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VOLUME 37; XO. 8 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1963 s.uIPLE COPY \1':" tftTEN CENTS A COPY
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I. Green Cove Candidates Speak aundersMore Wants
7 yo, ry I Sales Taxes
tok. .i.iy i
F $ d
5r .y. Ry f 8 z::.. \ a>" f F For Public Schools
a .. .
1, x .2 y w An Increase in the State'ssales homestead exemption and further -
tax is the quickest and because real estate in the
t County is assessed at approxi- Appeals Court
most feasible method -
mately one third of its real
[ new money for the public
schools of Florida State Rep- William L. Beam of Key- Rejects AwardIn
i t resentative S. D. Saunders stone, an unsuccessful candi-
.x told the Cly County Committee date for the School Board in Garvin Case
I to Improve Our Schools on the last election, and Mrs. L.
Monday night. A. Binns, wife of a deputy Florida's First District Courtof
Mr. Saunders said that an- sheriff, cross examined both
HICKS SHOWALTER DONALD FISHER MARLIN J. HARRIS ALLIE T. IVEY Appeals has reversed a decision
WILLIAM F. LEXARD 31. other method of raising new Mr. Saunders and Dr. Pater-
(Editor's Note: Mr. Hicks, 44 (Editor's Note: Commander (Editor's Note: Mr. Fisher, (Editor's Note: Commissioner (Editor's Note: Allie Thomas money for the State's public son on a $200 monthly salary of the Clay County Cir-
served schools would be through an paid to members of the school cuit Court awarding Mr. and
years old, a native ot Athens, Showalter, 45 years old, a i S 57 years old a native of Peru Harris whose reelection is Ivey, 42 years old, has Mrs. Charles Garvin
Ala., is running against Com- native of Creston, Ohio, and a End.[ and a resident of Floridafor being contested by Donald as mayor of Green Cove since amendment of the State con- board. only $30.-
missioner Allie T. Ivey. A resi- resident of Green Cove for five nearly twenty years and Fisher and Commander Lenard last May. A native of Green stitution under which the pres- Mr. Saunders said it cost 060 in the acquisition of some
Showalter has served on the Cove, he is a veteran of World ent homestead exemption wouldbe each member of the board property located on U. S. Highway -
dent of Green Cove for more years, is running against Com- of Green Cove for four and a I
to tax the first $2.000 to $3,000 to be elected 301 in the Clay Hill area.
Commission for one term. War II. He owns and operatesIvey's changed
than 16 years, the last 11 missioner Marlin J. Harris. half years, is running against City
member value for and he felt that in order to The decision of the
years of which he has been Commander Showalter retired I Commissioner Marlin J. Harris He served as a member of Service Station. A $1,000 II
manager of the Mason Lumber from the Navy in 1961 as and Commander Lenard M. Board of County Commissioners of the First Methodist allocation to the schools. Mr. attract successful people to the court, was written by Chief
Company operations in Green officer in charge of the bomb :Showalter. Mr. Fisher is now for 12 years. A native of Church in Green Cove, hebe\ Saunders said he was willingto board it was necessary and 'Judge Donald Carroll. Berwick
Cove. He is a member of the scoring unit at XAS, Jackson- service engineer for Alken- Clay County he is employedat longs also to the Veterans of introduce such an amend- justifiable to pay them. Only Anderson represented the State
First Baptist Church and he ville. He owns the Marina Murray Corp., a chemical engineering the U. S. Post Office. He Foreign Wars and to the Elks. ment in the State legislaturebut five other counties in the State Road Department and Clay
is a Rotarian.) Motel and is a representativeof firm in New York). is 70 years old.) He has been a member of the he did not think it wouldbe pay their school board members County in the trial of the Gar-
the Life of Georgia Insur- city commission for six years. ratified by the voters of the more than Clay does. Tins' suit.
