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 11, 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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Group Seeks Rise In HE IS RISEN Green Cove Merchants

Public School Teaching Ready Saturday AuctionHundreds

With Ten RecommendationsSpecific
r of dollars of merchandise will be offered at auc-

r tion for auction dollars by Green Cove merchants Saturday
recommendations for tional Foreign Language Teachers -
afternoon.The .
improving the calibre of edu- The program already
auction set for 3 o'clock In front of the Qul-Sl-Sana
started in the schools has been
cation in the County were presented .
Hotel will climax a week of merchandising promotion In which
most enthusiastically receivedby
to the Board of Public
26 participating merchants have given patrons dollar for dollar
Instruction this week by rep- both parents and students. _
on all purchases. The dollar received auction dollars will
resentatives of the Clay Coun- This first step in the right direction -
, be used Saturday afternoon to purchase merchandise offered at
ty Committee to Improve Our needs to be followed up 1 the sale.

Schools. and carried through by a qua- pz : y

Hirris C. Long superintendent lified person on the county r .-. :: The auction will be precededby Fraser Offers

of Public Instruction, said level. a show featuring the tele-
the recommendations would be Junior High Grades 7.8 or 9 p +8 sm e vision performer Mr. Magic."

studied by the school principalsand 1. A seven-period day insteadof Merchandise to be offered is Bill To Raise

an attempt would be madeto six-period day As has
a still on display in the window
adopt them "where feasible." i found in schools
been many next to the Clay Theatre.Mr. Sales RevenuesState
Representing the committeewere 45-minute periods are long .
9' F
Magic has been called
James Lytle of Orange
enough to accomplish the required Senator Ed Fraser is
chairman Mrs. Jack "the man with the television
Park ; amount of work. The
the author of a bill to broaden
Quaritius of Orange Park seventh period could be used eyes". Te will make his famous retail sales taxes and raise

chairman of the curriculum "blind drive" to the scene of
to> advantage by the slow reader $137.5 million in two years

committee; William Beam of in remedial reading and by the show and auction. The to- starting July 1.

Keystone: Al Custer. and Mrs. those capable in conversational I z k< 3 tally blindfolded Mr. Magic Senator Fraser's bill intro-

Lillian Binns. both of Green will make the drive accompa-
languages to carry out the work -- duced by him in the Florida
Cove. nied by a police officer. The
begun in the elementary grades. Senate and by Rep. Frank
The report of the curriculum drive Is just the prelude to an
Senior High School Grades Marshburn of Levy County, in
presented to the exciting show of mirth mys-
9 or 10-12 t the lower house of the Legislature -
board for adoption follows in : tery and illusion.
would tax food medicines
1. Four years of English -
part: "Jimmy and Grumpy," the
services industrial
English is not just a subjectit -
Elementary'Grades 1-6 rabbits along with "Grace and
and recreational
is a tool used in all other chinery some
1 Remedial Reading One i Billy" the doves, will accom- activities.
subjects and in all walks of
of the biggest problems of high pany Mr. Magic in several rou-
Governor Ferris who
life. It is the most importantpart 4------ Bryant,
school and college students today I of our curriculum. FacilityIn Pieta ly Sandro Botticelli ((1444-1510)) tines to delight the youngsters. has asked the 1963 session of
is their inability to read I
English will greatly add to Some of Mr. Magic's own the Legislature for $250 mil-

well and grasp what they are : the success of student in EASTERBy personality with which we leave this life. And of course, the creations along with some out- lion in additional revenues to

reading. Remedial reading every church is being perfectly reasonable in these beliefs. We are
the future as well as the pres- standing features "The Guillotine support a broad program of
taught to slow readers at the ent. The Rev. Donald R. Clawson not one bit better or worse the minute' after death than we ." "Ropes Through the statewide development is on

level by the teachers the minute before death. We into the life beyond
elementary Rector Grace Episcopal Church were carry Neck" "Suspension of a Girl record as opposing any sales

already in the schools 2. Two years of Math Orange Park just ourselves as we with the grace and help of God have In !Mid-Air" "The Beautiful tax on foods and medicine.

should do much to correct this Whether this be college prep- Easter honoring the Resurrection of our Lord ranksas made us. Do you see how terribly important that makes your Rainbow Cylinders." and "The The Fraser-Marshburn bill

problem when it is most easily paratory or business math the the greatest of the Christian festivals. It is the day on which life here and now? And as you have tried to be faithful here Fabulous Silk Mill" promisesto was one of 329 bills introducedinto

corrected. mental discipline involved will the Apostles and the holy women first learned the wonderfulnews to what Is highest God will give you further service In the life be an amazing and an astounding the Legislature during the

Conversa- greatly benefit all students. to and there in the fellowship of God's children the
2. County-wide that "Christ the Lord is risen indeed. Death had been come show. first week of its 1963 session.

3. At least two years of Latin conquered. Later, St. Paul was able to ask in classic words Father will reveal Himself to you. it
Mr. Magic has been a pro- Subsequently was reported
HEADS STATE OES available as an elective No "Oh Death, where is thy sting Oh Grave where Is thy vic Our Lord Jesus Christ said "In My Father's House are fessional magician for twelve from Tallahassee, a "revolu-

where in our schooling is vocabulary tory" and state emphatically "Death is swallowed up in vic- many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I
years and has toured the Unit- new financing
as such taught. Latin tory." In other words death had lost its power. go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place ed States making appearancesin proposal is being drafted that

the root of so many languages Ever since the Resurrection from the dead of Jesus for you I will come again and receive you unto myself; that theaters and major night would cut property taxes in

does more toward building Eng- where I there be also. (John 14:2-3))
.t Christ His followers have held strongly to the belief that am ye may
clubs along with a vast num- and substitute a onepenny
lish vocabulary understanding they 'too, shall rise with Him to newness of life in close fel- These statements of our Lord and others like them ber of appearances for civic sales tax to support the

grammar and simplifying any with the fact of Christ's Resurrection from the dead
lowship with God and our loved ones who have "died in coupled and charitable organizations.He State's public school system
modern language studies than the unshakable grounds for the Christians' belief in eter-
Christ. Through the Resurrection of our Lord we know that are has been appearing regu- Duval County Rep. Tom

any other subject. death is not the end of a life but simply an event in a career. nal life. This Is what the Bible says and this Is what the larly on WDBO's Channel 9, Slade is reported to be workingon

4. Seven-Period Day For It is a'great adventure; it is the entrance for us to a new and church has always taught. This Is the meaning of Easter. for the past four seasons and a bill to broaden sales taxes

reasons already given at the fuller life. We enter that life with the same character and "Christ the Lord is Risen that would increase school
Junior High level or electives. has become a favorite with

children all over Florida. funds by approximately 50 per
This seventh period would do
SCHOOL BOARD TO cent and at the same time allow
.much for the teachers In giv- Health Center Participating merchants are:
CASH BONUS:: County BUY MORE LAND a cut in Duval's 10-mill
nguthejQHt;aa,occasional j>pfio THE CRESCENT is offer- district school tax
counseling IN DOCTORS INLET levy.
for planning Dept. Store
courses or -
{ { ing $50 U. S. Savings Bondto "
students. each of the first five individuals Gets $57,000-From HEWA The Clay County Board of Mallards,5 & lOc Store

5. Remedial ReadingNeeded Public Instruction has agreedto Newman-Brown Hardware

in all schools until such or organizations Federal grant of $57,000for I The board adopted'a resolu- purchase two and onethirdacres Williams Hardware ,New Librarian;

time as the elementary schools throughout the County who the projected Clay County tion authorizing the State of land adjacent to the Thibault's Bakery !tA
sell minimum of 20 sub-
n can turn out proficient read- a Health Department to release Doctors Inlet school propertyfor Parkway Pharmacy e> '1
scriptions to THE CRES- Health Center has been approved -
Mrs. Irene Johns, of Green $36.700 in county funds which the sum of 8000. Mayhugh's DrugsGrace'
ers.Further CENT and $100 in cash to by the U. S. Dept. of
Cove last week was installedas recommendations to have accumulated during the According to the 'official Shop

worthy grand matron of be considered as soon as feasi- the person or organization I Health. Education and Welfare -. past four years from a one- minutes of the March 29th Red and White Grocery 'ir4

which sells the largest num- according to an an- finance the Van Ness Buick
the Grand Chapter of Florida ble half mill tax to meeting of the board (post-

of the Order of the East- 1. Two years of Science ber of subscriptions during nouncement made this week by project. A contract is expect- marked April 8): Bradley DrugsJ. j

ern Star. She Is past matronof The coming generations will the month of April. Twentyor Congressman D. R. Matthews.The edt o be let as quickly as plansare Slater, Smith Ins. Agency '

more subscriptions may health center will be and approved by Superintendent Long Informed Harry's Men's Furnishings :4'
the Green Cove chapter of need all the science backgroundthey completed
be turned in to THE CRES- the Board that J. P. : .
can get to keep up with on countyownedland the state and federal govern- Joy'sBrunson
OES.At CENT office at any time. If Doyle owned a piece of prop-
fronting along State Road Furniture Co.
the Installation in the the complex world of tomorrow.We ments.In .
erty adjacent to the Doctors
Jacksonville Civic auditorium feel both Chemistry and any individual or group 16 just east of the courthouseannex. other action the board AltP
Inlet school which he
gives THE CRESCENT no- property Y
approximately 3,000 membersand Physics should be available in called on the State Legislatureto Winn Dixie
tice that it has 20 or more was planning to trade to a con-
their runts also wit- all high schools. The Board of County Com- adopt a bill which would Geiger's Store

nessed the Installation of 2. Three years Social Studies subscrptions, a photogra- missioners revealed selectionof give the board power to en- tractor as down payment for Hart Furniture r T ;'
pher will be on hand to receive the building of a new home.
this site during a meeting the Fullertons
Mrs. Elizabeth Row lb, of including Civics and His- force regulations governing
The the school
Green Cove as grand mar- tory. them. Subscriptionsare Monday in which action was construction of roads, buildings property Joins Roberts' Chevrolet

shal of the State organiza $4 a year payable in ad- taken to expedite the project drainage ditches and subdivision property on the west and con- Bank of Green Cove Springs t
tarns approximately two and
( tlon. vance. expected to cost around $95- in unincorporatedareas. Smart Set Dress Shop
NO BLOOD I one-third acres. Mr. Doyle had
The election of Mrs. Johnsis 000. areas. ABC-TV
made an offer to the school
regarded as a high honor IN COUNTYA board rejected a requestby Wyman Grocery
board to sell the property for

her own chapter and for the nuclear bomb will figura- County Commissioner H. E. 800000. An appraisal bY'two

in ad- County Library ServiceFor Moody that all county bills be
district which Includes tively destroy a Florida com- qualified appraisers was requested CANCER DEATHS IN

dition to Clay County. St. munity during the next 10 days published in the local news- and each appraisedthe COUNTY ARE DOWN Mrs. Imogene Norwood has

Augustine, Palatka Crescent in the nation's first test of its paper. Board members said
Clay CountyBy property in excess of $8.- been named to succeed Mrs.
City and Hastings. blood mobilization resources.R. this would prove too costly and 000.00. Superintendent Long One of every six persons who

L. Kledzik administratorof the bills are public records died in Clay County last year Judy Carlton as head of the
stated that the additional land
P. Carlton, Librarian
the Clay Memorial Hospital, Judy which can be examined by any succumbed from the ravages of Clay County Public Library
was needed at Doctors Inlet
OP PROMENADERSTO said if the Florida Association. In 1961 the total number of employed and a bookmobile citizen upon request.HONORED. and that the school was very cancer. However the Florida system. Mrs. Carlton leave on

GIVE EXHIBITION of Blood Banks chose a Clay' books circulated in Clay County purchased. We were off and near the western property line. division of the American Can- May 1 to return to Florida

running and have gained more cer Society reported last week
The Orange Park Promenaders County community that blood was approximately 2800. In Motion by Mr. Cherry sec- State University to complete
readers daily. We still have the number of persons In the
will give exhibition ol would be made available from
an onded by Dr. Paterson that
the total number 28.- work for her Master's
1962 was Degree.
Square Dancing this Friday at Ocala which would pass it I c I areas of the county which need the Board purchase the prop- County who died of cancer last I
000. The cause for this big library service, and areas whichare year decreased while throughout Mrs. Norwood a native of
7 o'clock in front of the "old" along to Gainesville to Palatkato erty mentioned for the sum of Fla.

