The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
Place of Publication:
Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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January 3, 1963
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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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.
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Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
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Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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LEADERS U 11 Chamber Of Commerce Wilson Carlisle

Brochure, Authized In ,

2 1962 Is PublishedThe Call For Show Of

long-awaited Clay Coun- Green Cove municipal pool,

the County courthouse, and the
,. ty brochure financed by a
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Keystone Golf and Country
$5,000 County grant primarilyto
club's links. There are other
attract payrolls to the County black and white photographsof

'I was published late last I dairying mining and retire- Unity For GrowthFIRST

week.J. ment centers in the County.

I: Slater Smith executive I The booklet says that "In-

secretary of the Clay County dustrially. Clay County thrivesin
r Chamber of Commerce which activity, yet has the ambition New Year's Statement

.. ':* ; published the 8-page, full-color I the labor pool and the CITIZEN

booklet, characterized it as facilities to expand many times
r : basically a "tourist brochure." over." On Future
Written by Joseph Livingston -I I Publication of the boooklet avClay ,

a Jacksonville advertisingman which has been more than a
By Phil Stough
: .; and former managing year in the making, has long
editor of the Jacksonville Journal been a center of controversyin County Commission Chairman Luther Wilson and County

the booklet's cost was put the County. The Chamber Clerk George L. Carlisle in a New Year statement to The

by Mr. Smith at $3700 for i jof Commerce in December. Crescent this week urged the people of Clay County to close
25,000 copies. An 'additional 1961. went before the Boardof ranks and present a united front in an all-out effort to bring

25,000 copies may be had later County Commissioners and new life people and activity into the County.

he said, for $1,500. sought and received authority "We must make clear to our new congressman, D. R.

The booklets are to be distri- and funds to publish a brochure Matthews." Mr. Wilson said "that we have the best interestsof

buted primarily through five for which the funds the people of the County at heart. Your commissioners

: : "welcome centers" along the I were ear-marked. The long will work with all factions within the County. I believe we

: State's northern border. These delay in its publication has will be much better off under Mr. Matthews so let's move
'b: centers are visited by tourists never been explained forward with his assistance." -

1 entering Florida and seeking Mr. Smith said that suffici- Mr. Carlisle expressed the Widening of the rightofwayis

Gordon Sandridge heads the San Lebrydo the University of North Carolina Mr. Sand- information on various areas ent funds from the $5.000 grant hope that the State would acquire about completed. Next step

Lumber Company the County's largest ridge came first to Clay County nearly 22 throughout the State. remained to publish an addition the Green Cove Naval will be breaking up the presentold

I lumber manufacturing operation. A native of years ago as a Naval officer. Entitled "An Invitation to 25.000 copies.Dr. base and that the Florida surface and construction ofa

Virginia and a graduate of State College of .. Unlimited Potential" the book- John M. Malone headed Development Commission would new wider hard-top. The

let contains stunning full- the chamber's committee which then help the people of the contract includes continuing
_., color photographs of the new supervised the writing editing County's first new '
---."' .", "" >.::', _'-. County put it to its most traffic over the present route
;: '"... ': -> St. Johns River bridge, the and publication of the booklet.the citizen in 1963 was the infant effective use. during construction. (It will
f. : ; .
.. daughter of Mr. and
<-o be recalled that
portion of
One of the keys to business a
"v ',R .-',:;., -..;' :.-:. Mrs. Ronald Haire of Bay-
> is : -. this road on both ends of the
ti ..r.. "25" Seeks and population growth within
1 CooperationOf ard Fla. She was born early
the County the two officials I II I bridge was mod-
Tuesday morning at Clay
", ernized several years )
agreed lies in an improved ago.
Memorial Hospital.17YearOld. I
County Civic GroupsIn w I road system. A second road-building pro-

I "In addition to present road ject is now going on in the

work going on. final plans are southwestern part of the coun-
"Operation Bootstrap"The BoyIn being completed for hard-sur- ty. This is on state highway

facing four secondary roads in 100 running from Starke to
Committee of 25 is inviting wishes and desires of all 8 BurglariesA
various sections of the County" Palatka. and extending eight
.. M$ all civic groups in Clay the people of the County we miles
17-year-old Black Creek Mr. Wilson stated. In the longer along Brooklyn Lake
County to join forces with it will move ahead with the Stateof I
f q k in a New Year's drive to bring Florida." boy was arrested on Mondayand look we hope, he said, that in Lake Geneva, and Oldfield
the next few federal Pond.
charged with burglarizing years:
new payrolls into the County Reiterating his belief thatan
this year.C. economic break-through is eight homes in the Russell highway 17 will be four-laned Referring to other road activity
south of the Duval County Mr.
upcoming Wilson
W. Scarbrough chairman imminent. Mr. Scarbrough said area.According
r. line to Green Cove Springs. mentioned four
to Deputy Sheriff I secondaryroads.
of the Committee of 25. in that he foresaw the beginningsof'a !
r ...' San Lebrydo is named for four members ard presses pine and a limited amount of announcing the move to align :build-up- payrolls which eilie A. Binns the boy admit- This ac+,fon, the commissioner These are. ffesV,.the

of the Sandrldge-J ennlngs-Odmn families cypress (used primarily for paneling and, in I all civic organizations in a he believes will come this year. ted to several of the robberies.He thought, would come most like- Russell church road second

which own it: San for Sandridge; Le for Lela lower grades for dock material). All the lum- County-wide "Operation Bootstrap "We will need patience, we was released under bond ly as a result of the building the Studebaker-Bartholf road

Mae Jennings Odum. wife of Walter Odum ber comes from Clay County some of it from ." emphasized that the will need a show of unity; we and will go before the Circuit of a proposed east-west bridge third the Julian Goodrich

and sister of Mrs. Sandridge; Bry for Bryan Jennings Land Company, second largest land- identity of cooperative groups are ready to work with any ,Court in the near future. across the St. Johns River road and last the extension of

Jennings Jr., Mr. Sandridge's brothe -ln-1aw; owner in the County, which according to Mr. would be in no wise jeopar- Federal State County or pri- The report of the first robbery Just above the Duval-Clay line. road 269 one-half mile into
and Do for received in the Sher- These road-construction activi- Studebaker road. In glow of
Dorothy Jennings Sandridge. Sandridce. has more available timber today dized. vate agency that can help us. I was a
Started in February 1916, San Lebrydo cuts than it had a decade ago. I "There is no part of the We are not a political organi- iff's office on Sunday. At the ties will bring greater mobilityof good feeling Mr. Wilson said
:home of one of the victims. private and business trafficto the majority of propertyholdersalong
County that doesn't want payrolls zation. Our sole Is
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Deputy Binns found some new the south-bound west side the rights-of-way of the
Mr. Scarbrough said .to raise the economic stand- I
car tracks. The boy was of the St. Johns. Green Cove above-mentioned four had
apprehended -
"and whowon't
no part, no person ards of the County, to provide
z be benefitted. The introduction Jobs for our people who are and questioned a thus cannot help but attract agreed to donate land neededby
I of stable Industry few minutes later. new people and new business. the state road department.
new now going outside the Countyfor
: this however largeor Preliminary reports said that The proposed east-west Negotiations have not yet been
year work to keep our young
small ,will accrue to the people at home in the future the bulk of the stolen goods bridge across the river will, completed he said but abstracts -

benefit of every merchant taxpayer instead of sending them to had been recovered. It included he added, open up new flowsof are being prepared byJ.

landowner and banker other employment areas or into everything from a varietyof traffic between South Jacksonville C. Sapp. They will be

4 and to the County's political one of the military services guns to liquor, radio sets through the Mandarin forwarded to the state road
1 development." coins and canned goods. area and the Orange Park, department which will prepare
they are unable to
Among the victims of the Green Cove areas. seeds requiring
Civic groups he said will be complete their education or only property-
robberies which are believedto "We commissioners sincerely holder signatures.
asked to send representatives
because they cannot find workat
A'a to meetings of the Committeeof home." have taken place betweenDec. hope that the bridge and four-

25. The next meeting, plan- 19 and 29, are: James D. inning of highway 17 will become -

ned for this month will be Pitts Joseph Skipper and R. a fact in the next several 137 Persons KilledIn

asked to take in as regular WILLIS E. WEBB T. Wolf all permanent resi- years." Mr. Wilson said.

members all associates and to Services for Willis, E. Webb dents of the area; and A. P. Referring to current road Clay CountyOne
Eppler. Dr. Matthew Marrow activity Mr. Carlisle reported
become CountyWide Committee
a 75
years old. who died Sundayat
Of 100. Jr.. W. E. Fewell, C. W. Travis that work on state highway 16 hundred and thirtyseven -
the home of his son. Duke I '
"We I and J. E. Homer, all of Jack-I between Penney Farms and persons were injured three
are approaching a new
Webb were held at the Beulah I
of them fatally, in motor vehicle -
sonville. state road 21 is well under wayAt
.. era in the County, Mr. Scar- Baptist Church on Monday.Mr. accidents In Clay County
brough said "and we have already Webb who moved to

r a achieved what the Coun- Clay County nearly 60 years Helm Of Orange Park Bank of during 1962.the according first seven to a months etudy

ty has been seeking for so ago. also leaves a daughter.
: last week by the Florida -
+. a ti long. We are a Countywide :Mrs. C. I. Britt of Green Cove; .
of Public .
organization that is workingfor five grandchildren and two '- .-. ..., Safety.Of
a total of 146 accidents
an even broader base of great grandchildren.
Countywide representation.When Services were conducted by reported In the County, 116 of

the already broad cross- the Rev. Jack. Hall. Helm Fu- k.Gr. them are characterized as

Timber Is cut by contract loggers (who carried Into a furnace through blow pipes and section of our membership neral Home was In charge of rural while only 39 are reported

usually split the "take" with timber owners), conveyor chains. The same steam provides speaks when it makes known I I arrangements. as having occurred in

delivered to San Lebrydo, cut and dry-kilned. power for the mill itself. The company which urban area
Mr. Sandridge is shown above at the door to has an annual production of two and one-half The Clay County toil of Injuries -

the kiln which Is heated by steam generated million board feet, employs approximately 28 Smile For The Birdie. was lets than one half

by sawdust, slabs and shavings which are persons.Appropriately. of 1 per cent of the State's

And All Visitors. total of more than 36,060 per-

t- rt,. __I ,,"," .t ft_ f sons injured in the seven-
month period from
Smile Be Happy its '63. x January
through July.
The Crescent's contest to find the most hospitable most
optimistic smile In the County gets under way this week. The Dept. of Public Safety

The contest which will extend through January is in con- T analysis of motor vehiele aeetI -

y nection with the important campaign of the Florida Council of I dents shows that the vast majority -

I 100 to make Florida the smilingest state in the nation in 7963. : i of drivers Involved In

k ''Ii M: t'x Winner of the contest sponsored by The Crescent win be awarded I accidents were between 24 and

a $25 U. S. government bond. (;45 years of age; and that men

Gene Koza The Crescent's ace photographer, has already drivers had more than three

s 3 looked In on some of the people of the county. The first series WALTER G. ODUM RALPH M. BAGWELL times as many accidents as
of his pictures of hospitable and optimistic citizens is presentedin Walter G. Odum. chairman of the board of the Bankof women drivers.

this issue on page 2. Orange Park, has taken on the additional duties of presi-

Y If you can smile and Gene Koza does not get you first dent, succeeding E. B. McDaniel, Jr.. who resigned. I MARTIN SUCCEEDS
you may submit pictures to The Crescent. Submitted pictures Ralph ;f. Bagwell who has been a rice president of
should be approximately four inches wide. The size of the pictures the bank for more than two yean, has been named executive -
published this week will give potential contestants an Indication ELECTRIC CO-OP

t\ ;: @ of the sizes of the pictures we want. officer.Mr.. Bagwell a retired Navy commander l Is a native of E. T. Martin has been named

Snapshots cannot be reproduced so If you can smile can Greenville S. C.. and a graduate (1949)! of the University of acting manager of the day

The Crescent and Gene Koza will try to call on you for The South Carolina where he majored In Economics and Business Electric Co-op to succeed A. C.

