The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
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: April 4, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Sandra Stump Crowned

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In Forestryey f ,,st Miss Clay County ;

Sandra Stump was crowned fo bato ntwirUng; Gail Wilkes

Work Surv Shows Y -i: Y. b'- Miss Clay County by Leanne doing a "I pantomime Wish I Could to the Shim-recording GCS Merchants

Ivey last year's winner at the
my Like Sister Kate." Her
By A. G. McCULLERS I payroll value and the total Mis sClay County Pageant held 'bright red. flapper, fringed Ready Auction I $

District Forester wholesale ,'alue'as 530700. in the auditorium of the Green I costume and her ability to sell Promotion Dollar

Florida Forest Service This figure represents the ex- Cove Junior high school last :her act made he ra popular

Approximately 73 per cent pense of logging and primary Saturday evening before an contestant with the audience. Twenty-seven Green Cove

of Clay County's total of 412- manufacturing where it is done audience of about 600 people. Gertrude Ethrdge did an out- business establishments will

100 acres is in forest lands. TheCounty's in. the county, and profits- standing interpretive dance to give away "auction dollars" tomorrow -
timberlands are im- most all of which stays in Clay The fifteen girls who com- the "Rebel Walk. Her costume in a cooperative merchandising -

portant in making forestry County. peted i nthe contest were: San- was black leotards and a man's promotion program

second only to tourism as the Also, an estimated 248 per- e t rx dra Underwood sponsored by I white shirt. Her original choreography that will be climaxed on Saturday -
state's prime income producer. sons in the county earn their excellent and the
Y the Central Service Station; was April 13, at an auction
Timber products of Florida livelihood directly from forestry Gail Wilkes. sponsored by uSb- freedom of movement she displayed -:and show featuring the television -

last year had a wholesale man- enterprises. indicates a really fine I performer. Mr.: Magic.
ufactured value of $500 million Pulpwood is the most impor- urban Gas: Sue McCormick talent. Sandra Stump present- Participating merchants will

Most of Clay County's tim- tant forest product. A total of sponsored by the Green Cove ed a dramatic reading which
s I I give patrons an "auction dollar -
berland are in valuable fast- 64-922 cords were harvestedlast 4 oIR, yw' Springs Elks Club; Donna she had written with style en- for every doll ar spent
growing pinelands approxi- year'1th a value to the Gales sponsored by Cotney I titled "T.V. Satire." from tomorrow until April 13.

mately 20 per cent of which 1 county of $1.3 million. Some Tire Company; Diana Pearson, Followin gthe talent portionof with a limit of $100 so that
have been planted since 1928. 157 persons are engaged in this sponsored by Huntley Brothers -
the program each girl was everyone may have an equal
For forest fire protection, industry. ; Carroll Swanson. sponsored presented wearing an evening opportunity to bid on the many
the Florida Forest Service pro- The lumber industry of the the Clay County Sportsman's -
and eGr-
gown, Libby Claytor, valuable prizes to be offered at
vides employment for fourteen Southeast and in some other Club; Libby Claytor, trude Ethridge Gal IWilkes the auction.
people and has a payroll of sections of the nation is hav- sponsored by the Orange Park Sandra Stump and Donna
ing difficult times. One reason Prizes to be offered at the
$48.000 annually. In addition Donna Revels
Pharmacy; Revels were selected as the five
several for this is the influz of low auction are on display in the
of the larger forest sponsored by J. Slater Smith finalists.As .
ownerships employ people who priced lumber from Canada. In Pictured above are the winners of the Stump Miss Clay County and Gail Wilkes, Insurance Agency; Jean Rivers window next to he Clay Thea-
Miss Clay County pageant. They are left to second the trophies were pre-
spend a portion of their timein spite of this the wholesale valueof runnerup.right sponsored by Chesser Mo- ter.On
'fire protection work. Clay County lumber last : LJjrsr Claytor, first runner-up; Sandra (Photo by Koza) tors; Sally Thompson spon- sented teh tension mounted. the day of the auction
For the, state as a whole the year amounted to. 273272. sored by W. D. Morris distrib- The contestants had April 13, an exciting and mys-
and the
Some 31 people work in this among themselves tifying magic show will be
average per acre cost of fire utor fo rMeadow Brook Farms;
protection is approximately industry. County Group Donna Powell, sponsored by Congeniality award was presented staged on the street in down-

.15e.: Crude gum production too Jean Jowers; Gertrude Eth- to Libby Claytor. The town Green Cove. The auctionfor

A recent forest survey in the has decreased in recent years ridge. sponsored by McGee's Originality award and the Tal- valuable merchandise prizes
due to market and labor Meet ent award went to Gail Wilkes. will be held the intermission
county revealed that the wholesale : problems Jarrard Welding Shop: Susa. nWicks. during -
value of forest products' yet last year Clay Coun- sponsored by Lions Club of The swim suit and evening and immediately following -
ty produced 3.340 barrels witha gown awards were won by the last act. The festivities -
last .year amounted to $1.769- On BaseA Green Cove Springs; Alice
Navy Sandra Stump. Gail Wilkes was
300),. This figure included a wholesale value of 90180. Turbeville sponsored by the begin at 3 o'clock.

stumpage of $611,565 and a Some 22 people work in this from Clay County. Orange Park Jaycees and San- chosen as second runnerupand I Many valuable prizes will be
group Libby Claytor was named
forestry payroll value of $627- industry. .wi dra Stump sponsored by Stan I offered for auction and bidding
consisting of some members of first runner-up. With loud acclaim -i
035. The difference betweenthe Other Clay County forest Ia dard Oil Co. will be done with "Auction
the County Commission and
Sandra Stump was
total of the and products and their value to
stumpage Dollars" that the people of this
Development Authority The judging was based on
were crowned Miss Clay County.In .
the county last were: poles
scheduled to have met Wednesday ; three categories: Talent, swim- trade area have accumulated
j an interview with Miss .
and pilings-$48,924; veneer with Wendell Jarrard I suit and evening gown. Serv- Stump THE CRESCENT asked during "Auction dollar days.
POTLIKKER BACK bolts-$20.633; cross arms- I tJ A1q Real cannot be used
chairman of the Florida Devel- N ing as Judges for the eveningwere her what her thoughts were as money
After absence of five $8,959; and fuel wood8892.
an and it costs nothing to partici
Miss of Pa-
opment Commission to discuss Mary Hurley the crown was placed on her
weeks. Potlikker returns to The primary answer to the E i
pate in this unique auction obtain -
disposition of the local naval latka Roland Pacetti directorof head. Her reply was "I didn't
problem of future wood needsis
THE CRESCENT this week. dy wonderful prizes-and
station. the Miss Palatka pageant
know whether to laugh or cry
After time off the better forest management.The .
so long a have loads of fun.
1959 state-wide The meeting wa sorganized and Bert Rosselle. wellknownTV and I was shaking all over but
stove this week's serving is pointed significantfacts survey I by Louis Huntley Orange Park i personality of Channel 12, all I could think of was my The big show will be head-
still not hot brew. up
a very By
a member of the commission. Jacksonville. Ken Barnett Mother because without her I lining the well-known televi-
in regards to wood
next week we hope to haveIt pro-
duction. For example farm and Huntley requested that mem- served as organist and Her- could never have done it." sion personality, Mr. Magic.
boiling again.Jacksonville. other small private ownerships bers of the City Commission-- 1 xi man Reed.was the pageant auditor Again this year David L. Tal- Mr. Magic along with "Grum
control 2/3rds- the forestlandyet 'attend the meeting but they and certified ballots. bott headed the Jaycee Com- py" and "Jimmy" the bunny

average annual growth per declined. The most challenging part mittee for the Pageant, as director rabbits a "Grace" and "Billy,"

Man acre on these lands ranges between City Manager Ben Zellner r-, ,of the evening fo rthe contest- and producer. Other the doves present their magic

13 and 14 cubic feet. By said members of the commis- ants was the talent division. members of the committeewere to delight the .chIldren and
Killed In CrashA
comparison the growth on pub- sion felt that nothing could be There were many fine perform- John McKinley. George amaze the adults. This showof

Jacksonville man was lic lands is 17 cubic feet per accomplished at this time. Zell 5 ances but the Judges felt, perhaps Wyman Dan Mclnerney Ed mirth, mystery confusion

killed in Clay County Friday acre and on industrial land it ner pointed out that the city the best among them Taylor, George M. Ownes, Eu- and illusion will feature the
had extended an invitation to were the five finalists who gene Kirker Frank Schiele. "dangerous ropes through theneck"
night whe nthe auotmobile he is 22 cubic feet per acre.
was driving crashed into a Tree growth on 75 per cent Jarrard to meet with them fora Sandra Stump Miss Clay County is shown above as she were: Libby Claytor singing Jr., Frank Farrington Jack and the "dread Gulotine" -

bridge near Middleburg at a of the forestland in Floridacan mutual discussio nof'the fa- presented her talent act. She gave a dramatic reading which "Buttons and Bows"; Donna Saam William Wilkes, C. L. with some of Mr. Magic'sown

speed esimated by investigation be increased with good cility. she had written entitled "TV Satire." (Photo by Koza) Revels with a fine exhibition Geiger. creations..
Both the state ana city u nave This Dig extravaganza is L Deing -
officers of 75 miles per hour. management practices. On some
oatt The victime was identi- land growth can be increased submitted bids fo rthe base CLAY ELECTRIC'S ANNUAL sponsored by the retail
which was closed last June 30. MEET DRAWS CROWD Park LaudedIn merchants (Chamber of Commerce -
fied as Henry Taratus 60. of three times what it is today! Orange Progress
In organizing the conference. to show their appreciation -
2973 Edison avenue. A missing Clay County has thousandsof Some 2.700 Clay Electric
Huntley said he was seeking to to the people of this: trade
persons report had been acres of non-stocked and members and their families

filed with Jacksonville police poorly stocked forestland. If determine if there was some from all parts of North Central Dedication Of Post OfficeAustin area.Many
to arrive at mutual solu-
by his family shortly before these lands were brought into way a Florida gathered at Keystone outstanding shopper'sbargains
tion for disposition of the base
the accident occurred around full timber production the im- Heights March 28 for the 25th will be offered during -
in the best interest of all citi-
8:30: pjn., officers said pact on the local economy Anniversary of the Cooperative. "Auction Dollar Days" and
zens of the county. shoppers are urged to shop at
The victim was traveling would be impressive. .
south on State Road 21 and FORESTRY NEEDSIf "Both the city and state are In the race for trustees. In- home and take advantage f

crashed into a bridge about Florida and Clay Countyare working toward the same goalto cumbent T. L. Drake of Flora- this big sales event. Look for

4U miles north of Middleburg. to continue to play a significant obtain another use for the home won out o'erVayne G. the identifying poster and be
facility." he said. With this in ,
Justice of the Peace Dean role in supplying wood Watkins of Putnam Hall 592 n sure to ask for your "Auction
Jackson pronounced him dead for the nation's needs then four mind I feel that both parties to 359 for the District 2 seat. dollars." Make plans for the

at the scene. The accident was major measures must be taken could work out something if Incumbent D. H. Dukes of entire family to attend this
they would sit down and talk
exciting event.Participating.
also invesctigated by Trooper Worthington Springs and
Ernest Jones. now.Fire protection is still neededon together. Claude Brandon of Alachuawere business establishments -

about 2 million acres of re-elected without oppo- are: Bottom Dollar
LENTEN SERVICESSET forestland in the state. As muchas sition. Irvln's Department Store Mal-

FOR NEXT WEEKA one-third of this area bunrs IT'S FOR FREEIf While the members registeredand lard's Newman-Brown Hardware -

series of community Len- each year. Trees not killed out- anyone needs an old library voted on voting machines Williams Hardware TM-

ten services will be held in right often are the weakened building they can obtainone furnished by Clay County, en- bault's Bakery. Parkway Pharmacy -

Green Cove beginning next prey for insect and disease ene- free from the Town of Or- tertainment was provided under Mayhugh's' Drugs *

Wednesday. They will be in mies. ange Park. the big tent which has become i Grace's Shop. Red & White

addition to regular services Tree planting is essential on The catch is that the library a symbol of Co-op meet- !; M, a Grocery, Van Ness Bu ek,

held by individual churches. nine million acres of Florida building must be moved to ings. The Rangers gospel trio Bradley Drug J. Slater Smith

The series will be climaxed by forestlands. This much acreageis make room for construction of from Charlotte N. C., providedthe Insurance Agency Harry's

an. Easter sunrise service in less than adequately stocked a new civic center. musical portion of the pro- dI -<. Men's Shop. Joy's. Brunson

Spring Park. with pine timber and further The Town Commission ad- gram and 4-H Club boys and Furniture Co., Setter's, A & P

At 7:30 o'clock next Wednes- more is not expected to re-stock vertised recently seeking to girls provided the members Food Store Winn-Dixie Store

day evening, services will be itself within! ten years. :More find someone who would move with information on such sub- ... Geiger's Store Hart Furnttare.

held at the First Presbyterian than one-half of this poorly the building without cost. But jects as proper lighting, ade- Tii 1T .z Fuller-ton's. J. P. Revels Ford

church for members of all stocked land has a cover of there were no takers at the quate wiring and meter read- Motorama. Inc.. Roberts Chen

churches in the area. The Rev. low value hardwoods and culls meeting last night. Another rolet. the Bank of Green Cave.
Richard' G. Johanson. pastorof which will have to be removed advertisement will be Inserted a lunch of fried chicken T. Drinkwater. right Orange Matthews at the formal dedication .f the Smart Set Dress Sfeep and

the church, will serve as before it can be planted. Clay the commission agreed.In the members gathered under Park postmaster is presented a flag for the facility Sunday. At left is Mayor Walter Odum ABC-TV.

host minister. The sermon will County is estimated to have other business, the commission the tent for a memorial new post office at Orange Park by Cong.. D. R. who served as master of ceremonies.

be preached by the Rev. Jim about 158.000 acres in need of agreed to strictly en- service for the originator and Picture courtesy of the Florida TimesUnionIn I VA EDUCATION
McCullough. pastor of the planting. force city and state ordinances charter Board members of the -
Orange Avenue Baptist Church. Forest management is need- against signs and billboards. Cooperative.The j formal ceremonies last! the Orange Park ICty Commis- High School Band, directed by i PROGRAM FOR

