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The Clay County crescent
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The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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Began July 15, 1927.
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Oscar Johnson, editor.
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Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
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100 Names Millican Vice-Chairman

J. O'Connor of Keystone secretary ser, of Baker County, and Sen- Green Cove facilities while community 13 of them are: Homer Custead of Ridge- Civic association; George W.
By PHILIP STOUGH the and each of wood George Davis. Green Doyle. Doctors Inlet; George R.
and Dr. M. C. Mayhugh ator Charlie Johns of Brad- Senator Johns, a former gov- in County ;
Acquisition by the State of Green Cove pharmacist treas- ford County told THE CRES- ernor of Florida said he stood these communities will have Cove; Floyd Gnann. Middle- Gammage. Orange Park Junior

the former naval facilities at CENT they were ready to do ready to work with any inter- the full support in any progres- burg; R. E. Hogarth Penney' Chamber of Commerce; J. L.

Green Cove Is only the first urer.An executive committee of 26 ,everything within their powerto ested agency or group In the sive movement of the Commit Farms; Louis B. Huntley. Doc- Lytle. Orange Park Lions Club;

Bootstrap. C. was also 'elected.Emphas1.z1ng aid both the State and Clay Committee of 100's Operation' tee." tors Inlet; C. B. Mosley Hatch- John McKinley Green Cove

step in Operation the Countywidescope County groups in putting industry Bootstrap.) Following the organizational enrille; O. B. Nail Orange Jaycees; F. J Nepeux Orange

W. Scarbrough told membersof of the Committee's mem- into Clay County. Under Friday night's meeting meeting the newly-elected executive Park; Albert Nelson. Keystone; Park Civitan Club; C. J. O'Con

the Committee of 100 fol- bership and aims, Mr. Scar- the present legislative apportionment heard Mr Scarbrough's promise board met to chart the Archie Padgett. Jr., Meadow- nor, Keystone Heights Chamber *

lowing his election as chair- brough said that while utiliza- Senator Fraser rep- i that he would serve until Committee's course until the brook-Belair; H. R. Scott of Commerce; Hervey Robinson -

man Friday night. .. tion of the State facilities at, resents Clay County in the the group could afford a full- next meeting scheduled for Russell; F. W. Strickland. Green Cove Lions Club;
x professional executive di March 1. Kingsley Lake; Jack Wilkinson Richard Sapp. Green Cove post
State Senate. Under the re- time
to with Mr. Green Cove was a first step,
Named serve
the Committee would shortly apportionment passed by the rector." The executive committee Clay Hill; P. Williamson, of the VFW; Rex Smith Jr..
Scarbrough as vice chairmanwas 13 members West Tocoi. Green Cove Rotary Club; Richard -
complete a survey of industrialsites Legislature last week. Clay "Until then. he said "the comprises repre-
Thomas B. Millican. of throughout the County County will go Into Senator momentum of this movement senting the County's 13 com- Elected to the board from Spence Thomas. Keystone

Keystone assistant general for its uses in dealing with in- Johns' senatorial district two must increase If we are to suc munities and 14 others repre- County civic organizations are: Heights Lions Club; G. E. Wig

manager of Clay Electric Co dustrial prospects. years from now. Senator Fraser ceed. It must not be allowed to I senting civic groups throughout Ernest Atkins representing the gins. Keystone Rotary Club;

his pleasure at theState's fall behind. The Committee the County. Penney Farms town council; J. and John Wilkinson Clay Hfll-
Mr. Millican is a native of (Editor's Note: On Saturday I expressed
THOMAS H. MILL1CAX Palatka.op. Other officers are C. both State Senator Edwin Fra- action In acquiring the needs the support of every Community representatives H. Bedenbaugh Middleburg Maxville P-TA.


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VOLUME 37; -

.COUNTY LEADERS 16 Health Sets Annual Unit VIA Presents Program ,

1 -1c2tIoLcbuOr'.3 : [titi t itn Meet Clay County annual Feb.Public meeting Health of 19The Ad-the For Beautification of GC

visory Council Inc.. will be

y "sj held at 8 o'clock Feb. 19 in
&L on
' 1 Commissioners
the Clay Electric Co-op. Keystone To City
IIfr :
7 iztwi according to Mrs. Carle-

ton Clark of Middleburg. pres-

I by 'Jj .ident.Mrs. Clark a charter mem- Commissioners Ask 1 For

ber of the Council was reelected -

president. Other officers
named at the January meetingin Time To ConsiderRepresentatives :

the Qui-Si-Sana Hotel are:

Mrs. Charles_ Hager of Doctors
of the VIAVoman's Club presented a
Inlet vice president Mrs.
beautification program for Green Cove Springs to the city
Daniel Pater of Keystone recording -
commissioners Tuesday. 3
secretary and Mrs. s
The ladies were graciously received by the commissionersand
Ralph Milberger of Green
left the session with expressions of sympathetic apprecia-
Cove former recording secre-
tion by the commissioners and promises to consider their requests -
tary, was named corresponding
provided they were given time.
secretary. O. B. Nail of Orange --
The visit of the Woman's f
Park who is also a charter
{ Club spokesmen coincides with
r member of the group was re-
elected treasurer.Dr. activities of the newly organ- g -t t

ized County-wide Committee of
i William Wright, of the
100 to enhance the beauty and Pictured above among the spectators at the meeting of
State Board of Health will be
the economic life of Green the City Commissioners are delegates from the VIA who pre-
the at the
f principal speaker an-
nual meeting.At Cove Springs. I sented their beautification program to the Commissioners.

Present at the commissioners'table .
the January meeting Mrs.I CommissionerAllie < asset-the river. I am greatly Canova added. "On February

Charles J. O'Connor real estate broker pean Theatre during \f'orldf'ar II. He was Mertie A. LeClaire. supervisor were T. Ivey Mayor, flanked by com- ._-_ surprised your city has not 20. 1883. the first Woman's
of of the Clay County capitalized the Club in Florida
nurses on only thing was organisedas
and appraiser church and Boy Scout leader attached to the British Royal Navy for a per- missioners Edward B. Taylor
Public Health department in- you really have to sell." The The Ladies Village Improve-
and secretary of the Committee of 100 Is an iod and served later as chief of security under troduced, two guests who areundergoing and side,F.and Warwick Mrs. Kenney Lisle Kenney on one spokesmen of the VIP urged ment Association of Green Cove

Ohioan who made up his mind to settle In General Lucius Clay. Following his release an 8-week training Commissioner Marvin J. Har- L1 that the public that passes by i Springs. And now. 80 years later -

Clay County in 1941 when he was stationed from active duty in 1947 he served in Europefor course at the Clay County Pub- ris, City Manager Ben Zellner have an opportunity to see the the same VIA is still working -

as a young: Army lieutenant at Blanding. Ed- another two years in civilian Intelligencework. lic Health training center in on the other. County Judge river ."Cut down weeds thin I for the betterment'! of the

Green Cove, They are Mrs. Toi Thomas J. Rivers sat at the out trees: and. remove low- communIty."
ucated at the University of Baltimore "Pete .
r Reed, of Jefferson County and branches all
table with the commissioners.Mrs. hanging on streets
O'Connor served in Intelligence in the Euro- 7"- Mrs. Sarah Musgrove of Ma- Frank Canova presentedthe leading to the river.' that an i
r '
rion County. Mrs. Audrey Peters petition of the Women's 4 LA unobstructed viev'ero&e.river. .' i Runaway BargeThe

a new member of the Clay Club, which often goes by the may be enjoyed." '

1i County staff was also Intro- initials VIA (Village Improve- e > With respect to the city dock, MS-2, derrick barge
i which has (ken dferoantting tIM
duced. ment Association). the women said. "Either teardown i
All persons interested in the The petition included a four- the city dock so that the I old bridge on the St. Johns
River since the first of August
public health welfare and activities point program* MUS. FRAXK CAXOVAtheir sign can be removed, or else
decided to add her dramaticsto
in the County are invited "We feel that there are repair the dock and remove the

to the annual meeting. things in Green Cove Springs: complaints without suggested sign." the weather Jut Monday
She broke loose from her moor
sv.Y remedies. With respectto
that can be done to make its As though anticipating an
ings and took flight for thirty
more attractive to the first grievance, they
appearance objection the petition said
n ACL Traffic RisesIn travelers, to our friends and suggested that the commissioners the program "does not involve minutes before running
aground at the west end of the
require property owners to
visit and to
relatives who us
any great expense and is long
t a Due To keep garbage cans in inconspicuous new bridge.
; County I the men who come here seek- overdue. We solicit
your coop-
places at collection According to the office of F.
t I ', ing business locations. eration and prompt action in
tr FEC Strike feel times and to conceal them at W. Blount of Jacksonville, sab-
t TieUpAtlantic "The following we are helping us make Green Cove
% all other times. They thought contractor of the job Richard
immediate attention -
#' 1 rf eyesores needing Springs a place of which we
Coastline Railroad Blount had down to
+ that the ordinance for tearing come
; t Y Z v : can be justly proud"The
E r dot passenger traffic through "First the garbage cans down condemned buildings Green Cove to cheek on the
should be enforced. VIA will shortly ask for MS-2. Jie found that all but
Orange Park and Green Cove which remain near or in the
full cooperation of civic clubsin two of the lines had been
of The ladies made much of the
has more than doubled AS a streets in full view everyone -
Green Cove. To set the proverbial -
chewed by the high winds and
seven'days a week. esthetic value of the St. Johns
result of the strike on the Flor-
example. "The women
attempted to find some meansof
"Second the empty buildings River to Green Cove Springs.
ida East Coast Railway according realize they must put their own
getting onto the barge to
that have fallen into decay. The river is beautiful if
to J. L. Goolsby. ACL club house in order. The rack secure more bnee but was un
Third, the undergrowth and you can see it. A recent letterto
w .f i ; agent at Green Cove. weeds on streets leading to the the editor of THE CRES- of garbage cans standing on successful. The MS-2 was successfully -
Palmer street will be removed
floated. Wednesday
river. CENT by a businessman Inter-
K I ..t While there has been no ""Fourth the city dock and ested in locating in Green Cove, and an underground receptacle morning at 12:58: a.m. and returned -
comparable increase in freight will be installed"In home to Jacksonville.No .
its 'No Trespassing' sign. was quoted by Canova:
; *: ) trains going over the ACL The women did not leave "You have one very valuableJIERBERT a postscript of note. Mrs. damage is reported.MorrisBrown '"
tracks. Mr. Goolsby said the
: normal number of freight

jv T trains were hauling many more I
( Win OP Seats
cars because of the strike -

which has tied up operations .
k on the Florida East Coast for I In an attention-getting five- served on the commission for

z *r : more than two weeks. way race Orange Park voters :six years. He also holds the position -

Four passenger trains two commissioners I of city building inspector -
elected two city
*4 each way normally pasa I street nommtsiiemi'( '. building
t on Tuesday. They are Herbert
through the two towns. commissioner and tax as-

H. Morris, reseated and Frank sessor. In a victory statement
Nonoperating unions struck
Each Morris said "I wish to thank
the Florida East Coast on Jan- W. Brown a newcomer.

