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 18, 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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day night by Congressman D. R. Matthews in an address before /'A" :'J/ //" '/

the Rotary Club'in Green Cove. ... /\i;:. '.. County's drive
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Citing the fact that it has > ._ -

taken Gainesville 15 years to get Cities Service was under way today.

a VA hospital, Mr. Matthews x Goals of $1,000 have been set

\ cautioned his audience to be pa- Killed ? for Green Cove and Orange

tient in the development of the Employe : v Park and for Keystone Heights _

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naval property at Green Cove.D. F
Aldon' C. Laws 40-year-old 1025. R

employe of the Cities Service q., The drive in Green Cove is

Center in Green Cove, was killed ,
,1 '-c headed by Mrs. T. Luke Glen-
in a head-on collision near i
.aa = non. In Orange Park it is head-
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Daytona Beach last Sunday. ,/

Laws who had lived in Green :l ed by Davis Brown. In Keystone -

Cove only a short time, was one Mrs. Robert Hendry
of two persons killed and four heads the drive.

others injured when a car: driven -
In Green Cove the kick-off
according to police, by Laws r
i meeting was held Tuesday eve-
smashed head-on into an oncom- '1,'.
4 fe ing car. The four injured per- ning in the First Methodist

sons were said to be in serious Church.

condition. Warwick Kenney chairmanof Y

Witnesses said the Laws
the local
unit introducedthe
was headed west at a high rate following committee who Pictured above is Mr. T. Luke Glennan Chairman of

of speed frequently passing long I Residential Canvassing the Cancer Crusade as she presided -
strings of cars leaving Daytona A large number of worshipers attended sunrise services in Spring Park last Sunday. The will work on this crusade. Theyare
at the kick-off medlnzheld last Tuesday evening. The
Services were conducted by the Rev. Gene M. Zimmerman, pastor of the First Methodist
from the the Easter outings. Ralph Milberger. cochairman : -
Crusade in Green Cove and vicinity will be held this Saturdayand
Stalneker was heading east. Church. The sermon was preached by the Rev Philip Stough, who Is a teacher in the public R. E. Scott secretary. Sunday.

schools.VA .
Laws' death brought the state George Carlisle treasurer Mrs.

total auto fatalities for 1963 to Richard .
WARNS AGAINSTUSE KEYSTONE DAYTONA HIT: Gordie education Surrency Of Putnam
R. MATTHEW'SLooking 381, the State Highway Patrol chairman Mrs. Mertle Le- '

farther into the future I Florida's and hte natIon'sfirst Claire service chairman. J. P.
Little of Laws is known in habit of "riding the 31- ELECT OFFICERS Honored As

the Congressman said that Green Cove. His mother is said day grace penod" has caused Volunteer Fire Chief test of its blood mobiliza- Hall, Jr.. crusade advisor; John Clay Hero
he envisioned the day when all tion resources was termed a Rader chairman of business
to have died less than a month the lapse of GI insurance pOli- .
the area from Jacksonville to Everett Fox has announcedthat success particularly from the, and H. H. Surrency. president of the board of Clay Electric
special Mrs.
gifts Glen-
in ;
ago Greenville S. C. His wi- cies for many hundreds of vet-
Daytona became a vast: indus- dow and three children live in erans in recent years. the Vet- the ne wauxiliary siren standpoint of rapidity of move- nan chairman of residential Coop, who lives in Putnam County was honored in absentia.on ,

trial area. Obviously, under the southern part of the State. erans Administration said to- has been hooked up and is ment. canvassing and Dr. W. A. Mul- Tuesday night at the man who has contributed the moat

such an industrial build-up, Clay. The evaluation of the drill, ford, medical advisor. There during the past year, to the development: of Clay County.
I now in working order in case.,
County would benefit on a vast day.Too many veterans on "grace which involved a civilian force! will also be some 40 to 60 volunteers The honor was bestowed on

scale.Pointing. THIRTY TEACHERS of a fire or disaster. Anyone of approximately people in who will aid in the I.Mr. Surrency. who was unable DOG RACING UNDERWAY
period" time forget their final
specifically to the AWARDED $400 deadlines and eventually allow living in the vicinity of its all parts of Florida came from canvassing. |.to be present at a meeting of IN ORANGE PARK

City of Green Cove, Mr. Mat- Peach Street location will Dr. Robert Glein president of i !the executive board of the
Thirty Clay County public their policies to lapse oft- Among the guests were Dr.
: With the new spring racingseason
thews said the projected cross- know without a doubt that it the Florida Association of I Committee of 100. The dinner
school teachers last week at time when their dependents W. W. Schildecker, director of II
received en a is 100 cent effective. Now one week old the Or-
state barge canal will, when it per Blood Banks and Dr. A. L. meeting, held In the Qul-Si-
$400 competence awards. need protection the all Nelson'spoint the tumor clinic at Halifax ange Park Kennel Club has
ia completed a tremendous those residents of Lewis. Jr.. disaster committee Sana Hotel was to have beenattended' an
serve as
Under present Florida law most B. J. Gannon officer in Hospital in Daytona Beach especially superb card ready
and thereabouts will at
stimulus to the growth of chairman of the association.The by 100 persons. Approximately -
the the Board of Public Instructionmay charge VA Office..Jacksonville, last be able to hear the siren. test came suddenly at 1 who spoke on Tumor Clinics; 55 persons about for the weekend crowd on Sat-
city. .
make such awards to 30 said. Mrs. John Riggs field repre- urday night.
the speaker warned The Fire Department has o'clock last Thursday when half of them wives were pres-
However per cent of its teaching staff.A Gannon advised veterans to sentative of the American Can-
the audience that timber elected the following officersfor word was flashed from associa- Frank Jones racing secretary -
bill has been introduced into make up that monthly pay- cer Society from St. Augustine ent.According
in the next 35 years the coming yeaar: Charlie tion headquarters that Day- to the chairman has listed his outManding
the Florida legislature within ment that they may be running Mrs. Carl Clark chair-
will treble and-- he expressedthe Tolford president; Roy Tyre tona Beach had been theoretically of the group he had suggested greyhounds in the feature
the past few days to abolish the behind even if they have man of the County Loan Closetin
hope that the County's tim- vice president; Jack Haber- destroyed by a nuclear to Governor Bryant Mr. Sur- race while other well matched
awards. I Middleburg. and
been making their paymentseach Davis
berland should not suffer under stroh secretary; Bill Beam.' missile. Immediately the per- rency's name. fields will participate in the
According to Harris C. Long time during the grace : Brown chairman of the Can
an industrialization that the treasurer; Everett Fox, fire rsonnel of 46 blood banks in all At the meeting James Nor- long contests over the Marathon .-
superintendent of Public Instruction period. cer Crusade for Orange Park.
p County may experience in the chief;. Gene Williams, assistant -j parts, of Florida sprang into ton was the official photogra- course.
the great majority All monies collected in this
next few years. 'chief;' Ed Bennett captain action and began ru.s lng-bot- pher. He was assisted in errands In the main contest Satur-
of those receiving the awards drive
are sent to the American
In the county's agricultural WOMEN GOLFERS : Chester Moody captain: tles of simulated blood to regional by Mrs. Bruce Borries. day over the Orange Park;
already have their master's degree
Cancer Society state offices in
interests Mr. Matthews paid I I George Schaeffer lieutenant; blood bank centers in Rex Smith and Hervey Robinson. course, there will be such headliners -
or are working on them. On Monday. April 8. theWomen's Tampa. The local County Can-
taribute to Gustafson's, Dairy, Toby Jackson. lieutenant: Jacksonville. Miami. Tampa. The chairman of the as the widely famed Velvet -
Those who received the Golf association helda cer Unit then reguests funds
the largest single-roof Charlie McGlave first aid of- Orlando and Pensacola.The group called on Edward Wiggins Sis. the recent Derby winner
now awards are: Camilla Louise 9-hole play-off for 'the win- needed locally for transportation -
in the nation, which he i fleer; and Bud Ownbey, chief exercise was the pilot # of Keystone to take a at Jacksonville Lieutenant -
dairy Batten. Howard O. Closs. Mary ners in the team play tourna- to and from Cancer
still l engineer. operation in a nationwidealert bow as the founder of Clay Crosby the victor in the
was growing.He I Frances Cooper. Robert F. ment that has been going on Tumor Clinics in Jacksonville and Duncan'
the of New members include program by the Ameri- Electric Coop: Au Revoir on Wednesday of
called on people Evans Loreen B. Foster Maude the past several weeks. Win- Joe at Duval Medical Center and
Bill Bill Turner can Association of Blood Banks Groner as the representativeof last week, Phalling. and othersof
to him Dey. Young. ,
Clay County use as
Ala Green. Willie H. D. Greene. ning team was Team No.1. St. Vincent's Hospital. Funds "local "
which has approximately 500 ,the press. this caliber.
whenever he and Spence-Thomas.
congressman mightbe Florence V. Harris Ethel Marie which included Eva Hall. Elva may also be requested for local said it
The chairman was
;bank members in all 50 states. When the
of help in Washington. Hawkins, Barbara C. Holt Steadham Faye Mangel and Other states will pattern simi nursing (at home) service of through his efforts that the last spring meeting
Mary A. Jensen Joyce Lois Olson.A the County Nursing Council Saturday the Inaugural -
King REV. ",1. A. McROBERTS lar drills after Florida's.SOUTHERN State had made its offer on Handicap went toR.Fo's
Robert Lewitt. Jr., Joan J. nine-hole tournament was for financial assistance to the the Naval base at Green Cove.
Services for the Rev. William Red Label of the Red
Norton. Imogene E. Norwood. played counting only the even Clay County Loan Closet (located He asked all those present to
DISTRICT A. 84 kennel which
Joe Olive. Mary Frances holds (No. 2, No. 4. No. 6 No. 8) McRoberts. years I BELL TO SPEND in Middleburg) which go home and tell their neigh- conquered
held last week in the t.C.'s Jaguar and Tune's
Owens. Martha K. Parker, Roy with handicap. This was won $70 MILLION IN FLORIDAThe has sick room equipment for bors the story of how It had
Memorial Church.Mr. the favorite others.
Mrs. Gladys Phillips president W. Philemon. Jr., Jean G. Reid by Erma Rushton and Ruth Penney Southern Bell Telephone loan to local citizens and for been done. among

of the Clay County Hos- Jessie S. Roddy Lynette Rod- Hammond who tied. McRoberts. a retired mis- Company with its "plant"scattered local educational function.. Among the group's "elder Mrs. Robert Neighbors, wile

pital Auxiliary and Mrs. Lor- dy. Barbara Weber Simons. After the tournament a sionary to China died on April over nine states ex- The American Cancer Soci- statesmen" who were presentwere of the managing director of

etta secretary attended Donald A. Sohm. Marlyce Rod- 5. A native of Pittsburgh, he to and enlargeits ety also thou- the Hotel Roosevelt, went to
Shasteen luncheon was held at the homeof pects improve grants many T. J. Jennings O. B. Nail
a district meeting of the dy Sohm James D. Sowell. Mrs. Lois Walker. Plans was ordained into the Third facilities by $350 million in sands of dollars annually in Harris C. Long and others. the Judges' stand and placeda

District of Florida James Robert Stephens. Philip United Presbyterian Church in million of Florida victory blanket on the win-
Northeast were made to draw up a club 1963 more than $70 for research purposes. They welcomed each and every
Hospital Auxiliaries recently. N. Stough. Virginia F. Thompson. charter for theVomen's Golf 1903. He served as a missionaryin it to ,be spent in Forida. This year on a national level guest.E. ning dog. She was escorted by

The meeting was held in the Association by the present officers China from 1904 until 1919. About $128 million is ear- the funds have been allocatedas T. Martin manager of the Donald W. Howell aseeetete

Wolfson auditorium of the and the past officers.On Following his return to the marked for new central office follows: Research 33 pet., Coop outlined the history and manager of the track.