From 12:30: until 1:30 o'clockon ed on ?* of Florida's forest- This pledge was given at the Cooperative's engineering Sunday afternoon. the new sion. Employees of the Orange H. M. King and the Methodist WAR ORPHANSThe

next Friday Good' Friday lands. Growth can easily be request of the local woman's building was dedicated to Orange Park Post Office was Park Post Office were also Introduced Church Choir directed by peak of the Veterans
community services for mem- doubled and in some cases club supported by garden clubs A. G. "Pat" Loudon. longtimemanager to the audience of Barnes Sale. The Rev. Don Administration program gtwviding

bers of all area churches will tripled under proper manage- In the area. The commissionalso of Clay Electric. A dedicated. around 20 Opeople. Nichols of the Orange Park education and training

be'. conducted in St. Marys ment. Key to this improvementis agreed to construct 'a bulletin bronze plaque was presentedand Orange Park Mayor WalterG. I Cong. Matthews praised the Methodist hurch gave the invocation assistance to war orphans is

Episcopal Church. The Rev. for more of Florida's 93,000 board at the intersectionof attached to the building Odum. serving as master of spirit of cooperation betweenthe and Rev. Father Joseph expected to be reached this

Robert Sudlow. rector, will con- small woodland owners to seek U B. 17 and KIngsley avenue naming it in Mr. Loudon's hon- ,ceremonies introduced the Orange Park Town ommis- Corde of St. Mary's Cath- year, a long range VA survey
duct the services. out professional forestry assistance for posting public and civic sion. civic clubs and townspeople. olic Church gave the benediction showed this week.It .
or.The speakers. Congressman D. R.
The sunrise service sched- on their timber prob- notices. main speaker of the daY I. This cooperation he said .
uled for 6 o'clock Easter morning lems. Clay County has 365 of The commission approved Dr. Harry Philpott vicepresident Matthews and Percy Manley resulted in the Post Office being Congressman Matthews officiated 960 is estimated that nearly

is hoped to attract hun- these small woodland owners. plans for construction of a 16- of The University of Flor- I Postal Service Officer from Or- constructed at an earlier at the presentation of Florida children whose

dreds of members of all churches More forest research is es- unit apartment building at the ida, told the members and vis- lando. Mayor Odum also rec- date than had been anticipated the flag, which was raised bya veteran-parent died of a serv

in the area. The Rev. sential. Considerable progress intersection of Blake street and itors that we stand "locked in I ognized many of the distinguished : color guard of Explorer Boy ice-connected take advantage disability of this will VA
Gene M. Zimmerman pastorof has been made in recent yearsin UJS. Highway 17. to be con- competition" with the Soviet It was pointed out during the Scouts from Explorer Troop 24.
'the First Methodist Churchof. spite of the fact that n the structed by Marvin Wilhite Union and must give our young guests. including for- ceremony that while the build- After the ceremonies the Or- benefit during 1963.

Green Cove will officiate. field of forestry only one-fifth and Associates. The commis- people "the finest education ex- mer Governor Johns. Sheriff ing would be operated by the ange Park Lions, sponsors of The study revealed that the

The Rev. Philip Stough. a as much is spent on researchas sion also agreed to accept a perience" if we are to compete John Hall of Green Cove government the city wound the dedication invited everyone program is expected to drop

teacher in the Green Cove pub- is spent by all other indust- water system from Wilhite at successfully. Springs. State Representative derive property taxes from it to refreshments at the slowly from this peak until the

liCj shools* will preach the ser ries. Forest managers need to no cost which will serve a subdivision -; After the business meeting. Sa mSaunders. Clay County because it was constructed by Lions Club. Orange Park Postmaster year: 1985 when only a handful -

mon. know more about such things off Doctors Lake Dr. door prizes donated by appliance Tax Assessor Louise Smith Or- private industry and leased to Austin Drinkwater also of war orphans are expected -

Palm Sunday services this as direct seeding, fertilization, A special meeting was set dealers throughout the ange Park City Judge W. A. the government. conducted a tour of the new to be rarefied. B. J. GaBee .

week will be celebrated by individual insect and disease attacks and April 18 to study a revised I area and by the Cooperative Jansen. County Commissioner Musical entertainment was Post Office which has been In Officer In Charge;; VA Office.

services. many other subjects. zoning ordinance. were awarded. r ilff.HuntlfT. and members oi; furnished by the Orange Park; operation since February first Jacksonville said.
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Win At Gainesville Hill News Notes II
ottikkcr 4-Hers Clay

cma"( ( Emmttt (Orescent! ,,. -
by DUNCAN GRONERIf 0 I MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND I any striking personality in anyway '

it needed proof, the March !and the liaison officer and all learned last week that I but we really enjoyed

"I hold the maxim no less applicable to public 22 issue of Life Magazine proves our food and equipment. They We Babe Padgett is on the talking with her. She and this

1 than to private affairs, that honesty is always the we're all a little bit nutty. had been keeping It"safely "for tick Aunt list went to see about her. Jim of mine have known each

z Life (magazine) last week our retun journey incredibleas 'k other for years and years 1
v' bad seigeof
best policy.- .x learned she has had a
__ GEORGE WASHINGTON featured an article on a try at it may seem. They made any the flu. but is some better. Last week we built porches

climbing Mount Everest. The return trip almost an impossibility Also learned that Yougan is here at this house this car

made and the writingin by abandonning us and .. penter came through with all
try was :> trying to see what he can do 1 .
Wood Life was done by Woodrow then were still keeping every- kY him to kinds of bruises, cuts, scratches -
Dead fis with the flu. and it put
Wilson Sayre. thing for us."Meanwhile. bed. also'learned that O. J. is skinned places well she

cent of the County's total acreage lies in Back in my salad days the liaison officer sick so it looks like Susie has a looked like she had been In a

Seventy-three"an,per estimated 248 persons in the County earn in 1943, I think.. I was trans- sent a telegram notifying pretty good hospital started in fight with something-and hs
timberland ferred to the headquarters of his Government that we were Also learned that had, a wrecking bar. hammer
from forestry enterprises. their house.
their livelihood directly of Clay the North African division of lost. This was given to the wire ..... admitted and some rusty nails.
in was
the figures which stand out a survey '--...... Fannie' Manning
These are Command. 1'E We started this week right
district forester. Florida the Air Transport services and the publicity Baptist Hospitalin
to the
A. G. McCullers,
County forestry by arrival in Casa- to believe also. Monday morning another
of this issue of THE Soon after my started. We have reason Saturday night.
the front page Jacksonville
Forest Service, published on blanca. I was taken by an old that this was In fact sent to learn that porch was being torn out and

CRESCENT.The of the figures which has been shown in I. friend to the office to which I .out after he knew we were k Nellie Were Wilkinson pleased of Clay Hill worked over, Bessie started togo

significance 73 cent of our was assigned and introduced to down safely in order to cover of Lawteyare out to offer her help. madea
in earlier issues, is that per and David Eunice
THE CRESCENT Or the other officers with whomI his unauthorized withdrawalfrom g9 high dive off of the porch
population. health
something like one percent of our improving in ,
land employs would be working. I am usu- base camp. Anyway two bumped her head on something
cent) of our acreage, hospital yet.
Kota the
the bulk (73 per Photo by Gen both are in
to put it another way on ally too busy looking at peopleto days later as you know another captured cut a place in the hair line on
Team Jo
a single paycheck goes out for every 1214 acres. The Clay County <4-H< Land Judging We were pleased to see
their --When my that the right side blacked out.
and will be hear names. gram was sent we were Land Judging Contest church
is doubting that. forests are necessary honors in the recent State 4-H Nell Griffis back in
There no I emerged from that down '( said "res- first place Jim and Lillian aboutto
beau- friend and safely they 29th. The scared
forests are March
that new
will quarrel with the argument in Gainesville Florida Friday, Sunday. She brought
No held
so. one I had only one com- cued." which is just death knocked her glasses
County has a few office. newspa- from an over well.
teams all is
their Individual owners (and Clay competing with nineteen other baby with her,.so
ttfuL To local team,
ment to make. It was that one perism). When we reached oat of a off. and fixed things up just
645 points of Clay
of Bennett
profitable. took honors with a score Mr. and Mrs.
big ones), they are the state, top
of the young officers looked Mamche Bazaar we sent a tele- right Lillian performed some
timberland owners No-
largest corporate Hill, living on the Robert
the County's
720 ponts.
Among Wilson than pussible 1' head really
Woodrow requesting transportation. aid but the
like gram first
more land according
of real
nation. corpora- classification been
corporations of the is the system of lan property have
of the great Land judging
are some of President Wil- We asked for the regular hurts. Wonder what next she
interested in making profit on their operationsthan any the physical capabilities of the land. Soils differ sick with,flu but are improvedsome.
tions are more My friend heliocopter which is used to to to do, and get something -
tney are in the welfare of the people of Uay.I ?? .on I had ever seen. another. Because of these differences land capabilities will try
replied that there was nothing evacuate personnel. It came one organic else done? Tell you later
texture, Uncle
no one can blame them for this. differ. The judging factors are: surface Prow Strickland visited -

However, the.sorry fact for Clay Countians remains, that to strange about that, that the and who should be the navigator matter, thickness of soil, permeability, slope erosion and Jim Jk_ 4 ACW__ des y es .Im-.-. hd a
lieutenant to whom I referred but Norman Deyrenfurththe STATE LAWYERS NAME
the average retail business In the County, to the average family young drainage.' After classing the land, the boys then have to make long visit In a few minutes-or
Woodrow Wilson leader of this current attempt BARTOW ATTORNEWChesterfield
breadwinner, these vast tracts of land are not carrying their was recommendations as to vegetative, mechanical, and fertilization at least we all talked plenty fora
the President's grand on Mt. Everest. Need- H. Smith, Bar
own load. These tracts should be broken up by taxation. Three Sayre, practices. long visit In a few minutes.

hundred thousand acres of land would (or should) support a lot son.During less to say he was not exactly Ronald Scott, 4-H Club member from Orange Park Frow told us he had some fish tow lawyer has been named
of the next discover that the of the Florida
the course pleased president-elect
In turn, would support a lot in the state contest would have to
of cabbage or potato farmers who High School was the high individual scorer for us, but we
Sayre and title M First Expedition to Ev- Elected without opposi
the County which are today year or so, Woody out of a possible 240. it looked Bar.
of retail establishments within Ronald scored a total of 225 points come and get them
named Dan American) longer Smith will take office during
officer erest ( was no tion.
marginal operations because 73 per cent of our land employs another The team score of 645 points is the highest ever scored in a like he wouldn't be able to return -
Resneck and I became inseper- properly his.Anvwav the forthcoming conventionof
-less than two per cent of our population. state Land" .Tnrirtnr Contest. and bring them so a few
------ --
able friends. three of flew out The Florida Bar in Miami
us at theforthcomiDC'
Florida that
The Clay County Team will represent days later we did very
I| Woody was crazy; he de- to Kathmandu and were check- 12th annual International Land Judging Contest thing, ran out to the Lake to Beach May 1-5 together with

';spised the combination of aoape,:'d over in toe nospiuu. wihe 1 and and the incoming president. Del.
will be held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on May see him-and got the fish-
Another Umbrella and water and his idea of treat-1;: weakest but except for i that Florida As. bridge L. Gibbs. of Jackson
the visit in a
The expense paid trip is being sponsored by had another long
ing a top-secret document was cracked rib and general 12. I ville. Smith will serve as presi
exhaustion Florida As- Beth
sponsored by minutes even
is ,
paid trip being few
The very
"Many Americans must feel both confused and frustratedby to leave it on his desk, coveredby I I there was nothing 2.Tampa expense, and Dolomite Products, Division of Dixie Lime and was in on this visit.'We all en- dent-elect forear before

what the (Kennedy) administration a GI sweater so dirty no wrong with me nor indeed with Assistant succeeding to the presidency in
the difference between Stone Co. Pictured are, L to r.: George M. Owens joyed the short few minuteswe

says about Castor's Cuba and what it does." one would have dared pick it any of us. The embassy was in Clay County Agent, Gary Wise, Ronald Scott, Sam Mahoney, were there. 1984.

These words were written this week by Roscoe Drummond up.And a hurry to get us out of the and Eddie Taylor. Mrs. Winnie Griffis Naumanof .

in The Jacksonville Journal. Mr. Drummond is one of the emin- now. at the age of 43. country because of possible repercussions Griffis Loop Starke Fla. CARD OF THANKS

ently sound and conservative newspaper commentators in the (he says), he has tried to over the invasion was with us. She informed me We wish to ext i>4 our' heartfelt

United States today. His column is written for the New YorkHeraldTribune climb Everest. He is only a little of Tibet by American and she had attended especially to thanks to aU those whe

throughout the .better equipped than I to Swiss spies. helped In anyway daring the
and sent to leading newspapers see this reporter she reads my
try mountain climbing. He got MHC&Penney painful illness and recent -
"Now I am back teaching at in the Starke paper long,
nation.Mr.. Drummond 13, THE CRESCENT believes, entirely correct lost, the newspapers of the na- Tufts University. every week. I am satisfied she death of our beloved has

tion were full of his loss. He Woody Sayre should stick to FarmsMr. really disillusioned when band and father.