___ ____ uary 23 because of the roads will serve for three years. 'all of the people who were kind
listed in enough to show their trust and
alleged failure to meet pay increases Out of 758 voters
amounting to approxi- the city registration books, it is'I'I faith In me by putting me! back

ryr mately 16.3 cents an hour : reported that 434 voters-approximately in office." He had pfedced himself

k granted months ago by most 60 per cent of I I to make Orange Park "at

of the other railroads of the those registered-participated i.tractive as a top residential 1

nation in the election. I area I am for good ......-

The turnout of voters was an ment."

improvement from a year 1 Mr. Brown Jr.. 38, is a feoal

SPECIAL JAYCEE MEET 4i ago.when only 122 voted in the I real estate broker. A graduateof
still active In the and moved to The O'Connors have
Colonel O'Connor ( JS.e.stone. election of an unopposed candidate Stetson University class of

Air Force Reserve and a former Commanderof four children. In addition to .his brokerage There will be a special But it fell short of the 1948 he is a Korean war vet

,the AF Reserve Squadron based at Gainesville work, he spends much of his time In appraisalsfor meeting of the Junior race held two years ago when eran. He recommends a long-

) was mararied, in 1948, to Capt. Sylvia the State Road Dept., on Federal and Interstate Chamber of Commerce 597 votes were cast. range comprehensive plan for
Tuesday Feb. 12. at 7:30 The tally of voters for the orderly growth of Orange Park.
He is active In Scouting -
highways. Boy
Tint, VAC who was then General Clay's personal -
"I wish
o'clock at the QuI-SI.Sana candidates is as follows: His victory statement:
secretary. Following their return to the a former senior warden of St. Annes Herbert H. Morris 297 to thank all those who voted

States they lived in New York for a year Episcopal Church. Shown above with his fam- HoteL Frank W. Brown 167 for me and all of the people

when he joined the staff of American Oil Co.. ily, are: back row L to r.. Sara Lou. Stephenand John McKinley. president, Harley H. Broom 149 of Orange Park. I hope I will

and was transferred to Jacksonville. In 1956 Nancy O'Connor; and front row, L to r.: urges: an members to be Charles L. duPont 110 fin the post to which tIMor have

O'Connorf'1llb.m S. Bitty), and Mr. present. R. T. Cailble. 96 elected me to their satisfac
he went into business for himself in Gainesville Mrs "
H. MORRIS FRANK W. BROWN .Mr. Morris 42 )'earsold.. hasp tion. -
.. .and three years later opened his office O'Connor. t. .. .t

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"I hold the maxim no less applicable to public GROXER
than to private affairs, that honesty U always the There are many evidences unrelated to the State's acquisition -
yk tM
best policy. w of the onetime naval facilities at Green Cove that 1.

GEORGE WASHINGTON Indicate we are on the move.

w + The members of the Village Improvement Association ap- *
peared Tuesday before the Green Cove city commission and tY
For US or For Our Image
asked them in effect to behave like a municipal governing a

body. Not Just sit there but to do something. This Is democracy i
The latest reports on the military posture of CommunistCuba :
flatly denied In the Pentagon must be a source of in its beat and purest form. I salute these ladies and I shall

deep concern to every citizen of Clay County-and the nation. 3r watch with the greatest Interest for any physical, manifest results -

The readiness of the Kennedy administration to rewrite the that may come out of this confrontation. tr

ends has been for months now and will
news to serve own
who is (and should not "
Green Cove's acting city manager :
be in the next Presidential election a major Issue. Actually
magazine in the nation be) a member of the commission asked me plaintively! some
there Is not a major newspaper or
that has not questioned within recent months the candour of weeks ago If there wasn't something good I could find In Green

President Kennedy and his lieutenants with respect to the Cove's city government. He recited all the praise I had heapedon

dissemination of information which might reflect discredit on Orange Park and Keystone and he wondered aloud, why I

their decisions. was so down on the municipal? authorities of Green Cove.
This lack of candour, coupled with the undisputed fact that

American foreign policy for nearly two decades has been based on This picture was taken shortly after the election returns My reply was ... and Is that I have nothing good to SANDRA UNDERWOOD

what the rest of the world may think adds up to the unfortu- were announced last Tuesday evening In Orange Park. Pictured say about the city government of Green Cove neither have

nate conclusion that those who say the Soviets still have offensive above are the present City Commissioners of Orange I anything bad to say about it. It just never does anything. Sandra Underwood, 17-year-old daughter cf Mr. and

weapons In Cuba are right and that the Reigning Family Park. Left to right: Hoyt B. Cotney, Frank \V. Brown (newly Mrs. R. A. Underwood of Green Core has been named winnerof
ladies of the VIA appeared before the
In Washington may be playing footsey with facts. elected), Mayor Walter G. Odnm. Herbert H. Morris (re- Two years ago the THE CRESCENT'S' tJ*"---'" r"_f.

Ever since Douglas MacArthur (a great soldier and a fourth elected) and James E. Younge. Green Cove city commission to ask that they do something Miss Und.." ood" a senior .Clay High plans to enter
his command in Korea ever the of the town. It would, they
rate politician/ ) got fired from ; about Improving appearance She will
training to become a nurse following her jradnatlon.
since the United States blocked the Anglo-Israel invasion of assured the valiant ladies, be taken under advisement. When
S. foreign policy has been based not on what was Think On These be presented a $25 U. S. Savings bond this week-end as win
Egypt U. ThingsAs they (the valiant ladies) had retired the issue was quietly in-
good for the American people but on how good it would soundin ner of the contest In Clay County

the newspapers of Ghana or some other such nation. terred.
little children we were
What Is good for the American people now as Governor A Sr Subsequently the Green Cove Jaycees took up the cudgel.In .

Bryant and a great many other thoughtful Americans said a taught a simple prayer one my presence a few months ago. and the minutes of the

long time ago is to get rid of the Cuban menace. line of which laid "If I shoulddie meeting will I believe bear me out the Green Cove city com-

before I wake Thereis
mission agreed to begin a program of civic Improvement Including -

a real message In that line. 9A renovation of the disgraceful "at your own risk" city k
Clay Civil Defense Completes "If I should die before I wake
pier buIkheading of the waterfront, cleaning up Spring Park S
I i up to lire." This mightbe
and starting a program of improving the unsightly city pool.
quoted "If I should die
Radiation Training ProgramAs Less than thirty days later in my presence. City Commissioner
before I live." Many thou-
l E. B. Taylor got up on his hind legs In a city commission meet-

of last Monday evening, and Civil Defense headquarters.Each sands are born exist and die Ing to deny that any such commitment had ever been made.

the Clay County Defense com- area is to nave emerg- before they ever live. I am iE eff
Well, the beauty of the latest plea Is that within a few F
pleted a crash program of Instruction ency operating centers locatedas told that between sixteen and
In radiation detection. follows: Orange Park will twenty thousand people say weeks two of these eminent gentlemen will stand for reelectionand Y

True to its motto of "Alert obtain fall-out data for the up- that life is not worth living they'll both have opposition. We'll see what they do. If they

i Today-Alive Tomorrow" the per third of the County; Green and die a suicide death each JIM McCULLOUGHPastor deliver the goods, THE CRESCENT will acknowledge It in ban-

Civil Defense office, under RayE. Cove Springs will obtain fallout year in the United States. Orange ATe Baptist ner headlines. Promises are not enough.In .

Chance director, has given data for the lower third. Psalm 90:12 reads, "So Church Orange Park on Tuesday,, the voters spoke out.. Of a

full Instruction to 86 Clay The Keystone Heights station teach us to number our days, Most men eddy about total of somewhat less than 600 who were eligible to vote, 434

County citizens. Thirty others will receive fall-out infor- that we may apply our hearts Here and there-eaf and went to the polls. They chose Herbert H. Morris, Incumbent anda t-

received partial training. mation from Areas I and II unto wisdom." The writer had drink. newcomer Frank W. Brown to fill two vacancies on the city -.

The crash program of Instruction and will correlate Information evidently examined his own commission This Is not original but let's say it, "The people
Chatter and love and hate
accentuated by the from State and United States life and the lives of those Gather and squander have spoken" that Is, those who voted. The vote was Impressive GLORIA BEDFEARNMr
Cuba crisis was for radiological government sources. The K. H. about him and had recognizedthat raised especially In view of the turnout a year ago I.n only Gloria Redfearn. wife of Michael Redfearn. of
monitoring of lethal fall-out. station will also be responsible 122 voted In the election of an unopposed candidate.On .
they were not doing a board .f
this informationand aloft are hurled in the dust Keystone Heights was by
instruction for studying
those receiving -
Among very good Job at this business another front I believe we are far better off today withD.
Striving blindly achieving
In the ten-hour disseminating It to all judges as having the most winning smile. However since Mrs
of living. He realized the Nothing; then they die- R. Matthews as our representative In Congress. While I have
course under Lewis Muir, radiological county areas. Charles E. Bennett Redfearn Is married she Is not able to compete In the state-
brevity of life and comparesour Perish. nothing against our former congressman, ;
training officer were Mr. Chance announces that lives to a "Watch In the These words of Matthew he had his hands full with Duval County, though I think the wide contest sponsored by the Council of 100. Under the role
officials and personnel. 'the C. D. office has available 60
county night" a "Morning sleep," as Arnold may sound a bit melan- people of Clay County should be amused to hear from the set up by the Council, only unmarried women. between the
These represented the county radiological monitoring -
"Grass" that flourishes in the Mossbacks that it was Mr. Bennett who spearheaded the State's
fire departments law enforce- for use by Clay County. choly to most of us. but they ares of 17 and 24 are eligible to compete.
morning and is cut down in the state a very sad fact about a acquisition of the old naval facilities at Green Cove. This story
ment agencies, school personnel "As soon as these Instrumentshave The contest was initiated by the Council of 100 as apart
evening and as a "Tale that istold" large part of the human race.We should have borne the by-line of John Slater Smith.
citizens band radio operators been calibrated and to and hospitality
of the State's effort promote courtesy
city and Clay Electric' utility checked. they will be Issued to or a short story. need to pray, "So teach And finally, I think the State Legislature's latest reapportionment -
employees Florida Forest radiological teams in the COun- A quick examination of our UB to number our days, to see Is about, good for Clay County as anything they' to winter visitors.The .

service personnel. Gold Head ty on a fair-share basis in each lives and of the world condi- the brevity of our lives that could have done. Former Governor Charlie Johns who will almost Council's board of Judges will select 10 girls a*
tions about us will reveal that we spend time. and certainly become our state senator two years from now.
the Clay the
In addition in
elected officials
Park employees city area. finalists. Of these five will be eligible to participate
and County High School and we too are doing a pretty poor energies in the thing that will has no ties with the County's Mossbacks. There Is every reasonto
county agencies final Judging at Cypress Gardens on Feb. 17. however all 10
other Clay County citizens interested Orange Park High School each I Job of this business of living.Clay. count for eternity and for God." believe that now they realize they cannot rule they will do
finalists will receire prizes. Additional awards will go to the
damnedest to ruin.
in detecting and reporting have a complete set of Instruments -
the fall-out level In available for use." he Let us all take a lesson from the gallant ladies of the State winner, "Miss Smile." The five who participate at the

Clay County during emerg- said.The HillBy Village Improvement Association. Let us support in public, Cypress Gardens finals will be guests of Richard D. Pope.

encies. C. D. Office reports that those who will propel us Into 1963. Then we shall be able to Judges will be nationally known personalities.