Sir. Hicks' Statement"To Mr. Fisher's Statement"In Mr. Harris Statement"I State. Dr. Paterson pointed out Mr. and Mrs. Garvin operated -
ance Company for Clay County. Mr. Ivey's Statement
Cove attractive the next few there Dr. R. M. Paterson a mem- that many other counties allow the Florida Reptile Farm
make Green He is an active member of the years, am as I have always
"Your vote and will ber of the County Board of their school board mem-
together with a filling station
those who are the
to Orange Avenue Baptist Church are many plans that must be been In favor of growth
be sincerely appreciated. i Public Instruction who was bers non-taxable expenses. and restaurant when the State
seeking Industrial sites where he leads the congrega- made to Green Cove I and progress of our town. I
or retirement homes and tional singing and he is a will always be glad to hear "I stand for: present at the meeting, indicated Asked whether or not, on a moved to acquire a right of
more attractive to those of us member of the Elks and of the Springs as a developing community suggestions from my fellow 1. City Improvement. that such an amend- recent school board visit to way at the time the highwaywas
here I believea ment would give the Clay pub- Tallahassee, he had paid his, rerouted.
who already live Fleet Reserve Association.) citizens for our city's Improve- 2. Improved streets.
number of actions must be "Let us project our thoughtsa ment and I will cooperate In lic schools an additional $120.- own way. Dr. Paterson said he The award was made in spite
Commander Showalter's 3. Utilizing and beautifyingthe
taken by the city commission."I bit as to what would happenif every way possible to promote 000.It had.However of testimony by the State's appraiser
Statement"As was pointed out that Clay under questioninghe
such worthwhile aims. that
believe that Green Cove gasoline tanks and
we do leave things just as 4. Improved recreationalareas. County school teachers are inadequately admitted at first that his
ought to have a long-range an active businessmanin "In promoting the develop- pumps on the property did not
children will citedat hotel bill had been paid for
Our paid. Figures
plan as to just what it wantsto Green Cove, I know that ment of Green Cove, I will I belong to the Garvins but to
be, what it wants to achieve what is good for the-City is grow up and move away,_some keep in mind such things as 5. Improved ",city. govern the meeting indicate 'that him by the Clay County school an oil company. Mr. Garvintestified"
Florida stands 24th board and under subsequent
and how. in dollars and cents, good for me. of ourpresent citizens will become low property taxes, zoning and : ment. while "that they belonged to
it can achieve a workable" pro- "Green Cove now stands at disgusted and move away planning."I I 6. Growth and progress of among, the states in the level questioning he admitted he him and he placed a value of
of public school teachers' salaries had also received 6 cents a
result would bea
and the end
gram. This means not only the the brink of an unparalleled lifelong residentof the city. more than $2,500 on them.
town. Clay itself pays its teachers mile for his travel to and from
enforcement of ordinances now industrial and economic growth."If ghost Clay County and have re- 7. Dollar value for every In his opinion. Judge Carroll
on the books (many of which the promise of our great "Now let's take a look at sided in Green Cove for more dollar spent by the city. the State average.Mr. (Editor's Note: The Boardof wrote that "the Jury may have
are being conveniently ignored) future is to be fulfilled, GreenCove's what is necessary in order to than 30 years. I am a memberof 8. Improved fire protection.If Saunders, in a long Public Instruction told THE included In their verdict some
it means planning for future maintain an orderly growth amount for tanks and
must the First Baptist Church pumps
reelected I will use question- and answer period CRESCENT that Dr. Patersonhad
growth. prepare the way by leadership, based upon our annual national and I belong to the Veteransof my influence to bring about said he estimated that no more received the sum of $27.50in under the heading of 'over-
i "The tax structure meth- population increase of almost Wars. I have servedas looked' items referred to by the
present by practical solutions,by Foreign the above Improvements. than 10 or 15 per cent of the per diem pay for two and
of the City, which is tied to ods which are within the meansof 2 per cent. Due to the numberof supervisor of registrationand residents of the County pay one-half days in Tallahasseeplus appraiser. Such is a theoretical
the electric light rate, certainly our pocketbooks. But the residents lost in the past have served three termson possibility but we think that