Someone should send John Fitzgerald Kennedy an umbrella.He was rescued and somehow, he teaching. There he knows the she was saw this humble person for Mrs. Eugene E. 8a p.,

is playing the same foolish game of international chess that got home to his wife and chil ground rules. As an Intellectual, she sure did not see a ravine Pauline Wlngo

Neville Chamberlain played. Mr. Chamberlain's Idiocy produced dren. the only brother of Frank and Mrs. E. C. Lena nave i mortal Home Community en-. beauty .a brilliant person or_ Pansy_ Faust

World War n. It took Winston Churchill to pick up the pieces. On his return to civilization Sayre, dean of the Episcopal their daughter, Emily Dale urla.1ned. a. group of elevei .- -

During the Presidential campaign Mr. Kennedy repeatedly Woody wrote me that "We had Cathedral in Washington, he Lenz. daughter of their son, imc In honor of her

stated that he favored more stringent measures against The some bad falls and the retreat won't be lost. Robert Lenz of Joliet HI., for a guest. Miss Effie Mullins of

Bearded One than President Eisenhower had ever displayed.As was a little bit of Hell. How- It is easy enough to get lost ,visit of a few days. Emily is em Iowa City, last week Guests included :- IN MEMORIAL

__.I between___n___ Kennedy and____ Nixon_ -- -__, there wasn't much to ever we made it to our little if you don't know your territory I]ployed by Sears Roebuck and Mrs. Emma Nymeyer,

choose from. Nixon was a seasoned politician. Kennedy, the pass. There we jettisonned all ; and for that I speak as I Company in Chicago, where her Mrs. Gertrude Parry Mrs. Ka-

son of one of the nation's most cynical and, as a result of his but one day's food supply in 11 1 the voice of experience. 1 father worked for many years ren Riser, Mrs. Olive Bay, Mrs. In the evening came a summonsAs

cynicism, rishest politicos was reared In the school of dog-eat- order to travel faster. Crevasses until he retired in 1948. Mr. Mary Storey. Mrs. Elizabeth the sun was sinking low, ,

dog and compromise. Kennedy cannot be damned for his fa- had opened however and and Mrs. Lenz have been residents Shaffer, Miss Elizabeth Nichols And a voice that only' whispered

it took us two extra days tog Memorial Home Miss Edna Beyrer Miss
ther. However he comes by his wheeling-and-dealing honestly. of the Swift arrow: from a bow.
reach base so we were Alberta Black Miss Clara Maud as
the Cuban camp for 14 years and
From the moment of :Mr. Kennedy'smauguration. CASH BONUS!! Community
The of in pretty hungry. There, however.* this time their daughterhas :Syvret. and Mrs. Ann Sutton.
situation has been one of compromise. Bay Pigs was, is offerIng during
instead of food and help we' THE CRESCENT to her On Sunday morning Mr. and "Come higher ever higher,
13 visits par-
essence, an action in which the United States of America soughtto Bondto made up ,
nothing at alL No equip- a $50 U. S. Savings Echels had brunch for
senior at Illinois Mrs. a white and strong
gain international prestige without assuming any responsibility. each of the first five individuals ents. Barbara, a On'your pinions
ment food no sherpas. no Miss Mulllns. Those included -
It was, in short a thingamaglg that was without honor. It I no or organizations Wesleyan drove over to present From the bed where you have suffered
nothing. There was one stick The Rev. and Mrs. R. R.
was a deal. At least Eisenhower, who could not speak English the University of Florida at "
the County who for long.
it in effect throughout Lain and suffered so
with a note on saying I and completed arrangements Gregory The Rev. and Mrs.
had the guts to admit that the United States was engaged in 20 subscriptions Gainesville
minimum of
sell -
So Solly Sahibs, weather a Bennett Curtis The Rev. and
: ,
her postgraduate
espionage flights (Francis Gary Powers) over the Soviet Union. THE CRES- for
bad have left. Since it was still : to next falL She Mrs. Thomas S. Cleaver and is offered said the Master
The Soviet build-up in Cuba got to be a deal. Now the United in cash to studies there "Rest ,
three day hike to the : CENT and $100 A. Seldon Bar-
two or Mr. and Mrs.
a "
States Is looking, with a disapproving eye on refugee attacks on the or organization will return to Gainesville in "In my garden fair and wide, ,
first occupied village we were person rows. After brunch they all.attended -
Cuba.There then in serious trouble. You : which sells the largest num- August. the worship service at Arid he touched and eased the suffering .

are revolutions a-brewing in Argentina, Guatamala 1 need 4500 calories a day at that ber of subscriptions during the Lakeside Presbyterian Of mother by my side.
anti-Yankee demonstrations in Brazil. And still this young Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ekemaof
of Twentyor
altitude and with that kind of the month April. Church in Jacksonville.The .
man in the White House who looks more like Eleanor Roosevelt Kalamazoo, Mich., spent the
If don't get them more may
than any of her own children Is looking for a "deal." On Wed- run down you just like a furn- be turned In to THE CRES- week end at the Memorial She has gone from earth to heaven

nesday afternoon at his press conference, Mr. Kennedy said you without oil CENT office at any time. If .Home Community and atended Rev. Frank Gracey is Where my loved one lives today,

laughingly that-Khrushchev probably had his bad moments like ace individual I worship service in the Penney confined at the Clay Memorial
"Anyway we put on a crash any or group And I am bowed in sorrow
every one else. Memorial Church on March Hospital,Green Cove Springs
and just simply kept gives THE no- <
This is a perceptive view of an explosive situation. program going doggedly on until two of tice that it has 20 or more 24. They were on their way for a general checkup.The As on earth I have to stay.

us reached a hut and sent back subscriptions a photographer north after spending the winter

I \help for the others. We fed and i I will be on hand to receive farther south In Florida.Mr. Rev. S. R. Schleb under- But there'll be a glad awakening -

FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSBy rested! and three days later returned -\I I II them. Subscriptions went surgery at the Clay Me- When the summons came my way, :

to near Namche Bazaar I are $4 a year, payable in ad- and Mrs. Clinton Lawryof morial Hospital and is reported And my mother's there ,to greet mIn
TY TABBY guests like we never have before! where we found our sherpas vance. Friendship. Me., friends of getting along: nicely. that land of endless day.

President. State Junior Chamberof I By greeting assisting presenting I Mrs. Crosby spent the day at

Commerce decals indicating the visitor is an Memorial Home Community on

The' Florida Junior Chamber of honorary citizen -make in short going tourists I FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS I March, 28. THE REV. GERRIT KOYKER In that land of endless beautyWe
out of our way to our I Services for the Rev. Gerrit'

Commerce is a young man's civic glad they are with us and I By ROBERT H. FTTE Praddeat nation. After expenses there re- resident' will all be happy there, -

organization." Jaycee chapters are making them want to retain. Florida Power a Light CompanyTest mained an average of 42.2c take Mr. and Mrs. Rex Barger. Koyker. 91 years old a And forever through the ages

established in 117 towns and citiesin The theme of the campaign is home cash from each dollar, the youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. of Memorial Home Community All the glories we will share.
firings of long missiles
Florida' and collectively we a smiling orange quite fitting for range of orbital highest rate in the nation. G. J. P. Barger. with their son for the past 13 years,.were heldon
and launchings
active membership of our state, and we will be wearing and daughter. Jaq. .
have 12.
an from the pads at When freezing temperatures John. Sunday In the Penney Memorial *
along with many: other citizens: space flights Ohio visited The family will be re-united .
approximately salesmen Cape Canaveral keep the spotlight during the December cold snap 11. of Yellow Springs church. He died last
The Jaycees are honored by buttons indicating we are probably destroyed about 30 per and paternal there will reign
for Florida "with a smfle." of national interest focused on their parents Wednesday.A Joy and gladness *
the state as an
having cent of the citrus crop, higher their to
brilliance. on way .
ex-offido member of the Florida The Jaycees of Florida realize Florida with increasing prices for the remaining fruit will grandparents native of Overisal. Mich-, There will be no pain or sorrow

Council of 100. The guidance and I I that tourism is our cumber one The publicity is priceless wildest, tar largely offset it. I I Clearwater to visit their maternal Mr. Koyker was educated at So we won't have lived in vain.

leadership from the council has industry and that smiles friendship beyond a press agent's grandparents there. i
With the state's economy now Hope College and Western Theological -
been stimulating to our organization. and kindness are necessaryto dreams. and -
and increase tourist But a far greater !impact Is being largely supported by tourism Seminary in Michigan: mother Mr. Annie
maintain our Gervaise J P. Dedicated to darling ,
industry the loss in agricultural Dr. and Mrs. my
of For.Ida's ordained in 1900 and
In cooperation with the e: tuacul. trade. Additionally] these efforts felt in other phases if has had little noticeable are He was from this life May 25.1
income Rex
as any. Barger with their son. Pooser Watkins who departed /
: the Jaycees statewide have undertaken we feel, will create a better economic development that: year he was married to the .

a courtesy campaign atmosphere for all We win be businessmen and industrialists: effect the of visiting Orlando.Mr. former' Jean Oltmans. of Grand Lillian L. Watkins.
But despite importance
program for our tourist season. grateful to everyone who joins in eye with increasing interest the manufacturing and agriculture Rapids. Mich.
We will work under the direction this effort. multi-million dollar spending each E. Bohner
tourism is still Florida's biggest and Mrs. Ray In 1918 he was received into I
of two members of the council May we request further that new space project proposes. andit returned from a tour of
industry have
and most
important denomination
who are heading the cowrdramassive : young men contact a Jaycee chapter Satellite industries are springing training the Presbyterian
courtesy campaign. Theyare for membership.We up all over the state. Ge eraIElectric's also produces the biggest money professional baseball and served the First Presbyterian Special this Weekat r
14 million vis- the state.
Byron C. Sho ippe. presidentof believe: big research and devel- crop. Last year's camps throughout Church in Battle Creek

Southern Tours. Inc., St. Petersburg That faith in God gives: mean opment project for the Apollo tors spent more than TibuLon.. Mr. Bohner played professional Iowa. and later the First Presbyterian

who is chairman and Benjamin ing and purpose to human life; moon-shot space capsule is going This is why Florida's welcome baseball in the Nebraska State Church in Perry Iowa.

F. Oehlert. Jr.. vice president That the brotherhood ol man no ,near Daytona Beach. Aerojet- mat for the tourist- continues:: ,- to League in 1910-12. During visIts In 1925 the family for health !
of the Coca-Cola ;Company, transcends the sovereignty of nations General's site, acquired for future grow bigger and better than ever. to Tampa. St. Petersburg Florida where your
and president of Mir Maid ; expansion of solid propellant rocket In the last 12 months TOO minion and other Florida reasons moved to
Company. Orlando. %.ho is vice That economic:: Justice can best motors is south of Miami. At in new tourist facilities have been training Mr. Koyker organized a churchin

chairman. be won by free men through free Sarasota. on the lower west coast, added not including expenditures cities the Bohners saw Barron Collier's City of

Supervising the overall cam- enterprise; Electro-Mechanical Research won of many more millions for improved play by the following teams: Everglades. Later he served a -, .

paign is Fred Dickinson Jr., That government should be cf new NASA related contracts.:: highways parks and pub- the New York Yankees the church in Boynton Florida.In .' MABTZL .,

West Palm Beach chairman of laws rather than of men; Electronics Is perhaps the fastest lie facilities. Washington Senators New? 1930 he was called to the ,

the counciL I That earth's great treasure ties growing industry in the state.It Tropical sunshine on the beachesby York Mets St. Louis. Pitts "

In all Jaycee towns and cities in human personality and wen established before the day. moonlight on the palm Kansas City. Milwaukee Presbyterian Community
was burgh. ,.
: ; the Jaycees are consciously plan-,! That service to humanity is space age broadened its markets. !trees at night these are still the Detroit and the Minneapolis Church in Terry Montana. In ICE MILK .

Bins to welcome our oat<<-stat.e.. the best work of life. Estimates are that employment l magic ingredients Florida's'. appeal Several of the games 1934 he accepted a call from .

in this field mw exceeds 1ZOOO I They make the state a pow. Twins. in St. Petersburg.Two the First Presbyterian Churchin {J ,

'1 or an increase:: of 17 per cent in a [I erfol magnet for tourists. were played Interesting GreybulL Wyoming where ] tj GAI 49 :
THURSDAYBY Pushing ahead on a record of the V2
1 single year.Manufacturers. I after serving them for seven
1962 for Mrs. Bohner.
: looking for breaking expansion program. places years he retired. Rev. Koyker
are naturally: saw a 300.000)( kilowatt unit placedin were Chalet Suzanne near Lake
space-age projects served supply pastor for
prompted to consider a Florida location. operation at our Riviera plant Wales and the Jungle Gardensat ChurchIn I
Green COT Springs. Florid business in June and a second similar unit Mrs. the First Presbyterian April f.
That's where the Sarasota. At Bradenton. until they Prices In This Ad Are Good TbrnIh.Saluda". ,-
for operation in Billings Montana. ,
Phone 284-3166 is." observed one news ser being readied Bohner met Mrs. Grace Scott.
1963. called a permanent pastor. For
April friend whom she :
'. vice.Other Everglades two 425,000 a school girl while living in trta4t
favor a Florida At Port several years, .. Ywrlreaats comp -
factors This
:"F :' NATIONAL EDITORIAL site. boa Skilled labor and kilowatt units are under construction : bad not seen for 50 years. Billings he was on the facultyof Jl STAMPS
plant PLAID
recruitedThe : one for 1961 operation the was a real thrill. College.1! .
: S C 1tb technicians are easily Intermountain
: +lIA t ideal Irving conditions and a other for 1965.A taught several subjects and'' M fry *.A a..cv a1 MYM are '
wide variety of year-round out third 435.000 kilowatt unit was The Rev. R G. Kortelinar will I their Chaplain.

door recreation that help so much announced for construction at anew be the preacher at the Penney was i.
rate in the Capr Canaveral Be is survived by his! widow; |
,.' DUNCAN GRONEB .............................. President In recnutag a work force also plant 1965 I' Memorial Church at Penney .
make for more contented:: workers. area also for opera Farms at the 11 o'clock worship a daughter. Mrs. Eleanor Bri- t

Entered M second Clan U&tUr. July U, b. Poit Oflic,, Labor is more cooperative and tion. Sunday. denstlne of Missoula Mont: a
Green COT Spring. Florida under th. Act of starch a.. 1 *7.8ce is relatively These four units total 1.575.000) service on of Sausilato Calif. '
... CU*. y..tac. Paid at Greta Cr aerial Fla.at:8SCRIPr10N man-boor production kilowatts to be added h) a three IOn. and 115 N. Orange An. Green Can Springs..flft'-,....
high. Eckels of Jacksonville three grandchildren eight .
period 850,000( kilowatts to Mrs. Clyde I
KATES In 1961 cash farm crops totaled year ,
Oat Year-in advance ..._ .. $LO t JI" it L'E 1Si alap4 formerly ol the Me- great >


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I ,REPORTER' ELIZABETH: GRONER 284-3166 ; r' (ire en Colre! CtU g:

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More than 100 Green Coveyoungsters'
Eugene Francis finance officer Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moody.Jr. and Mrs. Edwin Gustafson. Asa

BOB BKEWSTIK of the Clay County School between the ages .. announce the brth of a former winner of the Miss
of 8 and 12 have been bid on
: o.ur. s4M.r, system will speak to parents .&y daughter. Cheryl Lynn March Clay County pageant she attended -
3t.n.rf O.d1.rl, by the City's six little league
and teachers at the regular
29th at Fort Benning. Georgia. this year's pageant en
I: I BASSTNG" FOB TROUT meeting of the Green Cove teams according to Rufus The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 10 ozs. Saturday evening. She return
y I Trout fishermen can borrow at Tucker president of the Green
4i PTSA on Monday evening % ed to Miami the early part of
a chapter from bass angling; 8 o'clock in the High School Cove Little League.By .
i this week to resume her duties
if for
techniques they're looking Cafetorium. Mr. Francis will next week, each of the Mr. Joel Padgett spent several -
large fish on opening day. a sa hostess with National
In fact the Mercury outboard discuss the annual budget as teams will be reduced to 15 days last week as the guestof Airlines.Mr. .