Mr. Chance also announcedthe information concerning book- MRS. J. L. STRICKLANDIt claim we are a progressive area; then our voice will be listened
THE CRESCENT'S Judges were Mrs. Richard Murrhee
basic plan for Clay County lets on fall-out may be ob- to in Tallahassee and Washington. We are headed In the right
Civil Defense radiological) mon- tained by calling the county seems there is nothing to Anyway the dog didn't .call direction. I hope no foolish gossipmill will deter our progress.It of Keystone; Mrs. E. J. S. Young, of Orange Park; and Rex

itoring. The plan divides the director at Keystone Heights I write about this week except us out to hunt possums or to must not. Smith Jr. of Green Core.

county into three equal sec- 473-4260. or by writing to P.O. the weather! Of course every- chase skunks in the rain. If he

tions. These are (1) the upper Box 126. Keystone Heights. Also one knows what and how the had. we just might have shot .......,...,...............t..............................................................................................................,................:
third of the County, Area I; instruments to determinethe weather Is. so that Isn't news! the dog! -- -- .

t (2) the middle section of Clay amount of radiation absorbed Anyway, we had a nice weekto --. -.-

County. Area n; (3) the lower by individuals may be work even to take out old James Saunders of Middle- .-.- ---

third of the County. Area m purchased from the CD. office. windows and put in fourteennew burg has been called as pastorof
sashes or seven win- Clay Hill church to finish

dows, and switch some old ones out the year. As stated before L'i' !
FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS and this old carpenter was the Rev. Clarence Knight has

right on the job when this had to resign as pastor due to
By TY TABBY guests like we never have before!
I work came up. The windowsare ill health.
President State Junior Chamberof By greeting assisting presenting
Commerce decals indicating the visitor is an all in. and ready for this IMPALA 4-Door 9-Patstnger i IMPALA 4-Door 6-Passenser

honorary: citizen In short, going bad weather we are having Among the Clay Hill folks :..,...h.h..................,.............e..,...hh.hhlh.//Ih1111.1........ ..........,..........,....."......./h1..h.1..........,H.......I...
The Florida Junior Chamber of out of our way to make our tourists again. We failed to get to who had to visit a doctor last

Commerce Is young man's civic I glad they are with us and church again Sunday due to week were Susie Padgett and

organization. Jaycee chapters are making them want to return. another very hard rain and Ella Carter who attend a clinic -

established !in 117' towns and cities The theme of the campaign is some very very hard wind. The in Jacksonville for special .

In Florida and collectively we a smiling orange quite fitting for wind was strong enough; it treatment. Both have been on !
have an active membership of our state, and we will be wearing, tore down some more of Jim's the sick list for some time. 7 :
along with many other citizens,
approximately old barn and we looked to see
honored by buttons indicating we are sales-
Jaycees are men for Florida "with a smile." dead pecan limbs chicken If this rain keeps up the pulp -
having the state president as an -.
ex-otfido member of the Florida The Jaycees of Florida realize houses and most anything on wood men will get a rest especially -
the ground Monday morning. the ones working on DEL AIR 4DoorP leadership Council of 100.from The the guidance council and has that industry tourism and is that our smiles number friend-one Still very disagreeable Monday low land. They can get there ...................................-................h..h..1h.,1...............'.-...-.,..............................'.............................:

been stimulating. to our organiza ship and kindness are necessaryto morning. but they can't get away.
tion. maintain and increase our tourist Pick your wagon, i
In cooperation with the council, trade. Additionally these efforts .
the Jaycees statewide have un- we feel will create a better pick your horses
dertaken a courtesy campaign atmosphere for all. We will be I Middleburg NotesThe I ,

program for our tourist season. grateful to n'er"OOebo joins !hi & GO Chevrolet
We will work under the direction this effort. :) Z _
Rev. Tom Qeyer. pastorof P-TA TO HAVE
of two members of the council May we request further that
the Methodist COVERED DISH SUPPERThe i Choose from 10 different 1963
who are heading the council'smassive ,I young men contact a Jaycee chapter Middleburg

courtesy campaign. Theyare j for membership. church and who has spent approximately Middleburg P-TA votedat = 4-Door 6-Paxtenyer i Chevrolet, Chevy II& Greenbrier

Byron C. Shouppe, presidentof I We believe: two weeks in the the January meeting of that .h.hh.,.,...,.................,......,...,..." .........,.,............
Southern Tours. Inc.. St. Petersburg -, That faith in Cod gives meaning Baptist Hospital is able to return organization to have a covered .i Wagons with all kinds of 4, 6 & VBi. :

who is chairman and Ben- and purpose to human life; to his home. dish supper on St. Valentine's dealer's
jamin F. Oehlert. Jr., vice presi- That the brotherhood of man i. power at your Chevrolet 's
dent of the Coca-Cola Company,I transcends the sovereignty' of nations The Rev. Tom Ryan of Doc- Day night.
tors Inlet filled the pulpit for Leon Bailey was named :
and president of Minute Maid, ; : ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
Company. Orlando who is vice That economic justice can best Reverend Geyer Sunday and chairman of the committee on : : ::
chairman. be won by free men through free the associate pastor of Lake- arrangements for the supper.
Supervising the overall campaign : enterprise; chore Methodist church actedin Our understanding is that If most station vagons strike you as just boxes :
is Fred O. Dickinson Jr.,. That government should be of that capacity the previous each family Is supposed to carry s with wheels underneath take a look at these
West Palm Beach, chairman of laws: rather than of men; Sunday. a covered dish then the food and you'll change your mind fast! five big Jet-

the council. That' earth's great treasure lies will be pooled and sold by the ; : smooth Chevrolet beauties with room for everything :
In an Jaycee towns and cities, n human personality and Although Tom Ryan Is Quitea CHEVY 11 Note 400 4-Door but the kitchen sink three lively low- :
the Jaycees: are consciously: planning That service to humanity Is favorite of all Methodists we plate. Children's plates will be -:.....................................................................'....1 II's. and Greenbrier :
cost family-size Chevy
I sold at lower price. : : ;
to welcome cur oatoftate the best work of life. a :
will be glad for Tom Geyer to
Mrs. Rebecca Simpson Brad- : Sports Wagons with up to twice the room of i
be restored to his usual health ford's again received the tro- i most of the wagons you 11 pass with that Corvair :

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY and to his charge.: phy for largest number of par- : rear-engine traction. All are built to haul more =i

.\: BYCRESCENT ents present at the meeting. ---c i and stay beautiful longer. Look them over soon! :

Miss Sandra McDonald has : -:

.,. PRESS INC. returned to Brewton-Parker :-- ..-
; Green Co.. Spring, Morli College after recuperating from MIDDLEBURG HONOR ROLL SCHOOL I :- mI 7 -:
Phone 284-3168 a virus condition which she t i
The following students have CHEVY II100 4-Door ,

contracted at school. A few been named to the Middleburg ...,......" ,." .,.,.......,......,.............,............." ...,.....,..: Keeps Going Great : .
; NATIONAL EDITORIAL days rest In her home with her School Honor Roll-
Mr. and Mrs. James E
IAS C TIi parents, Fourth Grade: Steve Barth-
McDonald with lot of Florida
ll a
LJtZJtLDUNCAN sunshine was most beneficial. boy' Sherry O"Berry. Sandra and Now-Bonanza Buys on four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom
Brown. Randy Scruggs,
t J
Kathy Schwarztrauber.

GRONER .............................. President Miss Phyllis Canova of Fifth Grade: Patricia Saint.

Shorter College took advantageof Buddy Frisbee. Allen Jefferson
Entered as second ClM Matter. July II. un. at the Post Office ROBERTS CHEVROLET
Green Core Sprint Flertde. under the Act: of March S. 1S!7. the semester break and and Micky Fountain.
Seeoa Class .. Greta C. Flm.
.tace paid at T Syria spent the past week-end with Sixth Grade: Melody Branch.

SUBSCRIPTION! RATES her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Mosley. Gary Oliver
Park Green Cove Phone 284-3033
One Year:-In advance T ..... ___ $4.00 Louie C. Canova. Jr. and Lillian Williamson. Orange and Springs "





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Clay CountyServicemen I
and Mrs. Ronald Boyetteof STORK NOTES Events Social Notes

Born to: Mr. and Mrs. John
615*2 Pine Street. Pine I
Kautz a daughter Jan. 26, WeekFeb.
Bluff Arkansas, announce the: 1963, named Ruth Elizabeth The I Mrs. Rhoda Gilbert of Irvine. Mr. and Mrs. Dave A. Llech-"

birth of a daughter. Dena Marie Kautz. weight 6 lbs, 13 oz. Wayne D. Morton, son of I Kentucky, recently visited her ty will leave for an extended .

Mr. and Mrs. Osbourne Mr: and Mrs.: Espy D. Mortonof I daughter-in-law. Mrs. Jerry trip on February 19 to the West
January 26. at Jefferson Federa-
Feb. 7 Ladies VIA. I and During Coast and possibly Hawaii.
Green Cove, Is undergoing Farley grandchildren. -
Hospital. Mrs. Boyette is the Sweat, a daughter. Jan. 27, Woman's Club Luncheon
tion 'nine weeks of basic recruit her stay Mrs. Gilbert Mrs.
former Vonceal Knowles of 1963. weight 6 lbs.. 15% oz..
meeting training at the Naval Training Farley and Mrs. Farley's mother -
this city. named Mary Ann Sweat. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Garner BPO DOES 8 pjn. ..xg Center. Great Lakes, 111. The from Georgia visited friends Duck for the week-end wa

Rainbow 7 pm. indoctrination to Navy life i' and relatives in Miami and Mrs. W. L.
a daughter, Jan. 28, 1963 Charles E. Bennett P-TA, 'I their daughter.
Coral Gables.
named Kathy Melissa Garner, 7:30 P consists of physical fitness I. Stripling and her children.

mc.ce mowing weight 6 lbs., 9% ounces. pm.CCRMC 7 drills military drills seaman- Cindy and Sheri. of Orlando.

Unit. pm. ship, basic military law, customs Mrs. Ben Pazel of Detroit, While here Mr. Stripling was

FUN Feb. 8 Clay High vs. PK and etiquette of the naTal Mich., is spending two weeksas attending a business meetingin

JUNIOR HIGH SPONSORS Yonge. home. service, swimming and survival the guest of her aunt and Jacksonville. .

i CANDY SALE Feb. 9 Clay High vs. Live .. and first aid. uncle. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. van

Oak home. j der Maaten. Before
The Green Cove Springs Feb. 11 Clay County High returningto Cindi Hester, three year old
Detroit she
to to
I plans go
Junior High School will hold a School PTSA. 8 pm. Thomas H. Parker, airman, New Orleans Phoenix, Ariz., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil

candy sale this week end in an Clay County Board County I U&N, son of Mrs. Mary Parrish and California. liam D. Hester of 1101 Pine

"'I. effort to finance school ath- Commissioners meeting. 9:00 of Green Cove, is serving! with Street has been in St. Luke's

C. letic equipment which is bad- am. Airborne Anti-Submarine-j!' Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Pat- Hospital for a week where aha

ly needed. Boys and Girls will Rotary Club, 7 pjn. fare Squadron 26, based at the underwent surgery. She is reported -
With erson are attending an annual
CUB CADET call on you selling a delicious Feb. 12 Lions Club 8pm. Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Va. meeting of the American Aca- to be improving.