\ any real estate tax. The others $36 for travel at 10 centsa
can be adjusted to make way must be prepared. year it probably is impossibleto the Board of County Com- GCS Jaycees Seek aare not taxed because of the mile). the constitutional requirementof
the City more attractive and "I believe that a broad- give an accurate figure for missioners."I 'just compensation' In condemnation -
to bring about a long range scaled citywide clean-up is the present city population, will appreciate the sup- Best County FarmerThe proceedings Imposes
of civic I however using the estimate of upon the courts of this state
program improvement. friends and
essential to the industrial port of my Will Barrow's
It makes no sense to me that growth of the City. No industry 4,500, at the end of a twenty neighbors as your city com- Green Cove Jaycees Days the obligation to see that such
the City buys its electricityfrom no matter how large or year period our population missioner for another term." have named Frank Barrington compensation Is awarded to
Jacksonville at a high small, is going to be attractedto I would be approximately 6,500.Or chairman of committee to pro- citizens whose property Is tak-
rate and sells it to consumersin If the state growth figureis Are Different Now en in such proceedings. It la
a city unless its physical
mote urban-rural relations in
the City at such an exorbit- appearance matches that of used we could expect a pop- Resignation Of I our view that the Jury .
ulation of 10,000 by the Clay County, according to
awarded no compensation for
ant rate to frighten
as away Florida Barrow the As farmers wont to do,
dozens of other communities For Joseph are
end of a twenty year period. Odum Not Yet Green Cove these items The
industry. Actually as everyone Jaycee president Jury verdict
which are just as enth of February was elev-I Joe Barrows went to bed early
This Is not guesswork, but act- John which is the basis
in Green Cove knows, the McKinley. for the
anxious (and frequently better most every other day that that night. He looked into the
from the sale of elec- ual facts providing that we In O.P.The final judgment appealed from
revenues prepared). I support, wholeheartedly Accepted George Owens assistant preceded it for 76 years. first floor bedroom where his
tric power to Green Cove residents the campaigns of prepare now or rather continueto County agent and a former He did his farm chores older brother was already herein cannot, therefore, be
and businesses supports keep up with the times. resignation of Walter G. allowed to stand. The final
president of the Green Cove
E the ladies of the Village Im- around the house in which he asleep trod the wellknownand
the city government."I provement Association and of (Which we have NOT been Odum as mayor of Orange Jaycees Is chairman of the born and in which he. a well-worn stairs to his judgment is reversed and the
do the doing.) Park has not been accepted by Florida was cause Is remanded with directions
not favor present State Jaycee agriculture -
the Jaycees to this end. bachelor, and his 80-year-old second floor bedroom and went
system under which the acting "I believe further that the "What must we do? the Orange Park City Com- and conservation commit- bachelor brother Will had to sleep. for a new trial on the
city manager is a member of "The next thing is our present mission.Mr. sole Issue of compensation and
City's social atmosphere .
tee.The lived all their lives. There had Will Barrow wakened on "
the city commission Neither method of dis Odum who is also chair- !damages.
a general feeling of growthand sewage program of urban-rural been time out, in those long Tuesday morning In his first I
do I favor the election of the improvement and demo- posal. Our present method of man and president of the .relations will be based on a years, for service In World WarI floor bedroom and waited for II I The Garvins were represented -
City's mayor by the council.I cratic government enthusiastically disposal is age old in fact it Bank of Orange, Park resigned :contest. Mr. Barrington said, and a stint as operator of his kid brother to bestir him- by T. J. Jennings Jr., and
feel that Green Cove's has been of man's best because of ruling by the J. T. Norton.
mayor shared among ourselves one a to find the County's outstanding the pool room In Green Coven self and get his breakfast.
should be elected By all the and. more importantly, with methods of depopulating the Florida Attorney General that young farmer between the o w operated by Charlie The unbroken stillness of the
people and that the council any visitor or newcomer world through water borne disease apparently says no public offi- ages of 21 and 35. The County
Bayer. house stretched Into hours .