Post Office.It Starke and. finally to Clay jump in circulation County now being served that need 8000.00 with the stipulationthat the State, the number in- Altha.Florida State, graduated from in
is expected that some 50 County. Clay County has no wide service given through more time and larger collection the owner provide the creased.Of 1958 with a B.S. in Education.

enthusiastic dancers will par- blood bank as such, of its own. three branches a bookmobileand from which to choose. One !FT board with a warranty deed, 151 persons in the County Since that time she has been

ticipate. This group was started The city to be hit by the station. branch will move into a new title insurance and the neces- who died last year according to the
a deposit employed by Clay County
about three with missile of building during the summer; A the Society 26 died as a resultof
years ago hypothetical an aggressor sary stamps to record the papers Board of Public Instruction as
With these
figures we
four couples in the group. power-fired from, a sub new bookmobile to be pur- was passed by the board.At cancer. This figure compares a teacher of Social studies: at

Their president this year is off the coast-Is a secret to all county wide library systemis chased soon. will mean more with 32 in the County who died
the the She is married to
same meeting Clay High.
here. Persons
Larry Crutchfield. Members but the top officials of the a success service and more books to the of cancer in 1961.Throughout .
ing in remote areas of the board renamed all 14 of thecounty's Perry Norwood who also teach
have in exhibi- Florida Association of Blood! rural areas.
participated the State the
: school principals and at and has 2-
county who have never been in es Clay High, a
tions in Green Cove Springs Banks. The "target" town will Last year's summer reading number of cancer fatalitiesrose
two assistant Those
have library service principals. year-old daughter
DeLand and Jacksonville. The be announced with the suddenness a library ',club was so successful that the r from 8,274 in 1961 to an
renamed are: Mrs. Norwood will complete
through the bookmobile. Re-
caller on Friday evening will of an actual strike betweennow ;children have been wanting to estimated 8.765 last year. This
work at the of Florida
tired and Navy depen- Roy Roddy. Clay Hill Elementary University -
persons know all winter when the next
be Floyd Hazen. and April 21! according to represents a rise of approxi-
her Master's
dents use the branches. Stu- ; Augustus E. Lanier on Degree in
one starts.
Dr Robert Klein president of
mately 6 per cent.A .
dents flock to the main branchto We are profound believers Middleburg; Joseph P. Martin August and will begin working
the association. The word will
breakdown shows
COUNTY GETS $%.500 the extent they are forcedto in library service administered Doctors Inlet; Philip A. Knuth county full-time following that. She
be flashed by telephone to five
stand and work due to H. H. Snrrency. presidentof Keystone Heights; James A. that in 34 counties the numberof will be working part time dur
IN GAS TAX REFUNDS regional blood banks in the up through a county or regional

Clay County has received ap- state by Dr. Klein. These units the lack of seating space. system. How else could you the board of directors of Parker. Clay Hikh; C. Louise deaths in 1962 from than cancer in 1961.was ing the summer at the Green
greater Cove library.
proximately $2,500 from the in turn will go into immediate Problems, yest, we have themof stretch staff money and col- Clay Electric Coop for more Batten. Chas. E. Bennett Ele-
counties. the death rate
In Park will be
State gasoline tax collected action and activate more than course. Our biggest one is lection to serve a large num- than 20 years, win be awarded mentary; A. D. Duck Green Orange Library
declined somewhat and In five
moved into its new building
during the month of March two score branch or satellite not enough money. Trying to ber of people not living in one a certificate of merit by Cove Springs Junior High; counties the number of deathsin
tomorrow. Herbert Morris
operation this size concentrate geographic area? Governor Ferris Bryant next John H. Boulware. Orange says
according to Ray E. Green banks in every part of Florida. run an on
1962 remained the same as the city te anxious to have the
State Comptroller. The hour of the attack will a limited budget is very diffi Approximately 20.000 people week as the industrialist who Park Elementary; Roy Phile
most Jr W. E. Cherry Elementary In 1961. library moved so the old building -
contributed the -
Gasoline tax collections in not be known until the flash with little industryt or meansof has mon.
cult.The of C. Fred Holmes. Or- Why the cancer death rate Is can be removed from the
toward the
the County last month were goes out from headquartershere. library system is less support live in Clay Coun- development ;
Clay County. makes his home ange Park High; Theresa M. up in some locations the same premises. There are approximately -
$34,239, down approximately Immediately the branch than two years old. Prior to ty. Young people leave
native of Caldwell T. C. Miller Elemen- In others and lower in still 44>00 to :5.800 books
$250 from the preceding month. banks will start "leap-frog October 1. 1961 no money was county with regularity to find In Hawthorne. A

Mr. Green said. ging" by the fastest possible expended on library service at jobs in places with more op- Nassau County he is marriedto tary; Alice H. Hunter. A. E. other counties. is probably dependent plus other supplies and furniture -

the former Hazel Ward of Hall Elementary; Eugenia Ar- on a good many factors to be moved.
At the same time. Mr. Green means bottles with simulated all in the county except small portunities. The library can

said sales tax collection in Clay blood to the regional centers at sums in Woman's Club libra help them prepare for better New York. They have five grett. R. C. Bannerman Ele- a Society spokesman said. Beginning this week the

children and 21 grandchildren. mentary; Galvin H. Brown, There could be such factors of bookmobile began stopping on
County last month totaled ap- Pensacola, Jacksonville Orlando ries. When the county was per- jobs by providing materials to
has beenon Dunbar High; Thomas E., age population increases or decreases Russell Road at Mw. DoaaJdMoore'
proximately 13000. This figureis Tampa and Miami. suaded to appropriate enoughto contribute to educational opportunities Surrency

somewhat above sales taxes In the case of disaster the receive a federal grant the in the community.It the board of Clay Electric Smith asst. principal Chas. E. air pollution amok- ceramic shop. It arrives -

collected in the preceding blood will be routed to the woman's clubs turned over their may have some part in at- for nearly a quarter of a Bennett Elementary; S. Pope ing, lack of knowledge and perhaps at 1:15 pm. and will be

,month but slightly under the disaster city by the civil de- book collection to set up the tricting new industry to the century and has been its Griffin m. asst. principal. Orange a good many other varia making the stop' on alternate

'-collections in ,March, 1962. fense organization. three branches. A librarian was area as well. president since 1910. Park High. bles. Tuesdays.

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QKau Gtauntg ".=-,t THURSDAY APRIL 11, 1963 :
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dresccut ; otItkkcr a., ,' Hill News Notes I
Claw! Counts! MHC & .1 Clay :

by DUNCAN GROWER each service at the church to
l We wish to express our deepest -
"1 hold the maxim no less applicable to public Penney FarmsHhe friend said to call the In.
. "A crusader's role is never an easy one my sympathy to the families of people
than to affairs, that honesty is always the
-......private... me. I Mrs. Fannie Manning and Har-
best policy." meeting of the Woman's Sunday "Jesus Cruc ied." "So who wants to be a crusader" I asked him. "The only rison Mosley. Both of these There were 97 present for
GEORGE WASHINGTON Christian Temperance Union thing I have ever crusaded for was more money in the County I Sunday School at the Caleb
,, friends have on to their
will be held in the lecture room Persons having oils or that would produce more advertising in THE CRESCENT that noge church the Nursery Depart-
at 3 o'clock next Tuesday. water-color paintings done would feed three children with hollow legs." reward their race Is run their ment won the banner with a

Better Schools ? :Mrs. H. L. Rust will presentMrs. abroad are asked to contact "You must admit" he said "that you enjoy waving the troubles of this life are over, grade of 75 per cent. The Be-
M. O. Robbins who will Mrs. Emma Nymyer or the Rev. I I banner. and we should not weep for ginners were next In line with .
recommendations presented this week to the Cla1'County Peace Thomas S. Cleaver for exhibi- I
"The Corps.
The speak on a grade of 55 per centThe
Committee to Im- "You're right. I said. "I do.like to wave a banner. Ita in them. True their places In the
Board of Public Instruction by the A talk on "The Life of Frances tion In the "International Art Homecoming services at
considerationby favor of motherhood. fair play and more advertising In THE home are vacant but they have
prove Our Schools are worthy of the most earnest Willard" will be given by Mrs. Exhibit" at the Memorial this church will be June 16. All
every parent in the County. Rust and the devotional service Home Community on April 26. CRESCENT. gone to their' eternal home are welcome who will attend
Adoption of these recommendations, right down the line will be led by Mrs. Char- I could see that I was getting no where. My friend stared where we part no more. May these services.

would raise the calibre of our public school system which, according lotte Harvey. Mrs. C. A. G. The D. W. Morton Men's Bible off over the river at a'full moon no stage designer would dare to the Lord comfort each and

to the committee, is minimal under Florida standards.As Pease will act as hostess for Class will hold their'* an- try to copy. every one of both families. Nellie Wilkinson Is home
much as or more than industry. Clay County the afternoon.The nual dinner and social occasionat "I remind myself frequently," I said at length "of an idiotI from the hospital but we understand
needs the very highest calibre of education in its public schools. the Park of the Palms onThursday knew overseas. By the alchemy known only to the United she Is not improvingIn
Even assuming the County now faces a vast industrialization Clinic Benefit Society April 18th, at 12 States military service this man. named Smith had achievedthe Aunt Babe Padgett Is much health as we all had hoped.
the quality of our public education will shape the political and annual meeting and picnic was o'clock noon. The Rev. Clar- rank of colonel and was put in command of one of the majorair Improved in health. Is able to

social atmosphere of our future and newcomers brought in by held at Gold Head Branch ence,A. Miller is In charge of bases in North Africa. Having been a civilian all his life he be up and seems to be her old
Industry will remain outsiders unless the educational levels State Park on Monday.Recent the program and promises a became such a zealot for military etiquette that he thought if self again. Yougan was able togo 1' We had 63 present in Sunday
here are equal to those of the newcomers.The happy time for all. I he passed an enlisted man 40 times a day he was entitled to 40 last School at Highland, the Primary -
fsihing, Friday
so we
Committee to Improve Our Schools is not shooting at the guests of the Rev. salutes. He was constantly probing, with all his zeal. Into the take it for granted he Is much class has the banner yet
moon but aiming at a gradual rise in the standards of our SyS- and Mrs. Clarence A. Miller The baseball fans roundupon fingernails of a bunch of aircraft mechanics. The result was improved also. When he Isn't with a grade of 75 per cent. ,