DYour bargain in candies. If you are WMU, First Baptist Church. 5r4 The squadron operates from demy of Geriatlc Dentistry In
missed or want more to help the aircraft carrier USS Ran-
family will 7:30 pm. d
positively Chicago. While on this trip
fight for a chance to mow the this worthy cause call 284- Feb. 14 Keystone Heights wr dolph. Both units were part they will also visit R. H. van PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS

lawn with an International 9662. Conference Basketball. of the recent United States CHURCH
Dusen former City Manager of
Cub Cadet. Controls are so VFW. 8 pjn. quarantine forces in the Caribbean Green Cove.

easy almost anyone can driveit OES, 8 pjn. 9= f Vermont Avr.
You'll zip over lawnin x Green Core Spring;
your PHOTOS BY KOZA Green Cove Springs Jr.-Hi .a 1l Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Daly
record time up to an
P-TA. 7.30 pm. moved to Jacksonville last weekso
acre an hour with the husky HARPER PRINGLEMr.
38-in. International rotary The Hilltop Photo Studio that he would be nearer You have a
mower. Mowing i.t fun witha GCS GARDEN CLUB y c yx + and Mrs. Orns L. Pring- I Forest High School where he Special Invitation

Cub Cadet made by We will cover your RUMMAGE SALE SAT. gle of Green Cove Springs an-. teaches Spanish. to attend

the world's most experiencedtractor nounce the marriage of theira Church and Sunday School
Photographic needs for The Green Cove Springs Gail Elizabeth Gnstafson daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
maker. daughter, Bonnie Ann, to Mr. Mrs. J. J. Brock returned,
e 7 Honpew r Easy riding Portraits Weddings, Church Garden Club will sponsor a Edwin S. Gustafson of Green Cove Springs was recently Larry Harper son of Mrs. Ada last Saturday from a six: Sunday School t:U a.ra.
All from the stewardess school of National Airlines in
geartrantmiun loiy rutting Rummage Sale Saturday Feb. graduated
Harper and the late James months visit with her daugh- Preaching 11:00 a.m.
Social and FraternalAnd Miami. She is flying the coast-to-coasi routes of the Jet
8 the now
9, beginning at ajn. on
25 handy, lawn and garden Calvin Harper pf Porterdale. ters. She visited Mrs. E. J. Larsen Sunday Nite Serr. 7:00 p.m.
OccasionsFor Patio of the VIA club house. airline as a stewardess. Miss Gustafson graduated from St.
attachments availableCONVENIENT All Other in Chicago HI. and Mrs. 7:30
Ga., in Atlanta, Ga., on June Prayer )( Thurs p.m.
Johns County Day with the Class of 59. She has also attended'
TERMS 17, 1961. Victor Moore in Hamilton
Appointment Call Wesleyan College in Marion, Ga., Jones Business School and Pastor .Rev. J. G Maynor
COME INI SEE THE CUB C1D(1'rdl Ohio. After looking at so much
the Mister Davis Models Agency of Jacksonville. She has since Mrs. Harper was graduated Phone-EV D- 83O
GENE KOZA CLAY THEATRE ice and snow she was glad to
modeled for television commercials. She makes her home In from DuPont High School.
McGEE'S WELDING get back to Green Cove.
Miami. Jacksonville, Fla. and has been
Mrs. Jamie Caruthers, Mgr.
RADIATOR SHOP 2849268GREEN training at Grady Memorial

GCS Won. thru Fri. one show only Hospital. Ga.. for the past two
COVE SPRINGS Box office opens 7:15 p.m. years.
I Feature Begins 7:45 p.m. Mr. Harper was graduated Viviane Woodard's ne', CLEAR FUTURE for
By Ben ScarboroughThe I The Hibiscus Circle of the
I Sat.-Sun.. 2 p.m. continuous from Atlanta High School and young ladies; CLEAR FUTURE for young men,
Green Cove
Springs Garden is employed bjr Atlanta Gas
Blue Devils
Clay High
Itixirious MASQUE de la BIER for that lovely
sponsored a dinner at the
r and Light Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Thurs., Fri. Feb. 7, 8 won one out of two this week,
Junior High School last Satur- pampered complexion. Also fabulous NEW LIP

E Z WAY LAUNDRY & GLEANERS NO MAN IS AN ISLAND "hey defeated Santa Fe, 53-44, day night to start raising funds 1350 They Benning are now Place residing Apt. at 2, SATIX for petal soft lips.

Jeffery Hunter and lost to Fernandina Beach, for the project they have un-

5751. Both were very disputed dertaken in landscaping the Atlanta Ga. KATHLEEN DYSON BAYER
Phone 284-6041
Sat. Feb. 9 games when the coaches of barren grounds of Clay High Viviane "Woodard Consultant

both teams quarreled with the School in an effort to make P-TSA OF CLAY HIGH
I referees on many occasions. Green Cove more attractive. TO MEET MONDAYThe

also The thirteen members of this
SAM-GPM PARIS PLAYBOYS In the Fernandina Beachgame Circle P-TSA of Clay High
helped donations
were by
Devils had four
the Blue
School will hold its monthly
Bowery Boys from the following businesses:
1 Magnolia Street Green Cove Springs men in the double figures.They. Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., .J.. meeting on Monday evening at
Clark 19, Danny
were Tommy o'clock In the school cafe-
Sun., Mon., Tues. *: Wed. Parker. 18. Bob Bradley. 10. K. Kirkland mgr.; Foremost

Feb. 10-13 and George Weeks, 10. For the Dairies; Food Fair Food Stores, torium. o.s :.

THE VIKINGS winners. Charles Corbett sank Joe Linares mgr.; Gustafson's Miss Eloise McBee Home Economics ..

Dairy. Inc. Red & White Gro- director will present s
CANARY INN RESTAURANTOwned Kirk Douglas 18 and Ralph Bennett, 12. ; .,
cery, D. C. "Doc" Turner; ten of her students in a fash- t d1
TRAPEZE Bob Bradley paced the Blue
( and Operated bH.. Lindsey) Winn-Dixie Food Stores, De- ion show.
Burt Lancaster Devils in the Santa Fe game THANK
ward Priest mgr. ,. Perry Norwood and Richard
IS NOW with 17 points, while Tommy
Mrs. J. W. Cameron, president Greene, Industrial Art Instructors -
Thnrs., Fri. Sai.-Feb. 14-16 Clark with 14 and George
I of the Hibiscus Circle reports and their students will
REOPENEDSpecializing LADY AND THE TRAMP Week with 10. helped. For the that it will take, time and demonstrate some of the Industrial = YOU
I Santa Fe Rebels. Tim Stephen
andALIOST hard work to raise the funds arts and woodworking -
with 16 points led the scoring
in Fine Foods ANGELS necessary for this project but projects.It .
while Larry Paulson sank
that the women who are working GREEN
promises to an extremely -
untiringly toward their interesting program
FebruaryA In the "B" team tilt. Rob-
HOURS-Monday thru Friday-8 AJVI. 8 P.M. goal believe that the appear- which all parents will want to
Closed Saturday Very Private Affair ert Ffchorn led the team with I ance of the public buildings ina see. : COVE
I an amazing 26 points to win t+
Open Sunday until 2 P.M. Imitation of Life community speak louder
the Santa Fe "B" team.
Jet. Hwy. 1ft & 17 Careen Core Springs Butterfield 8Sir The final score was 5234. than words to passers by of CHURCH NOTICE SPRINGS !
the public spirit of any com-
Phone S4SLStt : Hobbo Takes a Vacation However, they lost the Fernan munity.

dina Beach: game. 37-23. The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

t high-point men in that game SOCIETYCor.

were Robert Sweat with 12 and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
E. Houston St- A 1
Robert Eichorn with 10. REVIVAL IN PROGRESSA N. Magnolia Ave

Geiger's cordial Invitation is extended GREEN COVE SPRINGSFLORIDA 1 0

OES ELECTS OFFICERS to everyone to attend

the Revival services, now in BOARD OF '
The Green Cove Springs Services held Sundayat
Semi ..AJ1nualCLEARANCE progress at the First Baptist 11 DIRECTORSJoseph
Chapter No. 45 of the Orderof a.m. 0
Churich. The service will con-
Eastern Star met last Subject "SPIRIT"February Adeeb, Sr.PrrnldfHt .
tinue through Sunday night.
Thursday.The firfrm Turtle ,
Feb. 10. This Revival is unusual 10 .nd !Sea Turtlefte.tauvsat.
following officers were .
SALEBEGINS in that we have secured
elected for the coming year: three outstanding men of God A cordial invitation Is extended A. M. Crabtree. Jr. sAtt.raer

Mrs. Pauline Crossley worthy to attend our service At Law
from the state of North Carolina -
matron; Thad Crossley, wor- Walter R. Crabtree '
to preach in the meeting.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 thy patron; Mrs. Alma Miller Prrutdfmt.
The Rev. C. C.
speakers are V*alter ft. Crabtrrr c..
associate matron: Graham Se- Vaughn, Rev. Sherman Young COMPLETESEPTIC Joseph C. Gill

leek associate patron; Mrs and Rev. Don Austin. Come Pi-evident. The Oee_

Ethel Kniyht, secretary; Mrs. and receive the blessing God TANK State! But .

LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS SWEATERS Y2 offLADIES Betty Rowells. treasurer conductress ; Mrs. has for you! B. Ernest Griffin

Eleanor rltcBimmons: Pre.ldrat
SERVICE "a.A.ep, I... t .
; Mrs. Mary Ellyn Sclict:,
associate conductress, and MRS. ACUFF DIES I II Norman J. Harrison
I A" .-- .. ....,
k GIRLS Horace Kniyht, sentinel. Mrs. Robert Morris of East Cleanouts Aw.rtea. Heritage LifeI..ara..e ,

SKIRTS, BLOUSES. CAPRI PANTS, PEDAL PUSHERS Installation of these officers Holly Point Road, wa called to Repairs C mmmmr

t will be held at an open meeting Miami last week following the Frank R. Keasler

on Saturday. February 16 death of her mother Mrs. Josephine S InstallationsORANGE Pre.ldeat Aasiataat. Pc t.fe..f.ut tie

Y3 off at I o'clock. The puplie is In- Acuff. on January 22 PARK Iasarasce Cery

Titd. in Miami. 264-6171 B. X. Nlmnleht

i Pmrtmrr. nlrenld i

2843860STARKE Louis II. BitterC..a.bdser
Hear of

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and Mrs. Gerald B. also here for the funeral, and
REPAIR SHOP Another Teenagers' Rec-
The WeekOrange Johnson of Red Fox Road are Mrs. Stoltz remains here for a
Frank Feccio ord Hop, sponsored by the
the proud parents of. a daughter long visit.Daphne.
Orange Lions is sched-
Expert Shoe RepairingDying
Sharon Elizabeth
All Leather and Fabric Shoes Orange Park High School Sci- uled for this Saturday eve-
January 17 at St. Vincent'sHospital. Joines was honoredon
ence Fair Open to the ning from 8 to 12 o'clock at
-All Kinds of Leather Work"
The baby who weighed her birthday with a "Sweet
1 public on Friday, Feb. 8. 1 to the Lions ClubChairman .
1712 Highway 17 Orange Park x 6 Ibs., 12 oz. at,birth is the Sixteen" Dance at the Orange
8 and Saturday, Feb 9, s
pm. Ray Bradley
sixth child for the Johnsons. Park Lions Club last Saturday
9 ajn. to 1 p.m. announces that Big Ape disc
eve n 1 n g. The semi-formal

Teenagers Record Hop with Postman Walter Gorski's dance attended by 40 young jockey Jack Mott will againbe

COTNEY TIRE SERVICE WAPE -Saturday Feb. 9, brother. Bill Gorski of Boston. people was given by her parents spinning the platters for
8 to 12 pjn. at the Orange week's Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Joins an interesting variety of the
Pictured above from left to right are: Glenn Gourley, Mass., is here for a latest dances. All teenagers
Park Lions Club. and her aunt and uncle, Mr.
Tire installed Commodore of the Orange Park Boat Club; visit. He and Walt have been
Smallest Size
Recapping from to Largest newly and Mrs. John Nelson. in the area, from the ages
Orange Park Lions Ladies Mrs. J. C. Horton, chairman of the Club's Auxiliary; and installing enjoying a lot of fishing at of 13 to 19. are invited to
Dist. Miller Tires-Autolite Batteries Monday Feb. 11, at 7 Crescent Lake and Lake
pjn. officer William Hatcher Past Commodore of the join in the fun. Donationfor
When Mrs. Anna Allen died
Cor. Park and King Jacksonville, Fla.EV Night Dinner at the Lions Green Cove Springs Boat Club. George. admission is SOc. If you
on January 21 at the age of 96.
Club. have any questions call Mr.
9-3027 nr EV 4-6491 Installed Mrs. James LeFebvre, daughter Orange Park lost a long-time
Glenn Bradley at CO 49545.
Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo. Gourley Newly resident. She is survived by her
of Mr. and Mrs. Horace
ANDORANGE 267 Monday, Feb. 11, : daughter, Mrs. Hazel Morrison,

PARK at 8 pjn* at the Masonic Commodore of OP Boat Club I McElroy returned of to Plainfield Orange Park Ave.,with has and a grandson. George Mor-]I Need a slightly used gnilUtine
,her daughters. Savannah and rison both of Orange Park. Check Our Classified Section.