should then name and be will be fostered by an active, germs. cial may deposit public fundsin winner who will be chosen Farming, cooking for himself Hunger and a mounting terror Gas & Race Track
held responsible for the actions youthful and enthusiastic city "How can we hope to attract a bank of which he Is a within the next four weeks will and his brother an occasionalcall
could not get Will Barrow out
and activities of the city man- commission."I new residents unless we can stockholder. go into a statewide competi- from a friend or neighborwere of bed. At some point in the Funds Of $55,000
ager. believe that chief recreational officials tion and the State winner will I
a teen-center offer our Orange Park are his day though socializing
; endless, fearful days that followed -
"There are many other a place where our children facility (the river) as some- awaiting clarification of the receive an all-expense-paid trip had never meant much to Will Barrow made a To County Treasury
smaller things that could be (and ourselves) may gather thing that is healthful. ruling from Tallahassee before to Tulsa for the national either of them and their near- supreme physical effort and I
done to make Green Cove a together for their recreational "Then of course there is the acting on the resignation. awards program in April. est neighbor was half a mile got. from a nearby chest of Clay County is due to get
more attractive and more hospitable activities can be built without question of the developmentof Meanwhile. In Green Cove. This project was adoptedby away. The land next to his drawers, his revolver. He would approximately $56.60 this
place. The parking imposing a strain on the City's Spring Park as a recreational Sheriff John Hall told THE the Jaycees because we sin- was owned by his cousin. Judge fire It and arouse his neigh- month in State funds on gasoline -
. meters on the streets do not financial situation. Such a center facility in keeping with its CRESCENT that he deposits cerely believe it can Improve Tom Rivers who looked In on bors. But the pistol would not and race track taxes collected
attract people to our stores would keep our youngstersat potentialities. funds from his $77.000 annual understanding between peopleon them once In a while. Mostly I fire. If" it had. he would have during January.Of .
they scare them away. The home; it would mean that "There Is also the questionof budget in the bank of which the farm and those in the the two old men were alone. I aroused no neighbors. It would this sum $25.426.46 will
revenue that comes from themis ,they need not go to Jacksonville public safety; which involvesa he is controlling stockholder.The city." according to Mr. Mc- They liked it that way. have taken a cannon to arouse come from gasoline taxes eellected
scarcely worth collecting.The or St. Augustine or Palatka or Kinley. by the dtate, according
number of badly deteriorated Sheriff Indicated that the nearest one.
City of Starke. for instance elsewhere for the
fellowshipthey old structures which are unfit he was no longer an officer of A major phase of the pro- Finally on Friday a friend to Ray E. Green. State Comp
has recently done away desire and which they now for human habitation and are the Green Cove bank though gram will consist of Jaycee Interviews FRASER AND SAUNDERS and relative-by-marrlage came troller. This represents .&6 percent
with its parking meters and re- need to go elsewhere to get. TO ADDRESS 100 of the total of more than
but fire hazards.
nothing this could not be confirmed. with every farmer in down from Duval County to
ports from there indicate a "I believe that our City fire .
we have the legal means to His indication did. however the community between the State Senator Edwin deliver to Joe Barrow a tractor. $3.2 million distributed on
pick-up of retail trade. should be extended
condemn such structures! If bring to light the fact that his ages of 21 and 35. Facts gath- Fraser and RepresentativeS. For Joseph Barrow the eleventh January collections. to the
"The water front Spring beyond the present system. not-why not? son J. P. Hall Jr.. has been ered by Junior Chamber work- D. Saunders will speak at of February was not altogether -. State's 67 counties. Clay County -
Park the city pool and many I That eans more hydrants, "Quite naturally the question named chairman of the boardof ers Will constitute the basis for the meeting of the Committee like every other day has .04 per cent of the
other things need action and better equipped volunteer fire- the bank and the a permanent file to be main- 100 scheduled to be State's population.