tem of public education. These recommendations cannot be were their son and daughter- last Saturday brought together that he became in short order a heartily despised man." able to fish, you can figure The Beginners were next witha
under of 70 cent.
brushed under the rug by a decision to "take them con- in-law. Mr. ad Mrs. Paul N. five of the through to grade per
dyedinthewool "When this sad fact at long length speeped Yougan Is a real sick man.
sideration. Miller of Chicago and Mr. and faithful the Rev. Clarence Washington," I continued. "Colonel Smith was recalled. I think
They should be considered, and if they are found by the Mrs. William Lamb of Oil City. The Clay Hill church had 75
A. !Miller the Rev. Thomas they made him a brigadier general when he got back. But before -
members of the Board of Public Instruction to be "unfeasible Penna. Mr. Miller Is sales S. Cleaver the Rev. F. W. he left word got round that he was leaving and such was Mrs. Gertrude Cotti has In Sunday School Sunday ..
then there should be a public explanation of why and wherein manager of the refrigeration Oils Mr. J. M. Rice and Mr. the jubilation among everyone that he was given a military re- been visiting friends at Clay morning. This church Is really
Hill for several
they are not feasible. division of the Norge Corporation. R. E. Bohner. This aggregation view. Some sergeant hauled down the flag and presented It to days. expanding in this area. We are
Actually the recommendations are only a beginning. They traveled to the baseball him. They were that glad to be done with him. The colonel so pleased to know the servicesare
might have asked why there are 25-30 students per teacher at I park at Jacksonville to see the rushed about Cairo in his last hours having all his enemies auto- We forgot to mention last progressing so well and so
the Charles E. Bennett school in Green Cove and 16 students per Miss Martha Benson Is St. Louis Cardinals play the craph the flag and then the boob took it to the commanding week that we were honored many are taking so much Interest -

teacher at the Penney Farms school. Why has Clay County spending the Easter vacation Philadelphia Phillies. Win or general and displayed it as a token of his military grandeur.The with the two oldest ministersin : in the work. The Lord
never adopted the recommendations of the State on the consolidation with friends In St. Petersburg. lose, all enjoyed the afternoon. commanding general, who bore him no love told him If the Black Creek Associationat ''Is blessing the church In a

of schools Why do public school students in Green Cove She will be there until Mon- he could quickly lay his hands on some ink eradicator and get the Homecoming at Highland great way. Some of the young

get a chance'at only a single year of Latin when the members of day. Mrs. Earl Morrison Is at st.Vincent's the autographs off the American flag he might be able somehow and these two men are people of the community are
the Board of Public Instruction must know that the English Hospital as a resultof to forestall a general court martiat""I both named Jim-Jim Conway doing great work in the church
language is built on Latin and who can speak English without'basic a Mr. and Mrs. George Grimm having broken her hip late don't follow you," my friend said. He was plainly disap- who is still an active ministerof and that Is what each and every

knowledge of Latin and their son, Warren and in March. She reported hav- pointed at my recital. the Gospel and Jim Strick- church needs the young peo-

Acceleramus! Mrs. Louise Pic. all of New ing the most comfortable day "All I am trying to tell you." I said "is that if zeal land who takes part In serviceson ple to work. We pray the Lord's
Hyde Park, N.Y., were guests since the accident. She expectsto whether it's for motherhood or church sextons or advertisingIn special occasions.We blessings on each and every one
of Mrs. Karen H. Kiser of of these good folks.
be in the Mary Olin Clinic
THE CRESCENT is greater than Judgment you're in the
Bon VoyageThis Penney Farms. They are spend- by the time this news item Is
soup. Fiorello LaGuardia was once described as having the zeal played hookie from the
ing their spring vacation in published.Mr. of St. George and the manners of St. Vitus. My zeal in forwardIng Highland Sunday School and FORD MAGAZINE
when Washington hotels and government Florida
Is the season the progress of Clay County was St. George's. My under- church Sunday morning and
corridors are filled with the happy giggling and whispering of Morrison is with his son standing of the real issues was, at least, on the track. My judg- attended church at Caleb STIMULATES TOURISM
school youngsters from all over the nation. The following word has been Dr. Robert Morrison In Waterloo
high Beginning this month 2,100
ment of the people involved would never qualify me as a psycho- Church another church that
of the Clay and Orange Park high school are received from Mrs. Edith Bock
The seniors Iowa. analyst." Jim Srickland organized about Southern Ford and Lincoln-
about to Join the ranks. who is in Boston. Mass.: "We dealers will offer
"But," he butted "you've been a crusader fifty years ago. He expectedto
Clay High seniors will spend a few hours, en route visiting are more than busy as you can Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bibbee of "You're right I told him. "I have been a crusader. Only see several of the "old time"members free copies of a 128-page full-
Williamsburg in a few hours is a little well imagine but the weatheris
Williamsburg. Seeing Cincinnati called upon Mr. but color book, "Ford Guide to
present Just
direction""Are one
In the
I've had the pointed wrong
like writing a book on Renaissance Italy after a week's tour. nice which helps a lot. Also I and Mrs. H. E. Everley and you really in favor of motherhood?" he asked .me. It couple namely Percy and Eliz- Southern Journeys," as the
Even the motion picture depicting the founding of Virginia being with our family and Mrs. C. C. Caldwell former abeth Wainwright. Others of central feature of a program
which Is a MUST In any visit to Williamsburg, takes something friends in between helps much. Cincinnatians, last Sunday. was a pointed question."Yes" designed by the company to
the he knew while pastor-
I said "I am In favor of motherhood. I also favor ones
like an hour to see. The Governor's palace. Bruton parish, the Tuesday night we celebratedour The Bibbees spend the winter ing this church members help stimulate travel in the
In Clay County. Economic progress I mean. That'swhat
Christopher Wren building a hundred other places will pro- wedding anniversary. Henry's each year at Clearwater. They
will give the merchants of the County more money and If there yet but one, Bulah Taylor South.
duce a giddy confusion in a few hours. and Harold's birthdays at were on their way back to Cin- in the this Thirty-six articles Invite
was hospital on
they have more money THE CRESCENT will get more adver-
Two days in Washington: the White House, the Capitol our daughter's home and it was cinnati. Mr. Bibbee spent 37 particular day others were on Southerners to explore travel ..

the Mellon Gallery, the Pentagon, the Washington Monument wonderful to be with them. We years as an agricultural coun- tising."What are you against then?" he asked me. the sick list we did not get to and recreation centers, all of
the Lincoln Memorial the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Arlington hope to get home by May 1st ty agent before he retired five which offer equal allure to motorists -
We received
"I'm against in fact I'm bitterly opposed, I said "to see a warm
the old houses of Georgetown and on and on. at the latest"Mrs. years ago. He was also associ- and stupidity welcome from the ones who of other regions. Color
We take this opportunity to wish these brave youths a happy ated with the late C. C. Cald- reproductions of original paintIngs -
were there young and old. The
"They don't usually go together he observed.
Journey and a safe return. We hope too, that their feet and Ira Frey had as herguests well for many years in thecounty by prominent Southern
pastor J. E. Ingram delivereda
"Ah. but when they do it's something to behold, I con-
backs are strong and their minds clear. last week Mrs. Martha agricultural agent'swork. cluded. very inspiring message one artists who capture the charm

Harm. A.N., and a couple she that warms the heart as well and beauty of story subjects
was accompanying to Miami I TO SING CANTATA KEYSTONE CHORAL GROUPOn as corrects ones mistakes. We Illustrate the volume.
Like Father Like Son ? from St. Paul Minn. Wesley L. Truscot a sopho- really enjoyed this visit also. A "starter" guide to approximately -
more at Daivdson College Good Friday evening at I lude also by Bach will be Among the outstanding thingswe 200 outstanding Southern -

One of life's little Ironies was played out on the White The Rev. George P. Howard, spent his Easter vacation with 8 o'clock April 12, the Key "Christ in Death's Bondage noticed about this churchwes restaurants is Included

House lawn Tuesday afternoon. retired missionary to South his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. stone Choral Group will give Lay The public is cordially the church bell ringing In the book for "auto explor-
There before an extraordinarily distinguished gathering, America will be he preacher. Basil R. Truscott. Wesley's their first major cantata. This invited to attend. caling folks to services. This ers." The only restaurant listed -
President Kennedy proclamed Winston Churchill an honorary at the Penney Memorial parents live in Bogota Colom- reminded us of days gone by that Is close to Clay County
American citizen characterizing him as "the most honored and Church worship service at 11 bia, where Mr. Truscott is rep- group is composed of the best Special soloists will be: Mrs. when the church bell was tolled Is! El Patio in St. Augustine.
honorable man to walk the stage of history in the time In whichwe o'clock Sunday morning. resentative of one of the large voices from the various choirsin R obert Hendry> and Mrs. L. L

live." oil corporations. Mr. and Mrs. the Keystone churchestheFirst Lyons, sopranos; Mrs. Carle-

So far. eo good. On Thursday at 7:30: o'clock Truscott are awaiting anotherson Baptist the St. Anne's ton Paul Mrs. Paul Travis,,' NOW OPENMIDDLEBURG
But as this unique ceremony was going on, according to the Holy Week communion and his family. Dr. and Episcopal and the Commu- Mrs. Mary Brokas and Miss I

the Associated Press the President's father, old Joe Kennedy, service will be conducted by Mrs. B. Lionel Truscott and nity Church. The Cantata will Marjorie Lyons, altos; Rev ; BARBERSHOPMlddleburg
viewed the rites from an upstairs window In the White House. the Rev. Thomas S. Cleaver. two children who will spend be held at the First Baptist Paul Travis, Mr. Walter Bach- Florida

Old Joe was one of Franklin Roosevelt's numerous ambassadors the Easter weekend in the Me- church. mann tenors, and bass, Mr..1 (Hwy. 21 Across from Mlddleburg School)
to England Just before World War n. As any good Irishman Friday. April 12th from 1:30 morial Home Community. Dr. John Coligan.
should he openly loathed every Englishman who walked.To to 3 o'clock the Good Friday Truscott Is chief neurologist of Mr. Ralph G. Copeland organist HAIRCUTS $1.00 I
such an extent, he was. at length, recalled. Service will be led by the Rev. the Veterans Hospital and Albany and director will use Congregations from all Key- FREE LoUIepops for the kiddies!

What thoughts must have been going through the old man's Ralph Hall Collis. Medical Center at Al- for his prelude "Come Sweet stone churches will be participating HOURS 9:30 ajn. 7:30 p.m.Quality.
mind as he watched his son do this rightly-deserved honor to bany. N.Y. Death" by J. S. Bach. The post- in this event.

the man who Is, almost surely one of the half dozen great Beginning April 6th our own .

figures not of our generation but of the history of the Professor Ralph Waldo Nelson
western world. If he thinks as he did in the days of yore, old takes over the Saturday and
Joe must have opined that his son had sold Eire down the river Sunday columns that the retiring -

for a mess of publicity. Dr. Caleb J. King Sr..
has been contributing to the
editorial page of the Florida
Middleburg Notes Times-Union. The Sunday col- C
umn will treat a high point in
the International Bible Lesson
Reporter: BLANCH BOREE ,
for that day; the Saturdaytheme
Phone BU 2-5348 will be more general.