flshlnjr experts say It might set up by the Clay County ; sk his mother. Mrs. Alice Pad-

i be wise to go all the way School Board. boys.The following have been gett.
borrow bass tackle: and lores, and Mrs. J. W .Fu iisrtoa
1 I I as tvelL The Nominating Committeeof r Y 'ba ,.... preliminarily chosen:
had double birthday celebration
I Cold water temperatures the PISA will present a The team sponsored by J. P. Mrs. Hervey Robinson has
found in call for spent a few days in Bradenonlast at their home in Penney
early spring slate of officers for the coming Hall: John Stone. Charles
a change in the fishing tactics xr i week with guests from Farms last Sunday with their
usually associated with trout. year. Owens B. Portler. David Koza family.
Marion Va.
Until the water reaches the 50-, Parents of High School students Don Knowles, Ricky Robinson. ;

degree level little insect activity are reminded to attend Reggie Heath. Francis Harris.
will occur. this meeting. Steven Knowles John Gillian. Mrs. Charlotte Wittke of Mrs. Rudy Crockett has beena
Trout too are inactive fn recently in the St.
Lt. Randell E. Powell the cold, and even the choicest a9rr Scott Smith. Floyd Dameron, Racine. Wisconsin left last hospital

of foods fail to move them far. ,, .rt't" Steven Givens. Clarence People Friday after spending a few Augustine
Randell E PRowell of Green :If the water is high and murkythe RICHARD ALBUN GATES Larry Atkins. Art,Shem- weeks as the guest of her

Cove Springs was recently problem Is compounded. ; daughter. Mrs. Gladys Philips I
well. Mickey Campbell, Mike
graduated from Officer Train- In such situations casting or Services for Richard Albun #' rtr oiii KOZA
ing School at Lackland AFB. spinning gear rigged with deep Gates owner and operator of Hardy. Don Gillian, David Ed-

and commissioned running bass plugs can save the Gates General Store on High- era: t..t ;.. holm. Mike Hoggart Mis sBonnie Bryan daughter -
Texas was
day. Any style that resemblesa r The team sponsored by Cha- The Hilltop Photo Studio
a second lieutenant in the I minnow and will burrow right way 17 south of Green Cove of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bryan -

United States Air Force. down on bottom is acceptable. were held last Friday at Shiloh ney's Cafe: Brian Wright, Clinton is a patient in St. Vincent's We will cover your
I Fish this outfit downstream Baptist Church. r Miller Fred Linsley. Allen Hospital where she is recovering -
Lieutenant Rowell is the son standing directly above hole* Thomas Jim Bovine Bob Martin Photographic needs for
j I Mr. Gates, a native of Lon- from injuries suffered in
t of Mr.: and Mrs. James H. where trout w111'be lying. Let i iI don and a resident of Clay Dennis Wright. Mike Mitchell an accident last Friday night. Portraits, Weddings Chunk
the lure sink to the bottom and
Rowell. He was graduated from I Ewart Miller. Cecil Buck-
Retrieve County for the past seven years,
drift into the hole. an Social and FraternalAnd
Clay High School and Florda inch at a time if the current Is died suddenly at his home on They admit they are as corny as Kansas in June but the halter. Ronnie Thomas Joey, Capt. and Mrs. Eldon C.
State University. He was selected -I to work the lure. theirsongs Mile Sloan. Aaron Mil All Other OccasionsFor
hit with Horton.
strong enough March 27. He emigrated to Rev. and Mrs. Gene Zimmerman are always a Swanson are the parents of a
for this training course t If the water is still occasionally the United States more than 30 and music (?) at gatheringsuch as the Clay County ler. John Kenneth fourth son Robert Mark who Call
twitch the
offering. Appointment
through competitive examinations Gene Zoza Cities Service: Kevin Morley
and to movingto beauty pageant held Saturday night. Photographer
Just man the midsummerbass years ago prior was born last week at the
with other college gradu-
I fishing say the Mercury Clay County he had livedin caught the couple during one of their numbers and nobody Eddie Knowles. Mike Williams NAS hospital. The boy. who GENE KOZA

i ates.He people-fisher deep and slow. Indiana.He I can say the reverend hasn't got his heart in his music. Virgil Mullis. Ray Sapp. Vernon weighed eight pounds three --
has been assigned to Or- The secret of this style of leaves his widow. Mrs. (Photo by Koza)) Wills u Danny Clark. Chas. 284-9268 ,
ounces at birth is the Swan-
fishing is to get the plug
lando AFB. Fla., as a supply rightin Bailey Kermit Hayes Jack
front of the fish's nose. It Dorothy Gates and a 13yearold .. sons' seventh child.
officer. takes plenty of patience and a son David of the home. VAUDEVILLE SHOW KEYSTONE COUNTRY Geiger Chris Morley Ronnie Miss Gail Gustafson has GREEN COVE SPRINGS'

few snagged lures. But these Burial was in Shiloh cemetery. AT BRADFORD HIGH CLUB Willis. Steve Cooley. D. Parrish been Mr.
CHURCH NOTICE warm water techniques are gua- On Sunday. March 31. a Ed Faircloth. Randall Pulliam. visiting her parents.

I ranteed brisk to lift the chill from a The members.and officers of Mixed Best-Ball Tournamentwas Terry Kelly Mike Kubeck
spring day.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I JONES McFARLANDMiss the Keystone Heights Wom held at the Keystone Mike Pulliam Joe Foster

SOCIETY I Jeannette McFarland of an's Club are grateful to the Heights Country Club. In the Standard Oil: Marc Geiger. I'VE MOVED!

REPORT OF Illinois and Donald cast of the Old Time Vaude- first flight there was a tie for Mike Knight D. Demay. David:
Cor. E. Houston St. A Wilmette. ville Show which wa given on between Pigue. Woody Mulford Max
CLAY COUNTYTB best score Lindsay
Jones. BT1 U. S. Navy son of
Magnolia Are ASSOCIATIONThe Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Jones Saturday evening at the Brad-. Walkera nd Eileen Lee and Wilson Randy Masters Thomas -I RALPH F. MILBERGER
ford High School Auditorium.The Doris and Wally Atterbury. Willam Snipes.
united in
FLORIDA Clay County Tuberculosis were on club thanks those who attended Muhlhofer. The couples each Tony Snipes. Ricky Delp Ron-! REFRIGERATION
Friday. March 29 at the homeof
Association held its annual the and is sorry for those had a score of 33 net. In the nie Delp, Tim Murphy. Gary I and
the parents in
Services held Sundayat grooms who missed it. Bob ,
Highsmith, John Sabotta.
Lois Olson and "
second "
meeting recently at the homeof flight
of few friends and
11 a.m. presence a AIR CONDITIONING
All proceeds will go to the Berth Craig Brooker Scott ,
Col. John Beidler won with a
Ralph Milberger. president.At relatives. The single ring cere- I
Building Fund. I Lancaster Don Fullerton. Herbert SERVICE
A cordial invitation is extended net score of 29.
by the I
this meeting it mony was performed I
was an-
Our town should be proudof Snipes
to attend our services. There was a surplus of men.
nounced that the Clay County grooms father. all the latent talent we men's The Coca-Cola Bottling Co.: AUTHORIZED "FEDDER
so a separate was
The bride is native of Nice
I Association be incorporatedin a ,
have around. For instance. Pianist Ricky Pringle Wayne Miles
organized and low net winner SALES and SERVICE
France and chose ,combed -
the Tuberculosis and Res- a pure Janet Lamm: Magician. Jack Jerry Lon .
Coon. Coon
was Ed Dwyer Jr.. with a score .
: silk dress of blue floral de-
CLAY THEATRE piratory Diseases Associationof Impersonator. Ventriloquist & of 25 Custer. Jack Bush James Pad- Grace & Ferris Street Green Cove Sprints
sign. She wore a corsage of ,
Northeast Florida the first
Ceremonies Joe Dau-
gett. Mickey Downing. Danny
1 the ladies'
On Monday April -
E'' non-profit association to be white orchids. (next to bus station)
rer; Dancers Gena Massa Harper. Glen Jones Wayne
held 18-
Mon. thru Fri. show only organization an
one the cake
incorporated as an area group ceremony
Rosemary Daurer. Mary La- Fred Ellis Don
hole tournament. Eileen Lee I Home Phone: 284-9780 Business rhone: 284-9431
Box office 7:15 in the state. Mrs. Dorothy Mil- and coffee were served and the
opens p.m.L Rue. Dr. Sara Lou Wells and was the winner with 43-43 or Moore Wayne Denmark Dub
berger was elected as secretaryof ,couple left in a shower of'rice ----
L Feature Begins 7:45 p.m. i her friend Dr. Bob Vinson of an 86 total olw gross. Stern Lynn oy. Billy Rivers
for their home Rd.
this group for the coming on Mayport
j Vero Beach; Marimba Player The Ladies'.Team Play tour- Hank Jolley Keith BakerJ.
Sat.-Snn., 2 continuous at Atlantic Beach.
p.m. year. Gil Allen of Melrose; Soprano nament was tied between two P. Revels: James Corbin.

Phone 284-6711 It was also reported that the Nancy Hendry; Tenor Floyd teams. The play-off was last Ricky Koza Bobby Hawkins, Hear programs of t

Christmas seal campaign in MOODYRICHARDSMr. Baker; Torch-Singer Mary La- week with the result that they John Spearman, Mike Dickerson. -
Thurs.. Fri. & Sat. Clay County reported a totalof I Rue; Musician and Singer were still tied. Nine hole Cliff Temple Bob Hollo- .. ,-v:FINE '# .

April 4.56 1496.86 which is well above and Mrs. Chester. E. I George Massa; Drummer Tom matches will be played to decide well. Mike Turner. Jim Jones ,. RECORDED. .1 : .4 :

THE RAVEN last year. Moody of Keystone Heights Garnar; and two of the funniest the winners. Danny Dickerson Aubrey Batten : Q ;

announce the marriage of their clowns who don't care David Lansing. Marc Lansing '
Price PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS daughter Lynda Gayle. to if they don't look pretty-Sara RAINBOW SUNDAY Brian Morris. Ken Brad- ..

also Robert James Richards on Lou Wells and Rosemary Dau- ley A, v :
TARZAN THE APE MAN '..ennontTe.. March 3. 1963. In Miami Okla. Rainbow Sunday will be observed .---r ,-r'' ........,, '. """

The bride is a graduate of rer.A most entertaining show on Sunday. April 7. DAILY
Green Core
Sun.. Mon. & Tues. Springs Bradford County High School was brought to a close with 1963, by Green Cove Springs REPORT OF VETERAN

April 7. 8.& 9 and attended the University of the singing of "Dixie." led by Assembly No. 77 at a church FUNDS SPENT IN
You hare a service held at the Orange Avenue -
TilE LION Florida. She was an employeeof Mary LaRue. "Mitch Miller" CLAY COUNTY ONWAYR550
Special Invitation the Keystone Gas Co. priorto Baptist Church in Green
(George Massa) was also on
William Holden to attend her marriage.The hand. Cove Springs at 7:30 o'clock. James T. Norton Veteran

Church and Sunday School bridegrom Is a son of Publicity Chairman Helen Rainbow Sunday is observedin Service Officer for Clay Coun-
Wed. 8 Thurs. -Apr. 10 & 11 notified by
all Rainbow Assemblieseach y. was recently
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richards of Egan and Ticket Salesman
LONG HOT SUMMER Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Jacksonville and a graduate of Margaret LeBlanc are gratefulto year o nthe Sunday near- Melvin T. Dixon Sate Service

Paul Newman Preaching 11:00 a.m. Andrew Jackson High School Mary K. Schaeffer who est the anniversary of the beginning Officer of the Florida Department -
I Sunday Nile Serv. 7:00 p.m. of Order of Rainbowfor of Veterans Affairs that
and of Northeast Oklahoma
and made posters and put reminders -
I Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. Junior Girls. 13372.25 was distributed to
College at Okla.
Miami in the newspapers. They
REAR WINDOW 1- Pastor. Rer. J. C- :Maynor Each Rainbow girl and Ad- veterans in Clay County from
He Is
now a junior at Northeast
also thank :Mr. Gene Matthews
James Stewart Phone-EV 9-3830 i visory Board Members are expected July 1. 1962 through March '
i Missouri State Teachers College -:for giving so much space for GREEN COVE CURB MARKETOPen r
in to attend this service. 31. 1962.
where and
..... free advertising photos.
ne- is- majoring in sociology.:: He They thank the Community 1 7 aan. TIL 10 p.m. TIIRU SAT.

1 is a member of the K-Club State Bank of Starke for their ; OPEN SUNDAY 12:30 p.m. 'TIL 6:30 p.m.

Sigma Tau Gamma.Fraternity, advertisement.Mrs. YOUR INVITATION FRESH

and the Phi Theta Kappa an LeBlanc herself had announcements 2'-

FREE FREE FREEWILL I honorary scholarship frater- on the radio and I BREAD 25t

nity.After I TV stations with good recep- To A

a wedding trip to tion in this area and arranged 46 OZ. CANSORANGE

Kansas and Iowa the Richards for the display of all 99

are at home In Housing :Apt. posters. She thanks the high Personal c JUICE :

GIVE 6 MONTHS RENTGREEN H-2. N.M.S.T.C.. Kirksville. Mo. school girls who sold tickets on
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party at the VIA Womans Club I The Founders Circle of the GREEN BEANS

on April 19 at 7:30 pjn. sponsored -. Green Cove Springs Garden IX SPRING FAHIOXSCHARMINGLY :r
by the officers of the Club will have a RummageSale GA. RED 303 SIZE CANS

club. Tickets are 50c and cane on the Patio of the VIA -f TOMATOES 8 mss 99c

bought from any member Bunding starting at 8 aon. on

of the club. April 6. xj .-, '
(Corner Walnut and Magnolia) .* 89
1 lb. bays

FREE RENTincludes (Sally's Bait A Tackle of Oraniedale) Sir

Have opened a new store at SIRLOIN STEAKS 89?

Magnolia. Spring Marina SMOKED BY THE SLAB -' Me PER LB.