Baptist Memorial Hospital in COUNTY GETS Monday April 15. quali- United States he held pastor- equipment. $83 million for cables education 29 pet., service 20 growth of the organization. Recalling -

Jacksonville.The fying rounds were played for ates in Pennsylvania until his poles and supplies for pet., field studies and reorgani- that Edward Wigginsin MAIN M. BOREE
STATE FUNDS Memorial Home
retirement to
registration started at outside and $14.5 millionfor zation 2 administration
plant pet, the early Thirties had start
the club championship matches. Services for Main M. Boree.
9:30: with a coffee hour. District Clay County has received Community 15 years ago. His land and buildings among 8 pet., and fund raising 8 pet. ed an electric light company!
In hte Championship flight the late Mrs. Mary Funk 70 years old, of MkkBebttfg.
Director Mrs. Allen De- $41,000 more from the race other items.Southern.
In 1962 there were 26 Clay in Keystone Mr. Martin saidit
the following matches will be who died last week, were held
lany. presided at the meeting.Mrs. track tax fund according to McRoberts. a native of Canada Bell serves Alabama -
Rural Elec-
County residents who were vic- went under the
Eileen Lee."S..
played: Pansy She served on Monday In the Black Creek
died five
Nadean Beaan. a regis- State Comptroller Ray E. years ago. Florida. Georgia Ken-
Doris tims of this dread disease. trification Administration and
Hawes; Freda Wyman vs. missionary to China at Baptist Church. Mr. Bare,
as a
tered nurse from Baptist Hospital Green. The County has received tucky. Louisiana. Mississippi.
I There were 33 patients who in 1938 received a $205,000 U.
Ottinger; Gena Christoffersvs. who was a retired employe of
her husband did
the same time (
served as welcoming a total of $159.000 to North Carolina. South Carolinaand uS.
were treated at the tumor clinics loan for expansion.
Elva Steadham; and Mary the Naval station at Green
and married there. j
hostess. During the meeting date for the current fiscal year Tennessee. in The today has a $15 million -
Brokas vs. Vesta Aiken. Jacksonville and 18 of I I coop Cove was the husband of THE
each auxiliary gave a reportof an increase of 5.500. from last He leaves a son. Dr. William There are more than 8 million these required transportation. '. Investment with an an-
CRESCENTs Middfetmrg re-
theira ctivitles and projects. year's distribution at the same The first flight matches are A. McRoberts; two daughters, Southern Bell telephones ,Forty cancer patients were nual payroll of $825.000 muchof porter.

There was a panel discussionon time. Erma Rushton. Louise Logs- Mrs. Samuel Rutherford and in the homes and offices and availed of local nursing services which is spent In Clay Coun-

public relations leadership At the same time., RichardB. don.Faye Miss Ida McRoberts and four on the farms of the South, plus and the County Loan Clos- ty. The Coop pays taxes in Mr. Boree died en recite to

teen-agers ,in hospitals and Keating, director of the Mangel. Zee Tolles, and grandchildren. Another ron more than 2 million non- et supplies have tripled. This Clay County totaling approx- Pureal Hospital Orange Park.

orientation. Mrs. Kenneth Fa- State Beverage department Su Dwyer. all received Byes. Reed was killed in action in Southern Bell telephones.The closet has been enlarged during imately $20.000 annually. In addition to his widow he

vior, state president of hospi- said the county's four municipalities The nine hole club championship World War II. Company presently has the year at the cost of over Following Mr. Martin's ad- leaves four daughters Mrs. >Es-.

tal auxiliaries spoke on hospi- will receive a total of qualifying rounds will be Burial was in Memorial Home over 1% million phones in dress the group watched Gov- telle Robert of. Atanta Ga.,

tal affairs and Candystripers. 4349.16 from February cIg- held on Monday. April 22. Community cemetery. Florida. $800.Clay ernor Bryant's persuasive address Mrs. Evelyn Royal of dewfeten.
is divided Into
Miss Carmen Boree and bass
Following this the group was arette tax collections.Of .
on the industrial potential -
three sections for the fund-
Tammy Boree. both of MiddJe-
taken on a tour of Baptist hos- this amount., the City of I and growth of Florida. The
raising campaigns. North Clay burg; a soft. Edward Boree of
Green Cove will receive the
into that
pital rooms patientsand :: Governor spoke in connection
County consists of Orange Belle Glade Mrs. Dora
visitors. seldom see. bulk. It will get $2.557.21. 4" : : with Industry AppreciationWeek. : a steter.
Park Middleburg, Doctors Inlet I Littles of Douglas. 'Ga.; five
OrangePark will
Luncheon waS sened at the get $1.036.55; .
Meadowbrook and Clay brothers Perry Boree of Jacksonville -
Keystone $720.85 and
River Club in the Prudential PenneyFarms
$34.55.ST. Hill; Middle Clay County consists Nath Boree of Mid
Building with Lawrence Payne STATE TROOPERS
of Green Cove and vicinity dleburg, Hubie Boree and Har-
administrator of Baptist Me- ARREST 112 IN MONTH
r-" -Fr and South Clay County dy Boree. both of Belle Glade
morial Hospital as the speaker. The three troopers stationed
AUGUSTINE which includes Keystone and Willie Boree of Douglas

PUBLISHER DIES Heights and vicinity. Keystonehas in Clay County have reportedthe Ga.; four grandchildren; and

TEN TO GO TO already started its crusade following activity for the a number at nieeec and nep
I Alfred Hugh Tebault. pub- month of March 1963. Arrests
PASSION PLAY and Orange Park plans to have hews.
Usher of the St. Augustine Rec- Written 29.
t ri 112, Warnings
its drive starting on the 22ndof
Ten persons have made ar- ord for more than 25 years Faulty Equipment Warnings
April and it will run throughthe
r&nlltements1th the Atlantic died last week after a long ill- week. 224, Convictions 90, Dismissals COMMITTEE ON

Boast Line Railroad in Green ness. He was 59 years old. 19, Total Accidents U, Killed SCHOOLS MEETS

Cove to go to the Passion Playin A native of New Albany. Ind.. When your neighborhood 1, Injured 9. Property damage

Lake Wales tomorrow.The Mr. Tebault was educated at volunteer calls remember that $16.475. Total Assistance rendered The Clay County OI.'e

train will leave Green the University of Indiana. He over one million persons now flat tires out of gas to Improve Our Schools held

Cove at 10 o'clock: tomorrow was a member of the Southern The world champion Humble Oil life A. Andreasen. 21 years old John G. Steele. 28, living have been cured of can- etc. 47. its regular monthly meeting on

morning arriving in Lake Newspaper Publishers Association boat team is back In Green Cove for the second and George W. Young 25. all of New York; cer. They have recognized the Monday evening in the Oounn4yCommissioners

Wales at 1:45. The train is the Florida Press successive year training In the St. Johns river. Andrew Bozieevie. 35, of Port Everglades; necessity of fighting Cancer BENEFIT CARD PARTYTO Office at Green

scheduled to depart Lake Walesat Association and a former president The team comprising employes of Humble David C. Corny, 24, and Ernest M. Gonzales with a "checkup and a check." BE FRIDAY NIGHT Cove Spring

6 o'clock tomorrow evening of the 35 Green Cove Springs is hav- Don't forget the big Benefit Among the subjects. dfeeuss-
Florida Newspaper Oil. a subsidiary of Standard Oil of New Jersey 33, both of Texas; Linwood E. Davenport ,

arriving back at Green Cove at Publishers Association. will compete rain in the International of North Carolina: Leendert Don 39 and ing its drive for two days Saturday Card Party this Friday eveningat ed was a comparison ot the financial -

930 o'clock... Services were held last Fri- Lifeboat Races in New York harbour on May Alexus M. SQchelson 35, both of New Jersey; and Sunday. April 19th 7:30 o'clock sponsored by the structure of the Clay

Transfers to the amphitheater day in Trinity Episcopal 28. Last year, after their training. Green and William E. Stanley 35, of Maine. Michael and 20th. With a concerted effort VIA Woman's Club at the Club- County School System in comparison -

-tn-l ictom to the terminalare Church St. Augustine. wherehe Cove, the team won the world championship Shank m 35, of New Hampshire is boatswain. on the part of all it is believed boose. Bring your own cards. to that of other Fob-

included in the cost of the had served as senior war- In the races. Members of the team who are The team is coached by Arnfinn Olsen. of that TFC can go "over the There will be ten attractive door Ida counties et similar school

tour"" .. den for a number of years. staying at the Qul-Si- Sana Hotel are: Hans Houston t P.- Let'i try prizes. Admission will be 50c. enrollment and size.ON .

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"I hold the maxim no less applicable to public
called "Let's Stop
Another of our friends has Reader's Digest last fall ran a piece
than to private affairs that honesty is always the slipped silently into the world Exalting Punks..' Since punks are still around. it has some news- :

best policy. beyond i worthiness even today. _rI

GEORGE WASHINGTON Thursday night, sometime be- Marya Mannes.: the author of the piece. Is I think with

tween the time Jim Carter lay good reason opposed to punks whom she characterizes as

down for a night's rest and the ". egocentrics amoral unethical and blissfully numb to
Holland To Seek Canal FundsBy time to awaken and arise for the prickings of conscience."

the next day's life as we live it The rise of punks, according to Miss Mannes. "coincideswith

R. N. DOSH .on earth, the death angel came a breakdown In public morality following World War n, a

Editor Emeritus and called Jim to his eternal cynical acceptance of dishonesty: as the natural state of man.