Crescent. Administration. When he entered the Navy his first tour of Loudon who retired this week

Judges in The Crescent's contest win be Rex Smith, of duty was at the Green Con Naval base. During the Korean after more then two decades of

Photos bv Gene Koxm Green Cove; Mrs. Richard Murrhee of Keystone; and Mrs. E. War he was a prisoner of war In North Korea for 33 months. service wtth the 12-couaty cooperative
Mr. Sandridre lives In and a granddaughter of Mrs. May Austin J.. S. Young, of Orange Park. He Is married to the former Georgia Harper. They have four utifity: company.

one of the few all-wood houses In Orange Mann Jennings and the late Governor William Photographs will be submitted to the board of judges at the children: Pamela. 19 yean old. who is in training to be a Mr. Mama has been executive

Park. lie Is shown above with his wife a Sherman J'ennlnp.t'lth Mr. and Mrs. end 0: the month and the winner will be announced on February nurse; Georgia. 16. a student at Orange Park High Ralph assistant to Mr. Louden
daughter of S. Bryan Jennings of Middleburg,
Sandridje are their son Gordon Jr. 7.
Jr.. 6; and Lynne, 2. lor several Tears.


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PAGE TWO lay Qtounttj! (fire crut THURSDAY. JANUARY 3. 1963aitestent t.I .

I -. :I ((yr.U il.UUUlU! : : Florida's 715 New Plants Smilingest Contest .- : .

I h By WENDELL JARRARD Smile. Be Happy. it's '63

I "1 hold the maxim no less applicable to public Chairman, Florida Development CommissionAll .

than to private. affairs that honesty is always the
sections of Florida and These included a 250-employe
I d
best policy. all segments of the State's General Electric battery plantat I
GEORGE WASHINGTON showed remarkablyfine the
economy Hague Champion Pneu-
gains during 1962. matic Machine Co. and the i -- >.-n. -
And because of various fac- Southeastern Transformer Co. fr: n

An Invitation To Unlimited Potential tors, it is safe to say that at High Springs and a sawmill a. x

prospects for expansion in at Archer. !- -I

The Clay County brochure which the Chamber of Commerce I!manufacturing tourism and Space does not permit a detailed -

undertook to publish more than a year ago ass finally agriculture are even brighterin description of all the .
published last week. It is called "An Invitation To Unlimited 1963. reasons that convince us 1863 -
Potential." t .
Our growth in manufacturing will see even greater.industrial

Its eight pages contain some stunning photography is a good example of the advances than the splendid tl t ; -

the Green Cove pool with the Qui-Si-Sana In the backgroundis progress that was made during progress that occurred during -

a delightful illusion it is well written and handsomely 1962. Based on figures for 1962. lt

printed. the first 11 months of the However three significant t ;

With all due respect and gratitude to those who laboredto year it's conservatively esti- :points are sufficient to justify f

get out the booklet there is reason to fear that the pro- mated that our manufacturing : our optimism: f _
ject misses the point. increases for 1962 will be 715 1. The 10.4billion Florida -

For this handsome production Is aimed at tourism and new plants and major expansions !consumer market already ex-

not at industry and It is characterized as a "tourist brochure"by compared to 692 In 1961. :tremely attractive to market- t-

an official of the Chamber. The year's growth Is expectedto I oriented manufactuurers. is

Except in Its southwesternmost extremity. Clay County is create 22,000 new manufact- I growing at an accelerated pace. v r
turing Jobs or nearly 2,000
Florida remains the fastest-
not now equipped to serve as a recreational center. Moat of '
more than resulted from 61'snew ;
the County cannot compete for tourists with coastal areas in growing major state in the 4'c'
plants and expansions.In
union. And its
any respect. If this be true we must perforce industrialize. 10.9percentgain
October of the last
1962. "
Industrialization is compounded of the natural environmental in personal income during
month for which figures are the first nine months of 1962 -- :
attributes with which Clay County is endowed all of them I;. .
employment was a record 1- .
it second in
placed nationin
the .i 0. :!
well depicted in this brochure and political progress taxes. 386.800 or 58,400 above Octo- this :.- ,s _....w.k. -
Industrial utilities labor market etc. respect.
ber of the preceding year. This I
There is talk that the booklet will be entered in various was a gain of 4.4 percent com- 2. Great strides are being
made to increasse the
contests which may lead to a prize for excellence of presen- pared to only 2.3 percent forth of supply Jean Jowers, owner and manager of "Jean Jowers. theCounty.s Josephine Barnes, a waitress at the QuI-SI-Sana. Green
tation. As such it deserves a prize. We would prefer it won nation as a whole in the Florida-trained scientistsand Cove. '
engineers needed to staff newest and most elegant shop for women in Orange
an Industry rather than a prize. same period.
space age plants. This is being Park.
During the year. Florida obtained -
done through (1) an accelerated -
three plants or expan-
otltfefeer building program at the 1
sions with 1,000 employes or
I state universities and (2) the
more compared to only one
i byDUNCAN in this category in 1961. The I Florida Institute for Continu- S.- -
ing University Studies a plan ,
GRONER three big ones In 1962 were &
which provides graduate techi-
In connection with the inauguration of its Statewide courtesy expansions of the Minneapolis- I cal training opportunities in 1T

campaign the Florida Council of 100 has cent to all Horeywell Regulator Company areas for removed from university -
In the State editorial how Floridacan at St. Petersburg and Kraft !
newspapers a suggested on campuses.. : i :
become more attractive to visitors industry potential residents I Foods at Lakeland and a new
3. During the waning monthsof
and others plant of General Electric at
I.Daytona Beach.Diversification. 1962 Florida began to get r
"Smile Be Happy it's 1863. the editorial begins. I continued to the space oriented plants that 1

O, that we here in Clay County might adopt thesse five be an outstanding and encour- had been expected as a natural

words as our motto. aging characteristic of Florida's result of its pre-eminent placein _

Smile because It's a new year a new start and If we will I industrial development. During the space effort. Two of D y /

it so a new era. Be happy because the unbroken chain of 1962 all the 21 major j I these Aerojet-General at Mia- 1Y

errors mishaps and bad guesses of 1962 are history.We manufacturing groups used in'' mi and a General Electric sup-
port plant for the Applo proj-
have I believe hit bottom. We can only go up from.the federal'government's standard j'I
act at Daytona Beach almost
industrial classification
here on. are i
I certainly will be followed by t,
represented by at one rR
Yet if we resolve that 1963 will be a new beginning we others in 1963.
must resolve that it will be of our own making. Industrynew new plant.

residents visitors won't Just come. There are too many Another very encouragingtrend

other places for them to go. So the Council of 1005 campaignis during the year was that 1965 St.
in number of instances Augustine S LF3ie
a we
not a silly game another promotion stunt; it's for real.
able to obtain industryfor
were .
Federal and State officials and businessmen who have had Celebration Aid R l1 i
areas where little or none May ; L
experience in luring new payrolls or people into any area are had existed before. A good

in agreement I believe that the greatest single factor in example is the fine way some Tourism In CountyThe wi y 14 s' A ..:.r_
making oneself attractive to industry or people is attitude.A 1
areas in Alachua County whichin
$smile a warm response is more Infectious than a head
the past had been predomi- imminent appointmentby
cold among newly-weds. nantly agricultural were able President Kennedy of six

Chairman Wendell Jarrard of the Florida" Development to get some very good industrial nationally eminent men to the (

V Commission reported last week that during the first 11 months plants.Stetson. St. Augustine Quadricentennial Martha Tyre, an employe at the Clay Electric Co-op Gloria Redfearn tecrttasy, V19i B. B. KeKar. Realtor.
of 1962 there were an estimated 715 new plants and major Commission may benefit tour- Keystone. Keystone.

plant expansions in the State with an addition of approxi- ism in Clay County two years

mately 22,000 new manufacturing jobs. Anniversary from now If.

This is not an accident. Bluechlp corporations like General 'To Continue in '63 Henry Ford II. chairman of

Electric Georgia-Pacific. Dow Chemical. MinneapolisHoneywell the board of the Ford Motor .
to name but a few of the hundreds that have investedin Stetson University Florida's Company and Peter Grace.

Florida plants in the past few years just don't drop Into oldest university will continueits president of W. R. Grace Company Y rM .4

an area and begin building a plant. They have industrial analysts 80th anniversary year dur- a giant shipping and .a

who scrutinize an area as a great doctor would scrutinizea ing 1963. I I I I chemical manufacturing company -

patient or a lawyer a client. Before they are ready to buy Stetson President J. Ollie'' based ilN w York are
an acre of land they probably know as much or more about Edmunds pledges that in 1963, the best known of the group. ,

the area than any toed official. Not many companies can I as in years past the University II j j I The character of the commission rs
afford to buy or build a plant and abandon it three or four I I will "strive diligently to maintain it is believed, will
years later. I on this campus a climate'''guarantee a very largo attend-

There isn't a week that goes by without the opening some- congenial to the fundamentalfaith ance at the celebration of the ;

where in the State of a new plant. At most such openings 'I of our supporting churches tOOth anniversary of the found- ....
there is a general celebration. And at these celebrations there and undeviating allegianceto ing of St. Augustine in 1565. .r '

are speeches mostly devoted to the fine spirit and attitudeof the principles of religious St. Augustine is entered from :- ..
I and political liberty." I I. north two L .,.. ,tt'r
the community which was a major attraction to the new- by only highWays z4w'tf .:,\<''"}-'(
comer. Speaking of things to be accomplished I one of which. State Road '

Not many weeks ago. The Crescent carried the story of at the University 16, traverses Clay County from -r "' <

High Springs. It is a town with 2500 persons who recently during the coming year. Stet- I Starke to the new St. Johns R

welcomed two new industries to bolster its economy. I have son's dean. W. Hugh McEniry. River bridge. This highway '

not visited High Springs. I have talked with some of Its Jr.. believes that Stetson must' connects at Lake City with s .

town officials. To a questioning outsider, these officials displayed "speak effectively to an increasingly Interstate' Highway 75, one of .

the same enthusiam and team spirit which we in Clay materialistic societyin the most important north-
County manifest in such superabundance at football games the name of Christianity." south arteries In the East ex- ace..:(SBernardine k =A ,

live or televised. Vice President W. Parrish tending from Detroit deep Into s
predicts that 1963 will find
Smile Be Happy it's 1963. Florida.
Stetson's alumni "taking a I The weak link in this Michi-
Clay County has no dearth of brains and experience. Ill
great step forward" in supportof I I gan-to-St.. Augustine-via-Clay-
pit some of our business leaders against anyone in' Florida. the University. Dr. Parrish County highway lies within