will be asked-How can these I younger of that had preceded it for 76
This will result in a
attention. men. things be accomplished The Hall said his father was considering tained and updated each year. held at 8 o'clock next Fri- years. He had gone to sleep for Mr. Green said further that
"Most of all, I believe theCitY.1I I I lowering of the fire insurance ,I retirement from. March 1 In the Clay would get another $29.060
answer Is; other communities early The names of the most day evening the last time.
which will benefit all the
business should be trans-
of our size have found ways :the affairs of the bank. promising young farmers will Green Cove Junior High They burled him on SundayIn in race track tax funds bring
acted openly and that the residents of Green Cove. and means and if we have If a ruling of the State At- be submitted to a judging committee school opposite the rourt- Hickory Grove cemetery ing the County's share thus
that the businessof
people should be kept informedat I I "I believe commission of thinking men looking for ways torney General makes it necessary to select the commu- house. where so many of his kinsmen far In this fiscal year to $82.-
all times as to its actions the city
Cove should be and and means we can over a peri- for the Orange Park nity's Outstanding Young The Committee's execu- already lay. not too far from 000. The County in the previous
and transactions. I do not believe Green open
I do believe that od of time make all of the City Commission to accept the Farmer. Selection win be based tive board met last Friday the old house where he was fiscal year received more
that city official publicized. not
should use any his position for, the public interest Is served necessary corrections. resignation of Mayor Odum. a upon career progress, conservation night in the QuI-Si-Sana born and lived..a proud and than $200.000 in race track tax
and "They will not be done unless special meeting of the board practices and service to Hotel in Green Cove and honorable bachelor all his life. funds.
personal gain. and that goes by adjourning a
another immediately the citizens want the im might be called by Vice Mayor the community.The drafted a resolution which They said of him at his graveside At the same time. Mr. Green
all the way from having city : calling one -
police officers tack political thereafter giving the errone- provements."My Hoyt Cotney to act on it. The project win be climaxed win be submitted to the that If ever an honorableman reported that sales tax collections -
posters on buildings and light i ous Impression that actionsof platform Is P-R-O-G- board's next regular meetingis with -a special Farmer Recog- committee: next week for lived Joe Barrow was the In Clay County In January
March 5. action. The resolution would amounted to approximately -
poles to selling gasoline to the body requiring two cessions R-E-S-S and I promise abso- nition Program to which al one.A
City-owned cars. have been legally and lutely nothing other than an A special election would be farmers In the area-young Incorporate the committee cousin has moved Into the $15,560. up approximately
within 30 and old alike-will be Invited as a nonprofit making organization old home now and Is caring $100 from the month
"I promise if I am elected, morally achieved. These activities honest endeavor to work towards necessary, probably '
to take an active aggressivepart legally enacted, shouldbe making our communitya days of the board's acceptanceof The highlight of this event supported by for old Will Barrow. But the before when m substantial
in the economic, politicaland given to the press as quickly better place in which t' Mr. Odum's resignation to will be the naming of the Outstanding dues. days are different for him amount of Christeias buying
I!fill the Young Farmer. now. :was added to the total.GCS .
social progress of the City. after the meetings as possible lire. vacancy. "
PAGE T\YO' "- ..::: .. (Stay Qlounf y Orescent .-'\ l :: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1W3* .
I I (!taj mount" (tescetu! -t. ) tlikker Three Presidents C/ov Hill// I
byDUNCAN By Sirs. J. L. StricklandMrs. trouble lately with his car-also -
"I hold the maxim no less applicable to public
i GRONER says it drinks gas instead of
than to private affairs, that honesty is always the Peterson, our visiting burning it. He bought a new
I best policy." The ordeal of any elected public official, in a democracy, nurse was calling on folks in car last week, one of theee
this section last week. Said she
e GEORGE WASHINGTON lies in the decisions he must reach. The repercussions of the little bugs; it goes by the name
found some roads were
decisions, let us say of a Green Cove city commissioner, and all of a Volkswagen. You shouldsee
very bad condition, due to
FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS 'those of the President of the United States are only relative.I of this rain we have been hav- Brother George and son
chase this bug around! It is i
am not yet prepared to examine the recent activities of ing. There is water enough left
Ty Governor Farris BryantI mechanics, to band together for hard to say which likes the
in the roads to keep
II I common good. When I becamegovernor Green Cove's city commission. That will come, I hope, next "Bug" the best, father or son I
have spoken often in recent! getting dusty for a good long
: I called together lead- week. Lois says she doesn't know
months of the responsibilities of while.E. .