The Ocala StarBannerSenator home. .After the legends of heroism came the truth as many saw it: y r

who is leading the fight in Con- He seemingly was well whenhe I the stripping of illusions from the public eye; proof of the futility f
Holland I
Spessard has announced he will went to bed but when Ella of sacrifice honor, nobility and all those qualities which
gress for the cross-Florida barge appropriation bill for hb wife, went to call him to made one man better than another.
file an amendment to a supplementary breakfast morning he
construction on the canal. His action "The "punk is not a new phenomenon; every 'age has seen
one million dollars to start had departed this life and gone The City of Green Cove this week was awarded Its
Committee of which he I the ascension to power of those unfit for. it. What concerns us
will come in the Senate Appropriations into the great beyond. seventh Florida Department of Public Safety certificate of
here and now is that. In our day. he is not only accepted and
Is a member.In When Ella saw }how he looked' honor "for meritorious service by virtue of having re.
his oplnlons'carry
excused but celebrated. His life is deemed important
addition the senator will ask $250.000 to begin planningthe from the door, she could not weight his example is followed. Under the banner of ambition corded "no traffic fatalities" last year.
Four Rivers Basin flood control and control and conserva- venture to him until some one self-interest and opportunism, this shabby image of man Pvt. Donald A. Prevatt son Shown above at the presentation are. L to r.: Mayor

tion project. Both of these projects were left out of the budget went with her. A daughter Ber- marches on, inflated by the bellows of press-agentry." of Mrs. A. V. Prevett of Green Allie T. Ivey Green Cove Police Chief Slater Robertson. Florida
bureau requests for Florida public works.It niece went to Jim and verified : Cove has completed his basic Highway Patrol Trooper M. T. Crawford, Jr. who mad
"Some say that religion no longer plays a vital role in set training at Ft. Gordon. Following -
pointed out that the barge canal and the four Ellas fears. He was dead and the presentation and Spa R. K. Doyle State Highway Safety
should ting standards that we may pay it lip service but no heed. a 2-week stay with relatives -
each other. With construction I Officer.
rivers flood control project complement cold.Jim Some say that parents no longer pass on to their children a at home he is 'now stationed -
benefits such as flood control con- was a resident of Clay
of the canal many clear code of ethics. Some blame the school for not providing at Ft. Belvoir Va., wherehe
result in the area embraced in Hill all his life. ,
would y1I. r
servation and recreation what the home neglects, and here I think a legitimate questioncan is assigned to the Combat .: zV
be that it is proper to tie Funeral services were con- _
rivers basin. So it can seen
the four be raised concerning one particular aspect of education: Engineers. I
the two projects together in the supplementary appropriationbill ducted at Long Branch: church the standards of craftsmanship.I VI
senator is sponsoring. Monday morning by :M. T.i __
the "Surely the punks have had their day. It is time now for Jesse M. Nichols. HI. 18. son
canal Knight interment was in Long
has the merit of the barge
Probably never before heroes for restoring man to his potential stature. Emerson wrote. of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Nichols -
Florida in such a factual and Branch cemetery.
been presented to the people of "The search after the great man is the dream of youth and the Orange Park is undergoing I :
Informative manner as at present. --&- most serious occupation of manhood." Only when people know nine weeks of basic recruit :'

Recently the Journal of the Florida Engineering Society Our pastor at Highland, the the best in men will they learn to reject the least in men." training at the Naval Training

which has some 2,000 members published three articles descrip- Rev. George Chism informed us Center Great Lakes, HI.' The r

tive of the canal. These articles appeared in the December. Jan- Sunday his brother-mlaw died indoctrination to Navy life began s ao

uary and February issues of the Journal. about the time Mr. Carter did on March 13. It consists of

One of the articles the history of the barge canal was pre- and his funeral was to be Mon- Letters To The EditorTo physical fitness drills military .

pared by this writer. A second article in the December Journal day morning at 10 o'clock in I i drills seamanship basic military :
was prepared by Joe L. Koperski chief of the U. S. Army Engir Moanic Ga. This is the hus- The I law. customs and etiquetteof r I Ir

nee ring. Jacksonville. It is titled "Facts and Figures." band of Mr. Chism's only sister I This the naval service swiming

A third article titled "Pro Bono Publico" (for the public We understand he has been ill i very and survival, and first aid.

good) was written by Col. Giles L. Evans, Jr.. who retired after for some time. Our deepest sym- I nomic

serving 23 years with the U. S. Corps of Engineers.Col. : pathy goes to this family also i the rest Army Specialist Four HaroldE.
of Flori- even if we did not know this I makes Bishop son of Curtis Jonesof
Evans who is manager of the Canal Authority
da, deals with the economic and defense value of the canal in a man. Death in any family is a What Hibernia Route. Green Cove Pictured above are the Nurses Aides who were capped
most comprehensive and informative manner. Every question grevious experience. We have I make this Springs is a member of the on April 4th at a meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary by Pearl

concerning the canal which has been raised by opponents of lost enough of our own family I tion that 1st Batalion of the 2nd Di- Stone Superintendent of Nurses. They are first row. left to

the project is answered in a factual and authoritative manner.In to know just what it means to tem vision's 23rd Infantry which is right: Claudette Hughes Duff ell Norriss, Arlene Dongllles.
have to give up a loved one. both scheduled to be airlifted to Bobby Underwood: second row: Ella Retersdorf, Pauline Prin-
devoted almost its entire Janu-
addition Florida May the Lord be with bless and We live Germany from Fort Benning, gle. Martein Helm and Norma Stump. Not pictured are Eu-
ary issue to a series of articles under the title "The Fight for keep each of these families. Ga., April 15, under the ROTA- nice Kuhrt and Betty
The principal article was prepared by
Florida Waterways. living in a PLAN troop rotation system.
who has done a most thorough research Job
Charles Darragh
challenging statements. In a sub-heading Another of our Highland is a rapid Specialist Bishop a machine-
and presented some II edge of gunner in the battalion's Com-
members, Genevive Stewart un-
Darragh says: dergoes in the St. Vincent tical pany C, entered the Army in
"Though: waterway development has been a controversialthing surgery
terns. June 1961 and completed basic Martin."k
in the past, most of Florida's business and political lead- hospital in Jacksonville
this week. I profound training at the fort. He Is a
neither active enough nor Tuesday morning
ers now support it. But this support is cation 1961 graduate of Clay High
We did not learn the for
where construction
strong enough to be felt in Washington 'our School.

funds are allocated surgery. i To best
To strengthen this support not only for the barge canal for these : Army Specialist Four Hays
but all waterways projects for which appropriations are being M. T. Knight is to deliver, tain I r W. Moody. 21, whose wife. Nancy e

asked in Congress the Canal Authority of Florida purchased rather conduct the prayer meeting ,ricula lives In Green Cove Springsis -
100 copies of each of these magazines and they are being placedIn services Wednesday eveningof mind. a member of the 1st Batta- .i

the hands of editors of Florida: newspapers, both daily and this week, at the Highland Future lion of the 2nd Division's 9th
weekly that they may be fully informed as to the merit of the church. We of this household schools i Infantry which was airlifted

unified waterway program which has been presented to Congressby have not been able to attend able to this week to Germany from

our Florida delegation and Gov. Farris Bryant. Many favorable prayer meeting for two or three three Fort Benning. Ga.. under the z
editorial comments are already appearing in the Florida weeks this old girl seems to be should ROTAPLAN troop rotation sys-
too weak and to attend
native '
tem. Specialist Moody a ma-
press.Florida's business leaders have been alerted to the economic services or has been for a while collegiate chinegunner in the battalion's An enthusiastic group of Clay High seniors boarded the

value of water transportation as never before. Waterways along and the others of the house- strate Company B, entered the Armyin train at Green Cove last Monday for -their Washington trip.

with railroads and airways, are essential elements of our national hold will not leave her to at Is more November 1961 and completed Pictured above are the chaperones and some of the seniors.

transportation system. All media will need to expand :tend. Can't say I blame them, it is a basic training at Fort Gordon They are. left to right: G. C. Weeks J. I. Brack Bob Brad.

drastically if we continue our present growth of around 3 Ji per the need a cook! If she gets hensive Ga. He is a son of Mr. Icy president of the Student Council Gail Wilkes Miss Martha -

cent per annum. Traffic must be moved at the lowest possible past going someone else will tive and Mrs. Arthur G. Moody of Rogers, senior advisor Sandra Stump (Miss Clay County),
overall cost to the country. Waterways provide the lowest have to cook and they just don'tlike medium Penney Farms and a 1959 Mrs. It. A. Underwood. Mrs. J. I. Brack and George Weeks

available cost for slow-moving bulk commodities an averageof the ob of cooking! Besides, and is graduate of Clay High School. president of the senior class. They will return to Green Cove
four mills per ton-mile against 1.5 cents per ton-mile for rail. Lillian is working in Jacksonville tool for He attended St. Johns River on Saturday V

And the consumer public Is the ultimate benefactor of these now and doesn't get home.. The Junior College. Photo by Gene Koz
savings. in time to cook an early sup the

but is always ready to eata .
You and you and you, as a consumer should be Interestedin per 1 a n g u .
construction of the cross state barge canal, and the flood LATE supper. Sunday morn- '
control program in the four river basin. Therefore letters to Sen. ing Bessie and Anita were bothon \ NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SV
the sick list Jim and Lillian
Holland and other members of the Florida delegation In Con- hereto V
attended School and
gress complimenting them on their efforts to obtain construc- Sunday
tion funds at this session of Congress should go forward with- church and left the two of us for this
alone to see which one could
out delay. ever
feel the worst, or sJeep the and

most. Anyway, both are feeling brackets

. much improved Monday morn- need this 550'i

FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSBy ing. own .. .. ... ..
WILLIAM C. MacIXXES about the final task force study The
President which has now been completed.The Mark (better known as Mutt]) should be
Tampa Electric CompanyThe Industry Policy and Plan- Hornsby and wife visited the civics

Florida Council of 100 has ning Committee has as its goals: Stricklands Sunday afternoon.As We use
L Cultivation of interest amongall quite a few will remember t
brought into a unified organization -
businessmen in Florida in
the top industrial financial Mutt is Jim Strickland's sister'sson
and business leaders In the State the development.promotion of industrial and was born and reared third

of Florida. near Starke. He now lives in
2. The protection of Industry
Within the organization we havea against unfair legislation and Jacksonville. This is the first Today"
unit called the Industry Policy executive mandates at all time Mutt has been to see Uncle it is CHEVROLET IMPALA SUPER SPORT
and Planning Committee which governmental levels. Jim in about 12 years and he living in
has broad responsibility for pro 3. Creation of interest In indus- has really grown to be a man
moting the industrial development trial parks in all areas of the in size since then! Wasn't a monopoly
of Florida in all respects. State.
weakling before, but has really dustry
This committee has been operat- 4. Making personal contacts
ing on an Informal basis. However with executives of industrial put on the old age spread in
it provides a specific groupof prospects In other areas of this time he has been absent second k d
Council members who by their the country. from us! Come to see us again average"

membership on the Committee 5. Developing material coveringthe Mutt before you grow out of for the
have definite responsibilities to broad aspects of Florida our knowledge again! lence!! at' j'A
assist the Council other s tat e as a desirable location for in
groups and individual communities dustry.
in broad problems relatingto 6. Coordinating the efforts of
industrial development the other industry commit- NOW
For instance this committee tees of the Florida Council ryf /

was instrumental in bringing to of 100. M1DDLEBURG BARBER __ _

the opportunity attention to of take the responsibilityfor Council its 7. Cooperation trial Division with of the the Florida Indus- Middleburr. Florida elegance Solid, quiet Body by Fisher. With Powerglide* or the 4-fpeed*.