Orange Park Civitans Tuesday Glen Gourley was installedas could; not be present, he was I Julie. They will be living here
Feb. 12, at 7 atCharlie's
pm. I Commodore of the Orange represented by his brother, in Orange Park while Com-
WITH THIS AD ONLY Robert Belyea.Mr. mander LeFebvre is stationedat
,Park Boat Club at a dinner
Orange Park Area Jaycees -' Hatcher also installedthe New London Conn., with
$5,00 WATCH REPAIRED $5,01 Tuesday, Feb. 12. at 8 pjn. held last Thursday evening at officers of the Orange Park the Navy.

at the Town Hall. the Beach Road Chicken Din- Boat Club Auxiliary: Chairman. INSURANCE APPRAISALS
Total INCLUDES Total
Orange Park Elementary P-TA Mrs. J. C. Horton Vice Chair-
Cleaning Oiling Regulating Case Polished ner Restaurant Fred Osswald. son of Mrs.
Tuesday, at 8 officerwas man. Mrs. Harry Horton. and
Electronic Timed Band PolishedAll Febr12{ Serving as installing Wilbert Rea returned here
Movement Parts FurnishedDial the school auditorium. William Hatcher, Past Secretary-treasurer, Mrs. James from Hawaii to be with his Frank W. Brown _

Orange Park Presbyterian Commodore of the Green Cove Reid. mother during her recent be-
and Associates .
Refinishing New Hands FittedAt Women's Day Circle Wednesday Springs Boat Club. Other officers reavement. He has taken over

Reasonable Additional Charges Feb. 13. at 9:45am.. taking office were: Vice COUNTRY GARDEN the operation of the family 1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone

Crystals Replaced-Case Repaired-Band Repairs at the home of Mrs. J. V. Commodore Harvey Belyea. CLUB MEETS business. Mrs. Rea's sister and .Orange Park CO 4-9504

Harper. Rear Commodore "Pete" Her- her family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred -
& The Country Garden Club ofDoctor's
Chronographs Special Models Slightly Higher
Orange Park High School P-FA zer. and Secretary-treasurer Stoltz and daughter, Val-
Inlet-Middleburg. held
Mail Order Service Thursday. Feb. 14, at 8 Eulie Bennett. Since Mr. Belyea its regular meeting recently at erie of Baton Rouge. La., were:

DOUGLAS O. T lOW ELL pjn. at the school cafetor- the home of Mrs. L. B. Huntleyof
Science FairOpel1ing Doctor's Inlet Airs. John W. Dr. Albert M. Malaterre
WATCHMAKER JEWELER Lions Club Valentine's Dance Huntley and :Mrs. Charles C. family of Wilbert Rea

1926 Highway 17' Orange Park, Florida P.O. Box 583 Saturday. Feb. 16. from 9'' Hisler were co-hostesses of this acknowledges with grateful ap- Chiropractic Physician

Next to Orange Park 5 & 10 Phone CO 4-9377 pm. to 1 am. at the Lions Set meeting.Mrs. preciation the kind expressionsof

Club. sympathy and the lovely
John J. Johnson reported -
on the Arbor Day program flowers sent by their many announces the opening of his

For TomorrowA and planting at the Orange friends.They wish to thank especially New Offices

Park High School. Ihe mem- the Rev. Don Nichols,I
science fair, to be held bers of the club voted to write the Helm Funeral Home of 1632 Hwy. 17' N. Orange Park Fla
"Where The Better"
Best Is We Collect tomorrow and Saturday will be
the Board of County Commis- Green Cove Springs the PHONE: 264-9587
sponsored by the newly organ-
Electric sioners requesting that a notice Orange Park Police Department -
QNLYBEST ized Orange Park High School be placed in the paper des- and the Clay CountySheriffs By Appointment
of the Florida Junior
and chapter .
ginating official garbage dumpsin Department.wife
Academy of Science. the County. Pauline Rea HOURS: Monday "Wednesday Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

TelephoneBills The fair, to the public Closed &
open The door prize was won by children. Arlene and Thursday Saturday Afternoons
YOUR will be open from 1 until 8 Mrs. H. M. Peterson. Fred Osswald
o'clock tomorrow. It will be

NEEDS open again on Saturday from

9 to 1 o'clock.
Exhibits will be the work of TMnkTivice,


Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE Mrs. Ethel Hawkins faculty
sponsor says that the local '

science chapter has received a LSABHE

congratulatory letter from Mrs.

1922 Highway 17 PhOl? 564-6831 Orange Park Louise Ash state director. The
Orange Park chapter, the larg-

est in Florida has 94 members.
All are required to be actively ADD UP THE VMS(

engaged in science projects. You're probably paying therice
Luminous Interiors. 307 dee-
The two chapter's divisionsare p of a LeSabre' by orator trims durable

: The senior division with /A 1 F BuicJc-tchy not own one? Thrust fabric engineering Exclusive Arrow,

Jack Griffith as faculty assist / lcjbr 2-door sedan shown b low-J2861* straight tracking Wildcat 401
ant. Officers are Sam Mahoney rJ////r ........................s.u-w.....Pru" V 8 Action* + Substantial Surging ricked.TurbineDnv :
Corn Fed Beef / F.J1cIIIIL tin* liSMr, *2-Oooc,id"' Front and rear floor "mountain"
Spivey. r d of E T'
president; Wayne o.-y ,.;,,,; Ourt) tfckvro. gone aiL roomy trunk.
Marcia Casey / SM **4 tta':... aaru.d Offend 4...mlBuick
I vice president; phonal i.O..p nnnt. ...
ri I
secretary, and Bob Cassidy,

'" treasurer. Robert Rupp Is faculty SavingsBe GJilI
assistant for the junior
U.S. PRIME U.S. CHOICE and U.S. GOOD division which has chosen Fun
Walter King as president;

Carlton Stanislawski, vice president
Halves and Quarters at WHOLESALECut Cheri Kough secretary; R7L Improved carburetion for better
; gas mileage in '63 IS wheels
ind Mike Davis treasurer. stretch tire life $ Finned aluminum _
front brakes-/linings last
Wrapped and Pre-Frozen for Home Freezers if Desired Heading the panel of Judgesor longest 9 Buick's high quality
.J is Bob Cassidy. J. engineering cuts upkeep costs
the fair alumimzed i muffler %
2. Joines is in charge of pro-

ject placing. Winners of the
school's science fair will be resale

eligible to enter projects in the RECORD NUMBERS SHARING BUICK SUCCESS! _r value flying high

Huntley Bros. Food CenterORANGE Clay County Science Fair set YOUR CAR IS WORTH MORE NOW IN TRADE THAN :_ Example:e I960 LeSabre 4-door
for Feb. 21 and 22 In Green hardtop retains en .".,.,. of
$256 more of its original I cost today
Cove. IT EVER WILL BE AGAIN. y then did e comparable 1958
model sold In I960* Today
PARK Phone 2616921The :! DONT DELAY! BE MONEY AHEAD! TRADE NOW! quality Buick 'tonf er|
U. S. POST OFFICE i ) es.-a:firs CIMI wa. ..'.tai uu

Park's brand new
Orange Wide chok of tuii size LeSabrt models:Wigons.Convertible,2-and 4-4oor Hardtops and Sedws
United States Post Office op-

ened its doors for business for

f the first time on the morning :

of February 1, with PostmasterA.

Bank of Orange Park proudly.. T. Drinkwater beaming Ir_

Young Jo Dean Card was

waiting in line to be the first

one to buy a stamp at the new

: Post Office. All day long, there 4
: y : was a steady stream of regular
v customers and local residents
e .
a who came just to admire the

lovely new building. Many post ?t-t

office box holders had difficulty -

getting accustomed to their -
ENJOY'PEACE OF MIND new box combination locks

f which were a bit stiff in op JT
eration. It will be a good while

t RENT A. SAFE DEPOSIT BOX before everyone can memorize
I their new numbers after so .

many years with the old ones.
NEW BANKING HOURS AS OF MARCH 1st The new Post Office built

Monday Thursday 9:80 jum. 1:3O pan. by the Jacksonville Ornamental

Friday -. 9:30 a.m. to '::00 p.m. Ironworks Company, with construction -

"'- :.- Closed Saturdays '. under the supervi- -LeSabreWBUICK
., \ DRn"ELltTL DOW ;; '.-: .. sion of Robert Belyea of
.- Orange Park is a beautiful
Mon. Thuri. 9:80 4:00 pan.
structure of which Orange
Friday 9:80.7:00 p.m. .
r' '._ ,. Park residents can be rightly

.. '" proud. A formal dedication of
; #' Complete Confidential 'Courteous, .. the building will take place at Check !
the end of March. The Orange Extra values in Double fuse cars, tool.

:" Banking Service Park: Lions Club next -door

;. neighbors to the Post Office See authorized quality Buick Dealer todayl! ..
: Member'of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation your
is In charge of arrangements
.. _.,;f;
lor the dedication.




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FEBRUARY ':'. 1063 _ _


Shop Clay County For I

F AND FOR CLAY COUNTY.IN In re: Estate of WALTER E. No. 489 The guest preacher at the mary of the comparative cost

J CHANCERY SPENCER. SR.. deceased. IN RE: ESTATE OF Penney Memorial Church last figures between the year Just

CASE NO. 3557 EDWIN H. BROWN.Deceased Sunday was the Rev. TheodoreH. closed and the preceding year,

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Runyon. Jr, of Atlanta. Ga.. covering expenses and Income

PROCEEDINGS All Creditors and Persons FINAL NOTICE son of Rev. and Mrs. Theodore In the Cottage Apartments

having Claims or Demands of the Quadrangle Apartments Cafe.
against said Estate: Memorial Home Community.The teria. Laundry Medical Administration
a Corporation You and each of you are I that the undersigned on and Contributions
PlaintiffVs. I the twenty-first day of Janu
hereby notified and required ; also how the Association
present any claims and demands ary. A. D. 1963 filed a final Annual Meeting of the
stands with respect to unusigned -
MOTELS GUY STERLING KILLERS which you may have accounting of its administration Memorial H 0 m e Community'
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS vacant apartments and
i and against the Estate of Walter E. of the estate of Edwin H. Association was held In the cottages. and the model Apartment -

MARY VIRGINIA KILLERS Spencer. Sr., deceased late of Brown. Deceased and notice is Penney Memorial Church at
MARINA MOTELAPTS. which Is being constructed.
Defendants, that after publication 7:30 on Monday: Feb. 4.
ABC TV INLET MARINA Clay County. Florida, to the further given p.m. Mr. Wright also outlineda

FOR RENT THE STATE OF FLORIDATO County Judge of Clay County of this notice, once eachweek The meeting was called to order proposal for a suitable memorial .