The title for last Saturday was
The annual Easter sunrise home of Mrs. Vernon Brinsonin
"The Uses fPaln" and for
service will be held at o'clock Macclenney. o

in the school stadium. The Bap- EASTERN STAR _

tist church will be in charge. Mrs. Tommy Gisson has returned NEWS

The Rev. James Branch pas- from Kite. Ga., where Keystone Heights Eastern _

tor of Black Pond church, will she visited relatives. Star Chapter 279 will honor
be the speaker. the new district Instructor _
Main Boree has returned Mrs. Geneva "Josie" Land of

Recent guests of Mrs. F \V. home after being hospitalized: Newberry Chapter 198 at their

dinc, her nece. Charolette and the Masonic Hallat 8:00: .

rjr hew. Charles. Jr.. from I Henry Howard Is home p.m.Worthy .. q': avxaw w s-....,..t..pafgrr.i-sar-9
Jacksonville.Mr. from the hospital and Is doing Matron Phyllis Hus- .46 s ---
well. sey, will conduct the meeting,
calling on Past Worthy Ma-
M. F. Austin of DeLand T
William Starling Is hospital- tron Beatrice Schroeder for a C'" g VAOL.
V.Mted Mrs. F. W. Budington. ized at Clay Memorial Hospital. report as chairman of the Library -
Mrs. W S. Lee and Mrs. W. S. at Grand Chapter In ,., iiii:
Oliver Sunday.Mr. __ --.-.-.-
Jacksonville the week of April -
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thomas 1-5 and also for a report from

and Mrs. R. A. Brinson visited Mrs. R. H. Boyles and Past Worthy Matron Ernes-

and children were guests last Mrs. Frances Wilkinson In tine Eisenacher, who was es-

S-iaday at a family gathering Jacksonville Thursday.A cort-page to State grand treasurer -
which Included Miss Sue Brin- Mary Laura Johnson of
ton Mr.. and Mrs. A. Vernon recent guest of Mr. and Gainesville.
Bnnson and son. and other Mrs. Claude Thomas was Mrs.Minnie .
r..tlS'f's' < fro mGeorgia. at the : Gnann of Gainesville.


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The VJ-A. Woman's Club of
Col. James T. Durham recently Mrs. Hettie Herzog of St..
Green Cove Springs held its ServicemenMERIDIAN
returned from Vietnamand Augustine spent Sunday in
April luncheon meeting last
joined his family at Magnolia Green Cove visiting wiiii
Thursday. Mrs. Chauncey
MISS. Navy : Springs apartments. Col. friends.
Moore president presided. ;
Durham was stationed in Viet-
Following luncheon :Mrs. Ensign David J. Wilhelm. son

Ralph Milberger program of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wil nam for a year. The Durhams' The evening Circle of the

chairman, gave a talk on In- helm of Keystone Heights last next station will be Ft. Lee Women of the Presbyterian

ternational Relations. Her sub- 7// 1 month made his first solo flightin Virginia. Church will meet on Tuesday
at 7:30 o'clock at the home of
ject was "The PanAmericanStory. r
trainer while
a Jet
undergoing -
." Rev. and Mrs. C. E. van der Mrs. Frank Bryan. 115 East
flight training with Train- Maaten will have as guests Walburg Street.
The luncheon tables were
decorated by Mrs. Charles ing Squadron Seven at the Mc- ,j during the Easter holidays
Cain Field Naval Auxiliary Air ""'" their daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Bayer. Jr.. with Easter Rab- Mrs. Tracy Saunders has returned
Station Meridian Miss. Ens. Robert van der Maaten and
bits and baskets of eggs loaned from Detroit where she
Wilhelm entered the service in their grandchildren. Cindy,
by Mayhugh's Drug Store. : attended the wedding of her
4 ti June 1962 and is graduate of
a i Crock and Chuck. Their son,
The hostesses were Mrs. A. x ," son. Ensign Tracy Saunders
the University .of Florida, Robert der is
I Ii van Maaten expected -
B. Reid, chairman; Mrs. C. R. : Jr.
i Gainesville Fla. t$ to join them during
Willison, Mrs. Harry Perlman. 1 hs
their visit here.
Mrs. Charles Bayer. Jrs Mrs. \. The Ladies of the Sacred

John Hendricks and Mrs. De- Shown above are the Candystrlper of Clay Memorial Heart Catholic will hold a

ward Priest. Hospital. They are left to right: Peggy Bailey, Patricia Wells David George aviation elec- David Minge, who Is now em- Rummage Sale on Saturday

Janice Eschock, and Bonnie Gibson. These girls have given 100 trician's mate third class USN. ployed by the Charleston Naval April 18th.iioios.

CHURCH NOTICE hours to hospital work. Not pictured with the Candystripersis son of Mrs. Pearl George of Shipyard, is attending a six

Caroline Spearman who has 50 hours to her credit. Middleburg. has completed: f weeks course in Syracuse N.Y.,
training exercises in the Carib-i at the General Electric labora-

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Ladies' bean area near Roosevelt Road,I tories. These classes
are on
SOCIETY Auxiliary Of Clay Puerto Rico while serving with, new electronics equipment used BY KOZA

Cor. E. Houston St. A Patrol Squadron 16. LI in conjunction with our fleets'

X. Magnolia Ave Memorial Has Meeting new missile-firing ships. The Hilltop Photo Studio

GREEN COVE SPRINGS We will cover yourPhotographic
Donald C. McMuiray elec rhoto by Gene Koa John Hendricks has returned
FLORIDA The Woman's Auixilary of lips president, presiding. -
trician's mate first class, USN. home from Clay Memorial needs for
Clay Memorial Hospital held Yearly reports of the various Schiele-Stone
Services held Sundayat committees were given andit son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. WeddingMiss Hospital where he underwent Portraits, Weddings, Church
11 its meeting last Thursday
a.m. was announced that the McMurray of Orange Park is \oJ surgery. He Is reported to be
April 4th at the Parish Hall of Wanda Renee Stone Mrs. Edith Hardee, sister of Social and Fraternal
coming along
serving aboard the antisubmarine nicely and is
A cordial invitation is extendedto auxiliary has purchased a delivery -
attend our services. the St. Mary's Episcopal table for the hospital to warfare support air- daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. TracyH. the groom. She wore a beige very appreciative of the many And All Other Occasions

Church with Mrs. Gladys Phil- replace the one they had that craft carrier USS Intrepid, cur- Stone of Bowling Green. suit with matching hat and a kindnesses of his friends.
rently participating in warfare Florida, became the bride of corsage of small orchids. For Appointment Call
was obsolete. They are consid-
ering another piece of equip- training in the Caribbean. Frank Lewis Schiele, Jr., son of George Wyman served as I Mrs. Daisy Fisher leaves on GENE KOZA

; I'VE MOVED! ment that they hope to pre- Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Schieleof best man and Frank Szortykawas :Monday. to spend several

sent to the hospital In the near Green Cove Springs last an usher.A months at her home in Boone. 2849268GREEN
future. HIGH SCHOOL BANDRATED Thursday evening at 7:30 reception followed at the N.C. Soon after arriving In

RALPH F. MILBERGER The 'auxiliary is selling "EXECELLENT" o'clock in the Sacret Heart home of Mr. and Mrs. Reid Boone, she will go to Washing COVE SPRINGSThis
Church. The Rev. Corde performed ton. D.C., to visit relatives for
birthday calendars and cook- The Orange Park High Wager.
books and are most anxious to School Band directed by H. M. the ceremony. The couple hopes to residein several weeks.

remind everyone to save their King was judged excellent in The bride who was given in Jacksonville. Mrs. Schieleis

AIR CONDITIONING cancelled stamps. They may be all areas of performance at the marriage by Mr. Schiele worea presently in training in the

left at the hospital or with any District 7 Band Contest in St. white sharkskin suit with, a Orange Memorial Hospital in

SERVICE auxiliary member.At Augustine last Saturday.The small white hat with a circular Orlando and Mrs. Schiele is

t this meeting ten new veil. Her corsage was a large with the Peninsular Life Insurance -%: Week's
SPRING CHECK UP TIME rating of excellent was
white orchid.
nurses aides were capped. Company In Jackson-
for your awarded for concert playing
The matron of honor was ville.
AUTOMOBILE: AIR CONDITIONERGrace sight reading and marching.
CARD OF THANKSMr. I Wayne Spivey also was Judged t : BONUSBUYS
& Ferris Street Green Cove Springs and .l\1n. Albert Pierce CLAY III SENIORS HEADING FOR D.C. ( L
excellent as student director. I I
+ would like to take this meansof :
(next to bus station) expressing their sincere appreciation The clarinet trio, consistingof Members of__ the____ _senior_____ classand_n___ :Mrs. J. L Brack. I

Home Phone: 284.9780 Business Phone: 284-9431 to the many friends Wayne Spivey, Gena Tim- of Clay High and five Chaperons Members of the senior class "

who have in many wonderfulways mer and Shirley Roberson, received will, leave for their annual who plan to make the trip are:
ministered to them dur- a rating of excellent; s=
visit to Washington on Mon- Sylvia Gail Wilkes Jean
ing Mr. Pierce' weeks In thehospital. the flute trio. Including -Beverly -
day. 1 Brown. Joyce Perlman Nancy
Wilford Linda
The expressions of Duncan
The 39 seniors and their Brack. Jean Rivers. Clara
? and Patsy St. excellent
Going Fishing love, cards of cheer flowers Petery. :
chaperons will leave Green: Strickland Susan Wicks. Max-
and most of all for their prayers the clarinet trio, Yvonne Pop- i

SALLY and ED MANALIO which have meant so much.A pell. Sandra Nelson and Janet Cove Railway on the at Atlantic 4:30 o'clock CoastLine Mary ine Eddy.Ann Sandra Michaud Underwood Lillian, I Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps j I IA

special mention is given to Crosby, good; the saxophone
ofSally' Monday afternoon. They are Knowles. Judith LeClaire Pa-
the entire staff of the Clay quartet. Don Finney Craig
( Bait Tackle of Orangedale) Memorial HospitaL May God Voight. Deanna Timmer and scheduled to return to Green tricia Eddy LaVerne Branham,
Cove next Saturday.On Caralyn Geiger, Sherrianne
Have opened a new store at bless each one. Carlton Stanlslawshi. superior;
sched- Getz, Sandra Stump. Alice
Tuesday they are
Magnolia Springs Marina Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pierce the clarinet quartet. Bonnie
Thomas. Pat Howell. Carol uled to visit Williamsburg Va., Clevinger Wayne Knowles, P FRUITCocktail

They can now serve you on both sides of the river for all Stanislawski. and Ruthanna and they will arrive in Wash- Harvey Mears Tommy Clark.

Your Fishing Needs at CLAY THEATREMon. Brodowski, excellent; and the ington that evening, Sherwood Gustafson. Charles
clarinet quartet, Pat Hill. According to Miss Martha Anderson. Jerald Akers. Leon

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS BAIT, & TACKLE SHOP Jackie Brouillette, Lana Ral- Rogers senior sponsor no Hodge. John Kessel. George
thru Fri. one show only has been solicited for Weeks John Bowles. William
(Just Over Governors Creek Bridge) eigh, and Janet Blair excellent.A money
Box office opens 7:15 p.m. the trip. Each student will pay Kenney. Robert Bradley. Stan-

PICNIC AREA Feature mixed clarinet quartet. his own expenses.In ley Burris. Steven Day, Thomas
Begins 7:45 p.m.
Martin Hill Wayne Spivey, addition to Miss Rogers :Milberger, Patrick Fitzsim-
Soft Drinks Ice Cream Candy Sat.-Sun 2 p.m. continuous Ruthanna Brodowski and Susan chaperons will be G. C. Weeks mons, Ben Scarborough. David -

Highway 17 Green Cove Springs Phone 284-6711 Weigle was judged super- Mrs. R. A. Underwood and Mr. Heney and John Johnston.

ior; a cornet trio. John Center, Ilb.loz.
.Robert Berry and James Rogers 99c
Wed. Thurs. &; FridayApril superior; a brass sextet. CA..sJA.
10, 11 & 12 I. Hear programs of
Charles Ware David Moore.