Clay County has no dearth of beauty. I myself grew up is calling for full alumni participation Clay and St. Johns counties '
close to the tea and loved'to walk the sand !in any weather. in fund raising and whether this can be rem- Butler Dunmire daughter of Mr. and Mn. Georgia Robenon. clerk. Huntley Brothers Food' Center,

Others grew up in the mountains or on the plains. But surelyno Dr. George Hood dean of edied within the next two J. D. Butler of Green Cove. Orange Park. '

one can find anything anywhere that is more beautiful students, says recent years have I. years is not known.

than the great river that borders this County or the creeks witnessed some important Others to be named by the

and lakes and scrublands that surround us. changes among Stetson's student I President are Chancellor

Clay County has no dearth of potential for progress and body. "Our enrollment is Thomas Litchfield of the University -
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growth. Progress and growth spell something more than growing steadily," Hood states of Pittsburgh; Lawrence

security. They spell an opportunity to make ourselves heard I""and the average caliber-academic Lewis of the Florida East

in Tallahassee and Washington to assert what we think is and otherwise higher Coast Hotel Company; the Rt.

good and right. And. perhaps more than anything else progress each year. j I Rev. Joseph P. Hurley Catholic -
and growth will mean within a decade that we will be Donald ?: Yaxley acting j I Archbishop of the Dioceseof

reporting rather than exporting young men and women of dean tells of plans for a Con- St. Augustine; and Herbert

vision and daring. cert Choir tour Honneger's Wolfe of St. Augustine. ,

These are the things for which we must resolve to work. "King David" to be presentedby Additionally under legisla- i e

Well get a running head start if we "Smile Be Happy the University Chorus. The tion passed by the last sessionof ___ f
Concert Choir and Orchestrawere Congress, the Commission
Because it's 1963 i a new chance to grow.
heard nationwide on ABC will comprise Senators Smath-

radio in 1962.Stetson's ers and Holland; CongressmanD.
new Ford Graduate R. Matthews of this district.
r-rogram. designed to train Congressman William C. Kramer -

CRESCENT PRESS. INC, I teachers for Florida's expand- of St. Petersburg; and

Or..n COY 'SprtPBt. Florida ing junior colleges and financed Conrad Worth chief of the
Phone 284-3166 by a $223,000 grant by the National Park Service.No .
Ford Foundation enrolled Its date In 1965 has been set .s.J

first students in 1962.A for the opening of the celebration ,t.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL $62,000 grant from the and Commission aides are s

S TI National Science Foundation" loath to estimate the numberof
.LtA : t has t:en made in support of visitors which may be at
Stetson's Mathematics Institute I tracted. Meanwhile the restoration 2 !
for teachers this next1 of St. Augustine Is mov- a.Sin.
DUNCAN GRONER .................,............ President summer ing ahead aided largely by -

Stetson's College of Law Is grants of the Winn-Dixie
Entered *. frcond Class Matter, July 15, IKS at the Poit Office, I
Gr..n COT Sprln**, Florida und.r the Aat ef Starch 1. lt>7.SfCPPd in its 63rd year as the oldest Stores. Inc? end members of
Clare ...t.*. paid .t Grs.a c.,.. lI.rlac.. n.
law school in Florida. Law the Davis family who own con-
ICII.eJtlrTIOf! RATES 'students represent 27 states .roiling interest in the com I B. B. Adams, manager The Smart Shop Green Jo Reed teller at the i Keystone State Bank. Keystone.

he Yi w -ia &4Yauc.a. $1.00 and 64 universities. I pany. CoveY Photos by Gem Kes

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Boberson Mrs. JoAnne Hulett Tammy Ferguson all of Orange Honored On 50th
HOSPITAL NEWSThe I I John M. Willis Leslie Myers. Park. AnniversaryMr. Events I Social Notes I

I Also Mrs. Maude Findley,
have Rouse Coleman, Make Crosby I
following patients Mr and Mrs J. L. Mincher home to the from
August Koerber, Miss Ruth Qul-Si-Sana
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Mrs. Nancy Henderson Will
been admitted to Clay Memorial
I Whitney, and Miss Ada Pros- R. WeekJan had as their guest for the Clay Memorial Hospital where
Hospital within the two Knight, Mary Alice Colson.
,ser all of Penney Farms. days Mrs. Ann White hOU-1 he has been a patient.
weeds Mrs Dorothy Batton Deborah I
[ Also James Carter and Mrs. CardiffVales..
I Kenneth Tillmon, Bernice Lynn Hulett C. J. Hansen, I Jan. 3-Order of Rainbow Girls
Marie Murray both of Middle- Mr ana Mrs Thomas C.
Marie Wilson, Mrs. Ethel Jenkins Betty Lou Newton Mrs. MamieI Masonic Hall. 7 pzn CCRMC
Oscar Adams. Mrs. flor- I WalKer and Annie Smith, all of burg. Unit, Club-room (over Bankof Miss Lee Lovnch. formerly Williams have had as their
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ence Podbeusek Mrs. Joan .Green Cove. And George Orme and Mrs. Green Cove Springs). 7.30 of Green Cove spent some guest his mother Mrs. Viola
Kate Orme both of Palatka; time during the holidays Williams of Mr.
as City.
pm. Charles Bennett P-TA
Sweat Equilla Tinne Mrs. I Also Erwin A. Haldeman,
Artie Eapp. Terry Gibson. Clay- 7:30 pm. the guest of Mrs. A. B. Reid. and Mrs Williams entertainedall
Emma Jean Braswell, Theresa I Fezell Fletcher. J. O. Busbee.
Dukes. Jr.. Mrs. Rose Fitz- Jan. 4-GCS Women's Golf the guests at the Oakland
----- charles and Mrs. Clara Bryan
Asssociation, 9:00: am. Club- Mr. and Mrs. Hervie Robin- for Christmas day dinner.
all of Jacksonville and Carl
COUNTRY ,SMOKED SAUSAGE, lb.._____ .CT: ; house; Basketball. Clay HI son and their children Eddie
Dillhyon, of St. Augustine. \s. Sante Fe- ,,'ar. and KathY spent Christmasas Mr. and Mrs. John Marshallof
AVHOLE PORK Chilled and Cut, Ib._..._.._____ .33: I Jan. 7-Ladies Auxiliary VFW. guests of Mrs. Robinson's Daytona Beach were guestsof
BLEACH WANTEDThe b A 7.30 pm; Rotary, 7 pm; :sister, Mrs. Worth Thompsonof Miss Helen Volkeningr and

(Sold by the pound also) Student Council of Clay Methodist Church Wesleyan Sea Island Ga. Mr. Charles Volkening over
Service Guild Methodist the Christmas holidays.
High School requests any used
Church 8 pm; Cuba Lodge Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Aierill

WILSON'S\ I MARKETRussell plastic bleach bottles They are A T + s Masonic Hall, 8 pm; Wayside of Augusta. Maine left last Mrs. Janie Johnson had her
collecting these bottles as their
Horsemann's Club 8 pm. Saturday after spending a two sons. Carl and Oscar of

part in the Civil Defense effort Jan. 8-Basketball, home game. Christmas vacation with Mr.I Washington D. C., as her
Road Phone 284-4357: Bottles may be left at the v
the Christmas holi-
: I' k Clay Hi5.. Baker County, and Mrs. H. R. Wiegand of guests over
i school or given to any high While her
days. were
W a games at 6:30 pm and 8:00 Susan Drive. they
school student. ? pm; Ladies Guild of the they: all went to Tampa to

'' visit Mrs. Alan W. Harkness
Sacred Heart 7
S Church :30
Joel Padgett of Daytona
l ;52jj pm. Parish Hall; WJ5C.S.. (Janie Johnson) and family.
NOW! Trade 'n' Save at Buick dealer'sCELEBRATING : Beach spent Christmas with
your ( pK 4/ Methodist Church 7:30 pm; his mother. Mrs. Alice Padgett.
Jaycees. 7:30 pm Qui-Si- Dr. and Mrs. T. Luke Glen-

Sana BPO Does, 8 pm Elkss nan have had as guests during
Miss Bonnie Dean Baker hadas
the Christmas holidays her
Club. Installation of Officers.
Twice recent guests Mr. and Mrs. sister. Mrs Ed Powers and
Z Jan. 10 Women's Club Luncheon -
Meeting, 12 noon VIA William G. Berge of Lewisburg.Pa. family of Jessup. Ga.PJoXTECOST.U4 .

e building.Jan. t _
10-Veterans of Foreign
Miss Ruth Van der Maaten TTOLIXBSSCHURCH
LSAHHEYotc're Wars VFW Bldg., 8 pm;
spent the Christmas holidays
Order of Eastern Star. Ma-
with her parental Rev. and
sonic Hall. 8 pm; GCS Jr.- Vermont Are.
Mrs. C. E. van der Maaten.
Hi P-TA, School auditorium
and Mrs. J, W. *'allerton of Penney Farms were hon- 7:30 pm.FOREIGN'BORN. She left earlY In the week fora Green Core Springs

ored at a reception last Sunday at the Qut-SI-Sana Hotel, on visit in Alabama before returning -

probably paying'the the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. to her duties at Tu- Ton hare a

ri price of a LeSabre by Receiving guests with their parents were their children: COMPRISE lane University.Mr. Special Invitation

Leslie Fullerton Ainsworth, Neb.; Mrs. Elda Patton. Shady to attend
I.\\ I BnicJt-ivhy not own one? 5.5% STATE POPULATIONFor
Dale Ga.; Mrs. Ha Jean Well, Madison, Fla.; Howard Fullerton, McCullers has returned Church and Sunday School

(Fact 7 out of 10 full-size cars sold-Including the Palatka; Bruce Fullerton Lake Wales; :Mrs. Phyllis DeWltt. the first time in recent

'iow,prke names"-are in the LeSabre price Penney Farms; Donald Fullerton, Green Cove and Mrs. Elaine history foreign-born Floridians BPO DOES TO HAVE Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
b,: range or above.)Model shown below, $2869 make
Williamson, Penney Farms. up a larger proportion of Preaching 11:00 a.m.
The refreshment table overlaid with cloth the permanent residents of the Sunday Nlt Servo 7:00
: ..,'*4 M MMvfKtuWs Suunttd htiit Pnc: tar Hut US**'* was a gold on p.m.
1.toa udii f includes rtunbWMmtirt fat Ftdvral(scias Tai 14 Sutntd which was centered a three tiered wedding cake. Coffee and state than the foreign-born In The Green Cove Does will Prayejr M. Than. 7:30 p.m.
OIlier Mnrtry alf! HiMtini Ckfft)IrimpcrljtiM chiles
SUt 14 local tale,Kttuw, $iM tptwul petpse.l mrtmuU punch, nuts and mints were served. the nation as a whcle the Florida hold an open installation this
i Assisting in serving were Mrs. Alf Davis Mrs. Frank State Chamber of Com- Saturday at 8 o'clock at the Pastor R T. J. C. Maynor

I Bryan and Mrs. Ruth van der Maaten. Pouring coffee and punch merce reported Yesterday.'By Elks Lodge. The installing officers Phone-EV D-3S5O

p were Mrs. Howard Fullerton Mrs. Bruce Fu11*..ton and Mrs. i the 1960 census 272.161 will be representativesof
1r ;. ><' Donald Fullerton. Floridians named foreign coun- the Jacksonville Beach

The guest book was kept by Miss Ann Williamson and tries as their birthplaces. This Drove. The public Is Invited to

& .;:- Mina Ton Jean Wells. number is 5.5 per cent of the attend. CLAY THEATRE

t Mary cards and messages of congratulations were received total population of the state

BOTCH'S SMASHING ? r1SUCCESS. by Mr. and Mrs. :Fullerton and these were on display In 1940 the proportion stoodat CHURCH NOTICE Mrs. Jamie Caruthert, Mgr.