from all of -
'ers how to drive this and it
in Florida and in car.
citizenship and from that meeting However, two pieces have appeared in national magazinesin
looks like she won't get to
America. ,,grew the Governor's Tourism recent weeks that bear on the awesome decisions that haveto Crawford our welfare M
This is because I believe that learn she can't get a chanceto
'Steering Committee. This organi- be reached in the White House. Mr. Truman, I think it fair worker, was calling on folks in behind the wheel!
we cannot afford a "let George zation developed promotional programs Clay County this week. Says get Any-
c"o if' ctL: :z '- when it comes industry-betterment pro- to say. regarded the loneliness of the Presidency as its most way, she can still use the ofei
he likes Stricklands old fireplace ,
to managing the affairs of our g" zms and served to provide a burdensome aspect. F car.
If he had to keep woodcut
communities, our state and our much needed link between gov-
nation. ernment and all segments of the The tragedy of Woodrow Wilson was that, in the two # i for this ravenous wood
( That Floridians in ever in- tourist industry.So major decisions of his administration, he guessed wrong on eater, he would look for some The Rev. Bennett from Live
creasing numbers are facing up successful was its organization both. In believing that the right of the American (or Allied) other way to heat a building. Oak pastor of the Rose Marie
to the responsibilities of citizen- that within a little more thana a church, visited with us in prayer -
cause would deter the Kaiser from attacking us he was
ship has been brought home to year I was able to recom- wrong May Bell Norman was able meeting Wednesday night in
me with special force in the several -menc to its directors that it and the result was that America was forced into World War L to be in church Sunday. Her prayer meeting, and has engaged -
weeks since I announced could be more effective as an in- Later in believing that the right of the Allied-position (in the foot and leg are still giving her our pastor to preach for
for special and continu- dependent organization, free from I'I
ing plans program to bring to our the crutch of gubernatorial ap- League of Nations) would create a mighty and lasting peace Pictured above at the Jr. Hi P-TA Founders Day meet- trouble but is much better them in their revival this week.
citizens the facts relating to the pointment, and the inevitable restraints he was wrong again. Mostly. I suppose, because Mr. Wilsonwas Ing last week are left to right: Henrey Robinson. R. L. than it was for some time. She Mr. Cecil Crawford will con-
Cold War in which we are en- that go with official governmental no match for old Senator Lodge. (Sandy) Spearman, and Lewis L. Chancey. The Jr. HI P-TA also went to visit her daughter. duct prayer meeting Wednesday
gaged. connection. Today the presented to A. D. Duck, principal: a check in the amount of Jo Nell Sunday. It seems that evening and morning wor-
Literally hundreds of Floridians organization is growing and per- President Kennedy today faces an abyss of lonely decisions $275 which had been rai-iJ for tho, athletic program duringthe Jo Nell is on the sick list also. ship services next Sunday
i t have written me to say: "How forming a valuable service to and the stakes are vastly higher than they ever were in recent candy sale. Photo by Gene Koza.Let."ters morning for us. Brother George
can we help we are con- tourism and to Florida's economy.In Wilson's day. The apparently immutable march of world com- Our pastor George Chism will be with us again Sunday
cerned with the threat that facesus the field of education, citizen I has been having quite a bit of night and may have another
today but have not known how support, freely given has been a munism; a spreading disaffection among our friends and allies
to seek out the knowledge that major factor in the developmentof which results from the inevitable resurgence of nationalism in:i To The Editor us.