I Paul Newman Rowe and J. P. Tynes super-

REAR WINDOW ior; a trombone quartet. Wendell RECORDED
James Stewart Payne,Danny Spivey Walter I


excellent; and a brass sextet, .
Sat.- April 13 E PARKERApple
VARAN Ed Rowe Danny Spivey. .:-r- 1IUSIC
Charles Ware. John Center, 3 ', 1
(Corner Walnut and Magnolia) Judy Frisbee, and David Moore DAILY

excellent.In .
ON VENUS the baton twirling compe-- ON

tion. the twirling duet by Gena

FREE RENTincludes Timmer and Deanna Timmerwas
Sniu Mon., Tues. &; Wed. I
judged good the twirling
April 14, 15. 16 &; 17 ;
JUMBO duet by Shirley Roberson and WAYR-550

Pat Howell. average; and Susan -
Store Fixtures
and Apartment above Store Doris Day
Weigle's twirling solo, av-
Phone 284-3350 Stephen Boyd

Director King and the Raider -

Band will perform again for

the second year during the St.

REVLON Augustine Easter Festival next

Easter Specials Monday.

The. Band Association has

used the money earned at the


Facial $700, to purchase more large
Moisture Moisturizing
Instruments for the band.
Freshener Balm Cleanser

$1.75 Value NOW $5.00 $1:00 Value SOW $6.85 $8.00 Value NOW $t.50 'BOLIXESSCIroRCH
Corsages, Hydrangeas, Easter

Also Vermont Are.

BEVLON Green Cove Springs Cut Flowers, Arrangements

Living Curl Hair .Spray' Giant Size Ton have a .

Special Intitationto 3 1 lb. 14 oz. 89c

Special $1.75 attend ; 'COOPER'S FLOWERS CANS "

Church and Sunday School .
AtMayhugh's .', S" -

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Preaching 11:00 a.m. .
Drug StoreMagnolia Sunday Kite Serv. 7:00 p.m. 410 North Orange Ave. Green Cove Spring
Prayer M. Thur 7:30 p.m. : 1- Prices in this ad are effective through Saturday April

Pastor, neT. J. C- Maynor Phone 284-3415 13th. 115 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
St. Phone 284-5 111 Green Cove Springs Phone-EV 9- Sao :


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h Events Of The Week Orange Park Socials I OP SENIORS GO TO WASHINGTONThe .

I senior class of Orange 8:30 In the morning.
Presb!*rian Candlelight Com- April 14, at 5 pjn. at the Park High school left on Tues-
Mr. and Mrs. William "Skip" spent the week end as guestof Last Saturday's senior barbeque -
munion Thursday, April I day morning on their class trip
the seniors and
put on by
Davis the birth of the Graham Townsends.
announce a
church Raider Band Concert Monday -
11 at 7:30 pjn. at the
; Washington. C.
their parents to raise money
Orange Park High PFA April 15, at 8 pjn. at the ns daughter. Toy-Ann. on April
Accompanying them as chap- for the Washington trip raised
Thursday. April 11. at 8 p.m. St. Augustine Band Shell. 7 at Baptist HospitalIn Mrs. Clyde Wright is recup-
Mrs. C. F. almost toward their
Jacksonville. She erons were: Holmes $500 e-x-
at the school cafetorium. Orange Park-NAS Girl Scout weighedin erating at home after surgeryat
Mrs. W. C. Roberson. Mr. and.
Lions Record Hop Neighborhood Meeting at 8 lbs. 5 oz. Her maternal Memorial .
Teenage Clay Hospital.Mr.
_ Mrs. G. W. Ryan and Mrs. The Boosters Club donkey
Saturday, April 13, at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 16. at 9:30: grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Gales. The Washington trip is basketball game which took
at the 0 P Lions Club. ajn. at the NAS Scout Hut. :. Ben Suddeth of Orange Park.
-A L and Mrs. Durrell Vincentare a planned tour by the Seaboard, place after the barbeque was
Community Easter Sunrise Orange Park Civitans Tuesday .
bW>. enjoying a visit from her Railroad. The group is scheduled rained out after only about
Service Sunday April 14, April 16, at 7 pjn. atCharlie's Mrs. H. L. Stephens and her
sister and brother-in-law Mr. to return on Saturday at half an hour of play.
two sons returned last
at 6:01: ajn. at Moosehaven. Restaurant. young I
and Mrs. Morrison S. Gannonof
Presbyterian Easter Egg Hunt Doctors Inlet P-TA Tues- 'Yc week from visiting her parentsin
Wilmington Delaware. The
for Kindergarten and Pri- day, April 16, at 7:30 pjn. Pensacola. ,
Gannons and Vincents attended -
mary Children Sunday at the school.
the Masters Golf Tourna-
Y Cheryl Byrne; former Orange
Park resident was a week-end ment last week end and then

house guest of Joan Gorski.Cheryl's returned together to the Vin- NATIONALLY: ADVERTISED PERMANENT S

i ,, cent home on East Holly Point.
REAL ESTATE ; mother, Mrs. Roger
$13.50 and up at U price:
Byrne. and her sister Hillary

INSURANCE APPRAISALS also came up from their homein Visiting the A. C. Boyettslast CALL -

Lake Worth and visited Mrs. week-end were their son.

Byrne's brother Earl Moss, 2nd Lt. Warren Boyett, and Mabels Beauty Salon

Frank W. Brownand and his family. Roger Byrne; their daughter Beverly. Beverly -
has been teaching In the 1921 Highway 17 Oraax Park

Associates GRACE EPISCOPAL Canal Zone and is here now to Congress 4-9353

shop for her trousseau. Her
1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone marriage to Lt. jg) Reginald

Orange Park CO 49504We Holy Week services at Grace Hayden U.S.N.R. will take

Episcopal Church. Orange Parkas place in August in the Canal
Come and Join the Fun,
announced by the rector, Zone.

The Rev. Thomas D. Ryan, above, executive director of the Rev. Donald R. Clawson at the

\\"esleyl\Ianor Retirement Community and a former pastorof will be as follows: Maundy

eWe T Jacksonville's Lakeshore Methodist Church, has been pro- Thursday at 7:45 pjn.. Holy TEENAGERS TO Roller SKATING Rink

moted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the Chaplain's Communion; Good Friday at HOP WITH LIONS

V Corps of the Army. Mr. Ryan, during the construction of the 7:45 pjn.. a service of meditations -
Service olkswagens The Orange Park Lions Club Idlewild Ave. Across from the Courthouse Annex
multi-million dollar Wesley Manor in Mandarin resides in with sermon; Easter Eve, -
Doctors Inlet. 0:30: ajn. Easter Egg Hunt at will sponsor its monthly teen-
alsoSports agers record hop at the Lions Green Cove Springs
the home of Mrs. W. A. Mason
The insignia of lieutenant colonel was pinned on the
Club this at
Cars chaplan by Col. Rufus C. Blanton, Jr., who commands the 167 Stiles Avenue; 3:00 pjn. 8 o'clock. SHOE SKATES TO FIT EVERYONE
400th Military Police Prisoner of War Camp USAR, Jacksonville Holy Baptism and 4 pjn. Chil-
_1 dren's Easter Service. Lion Ray Bradley, chairmanof

SPRING MOTORSGreen Easter Day services will include this project, reports that HOURS -
Colonel Ryan has more than 21 years of military service
celebration of the the number of teenagers attending -
four of which were on active duty, wartime assignments.He Mon. thru Thurs.-7:00 p.m.10:00 p.m.
Cove Springs Phone 284-9209 Communion at 7 ajn. and seri i has been increasingevery
first entered the military service with commissionas .
a time and he invites all
mon and Holy Communion at Sat. 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. (Beginners session
a Second Leiutenant of Infantry out of ROTC his
upon 8 and 10 ajn. with special of those between 13 and 18
graduation as an AB in agriculture with honors from the Uni- Easter music by the choir. years of age to come out for a 12 years old & under)
versity of Florida.
There will be church schoolon good time.
Part of his four years of active Army duty spent in no 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.
COTNEY TIRE SERVICE was Easter Day but there will bea The Lions have posted some
combat in Germany where as a platoon leader and
company program for the children "ground rules" for the benefitof 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.11:00 p.m.
commander in both infantry and armored divisions, he
was through the fourth grade in all and the chaperons this
O awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Combat Infantry Sun. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.
the parish house during the 8 Saturday will be Mr. Bradley

Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size Badge. and 10 ajn. services. :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horton, 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

The nursery will be open for and Dr. and Mrs. Charles M.
RAIDERS HONORED AT LIONS BANQUET all Holy Week services. Rogers.
Disfc. Miller Tires-Autolite BatteriesCor.
Jerry Mclaughlin was awarded leaders. The girl basketball .

a trophy for being the most players and cheerleaders presented -

.Park and King Jacksonville, Fla. valuable varsity player at the gifts to Mrs.. Payne and
1962-63 Raiders basketball Mrs. Yovanoff.

EV 0-3027:: or EV 4-6401 banquet held Monday eveningat
the Orange Park Lions club.

Buck Weaver was presented

with his captain's letter, Don- COME IN
na Gales received the trophyfor
... _
most valuable girls varsity : 9. ... _
player, and Margaret Holmeswas

given an award from the r:; :,
US .: ,
ORANGE PARK Girls Big .0' Club for most

athletic girl.

All varsity and J. V. players ;
1005 U. S. 17 Phone 264-6431
Highway both boys and girls, and the 'T

varsity and J. V. cheerleaderswere '_:
given their letters. On

hand for the occasion were _I _

coaches Pope Griffin Larry

WEEK END SPECIALS Lesley, Carl Duncan, and Ken- i

na Clark and their wives,

SMOKED BY THE PIECEBACON principal C. F. Holmes, girls

lb. coaches Mrs.. Nora Payne and \ Y
Mrs. Yovanoff and membersof

the Orange Park Lions Club. ..

ARMOURS SHOKTVG The dinner was prepared by
Just tbe
3 lb. tin the Orange Park Lionellas and

_ VEGETOLE 45t served by the football cheer- We have a fine selection ; nicest

(Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order) ofFLOWERS .
CHASE & SANBORN I wish to express my thanks 'for EASTER .

1. lb. vac. and sincere appreciation to
COFFEE ; 494!: everyone who so graciously

I helped mother and me duringher RIVERMEADFlower *,

FOOD KISGCOFFEE long illness and at the f ), 4
time of her death. I / *
::: lib. vac. can <: 39 Your kindness will never be I ShopCO 'ft F, H

forgotten. 4-O411
(limit of Tour Choice With $5.00 or More Food Order) .
Lillian L. Watkins I
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PASCAL CELERY& " 15 For Quick, Confidential .

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CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS NOTICE OF FILING BANK a corporation. Defendant will be sold at public sale at
1958 Buick
PETITION FOR FINALDISCHARGE Plaintiff. 10:00 o'clock on the 16th day

vs.CLIFTON. NOTICE OF SUIT S No. 5E6005269will April 1963. at 601 N. Orange

RALPH F F. INLET MARINA MARINA MOTELAPTS. Notice Is hereby given that I L. AREHART. unmarried THE STATE OF FLORIDATO be sold at public sale at Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla.