(Hwy. 21 Across from
the raising of funds for the Development Commission.The .
Governor's Task Force Committee potentials of this strong HAIRCUTS $ ir _

on Space Era Education. This group of committee members is, FREE Lolliepops for the -- T
was a natural sequence to the obvious. No doubt there will be" 1 = SUPfR SPOfIT
HOURS 9:30 a.m. :
development of a farsighted report many areas through which this
by the Higher Education committee will be able to lend
Committee of the Council: which its support for the betterment of
was very Influential in bringing Florida.

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Phone 281-3166 ... .. : choices. Comfortflt Is what we call it. CHEVROLET
: .':. MUSIC
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Entered a. second Glut Matter. July 15, 19$2. at the Post OtZice CHEVROLET
Green Core Springs Florida under the Act; of March t. 1M7. WA YR
Seeosd Class postage paid at Green CT I.rtac. Fla. -

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HOLINESS I Social NotesMrs. I Engagement Announced Spring is here and the Xext week's schedule will pit LIST Charles AT HARVARD E. Oarber. 18-year-

cllurcliVermont thoughts of Green Cove youngsters Chaney's Cafe team against the old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Are. Robert van der Maaten Green Cove with his mother
have. turned to baseball. Standard Oil team at 5:30 o' Garber has been named to the
Green Cove Springs and children, Cindy Crock, and Mrs. Alice Padgett.
Chuck,Miss Ruth van der Maa- T.'t T.T.T.-- The Little League season opens clock on Tuesday. At 7:15 o' freshman dean's list at Harvard

You have a ten and Mr*. Beatrice Pagel and Mrs. Wilda Charlette of Tallahassee at 6 o'clock next Tuesday.The 'clock the same evening. P. announcement College according made this to week an

Special Invitationto son of Detroit were' guests of: was the week end schedule calls for 45 ,Hall's team will meet the Cities
by Harvard University. Young
attend Rev. and Mrs. C. E. van der guest of her sister Mr. and games between six teams. !Service team. Garbrr, who was born on tne

Church and Sunday School Maaten for the Easter holidays. Mrs. Herman Reed. On Sunday r rt Games will be played at 5:30 i On Thursday of next week, island of Aruba off the northeast
M Captain Robert van der Maaten they attended church in Palatka
and at 7:15 o'clock on Tuesdays Coca-Cola Works coast of South America,
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. left Easter Sunday for a 3 where Jean and Joyce Williams, Thursdays and Fridays. the Bottling where his father was assorted -
Preaching 11:00 a.m. weeks tour of the Industrial twin granddaughters of Mr. and team will meet the Revels Motors -
with petroleum refining was
The Little League needs I
Sunday Xite Serv. 7:00 p.m. plants of Portugal, Spain, Mrs. Reed sang in the choir. team in an early kame and the New Hampton
helpers, coaches any adults educated at
Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30: p.m. France: Holland Belgium and P.
who will instill into these Standard Oil will meet J. school in New Hampshire. The
Pastor, Her. J. C- 3laynorPhoneEi' West Germany with a group of
of Mrs. Clark Wager recently I youngsters a sense of fair play Hall's team at 7:15 o'clock.On Garbers have lived in Keystone
9-5830 Industrial College Captains
returned from Puerto Rico less than two years. Mr. and
and the
a style at playing game
the Armed Forces in Washington Friday, the Cities Service
I where she visited her son, Frank according to those who are in Mrs. Garber are now visiting
will the CocaColateam
D. C.Mrs. team play
Penley and his family. While, t-: charge of the program. in the early game and later relatives In Chapel Hill. N. C.

Mary Pacetti, Mr. and there they also went to the Because of an absence of the Revels Motors team will:. OUR APOLOGIESto
Islands with Mr. Penley.Mr.
\ Virgin
adult this
CLAY Mrs. George T. Boatwright participation year meet the Chaney's Cafe team.
Phone 284-6711 hare returned from a few days there wil lbe no baseball for On Saturday (a week from RALPH MILBERGERwho

i Mon. thru Fri. one show only! visit with Mrs. Boatwrigivt's and Mrs. John Bannerof boys in the 13-15-year-old cate this one), parents and others has moved to

Box office opens 7:15; p.m. brpther and sister-in-law Mr. Holly, Florida spent the weekend gory.A will be welcomed at the Little ORANGE A FERRIS

Feature Begins 7:45 p.m. and Mrs. Dan W. Pacetti, in recently with their parents : meeting of parents whose League field to go to work on (next to bus station)

Sat.-Sun., 2 p.m. continuous Fort Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Knight. boys are playing in the Little I reconditioning it. THE CRESCENT NOT
Both Mr. and Mrs. Banner are 4trU League' this year trill be held.. will have a photographeron Grace & Ferris
t, Phone 284-6711 employed at Howey Academy. his at 7:30 o'clock on Monday In. hand to see how many standup where we have said he was
Mrs. Gladys Phillip left for .
the be counted. for two weeks.
City Hall. to
Kew Orleans yesterday for a 10 .
Tburs.. Friday & Sat. -.
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day visit with friends, Mr. and Our apologies to Tracy Saun-
April 18, 19, & %0IT'S
Mrs. Robert Duhon for a family ders, Jr., in last weeks social of her
ONLY MONEY Mrs. Myrtle Ethridfe announces the engagement
reunion and Spring Fiesta notes \\"e made an error. It was '
with Jerry Lewis daughter, Norma Gertrude to Leamon Johns, nephew of Mr. WTVEGONE
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Ensign Eddie Hall Saunders and Mrs. Linsey Johns of Green Cove Springs.
With Joyce Taylor Mrs.Annette Boyer of "May brother of Tracy Saunders Jr., Miss Ethridge was one of the five finalists in the recent "J>>L
Ohio who married recently in D
flower Farms, Troy, was Miss Clay County Paent.l\fr. Johns Is employed by the Army
spent the week end as the guestof Detroit.
Sun., Mon. & Tues. Corps of Engineers in Miami.
her sister and bmther-in-
at the Methodist Church on,
The wedding will take place
April 21. 22. & 25 Jaw, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gus- 18, at 10 o'clock. All friends are invitedto
SOFTBALL GAME AT the morning of May I
tal son. TOJacksonville
Steve McQueen CHARLES E. BENNETTThere attend. Why GO

will be a softball game
Wed. & Thar pa Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. between' grades six and seven
Wed. & Thurs April 24, 25 Pearia Goucher.j at the Charles E. Bennett Junior Woman's dub 1962 Woman of the Year.
ELMER GANTRY School Saturday morning at 9 held their installation: of officers Members of the club will meet

with Burt Lancaster j Joel Padgett of Daytona o'cloc. The public is invited. on last Thursday evening in I the Keystone Lions dub in a

Beach spent the week end inThis the educational building of the baseball: game on Friday evening -
Community Church. All incom- April 26, at the City Park.

ing end outgoing officers were Game time is 8 p.m. There win COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES
I given oorsakes of yellow flowers be homemade cakes, cookies,

and blue ribbons, the dub and candy. Also cold drinks. All

;fir Week's f colors. Mrs. Jerry Johns, of on sale. Admission donation
J 1 f Starke, was installing officer. will be 50c per person. Each ad-

She presented each outgoing of- mission ticket will give the TRANSISTORS $9.95
: \ ficer with an open rose, symbolizing donor a chance: to win a transistor
I I BONUS5BUYS the full realization of radio which will be givenas

J1j.: their aims for the year. Each a door prize after the fourth
J incoming officer was presenteda inoine. You- can't afford to miss

bud symbolic of their potential this! UPADMIRAL
to accomplish much in (
LOll =
the coming year. .._
H.F. PHONO $39.95
used to dec-
Doses were also
t'\ : orate Kitty the McClave refreshment bestowed table.the hearing aids ADMIRAL H.F. STEREO with AM Radio .. $69.95

honor of the title of wOman of

Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps I J I the Year on Kie Ridaught beautiful and to fit everyhearing I ADMIRAL 19" PORTABLE T.V. 129.95 WITH TRADE

-- and presented Kie with a

t7 I bracelet. Kitty was the loss ADMIRAL .3" T.V. $159.95 WITH TRADE

>: STAMP OUT )1 ADMIRAL 10 cu. ft UP-RIGHT FREEZER $169.95 With Trade

- FOREST BEFORE \ ADMIRAL 12 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR $159.93; With Trade

Catholic Church MR. R. C. PAULKA HOOVER LARK VACUUMS - $35.95
THEY' START! Ladies Guild Laboratory Trained

z It takes only one park tOIl J Saturday April 20 Hearing Aid Consultant :USED T.V.'s from $12.95 AIR CONDITIONERS $159.95
.- destroy a Southern J j jv Across from
If must bum... >| Post OfficeCIIURCH
careful Clear a wide MAICO HEARING SERVICE
35c "\ break. Wait until wind is' Jacksonville, Fla., will give ABC T V SERVICE

QU low and humidity is high. NOTICE FREE hearing tests and demonstrations -
.\ Have plenty of help and I! Tuesday Mar. Phone 284-6381
1 1equipment on hand...so 26th, at BRADLEY'S DRUGSTORE
Z ,the fire can't get out of Green Cove Springs,
hands And stay until the. Florida.

(last spsuerer ark is out. : .. E. Houston St. A
N. Magnolia Ave c S.: r

Services held Sundayat
at 11 a.m.
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I; Events Of The Week I-BAND ELECT ASSOCIATIONTO OFFICERSThe Backstage At The Fashion Show SENIORS A tired but RETURN happy, WHEW group of! Orange Park I Socials I

Presbyterian Men's Barbequefor Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo. Band Association of Or- 45 Orange Park High School Mrs. Austin T. Drinkwater I elder Mrs. Benner is the County -

spent the week end in Clearwater Home Agent for her county.
Park High will hold its seniors and their equally tired
Women of the Church 267-Monday, April 22, ange
Thursday April 18, at the Hall annual election of officers on five chaparones returned< last i t to attend the christen-
church. at 8 pjn. at the Masonic Monday evening at 7:30 in the Saturday morning from the I ing of her twin granddaughters Week-end visitors of Lt.