Hwy 17 Orange I'ark : i Florida, at his office In the for four consecutive by Rev. Clarence Miller presi
RALPH F. MILBERGER I for Dr. Paul W. Harrison
STORAGE-WET & DRY By Week or MonthU. GUY STERLING HILLERS- Courthouse of said County at weeks, application will be madeto dent. Mrs. Harry Sutton led In to be known as the Paul W.

REFRIGERATIONAND CROSBY BOATS S. 17 North RESIDENCE UNKNOWN Green Cove Springs, Florida the Honorable Thomas J. prayer. Harrison Laboratory Memorial

EE-ZY TRAILERS MARY VIRGINIA HILLERS- within six calendar months Rivers. County Judge of Clay Rev. Frank M. Gracey. secretary to be arranged In connection

AIR CONDITIONING MERCURY ENGINES: PHONE 284-3605 RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU from the time of the first pub- County. Florida, for the approval ,,read the minutes of the with our Mary M. Olin Clinic.

Service ARE HEREBY NOTI- lication of this notice. Each of said accounting and December meeting, also the The report of the Nominating -
SALES & SERVICE FIED that a Complaint to fore- claim or demand shall be In for final discharge of the un- minutes of the Executive committee Committee was given by

AUTHORIZED "FEDDERS"8alN Close a certain mortgage on the writing. shall be In duplicate dersigned as executor of said meeting held Feb. 1. The Rev. Alfred G. Hempstead.

.A Service CO 4-0835 following described real prop- I of residence ;
the -
shall state place estate. minutes were duly approved chairman. There being no

Rome Phone S84-078O erty located in Clay County, and post office addressof THE BARNETT NATIONAL with one correction.Mr. further nominations from the

Business Phone, 284-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN All Legal Beverages Florida to-wit: the claimant shall be swornto BANK OP JACKSONVILLE. J. M. Rice treasurer floor motion was seconded and

Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. Lot 31 in the Southwest by the claimant his; agent or as executor of the estate of I gave his report which had been passed that the secretary'

E. REEDBookkeeping Duval Cornty Line Quarter (8W%) of the attorney, and shall be accompanied Edwin H. Brown. Deceased. audited and approved. He also should cast a ballot for the

Southeast Quarter (SE%) of by the one dollar filing By SAM M. CONOLY gave the budget for the coming following persons listed by the

AGIN'SRefrigeration, North of Orange Park Section 8. Township 6 South. fee required by law, and any Vice President and Senior year. committee to serve the Memorial -

and Tax Service PIANO SERVICE Range 26 East, Clay' County', such claim or demand not so Trust Officer Encouraging and Interesting Home Community as

And Air St. Florida. filed shall be voids First published on. Jan. 24, reports were presented from Officers for the ensuing year:
LxcL$ ; has been filed against you. and Anderson Spencer
ConditioningSERVICE / / Eunice 1963. the following committees Paul L. Johnson president;

4kI' Phone 284-6721 GEORGE WEEKS you are required to serve a copy As Executrix of the Last Will Jan. 24. 31. Feb. 7, 14, 1963 Amplifier. Garden, Library. A. S. Barrows vice president;
fIANO SERVICE of answer or pleading to Codicilof
Testament and Social
your and Literary, Recreation
Green Core Springs Mrs. M. O. Robblns. secretary;
the said Complaint upon Plain- Walter E. Spencer, Sr..
Sales Tuning Repairing LEGAL NOTICE Welfare and Safety. Historian J. M. Rice. treasurer; Miss
Chrjsler tiffs attorney. T. J. JENNINGS.JR. deceased.Jan. Audio-Visual. Crescent Reporter -
Authorized Philco CABINET WORK PHONE 284-327S ., P.O. Box 372 Green Cove 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21. 1963 Transportation Sunday Edna Burkharat
Service Box 50 Rlbernia Rt.
Florida and file the
Springs Hymn Sing Cemetery, Direc-
Day Ph. 284-3680 LINSLEY WOODWORKS Green Cove Springs original answer or pleading in LEGAL NOTICEIN tors, and Mary M. Olin Clinic.

Night 284-3402 Custom Cabinetry the office of the Clerk of the Sec. 194.16, F.S. Carroll M. Wright. residentdirector LAURA M. FRANZ

S. Palmetto Office, Bar ar.d Store Fixtures REAL ESTATE Circuit Court of Clay County. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN gave a general sum- Miss Laura M. Franz 79. a

Cabinets Bldg. Hardware Florida on or before the 18th COUNTY FLORIDAIn that Frank P. Cowart, the resident of Memorial Home
Green Cove
Plywood Plastic Laminates CLARENCE B. LAZETTE day of February AD. 1963 or a Chancery holder of the following certificates LEGAL NOTICE Community. Penney Farms for

Phone Bns. 284-3223 Liscensed Broker in decree pro confesso will be en- LEONA YOUNG. Plaintiff has filed said certificatesfor eleven years died in the Mary

DIRTCHERRY This notice a tax deed to be Issued Jan. 26 after
FILL Res. 281-3803 tered against you. Olin Clinic on a
t Phone
shall be published once each thereon. The certificate num- brief illness. Miss Franz wu
Highway Since 1037 week for four consecutive weeksin DefendantNO. bers and years of Issuance, the born in Cincinnati and attended
Homes Farms Acreage the Clay County Crescent of 3535 description of the property and FLORIDA IN AND FOR the Missionary Training
Green Cove Springs Florida. the names in which it was assessed School there. She was ordainedas
DragLine Dump 11 W. St Ph. 2844323UPHOLSTERERS
APPLIANCES WITNESS my hand and the FLORIDATO are as follows: a deaconess and for some
LIGHT DOZIER WORK seal of said Court at Green Certificate No. 46 time served as secretary to the

CLEAN FILL DIRT Jim Carter Appliance : Cove Springs. Florida this 15th : Year of Issuance May 31. 1957 No. 3566 pastor of the Norwood Presbyterian '-
P. ,
Shell Clay Service, Inc. day of January AD. 1963. Description of Property: Part of Church of which hs
33 U. S. Naval
A. F. BakerRefrigeration Navy No. Plaintiff
PROMPT DELIVERY Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Deed Book 88 Page 295. Section After coming to Memorial
& 1400 W. Idlewlld Ave., % Fleet Post Office vs.GLENN.
Clay County, Florida. 30 Township 8 Range 24 E. Home Community from Cincinnati
Courteous Service Phone 28435OSGreen New York, New York L. BOHANNON and
i Air Conditioning Service Jan. 17. 24. 31. Feb. 7 Names in which assessed: Alfred she was active in the
Phone CO 4-6311 Cove SpringsSeat HARRD2TTE BOHANNON
Domin. and at the time
Sunday School
also all that a suit has been filed his wife
Res. CO Panels
Covers LEGAL NOTICE All of said property being in of her death was secretary of

W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, Major Appliance Repairs Auto TopsUpholstery against you in the above entitled the County of Clay, State of Defendants. the benevolence committee of
cause and you are hereby I NOTICE OF SUIT
General Mgr. Washers. Dryers S Lining Notice. is hereby' given that the Florida. I the church. She had also
required to serve upon plain- THE STATE OF FLORIDATO
Doctors Inlet, Fla Phone 2813512Miscellaneous Sofas Chairs Clay County Zoning Commission Unless such certificate or I served. as MHC reporter for
tiff's attorney whose name and : HARRIETTS BOHANNONwhose
Cushions will hold a Public Hearing certificates shall be redeemed THE CRESCENT.The .
I on Thursday February 21. address appear hereon, your I according to law the property residence is unknown memorial service was

Income Tax Service 1963. at 8:00 o'clock p.m., in written defenses if any, to the described in such certificate or YOU ARE HEREBY RE- held in the Penney Memorial
I I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I II Iror bill of complaint in said suit QUIRED to file your answer or
18 Years Experience the County Commission Chambers copy of which Is delivered to certificates will be sold to the written defenses. If any In the Church on Monday afternoon
of the Clay County Courthouse highest bidder at the court with the Rev. C. M. Ackerman
Short Forms-$2.00 you herewith on or before Feb- above proceeding with the
Green Cove Springs court house door on the first Officiating with Mrs. T. 8.
18. AD. 1963. Clerk of this Court and to
I Long Forms-$5.00 up Florida for the purpose of ruary Monday in Month of March. Cleaver at the organ.
I Herein fall not or decree pro thereof thePlaintiff's
RentFOR Reasonable Rates for Business. hearing objections. If any, to 1963, which Is the :4th day of serve a copy upon One brother. Mr. Herbert
confesso will be entered against attorney whose
i Real Estate Rentals. Etc. rezoning the following described March. 1963. Franz of Cincinnati, survives.
for the relief prayed in the
and address
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom'TV SERVICE, Anytime Don EEMLINGEK property, from its pres- you Dated this 5th day of February name appears Interment will be In Cincinnati. -
PAUL bill of complaint.THE hereon on or before the 11th
bouse, newly painted inside and Woollard. Phone 284-9315. ent Agriculture Zone to Inter- 1963. .
8645 Roosevelt Blvd. NATURE OF SAID SUIT of 1963.
day March.
out, reasonable, large yard, appliances Qtfe mediate Business (BA Zone): George L. Carlisle
furnished. Call Penney Orange Park A parcel of land in Sections. BEING FOR DIVORCE Clerk of Circuit Court of The nature of this proceeding -
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- WITNESS My hand and the being a suit for foreclosureon LEGAL NOTICE
& 7 4 Florida
Farms, 5298211. 20tfc CAREY'S TRADING POST 6 Township South Clay County.
mowers. $15.00 and up, McGee's seal of said Court at Green a mortgage on the following i
Range 26 East and Sections Feb. 7. 14, 21, 28, 1963 .
ORANGE PARK Radiator & Welding 520 N. WE BUY SELL TRADE 1 and 12, Township 4 South Cove Springs. Florida this described real property lying IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

Orange Ave., Phone 284-3163. Three locations: Range 25 East. described as: 10th day of January AD. and being in Clay County Florida CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIn
7tfe S 15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 284-3280 Begin at the intersection of 1963. to-wIt:
17, 20x50, proven area. Phone GEORGE L. CARLISLE, Beginning In the NE comer RUTH J. FEIGEL
old the North line of Spencer'sRoad APPLICATION
17tfe FINE HOUSESIf Warehouse & antiques NOTICE OF
1 CO 4.6300.Vatker.. Clerk Circuit OCT.ft of the North one-half (N%) Plaintiffvs.
with the West line of
have lot will build Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. FOR TAX DEED
you a we Carlisle .
By Grace M. of Government lot 4, lying
State Road No. 21 said Intersection
FISHER MqTEL 411 Ferris your home on monthly pay- "BIG TOP" tent BlandingBlvd. bearing ,South 05 Deputy Clerk Sec. 194.16 F.S. West of Sand Clay Road, HUGH B. FEIGLE. JR.,

)i St. Open under new manage .ments, either hell complete In At Ridgewood degrees 02 minutes West FREDERICK H. LENCZYK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN known as the Green Cove DefendantNO.

ment. Apartments rooms either frame of CBS-Write Furniture & appliances at 1120.15 feet from the inter- Attorney for Plaintiff that Frank P. Cowart, the Springs and Falatka Old 3564

day, week or month. Lights and Box W, Clay County Crescent. bargain pricaa Stf section of said west line with Address: holder of the following certificates Road as recorded In Deed NOTICE OF SUIT

I water furnished. Phone 281- DOGS BOARDED-home care the West line of said Section 921 Florida Title Building has filed said certificatesfor Book No. 19 at page 453. except THE STATE OP FLORIDATO -

((1 3553 or 284-9233. 17tfe day week or month. Rodlyn RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo 7. thence run on the North Jacksonville Florida a tax deed to be Issued parts recorded in Deed : HUGH B. PEIGLE JR.