FOR RE."iTBy have filed my final returns as : WARREN 10:00 o'clock on the 16th day The proceeds of the sale will be

MlieERGEROrange Hwy 17 Orange Park Week or MonthU. administratrix of the Estate of Defendant. Unknown.SCOTT Residence of April 1963. at 430 OrangeAve. applied to the payment of the

STORAGE-WET & DRY S. 17 North J. H. Mami'.g, sometimes Green Cove Springs. Fla. cost of retaking, storing and
& Ferris Street NOTICE OF SUIT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED The proceeds of the sale will be sale of said
CROSBY, BOATS PHONE 284-3605 known as Joseph Hurley Man- motor vehicle and
(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS ning deceased; that I have THE STATE OF FLORIDATO that a suit has been filed applied to the payment of the the cost of publication of notice -

REFRIGERATIONAND :MERCURY ENGINES PACKAGE STORE filed my petition for distribu- : Clifton L. Arehart against you in the above enti- cost of retaking storing and of sale and then to the sat-

tion and for final discharge Address unknown tled cause and you are hereby sale of said motor vehicle and isfaction of the balance due

.AIR CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICECO and that on April 29. 1963. I You are hereby notified thata required to serve upon plaintiffs the cost of publication of notice under the contact covering

Service PAUL'SAll will apply to the Honorable suit has been filed against attorney whose name and of sale and then to the sat- the financing of said motor ve-

AUTHORIZEDTEDDERS" 4-9835 Thomas J. Rivers. County you In the above entitled cause; address appear hereon your isfaction of the balance due hicle. Any surplus will be paidto

Sales & Service Legal Beverages Judge of Clay County. Florida and that you are hereby reQuired written defenses. If any to the under the contract coveringthe you, and you will remain liable -

Home Phone 254.9780Business BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. for approval of said final returns to file your answer with bill of complaint in said suit. financing of said motor 'e- for any balance remaining'unpaid

Phone 284-9431 Dural Line copy of which is delivered to hicle. Any surplus will be paidto under said contract.
County and for an order of distribution the Clerk of the Court and to

E. REEDBookkeeping North of Orange Park and for final discharge serve a copy thereof upon the you herewith on or before you. and you will remain liable ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT
May 6, A.D. 1963.
for balance CORPORATIONBy
as administratrix of plaintiff's attorney whose any remaining
AGIN'SRefrigeration I PIANO SERVICE said estate. name and address is John E. Herein fail not or decree pro unpaid under said contract. : L. H Richards

/ and Tax Service confesso will be entered againstyou ASSOCIATES Collection Mgr.
a' /s/ Elsie Manning Powell Roquemore and Gray C. Ram- DISCOUNT
4 for the relief prayed in the 1055 Main St.. Jax. Fla.
1 And Air 400 W. Walnut St. GEORGE WEEKS Administratrix saur. 825 Barnett National CORPORATIONBy .

7 ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284-6721 PIANO SERVICE March 28, April 4. 11. 18 1963 Bank Building Jacksonville 2. bill of complaint.THE : L. H. Richards April 11. 1963

Tuning Repairing Florida not later than April NATURE OF SAID Collection Mgr.

Green Core Springs! LEGAL NOTICE 29, 1963. SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. 1055 Main St.. Jax. Fla.
PHONE 284-327S lliScicncc
Chrysler Airtrmp Sales Box 50 Hibernia Rt. LEGAL If you fail to do so, decree WITNESS my hand and the April 11, 1963 I News
CABINET WORK NOTICE pro confesso will be entered seal of said Court at Green
Authorized PhilroServicn Green Cove Springs Notice is hereby given that A recent report by a California
against you for the relief demanded Cove Springs. Florida this 2nd LEGAL NOTICE scientist gives hope that the cockroach -
LINSLEY WOODWORKS the Clay County Zoning Com- in the complaint.The day of April AD. 1963. ,bane of housewives every
Day Ph. 284-3680 Custom Cabinetry mission will hold a Public nature of said suit being GEORGE L. CARLISLE. LEGAL NOTICE j where may soon be brought under
Night 284-3402 Hearing on Thursday. April 25, I II I control.Dr. .
Office, Bar and Store Fixtures CLARENCE B. LAZETTE 1963 at 8:00 O'clock P. M.. in for foreclosure of a certain Clerk Circuit Court Notice is hereby given that Barry Tarshis of the UniVersity
S Palmetto mortgage encumbering prop- (Seal) By Grace M. of California at Los Angeles
Cabinets Bldg. Hardware Liscensed Broker in the Clay County Courthouse Car&le.. a Public Hearing will be held
Green Cove Springs erty situate in the County ofClaY' reportsthat
Plywood Plastic Laminates Green Cove Springs Florida I by the Clay County Board of f'5= a dust
Green Cove Springs State of Florida to-wit: SAM B. WILSON ''' :,.;;--
for the of objections F'
purpose developed originally -
FILL DIRTCHERRY Phone Bus. 284-3223 Since 1037 if any to issuing a Lot Fifteen (15). Block Attorney for Plaintiff Adjustment on Thursday Ap- to fight

Phone Res. 2843803 Three (3). Unit No.1. 217 Guaranty Life Building ril 25. 1963. in the Board of termites, enabled -
Homes Farms Acreage,: permit to comply with Section

Highway 17 North 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 1 and Section 2. Paragraph 2.7 MEADOWBROOK. accord- Jacksonville Florida County Commissioners meet- TJ cut roach him Infestation to-

& LOVETT Green Cove Springs of Article XVI of the Clay ing to plat thereof recorded April 4-11-18-251 ing room in the Clay County ( of a

in Plat Book 6, page 7. Z Los Angeles
County Zoning Regulations I Courthouse in Green Cove
DragLine Dump Truck APPLIANCES ELECTRICALAtlas namely to construct Sewerage public records of Clay LEGAL NOTICE: housing project 70 percent.At
County Florida. Springs. Florida beginning at the came time, the incidence of
LIGHT DOZIER WORK Treatment Plant on the follow- infectious hepatitis-attributed
CLEAN FILL DIRT Jim Carter Appliance Electric & Mechanical ing described property: WITNESS my hand and the LEGAL NOTICE 8:30 O'clock P. M. to the roaches-was cut to zero

Shell Clay Service. Ine. CompanyWe Lot. No. 47, Robinette Subdivision seal of said Court at Green Board of County Commissioners Said hearing is called regard- for the first nine months of 1962.

FREE ESTIMATES according to plat Cove Springs. Florida this Ing the Notice of Appeal by the Called Dri-Die,the dust works
A. F. BakerRefrigeration dn all type of electrical of Clay County. Green by absorbing the thin layer of
PROMPT DELIVERY recorded In Plat Book 5. '26th day of March A. D., 1963. Cove Springs Florida will receive applicant for a variance to per- wax that covers the roach's body.
& wirin Page 23. Public Records of (SEAL) When the insect loses the wax
Courteous Service sealed bids in the officeof mit Building Permits to be Issued *
Air Conditioning Service RAY SHIPP Clay County Florida. GEORGE 1,. CARLISLE. the Clerk of Circuit Court its body fluids evaporate.dries
Phone CO 4.6311 on the following described out and dies!
Res. CO 4.9867 also all Owner and Manager All parties in Interest and Clerk of Circuit Court until 9 am., April 22, 1963 for property: The dust-a fluffy,white oder-
Phone 281.9228 citizens shall have an oPpOr- By Grace M. Carlisle purchase of a bookmobile bodyto less powder-requires about 90

W. E. (Ernest) Cherry Major Appliance Repairs tunity to be heard at said time Deputy Clerk be built on a chassis provided Lots 12, 14, 21, 22, 23. 26 minutes to kill a roach. Bet

General Mgr. Washers. Dryers and place. Mar. 28. April 4. 11. 18. 1963 by the Clay County Library through 34. 36 and 37. of Fairfield Chemicals, FMC Car
Income Tax Service poration,N.Y.C pioneer insecticide !.
Doctors Inlet. Fla Phone 284-3542 18 Years Experience CLAY COUNTY ZONING Board in strict accordance with Robinette Subdivision according maker,has reduced the tbs

COMMISSION LEGAL NOTICE specifications.Bid to plat recorded in by adding to the dust an equally

I Short Forms$2.00Long By: James E. Crow forms plat Book 5, Page 23, Pub- safe insecticide named Fairfield

I I_OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I Forms-$5.00 up Chairman LEGAL NOTICE may complete be obtained with specifications at- lic Records of Clay County Pyrenone.and flushes Pyrenone roaches speeds from control -
April 4. 11. 1963
Reasonable Rates for Business Board of County Commissioners the Clay County Public Library their hiding places Into contact

Real Estate. Rentals Etc. of Clay County Green P.O. Box 915 Green All parties in interest and with the dust. .
LEGALSOTICK as Drione, the combination
; PAUL KEMLIXGER Cove Springs, Florida will receive Cove Springs upon request. !citizens shall have an oppOr- also works on reaches

sealed bids in the officeof The Board of County Com- that have built
For RentFOR MiscellaneousTV 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. NOTICE OF SALE tunity to be heard at said time up resistance or
the Clerk of Circuit Court missioners of Clay County reserves immunity to many widely used
Orange ParkCAREY'S To: Estle Lee ThackerRt. and place. insecticides.The .
until 9 a.m., April 22. 1963. for the right to reject any
1. Box 83 success of Dr. Tarshis
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom SERVICE, Anytime Don purchase of a chassis to be used and all bids. CLAY COUNTY BOARD gives cause for optimism
TRADING POST Green Cove Springs Fla. in
house,,newly painted inside and Woollard. Phone 284-0615. in building a bookmobile in Clay County Library Board OF ADJUSTMENTBy man's battle against the disease
WE BUY SELL TRADE You are hereby notified that
out, reasonable large yard appliances r Otte strict accordance with specifi- Judy P. Carlton : Herbert H. Morris carrying roach. A pest to man
>> furnished. Call Penney Three locations: the following motor vehicle: caions. Executive Secretary : Chairman. since the dawn of history, the
20tfc C 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 1958 Olds I I roach may be on the way out. at
Farms 5298211. FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- S88 S No. 588M07967 Bid forms complete with specifications April 4. 11. 1963 April 4, 11, 1963 I last. .
mowers. $15.00 and McGee's Warehouse & antiques old
up. be obtained
may at
April. 1963. at 1050 N. Orange
FOR RENT 2 houses furn- Welding' & Radiator. 520 N. Gym Bldg. S. Orange Are.
the Clay County Public Library .
will be sold at public sale at eR X
ished one 1 bdr. and one 2 Orange Ave., Phone 2843163. "BIG TOP" tent Blanding 10:00: o'clock on the 16th day P.O. Box 915 Green .,',..,: ....,+....,. :. >".>/XAh.'< ...' .# ,. r l' ..'J< .f .. .. .
bdr.. extra nice freshly painted >> 7tfe .... . ., & ,
Blvd. At Ridgewood of April. 1963.at 1050 N.Orange Cove Springs upon request. : :< --'/ti ''It, j.':'

Inside and out. phone>> 529- Furniture & appliances at Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla. The Board of County Commissioners iI

5291. Penney Farms. Sltfc FOR THE BEST In all-round bargain prfcxs Stfc of Clay County reserves 'Phoite
The proceeds of the sale will be Add : addlW to Iran!

good, printing try. the CRESCENT applied to the payment of the the right to reject any a ., i .