;Orange Park Civitans-Tues- band room. Sharon and Shawn. The Comm. and Mrs. John Stump

Orange Park Little League I day. April 23. at 7 pjn. at All band parents are reminded class tour Washington, D.C. twins are the children of Mr. were her parents. Mr. and Mrs.

Mothers' AuxiliaryThursday. Charlie's Restaurant to send in their pledged do- The group departed last and Mrs. William Parker. Winthrop Faulkner of Keene

April 18. at 8 p.m. at Park Area Jaycees- nations of $2 a month to the 1 Tuesday afternoon via the Sea- N.H. The Faulknsrs are on

the home of Mrs. Gerald Orange Band Association P.O. Box 23, a board "Silver Meteor" spent; Mrs. E. B. McDaniel's parents their way north after spending -
Johnson 2644 Red Fox Rd. Tuesday April 23, at 8 pm. the night en route and arrived
Orange Park. Many parents Mr. and Mrs. Frederic E. the winter months at Sarasota -

Orange Park Lions-Monday, at the Town Hall have already paid for the en- a, 7 In the nation's capitol early !Mansfield of Auburn. Maine Florida.

April 22. at 8 pm. at the Orange Park Boat Club- tire school year but the moneyis Wednesday morning. That day are here visiting the McDaniel
Thursday April 25. at 8 pjn. visited the Bureau of En-
Lions Club. urgently needed to pay for they II family for a few days. Theyare Ann Bowen daughter of Mr.

new instruments.The graving and Printing Arling- on their way home after and Mrs. William. Bowen of

date has not yet been .3 ton National Cemetery. Iwo ,spending three months at Day- Carmona Ave.. is recoveringat

? set for the Raider Band's annual '- .. Jima Marine Memorial. Mt. I tona Beach. home after a tonsillectomyat

Going Fishing spring concert but it will Vernon and the F.B.I. Build St. Vincent's Hospital.Jim .

school cafe- ing. In the evening there was
be in May at the Mr. and Mrs. Allen.
SALLY and ED MANALIO torium. This concert is free an illuminated tour of Washington I George
Jowers home from
Jr. and son George have moved came
of : and the public Is invited to at- including the Lincoln to Ft. Campbell. Kentucky! Florida Southern College to
oF. and Jefferson Memorials the
(Sally's Bait & Tackle of Orangedale) tend.Director Four of the lovely ladies who modeled at the Fashion where Mr. Allen is now stationed visit his mother. Mrs. Jean

Have opened a new store at H. M. King and the show sponsored by the Orange Park Woman's Club pause for Washington Monument. and with the Army. Mrs. Allenis Jowers. during the Easter
the National Archives.On
Magnolia Springs Marina band performed last Monday the cameraman. From left to right, Mrs. Gorden Sandridge visited the former Alene Baston of week end. Mrs. Jowers Just returned -
Thursday they
evening at the St. Augustine Airs. "Buck" Murphy, Miss Joan Gorskl and Mrs. Charles Paris. France. last week from a 5-day

They can now serve you on both sides of the river for all band shell during 'the Easter Hill pose In some of the fashions from Jean Jowers which Washington Cathedral Em- cruise to Nassau.
festival. They spent the after- they modeled. Mrs. Cecil Gregory and Mrs. Walden Johnson bassy Row Washington
Your Fishing Needs at Zoological Park the U. S. Cap- New residents on River Road
noon playing games and pic- of Orange Park Pharmacy supplied the make up to the models.
itol Building Library of Congress are Lt. Comm. and Mrs. LeslieW. This evening the Men of the
nicing there before the con-
MAGNOLIA\ SPRINGS BAIT & TACKLE SHOP cert. and Supreme Court. That Benner and their children Presbyterian Church are entertaining -

(Just Over Governors Creek Bridge) Notes From evening was spent on a moon- Henry Hester Laura Villeta the Women of the

Newsy light cruise up the Potomac and Barbara. Visiting them recently Church at a barbeque supper

t All Kinds of Bait Including Live Crabs TEEN AGERS River. was Mrs. Benner's mother. at the church. Stan Vertner

Soft Drinks Ice Cream Candy DANCE FOR LIONS Bellair And MeadowbrookReporter Friday morning was spentat Mrs. Catharine S. Bennerof will show his religious paint-

Highway 17 Green Cove Springs the Smithsonian Institution Green Castle Indiana. The ings.
Around 70 teen-agers really
"danced up a storm" at the : LEE McGUIRE Phone 264-6959 and the seniors then
boarded the afternoon train
Lions Club last Saturday eve- Edward Morsden has been Head Branch State Park. The Come and Join the Fun at the
the "Silver Comet" for the return -
ning, during the Lions monthly named president of the W. E. troop's newest member is

Teen-agers Record Hop. Cherry Elementary school Martin Feldt who was inducted trip to Jacksonville. Roller SKATING Rink
All agreed that the trip had
OAK RID G.E TERRACEREDUCED Disc Jockey Ken Fuller was PTA. in ceremonies at the W. E.
been most fascinating and Jn-
I master of ceremonies and plat- Other new officers namedat Cherry PTA.Meadowbrook. Idlewild Ave. Across from the Courthouse Annex
spiring. although had
: 3 ter spinner for a wide varietyof the April .meeting are: Mrs. Green Cove Sprints
been rather chilly in the cool
dances. from twists and Nadine Jewell first vice presi-
'. -Bellair Baptist Washington weather quite different SHOE SKATES TO FIT EVERYONE
e sweet slow numbers to hully- dent; Tom Darby second vice
3 chapel broke all attend- I at this time of year from
a 6 gully and limbo. president; Mrs. Betty Sees- HOURS -
records at the services
ance on the balmy Florida climate.
Larry Vickers and Becky dorf. secretary; and G. Cline Palm Sunday. A total of 152 Mothers &; Pre-School Children 9 am. to 11 a.m. Tues.

Hatcher won first prize in the treasurer. They will be installed persons attended Sunday 2 p.m. to 6 pan.; 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. WednesdayNew

twist contest, their choice of at the meeting next
school and 120 were in attendance Sessions Additional to Lust Weeks Ad
10 records from the Big APE; month.
; at the evening training DOGRACING
and Ron Easter and Carol
union classes. The initial
Crowe were second winning 5 Boy Scout Troop 410 spent
meeting of the girls' auxiliary REAL ESTATE
records. last week end camping at Gold
will be held in the chapel
Lion Ray Bradley chairmanfor
today. The meeting to be held
the hops announces that LITTLE LEAGUERS
after school is open to all girls
the next one is set for May 11, NEED SUPPORTThe (Nightly except Sunday
from 9.to 16 years of age. The
after the Lions Club Carnival Orange Park Little
curriculum will be mission Thru Jane 1)
dinner. Teen-agers can rea1l7ma.ke League mothers' auxiliary
By 10% For 6O Days Only study..Sponsoring the work will INSURANCE HKjm APPRAISALS
a day of it by attendingall meets at 8 o'clock this eveningat
be Mrs. Harold'Garrett., Mrs. PLAY
By Owner of these events: Carnival the home of Mrs. Gerald
Harold Parker Mrs..Fred Pues-
910O Down $20.00 Per Month dinner and record hop. Johnson,' 2644 Red Fox Rd. the fabulous BIG "Q"
ler and Mrs. Ratliff.
NO INTEREST The Little League urgently

needs the support of all ,the
Area Restricted -'Only 5 Lots Left
The Bellair MeadowbrookCivic
mothers. If you miss this'meet-
Frank W. Brownand
Don't Miss This Bargain
Ing please come to the next League adopted a charter POST

Phone 2813106We Mr. and Mrs. George L. Allenof one which will be announceda and bylaws at a meeting last TISIEIst Associates -

week in advance.So week. Archie Padget was r
Blanding Blvd. announce the I 1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone CO 4-9504 Orange Park
engagement of their daaughter. far the Orange Park Little named president until the regular -

Barbara Inez to Burton W. League has one sponsor I election scheduled for RACE

Wheeler son of Mr. and Mrs.L. Cotney Tire Service. Three May 11. Others so named are: 8:0o Pat. i

eWe 1 E. Voelm of River Junction, more sponsors are needed. For Paul Boyd. first vice president; OPENING 22ND APRILHarper's

Michigan.Mr. more information about spon- Tom Marga donna. second vice

soring a team you may con- president; Carl Lindsey second
V Wheeler is stationed with Daily Double
Service olkswagens the Navy aboard the TJ.S.S. tact Lion Jake Lynch ,at 004- vice president; Mary Lafair Garageformerly

Ware. The wedding date will 93349. secretary; Betty Fortune assistant lit &; 2nd Races

alsoSports be announced later. The opening game of the Lit secretary; Mrs. Marga-

tle League will be on Saturday donna. treasurer and Helen Quinielas Every Race ( Harrington)

Cars afternoon April 27. Walter Bullington assistant treasurer.
Odum will be on hand to throw Directors named are: J. O.

SPRING MOTORS out the first ball forOrangePark's Mauk. Ken Zelinka and the ORANGE PARK SPECIALIZE IN:
TANK Rev. Roy Timberlake.
first Little League season -
Green Cove Springs Phone 284-9209 Land for the civic center is

SERVICECleanouts being donated by the Claytona S. Highway 17 O IGNITION SYSTEMS

P-TA HOBBY SHOWThe Land Developers and the build- O CARBURETOR REBUILDING

e annual Orange Park ing will be constructed and South, of Naval Air Station

Elementary School hobby show given by Mr. Trager. Your business will be appreciated"ORANGE
YOUR Neighborhood
Repairs sponsored by the PTA. is The Civic League is sched- PARK FLA.

COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire scheduled for Friday April 26 at 7:30 o'clock
InstallationsORANGE uled to meet Entertainment Center KINGSLEY: AT RAILROAD AVE.
from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 o'clockin Monday in the chapel. AU resi-

PARK the evening. dents are invited to attend. I

from Smallest 264.6171 Adults and. children in the
Recapping to Largest Sin
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Orange Park area are invitedto

2843860STARKE exhibit their handicrafts

Dist. Miller Tires-Autolite Batteries collections paintings dolls,

etc. Copies of the rules and
9691952If regulations for the show may .
Cor. Park and King Fla. be obtained at he school of- 4G Bpi.
Jafksonrille., ,. .. s13
No Answer s.- .._;. ----- ;d.x
fice. For more information,
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Call Jacksonville '?; 'J '" "'*-,
EV 9-3027: or EV 4-0491 you may call hobby show
SP 13548Free r
chairman Mrs. G. B. Berkson. -

at 0046476.
.. aarwru ; Ff
#"., During the show a musical
: T
.'. -. "H'.";- .. i puppet show will be presented ",,

ft + AXD every half hour. Various hob- ; ':
IN ..-..c 'vPhone :: f'8I8fi9irf8R
??T -*" : : ...- bies will be demonstrated and : /
; -
;:; o<.: ... refreshments will be served: / tl .
: ? ORAN GE.PA.RK':_ Estimates Registration chairmen for j'

the hobby show are :Mrs. G. A. t8/i78/I78///89Iu/f

AMASON'SComplete Perlick and Mrs. Kenna Clark;
1905 U. 8. Highway 17 304.0431
publicity. Mrs. C. M. Rogers: r: I land save a pretty pennyj.

t Septic Tank refreshments, Mrs. W. A. Mason ,

Service I ad display. Mrs. J. M. /I + Breeze along behind Lark's optional

Stump. Judges will be from the V8
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Jacksonville Recreation De- s. 2. Relax and enjoy Lark's roomy /ap..of-fuxury
con vert/b/es.