YOUR CAR IS ? .Yr with their gifts and original Brides' book and wedding pictures.Mr. its lowest point during this

and Mrs. Fullerton were married December 31, 1912, century, 4.1 per cent. Since CHRISTIAN SCIENCESOCIETY Mon thru FrL one show only

WORTH, MORE NOW IN TRADE THAN A. in Atkinson. Nebraska and came to Penney Farms In 1920. that date the Florida trend has Box office opens 7:15 p.m.

IT EVER WILL BE AGAIN. been upward as the state's pop- Cor. E. Houston SU .A Movie begin 7:30 p.m.

HIBISCUS CIRCLE FOUNDERS CIRCLE ulation becomes more cosmo- N. Magnolia Ave<< Sat.-SoiL. 2 p.m. continuous
DONT DELAY! ADD UP THE VALUES XMAS PARTY HELDA politan in character. The national -
BE MONEY AHEAD! TRADE NOW! average In 1940 was 8.8 FLORIDA

Luxurious Interiors 307 decorator trims dur Christmas dinner party The Founders Circle of the per cent dropping to 5.4 per Than.. FrL .* Sat.

able vinyl or fabric Exclusive Advanced Thrust and regular meeting of the Hibiscus Green Cove_ Springs Garden cent In 1960. Services held Sundayat January 3, 4 & 5
Circle of the Green Cove
engineeringArrowstraight tracking Wildcat 401 11 a.m.
Club helld their Christmas "It was also in 1940 that
V-8 Action Surging Turbine DriveSubstantia'' Springs Garden Club was heldon
i Buick nde Front and rear floor"mountain**gone. party on Thursday. Dec 20th Floridians born in other partsof SermonCHRISTIAN Chubby Checker
December 20 at the homeof
Savings M'TBe a.r.Mnar at the home of Mrs. W. W. the nation outnumberedthose
Ivey. The co-hostesses were ,native to Florida. The
During the business meetingit Clark Gable
' Improved carburetion for bettergas mile Mrs. L. E. Harris and Mrs. proportion of Florida-born that December 39
was decided to have a dinnerat
age in '63 15 wheels stretch tire life the Jr.-High School cafe- Kenneth La Rue. year stood at 49.5 per cent,
A cordial Invitation Is extended
down from 61.5 cent In
o S Finned aluminum front brakes-linings teria on February 2, from 5-8 The Christmas program was per to attend our service
Sun., Mon., Tues. Wed.
l 1910. By .I960, the figure had
last longest 0 Buick's quality engineering pm. to raise funds for land- planned by Mrs. Wm. Powell.
dropped to 38 per cent and only January 6. 7, 8 & 9
cuts costs life aluminized scaping the Clay High school program chairman and included -
upkeep Long- _
n grounds. a duet by the Miss Dorothy three other of the 50 states hada BIRDMAN OF ALCATRAZ

muffler. Y r a k ra Blackmon and Leslie lower proportion. Burt Lancaster
Following the meeting gifts Rowe PHOTOS BY KOZA

were exchanged. Those presentwere accompained by Mrs. Joseph L. "Florida's population at the

S : Mesdames J. W. Cameron Mincher, and Mrs. H. L. Black- time of the nativity check The Hilltop Photo Studio

/t r. Vera Gravely Irene Jones,' mon. Circle president, gave a numbered 4.952.788 of which : We will Than- Fri., & Sat.
: cover
t Harmon Chesser, Annabele reading entitled "If He Had 4.680,627 were born in the Un- your January 10, 11 12
Not Come." ited States. Of these 1.783.039 Photographic needs for
Loften. Graham Sellck George WILD GUITAR
Dunnavant. C. F. Foster. C. F. The members also brought. were Florida-born; 1.275,735 Portraits Weddings, Church

Buick resale ** Bannell, Vera Franklin, Elva gifts for the hospital trays were born in other southern Social and Fraternal Paul Ash

Lee, Juanita Glover, Allen and the prize for the best one states; 741,988 in northeastern And All Other OccasionsFor HOUND DOG MAN
value states in the north
flying high Baker of Jacksonville and Miss was awarded to Mrs. Alex ; 610.498
Louise Batten. Pupkln. central states; and 58.091 in Appointment Call
Example/' :a 1960 LeSabre 4-door hardtop retains western states or Hawaii.
S s4 an average of$256 more of its original cost today GENE KOZA COMING: ATTRACTIONS:
than did a comparable 1958 model sold In I960.
+Today's quality Buick stays new for erl Miss Clay High COMPLETESEPTIC Fabian
,-s-:AAA c.dt Wdq.M.e.U60.1LeSabre1B1 284-9268 Touch of MinkIf

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Repairs and remember

cD l WI a e InstallationsORANGE "Green Cove Is Not Dead, Only Sleeping"

PARK. Thinking about selling your home maybe an extra lot or

1 2646171GREEN perhaps acreage in small or large tract, cither with or

COVE SPRINGS without buildings then acll our representative -

1I 2843860STARKE MR. GOODWIN Phone 284-3016


i 969-1952 1313:; San Marco Blvd.-EX s-OS:Jacksonville

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I Call JacksonvilleSP _
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BUICKExtra !ttad. 4 .; YOUR WATCHFIXEI3 $

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.de s1 '!''I ,eST..,....s 1\1p 1 Cx.r :ic.t and/d a r1."pt....S"-s e I Case polished and one of these parts

y.- Main Spring Nylon Band

'' Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed for 1 Year

values in Double
XY ceremony was a part of the Christmas assembly program: on 23 W. Walnut St. Green Cove Swings+

See your authorized quality Buick Dealer today! December 19. Miss Christie was chosen by a rote of the student Septic Tank I 24 Hour Service Phone 284-6961 Matt Orders

body. The nmners-Dp who served on her court were: Service Chronographs and S;>eCialiodeJa Shy HigherTHURSDAY

Donna Revels Kay Malone, and Thana Edwards.
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-'-' <:"'"- and was named Gregory MAr-

NotesMay tin. His paternal grater
HillDue Middleburg
Clay I is the former Ethel Wlttfcmis of
Green Cove.

the of '63 dosa and other towns' in
week year
Christmas until the
to ill health the Rev.
Keep the forces busy. Georgia.: Roy Jimeson of the Sarasota
not this We
Clarence Knight has resignedas but so year.
pastor at the Clay Hill thankful for this. This F As busy as can be who is stationed at Saafetd.
r? Sending Clay's news Mrs. Calvin Mann who has was home with his wife the
church. All are sorry to learnof be a time of worship and
his resignation but glad he ing the Lord for His great Both near and far spent five weeks in Jacksonville former Linda Negryeh. and

is able to be up and around to us. not shooting fire That all may know with her sister Mrs. Mar- their children Kimberly aad

again. ers and making all of the Just who we are. tin Glass is home again. Mar- Stock Howard.

we can-or seeing how To our editor Duncan Oroner. tin had to be hospitalized for

We wish to compliment Mr. we can get. 4 m We would that you had come medication and Mrs. Mann assisted Mrs. John Dillaberry and her
to her sister in duties that children of Weeeohnett and
Groner editor of the Crescent V ?n F us sooner:
You have so elevated our hopes. arise in such times. Mr. and Mrs. Mead and their
on his editorial of last week. All the Clay Hill visitors t
children of Orange Park formed -
And dilated our eyes;
Too many take Christ out of Tampa have returned
Christmas and put it on a Clarence Lang came back ; That our goal may not stop Mr and Mrs. W. C. Kuhn of a family reunion at the
Short of the skies. Saluda N. !home of Mr. and :Mrs. W....
commercial basis; this is not ;ing the freeze has ruined Sare spendingsome "
the way the Lord intended for ;fruit work there for this R. B. time in Middleburg 'with Negrych during the holidays

it to be. It is high time for son or maybe longer so he Youth day was' observed In their son-in-law and daughter.

all of us to open our eyes and turned home intending to CHERYL MUSSLER the Methodist Church by the Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kriedle- Guests in the home of Mr.

see that God did not intend for work in Jacksonville. ; young people presenting the kamp. and Mrs. Elvin M. Dortgh 'were

) it to be a combat among the course the citrus fruit Sunday morning service. their son-in-law and daughter.

merchants but as a plan of the ruling occupation there. : Bow In Cheryl Campbell presidentof Miss Cleaver Carson of Key- ; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lang and
salvation for all. We should the MYF presided as pastor stone Heights is visiting her I their son Eugene Dortgh Both
A remember this. with Susan Weigel her associ cousins. Mr and Mrs. S. Bryan of these men are in the armed
We saw In Sam
ate. Judy Frisbee offered prayer Jennings. forces.
column last week that Feated At
; Mary Frisbee read the 121st
Lord has called told him will put
Again the a coon
Psalm Danny Phillips led the Guests in the home of Mr Other guests in the home of
home one of our family of the paws up in front of it's
Debut Parties Litany Steven Phillips and and Mrs. Charles A. Nawngam !.I the Three Sisters beside their
Highland church. Mallie Pre- when a hunter shines a
Dicky Weigel were ushers. recently were Mr. and Mrs. S. brother F. M. Austin, were
vatt. of Lawtey. He was in a light on it. Well this old i
Becky Campbell told a Bible .C. Terrell of Columbus Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morgan
hospital in Jacksonville when er has hunted and shot Cheryl Mussler to
were presented Orange
story and Rodney Frisbee pronounced Mr. and Mrs P. M. Pargam of Mrs. K. Sawyer Mr. and Mrs.
our Father called him home. ous coons and one has annual Golden Presentation ball last
the benediction. The Jacksonville; and Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Gerding and their
How true the song We Are Go- tried to hide Its eyes from _
message the subject of which H. T. Buck of Ocala. children Charlott. diaries, Jr.
ing Down the Valley One By light yet so the person and followed by a series of parties was "Growth in Christian Maturity" -
and Bobby and Johnny Morgan
One. When we are ready to told Sam that surely .
was ably handled by Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mann of Pensacola.Mr. .
meet the Lord we are Just go- different specimen. All we
the Lions were hosts at a breakfast par- these future leaders. spent the day in New Smyrna
Ing from a world to a home of met have looked straight at
presented ty. Just preceding the ball. Mr. 'with his brother-in-law and and Mrs. E. E. Barthlow,
peace where we can praise the light-or us-unless they K. Tot- and Mrs. Lawrence N. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. J. Selvyn Fris- sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jr. and their children Sylvia.