2 bedroom FOR house RENT furnished PRESS INC., The priceis ST. JOHNS :MOBILE HOMES cost of retaking storing and and all bids. ,, *1 PIWPP"P'1:1" ,., :V'"'. '*, > ,', .;

right. Inc.We sale of said motor vehicle and Clay County Library Board Y'*i
located 418 Cypress St. Extra: Will Trade for Your Car the cost of publication of no- Judy P. Carlton i?'. Day or night, extension phones help make living more relaxing. Why not have.
Mrs. Bentley, t&
clean, contact .
FOR SALE Upright piano tice of sale and then to the satisfaction Executive Secretary *" > kitchen ;
I"in '. Department Store. 4 tfc Furniture, Diamonds or Any- them handy where you live the most-like bedroom, workshop
( or trade for chord organ. Tel. thing of Value on a New Mobile of the balance due April 4, 11, 1963LEGAL fly '

FOR RENT 3-room furnished 2843613. 28-4e<< Home. under the contract covering Florida room. To'add the colorful, economical. extension phones yotwan t:

apt., at 100 West St. $50 ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES the financing of said motor ve- NOTICE ; just can your Telephone Business Office. ,*$.*** -

FOR SALE Utility camping hicle. Any surplus will be paidto
with lights and water. Phone Inc. .. ..j"K"" "
GCS 2843213. He trailer-sleeps 2, built In Icebox 6263:; Roosevelt Blvd. you. and you will remain lIable NOTICE OF CLOSING OF : ( ; #

$100,00, phone 284-3775. EV 4-5584 for any balance remaining ROAD PROCEEDINGSTO r <
: Southern! Bell ,'
4e 2-14 tfc unpaid under said contract. WHOM IT MAY CON- -
For Sale- Real EstateFOR 4' .:.' .. '
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CERN: aei or.tu; ; "': ; :t.. ?;

PROTECT your Fruits. Berries,. BUY OR TRADE CORPORATIONBy YOU will please take notice "..' -/

SALE-Furnished 3 bdrm. lawns etc.. by covering with : L. H. Richards that the BOARD OF COUNTY .
For Your Used Mobile Home. .
house 1 year old-2 lots-Hard- HUDSON CLOTH NETTING.I. Collection Mgr. COMMISSIONERS OF CLAY :.'
Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance
wood floors-Tile bath-Owner 1000 SQ. Ft. $5.50 delivered. 1055 Main St.. Jax. Fla. COUNTY FLORIDA upon motion './. ,'fcr .. ;
Your Coach to Trade. ,
leaving' state-Reduced price- Special discount to distributors. April 11. 1963 of said Board will at 9:00: >
Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. ,
Phone 2849343. Write Hudson Products Co., o'clock AM. on the 13th day of
Westfield. Mass. P 4.11 LEGAL NOTICE: May, AX>. 1963 at the County r k ;;
Inc. ; !
FOR SALE 1 Bedroom House. Courthouse, in Green Cove 4 ., -j
2.14 tic
Ehie Street hilltop section. Call FOR SALE German Shep- NOTICE OF SALE Springs. Clay County. Florida : :

281-3860. He herd puppies>> white or black To: Robert G. Dickerson consider and determine whether I -' ,**'

and silver. Purebred. $25 each. JONES & HALL NURSERY Evelyn Dickerson or not the county will vacate ii "V .:. '

FOR SALE or rent New 2 GCS 284-3567. ll-2e abandon, discontinue
Now Open 7 Days A Week P.O. Box 637 :
bdr. house. Rt. 2. Box 220. close renounce and disclaimany '
Green Cove Springs Fla. .
Come Out Browse AroundSee '*
Phone 2849611. 28.4c SALE right of Clay County or I : f
FOR Hydro-flite water Our Stock You are hereby notified that ,.f '.
skis. Boy's Jet Bike. Both Highway 13 South of New the following motor vehicle: the public in and to any lands If "" :'"

good' condition. Phone 284-3191 or Interests therein, acquiredfor
Bridge turn right at Collecove" 1959 Ford
road or highway purposesto I
HP Store follow signs. 8/W S No. C9RR15U80 N
'that certain road located In
RAILROADS AIRLINES will be sold at public sale at CLAY
10:00 o'clock on the 16th day described as follows:
& WOMEN 18-35 start I Dashshnnd Bookcase. Ira of April. 1963. at 601 N. Orange
HELP ANTED Commence at the point on
to train at once. Many open- wing back sofa power mower. Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla.
stove. 3 cots circulatingoil State Road No. 21 where
ings. Expanding Transportation -
I The proceeds of the sale will be '
heater drum & stand wal- the same is Intersected by f
& Communications Industry HELP WANTED RELIABLE applied to the payment of the
nut Bedroom set. Phone 284- State,Road No. 218 at Mid-
needs TRAINED '
personneL MAN OR OMAN To take cost of retaking storing and ir

Free placement. Posi- 9781. over Watkins Route In Green sale of said motor vehicle and dleburg. Florida and run-

tions in R.R. Telegraph Teletype Cove Springs. Good for up to the cost of publication of notice ning southeasterly through LF* __ y

Rates. Tariff. Traffic FOR SALE Plymouth '58- $65 weekly to start. No invest- of sale and then to the satisfaction Section 14. 24, 19. 30. 29, '

JVl-m't. For qualifying Interview V-8. station wagon 4-dr.. auto. ment. Set your own hours. Per- of. the balance due 28, 33. In Townships 5 and Ekhib; 4'r

Include address trans.. 4 trans- 6. Range 25 East In Clay
phone new tires new manent opportunity. Full or under the contract coveringthe
axe race married or single. mission. PS. FB. RX.ll. Excel-. part time. Write C. R. Ruble financing of said motor \"e- County. Florida. and being

"Unte Box V The Crescent. lent cond. Call owner 529-8781.I Dept. A-l P.P. Box 2447, Memphis hicle. Any surplus will be paidto parts of the old Middle- y

ll-2c Penney Farms. lip. 2. Tennessee. 11 BC you. and you will remain liable Burg-Penney Farms graded ,
now supplantedand
************1''' U 1M- M H I I HI H HlHfl I M I H H-M-S-K I I II II I II for any balance remaining replaced by the existing -

I : : : unpaid under said contract. road-State Road 218. .,' '


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DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT Collection Mgr. tioned which now lie out-
1055 Main St..Jar Fla. side of the present road :
l UIn C FURNITURE; COO April 11. 1963
right-of-way of State Road
Fine rniture A3IERICA.NOFFICE '
E.-\STERLISG PHARMACY 218 above mentioned).
C"lup'iDJN.J.ncce_ SUPPLY CO.
> 'l'-* *i r.6l11ft .'urw-hhlnp Reliable Prescription Service Use Our Persons Interested may appear -

1.:.'U r'.cosevelt, Bird.Ei Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner at the time and place

tar\roatille 7-4011 Complete Cosmetic DepC ClassifiedPage above specified and be heard.
Specialists in r'd
ni.iIEfSac't.1cvr Dated: April 9. 1963.
Cameras Films Office Supplies-office EQuip-
r eJe. ment : :
and Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries OP .. ,... f',0 ,,' '" '. -

Used 1.'Trailer/ Sircam Bank for Travel Flnanelnj Complete Line of Greeting For Quick CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA ". ." ",.. .,- < ;-.st,-.:"' ...

cc*'r r. H).-volt" Blvd. 2032 Blinding Blvd. Cards George L. Carlisle 4y"v/; :, s J

BUTTS XOJtIIJc HOMES. INC Results Clerk p. : :;";, -f.-: :' :.. I- .,.. H ., .,__,
Jacksonville XV &-0734 2G55-57 Park St. Jacksonville =-
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TEA: HONORS Social Notes I

Remember the Arts, Crafts, All Holy Week services for Vigil Service begins at 11:00
Alfred B. Watson en- Miss Katie Gaboardi. daughter Ann Schaeffer and Jimmy Fox I
Dr. of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ga- accompanied Mrs. Muir to Pa- and Hobby Show on April 1'1. the parishioners of St. Wil- pjn. with the Blessing of the
tertained at her
New Fire and the Paschal Can-
March 23 with a tea boardi. celebrated her fourth latka. Mrs. Muir was appointed Wednesday, from 1 till 8' pjn. liam's Chapel will be held in
home on
I die, the Blessing of the Master -
honoring her daughter Agnes birthday with a weenie roast to fill the vacancy on the The show will be held at the the Parish Church of St. Ed- Water and Baptismal Water -

whose engagement was an- and picnic supper at her homein committee left by the resigna- R Masonic Hall. This is to be a ward's In Starke. Holy Week and the Solemn Renewalof
I tion of Mr. Lindsay Walker.
Melrose April 3. received -
nounced that day. a number of beautiful project of the Keystone schedule Is! as follows: Holy Baptismal promises. The
The Watson home was decorated the Institution Mass of our Lord's
and Heights Woman's Club and Hhursday: Mass of Midnight
gifts. Guests included Mr.
with 'many pink and i Mrs. Ann Lachovitz has returned of the Blessed Eucharist Resurrection will foHow at
Mrs. L. O. Baldwin. Brent and sy proceeds will go for their
white flowers and their lovely I to her cottage at the t i 5:30 pjn. Reposition of the 12:00 pjn.Easter .
overlooking Lake .Lloyd Baldwin. Helen White- White Feather Court after visiting building fund. General chair- Massat
living room i Blessed Sacrament on the Side Sunday: High
Geneva looked much like a head. Joey Whitehead. David friends and relatives in man will be Mrs. Olive Ste Altar from 6:30: pjn. Thursday 10:00: ajn. at St. WtHiam's

spring garden. The tea table Christine an dTeresa Gaboardi. Miami. vens. Mrs. A. J. Crosby and til 5:30 pjn. Friday. Mrs. Lena Clemens, president -
from Keystone
was also decorated with pink Liturgyin and Mrs. Bee Cooper
Mrs. Peggy Prevost. Sheri. An- Mrs. James Cook will be in Good Friday:
flowers. Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh has commemoration of the Pas- treasurer of the St. William's
gela and Valerie Prevost Mrs. charge of the tea table and re-
Pouring tea were Mrs. C. M. bee a patient at Bradford sion and Death of our Lord Altar Society will be attend-
Mary K. Schaeffer. and Mar-
Conway from Jacksonville and County Hospital for tests and 5:30 pjn. Reading of the Pas- ing the N.C.C.W. Deanery convention -
tha Jane Schaeffer. Featured at the exhibit will
Keystoners Mrs. W. H. Red- treatment. She was expected sion and Adoration of the at Daytona Beach this
be paintings by Mrs. Ruth Lott
fearn. Sr.. Mrs. Myron Pre- home the early part of this and :Mrs. Dorothy Newman; Cross will be followed by the month.
vatt. and Mrs. E. T. Martin. i Congratulations are being week. Communion service. Parishoners Notice to All Patrons: The
china painting by Mrs. W. C.
Guests Included the Wat- extended Mr. and Mrs. George Clay Electric Board of Trustees this week appointed Byron and Mrs. C. V. Brust. may receive Holy Communion White Elephant Thrift Shop

sons' closest friends. Those Canova on the birth of their It's nice to know that we are Elmer T. Martin manager.Mr. Mrs. Ward A. Bessette will display on both Thursday and Fri in Melrose will not open on

from out of town were Mrs. son George. Jr.. on March 31, not the only absent-minded Martin has been serving as acting manager since her ceramics; and Mrs. Friday. April 12. it being Good

Conway and Mrs. Edgar Cow- Sunday at the Bradford Coun- person in town. How many January 1, when A. G. Loudon, retired. I I William Reynolds her flower day.Holy Saturday: The Easter Friday.