II here The Bei d 2s BetIc;" We Collect YOU ARE 3. Let springtime-through Lark's exclusive

I i sunroof sedans.
Electric DRIVING BLIND! w. choice

0.XL y .. ; 4. Help yourse/f the blue.sky'un of a slide-roo/

THBDEST and ta- Lark Wagonaire.

TelephoneBills tt-1 v' R'a 5. Drive the best bargain of your fife-waiting for you

FCrtl YOUR / now at your Studebaker dea/er'sf :

NEEDS lom,1te AdvoiK4 TKa linj of

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O.B.NALLHARDWARE,1022 .. .When you fail to observe far
enough ahead to avoid any type .

( : Highway 17 Phone 2 1..a&3t Orange Parka of accident tactics.immediate situation defensive which driving demands 1 ;,;-'430 Orange Ave., -i-, .. -.jGreeix Cove.._Springs; :Fla.


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1 i v /r FLORIDA.IN Notice is hereby given that, COURT OF CLAY COUNTY.

pursuant to a final decree of '
foreclosure entered in caus FLORIDAIn
A0.3596 Probate
numbered C-3584.. In the Cir
RIDGEWOOD SAVINGS cuit Court of Clay County In Re: Estate of rJc .

Florida I will sell the
a corporation. -
Plaintiff erty situated in Clay County deceased :wx.


Lot 23, Block 7, Meadow- NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
L. AREHART, unmarried -
MARINA MOTELAPTS. brook Unit No. 2. accordingto All Creditors and Persons
INLET MARINAHwy Defendant. plat recorded in Plat Book having Claims or Demands
8, 12 and 13, public
pages against said Estate:
17 Orange Park Week MonthU. NOTICE OF SUIT .
MILBERGEROrange By or records of Clay County, Flor- >
-ii STORAGE-WET & DRY S.'17 North THE STATE OF FLORIDATO ida. You and each of you are t\W. _

& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATSEE PHONE 284-3605 : Clifton L. Arehart at public sale, to the highest hereby notified and requiredto

(next to bus station) -ZY TRAILERS Address unknown and best bidder for 'cash, at present any claims and demands -
You are hereby notified thata :
MERCURY ENGINES the front door of the Clay you may have
REFRIGERATIONAND suit has been filed againstyou
against the Estate of
SALES & SERVICECO in the above entitled cause; Cove County Courthouse Florida in between Green Mosley. deceased late of Clay r _
Springs ,
AIR CONDITIONINGService PAUL'SAll and that you are hereby required County. Florida to the County
11:00 and 2:00 I
4-9835 ajn. : p-tn. on '
to file your answer with Judge of
the 30th of 1963. Clay County Florida
day April
Legal Beverages the Clerk of the Court, and to at his office in the Courthouse

Home Phone 284-9780 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. serve a copy thereof upon the GEORGE L. CARLISLE of said County at Green Cove William M. Starling' Middleburg. got what h.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Business Phone 284-9431 Dnval County Line plaintiff's Attorney whose Springs, Florida, within six swears is his first Easter basnet last Sunday from his great
(Court Grace M. Carlisle
and address is John E. By grandson Jeff Short. Jeff is 7 old his
E. REED North of Orange Park name Seal) Clerk months from the time of the years ; great-grand
Roquemore and Gray C. Ram- Deputy first publication of this notice. father is more than ten times that age. Mr. Starling is recuperating -

AGIN'SRefrigeration Bookkeepingand PIANO SERVICE saur, 825 Barnett National Knight& Kincaid Poucher Each claim or demand shall be at the Green Cove home of his daughter. Mrs. J.
Tax Service Bank Jacksonville 2 Harris B. Everett.
Building, ,
1112 In writing shall be in duplicate -
Barnett Bank
''i 6 Yi And Air 400 W. Walnut St. GEORGE WEEKS Florida" not later than April Jacksonville 2, Florida Building shall state the place of

f ;1 5 ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284-6721 PIANO SERVICE 9.If 1863.you fail to do decree Attorneys for Plaintiff residence and post office ad-
dress of the '
Tuning RepairingPHONE claimant shall be Middleburg NotesReporter
April 18ti'
Green COTe Springs pro confesso will be entered sworn to by the claimant his I
284-3278 for the relief demanded
against you -
Rt. agent or attorney and shall be : BLANCH BOREE
Box 50 Hlbernia
Sales in the complaint.
Chrysler Airtmp
accompanied by the one dollar
CABINET WORK Green Cove Springs Phone BU 2-5348
The of
Authorized Philco nature said suit being filing fee required by law and

Service for foreclosure of a certain any such claim or demand not Those attending the Donkey other relatives at the home of

Day Ph. 281-3680 LINSLEY WOODWORKS REAL ESTATE mortgage encumbering prop- so filed shall be void. basket ball game Friday night Mr. W. C. Rivera, father of

284-3402 Custom Cabinetry erty situate in the County of were Mrs. Ruth Gnann and children Mrs. Hal Adams on beautiful
Night CLARENCE B. LAZETTE Clay, State of Florida to-wit: /HARRY L. MOSLEY
Office Bar and Store Fixtures Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Kingland Lake.
Palmetto Lot Fifteen (15) Block As Administrator of the
Cabinets Bldg. Hardware Liscensed Broker In onald Mrs. Iona Huntley and -
Green Cove Springs Three (3). Unit No.: 1, Estate of Harrison Mos-
Plywood Plastic Laminates Green Cove Springs Debbie Mr. and Mrs. Ted Frances Sunday guests of Mr. and
ley. deceased.
MEADOWBROOK, accord- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Deese Mrs. J. L. Ahrerez were Mr.
Phone Bus. 284-3223 Since 1037
Ing to plat thereof recorded First publication April 18, 1963
FILL DIRTCHERRY and children Mmday Master, and Mrs. William Saunders and
Phone Res. 284-3803 Homes Farms Acreage in Plat Book 6, page 7, 25-M2, 1963 Robin Wilson Mr. and Mrs. H. diiMert! of Gainesville. and Mr.

Highway 17 North 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 public records of Clay C. Williamson and Kenney, and and Mrs. S. D. Saunders of

& LOVETT Green Core Spring County Florida. LEGAL NOTICE Salley Starling. Green Cove Springs.

WITNESS my hand and the
DragLine Dump Truck APPLIANCESJim ELECTRICALAtlas seal of said Court at Green IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The Rev. Toot Geyer pastorof Week end guests of Mrs. Dorothy -

LIGHT DOZIER WORK Cove Springs, Florida, this CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIN the Methodist church was Howard were Edward and

CLEAN FILL DIRT Carter Appliance Electric & Mechanical 26th day of March A. D., 1963. CHANCERYNo. injured in an automobile accident Joe Ann Vickers and daughter

Shell Clay Service. Inc. CompanyWe (SEAL) and is hospitalized at the Barbara from Boynton Beach,

GEORGE L. CARLISLE 3600 in Jackson- Bob and Charlotte Vickers
FREE ESTIMATES do all types of electrical Baptist Hospital and
A. F. BakerRefrigeration
Clerk of Circuit Court HENRY O. SCOTT Larry from
PROMPT DELIVERY ville. Cummings Jack
& wirln*. By Grace M. Carlisle Plaintiffvs. sonville.

Courteous Service Air Conditioning Service RAY SHIPP Deputy Clerk Decoy Baptist Church will -

Phone CO 4.6311 Mar. 28, April, 11. 18, 1963 WARREN SCOTT 27 Friends of Mr.
also all Owner and Manager have a chicken supper April Mrs. La-

Res. CO 4-0867 Phone 284-9228 LEGAL NOTICE Defendant at 6:30 p.m. Rev. H. C Lane fayette Thomas Jr. and children -

W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, Major Appliance Repairs of Middleburg is pastor. They will be interested to know
General Mgr. Income Tax Service will also start a revival on that they are now making their

Doctors Inlet FlaOPPORTUNITY Phone 2813512Miscellaneous COURT OF CLAY COUNTY, THE STATE OF FLORIDATO April 28.Recent. home in Detroit, Mich. '
18 Years Experience
FLORIDA. In Probate. No. : WARREN SCOTT Resi- -

Short Forms-$2.00 563. 4i dence Unknown. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dickey and children

Long Forms-$5.00: up In re: Estate of J. H. MANN- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Mrs. Roy Jimeson were Mr. and spent last week with her mother -
r rFor
I I Reasonable Rates for Business ING, sometimes known as i< FIED that a suit has been filed Mrs. J. H. Jimeson and son, and father in JacksonviH*.
Real Estate, Rentals Etc. against you in the above enti- Jessie of Colorado Springs, -
ING, deceased. .
Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. CABOT
PAUL REMLIXGER tled cause and you are hereby
required to serve upon plaIn- has as guests this week their
RentFOR 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. PETITION FOR FINALDISCHARGE tiff's attorney whose name and Week end guests of Mr. and daughter Miss Phillys Canova