They can now serve yon on both aides of the river for all .'-... .'. BACON Mef"lb- vg.'fcIRISH : 89t

Your Fishing Needs at

Equipment. Store Fixtures and POTATOES 2 9Th"E

Apartment :Above Store (Iud Over Governors Creek Bridge JOY'S SHOP \ RIPENED

PICNIC AREA "The storeVhne TOMATOES 3 lb': 29ti

Soft Drinks Ice Cream Candy
Phone 281-3350 Quality Counts" RIGHTS
Highway 17 Green Cove Spring WE RESERVE QUANTITY F- '



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I] Events Of The Week I'JAYCEES FISHING RODEO'OPEN Newsy Notes From RAIDER TO ST.- AUGUSTINE BAND Orange :Park Socials I

I The Raider Band of Orange
W. E. Cherry Elementary PTA Orange Park High Senior Bar- April was the opening day I Park High School goes to St. Week-end guests of Mr. and with Mrs. Wallace's parents

Thursday.. April 4. at 7:30 beQue-Saturday, April 6. 12 of the Orange Park Fishing Bellair And Meadowbrook? I Augustine this Saturday to Mrs. SwaseyGray. of Plainfield Mr. end :Mrs. E. W.. Sprouse of

pjn. at the school to 8 pjn. at the school cafe- Rodeo sponsored by the Or- i compete in the District Band Ave. were Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Stowe Ave.
torium ange ,Park Area Jaycees. Reporter: LEE McGUIRE | day morning. Mrs. Grace Bro- I Contest.In Hanson of Portland. "Maine!
Civic Association zek will be the hostess. Anyone '
Doctors Inlet Drange Park High Boosters Daily official standings will Phone 261-6959 their first competition 'The Hansonsr neighbors of Mr. An overnight fishing trip to

Thursday. April 4. at 8 Donkey asketball Game- be posted during the contest As you drive through Bellair interested this club in more can contact informationon Mrs. last year he Raider Band was I Gray's parents,,have been vacationing :Matanzas Inlet was enjoyed by

p.m. at the Civic enter Saturday. April 6, at 8 pjn. which will end at midnight and Meadowbrook you're con- Lafair. 264-6427. The ladies judged superior in concert and I in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Card.

Orange Park Women's Club in Cotney Stadium May 31. 1963. Contest rules are vinced spring is here to stay. discuss cooking sewing child excellent in sight reading. their daughters Jo Dean and

f Fashion Show Thursday Orange Park Lions Zone Meeting listed below. Everyone is in their yards coaxing care and related subjects of interest They' hope to make a good Don Williams of Reed St. Is Carol Jean; Mr. and Mrs. Jake

1 April 4, at 10 am. at the Dinner and Dance'- 1. This contest is open to the a little more green from the to todays homemakers.MeadowbrookBellair showing again this year. wearing a supportive collar Lynch and Mike Noble; Mr.

Lions Club Saturday. April 6, at 4 pjn. public and an entry fee of 50c plants and lawns. Some of us Volun- Last Sunday the band pro- after sustaining a: ,whiplashneck and Mrs. Jim Reid and daughter -

at the Lions Club Is required. know what we are doing the Department has just vided music at the dedicationof injury in an,autp. accidentlast Sherry Halford; Denver
I teer Fire
I Raider Baseball Opening Game Orange Park High Basketball 2. Entries will be judged by rest of us are learning fast. completed their membershipdrive. the new Orange Park Post week. Glenn and Wanda Howell.

Friday.. April. at 4 pan.the at Awards Dinner Monday, weight. (Yours truly is in the latter Fire Chief Mr. "Les" Les- Office. They have again been ... I They spent Saturday night at

Murray Hill Park vs. April 8, at 7 pjn. at the 3. Personnel who enter the category!!) I ier reports response to the drive Invited to participate in the Mrs. Lee N. Duncan.'"President a nearby motel and the men
Lee Hgh JV'sRaider of the Jacksonville.Alumnae did the fishing while the ladies -
Lions Club contest and move from the local Another sign of springGirlScout was excellent. St.. Augustine Easter Festivalon
I Troop No. 474. under the April 15. Chapter of Zeta Tau Al- soaked up a lot of sun
Baseball Game-Satur- ,Orange Par kMasonic Lodge area are required to leave This writer hopes you all

day. April 6, at 2 p.m. at I No. 267-Monday, April 8, at mailing address wit ha mem- direction of co-leaders Mrs. have learned a little more of As a sort of dress rehearsalof pha Sorority, accompaniedother on the beach.

Wesconnftt all Park vs. St. 8 pjn. at the Masonic Hall ber of the Fishing Contest Alta Parker and Mrs. Sammyl your community or perhaps become their contest program the local dignitaries of the

Augustine Committee. Valentine enjoyed a nature a little more interested in Raider 'Band performed at the sorority to Gainesville last Home last week for their
Park Civitans-Tues-
Orange study hike April 1. They observed Orange and White football Saturday for Zeta Tau Alpha spring vacation from Duke
I after reading
day. April 9, at 7 pjn. atCharlie's 4. Any violation ,of the Florida your community
and learned about dif- game at Cotney Stadium last State, Day. Hostesses were University'were Cinda court-
i Restaurant State Fishing Laws will disqualify this column. If you any ,
ferent kinds of flowers. "Newsy Notes" may I urge you Friday night. Gainesville chapter' members, ney, Dick Vincent, and lx>uis
and all catches
Orange Park Elementary PTA any en- Cub Scout Pack No. 410 with Band Association PresidentMrs. and National First Vice' Presi St. Petery.Lt. .
to them on to me. I am
MARY JACKSONGift Tuesday. Apfil, at 8 pjn.: tered by the violator. Mr. Rom Darby as Cubmaster pass all interested in Lee Duncan reports that dent Mrs. Gustave Week of
at the school auditorium 5. Entries must be caught by sure you are South Carolina was guest ofg
took a tour of the Destroyer the Mardi Gras festival netted .
community activities new Commander and Mrs. H.
Shop Orange ark Area Jaycees- hook and line, using either,artificial Farragut last Saturday at the babies weddings accomplishments -. close to $700 for the band. She honor and featured speaker at Presbyterian Senior High Fel-

Agency for Tuesday. April 9, at 8 pjn. at live or dead bait. Fish Mayport Naval Station. Tonightthe and what have you. If wishes to thank all those who the luncheon.Mr. M. Walker, advisors of the

Park Cleaners and Laundry the Town Hall showing signs of gigs spears pack will participate in the ringing helped and attended.
will keep my phone lowship, entertained the groupat
or clubbing will not be ac and Mrs.. J. C. Wallace
P-TA at the W. E.
24 HOUR SERICEUallmark program
O. P. Presbyterian Women Day this next week this column a cok-out at their Doctors

Greeting Cards Circle-Wednesday. April 10, cepted. Cherry Elementary School. will be of more interest to more LIONS TO GIVEBASKETBALL and four children of Daytona Lake home last Sunday evening -
6. Entries must be weighedat No. 410 Beach spent the week' endWALTER
andComplete at 9:45 ajn. at the home of Boy Scout Troop people next Thursday.Also Attending were about 20

Gift Line Mrs. Fred Davis a nofficial "weigh-ini sta will also be a part of the P-TA shouId'you desire to receive AWARDS high school students and hon-

tion. The fish should be un program at W. E. Cherry. Their 8he Orange Park Lions Clubis
weekly I will ored
Orange Park Hgh PFA-Thurs- this paper: guests. Mr. an dMrs. Fred
Phone 264-6441 drawn but may be opened if Scoutmaster is Mr. Jason Rey- subscrip- giving a basketball awards ::#, Davis.
8 at the to enter
Park day. April 11. at pjn. be glad your
I 1716 Hwy. 17 Orange school cafetorium it seems that any artificial nolds. Mr. Robert Rupp is the tion for you. banquet on Monday evening at

weight has been added. assistant Scoutmaster.Rev. 7 o'clock in the Lions Club. x G' Mrs. John Burton left on

I 7. Entries may be rejected by"weighin" Roy Timberlake pastorof Honored guests of the Lions Monday to attend the Masters

station for rules the Meadowbrook-Bellair LADY GOLFERS will be the Raider Varsity and Golf Tournament in Augusta

: EASTER SPECIALS infractions. Baptist Chapel wishes to call HANDICAP TOURNAMENTThe Green Junior Varsity Basketball Georgia. Also planning to attend -
that the lady golfers of the and and
8. "Weigh-in" stations will to your attention first Golf Teams both girls boys are Capt. and Mrs. A. R.

t' ADVERTISED PERMANENTS be posted at Felt Pure Oil Station Lord's Supper will be servedat Cove Springs Women's in the Varsity and Junior Varsity Wooldridge and Mr. and Mrs
NATIONALLY the Chapel since its recent Association are competing Cheerleaders. Dinner will be Durrell Vincent.
Highway 17 in Orange
$12.50 and up at !i price! Park-headQuarters for fishing opening. This will take place their annual Handicap Tournament served by the Lionellas. with

committee. next Sunday. Palm Sunday. This will be an elimination the Football Cheerleaders help- Students home last week
CALL contest will
Also a permanent appropriate event and trophies ing as waitresses. from Florida Southern
9. Entry forms will be pro- name is being sought for be given to the winners of Nearly 60 boys and girls will ,
Included Sandra
Mabels Salon vided at ""weigh-in" stations, Chambers.
I and
Beauty first and second places
the Chapel. If you have a sug- receive awards for their par- Jimmy JoweisElaine and
and should be filled out in ink. consolation flight.
gestion please call the chapel ticipation during the recently
:Orange Park George Center. Joan Boulware
1921 Highway; 17 The original will retain -
copy you
The ladies recently sponsoreda
office 264-6870. All ideas will completed basketball season.
and Barbara
Congress 49353We and the carbon copy will :
be considered and a selection Best Ball Tournament for Lion James Lytle is in chargeof
be picked weekly by the followed -
up men and women players
made in the near future. arrangements and Lonella Barbara Duncan brought

committee. And don't forget Easter by a ham dinner at the Mrs. John Nelson is in chargeof home with het a fellow student -
10. Fis heligible fo rthis con- Golf Club House. Winners of
Sunrise Services will be held at the dinner. ,
Virginia Coleburn of
test,will be: Moosehaven. by the river. Thisis :golf- merchandise were: John ,ZVODA'Evangelist
eWe 1 Willton.. Conn. During their vacation -
: Fresh water fish only ,, a combined service of the Rader H. D. Baugher. Mrs. '.the
girls went on e
David Talbot :Mrs. John Brad-
churches and will
Bass various
Y area Evangelist Walter Zvoda. of 5-day trip to Nassau, and accompanied -
Service olkswagens. Bream commence at 6:01: ajn. Plan to ley. In second place were Richard SET FOR TODAY C\ traveled --
Asheville, N who has the Duncan family
Any,fish caught by a child attend. Gordie. Gother The fifth annual Spring
and studied in the Holl see Holiday on
12 years or under Attention all Bellair resi- Mrs. Wayne Geiger, :Mrs. Sadie ,Fashion Show sponsored by
also Land will show his films of
11. Trophies will be given to ,dents: Andrews. In third place were I the Orange Park Women's Clubis Jeru salem at the Middleburg Carol Rewis sara Lewis.

; Sports Cars all winning contestants.PTA The next meeting of the Civic Victor Brooker, Eugene Kirker.John' to be held today in the Or- Baptist church Sunday:at6:15_ Sandra: Chambers, Pent Drane.
League will be Monday. Ap- David Talbot. and Park Lions Club.
pan. (Sun.. April'7)Among Barbara Duncan..and her guest
ril 8, at, 7:30 pan. at the Mea Rader. Fashions for this showing of .will Virginia Coleburn last
the spent
SPRING MOTORSGreen TO NAME SLATE dowbrook-Bellair Baptist Chapel. Next Sunday April 7, a Pine- spring and summer stlyles will many
scheduled. be, the Mt of;: 'Ute Zion; Saturday at Daytona Beach.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLAt The Civic League is in the hurst Tourney is be fro mJean Jowers Dress Garden mane Gol-
of Oeths
Core Springs Phone 284-9209
and Players are asked to sign up in and Mrs. Jowers has -
process of reorganization Shop selected Christ Dee Dee Dunlap
their regular meeting next gotha and the.Tomb of daughterof
the charter is expected to be advance at the Pro Shop. a smodels some of our
Tuesday evening at 8.,o'clockin I These will.be the actual scenes :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dunlap.
the school auditorium mem- completed soon. An election of loveliest local residents depicting the Passion week. He was home last week end from
4 PRESCRIPTIONSFILLED permanent officers will be held COUNTY SERVICEMEN During the show, there will : Florid State
bers of the Orange Park Elementary will also show the.Zion PassionIn .UnIversity in
7 School PTA wiU'ele<:t in May. The meeting should be William E. Padget. aviation be a, drawing for door prizes sound and color depictingthe Tallahassee. She was recently

of interest to everyone con- electronics technician first- and a light buffet lunch will crucifixtion initiated
into the
officers ,for the coming year. story of the of Alpha DeltaPI
t cerned as the future functionsof class USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. be served afterward. Those Christ.At Sorority.

The highlight of the program the Civic League will be for William Padgett of Route I, who wish may stay on for an 7:30
will be the musical talent of pjn. Evangelist Zyo-
e everyone. Come out and sup- Orange Park is serving with afternon o fbridge.Cochairmen ""The:
da will
speak Coming
Jim Wirth and his on
L vH young ac- port your Civic League. the airborne early warning of the show are World Church" from .Revelation NEED MONEY ?
is student at
j cordian. Jim a, The Meadowbrook HD Club training unit at the Naval Air Mrs. Robert Morris and rMs. 17.The .
School for the I
the St. will have a meeting next Tuescronnd. Station. Patuxent River. Md. Kenneth Archibald. Pastor: Robert Knight Phone 284-3995 264-9362
Deaf and Blind in St. Augustine -

and a resident of Orange extends an lnvitatlon.. '_to the For QuIck ConfidentialONE
Park. PFA TO MEET public.
to 1600.00ALLIANCE
This fine musician, 14 years The Orange Park: High : I

old won first place at the School Parent-Faculty AssocI- County Tuberculosis Asco. I

1 \ North Florida Talent Show 9 ation will meet on Thursday Many persons, in the County

sponsored by radio station evening. April 11. at 8 o'clockin have not yet,contributed'to theaccording LOANS

A- WQIK. As winner, Jim has the the school cafetorium. to fic1ati'"O{ ,the 1704 Hwy. 17 No.

opportunity to play at the The nominating committeewill County Tuberculosis and Orange Park. Florida
1/ I Jacksonville Coliseum in the present their slate of officers Health association. .

Y E annual Country Music Festivalon Director of Consumer Education fo rthe coming year and

I S April 6. for the Professional Laundry Industry nominations fro mthe floor will

vy All PTA members are urgedto ta's'.. ass s wa..d..ia .Kra.rwl.d also be accepted before the

d attend this meetng. and group votes. Mrs. Wanda West- REAL ESTATE

i parents who are not membersare A Pretty Valentine Table-For one of the prettiest table settings : .; : -

also invited. for Valentine's Day I suggest you use pink and red rather than the Department will be in chargeof INSURANCE _: ., APPRAISALS
traditional white and red. If you don't have a pink tablecloth, use the program. All parents are '
|;; Clay County Pharmacy l pink sheet for the table. Red hearts can be attached with cellophane invited to attend.