Lord forever; no interruptions ed and ran. and they had to by and their daughter Cheryl bee and their children Judy Morgan.Mr. Norma Jean and Rickey also .
no more sickness or sorrow; that in a double quick : Muss- Kelley were hosts at a buffet Mary and Buddy spent several Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barthlow .
and surely this is the rewardfor get away from the shot
her fa- supper. days recently with Mrs. Fris- and Mrs Daniel Martin and Arthur. Joined their mother -
this dear brother. We spurted from either of the
and On December 22. the debu- bee's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. .are receiving congratulations your reporter and their sis
should be glad his suffering is used at this house!
Walter tantes were guests of honor ata M. Roper in Sparks Ga. They on the arrival of a son. born ter. Effie Mae and her daugh
over and not wish him back to find a squirrel or fox the ;
party given by Mrs. Alfred N. also visited relatives in Val- Dec. 20. He weighed 5 Ibs. 9 oz. ter. Ruth during the holidays.
he has. est animals to get.
suffer as i
Mary Wells and her daughter Judy

and vice Wells.

We had a very nice quiet Johnnie Richendollar On the following day Mrs.

Christmas around Clay Hill- the misfortune to stick a charms, Edward N. Bell mother of one LC J

our part of it at least; not so Instrument-we couldn't ball for of the debutantes was hostessat ti t- F
many firecrackers and noise as what-in his eye Saturday making a tea. Mrs. Morton. Lord

usual. Of course we didn't getaway is in a Jacksonville J. Morris poured.

from home but we can We understand he has lost Mrs. Edwin P. Heinrich and

always hear these things usually sight of the eye. Our Mr. and her daughter. Sue Heinrich.

from the week before goes out to this young boy and their were hosts at a brunch on the

Cotney day of the ball.

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Recapping from Smallest to Largest' Size [ New Cortellt Sling Ray Conwrfftfcl
Corporation'K -
WeekW --
Dist. Miller Tirea-Autolita Batteries yesterday Anne. ./1 r

Cor. Park and King Jacksonville Fla.5V in New
W E. Cherry School P.T.A F'' o
9.3027 or EV 4-6491 resigned
Lab- Thursday Jan. 3, at 7:30:

ANDORANGE head of pm. at the school.
Center Orange Park Women's Club -
PARK Thursday Jan. 3, at 9:30 a.m.

Orange Park Lionellas Monday -

Smith Jan. 7. at 8 pm. at the
Lions Club.
Orange Park Civitans Tuesday -
Complete line of plumbing and have re- Jan. 8, at 7 pm. at : '65 Cortair Monza ConKrt&l*'

ONESTOP electrical supplies. : spending Smith'sI Charlie's Restaurant.
Orange Park Area Jaycees -
Expert advice for best results.
Tuesday. Jan. 8, at 8 pm.
Widest selection of Quality Orange Park High P.F.A. -

house wares and gift wares. resi- Thursday Jan. 10. at 8 pjn.

Convenient charge account H. Byrne at the school cafetorium.

plan. and
guests of LIONS HOST


SERVICENOW holidays The Orange Park Lions their y

Town- wives and guests really "had a V
: ball" at their New Year's eve
We Collect Electric and Telephone Bills
dance Monday evening at the
: '63 Chery II Nora 400 Cone ftfe
0. B, NALL HARDWARE : Christine of Lions Approximately Club. 150 guests

1""""22 HIGHWAY 17 ""' .6831 Dur- danced to the music of Danny

ORANGE PARK =I: guest of High and his "Shamrocks. CHEVROlET-keeps going great!

1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 I I II 1 1 : 1 : t r4-H : : : 1 : 1 : 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 J t given They even persuaded the orchestra -
27. to stay an extra hour fora

: Helen few more twists waltzes and Excitement? To be sure. Chevrolet's done it again for '63 with four entirely

Pa nice sweet slow numbers. At different kinds of cars. Each offers more for your money in performance, beauty,

Morris the end of the festivities the comfort. The big Jet-smooth Chevrolet features luxury and styling at a priceto
Lionellas served breakfast.
surprise you. There's the economical; parkable, perky Chevy II. And

Happy New Park easy-handling, family-size Corvair, with rear-engine
For Christmas sports car flair. Or America's only true sports car,

sensational new Corvette Sting Ray. You're sure to them .

a model that's tailored to your kind of go in this big

parade: of choice at your Chevrolet dealer's. Drive one The make more ptofto

i from the ry you'll quickly see why Chevrolet keeps going great! depend on

0r $r w t.r

'63 the:re ct Impala ConrtrtMe

The Bank of t

: See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Checrolef dealer's Showroom
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airs. E. J. S. Young were hosts during the
Member Federal Deposit Insurance to their two sons and their families. Shown

above L to r.. are: 3Irs.: E. J. S. Young Jr. and her daughter ROBERTS CHEVROLETOrange

I Melissa: Lynn of Charlotte; Mrs. J. Warren Young and her

daughter W'endl'arren Youif, of New York; and Mrs. E. J.
I S. Younj, Sr. and Park Phone 234-3033 Green Cove Springs


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CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn pursuant to a final decree of aT BOB JI&EWSTD.0W4Hr December 13, 1962
foreclosure entered in cause 1c-.y 0......,. 8:00 o'clock P. M.
Be Estate of JULIUS OES-
IN CLAY COUNTY TREICHER: deeea.secLNOTICE numbered 3508 in the Circuit Anyone want to nominate the The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met

Court of day County Florida national sport fish? in Special Session in the County Commissioners Meeting room

i TO CREDITORS I will sell the property situatein A question li-? that would in the Courthouse on the above time and date.

Clay County Florida described probably raise interest The meeting called to
was order the
by Chairman Honor-
All creditors of the Estate of then the Ire-c aiething like
Ant CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS Julius Oestreicher. deceased as: I I 30 million anglers in these able Luther E. Wilson District No. 1. Other members present

Commencing at the Southwest United States. were Louis L. Huntley District No. 2. Marvin Green. DistrictNo.
hereby notified and
are required -
Corner of Section 26, But note Mercury outboards 3, O. J. Murrhee. District No. 4 and H. E. Moody DistrictNo.
to file any claims or demands fishing observers the selection
MARINA MOTELAPTS. Township 4. South, Range 25 .
INLET MARINA which they may have would gradually boll down to 5.The
ABC TV East and running North fora two Chairman stated the called
against said estate iin the office general fish, trout an3 bass. meeting was to interview
FOR RENT distance of 210 feet to a I And while the difference be- several Architects, for the Board's consideration prior to the
Hwy 17 Orange Park oof the County Judge of tween of
species each
RALPH F. MILBERGER point which point is the general Board's employing an Architect for the proposed new Clay
STORAGE-WET DRY By Week or MonthU. Clay County, Florida, in the I type would be important eventually -
point of beginning of the
at black bass would County Health Center to be built under the Hill-Burton Act.
courthouse Green Cove sweep
REFRIGERATIONAND CROSBY BOATS S. 17 North Springs. Florida within six lands herein conveyed then i the field-perhaps not with load The following firms were represented and interviewed by

EE-ZY TRAILERS calendar continue North for a distance I acclaim but certainly on the the Board and Dr. A. Y. Covington Director of Clay County
months from the date
AIR CONDITIONINGService MERCURY ENGINES PHONE 281-3605 of 210 feet to a point, then basis of total vote. Health Department.
of the first publicatioon of this The black baas Is well entrenched .
run east for a distance of 210 in the traditional warm 1. W. R. Gomon & Associates
notice. Each claim or demand
SALES & SERVICE feet, then turn and run water areas of the south as 2. A. Eugene Cellar.
AUTHORIZED "FEDDEM"Salce PACKAGE STORE must- be in writing and must
well in much of the eastern
South for a distance of 210 as 3. Allen Fry.
& Service state the place of residenceand
two-thirds the nation. And
CO 4-9835 feet then West for distance
run a -
4. Kelley and Associates.
284-0780 post office address of the even in the west where "ol line-
Home Phone PAUL'SAll claimant, and must be swornto of 210 feet, to the pointof aides' competes with rainbow 5, David M. Close.

Business Phone 284-6881 BOOKKEEPINGHEIUIAN beginning, containing one trout he's steadily attractingmore 6. Harry Burns.
the claimant his
by agent,
(1) acre more or less, all in and more followers.
7. Lynwood O. Willis.
Legal Beverages or his attorney, or it will become The reasons for this growing
the South West Quarter of After a further discussion by the Board, the Chairman advised -
E. REEDBookk.eplnc Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. void according to law. popularity are many. New impoundments
Dnval Line the South West Quarter of and farm ponds are the Architects that the Board would notify the Architectwho
AGIN'S December U, 1962. Section 28 Township 4 South, expanding the distribution of is chosen when the Board reached a decision on the cutter

North of Orange Park OLGA J. OESTREICHER, Range 25 East Clay County. baas. Greater fishing pressures which would be at a future time.
and Tax Service
force to test
Refrigeration Executrix of the Estate of at public sale to the highest more anglers new
At this time the Commissioners approved and signed the
And Air fishing opportunities. And. as
t. )l 400 W. Walnut St. PIANO SERVICE Julius Oestreicher, .... ..- and best bidder for cash, at the fishermen are introduced to following Bonds: Dick L. Padgett, Constable Principal and

ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284.6721 Deceased.Dec. front door of the Clay County largemouth baas their admira- Great American Insurance Company. Surety in the amount of

20, 27 1962, Jan. 3, 10, '63 Courthouse In Oreen Cove tion for this tenacious scrapper $500.00. Dean S. Jackson, Justice of Peace District No. 1,
Green Core Springs GEORGE WEEKS; ; develops.
Springs Florida, between 11:00: Cunning, pugnacious and Principal and Great American Insurance Company, Surety, in

Chrysler Airtemp Sale PIANO SERVICE LEGAL NOTICEIN a.m. and 2:00: P4n. on Monday, boasting voracious appetite, the amount of $500.00. Louis L. Huntley. County Commissioner,

Authorized Philco CABINET WORK January 14, AD. 1963. the bass's table fare runs the
District No. 2, Principal and Great American Insurance Company *
THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT gamut from large birds on occasion -
Service : Tuning Repairing OF CLAY COUNTY. GEORGE L. CARLISLE, Clerk down to insects. Despitehis Surety, in the amount of $2,000.00 and O. J. MurrhM,

Day Ph. 284-3080 LINSLEY WOODWORKS ', PHONE 284-827S FLORIDA.IN By: Grace M. Carlisle culinary indiscretions he can County Commissioner District No. 4, Principal and Standard

Night 284-3492 Custom Cabinetry *' Box 50 Hlbernla Rt. I Deputy Cleric be extremely choosy when tak- Accident Insurance Company, Surety in the amount of $2,000.00.
breen PROBATEIn (Court Seal) ing a lure, thus making him amore
8. Palmetto Office, Bar acd Store Fixtures Cove SpringsREAL After a discussion on the proposed building site for the
re: i prize.
I (Publish once only at least 7
Health Center the Chairman was requested to contact the
Cabinets Bldg.; Hardware WOODWORTH Summing up, Mercury says
Green Core Springs Plywood Plastic Laminates Deceased. days prior to sale). the black bass has everything Clay County Hospital Board and ascertain whether or not the

ESTATE Jan. 3, 1963 in his favor: stnbborness, un- Hospital Board would donate the necessary land for the proposed
Phone Bus. 284-3223 NO. 578 predictability and a tendency to
Health Center: also If the Health Center could connect
APPLIANCES Phone Res. 284.38O3 CLARENCE B. GAZETTE NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo LEGAL NOTICE be as good in the frying pan as
All Creditors and Persons he is on the end of a line. with the Hospital Sewage Disposal Plant.