Kennels. 281-3973. 7-4e take over Watkins Route in line of Spencer's Road North Jan. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 1963 thereon. The certificate: num- Book No. 34 page 124, Deed 416 Sixth Street

FOR RENT 2 houses, furnished Green Cove Springs. Good for 57 degrees 26 minutes 10 seconds bers and years of Issuance, the Book No. 75. page 268. Deed Racine Wisconsin

one 1 Mr. and one 2 SMALL EQUIPMENT up to $65 weekly to start. No I West to a point 650 LEGAL NOTICE description of the property, and Book No. 45 at page 377 and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -

bdr., extra nice, freshly painted FOR RENT investment. Set your own feet from the centerline of the names In which it was assessed Deed Book No. 88 at page 53. that a suit has been filed

inside and out phone 529- You name it. We have it hours. Permanent opportunity State Road No. 21 as meas- NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR are as follows: public records of Clay County against you in the above entitled

5291, Penney Farms. 31tfe Ale Gee's Radiator & Welding Full or part time. Write C. R. ured perpendicular to said TAX DEED Certificate No. 84 Florida. All lying and being cause and you are hereby

520 N. Orange. Phone 284-3163 Ruble, Dept. F-I, P. O. Box centerline. thence Northerlyand 194.16 F.S. Year of Issuance: May 31, 1955 in Government Lot 4. required to serve upon plain

For Sale Real EstateFOR 7tfc 2447, Memphis 2, Tenn. 7-2 parallel with said centerline Sec. ,, Description of Property: Lot 5 Section 2, Township 7 SOuth tiff's attorney whose name and
minus Blk. 6A Fleming Island Estates Range 26, East Clay' County address appear hereon. your
SEWING Expert Seamstress 6100 feet plus or :
LOST White Persian cat, 7 that Frank P. Cowart the
SALE house and lot, 3 Coats, Dresses Draperies. affectionate to a point of the South Name In which assessed: Thel- Florida. Running in a Southerly written defenses if any. to the
old. 10 lb&, the following certifi-
months holder of
baths terano ma Hinely direction along the Sand bill of complaint in said suit,
bedrooms, 2 Curtains. Phone 284-3159. tfc line of Government Lot 1. of
floors at Pleasant Point. Call $5 reward .call said Section 6, said point being cates has filed said certificatesfor All of said property being In Clay Road. known as the copy of which is delivered to
10..Jpi i SITUATION WANTED Harris, across street from hos a tax deed to be Issued the County of Clay State of
2&t.3962. 650 feet from the center- Green Cove Springs and Pa- you herewith. on or before-
7p The certificate
pita line of State Road 21, as thereon. Florida. latka Old Road a distance of March 4. A. D. 1963.
for AVAILABLE: Public stenographer and of issuance: the
HOUSE ON LARGE LOT measured perpindlcular to years Unless such certificate or 150 feet thence In a Westerly Herein fall not or decree pro
schools, nice neigh and Notary Public JONES & HALL NURSERYNow description of the property and certificates shall be redeemed
sale near said centerline. thence on the direction 100 feet thencein conf esso will be entered against

borhood. 2 bdrm. CB. Call 284- Mrs. Jack Saam Spruce&St 10 Open 7 Days A Week South line of said lot North the names In which It was assessed according to law the property a Northerly direction 150 you for the relief prayed in the
call 284-9370 between 8
9679 lOtfc 24tfc Come Out Browse AroundSee 89 degrees 42 minutes 10 sec are as follows: described In such certificate or feet: thence in a Easterly direction bill of complaint.THE .
a.m.. Mon. thru Sat. Certificate No. 158
certificates will be sold to thehighest
Our Stock onds East to the centerlineof a distance: of 100 feet NATURE OF SAID SUIT
FOR SALE MOTHER'S helper live in. ref 13 South of New State Road No. 21. thence Year of Issuance: May 31, 1954 bidder at the court to the point of beginning. BEING FOR DIVORCE

erences. $18.00 week, 1 day off. Highway Southerly on said centerline Description of Property:Part of court house door on the first Said lot being 100 z 150 feet. WITNESS my hand and the
at Collecove
turn right
FOR SALE Complete Home Have small children. Reply Bridge, 6530 feet .plus or minus. Lot 2 as Recorded In Deed Monday in Month of March. DONE and ORDERED at seal of said Court at Green

Movie outfit, consists of movie 2735 Red Fox Road, Orange Store, follow signs. thence North 57 degrees 25 Book No. 47 Page 535 Orange 1963 which is the 4th day of Green Cove Springs Clay Cove Springs, Florida, this

camera S mm projector screen. Park. phone CO 49989. 7e minutes 10 seconds West to .Park. Section 8. 'March 1963. County Florida' this 6th day 25th day of January A. O.
lights. Name in which assessed: W. J I Dated this 5th of Feb
and flood day
film splicer LEGAL NOTICE the Point of Beginning. of February 1953.GEORGE 1963.

: $150. Phone 284-3208 7p INSTRUCTIONSMEN Also a part of said Section 6 GomeL ruary. 1963. L. CARLISLE GEORGE L. CARLISLE

AND WOMEN NEEDED NOTICETo described as begin at the Intersection All of said property being In George L. Carlisle CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Clerk Circuit Court

ONE SLIGHTLY used guillotine WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo whom it may concern: Iwill of the centerlineof the County of Clay, State of Clerk of Circuit Court of By': Grace M. CarUsleDepUt1' By Grace M. Carlisle

overall height 7 feet 6 in. experience necessary, gram- not be responsible for any State Road No. 21, with Florida. Clay County Florida Clerk Deputy Clerk

Blade weighs 35 Ibs. very sharp mar school education usually bills contracted by my wife on the South line of Govern- Unless such certificate, or Feb. 7, 14. 21. 28, 1963 Hobbs .t Whlgham ERNEST: J. JACOBS

call 284-6811 or 284-9465 for sufficient. Train now at home or after this date February 7, ment 1. of said Section 6. certificates shall be redeemed Attorneys for Plaintiff' Attorney for Plaintiff

Information. 7p for jobs with Security. For details 1963. thence run on said center- according to law the property LEGAL NOTICE 211 Jackson Street Address:

1958 FORD 9 pass., Country send name, address /Herman B. Ploucher line North 01 degree 19 mInutes described in such certificate or STATE or FLORIDA Tampa Florida 203 Law Exchange BuIlding
will be sold to the
Squire. all power fact air cond. phone no. to: NATIONAL 1464 Kingsley Avenue East 2639.45 feet plus or certificates OFFICE Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28, 1053 Jacksonville Florida
I highest bidder at the court SECRETARY OF STATE:
., Most sell best offer over $800. TRAINING SERVICE BOX C, Orange Park. Florida minus thence on the north court house door on the first I. TOM ADAMS. Seeretarr of
Phone 284-3766. 7c Clay County Crescent. 24-10c Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 line of said section 6 westerly State of the Stat. of Florida- do
Monday In Month of March hereby certify that the following

..:HI U++H IU+++M"t-i"8"l"M- I iIiIIllIl-l I II1lIIitl4ltILILliulI$1u1USINESS I I I i i* thence 777 feet on plus the or minus west 1963. which is the 4th day of BRADFORD LANES LTD.ORANGE .PARK Your Watch Fixed

March. 1953. with their principal places of
] line of the East H of said! badness in CLAY County Florida -I
I J AREA DIRECTORY_ Government Lot South 01.. Dated this 5th day of February and formed being under Limited Chapter Partnerships 929-I Includes Cleaning-Oiling
1963. :
in I 1 ''M"&* 8"t" -"8"! -H"l i 4*II II I'I-H'i' H < I+-H-44'M 1"(4-i-i-' +ti 1 ill+-! I II II !* degree 14 minutes 15 seconds ,George L. Carlisle Florida Florida. Statutes and each 1S havingfailed. Law* of Adjusting Case polished *

I East 2638.84 feet plus or for Six month or mere to par
OFFICE EQUIPMENT Clerk of Circuit Court of their annual filing fee and renew one of these part
minus thence on their certificate of author-
Clay County. Florida Main
J line of said Government Lot ity to operate a* Limited Partnership Spring
Am BASE FURNITURE' CO AMERICAN Feb. 7. 14, 21. 28. 1963 *; therefore. IB pursuance $5
t Fine Furniture EASTEULLXG PHAIUUCYV north 89 degrees 42 minutes of the provisions of Section Nylon Band
OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 20.31 of the un Florida Stat
659.84 feet
I Carpeting Appllancce: 10 seconds East LEGAL NOTICE utes. I la have CLAY a..bTTb CRESCENT published AH Work Guaranteed for

I Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E, Jones Jr. Owner to said Point of Beginning. a newspaper published la 1 Year
5053 Roosevelt Blvd. All parties In Interest and citizens CLAY COUNTY notice) of failureto

; Jacksonville EV '7-4611 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists: in shall have an opportunity LEGAL ,NOTICEAs renew provided certificate by law.of authorityas BOY DAVIS WatchmakerWe

Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment to be heard at said time and of this date January 31. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 ,

i TRAILERS 1963. I win not be responsible have and Have hereunto affixed set the my Great band Service aU make of Radio,

Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries place.CLAY COUNTY' for any debts made by anyone Seal of the State Of Florida 22 W. Walnut St. Green Core Springs
Complete Line of Greeting at Tallahassee the Capital
Air Stream for Travel ZONING COMMISSIONBy other Can myself. thin lit day of February AJX 24 Hour Service Phone 284-8951 Mafl Orders

: Used Trailers-Bank Financing Cards : James E. Crowl.Chairman Signed 19(2. Higher
(SEAl.) Chronographs and Special Models SHghUy
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blandiog Bird.. 2655-57 Park SL, Jadtsonvfll Fred R. Everett. Jr. Toll ADAMS. .
21-4C CRK7ARb'it3lz!
EV 8-8578. Juksoarlfle zv. !-O12A J:1I.iU:: Jan. 31, Feb 7, 1963

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TWO SESSION PARTY ( Keystone Social NotesMr. PHONY PHOTO SALESMEN COURSE ENDS MONDAYThe the material was hidden so

WILLIAMS NEWS Adult Choir Practice Is held that the students could use the
For the Woman's Club Card Perhaps some the gals in our Orange Park Civil Defense -

The men of the Holy Name every Sunday afternoon at 1 Party at the Masonic Hall last and Mrs. Guy Mix of Mrs. Egan.. as you mayor town are unduly alarmed but unit completed a ten- instruments in locating the"bot"

Society met last Sunday eve pjn. from now until Easter. All Thursday. Mrs. Fremont Tolles Jacksonville Beach were week- may not know is our main not without reason. The first hour course on radiology detec- spots.Radiation.
ning. A half hour of devotionswas members of the choir are expected detection Instruments -
and Mrs. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. source of information for our week in January a rather insistent tion course last Monday according -
followed by a business to attend every rehearsal Al Nelson had artis- fellow went from door to A. T. will be Issued to the

meeting. Election of officerswas and plan their activities to tically arranged camelias and Floyd Koons of Twin Lake, column. She reports for the Es- to door selling coupons for $1 Civil Defense director Dzinkwater.for the Orange Park Colunteer Fire

held as follows: Leo Le- coincide. green folliage along the window Jan.25 and 26.This past week- trellitas. the Eastern Star, the each to mothers of small children Orange Park area. Dept. the Police Dept. Doctors

Blanc. president; H. L. Morgan.Jr. sills. Plum blossoms and end Floyd and Dorothy Koons Community Church the Home who would. In turn pre- Twenty-six Orange Park Inlet Fire Dept. Meadowbrookand
.. vice president; Lionel R. enjoyed a visit from their son Belalr Volunteer Fir*
Demonstration Club and theWoman's sent coupons to a photographerthe
COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS camelias were citizens were awarded certifi-
arranged the
Brault secretary; George on Jack and his wife and daugh- following day. Upon receiptof Dept., Civil Defense headquarters -
Club. This we feel is cates.
Schaeffer. marshall and Wilbur The Women's Sunday School piano the tea table and the ter from Tallahassee.We I another dollar the photog- and the Citizens Band Ra-
The consisted of five
Neal. treasurer. Bible Class of the-Community gift table. commendable for someone whoso would dio Network.
rapher funny faces
lessons on the use of radiological -
The St. William's Altar So- Church will meet with their are sorry to hear that recently nas been Incapacitated and Another series of classes will
The party was In two sessions -supposedly-take picturesof instruments in the detec-
will hold Valen- teacher. Mrs. Holt on Wednes- Donald and Sheri Morgan and with a broken foot. So we start arrangements
ciety Ladies a i ; one In the afternoon the small fry. In two weeks tion of fall-out. Classes were as soon as
tine Social on Tuesday. Feb. 12. day afternoon. Feb. 20. another In the evening. Manyof their two sons will be movingto add. belatedly" "Happy Birthday he said he would be back with conducted by Lewis Muir radi- can be made.