Orange ParkCAREY'S address hereon, Mm. A. E. Lanier were their and roommate Joan Hicks from
appear your
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- Notice is hereby given that I 1 er. tE written defenses, if any to the daughter anad son, Rachel and Shorter College Rome Ga., and

house, newly .painted ,inside,and mowers. $15.00 and up. l\IcGee's TRADING POST have filed my final returns as bill of complaint in said suit Kenneth Himmerly from Tre- Miss Peggy Saunders from Atlanta
TRADE administratrix of the Estate of
cut, reasonable, large yard, appliances Welding & Radiator. 520 N. copy of which Is delivered to vecca Nazarene College in Ga.Sunday.
H. Manx
J. sometimes
furnished. Call Penney Orange Ave., Phone 2843163. Three locations: ig, k you herewith, on or before Nashville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. -
Farms 5298211. 20tfe 7tfe 15 E. Palmer SU Ph. 284-3280 known as Joseph Hurley Manning May 6, A.D. 1963. Wynn and Rev. Drake from guests of Mrs.. ETa
deceased that I have
Warehouse & antiques old ; A\ Folkton, Ga. Green were her children! Mr.
Herein fall not or decree
filed for distribution
FOR' RENT 2 houses furnished my petition : and Mrs. J. W. Music of
Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. r Daytona -
FOR THE BEST in all-round and for final discharge confesso will be entered againstyou
one 1 bdr. and one 2 Mr. and )1\1. W. J. Negrych Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
the CRESCENT "BIG TOP" tent Blanding and that April 29, 1963, I for the relief prayed in the
try on
nice, freshly painted good printing g't
bdr.. extra -and Mrs. Roy Jimeson and children William Green and children
INC. The Blvd. At Ridgewood will to the Honorable bill of complaint.
priceIs apply
inside and out phone 529-
spent Easter Sunday at a from Green Cove Springs.Mr. .
Farms. Sltfc right. Furniture & appliances at Thomas J. Rivers, County THE NATURE OF SAID
Penney at tile homeof
5291 family get together I -
bargain prices Judge of Clay County, Florida. SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE.
)Ir. sand Mrs. Buck Murphy and Mrs. Charles Fooat.
FOR RENT furnished FOR SALE Upright piano, for approval of said final returns WITNESS my hand and the in Orange Park. Guests included gave ana Easter Party this:
2 bedroom house ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES and for an order of distribution : seal of said Court at Green
Extra or trade for chord organ. TeL Mr. and Mrs. John Dewa- week end fo their children, Jean
located 418 Cypress St. Inc. and for final discharge Cove Springs. Florida this 2nd
Bentley.Infnc' 284-3613. 28-4c berry and children Gail, Johnie and WeJten Engel and children.
clean contact Department Mrs.Store. 4 tfc We Will Trade for Your Car, as administratrix of day of April AX) 1963. and Cathy from Jacksonville.All from Miami, Joe anad Nancy

FOR SALE German Shep- Furniture, Diamonds, or Anything said estate. GEORGE L. CARLISLE the family was present ex- Stoddard from AUeaadale. S. c.;
Bale, 4 BR block Value New Mobile /s/ Elsie Manning Powell Clerk Circuit Court who is and Edward .
FOR RENT or herd puppies white or black of on a AdministratrixMarch cept Mr. Roy Jimeson, and Joe Ann Vickers

house, large yard in Penney and silver. Purebred.: $25 each. Home. '. (Seal) By Grace M. Carlisle now servink on the Saratoga and baby Jean from Boynton
April 4,11,181963LEGAL
GCS 284- MOBILE HOMES, 28. Deputy Clerk
Farms. Telephone GCS 2843567. ll-2e ST. JOIL somewhere in the Mediternui- Beach.

9708. 21-28C Inc. NOTICE: SAM B. WILSON un. r

6263 Roosevelt Blvd. Attorney for Plaintiff r Mrs. AjHrfe Bass Val-
i FOR SALE 3 year rtg. female EV 4-5584 NOTICE OF CLOSING OF 7 Adams doeta.
EstateFOR 217 Guaranty Life Building Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
For Sale Real Dashshund Bookcase, Ige. 2-14 tfc ROAD PROCEEDINGSTO Jacksonville, Florida spent the Easter week end with I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs

I.wing back sofa, power mower WHOM rr MAY CONCERN April 4-11-18-25 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Adams and Morris Wnht.
SALE-Furnished 3 bdrm. gas stove 3 cots, circulating :

house 1 year old-2 lots-Hard- oil heater drum & stand, wal- BUY OR TRADE YOU will please take notice

wood floors-Tile bath-Owner nut Bedroom set. Phone 284- For Your Used Mobile Home. that the BOARD OF COUNTY .

leaving state-Reduced price-- 9781. Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance COMMISSIONERS OF CLAY Y.

Phone 284-9345. on Your Coach to Trade.. :COUNTY FLORIDA, upon motion 3 f Go first class!

'58- Call EV 4-5584 Collect. of said Board, will at 9:00 .
FOR SALE at Vllano Beachon FOR SALE Plymouth, i
o'clock A.M. on day
AlA Ocean Side, 2 stone V-8, station wagon, 4-dr.. auto.
trans., 4 tires new trans- Inc. May. AJ3.. 1963. at the County
cottages with connecting garages. new
2-14 tic Courthouse in Green Cove
Phone VAUey 9-2975 or mission. PS FB. R&H. Excel- :
Springs, Clay County Florida Buickjust2353EXCLUSIVE
VA 98106. St. Augustine. lent cond. Call owner 529-8781,
consider and determine whether -
lie Penney Farms. lip JONES & HALL NURSERYNow .
or not the county will vacate -

FOR SALE or rent New 2 Open 7 Days A Week abandon, discontinue,

bdr. house. Rt. 2. Box 220. FOR SALE-3-year reg. female Come Out Browse Around close, renounce and disclaim

Phone 2849611. 28-4o Dachshund; bookcase, large See Our Stock any right of Clay County or J *
wing-back sofa gas stove. 3 Highway 13 South of New RnUIICI RCA
the public in and to any lands t D DYNAGROOVE L.P.crutcat .-'
SITUATION WANTED cots walnut bedroom set. Ph. Bridge, turn right at Collecove or interests therein, acquiredfor ':* sound nce record

2849781. Store follow signs. road or highway purposesto I Rt- .t best". Jurt$1 withaclot

RAILROADS AIRLINES that certain road located in order form at Buick dultrs.
f ,i (Mast Buick deekra* Aava
TRUCKLINES INDUSTRYMEN I am 61 years old white and CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA l' ,, x y/ aibu +01 hand iBuck's

& WOMEN 18-35 startto desire to marry soon. For more described as follows:

train at once. Many open- information write Eugene HELP WANTED Commence at the point on
Ings. Expanding Transportation Walker Garrett Green Cove State Road No. 21 where

& Communications Industry Springs. lie HELP WANTED RELIABLE the same Is intersected by

needs TRAINED per- MAX OR WOMAN. To take State Road No. 218 at Mid- wrt

sonneL Free placement. Positions Use Our over Watkins Route in Green dleburg. Florida and run-

in R.R. Telegraph Teletype Cove Springs. Good for up to ning southeasterly through

Rates Tariff, Traffic ClassifiedPage $65 weekly to start. No Invest Section 14. 24. 19. 30. 29.

Mgm't. For qualifying Interview ment. Set your own hours. Per- 28, 33. in Townships 5 and

Include address, phone, manent opportunity.; Full or 8, Range 25 East In Clay ff h.. 4 i.Only.

age race married or sinrle.I For Quick part time. Write C. R Ruble County. Florida and being s

Write Box V, The Crescent. Dept. A-l P.P. Box 2447. Memphis parts of the old Middle-

ll-2c Results 2, Tennessee. 11 BC Burg-Penney Farms grad-

IIIIIII H M Ii > 1 M M I I M 1 Ml II t I l"l I I III 1 II M I III I IIIIII ed road now supplantedand
replaced by the exist you

I AREA BUSINESS CTORY ing road-State Road 218.

(It being Intended to close
can prevent
I I t i i i i ''i"K-t ; i iii i i i 1 1 1 1 1 4*H**: 1*{"i H":* 1 1 1 i-fr3H : :--H-s-1 lit-Hn I I 1 1 1 1 n only that part of the old

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county roads above mentioned -

BASE FURNITURE CO aide of the present road

Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACYReliable AMERICAN right-of-way of State Road Follow Smokey's A-B-C's. breaking sales records all over-and you can make a record deal yourself.
Appliance OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 218 above mentioned). "record "take off with the
Carpeting Always hold matches till cold During setting days, first class comfort,luxury and room
Complete Home Furnishings Prescription Service Persons interested may appear -then break in two of the jaunty Buick Special America's only V-6 car engine. Plus T&aty of,no-cost

5953 RooseveltBlvd.. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner at the time and place Be sure you drown all fires out a extras, only $i333. &* FLASH! Spttlil V4 sweeps CUss D MebB Economy run I

JacksonvilleCV 7-401' Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists In above specified and be heard. -cold! .._-.-........srsw ewe irw r Ywer.....r.r ww.1..A. err w........w,-......aw.......
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment Dated April 9. 1963. Crush ashtray aO!smokes dead-in *n .rrr-.::-.:-r.w.w"w.u.aK- r.uMe arr w.......prr r.e dP,,aw w t.df.... .J.JI

Used. Pacemakers Air Trailers-Bank Stream and for Travel Feerles Financlnf Pharmaceutical," Needs-Saodries Complete Line bf Greeting CLAY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY FLORIDA OP SAN LEBRYDO

George L. Carlisle I atBt ck Dealers I.

BUTTS 0017 MOBILE' Roosevelt HOMES.Blvd.. INC 2032 Blinding Bird.. Cards Clerk LUMBER CO. -. ;_ .

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II KH Woman's Club NewsThe I The CANCER Cancer Drive DRIVE is under St Anne's Confirmation FRIENDS OF TRE LIBRARYOn I KH Church News 1

Monday April 8 meeting
way! If one of the volunteer
Keystone Woman's Club Stringer and Mrs. Floyd Koons workers has as yet not been to was aheld. to organize a ST. WILLIAMS Dr. A. C. Holt The ofeMd was
held its monthly executive manned the booth from 2 till Sunday masses through April named David Lome.
your home, you may expect her w "Friends of the Library" move-
4 p.m. These ladies along with will be at 10 o'clock. Summer Both youth choirs Carol
board meeting preceding the soon, so please give as gener-
ment in
Mrs. A. F. Crosby, Mrs. Olive fK Keystone Heights. schedule will resume in May. and Celestial-and the Senior
regular business meeting last Stevens, Mrs. Mabel Husbands ously as you can rememberingthat Friends of the Library are interested There will be a high mass Choir, rendered Easter An-

week in the educational buildIng and Mrs. J. A. Williams, sold cancer no respecter ofpersons citizens both men this Sunday and every third thems at both services.
of the Community Church. 1180 bottles of coke. may anyone and women of the ,community Sunday. The first Sunday-the Memorial flowers were sent

The club had been aasked to Mrs.: Leo LeBlanc was still including you or your loved ft who work to promote the children's communion Sundaythe by: Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H.