RAIDERS BALL tape in pretty designs, and look lovely with the pink back- Frank-W. Brownand

neword-of caution: 4
7: WHERE PIL\RMACY IS A PROFESSION : SEASON OPENINGThe Use construction paper rather curtains for the elegant look COMPLETESEPTIC Associates

Orange Park Raider than will be pleasantly surprised by
dec.- the changes in them over the

,, Gene Allen Baseball Team opens its season thing should spill past few years. Now" your lace TANK 1800. U. 5. Highway 17 Phone
: this Friday afternon at 4 on the crepe curtains will likely be of nylonor Orange Park CO 4904COTNEY

Registered Pharmacist o'clock in Murray Hill Park paper It could dacron and therefore very
I take of. They will SERVICE
with a game against the Lee make a permanent I easy to care
butltill shouldbe
stain last longer too
: School Junior Varsity
:iI. cloth. rotated from sunny to shady Cleanouts 'r <
i\\\ i Mon. thru Sat. -9:00 AJkL-10 PJL Team. If you ,want windows if possible.

:. Sunday2:00; PJkL 8 PJH. On Saturday afternon at 2 heart-shaped gelatin for pretty Velvet Upholster Another Repairs
want to invest version of nylon that will be
salads but
o'clock they; will play St. Au- is TIRE SERVICE
Day Phone CO 4-9226 Night Phone CO 4-9401 in heart molds here's an easy good in the coming season InstallationsORANGE
gustine at the Wesconnett Ball way to achieve the same effect nylon velvet for upholstering. '
Orange Park Park. There is no admission, Make your gelatin in a square This velvet is much more practical I. PARK ., .

so., "Let's &0. Big ot1VlLere !" cake pan and use a heartshapedcookie than its name might imply. I 264-6171
I cutter to make the individual Frequently it is treated to repel Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest Sue
portions. If the cake pan spots and a good brushing Wilt GREEN COVE SPRINGS .
is rubbed with oil before putting usually remove all surface soil. .
the gelatin in, the finished prod And what could make many of
DisCf(Miller Tire*-AntoliU Batteries
The Best Is Better"QNLY Collect uct will be easier to remove. I us feel more elegant than a ', .
We In #
of furniture covered
few Elegance far Horn** piece
The newest trend in Home Dec velvet! 9691952If ,
Electric orating seems to be a return to Stain Removal Tip*-The No Answer Cor. Paik'and! Kin>2i?>: .' "-:.:-- ..Jac. Byit1eF1a.i
few monthsthe most important thing to remem- ,, ... :'' 'i -.t # # "':
elegance.In the next ; ; : .' .:
and r -1., ;; ..' -- '#
will be ber about removing stains is Can JacksonvilleSP Llt -
home magazines of :
': it should be douses soon as I y.EYig-302T j.c:; v 4o: al .
formal living that ,
T"FOR featuring more 1-5548 ,.-," "I' ,}o..," .
BEST : : Telephone rooms with the elegance of possible. So frequently women : .'--. ;
'YOUR' swags and side panels combined will get in touch with me con ,': : ,
>r Bins with lace curtains. There will cerning a lain that has been lcattast[ -

NEEDS .-, be beautiful oriental rugs and on a tablecloth for many days. \ ,f.AXD ,'.

,. the gleam of polished mahogany Get stained items to your professional '
t' pieces to complete the picture. laundry or dryeleaner IX.,' -
Featured colors will be Empire as soon as possible, for best a :
PLUMBINGS Green for furniture burgundyfor results. In removing emergency
rugs and often gray walls. stains at home you will find the Free Estimates I '_'ORANGE PARK': -

Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE These will not necessarily be information in my booklet on i .. ,' ,
: Care helpful. For
teamed together but can be Fabric your -
write to American Institute AMASON'SComplete } < -5--
noted as characteristic of the free copy ?
newest look in decorating' of Laundering,Box 1187. 1905-TJ. 8. Highway 17.t, .- Phone 2940431t
LKB CmrtaiM-Those of you Joliet Illinois and ask for the Septic Tank \
1922 Highway 17' Phone 264-6831 Orange Park who nay be shopping &r lace 13aadbQOk jn Fabric Care. Service '



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Notice. is hereby given that
I OF Jo'WRlD.iD FLORIDA Board of County Commissioners .
pursuant to a Final Decree of IN CHANCERY FLORIDA. of Clay County; Green
Foreclosure entered in cause PIONEERFINANCE- COMPANY., IN CHANCERY. .--- Cove Springs Florida, vrftf'receive .
numbered C-3580. in the Circuit "- '
CHANCERY.CASE a corporation' S NO. 3596 sealed bids in the officeof
NO. 3598.
; Pitintiff.
Court of
Clay County
Florida I will sell the property II JACKSON and IDA until 9 a.m., April 22. 1943. for
situated in Clay County I MAE JACKSON: his wife, ; and JIM SAVINGS purchase of a bookmobile bodyto
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS Florida.. described as: CHARLES ROBERT CROCK BANK a corporation, be built on a chassis provided -

Lot 32. Block 3, Meadow- ETT and Defendants : Plaintiff. by the Clay County Library

i RALPH F F1 2. ., Board in strict accordance with. .
husband and
ing to plat recorded in Plat : IDA MAE JACKSON unmarried specifications.
Book 6, page 12 and 13. Plaintiffs 2021 West George Street ,
MILBERGEROrange Hwy 17 Orange Park By Week or MonthU. Vs.CHARLES. I Philadelphia. PennsylvaniaYou Bid forms complete with specifications -
public records of Clay Defendant.
STORAGE WET & DRY S. 17 North J. WIDNER and are hereby notified that a maybe obtained at
& Ferris Street County Florida.at suit has been filed assflnst you in
CROSBY BOATS PHONE 284-3605 SHELBA JEAN WIDNER. the above entitled cause: and that NOTICE OF SUIT the Clay County Public LI-
(next to bus station) public sale to the highestand :you are hereby required to file brary. P.O. Box 915. Green
I EE-ZY TRAILERS husband and wife. with the Clerk of
REFRIGERATION PACKAGE STORE best bidder for cash at this Court and to aerTe a copy THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Cove Springs upon request.
I MERCURY ENGINES the front door of the Clay Defendants. thereof upon the plaintiff or : Clifton L Arehart
AND THE STATE OF FLORIDATO plaintiff attorney, whose name The Board of County Com
AIR CONDITIONINGService SALES & SERVICECO County Courthouse in Green and address U: William C. Guthrie Address unknown
missioners of Clay County reserves -
PAUL'SAll Cove Springs. Florida. between : Jr. and Arthur T. Boon- 102
CHARLES J. WIDNER Florida Title Building. Jacksonville You are hereby notified that the right to reject any
4-9835 11:00 ajn. and 2:00 p.m. on 2. Florida. not later than
AUTHORIZED 'FEDDEBS"SAleli SHELBA JEAN A.D.. 1962. and all bids.
WIDNER April IS. a suit has been filed againstyou
Legal Beverages the 24th day of April. 1963.
& Service ROUTE 2 It :you fall to do so. decree pro ;
In the
BOOKKEEI'INGHERMAN Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. GEORGE L. CARLISLE confecso will be entered against above entitled cause; Clay County Library Beard
Home Phone 284-8780 FRIES. VIRGINIA you for the relief demanded in and that you are hereby required I Judy P. Carlton
Clerk of the Circuit Court
DuTal Cornty LIne the complaint.The .
Business Phone 284-9131 (Court Seal) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED nature of said suit being for to file your answer with Executive Secretary
E. REEDBookkeeping North of Orange Park the foreclosure of mortgage en- the Clerk of the Court and to
By Vivian H Sohm that a Complaint to fore- cumberlntr: the folUmlns described April 4. 11. 1963LEGAL
property situate In Clay Coun. serve a copy thereof upon theplaintiff's
AGIN'S PIANO SERVICE Deputy Clerk close a certain mortgage on the
Ej4 and Tax Service KNIGHT KINCAID POUCHER following described real prop- Begin at the routheast comer attorney, whose OTICE
Refrigeration & HARRIS erty located in Clay County of the north half of the_ NW 4 name and address is John E.
GEORGE WEEKS of Section :%. Township 5 South.
Roquemore and C. Ram-
And Air 400 W. Walnut St. 1112 Barnett Bank Building Florida to-wit: Range 24 East and run North Gray LEGAL NOTICE
PIANO SEJt1CETuning point thence run 825 Barnett National
tno feet to a ; saur.
ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284-6721 Jacksonville 2. Florida That portion of Palmer & Ferris West 100 feet to a point; thence Notice: is hereby given that
Repairing Bank Building. Jacksonville
April 4, 1963 Tract in Section 38, Town- run South 100 feet to A point on 2. the Clay County Zoning Commission -
Green Cove Springs PHONE 284-327S the South line of the North half Florida. not later than April
ship 6S. 26 East described Section 2%.
Range of the NWU of said will hold a PubHc
Box 5O Hibernia Rt. thence run east along raid South 29, 1963.
Chrysler Airtmp Sales LEGAL JVOTICK as' follows: Beginningat line a distance of 100 feet to the Hearing on Thursday, April 25.
Authorized Philco CABINET WORK Green Cove Springs the SE corner of a certainlot point of beginning. If you fall to do so. decree 1963 at 8:00 O'clock P. M. in
LEGAL NOTICE Witness my hand and the seal pro confesso will be entered
1 deed
containing by
Service of said Court at Green Cove the Clay County Courthouse
I LINSLEY WOODWORKS REAL. ESTATE Notice is hereby given thata Lucius M. Dickinson & wife to Springs, Florida this 7th day of against you for the relief demanded Green Cove Springs Florida
Day Ph. 281-3680 Public Hearing will be held March. A.D.. 19&3.GEOnGE. in the complaint.The .
Custom Cabinetry Mary Jane ChIlders by deed
T. CARLISLE I for the purpose of hearing objections -
Night 284-3402 CLARENCE B. LAZETTE by the Clay County Board of dated April 10, 1883. recordedin Clerk of Circuit Court nature of said suit beIng if any to issuing a
Office Bar and Store Fixtures By Grace M. Carlisle.
S. Palmetto Adjustment on Thursday April Book M, page 61. etc. thenceS Deputy Cl-rk I for foreclose of a certain permit to comply with Section
Liseenied Broker In
Cabinets Bldg. Hardware 25. 1963. in the Board of March 14. 21. 28. April 4. 19(3
17e30' East 210 thenceS72'30 mortgage encumbering
Green CoTe Springs feet I property 1 and Section 2, Paragraph 2.7
Plywood Plastic Laminates Green Core Springs County Commissioners meeting W 400 feet to Highland I situate in the County of of Article XVI of the Clay
Phone Bus. 284-3223 Since 1037 room in the Clay County LEGAL NOTICE :
Ave. thence along the E. side Clay. State of Florida. to-wit: County Zoning Regulations

FILL. DIRTCHERRY Phone Res. 284-3803 Homes Farms Acreage 'Courthouse in Green Cove of said Avenue 210 feet to a I Lot Fifteen (15). Block namely to construct Sewerage

Highway 17 North 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 Springs Florida beginning at stake thence in a northerly NOTICE OF SALE Three ((3). Unit No.1. Treatment Plant on the followIng

& LOVETT Green Core Spring 8:30: O'clock P. M. course 400 feet to the place of Notice is hereby given that MEADOWBROOK. accord- described property:

Said hearing is called regarding pursuant to a Final Decree ofj'oreclosure
about 2
beginning; containing ing to plat thereof recorded Lot. No. 47. Robinette Sub-

DragUne Dump Truck APPLIANCES ELECTRICALAtlas the Notice of Appeal by the acres more or less. The same entered in cause in Plat Book 6. page 7. division, according to plat
'I applicant, for a variance to per- numbered C-3582. in the Cir-"
further described the
LIGHT DOZIER WORK being as public records of Clay recorded in Plat Book 5,
Electric & Mechanical mit Building Permits to be issued Eastern 2 of certain 5 cuit Court of Clay County Florida -
acres a County. Florida.
CLEAN FILL DIRT Jim Carter Appliance Page 23. Public Records of
CompanyWe on the following described lot T. Rob- I will sell the property
Shell Clay Service. Inc. acre conveyed by WITNESS my hand and the Clay County. Florida. '
S property: erts & wife to W. H. Brooker by situated in Clay County. Florida -' seal of said Court at Green
FREE ESTIMATES do all type of electrical Lots 12. 14. 21, 22. 23. 26 All parties in interest and
A. F. BakerRefrigeration deed bearing date August 23. described as: Cove Springs. Florida. this
PROMPT DELIVERY wirin '. through 34. 36 and 37 of citizens shall have an oppor-
Block Meadow-
Lot 17. 5.
& 1881. recorded in Book K. page 26th day of March. A. D.. 1963.
Courteous Service Air Conditioning Service RAY SHIPP Robinette Subdivision according 533. etc.. less 1 acre previously brook. Unit No. 2, according (SEAL) tunity to be heard at said time
to plat recorded in recorded In ;Plat and place.CLAY.
to plat
Phone CO 4.6311 Owner deeded as described in deed recorded -
and Manager
Res. CO 4.0867 also all 1 Phone 281-9228 plat Book 5. Page 23. Pub- in D. Book 55. page 446. Book 6, pages 12 and 13, GEORGE L. CARLISLE COUNTY ZONING

lic Records of Clay County. public records of Clay County. public- records of Clay Clerk of.Circuit. Court COMMISSIONBy
Major Appliance Repairs
W. E. (Ernest) Che"7.neral Washers. Dryers Florida. Florida. The land hereby con- County ,Florida. By Grace M. Carlisle, : James E. Crowl.

Mgr. Income Tax Service All parties in interest and veyed is the same as that described -I at public sale to the highest Deputy Clerk Chairman

Doctors Inlet. Fla Phone 284-3542 18 Years Experience citizens shall have an opportunity in Deed Book S3 page I and best bidder for cash,,at the March 28, 1963 April 4, 11. 1963

--- Short Forms$ .OO to be heard at said time 372. less one acre described in front door of the Clay County .