In the recreation hall. All the The monthly Family Night the husbands attended In the Daytona Beach this week- Helen! beautiful 9x12 prints for all ological officer for Clay Coun- t
their Dinner will also be held Feb. end. The move, they hope is
ladies of the parish and on evening. the mothers.To .
ty. Actual radioactive materialwas For the Beat Deal In Town
invited. This kind 20, at 6:30 In the Educa- temporary and they plan to
friends are pjn. DeWitt Hersey came home. '
Much of the credit for the be entirely fair we must used to demonstrate the Check Our Classified Section
of affair is held every three tional Building. keep their home here on Lake- from the Bradford
an County Hospital
success of this latest Woman's say that the price of the large ----

months by the Altar Society Friday. March 1. will be the Club undertaking goes to Mrs. view Drive. on last Friday after being print wasn't $2.00 but $1.98.

and the last one proved most World Day of Prayer with the Herbert Nelson general chairman there about 8 days. His son The coupon was only 98c. as
enjoyable. Hereafter. Altar So- First Baptist Church and St. Mrs. Charles WallenIus "engineered" baby Martin Hersey. was hos-
and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc. we recall. Since St. William's
ciety meetings will be held Anne's Episcopal Church join- ticket chairman .Other mem- a birthday card pitalized at the same time also Hall was used for the operationwho Special this Weekat

Tuesday mornings rather than ing with the Community: bers were "behind the scenes" shower for Mrs. Helen Egan at Bradford County Hospital ( got paid We don't

Thursdays.The Church In Services at 7:30 pjn.i workers donating prizes sandwiches last Friday. Mrs. Egan was so poor Helen had a busy time know!) and since we are knownto

Children's Choir under Thursday March 14, will be! and cookies as well as overwhelmed, and knows of no running back and forth. All are be a member of that church,
other to reach all the good A&P !
way ,
the direction of Mrs. Irene the day for the Community acting as hostesses.In at home now. we have had a number of inquiries your
folks who sent such lovely
Brault and Organist Janet Churchwomen's annual Silver concerning the date of
the afternoon door
I prizes greetings than to thank themin
Lamm sang on Sunday morning Tea. There will be an interesting -I were won by Mrs. Fern Hanson which she The Keystone Heights Lions receipt of the already-paid-for
Feb. 3, and did very well program.On 1 Mrs. Bea Cooper and Mrs. print, com- Club will hold their monthly pictures etc. but like all
posed a :
Indeed. A lovely solo was sung March 29, the area meet Hazel McKay. In the evening "Smile poem dear Keystone friends dinner meeting at the Masonic the other parishoners. we know ANN PAGEKETCHUPS

by Kathy Brault. ing of the Florida Fellowship of I Mr. Julius Hanson. Miss Sally so fine! Hall on Monday. Feb. 11. nothing. We don't even know .

Community Church women will! Mansfield, Mr. Stanley La- You've caught camera's eye the name of the company-or
be held at 10 am. in the and Mr. Louis my where they come from! As far
MurrheeInsurance I.I Coste Kyle won this time.Kindness Young Russell Cooper has finally -
church. Luncheon will be at 12 the door prizes. There were also friendship remem- arrived in Keystone as anyone knows we didn't geta
Agency noon in the Educational Build- prizes for each table. percentage of the "take. We
I bering, is mine; Heights much to the delight of
ing. Church Men will have a hope no one will hold it againstour 14 OZ. BOTTLES
his various
grandparents and
t m And here's my gratitude: parish. 2 3 3
separate meeting. Mrs. David BOY 'tis really sublime!" uncles and aunts. This hand-
Since the salesman sell-
Nelson is general chairman. was
some young man was born in
I She is also past president of All Boy Scouts of Troop 105 Hanau Germany last February ing coupons door to door the
INSURANCE he Women's Division of Fel- of Keystone Heights and their the first child of Larry City Council should have been
Hill I I 'owshlp. : families are Invited to a cov- STATE CONTEST and Lane Cooper. Lane is the informed. Prices In this Ad are rood through Saturday Feb. 12.

.. Dr. David R. Holt, youngest ered dish supper to be held at Maragaret Frances Muir a oldest daughter of Capt. and

See: nTClI D '.RCRIUlEE son of Pastor and Mrs. A. C. the Community Church Educa- Bradford High School Senior, Mrs. Robert Jackson of Keystone OES INSTALLATIONTO Your dreams come true with

AgentPhone Holt was guest speaker at the tional Building at 6:30: pjn. has been named Homemakerof Heights. Lane and her

473-4786 11 o'clock service on Sunday. Tuesday. Feb. 12. 1963. Tomorrow in the 1963 Betty son flew home as far as Kentucky BE HELDInstallation PLAIDSTAM P

Keystone Heights Florida Feb. 3. Dr. David is pastor of Following the supper a spec- Crocker Search for the Ameri- where they visited of officers of : ca.f .nwrt t r.rnc n,c run, .

the First Presbyterian church ial program will be presentedby can Homemaker of Tomorrow. friends, and then came on to Order of Eastern Star Chapter

the boys.February. Having achieved the highest Keystone by bus. Larry the 279 will be held Feb. 19. at the

I 7-13 is Boy Scout score in a test given BHS girlson son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Masonic Temple. This cere- 7
Brooklyn Supply HouseBuilding iI Week. On Scout Sunday Feb. Dec. 14, she is now eligibleto Cooper will finish his overseas mony is open to the public

,,10, all boys of Troop 105 will compete with winners from assignment in June at which and will take place after the

I attend the church services at other high schools for the time he will be coming homeon chapter meeting at approxi- 115 N. Orange Are. Green Cove Springs. FLu

Supplies, Hardware I:I the Community Church in un State title.Margaret. furlough. mately 8:30 pm.

Precast U Lintels All Lengths iform. is the daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Muir of

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Keystone Heights. Should she

ESTRELLITA CLUB win the State contest she
Roy '. Tyre Phone 473-4886
PLAX 'SUPPER would be awarded a $1,500 GET A .

scholarship and would join
The ladies of the Estrellita
i winners from other states in an BUY YOU
Club will meet on Wednesday,
tour of New
Feb. 13, at the Masonic Hall at all-expense-paid "
2 pm. Mrs. Estha Stringer jg WON'TFORGET ) I
KEYSTONE HEIGHT FLORIDA and Williamsburg. Va. J'..
president, will preside. Final
plans for a fried chicken sup- The national winner will ( : ,
have award of J
per to be held March 2 will be a

on the workboards. Hostessesfor 5000. and first, second and
I third will have
refreshments and social

hour will be Mrs. Edith Thorn- $4.000. $3,000 and 2000. re- s

quist and her sister Mrs. Ruth spectively.We . wish her luck!

C. J. "Pete" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 Waynesboro, Va. For the KH WOMAN'S CLUB WILL FORD DEALER ANNUAL

past two weeks he has been HOLD MONTHLY MEETINGThe

Training teaching School at the in Presbyterian Fla. monthly business meet-
ing of the Woman's Club will
The Annual Park of the WINTER S .IALIREMEMBER'
be held in the Educational
Palms Luncheon of the Com-
Building of the Community
S. E. McKAYREAL munity Churchwomen will be
Church on Tuesday. Feb. 12. at
held on Feb. 11 at 1 pm. All
The Executive Board will
Feb. 9. Phone Mrs. Alma Frostat meet in the same place at 1 BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! MAMMOTH BUYS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE

berstroh at 3-4504. Dr. H. L. pm. just prior to the business DELIVERIES! EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! FOR A TRUNKFUL OF SAVINGS. HURRY IN RIGHT NOW! .
meeting.It .
Fenton Jr.. will be the speaker.He ;
is expected there will be
Is associate director of
Latin American Missions. His

subject will be conditions in new clubhouse. Every member Trade now for a Hand!
should not miss this opportu- '
these countries and American ___ some new middle .
to and
relations at the present time. nity give support coop- --- -- weigh FairteMi Big
eration to Mrs. Sara McDonaldin
I The stewards of the Commu- car advantages at
Keystone HeightsPhone her splendid! untiring workas
nity Church will hold their compact cost Ninemodelsindudinq
building chairman and to
monthly meeting Monday.
on Mrs. Fern Hanson and her
473481G Feb. 11. In the Educational new middleweightwagons
I committee. So. "Just around thecorner'
Building at 7:30 pm. Chair- and hardtops.
is the news people have
man A. F. Crosby will preside.
been waiting for. Kindly at-

for the social hour r

BACKING THE PROGRESS OF CLAY COUNTY Mrs.following Mildred the King meeting chairman.will be Save Enjoy on Ford a big Gatexfe's Ford!

new $10 Million AWe
assisted by Mrs. Mary LaRue
in a luxurious s'0an.
and Mrs. Sylvia O'Connor.
hardtop wagon orwMh

!I convertible at
L LIBRARY HOURS service-laving fea
-h tW'esIttow'shtlmewoeta!
i Have you like ourselves gone _
to the Keystone Branch of the

Clay County Library to returna

book-or to get one-and

found it closed It was our own

fault because we just forgot ir1
from Anxnca'swagon
the hours. so we checked with wagon
Library Clerk Helen Lawrenceand
- - -
Choice of 15
had her repeat them for 'MIIOGM
in 4 sues. ..KybyJI
us. which we pass on to you:
the '63 Ford. Cafe.
The Library is closed on -,
Sedan Sus'
THE Country
Mondays-all day. -

Open Tuesdays from 1 pjn. fated here.

'til 6 pm.; and. from 7 pm. til yawl.


Open Wednesdays from 1

FLORIDA Open Thursdays from 1 pjn.

til 6 pm.; and from 7 pjn. til


Open Fridays from 1 pjn. til

COMPLETE BANKING SERVICEMember 6 til Open pjn.3 pm.Saturdays from 10 pm. J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY

FDIC We strongly advise that you

clip this item and stick It in
"some prominent place. 601 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 46511QItav

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