art from Jacksonville. Mrs. ty nova Hospital.and Mr.Mr.Canova's and Mrs.mother Ca- times have we driven the carLo Mr. Martin, who is 48 years old. was educated at the arrangements. There will be a I ST. ANNE'S EPISCOUPAL CHURCH .
Carl walked home
and Mrs. church and
William Preston
Mrs. L. A. Canova are activein University of Illinois and served more than three years with display of. hooked rugs by Mrs. Maundry Thursday: Morn-
Hagglund from Melrose. and On Monday. Marian and Eighteen members were pres- ,
in the United Sara McDonald.
the Central Illinois Public Service four years '
the Community Church Prayer 8:30 ajn.; Evening
the mother of the groom-elect. Myron Prevat were in a tizzy ent at the meeting of the Episcopal ing
for R.E.A Friends well membersare
States Navy, and two years as field auditor as as Eucha-
Choir and all members of the Prayer 5:0 Gpjn.; Holy
"had been
J. E. Cross of because their car
i Church Women Thursday -
office man- invited to evhibit their
with Clay Electric he has served years as
Community Church are espe- being rist. 6:00: pjn.
and her daughters. Gail and stolen. And where was it? Sit-
cially interested. ager. specialties. Art exhibitors April 4, in the Parish Good Friday: Morning Prayer
of Belote's where
Betty Jean Cross. ting in front
Marian had parked it while He and his wife, Katherine, and their two sons, Johnny, please call Mrs. Olive Stevensat House. 8: 0ajn.;Ante-Communion,
MissVat.son and Emery
of Gainesville will be Wednesday evening April 3, she drank some coffee! It 16. and Dickie, 12. reside on Keystone Lake in Keystone 3-4771 not later than Monday Mrs. Arnold Larsen intro- Bidling Prayers. Responses ad
Cross be
15. will
April Displays
married June 29. at the Mrs. Lewis Muir a member of seems that Marian had beenon Heights. Mr. Martin is a past president of the Keystone duced our guest speaker. Mrs. Meditation. 10:00 ajn.: Eve-
on at the Masonic Hall
Community Church in Keystone the advisory committee of St. an errand with the car Heights Rotary Club a member of the Community Church, placed W. L. Didsmead. chairman of I ning Prayer, 5:00 pjn: The
Heights. Johns River Junior College when she stopped for the coffee where: he is the Sunday School superintendent a member of from 8:30: till 11:30 ajn. April missions from Interlachen. Seven Last Words (combined

attended a dinner in Palatkaa whereas she usually walksto the Masonic Lodge, and is currently president of the KeystoneGolf 17. Fla. She spoke of her recent choirs at Baptist Church). 7:30

dinner to provide the settingfor her coffee breaks. Well for- and Country Club. visit to Miami, where she viewed pjn.

Murrhee the beginning of the College give her this time because she In other business, the Board of Trustees named ThomasB. LIONS CLUB AIDSN. for herself the plight and Easter Eve: Morning Prayer

Insurance Agency Evaluation for Accreditation has lots on her mind these .. Millican, 35, assistant manager. Mr. Millican has been serv- FLA. EYE BANK needs of the Cuban refugees. 8:30 ajn.; Evening Prayer.
in the Southern Associa- days, with a wedding in the ing as acting assistant manager since the retirement of Mr. All articles of clothing and 5:00 pjn.; Easter Even Rites

tion of Colleges and Schools. offing among other things.Mr. London He and his wife, Betty and daughter Vanessa 9, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hinck. blankets are needed. 7:30 pjn.Easter.
CARRY Miss Margaret Muir Miss Mary also reside on Keystone Lake in Keystone Heights. Tommy is Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson Plans for the May Straw- Sunday: Holy Eucha-

ADEQUATE and Mrs. George Jaynes' a member of the First Baptist Church, past chief of the Key- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace Mr. berry Festival are in full swing. rist. 8:00: ajn.: Festal Paschal

INSURANCESee I FR>CE POSTS-POLEI.! *tc. of New Palt N. Y., were stone Heights Volunteer Fire Department, and a member of and Mrs. Bill Belote Mr. and The auction which was' planne Eucharist and Sermon 9:30,

I'rtmnait Crrnotrd to La>t overnight guests of Mr. and the Lions Club.JUNIOR Mrs. Grover Davis and Jim d for the same time has ajn.On
a Lifetime Mrs. Frances P. Egan on April Gaboardi have all signed papers been postponed for the pres- Easter Sunday the flow-

: KICHAiviJ MURRHEEAgent Southern WoodPreserving 2. en route from a vacation at ROMAN'S CLUB TO HAVE INSTALLATION designating their eyes to ent.The ers of the Cross will be doneas

Jansen Beach. Fla., to their the North Florida Eye Bank next Family Night Cov- last year with all placing
Phone 473-4786 Co. home. The Junior Woman's Club of Admission will be 50c. Each for the Restoration of Sight. ered Dish Supper will be held their flowers in the Cress u

Florida Baldwin, Fla. 26C-42S1 Keystone Heights will hold an admission ticket gives the do- The Keystone Lions Club '!s on April 17 at 6:30: pjn. Hostesses they enter the church.

Keystone Heights I On April 4. Mr. and Mrs. installation of officers at their nor a cnance to win a transistor doing its part in behalf of the will be Mrs. N. W. Har- The Alleluia Egg Hunt will

Robert V. Townsend paid Mr. regular meeting this eveningat radio being offered as a eye bank. Eye bank chairmanis denburgh. Mrs. C. J. O'Con- take place for the younger

and Mrs. Frank Egan an over- the Community Church Educational I. door prize. The drawing will Lion George Schaeffer. He nor and Mrs. William Nelson children during the latter partof

APPRAISALS night visit while on their tour Building at 7:30. follow the fourth inning. may be reached at 473-4127. Holy Week schedule: the service.
of Florida. The Townsends and New officers .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA the Egans were neighbors dur- Mingledorff president; Lucille .

ing World War I days. Massa first vice president; '
Gloria Aedfearn second vice
Helen Kersey recording TOTAL PERFORMANCE:
Col. and Mrs. Charles Eastern president;
I Mercelen
and Mrs. ; ,
their son Garry.

I Easton's mother, Mrs. Frank Young corresponding secre- .. .. ..... .
tary; Faye Darde. treasurer.A "
Dustin. of Fairfield, Iowa are .
on a Florida vacation and Woman of the Year 1. .e. \ I1 I-1'i\;>;
Award will be presented. The : ,
of H. L. ,
have been the guests .' .:.. '- .'i ;-/
and Vera Ownbey, and Vera's award this year will go to Mrs. ". ': f1&:-t, { ,." "b I ,. : \
C. J. "Fete" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 Leon (Kie) Ridaught. Kie will : .J'r. '
mother. Mrs. Alice Metz of bracelet .: .' ; i I ) -... :
silver charm '
Lake Geneva Trailer Court. receive a W, >' : 1
Vera and Col. Easton are with a disc indicating this ;{y,. .... $'JX.:1: IIL
honor. "I.
brother and sister. ": :' :
Col. Eas- i On Sunday. April 14, the .' :, : _
/J\ "Let the Rest of the Acft ton Several"gave years the ago.bride away" JuniorVoman's Club will go '.''.. <

World Go By" when Miss Anne Vance daughter to Sunland Training CenterIn .
Gainesville to present gifts =
of Mrs. Aughtrey Vance of 1 *"' i ia
Keystone was married to Capt. and goodies to the girls in the

Richard Anderson in Germany. Hibiscus Cottage. These girls

Recreation plots near the swimming hoi Anne was teaching children of are the ones who have been .

$675.00 if and the kids aren'ttoo Army personnel in Germany unofficially "adopted" by the '' -
up you JuniorVoman's Club.A ;; -
when she discovered that Col. ,
lazy to walk a couple blocks. Easton also had relatives in treat is in store for all :-, 001)' ;

Keystone Heights. baseball fans when on April _R toM,

26. the Junior Woman's Club a

See Us for your Real Estate Needs Friends of Charles W. Ellis will challenge the Keystone

son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Lions Club to a softball game '
Lake Geneva will be ah the City Park starting at
S. E. McKAYKeystone Ellis of
interested in learning that he 8:00 pjn. Those in attendance :

was recently promoted to QM should not be surprised at any-

Heights Phone 473.4816EVERYTiWJG 3-C (quartermaster. 3rd class) thing. This will be a most un-

in the U.S. Coast Guard orthodox ball game. _

For the past 14 months he 1
has been in operations stationed PLANS FOR


was designated "Seaman

of the Month" for April 1963
IN A HOME NO4r1-kDAYS chosen for this honor on the The 1963 Cancer Drive will

IS CONTROLLED BY A SWITCH. basis of leadership proficiencyand begin in Keystone Heights on

EXCEPT THE CHILDREN! conduct. April 16, under the direction of

Charles !is a 1960 graduate of Mrs. Robert Hendry. drive

Ei, i Bradford County High School. chairman.
His parents expect him home Each section of the city will
in August at which time he be canvassed for contributionsby
!''will I be assigned to another a resident of that section

base. It is hoped that each house- FORD CAIAXIC 500/Xl. SPORTS HARDTOP

rtZ yt hold will give generously so

I! Mrs. Fred Dodd and son that the search for the cause YOU'LL KNOW WHY

returned of cancer-and the cure-can
Danny have just
!:, from a pleasant visit with the go on unhampered by the lack FORD SWEPT THE FIRST

Dodd's other son. John and of funds. YEAR AFTER YEAR '
I their daughter. Romesa stuI There will be a public meeting FIVE PLACES AT

\ I dents at the Bob Jones TJnijversity at the Clay Electric Con- win .. that's what
i in Greenville S.C. Mrs. ference Room on April 24, at Daytona's big, banked oval puts unbelievable stresses and control and road-dinging suspension can

I Dodd atended the Annual 8:00 pan. At this meeting a strains on engines steering gears and frames The Fords that we mean by total performance.
Dr.Sarah took all the punishment this famous track Ford Dealer before you buy any other new car.
Spring Bibl Conference at the film will be shown and won at Daytona Visit your
University with her children Lou Wells will be on could dish Qut over 500 miles of grueling competition WIthHere's what you'll find:a new kind of total-car durability, a new

I This conference is held each hand to discuss the film and out missing a beat. kind of handling ability,a suspension that is sUrtlmgty smooth
the road like tar. If haven't driven one ,
I year at this time in lieu to answer questions. Refresh- In this toughest of all stock car events, mechanical failures yet sticks to know what new Ford is like. Remember, if ifs
of spring vacation. Classes are ments will be served. claimed over fifty per cent of the starting field. But of twelve you can't really total performance
discontinued at this time so On April 25, Bill Belote will Fords entered, nine went the distance. Ford took six of the built by Ford, it's built for performance.

I that all may attend. have a Coffee Day. with proceeds first ten places.Fivehundredmice. solid silent SUPER TORQUE
sales to
from all coffee ,
events like Daytona are a public
Remember-by remote control our night depositoryand 'ST. WILLIAMS TO HAVE go to the fund. So "drink cof- stration of toughness, reliability and sheer engineering excel- FCtMYUJBTttSmOlCfKftkCAlU''
(STEAK DINNER fee to help cure cancer", whichis of the generation of Fords. A test likethis rtOCUCTJ
lend that are part new
bank-by-ramll service we serve you 24 hours a day. < F
I I i St. William Catholic Club a misleading slogan can't be duplicated on anybody's testing grounds-it's run inal

I Let 1U help 700. :will hold a Steak Dinner on heard one. right out in the open. Any car can enter. But only the car that 1m"CtIItAIT ;
j Saturday evening. April 2. .at Plans are still in the mak- has the best total combination of strength balance precision
I 1'the Recreation Hall. Donationswill ing for a Cookout later this

be $1.25 for adults; 75c for month. In the next issue of

KEYSTONE STATE BANK children under 12. A delicious this paper more particulars
menu is being planned, and will be given. J. P. REVELS FORD

MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS everyone is asked to remember Help them to help you! Don't

TNfv rmCNDkY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY I the date and reserve it for take chances! Contribute now!

I some good eating! Serving Let's cut Cancer out of our 601 N. Orange Ave. Ph. 284-3023 Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-6511

I till 7:30 lives.
.. from 5:30 pja.