Highway 17 North Llscensed Broker In How do you vote? Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner
hhaving Claims or Demands IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
j Jim Carter Appliance Green Cove Springs Murrhee and carried, to adjourn and meet again in regular
against said Estate: AND FOR CLAY COUNTY
Service, Inc.A. Green Cove Springs session on January 14. 1963 at 9:00: o'clock A. M.
You and each of you are FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
Luther E. Wilson Chairman
FILL DIRTCHERRY Since 193'1Homes hereby notified and requiredto CASE NO. 3548
F. Baker
Attest: George L. Carlisle, Clerk
Air Conditioning: & present any claims and demands W. M. MASON & COMPANY TropperBillsays.
Farms Acreage
p RefrigerationWe & LOVElfDragline which you may have a corporation under the laws I FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS I

11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 against the Estate of Elizabeth of Florida.

service aU' major "- Dump Truck S. Woodworth deceased, late Plaintiff .. By THOMAS F. FLEMING JR that this condition has resulted

Appliances LIGHT DOZIER WORK of Clay County, Florida, to the vsWILLIAM 1 Member, The Florida Council I through lack of sufficient finances.

CLEAN FILL DIRT Income Tax Service County Judge of Clay County, C. MILLER and of 100, and Our universities can and must

Home phone-284-5131 Shell Clay 18 Years Experience Florida at his office in the ANNA E. MILLER, his wife Chairman, Education Committee Be brought to level equal to the

Business" 2U.UUC Courthouse of said County at Defendants.NOTICE Florida State Chamber of best In the nation this should

FREE ESTIMATES Short Forms$2.00Long Green Cove Springs, Florida, OF SUIT Commerce be our No. 1 goal. We should 99

PRO -:?T DELIVERY Forms-$5.00 within six calendar months THE 8TATE OF FLORIDA: When fellow Americans selected beyond that however, and excel,

Courteous Service up a parcel of land on our eastern take the leadership among the
from the time of the first TO: William C. Miller and An-
Reasonable Rates for Business of this notice. Each Florida coast a decade ago and states because it simply win be
Phone CO 4-6311 na E. Miller, his wife, whose good business for Florida.

Res. CO 4.9867 Real Estate Rentals, Etc. claim or demand shall be in residence is 615 West AItu- day started dawned Cape In Canaveral Florida. ,More a new recently I Both the State Chamber and

W. E. (Ernest) :Cherry, PAUL REMLINGER writing, shall be in duplicate, ras Street, Tucson, Arizona: I the space age burst uponus I the Florida Council have provided
ELECTRIC BOTTOM shall state the place of residence thata
General Mgr You are hereby notified and Florida became an Inter strong leadership in awakening

BOATS Doctors 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. and post office address suit has been filed against I national dateline. public Interest.
Inlet Fie
Orange Park of the claimant, shall be swornto you as Defendants in the above. What Immediately concerns us The Chamber began talking of

by the claimant his agentor entitled cause; and that you must be this question: Where are this new space age era educationat

LEGAL JSOTJCE attorney, and shall be accompanied Are hereby required to file your we today, and where do we go our state convention In November .

I [ OPPflfilUNITlf KNOCKS HERE --I by the one dollar answer with the Clerk of this I tomorrow 1960, at Jacksonville. The'
Education Committee scheduled
KEYSTONE STATE BANK filing fee required by law. and Court, and to serve a copy So swiftly have profound events
NOTICE OF REGULARANNUAL moved in on us that we find it meetings last year at Cape
such claim demand not
any or thereof upon the Plaintiff or
difficult to grasp what has actual Canaveral and Miami and we
MEETINGOF so filed shall be void.s Plaintiff's attorney, whose taken able have continued with current
I ly place to oe to rec
For RentFOR UPHOLSTERERS STOCKHOLDERS / / Carroll M. Wright, name and address is: Smith, se! things as they are in our ommendations which are before

The regular annual meeting As Administrator cum tes- Elliot and Schwalbe, 830 Lynch Your own safety, as wellas world right now. But if we can the State Board of Control. ,

RENT: Nice 2 bedroom BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP of the stockholders of the Keystone tamento annexo of the Estate Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida the other fellow', de- do this if we can sense a new Fred 0. Dickinson Jr., West

house. newly painted inside and 1400 W. Idlewild AT. State Bank will be held of Elizabeth S. Wood- not later than February mands the dimming of and great challenge we will be Palm Beach Council chairman,

out, reasonable, large yard appliances at its office on Lawrence Boulevard worth, deceased. : 7. 1063. i your lights so you won't shaping a new concept. A new I and Stanton Sanson. Miami Beads.
Phone J84-55OH
Keystone Heights, Slate First publication January concept is our first necessity. A chairman of the Councils Committee .
( furnished" Call Penney on If you fall to do so decree blind an oncoming driver.If I
Green COT Sprlagi I 1 plan of action which embraces on Scientific and Technical
of Florida Monday January ]
on I
Farms 5298211. 20tfe 3. confesso will be entered I
pro he can't he ''
1963.Jan. see, mighthit that new concept Is Indispensable Higher Education have liven dynamic
Seat Covers Panels 14, 1963, at 3:00 pjn. for 3, 10, 17, 24, 1963 against you for the relief demanded I
for us in Florida. leadership in the educational
FOR RENT Comfortable S Auto TopsUpholstery the purpose of electing direc- TOu.YOU '
in the complaint.The I
The great showndown of this field and have filed extensive reports *
Mr. house. Kitchen furnished, Lining tors and transacting whatever '
nature of said suit being
era will come, not In a test of the Board of Control.
316 N. Orange Ave. Phone Sofas Chairs other business may be brought IJT THE CIRCUIT COURT OFCLAY for foreclosure of mortgage recorded arms, but in the race for supremacy It is urgent that business and
:".3030 or 284-3512. 6tfe Cushion before said meeting.N. IV COUNTY CHANCERY FLORIDA WO. ana in Vol. 40, Page 407. in education and technology. I industry support higher education

Watson Hardenbergh. Jr. I. Ret Nose of Official Records of Clay Coun- Upon our universities and col', to take some of the load off el
FOR RENT FURNISHED Executive Vice President & LARK..Petltle.eraNOTICE YCHARLES WILSON etc. ty, Florida, the description of ARE leges public and private -, the state in providing the essential

Small house 6 East Core Street I HELP WANTED Cashier Jan. 3, '10, 1983 OF INTENTION TO the property proceeded against w largely fall this responsibility I: educational posture we must

near Hosiery Mill. Two small APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME DRIVINGOUNDI As citizens we have but three assume, and the Cleveland CIne
WANTED To JAMES WILSON. follows All that
being as certain
children OK, Yard fenced. Ap LEGAL :NOTICE Residency U W.owm. choices, ((1) do less than our maximum I per cent plan is one of the NetWB'I
sad property situate and beingin capability and soon be surpassed I in which this be done.
pliant:,,. 140.00 month. Elwood MAN OR WOMAN Tel WHOM IT MAT CONCUR!
Johnson, phone 234-6652. IK THE CIRCUIT COtRT OF NOTICE U hereby given that Clay County, Florida, more by other nations, (2) let I I In essence, the Cleveland' plan

SPARE TIME CLAY corXT1FLORID..V the undersigned petitioner. LarryCharles particularly described as follows the federal government providethe (or aid to higher education by
22tfc IN CHAXCRY AO. 3S42
JOHN H. REDDJ'(G. Annie Mae Wilson Camel a Wilson minor, his by : I. Initiative and control our ef business! and industry calls for

DISCRIMINATING SENIOR To refill and collect money Plaintiff mother and next friend, whose Lot Nine (0) Block Eight forts or (3) look to private enterprise corporate' contributions, increasing

from our machines dispensing ".. residence Street, in address the City Is: 1180 of Hooker Orange (8), MEADOWB: OOK Unit to play a major role in developing within three yean to a minimum

Citizens may appreciate open- HiGrade Candy, Gum and JOSEPHINE G. REDDING.Defendant Park Clay County. Florida. Intends 2. according to plat recordedin our universities. of not less than one percent

ing of a Thoroughly comfortable Sport Cards in this to apply to the Honorable Today Industry wants good climate of inane before taxes and
area. Easyto ..
Plat Book 6 and
Charles A. Lack I*, one of the pages Gt.. 1
Retirement Home .
soon at do. Excellent income. $475.00 NOTICE OK SLIT Judge of the Fourth Judicial of the public records of ., ; with the best possible living gradually thereafter increasing as
River View 15 St. Johns Ave THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Circuit In and for Clay County, 13. conditions for Its employees, and the need develops.The .
required secured by In- JOSEPHINE G. REDDING, 1057 I I
at his office In the County; Clay County Florida.
to the best educational First Bank Boca
13-4p nearness Raton
nue. ventory. Include phone Brown Blvd, Verdun. Montreal Court House, at 10:00 o'clock
num- 19, Province of Quebec. Canada., on the 22nd day of Janu Together with all structuresand When you can see only the facilities. of which I am chairman: of the
ber. Write P. O. Box 1165 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ary. 1963, or as soon thereafteras improvements now and Florida offers the ideal has
MiscellaneousCAREY'S that a suit has been filed he be heard for an order back of the vehicle ahead of you. most board adopted this plan, and
Jacksonville, Florida. against you in the above entitled changing may; his name from Larry hereafter on said land, and It means you are following too conditions for residence, for both I we are most pleased that we
cause and you are hereby required Charles Wilson to Larry ChUb Allow length for work and but educational .
fixtures attached thereto closely. one car play, our made such a decision. We urge

TRADING POST attorney to whoso serve upon name plaintiff'and address *- Wolfe thereafter by which be he shall and all rents, issues, proceeds every 10 miles per hour. resources do not quits match others to seriously consider the

appears hereon. your writ. ,' Dated at Jacksonville, Florida and profits accruing AUttott lug. Co. 0 /rfy Crowds __I I the appeal jf our climate on to!Cleveland one per cent pita u
WE BUY SELL TRADE Use Our of ten complaint defenses If In any said, to(suit the copy bill this 19@2 11th day of December A.D. and ,to accrue from said day's market. We fully m.Uze1 an aid to higher education.
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Three locations of which is delivered to you LARRY CHARLES WILSON --- --
: herewith on or before January; a minor by ANNIE MAE premises all of which are included -
e IS E. Palmer St, Ph. 284-32SO ClassifiedPage U. A.D. 1983. .... .... CAMEL WILSON, his mother within the foregoing IM W616HT 17 8S. \(HOWYouR..LENGTH
Herein fall not or decree pro and next friend.
S Warehouse &; antiques old confeso will be entered againstyou Petitioners. description and the haben- t I IB INUres fLORiDA
for the rli.f prayed In the Attorney: "14
Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. bill of complaint Rtleford McGrlff. dum thereof; also all gas, _
The Katuie of said suit belrg 411.13 Broad Street. steam electric, water, and : WATERFOWI-
C "BIG TOP" tent Blending for Divorce. Jacksonville FloHda. .
WITNESS my hand and the Dee. IS. 10. 21, 1J.: Jan. 3. If(2 other heating cooking, refrigerating a4 RAJ.
Blvd. At RidgewoodFurniture seal of said Court of Green Cove lighting plumbing BROWN
Spring'. Florida thin llth day of r'
& appliances at For Quick December. A.D. 1962. ventilating, irrigating HEAP

bargain prices Stfe GEORGE L. CARLISLE, IY THE COUNTY JUDGE' and power systems, machines BROWN /JJ.AcK opyCR4Sr
Clerk of Circuit Court. COURT. CLAY COUNTY' r afe I WHITE
appliances fixtures
Deputy Clerk.J. !. ret Estate .f PAUL WILBER- and appurtenances which }l BELLY '
W SERVICE Anytime Don Results C. Fare.Attorney FORCE HARRISON. 4 reaee" NA tROW.YOOTNfD
for Plaintiff now are or may hereafter
Woollard. Phone 284-0615. ,
P. a Box 448. and Persons
Al Creditor
pertain to. or be used with
Green Cove Springs Florida.
DUe having Claims or Demands against -
Dec. 13. 20. 27. 1962 Jan. 3. 19(3. said Estate in. or on said premises, even 81AM '+