Long Forms$5.00 and place. Deed Book SS page 446. public Courthouse in Green Cove

I 1 1- OPPORTUNITY NOCSERE II Reasonable Rates for Business up CLAY ADJUSTMENTBy COUNTY BOARDOF records Clay County. Florida Springs Florida between 11:00 24th I

Real Estate: Rentals Etc. which was conveyed to JAMEST. a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the- -
: Herbert H. Morris 1908. day of April. 1963.
--- --- -- ------ RIVERS. August ______ ...a.....9....<....*.
PAUL KEMLIXGEK Chairman. has been filed against you. and uLutcLtr i. i4a EFFICIENT FARMING .

MiscellaneousTV 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. April 4. 11, 1963LEGAL you are required to serve a copy Clerk of the Circuit Court HAS FREED THE U.S. FROM FEAR OF FAMINE ONE HUN

For Rent Orange Park OTICE of your answer or pleading to (Court Seal) DRED YEARS AGO, AN AMERICAN FARMER PRODUCED

the said Complaint upon Plaintiffs By Vivian H. Sohm ONLY ENOUGH FOOD AND FIBER FOR FIVE PEOPLE.

FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom SERVICE ,Anytime Don CAREY'S TRADING POST IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF attorney. T. J. JENNINGS.JR. Deputy Clerk 1it1i-1jIFiii1: ,

I house newly; painted inside and Woollard. Phone 281-0615. WE BUY SELL TRADE CLAY COUNTY* FLORIDAIN I .. P. O. BOX 372. Green KNIGHT KINCAID. POUCHER. -

out, reasonable. large yard appliances DUe Three locations: CHANCERYNo. Cove Springs. Florida and file & HARRIS Today. !t ji

furnished. Call Penney FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- 15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 284-3280- I 3600 I the original answer or pleadingin 1112 Barnett Bank Building
20tfe HENRY O. SCOTT.Plaintiff Jacksonville 2, Florida _
Farms 5298211. mowers. $15.00 and up. McGee's Warehouse & antiques old the office of the Clerk of CONTAINING FLORIDA PHOS-

Welding & Radiator 520 N. Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. the Circuit Court of Clay Coun April 4, 1963 PHATE AND OTHER MINERALS,

FOR RENT 2 houses. furn- Orange Ave., Phone 281-3163. "BIG TOP" tent Blanding vs.WARREN ty. Florida on or before the THE FARM WORKER PRO- ,
SCOTT, 6th day of May A. D. 1963. or a LEGAL NOTICE
ished one 1, bdr. and one 2 7tfc Blvd. At Ridgewood DUCES ENOUGH FOOD
Defendant decree confesso will be
bdr.. extra nice freshly painted Furniture & appliances at pro NOTICE OF SALE AND FIBER TO SUPPORT :
; SEWING Expert Seamstress NOTICE OF SUIT entered against you. This notice -
Inside and out. phone 529- bargain prices Stfc 26 PEOPLE. r"" .
Dresses. Draperies. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO is that
Coats shall be published once Notice hereby given
Farms. Sltfc p.x
5291. Penney Curtains. Phone 281-3159. tfc : WARREN SCOTT, Residence each week for four consecutive pursuant to a Final Decree of .

ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES Unknown. Foreclosure entered in .
weeks in the Clay County Cres- cause -

FOR RENT or sale block house BEAUTIFULANTIQUES- Inc. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED cent of Green Cove Springs. numbered C-3S69. in the Circuit 1

large yard in Penney Farms. Glass china brass. linens, Wo Will Trade for Your Car that a suit has been filed Florida. Court of Clay County ,..t'S-

Telephone GCS 284-9708. paintings oriental rugs lamps, Furniture, Diamonds or Any- against you in the above enti- WITNESS my hand and the Florida. I will sell the property w I

21-28c statuary guns. swords silver, thing of Value on a New Mobile tled cause and you are hereby seal of said Court at Green situated in Clay County. Florida .

hundreds of 18th century pieces. Home.<< required to plain- described S -
serve upon Cove Springs. Florida this 29th as: '
FOR RENT Priced below appraisal ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, tiff's attorney whose name and day of March A. D. 1963. Lot Thirty (30). Block : :

2 bedroom house furnished. Sirs. Brown, Kingsley Lake Inc. address appear hereon. your GEORGE L. CARLISLE. Four (4)). MEADOWBROOKUnit -, I

533-2381. 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.EV written defenses if any. to the No.2. according to
located 418 Cypress St. Extra Clerk of the Circuit Courtof '

clean contact Airs. Bentley, ATLAS ELECTRICAL & 4-oo84 bill of complaint in said suit Clay County Florida. plat recorded in Plat Book

Irvine's Department Store. 4 tfc MECHANICAL COMPANY 2-14 tIc copy of which is delivered to April 4. 11. 18 & 25. 1963 6. pages 12 and 13, of the S- -I

you herewith. on or before current public records of

Phone 234-9228 SITUATIONVANTED May 6, A.D. 1963. LEGAL NOTICE Clay County. Florida. -:; S :::-
of electrical
We do all types
For Sale Real EstateFOR wiring. Herein fall not or decree pro at public sale. to the highest

INSTRUCTIONSMEN confesso will be entered againstyou NOTICE OF LEGISLATION and best bidder for cash at -

RAY SHIPP owner & manager. AND WOMEN NEEDED for the relief prayed in the the front door of the Clay : _
SALE-Furnished 3 bdrm. FOR TilE BEST in all-round WORK IN CIVIL, SERVICENo bill of complaint. County Courthouse in Green : :i'
CERN: Notice is hereby givenof -
house 1 year old-Z lots-Hard- rood printing try the CRESCENT experience necessary grammar THE NATURE OF SAID intention to apply to the Cove Springs. Florida between S

wood floors-Tile bath-Owner PRESS. INC., The priceis school education usually SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. 1963 Regular Session of the 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.. on T -a

leaving slate-Reduced 'price- right. sufficient. Train now at home WITNESS my hand and the Florida Legislature for passageof 24th day of April. A. D. 1963.
seal of said Court at Green GEORGE L. CARLISLE
Phone for jobs with Security. For details an act TO ABOLISH THE
FOR SALE Upright piano Cove Springs. Florida. this 2nd I Clerk of the Circuit Court
or trade for chord organ. day of April AD. 1963. (Court Seal)
FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet 281-3613. 28-4c phone no. to: NATIONAL OF THE TOWN OF
GEORGE L. CARLISLE. By Vivian H. HohmDeputy
DeLuxe. overhauled and painted. -
Clerk Circuit Court Clerk
1963 FOR SALE Utility camping Clay County Crescent. 21-10c COUNTY. AND TO ESTABLISH .
Excellent condition.
(Seal) By Grace M. Carlisle KNIGHT KINCAID POUCHER
trailer-sleeps 2, built in Ice
tar included. Price $%00 cash.
Clerk &
box. 10000. phone 281-3775.
Phone 281-4795. 21 tfc BUY OR TRADE SAM WILSON :: : A NEW MUNICIPALITY 1112 Barnett Bank Building
For Your Used Mobile Home. Attorney for Plaintiff Jacksonville 2. Florida

FOR SALE or rent New 2 PROTECT your Fruits. Berries Top Dollar Paid. Big Allow 217 Guaranty Life Building DESIGNATED AS THE CITY April 4. 1963 $
bdr, house. Rt. 2. Box 220. lawns, etc, by covering with ance on Your Coach to Trade. Jacksonville Florida I
Phone 284-9611. 28-lc Call EV 4-354 Collect. April 4-11-18-25 LEGAL NOTICE :

Special discount to distributors. Inc. LEGAL NOTICE DEFINE ITS TERRITORIAL NOTICE OF SALE _

Use Our Write Hudson Products Co.. 2.14 tfc IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S BOUNDRIES AND PROVIDE Notice is hereby given that.

Westfield. Mass. p 4-11 COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. FOR ITS JURISDICTION pursuant to a Final Decree of
ClassifiedPage FLORIDA. In Probate. No. Foreclosure entered in cause
YOUNG experienced neat and 4. 1963LEGAL
JONES & HALL NURSERY, 563. numbered C-3570.. in the Circuit -
colored desires
dependable woman
: days work phone 281-3257 Now Open 7 Days A Week In re: Estate of J. H. MANN Court of Clay County'

4p Come Out Browse Around ING sometimes known as NOTICE Florida I will cell the property tcIIit.

See Our Stock JOSEPH HURLEY MANNING situated in Clay County.

For Quick FOR SALE VM 4-Track stereo Highway 13 South of New deceased. LEGAL NOTICE Florida: described as: .

tape recorded; Just like new. Bridge turn right at Collecove NOTICE OF FILING Board of County Commissioners ? 'Lot 7. Block 9, Meadow-

Results Save $109.00 Phone Green Store follow signs. PETITION FOR FINALDISCHARGE of Clay County'! Green brook. Unit No. 2. accordIng SIN

Cove 4-3624. Cove Springs Florida will receive to plat recorded Plat

. ., ,, that I sealed bids in the officeof Book 6. 12 and 13.
- - - - - - - Notice is hereby given pages
i-1 I I-H-* I-1-I I-1 I II--I'1-M'' i I"t-iv I i I I I-II I--I--I II 11 I
have filed my final returns as the Clerk of- Circuit Court public records of Clay

. : AREA BUSINESS p jiQgy.I.I.I.I.I.I. administratrix of the Estate of until 9 *.m.. April 22. 1963r for County Florida.at FLORIDA

J. H. Manning. sometimes purchase of a chassis to be used public sale to the highest BEER IS A NATURALBrewed

. . TTTT . .. ,. .,j. . ,. . . .--. -.- .--.- -.--..-..--.-..--.-.-. .. .-- known as Joseph Hurley Man- :in building a bookmobile In and best bidder for cash. at

ningr deceased; that I have strict accordance with ipedflcaions. the front door of the Clay
FURNITURE. DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT slowly, by a centuries-oW natural process, beer rsFlorida's
filed my petition for distribu- County Courthouse in Green
traditional beverage of moderation-RgM. sparkbng -
AIR BASE FURNITURE CO tion and for final discharge Bid forms complete with specifications Cove Springs. Florida between
Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY AMERICAN and that on April 29. 1963. I may be obtained at: 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 pjn. on ,

Carpeting Appllancce OFFICE SUPPLY CO. win apply to the Honorable the Clay County Public Li- the 24th day' of April 1963.>> And naturally Florida's Brewing Industry proud of the mft-

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Thomas J. Rivers. County brary. P.O. Box 915. Green GEORGE L. CARLISLE lions of dollars it contributes to Florida's economy.Florida's

&D33 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr, Owner Judge of Clay County Florida. Cove 'Springs, upon request. Clerk of the Circuit CourtCourt' 5 brewers 101 beer wholesalers, and 17.9% beef. retaiers

Jacksonville EV 7-4OH Complete Cosmetic Dept. for approval of said final returns The Board of County Commissioners ( : Seal) employ more than 68.000 persons wfeb an annual. payfot of
---- Specialists in 5155,000.000. Money mad. in Florida se. .In FtefMa. ta
TRAILERS and for an order of distribution of Clay County reserves By Vivian H. Sohm
Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment Florida beer belongs..enjoy It.
and for final discharge the right to reject any Deputy Clerk

Pacemakers and Peerle, Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries as administratrix of and all bids. KNIGHT KINCAID POUCHER
Board I.
Used Trailers-Bank Flntnclni Complete Line of ,Greeting said estate. Clay County Library HARRIS
/s/ Elsie Manning Powell Judy P. Carlton 1112 Barnett Bank Building W
0017 Roosevelt! Blvd.BUTTS 2032 Blanding Blvd..
MOBILE HOMES. INC Administratrix Executive Secretary Jacksonville- 2. Florida

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The Episcopal Churchwomenheld TROTH ANNOUNCED

their regular monthly _Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beres- The Woman's Club will hold mention a few.
meeting this morning Thursday Community Church' lenius presided at the business ford Watson have announcedthe its monthly business meetingin As the Federation of Wom

at the Parish House.. The There will be two Easter meeting and the report of the engagement of their daughter. the Community Church Ed- an's Clubs In Florida will take

Women's Spring District in services at the Community nominating committee was Agnes Calvin Watson, to ucational Building on Tuesdayat part in the Annual Cancer

meeting is scheduled for April Church: 9 and 11 o'clock. On read. Election May 6, at which Charles Emory Cross, son of 2 o'clock. This meeting will Drive. Mrs. Robert Hendry introduced

24 at St. James Church in Easter Sunday only, the Sun- time a candlelight service will '. .4 Senator and Mrs. James Emory be preceded by a 1 o'clock Executive Mrs. Hal Hand, a former -

Perry. The Rev. George Bedell, day school will meet from 9 to take place and new members Cross of Gainesville.Miss Board meeting. Nominating Keystoaer. who is the Junior

Chapel of the Resurrection 10 ajn., at which time there officially honored. Mrs. David I'V ,. Watson was graduatedfrom Committee ChairmanMrs. Woman's Club chairman of

F.S.U., will speak to each district will be a special program. Nelson will assist Mrs. A. J. Emory at Oxford Ga. She Harold Sutton will present the American Home Depart-
about college work. Sunday school teachers will Hplt in this ceremony.On is junior at Emory Uni-
now a the slate of officers as fol- ment of the State Federation.
The Rt. Rev. E. Hamilton meet on Aprl 10.Representatives. April 15, the. Circles of versity where she is a mamberof lows: president Mrs. John Following Mrs. Hand's talk &
West, Episcopal Bishop of Florida of the fve the Community Churchwomenwill the Gamma
Kappa Kappa Bird; first vice president and motion picture on the import-
will make his visitation of churches of the NortheasternArea meet for the last meetingof Sorority.Mr. finance chairman, Mrs. Her- ance of regular and early check

St. Anne's Mission and admin- of the State Fellowshipof the season. May 20 is the Cross is a junior in the bert Nelson; second vice pres- ups was shown. Clay Coop man

ister the Sacrament of Con- Community Churches en- date of the covered dish lunch- College of Business Adminstration ident and program chairman, Mr. Hutchinson operated the

firmation at 8:00 pjn. on Wed- joyed a very informative and eon in the Educational Build- i at the University of Flori- Mrs. Charles Wallenius; recording projector.

nesday of Holy Week, April 10. constructive all-day conferenceat ing. At this time, the president- da. He is a member of the secretary, Mrs. John Between 3.000 and 3,560 per-
About seven candidates will be the Community Church in I elect will announce the circle
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Karges; corresponding secre- sons attended the 58th annual
confirmed. Keystone Heights on March 29. chairmen. The new chairmenwill the Insurance Society, and an I tary, Mrs. Francis P. Egan; convention of the Eastern Star

Services this Sunday-Palm Sixty-five visitors and mem- read the names of mem- E. T. Martin acting manager addressing the 25th Annual officer candidate in the Air i and treasurer, :Mrs. Fremont Grand Chapter of Florida in