'take part in the cancer drive busy collecting ticket money ones.To all coffee drinkers: See welfare of the Libraray. children's choir will sing. Schroeder in memory of Mr.
''next week. Mrs. Julius Hanson from the Ole Time Vaudeville Friends of the Library are On the second and fourth Sun- and Mrs. E. J. Lavey; Mr. and
Bill Belote for your coffee
reminded the members Show. Proceeds to date amountto Mr. needed to help further Library days of the month, the dialogue Mrs. S. E. McKay In memoryof
'breaks on next Thursday.
that the object of the club according about $300. policies and programs to fo. mass will be recited. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith;
Belote will donate all coffee proceeds -
to the constitution. Mrs. Olive Stevens had a of that date to the Ameri- ens attention on not only the All those receiving Holy i by Miss Gertrude Houser in
was "to promote and carry on completed program for the Art I can Cancer Society. So let's services and facilities, but also Communion are asked to ap-I' memory of Mr. James Houser;

civic, educational, philanthropic I and Hobby Show held April 17 'drink coffee, coffee, coffee! the needs of the Library. Theyare proach the altar rail by the Mrs. D. O. Stewart in memoryof

and social activities." at the Masonic HalL That's the 25th of April.On as important to a libraryas center aisle and return to their Mr. D. O. Stewart; by Mr.

The group* voted to take part Mrs. James Cook, 'legislative Wednesday evening, April the Parent Teachers Association seats by the side aisles. and Mrs. Frank Walrath, Sr.,

In the drive. Mrs. Robert Hen- chairman. advised the mem- 24 at 8 p-m. there will be a is to a ublic school. Librarians Coffee and doughnuts or in memory of Frank Walrath.
la general chairman. On and Library Board members rolls are served in the recreation Jr.; by Mrs. Donna K. Wal-
dry bership of their individual dutyto public meeting in the Clay Electric r
April 26. a fish fry will be held attend a, called meeting of Conference Room, for the alone cannot make the library hall after mass every Sun- rath. In memory of Mr. Wal

at Keystone Beach. Each club the city council when the pro- viewing of the short but infor- the real educational force day morning. Coffee and two rath; and by Mr. G. E. Wiggins -

participating will have a special poosed revisions of the, char- mative film, "The Other City." Following their confirmation at St. Anne's Espiscopal it should be in the community doughnuts for 25c. in memory of Mrs. Ella
assignment and the ter are to be presented. For Dr. Sarah Lou Wells will be on Church on Wednesday evening, April 10, are Laurie Alderman, it serves. St. William's Catholic club Wiggins.Mrs.

Woman's.Club will be in charge club members' information hand to answer questions. Free Mildred Louis Logsden James Tiller Richard: Murrhee, Jr., Officers were elected at the will hold an oldfashionedSteak Walter Grolick's circle

of furnishing home-baked des- Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Sara Mc- and discussion can clear Suzanne Nelson and Earle Thompson. At the far left is The April 8 meeting. Mrs. Marie Supper in the recreationhall celebrated its members' birth-

'serts. Mrs. John Bird will be Donald outlined the proposed open we harborin Rev. William C. Worstall, rector of St. Anne's and at the far Bird was elected president; Mrs. on Saturday evening, from days at a luncheon party on

general chairman. changes. The charter is' to be up our an minds questions, and yet may hesitate or right is the RL. Rev. Hamilton West, Episcopal: Bishop of Nan Muir treasurer; Mrs. Helen 5:30 till 7:30: o'clock. Our town Easter Monday. Mrs. Helen \

The,:Alachua County Federation submitted to the state legisla- forget to ask the doctor at appointment Florida. Lawrence, secretaary; Mrs. has seen chicken barbeques, Egan and Mrs. Margarita '
Grennan planned the luncheon
pork barbeques. fish fries fried -
of Woman's Clubs has extended ture, now in session in Talla- time. Hilda Dey publicity chairman.
: chicken dinners spaghetti They were aaseieted in
suppers -
membership to the haassee. On :Friday! April 26, there BIRD PRIVETT ESTRELLITAS MEET Mrs. Lawrence is library clerk,
but this is serving by Mrs.
the first steak Grolick. Mrs.
Keystone Club. Fourteen members Mrs. Bird chairman of the cook-out at Key- also. Other members of the
friends of the will a big The marriage last week of Lt. The Estrellita Club held its supper we remember. Tickets Arthur Mannering. and Mrs.
attended the fall meetingin library explained -
stone Beach to wind up the group are Julius O. Hanson,
Gainesville, but were unableto the purpose and program of drive. The Keystone and Mrs. Paul L. Bird, was monthly business meeting at Richard Murrhee, Mrs. Hazel will be $1.25 for adults and 75c WilHa mWalz. Everyone missed
children Circle's faithful
for under 12.
attend the April 10 meeting this group. Lions will fry fish and hush- I solemized in Sarasota. the Masonic Hall on Wednesday McKay, Miss Gertrude Houser, Mrs. Jack Haberstroh. who is

because of commitments in Mrs.: McDonald. building puppies, and bring the soft Mrs. Bird is .the daughter of April 10. Mrs. William Pl- and Dr. and Mrs. Fredirck }{. currently convalescing at home
committee chairman explained -
Keystone.The drink wagon. The Rotarians are Mrs.\ Joseph H. Pivett of Sara non and Mrs. Charles King Gaige. COMMUNITY CHURCH and was unable to attend.
further planning. An archtect's -
annual State Federation scale model making the hamburgtrs: and !sota and the late Mr. Privett. served dessert after businesswas Mr. Hanson is. president of NEWS
of Woman's Clubs convention the new coffee; Lion's wives will make > the Friends of the Library
clubhouse has been on displayat : Lt Bird is the son of Mr. and transacted. Former presi- County Holy Thursday the senior
will be held in West Palm MELROSE HOMEDEMONSTRATION:
the coleslaw; Rotarians will and Mrs Bird is the secretary choir under direction of Mrs.L. .
Beach April 1619. The Club the Keystone Bank. So thatit make the baked beans. The Jun- Mrs. John Bird of Keystone. dent Mrs. George Young stop- and treasurer of the A. Canova. rendered the

voted that two delegaates .attend may be' seen by more people ior and the Senior Woman's Heights.The ped by to say hello. She invited '
County .
-Seven The Melrose
grqupMembership cantata. Last Words of Home Demon-
it is now display in the win-
and ,expressed the wish i clubs will funish the desserts.Mr. scene of the wedding was everyone to come see is open to alL Christ." stration Club will meet next
dow of Muhlhofer's
that Mrs." Hanson and the I Shop. To date the lot is Jewelry cleared Paul Smysor will donate the home of Mrs. John Bass Jr., them in their new mobile homein Membership\ donation is |1.GO. Next Monday evening the Thursday at'the clubhouse.

president-elect, Mrs. John Bird and landscaping': under the use of the Beach for the oc- !John Foster Bass III of Engle- Orange City. Contact anyof the'above named men's club monthly dinner will Grace Perry will call the meet-

represent- the club. casion. Tickets will be on sale Mrs. Carl Stringer presidedat members, or see Mrs. Lawrence. : be; held. William Warren Is ing to order and members will
Reports on March projectswere way.The slate of officers at Belote's Drug Store, and at wood gave the bride away. Dr. the meeting. Since the at the Library. president. The ladies will be answer roll call with an inter-
presented -
read. The main projectwas b ythe' nominating committee The Keystone Jewelry and i Karl Nielson of the Unitarian March 2 fried chicken dinner On Tuesday afternoon; April invited to this meeting and esting food faact. Subject will

the coke stand at the REA: was unanimously elected.- Gift Shop. Members of the various Church officiated at the cere was such a success the mem- 23, there will be an open house each lady will bring a covered be consumer education and

annual meeting. In previous reports Officers for 1963-64 will be service clubs will also have I I.mony. Thomas Bird, brother of bers voted to repeat this proj at the '.Keystone Library starting dish. Supper time will be 6:30 food buying for this meeting.
the names of two volun tickets. Tickets will be on sale the was best man. at 1 o'clock. This will be in o'clock.At .
Mrs. Bird president Mrs.. Her- groom ect on May 4, at the Masonic Hint: to keep copperware clean
teera were omitted. Mrs. I. Carl bert Nelson, first vice presi- at the gate as well. Serving The couple will be at home Hall. Tickets will be $1.25. Pro- observance of National Book the Easter service the keep a squeeze bottle with mix-

dent; Mrs. Charles Wallenius will start. at 5 p.m., and continue : after May 17 at 8810 Semmes ceeds will go to the Masonic Week, which is the week of small son of Mr. and Mrs. ture of vinegar and salt handy

Murrhee second vice president; Mrs. -until 7 p.m. Fish dinners, I Drive in Norfolk. Meanwhile building fund. April 2127. Floyd Baker was baptized by by the kitchen sink.
$100; Hamburger plates, 75c. they will honeymoon in Mexico. I .
Insurance Karges secretary; Mrs.
Fremont Tolles, treaasurer; The bride has a degree from
KEYSTONE SOCIALS, Wilson College in Chambers-
Mrs. Francis P. Egan. corre-
Richard Rine- burgPa.., while Lt. Bind has
Mr. and } N. a
sponding secretary; Mrs William PERFORMANCE
ADEQUATE Reynolds, director for huls and daughters Janet and degree from the University of TOTAL :
three Judy of Port Crane New York Florida.
INSURANCE, years; and Mrs. Hanson.
retiring president, will becomea were week end guests of Mr. Keystoners attending the wedding -

member of the executive and Mrs. Joe Dey and family included Dr.and Mrs. John I : _

See RICHARD MURRHEE board. on Brooklyn Lake. Mrs. Dine- Bird, the groom's parents, and ..a

Agent The officers will be instaalled huls and Mrs. Dey are' sisters.On I his brother and sister Thomas tY' .

Phone 473-4786 at the annual garden party :Monday of this week Mr. and Susan Bird. Also another

and tea on May 28. at the and Mrs. Rinehuls and Janet sister Mrs. Walter Andrewsenand : 1LL
.Keystone Heights, Florida home of Mrs. John Bird. continued to the southern part her son, Lance.PHOTOS .

of the state to see all places of Vk

interest, and Judy remained to _
A "Let the Rest of the A visit end of with the her week cousins when until she will the BY KOZA V__ _

join her parents for the trip The Hilltop Photo Studio :1:14s _
World Go By"
: ct:1: b ct'I home. We will cover your : _

MRS. WALTER BURGESS Photographic needs for

Services for Mrs. Irene Burgess -
Recreation the
plots near swimming Portraits Weddings Church
69 yeaars old. who died at
$675.00 up if you and the kids are Vt her home last week were held Social and Fraternal A4
in Charleston W. Va.. on Mon- And All Other OccasionsFor
too lazy to walk a couple blocks.
day. She was the wife of Wal-
,:.. _
ter Burgess. Appointment Call

__ See Us for your Real Estate; Xeeds She leaves. In addition to GENE KOZA
her husband, a daughter. Mrs.
'. Florence Forth; a son Robert 1 .
S. E. McKAY Burgess; and a grandchild all 2849268GREEN

of Keystone; and a sister. Mrs.
Effie Merble of Columbus, O.
5 Keystone Heights Phone 4734816IF
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