You and each of you are WH/T 6 K ...
be detached
I I '* .i.--t"H"I"t- though they or
and required to s'f1
hereby present notified any claims and demands detachable. CRESTED l -- -
r"IAR CTORy"llil
I which Estate you of may Paul have WUberforee againstthe WITNESS my hand and the -

Harrison deceased, late ef Clay seal of said Court at Green
1..1 11 i 111111111111 III Hti-i n111 n in 11 s i n 11111. I II t'M'-t'-I-t' i i I t Iii I County :Florida to the County Cove Florida this 29th a .. .
Judge of Clay County. Florida 'M.'
I at his office in the Courthouseof day of December A. D. 1962. 81Acz'M
I Spring. Florida within six calendar GEORGE: L. CARLISLE.!: 1

AIR BASE FURNITURE CO months from the time of Clerk of the Circuit Court tf'
the first publication of this no ;
Fine Furniture THARMACY tice. Each claim or demand shall By Grace M. Carlisle
Carpeting OFFICE SUPPLY CO. be la writing shall be In dnpll-
rate hall state the place of Deputy ClerkA GRESt'i i
Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner ersidcnce and post office address copy of the complaint filed C'OSI 1 ; JJI
5953 Roosevelt Bird. of the claimant shall be
sworn to by the elimant. his herein is attached to the copy 'I -
Jacksonville EV 7-4011 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists in agent or attorney and shall be J. "
of this Notice which is mailedto /J
accompanied by the one dollar
TRAILERS Cameras ,- Films Office Supplies-Office Equip- filling fee required by law and each Defendant for whom a
any such claim or demand. Bet RISI ONE c.9 out HANDDM4Sr DucKSI8RO.4w
pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sandrles so filed shall be void. residence more specific than a HOODEDMERGANSER AFISHPXKNHA6ITS LAKES,
'a' ANNA MONTEJTHHARRISON. state or country' was given In 3/DS
Air Stream Complete Line of Greeting
Used Trailers-Bank FlnanelnfOO17 As Executrix of the Last. the sworn statement filed herein
Will and Testament of
Roosevelt Rlvd. 2032 Blending Blvd. Paul Wilbcrforc Harri by the Plaintiff his agent LATf
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES INC 2655-57 Park St, Jacksonville sea deceased or attorney.

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REPORTER KAY STONE '. flL'IlBtonL: e! iAeights BetesM \



E. T. Martin, Mrs. Sara McDonald White Feather Court and visiting -

I H CPenney & Martin Takes Over At Co-op. Keystone Social Notes Mrs. Nan Muir. Mrs. with their daughter's

Harteck. Mrs. Joseph Wildt. family Kir. and Mrs. Bill Belote

and Mrs. J. R. Smith. and children.
Carol Warren and Patty Miss Frances Reaves of Keystone -

FarmsReporter r Shaughnessey were joint host- and her parents and
I Mrs. Bill Siprelle and children The Keystone Heights Wom
esses at a holiday party held atPatty's two brothers and two sisters
CURTISAt Mike and Mary Jo. former an's Club will meet at :2 o'clock
: MRS. BENNETT home on Santa Fe were Christmas day guests of

P li b.E Lake last Thursday. Among relatives in St. Augustine.Mr. Keystoners were In Key- next Tuesday at the Community -

the annual New Year's for hospitals. The program Included those invited were David I, stone on Sunday afternoon. church educational building -

service last Sunday the Rev. a paper by the Rev. F. visiting old friends who are always for their regular business
Schaeffer Lorraine Dry, Do- and Mrs. Charles Hinck
Basil !:. Truscott preached on M. Gracey "Was the Post- happy to see them and meeting. A social\ hour and get-
lores Murrhee. John Allen, and family entertained Mr. and
he subject, "The Church of the master General justified in who think they should move acquainted-time will be held.
Gary Cooper Renee Belote Mrs. George Schaeffer and
future." He was assisted by the suing extra misprints of is-I back to Keystone now that Mrs. Julius Hanson president
Pam Thompson Joe Gardner Miss Anna McCullough at
Rev. Arthur W. Davies who Dag Hammarskjold stamp Mr. Siprelle Is in Africa on of Keystone Woman's dub
Rodn&y Paul. Christmas dinner.
conducted the worship service. a story "The beginning of Red Don North. Jane and Jim Mc- I business for six months. MaryJo will hold a board meeting at

Directed by the Rev. Mr. Tru- Cross seals by Mrs. Hemp- a freshman at Mary Manse 1:00: o'clock prior to the business -
Le Sutton Norma
Murtry Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reavesof
scott. the choir sang the anthem stead; a discussion. "Is the new College In Toledo Ohio is meeting.
Valldejuli. Stefan Brokas. Er-
"All Through, the Year" Christmas seal a threat to sep Jacksonville visited Mr. t( home for the holidays. The
nie Williams Bruce Moon Linda -
with Mrs. Ono Coons at the 1 aration of church and state!" i Reaves' father. Mr. A E.Reaves. Siprelles now live In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spradleyof
Anthony Jackie Fox Marian -
organ. led by the Rev. G. P. Howard I Sr., and his niece. Miss ville. the Keystone Club Estatesare
Beasley and the hostesses.
At the Sunday school period, and an exhibition of U. S. Frances Reaves on Bedford the parents of a son born
E. T. Martin (left above) has been named acting
the Rev. C. G. Cole, associate stamps having a religious em- Lake on Christmas afternoon.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. George P. last Friday. Dec. 28. in Jack-
manager of the Clay Electric Co-op to succeed A. C. London
moderator installed the fol- phasis by Mrs. Coker. Suzanne LaMee was hostessat sonville. Mr. Spradley is the
Cromer entertained at Christmas -
(right above) who retired this week after more than two ,
lowing S. S. officers: Mrs. H. a holiday party on last A, E. Reaves was the party at their home on coach for the K. H. S. Indians.
decades with the Co-op. Air. London who is 73 :years old Is a
T. Sutton, superintendent: the Mrs. L. J. Shafer welcomed native of Belfast Ireland and has been an American citizen Wednesday at her home on Christmas dinner guest of Mr. I\I Peach Street on Saturday. Dec. Mrs. Spradley is a former

Rev. J. A. Swetnam assistant those who attended the Christ- for more than half a century. He plans to devote his time to Keystone Lake. Guests included and Mrs. Vernon Buff his 22. Guests included Mr. and Starke girl.

superintendent; Mrs. C. S. Hig- mas meeting of the WCTU held Bobby Redfearn Margaret neighbors.Mrs. Mrs. Tony Baker. Mr. and Mrs.
his garden and fishin?. Thomas Milligan has been named acting -
by. secretary: :Mrs. E. L. Ferris, in the church sanctuary on assistant manager and George :Massa office manager. Colson. Pat LaMee Sarah I Bill Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Carl The Estrellita Club will meet

treasurer: C. W. Laird assist- Tuesday afternoon. Miss E. Woodbum Veasy Walker Dianne Edith Thornquist Is Darden. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell at the Masonic Hall on Wednesday -

ant treasurer: Mrs. May Orr Stella Cass presided and pre- I Brokas. George Leath. much improved after being Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ri- I Jan. 9. at :2:90 o'clock.

secretary of literature; C. S. sented Mrs. Marshall Meriam morning service was conductedby dent of Penney Farms for Eric Rsdfeam. Suzanne Judd, quite ill. A lot of credit goes to daught and Leon's brother and A social hour will be held prior
the Rev. Dr. G. P. Howard many years and now livingin I
Higby assistant secretary of who led the devotional serviceon Larry LaMee Herbie Nelson her nurse. Mrs. Ruth Ohlson, his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Donald to the business meeting.
literature: Mrs. H. K. Miller the subject. "Love in the assisted by the Rev. Alfred Montclair N. J., was a recent Jimmy Fox Butch Fox Joe who is her sister. Ridaught. from Fort Pierce. I

superintendent home depart- social order." The musical pro- Hoad. Special music was pro- guest of Mrs. I. M. Frey. Gardner Reba Hall Bob Morgan Fla. The Eastern Star will meeton

ment; Mrs. E. R. Brown super- gram had been arranged by vided by the choir with Mrs. Mac Hall. April Mesko, Frank Wright of Palm Jan. 15 for the first time in

intendent primary department Mrs. Alice Curtis before her illness : Coons organist. At noon the The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Carol Kalman. Steve O'Connor, Beach was a holiday visitor at Mr. Bill Singley from Hous- 1963. Business will include the
and Mrs. Ono Coons pianist. !usual holiday dinner was serv- Wagner left on Saturday for Tommy McLendon. Julie Walker Hostessesfor
solo election of officers.
: and included a piano the home of Mrs. Lena Clemens ton. Texas and Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ruth Travassos is secre- by Mrs. Celia Pratt and two !! ed to many residents their San Antonio. Texas where they Tom Gardner. Barbara and her boys. John and L. S. Hitchcock from Rockville the meeting will be Mrs.

tary emeritus.On Carols sung by the womens guests and to the residents of will spend a month visiting Jean Turner Carter and Wil- George Allen in Hillcrest. Md.. were spending the Frank Stitchberry. Mrs. Ruby

chorus. Miss Alberta Black I the Mary Olin Clinic under their two sons and their fami- liam Carter. holidays with Mr. Loyd Sing- Osteen Mrs. Arcena Wilson,