Sunday-will include blessingof bers attended. A workshop pro- bers of their groups, In 193, meeting of Clay Electric Cooperative. Force ROTC. Tolles. A nomination will be Jacksonville this week. Mrs.
the palms and procession at gram in the morning enabledthe the Community Churchwomen
The wedding is scheduled for made for one director for a Leata Prosser. worthy Grand
9:30: o'clock. Holy Eucharistand members to lear nmore started 'with Just one daytime June 29, in the Community three-year term. Matron presided at the "Chimesof
Sermon at 9:45: o'clock; about projects, the mission circle, and one evening circle. V Social Notes
Church in Keystone Heights. :Mrs. A. F. Crosby, Mrs. Olive Love" session, and Lewis L.
and Evening Prayer at 7:00 field, and the spiritual life of Mrs.Eula Walker was day cir- Stevens Mrs. Mabel Husbands Kent St. Petersburg, worthy

o'clock.On the church women. After a cle chairman, while Gladys Mrs. W. L. Beasley and ter they had a barbequed sup MRS. AGNES NELSON and Mrs. J. A. Williams man- Grand Patron. Culminating the
Monday and Thursday of luncheon in the Educational I Tillis was chairman for the liv- About 15 members and Installa-
daughter Marian are now per. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Her- ned the Coca-Cola booth for convention will be the
Building Miss Kate Wilcox
Holy Week, Morning Prayer Nightingales.Over ing in Tallahassee for the next guests enjoyed the afternoonand bert A. Nelson are to the club at the Clay Electric tion of Officers on Friday eve-
Eucharistat talked on Lady Dock Collegein sorry
will be at 7:10. Holy the past. ten years, four two months or so, during the evenign. Chaperones were learn of the death of Mr. Nel- Annual Meeting. ning at 8. Associate Worthy
India, which was foundedby
7:30 and Evening Prayerat her. daytime circles have been added session of the legislature. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren and son's mother, Mrs. Agnes Mo- The club plans a Hobby Grand Matron Mrs. Irene Johnsof
5 o'clock.On and the Young Matron's be Another the of the hostess Mr. will be
ian is to a page. parents Nelson, aged 91 years, Show and arts and crafts exhibit Green Cove Springs
Mrs. Donald Dodd. formerlyof range
Week Wednesday,,
Holy Circle, the Rebekahs-an evening member of their household will and Mrs. Bob Shaughnessey.Mr. April 22 at Sunny to be held in the Ma- the Incoming Grand Worthy
Friday ,
Morning Prayer, 8:30 o'clock; Skanenteles, N.Y.. and more on
group. be Miss Betty Jean Cross of Hl. Her sonic Hall on April 17, all Matron for 1963-64 with Mr. I
Acres Petersburg,
o'clock recently of Daytona Beach,
Holy Eucharist, : : For the 1963-1964 Lesson, Gainesville, who will also bea and Mrs. Stewart Jen- Mr. Herbert S. Nelson afternoon and evening. Re- Walter Fennell of Odessa as
5 and Litany brought the of the
Evening Prayer, two more daytime circles will page. Betty Jean ("B-J.") is sen of Hialeah, Fla.. paid a freshments and entertainmentwill Worthy Grand Patron.
8 o'clock Church Ecunemical.At died in 1961, at the age
and Confirmation, be added. Chairmen draw of Senator Em- visit to Mrs. Jensen's is honoredto
evening. the executive board meet- .the daughter surprise of 93. Both of the deceased had be in charge of Mrs. Olive Keystone Chapter
Wednesday names for their circel members. ery Cross. cousin Mrs. Clemens, and sons visited in Keystone Heights. Stevens and Mrs. Mable Hus- have Worthy Matron Phyl
ing of the Church Women on I
March 25, several interesting Some circles include winter John and George, of Hillcrest, Survivors include a daughter bands.In .his Hussey and her husband J.

Murrhee were discussed. On visitors who enjoy the work of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mat- last week. ,.Mrs. Charles J. Janocek of keeping with the monthly Edward Hussey. representing
programs the Churchwomen.The Matthews of Starke entertained "American Home," !Chapter 279. Past Worthy Ma-
Springfield, HI., a son. James
-- -, April 1, the Church Women en-
Insur AgencyCARRY Trustees of the Commu- the cast of the Old Time Mr. Leslie Beasley spent M. of Cincinnati, and another Mrs. Gertrude A. Booth of tron, Ernestine Eisenacher of
Joyed a film, "Sounds of the
<, Earth" concerning world serv- nity Church undtr the chair- Vaudeville after their fne per- Friday and Saturday of last son. Herbert A., of Keystone Foods and Menus, "Kings of 279 will be escort page to State

ice. manship of Mr. Frank Hgen. formance on Saturday evening week in Southern Florida, attending Heights. There are six grand- Gainesville presented a recent Grand Treasurer Mary Laura

wtrv I ADEQUATE President Mrs. Charles WalPre.snre met on April 1. The Stewards, March 30. the annual meetingsof children and 13 great-grand- book and a supplement on Johnson, while Past WorthyMatron
INSURANCE with Mr. A. F. Crosby as chairman the Glades Cooperative at children. the Kitchen contains recipesof Beatrice Schroeder will

will meet April 8 at :30 A meeting of the Estrellita Moore Haven, and the Lee Services wer held at the Holy famous men. including ex- be chairman of the Library.

POSTS-POLES CreosotedFENCE etc. in' the Educational Building.On Club will be held on April "10, County Cooperative at Fort Name Cathedral in Chicago on lorida Governor Leroy Collins, The regular Chapter meetingwill

See: RICHARD MLKKHEE Sunday, April 7, Com- Wednesday, at 2:00: pjn.. at Myers. Mr. Beasley is the gen- March 25; burial was in Cal- President John Kennedy be April 16 at 8 pjn., at

Agent Southern WoodPreserving munion Services will be held at the Masonic Hall. At this time eral manager for the Florida vary Cemetery, in Chicago. Dwight Eisenhower, etc., to the Masonic Temple.
the 11 o'clock services of the a new project will be planned Association of COOperatives.HELL. .

Phone 473-4786 Co.Tlaldwl Community Church, and new for' the benefit of Masonic

| Keystone Heights, Florida *. flu. ':IR4: 1 members received into the Buildign Fund. Mrs. Charles .
church during the last quarter King and Mrs. William Pinon

will be yrecognized. Dr. will :serve as hostesses for the BETROTHED 0 I IIf
A. C. Holt and the Board of refreshments and the social ESCAPE

REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS Stewards will conduct the hour. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Pri-

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA Communion Services with the vett of Sarasota announce the

assistance of the Board of Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn.
engagement of.their daughter you'd like to escape everything but pure enchantment *

Trustees.At former Keystoners,, have spent Helen, to Lt. Paul Lloyd Bird, try this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport

this writing members of a month at the Holiday Beach UJS.N.R, of Jacksonville N.A.S.. equipment. Special instrument cluster. Front bucket
the Community Church were They now residein
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bird SS
All-vinyl interior. Distinctive identification.
interested. in hearing of the Andalusia Alabama.We of Keystone.The SUPER SPORT
impending birth of the second Full wheel disks. Choice of three-speed shift or floor-

child of Joyce and George Ca- once mentioned the famous wedding will take placeon mounted Powerglide automatic with sporty range
Saturday in Sarasota.
nova. Mrs .Canova is organistand names we have around selector console.
choir director at the Com- Keystone in our column. Names I Miss Privett attended high All this plus Chevy II standard features: flush-and-

'c. J. "Pete" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 munity Church. Mr. Canova is I like Lorraine Doy, Gary Cooper school in Sarasota, and is a dry ventilating system that helps remove rust-causing.

a baritone. His mother :Mrs. 1..1 ,, Ronald Coleman. Lena graduate of Wilson College in elements from rocker panels; battery-easing Delcotron
Chambersburg. Pa. where she
en over the organ and the Turner etc. We weren't aware generator; convenient self-adjusting brakes; longer
majored in Psychology. Since
A. Canova of Starke. has tak- that we also had a James graduating she has not only lasting exhaust system;styling fresh as morning coffee,

choirs for the past month. Un- Dunn in our midst at one time. done secretarial work but has poured into a rugged Body by Fisher-and more.You'll .
: -A "Let the Rest of the A der her direction the _choir
achieved recognition in the lit- find two cqp live as cheaply as one- i
k '
will present an Easter Cantataon Speaking of names, we know CHEVY II
World GoByffRecreation erary field. "The Anthology of living it up in a new Chevy II!*optioiiU stextra caw
Js Js Holy Thursday. Soloists will any number of Helens. For instance -

be' Mrs. Robert Hendry, Mr. Helen Warren Helen American Poetry," being pub- -- ,.- _____ _ _
lished this spring, will containsix ____
Floyd Baker, and Mr., George Wallace Helen Wallenus Hel- _
of Miss Privett's poems.Lt. _
plots near the swimming hole Canova,-soprano, tenor and en Brust, Telen Egan, Helen Bird attended grade

baritone, respectively. Phelps, Helen Conneen. Helen 1.
$675.00 up if you and the kids aren'ttoo Officers and members of the Kennedy. Telen Whitehead, school iii Keystone Heights, I
and went to high school in
church are grateful to Mr. and and a newcomer to Keystonethe -
lazy to walk a couple blocks. Okinawa, where his father
Mrs William C. Mick Jr., of soon-to-be-Helen Bird. But
Mr. and Mrs. John Bird of
Jacksonville, for the new alu- as yet we.haven't been able to
Keystone Heights, were sta
See Us for your Real Estate Needs minum bulletin board that has locate the elusive Helen Hunt. tioned. He graduated from the
replaced the wind-damaged Will we never get our car keys
University of Florida in 1957. I
original board. The Micks are back
S. E. McKAY good friends and neighors of : He Joined the Navy and attended -
< N.O.C.S. to become a
the Frank Hgens. The Junior Class of Key-
Naval officer aboard the air-
Keystone Heights Phone 4.31816f. stone Heights High School craft carrier ForrestaL He was
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH have started rehearsals for
in the CXC.
I There will be special musicat their class play, "Cheaper by an instructor V -- .
the First Baptist Church on the Dozen." adapted from the fore taking flight navigation _ _; _S _
School in Brunswick Ga.. be- _
Palm Sunday April 7. The book and movie by the same
at several bases. He
Junior Choir will render 'Christ name. training
is now a qualified navgator for
Rode Triumphant. Mary -
r THERE ISN'TSMALL MUCH TO SEE IN I A Eckford of Jacksonville will On Saturday evening March anti-submarine warfare. t
couple will reside at
TOWN BUT WHAT YOU HEAR sing "Ride On. Ride On in 30, Bruce Moon, son of :Mr. and
where Lt. Brd will be
Majesty and the choir will Mrs. W. L. Thomas of Nelson's
L MAKES UP FOR 'IT tationed the next several 7xc
sing "The Palms. A special Point, celebrated his 16th birthday -

musical service will also be with a party at his home. years.COMMUNITY.

; g held Good Friday evening at Guests enjoyed dancing and

8 o'clock when the Keystone pizza pie. Bruce was the lucky '

1 Q V Choral Group. comprising: recipient of many nice gifts. I CHORAL GROUPSA __

members from the choirs of Attending: were Renee Belote. I
,..wp In Choral Group has been
all churches Keystone Pat Shaughnessey. Carol 'War

__ Heights, win render MacFarlane's ren. Marian Beasley Pam formed in Keystone Heights
"Message from the Thompson. David Schaeffer from the choirs of the Episco-

Cross based on The Seven Lorraine Dey. Jim McMurtry. pal. Community and First

Last Words. Everyone is cordially Stephan Brokas. Gary Cooper, Baptist Church-plus a few

invited to these services.ST. Lee Sutton Norma Valldejuli, additional singers. Their first

Dolores Murrhee. Margaret Pa- presentation will be given on

k. \3. WILLIAMS CHURCHSt. ter. Ernie Williams Jim Davie Good Friday evening at the

a Williams Choir win sing Timmy Htekman Harold Snel- First Baptist Church at 8:00

special Easter music which len. Jackie Fox. Lida Anthony o'clock. They will present Mac- Re.y ..
have been working on for Farlane's "Mesage from the i.
: they Steve Shackleford. Johnny
k the past few months. Solos will Martin and Johnny Moon. Cross" based on the Seven ..

1 ;: be sung by Mr. Leo Leblanc. Last Words of Christ. Words &

Mrs. Margaret Pater Mrs. On Sunday evening. Mar. 31. were compiled by Bishop Stires -

1 Jean Fox. Mrs. Irene Brault. theolder-group of the Youth and the music by William Mac- _
1 and by guest soloist Mrs. Ehra Fellowship of the Community Farland of St. Thomas Episco-

Scott. Other choir members Include hurch held a swimming and pal Church on Fifth Avenue,

We think this, is: exaggerated! However we cannot Mrs. Bee Cooper. Mrs. skiing party at the home of New York. The public is cordially -

Lu Nelson. Mrs. Lena Clemens. member Pat Shaughnessey on invited.
exaggerate the Importance to you of keeping your Miss Anna McCullough. Mrs. Following this presentation
Lake Santa Fe. After the children -
cry II Nora 400 55 Conrertiblt abot*.Alto ataOa&It a*SS Coupe, Zvper Sport equipment
valuables and important papers In a safe deposit box Marie Raynorr Mrs. Mary K. had all enjoyed the wa- they Intend to start workingon which optional at extra cost Alto a ehoict of JO rtyvlar Chtry I11MC '..r,
Schaeffer. Miss. Mary Ann Handel's Messiah

fit KEYSTONE STATE BANK. Schaeffer and Miss Jackie Fox.. held on Friday. April 5, Law- they hope to have ready by NOW SEE WHAT' NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SI

Mrs. Janet Lamm Is organist- rence Blvd. Proceeds to be Christmas.

director Miss Anna McCul used for a most worthy cause. Anyone interested in Joining

KEYSTONE STATE BANK lough is assistant director. April 20 is the date for the this group should contact Mr.

Monday evening April 8, Catholic Club's steak dinner.It .I Ralph Copeland at the Bap-

MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS will be the final Lenten Wayof will be served in the Rec- tist Church or at St. Anne's ROBERTS CHEVROLET

THC FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY the Cross. Stations begin at reation Hall. Make your plans Episcopal Church where he Is

7:45. accordingly. All parishioners organist and choir director at

I special Bake,Sale*wlll. be will be.asked to do their.chare. both churches. : grange,and.Park Green Cove Springs. Phone 2S43033rAGESIX'

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