Sunday evening. In the closed the program with the i the direction of Mrs. Barbara lies. ley father of Bill and Mrs. and Mrs. Aughtrey Vance.
I Tate. Many journeyed to the Mrs. Lena Clemens and her
Quadrangle social room. Mrs. Christmas story "The Little Nancy Sutton entertained Hitchcock.Mrs. .
T. S. Cleaver was in charge of I Park of the Palms the Qui-Si- Griswaldand sons, John and George Allen
Mixer. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis friends at a holiday party last The meeting of the KeystoneFire

the musical program. This included The offertory prayer was II Sana and other popular dining family of Torrington Saturday. Guests Included Ber- spent Christmas with Mr. and Ruth Johnston of Dept., regularly held on

selections for the piano said and the benediction pro- places in the area. Conn., while touring Florida nice Brune Rennie Johnson Mrs. E. John Nelson and fam- Youngstown Ohio returned to the first Tuesday of the month

from Wagner's 'Tannhauser' nounced by the Rev. J. R. The Christmas party for the recently visited Mrs. Karen Mary Ann King. Margaret ily, in Jacksonville. Mrs. Nelsonis Keystone Heights last week for will be held instead on Tues

played by Mrs. Cleaver and Nicholas.Mrs. inactive residents was held in Kiser. Muir. Dee Dee Hardenbergh Mrs. Clemens' sister. another visit. She is a relativeof day. Jan. 8.Reynods.
Mrs. Celia Pratt; two numbers the quadrangle social room under -
Chuck Pardee. Alec Livingston Mr. John Bird and Mr.
the direction of Mrs. F. C. Mrs. W. T. Homala of Zanes-
and Kriesler by
from Paganini C. M. Ackerman, presi- The Rev. A. E. Lehman has George Leath. John Allen. Lor- Lloyd Singley. She has her
E. F. Andres violinist, accompanied Cannon. About thirty persons ville Ohio has been the
dent has announced the execu- been enjoying a visit with his raine Dey David Schaeffer same cottage number 1, at the Insurance
were present and enjoyed the Christmas guest of Rev. Father
Mrs. Cleaver
by ; a
tive meeting of the Women's daughter Mrs. J. C. Leonard Butch and Jimmy Fox. Jane White Feather.
solo by Miss Cheryl program of music presented by and Mrs. William Worstall and *
soprano Guild to be held in the library and her two daughters of McMurtry. Joe Gardner. Reba Agency
Green Cove Mesdames Pratt. Andres and family. Mrs. Homala is Mrs.
Hutchings of
on Monday at 2:30: o'clock. The Miami. Hall Herbie Nelson Bob Jackson Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
her teacher, Cleaver and the reading by Worstall's mother.
accompanied by .
annual meeting of the guild I Mac Hall Jim McMurtry Murelli of tne Club Estates

Mrs. Clark; a mixed double will beheld in the church on Miss Elma Pearce. Holiday guests of the Rev.E. Dianne Brokas. Tommy have as their holiday guests General Insurance

quartet O Saviour, Hear Me'sung Wednesday, at 2:45 o'clock for J. Sa9htjen were his Thompson and Lee Sutton. Pvt. 1/C Larry LaMee. Jr., their daughter and family. Mr.
by Mesdames Blanche The Rev. and Mrs. B. R. USMC. returned to the Marine
the election of officers. ters: Miss Josephine and Mrs. Leo King and chil-
Miller. Margaret Imbrie Celia Truscott had as their guests of Washington and daugh-I Mrs. Harold Lawrence left Training School in Memphis dren, Mary Ann Janet and Telephone
Pratt. Grace Ferris and Messrs. last week their eldest daughter. on Dec. 27. after being home mother
Richard and Mr. King's -
The famous "Peace Pilgrim" sell Pyre of Ormond Beach last Saturday for Punta Gorda. Office 4734881
Ackerman. Cleaver Schieb and Mrs. D. D. Rhodes and for a week with his family on all
Mrs. May King of Detroit -
visited Penney Farms last Fri- accompained by Mr. Pyre. where she visited her sister
Woodring with violin obligato her two youngest children, I Keystone Lake. Mich.. Home 473-4745
also selec- day after walking from Orlando. Mrs. Arneeta Read. She returned -
by Mrs. Andres; a Robin and Noel of Davidson
the chorus. That evening, a large audience On Thursday evening. Dec. to Keystone on Jan. 2.
tion by womens N. C. Pat LaMee entered F. S. U. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crosbyof
assembled in the social
Caldwell 20, the Sunday School Keystone Heights
Mrs. Leona gave a
of the Quadrangle to present-I for the second trimester leav- Foley .Ala., are spending the
room ed the annual i
"W here
Christmas reading. hear her talk. Wearing a tunic Hugh M. Miller of Meadville Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lawson ing Keystone on Dec. 31. holidays in Keystone at the
tsand the Rev. ant under the direction
Love -God and Mrs. Lawson's mother
Pa., spent several days In town I
Mr. Hoad thanked the partici- emblazoned with the words Robert Storey assisted by Miss Mrs. Glen Morris all of Ros- I
miles for last week as the guest of his i Miss Darlene Campbell was
pants in the program, and pro- "Walking 25.000 Ada Beckey. The following people Ga. visiting Mr. I
well. were
mother Mrs. Homer K. Miller.
home from the University of
nounced the benediction.The WORLD PEACE this woman made up the cast: the Rev.A. and Mrs. Bill Few and family Florida for Christmas with her Brooklyn Supply HouseBuilding
who travels anonymously stated
V. Borkey Mrs. T. H. Run- ov.r: the holidays. Mr. and Mrs.
miles On Wednesday morning. Dr. mother. Mrs. Libby Campbell
she had travelede 21,000
yon; Jess Shelton, Gerald
Christmas meeting of Lawson went to Miami for a Supplies Hardware
foot, carrying no money and E. K. Brown who had been and her sisters. ,
on Miss Eva Hoover the
the Stamp Club was held on Moody; ; weekend while Mrs. Morris
depending on invitations for spending the holidays with his Precast U Lintels AH
Thursday at he Coker apartment Rev. R. G. Korteling Patricia remained in Keystone with Lengths
her food and lodging. Among mother Mrs. Earl Brown left Jones Wilbur Jones RE.. : Eric Garber.; a freshman at
with stamp exchangeand her other .
a Mrs. Few daughter.Miss
contributions of stamps those present were the over- for his home in Berea Ohio. Bohner. the Rev. M. H. Keast. Harvard College was In Key-

night guests of Dr. and Mrs. While in Florida Mrs. Brown Lynn Shelton Teresa Bostick stone for Christmas with his Roy1'. Tyre Phone 473-4886

.!. .! .!. .!. .!"o'.!. .!. Basil Truscot: Mrs. Vera Stock- accompanied him on a tour of Linda Eastham Paula Shelton. Janis Paul daughter of parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
C Ci G .l GTi CTi C i C7 well widow of Bishop B. F. the central and southern areas Charlotte Moody and Patricia Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Paul of Garber of Nelson's Point.

Murrhee Stockwell of South America; of the state where they made I Jones: the Rev. T. H. Runyon. Hillcrest left Jacksonville by I I
Dec. 26 Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Booherof
Miss E. A. Thillayampalm several calls. the Rev. T. S. Cleaver and H. train on Wednesday. .
former president of Isabella I H. Woodring; Robert Pickle. to visit her maternal grandfa- New Castle Pa., are visitingMr. REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

Insurance AgencyFor Thoburn College of Lucknow. House guests of Mrs. M. O. John Bostick and Robert East- ther in Arkansas for a week. and Mrs. Don Morgan and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA

India; Miss Sadie Johnson and Robbins last week were Mrs. ham; E. E. Stone the Rev boys on Lakeview Drive. The
Your Insurance Needs Stanton. and her Boohers are Mrs. Morgan's
Airs Alma Janvier both former Sarah daughter William Kinsey. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson

See: RICHARD MURRHEE missionaries to India. At Barbara of Martinsville. The costumes provided by and son enjoyed Christmas parents.

present. Miss Thillayampalm is Ind. Mrs. E. A. Morrison. Mrs. Leach dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Everett I t n'C.
Agent visiting professor of Indian studies Mrs. Harold Sutton entertained -
and Mrs. Nymeyer were en- Fox and family.
at Wesleyan University for Mrs. Leona Will Caldwell arrived hanced by the lighting effectsin at her home Thursday. "

Phone 473-4786 Women Macon. Ga. in Penney Farms on Friday charge of W. E. Krone and Guests included Mrs. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc Firth Mrs. Frank Price Mrs.
after driving alone
Keystone Heights. Florida evening Arthur Moody. E. J. Ellis arranged -
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neal William Worstall Mrs. W. T.
obsen.edquietly from Ohio where she .
Christmas Day was the properties and A. J. .ETE" O'CONNOR f. O. BOXPHONE
at Penney Farms. The had been spending the sum- S. Barrows with the Rev. C. F. were Christmas dinner guestsof Homala. Mrs. Walter Andrew- 4297

mer and fall. Schriver acted as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tammof son. Mrs. Ethel Warman Mrs.
-"'- Club Estates.
Keystone .

I ;YOUR RADIO FIXED AllFor Mrs. Earl Vaughan of We- On Monday evening Decem-
natchee. Wash, recently spent ber 17 men of the Jacksonville

1 Tube-Tuning-Sockets Tightened several days visiting Mrs. I. M. "Gateway Chapter" of the THE LAKES MEETS
Transformer Aligned-Labor Frey. Barbershop Singers gave a pro- The Garden Club of the

gram in the Penney Memorial 'Lakes met last Thursday at
and Mrs. Thomas Hughes a I
church under the leadershipof
the home of Mrs. Florence :.
former resident. who was In
Director Marshall Walsh.
New Dial Light Harris on Lake Geneva. Four-
town visiting Mrs. G. L. Parry
The varied much
program was teen members and two visitors
ROY DAVIS CO. and Mrs. Frey has gone to enjoyed and the several quar- were present.

23 Walnut St. Green Cove Springs Panama City where she will tet numbers brought prolonged
Garden Club
president. Mrs.
remain with her sister throughthe
applause with their encores
Phone 2S4-6951 24 Hour Service winter. Richard Vogn. opened the busi- KEYSTONE STATE BANK
appreciated. Mr. A. S. Barrows. ness meeting with Invocation.
Chairman ef the Literary Com-
Chairmen of the various
committees -
Miss Martha Benson and mittee thanked the singers and

Mrs. Alice Donaldson have beenin stated that several men from I gave reports.

St. Petersburg for the holi- Green Cove Springs were There was an exchange of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA

day season. gifts, and refreshments were
S. E. McKAYREAL served by: hostesses Mrs. Harris -

Recent guests of :Mrs. May Ruth Mitchell and Ronnie

Orr and Miss Carrie Tarbell ELIZABETH S. WOODWORTH Hardenbergh.

were the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Sarah Wood- Mrs. Vogh showed slides she
ESTATE AND APPRAISAL SERVICE Wesley Huber of Wellesley worth. 76 years old. a residentof and her husband made on a

Massachusetts who are spend- the Quadrangle for four anda tour of the country featuring

ing the winter at Ormond half years died in the Clay national and state parks. -.

HOMES RENTALS LAKEFRONT Beach. Memorial Hospital on Decem-

ber 19.Miss.
PROPERTIES The Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Woodworth was born
Archibald. accompained by his in Wolcott. Conn. on July 1,

brother and wife. Dr. and Mrs. 1886 and had lived in Little year old Mike Mur-

W. L. Archibald spent the holiday Deer Isle. Maine. After gradu- rhee shot and killed an eight-
Keystone HeightsPhone
weekend as guests of the ating from Wheaton College point deer last week: while .

Rev. Dr. Arthur C. Archibaldat she had been a teacher and a bunting with his grandfather. .

473-4816 "Olds Hall" Daytona Beach. dietician, and came to Penney County! Commissioner O. J. Member FDIC

Farms from St. Augustine in Murrhee. The head has been .

Mrs. Thomas Hughes a resi April. 1958. eDt to a taxidermist.

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