new educational plans and concepts MRS. MUNSELL. 85, Come on and see if he does!
wiL make us alert citizens. And Europe; the incalculable dangers Inherent In Soviet Cuba; and I
in their letters they have shared which will enable Florida BURIED IN GCS
to with confidence the in the final analysis, the causes and results (which must be I
with me their concerns in other meet To the Clay County Crescent: What is equally important, There was one addition to
areas state government and challenges of the space age. Citizens Justifiable to whatever historians are left to record it) of World With the formation of the the area surrounding Green Bruce Graveside Marmaduke services Munsell for Mrs., 85 I the church Sunday morning.
local conditions all indicatinga committees have worked long War III. Committee of 100, and the Cove Springs (a 35 mile radius Wanda Knowles joined upon
lively interest in matters which hours with professional educators years old who died in a St.
are the proper concern of all and state staff members and consultants Within the past fortnight, U. S. News & World Report welding of all the communitiesand touches nine counties: Clay Augustine hospital early last the profession of faith, and
to evaluate organizations of Clay Duval. Nassau Bradford St. will be baptized in the near fu-
citizens.As every aspectof week held last Thursdayin
the Saturday Evening Post have published pieces that
fast-developing new programs. County in a common bond witha Johns Union, Baker. Putnam ture. She and two of her sisters
these I have letters sought, other to instances respondto Their suggestions, based on epitomize the alternatives that most immediately concern the unified goal to improve the and Flagler) desperately needs Hickory. Munsell Grove for cemetery.Mrs. many years were in the Junior Union Sun-
of citizenship in action in Florida sound business.' sense and a President's attention: the Cuban situation.In economy of the County, a tremendously such an educational institu- prominent in civic and social day evening. Welcome girls we
have crossed my mind, and I thorcu< h Inc- 3dgof the state, an article in the U. S. News & World Report issue of Important stride tion. It would not in any way affairs in Green Cove, was the need you rAnderson
have improved both the aptnessof
would like to share some of thesein our efforts, and the suitabilityof Feb. 18, Clare Boothe Luce very cogently propounds a political forward has been made in conflict with the St. Johns widow of Dr. Warren Aloft
this column. philosophy that to President that "com- that River Junior College at Palat-
our planning to the state. says quote Kennedy, community action por- Munsell to whom she was mar-
Perhaps the best example is Similar support has been given munism in this Hemisphere is not negotiable." tends much for the future. But ka, but it would complementit. ried more than 50 years ago. To Be
the Council of 100, whose reports the Florida Development Com- In the Feb. 2 issue of The Saturday Evening Post, Philip as has already been said, thisis A member of a prominent
ri usually has fill reached this space.plateau The Coun-of mission in promotional programsby Wylie. in a condensation of his latest novel. Triumph, shows just the beginning. The advantages should be Missouri family, Mrs. Munsellwas Named GCSMunicipal
service eva higher a than I antic- chambers of commerce and something of what would happen in World War in which It has been obvious that up obvious. Not the least would be born in Marshall. Mo., a
ipated when invited 100 leadersof tourism of the groups state.from The every Industrial section might be precipitated in Soviet Cuba.I to this point the over-riding that with the advent of a dependable daughter of the late Merodith. Judge
Florida industry, finance and Commission depended on local have chosen passages from Mrs. Luce's political argumentand concern of everyone has been source of trained and Mary Bruce Marmaduke.Her .
education to band together in support for the success of its from Mr. Wylie's literary argument as a dialogue to indi- the necessity of community action technicians industry will fightto grandfather Merodith Berwick Anderson, recently
voluntary partnership with their Operation Space a revampingand cate the choices that Mr. Kennedy faces in his lonely decision. to save the Naval base come in. You can neither Marmaduke. served as gover- ousted from his positions as
state government. We sought Now that the attract nor hold any industryin
assistance in the of updating of employment serv- Mrs. Luce: ". after the disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion, nor of Missouri before the Civil County Attorney and County
promotion !ice practices and is now relyingon State has bought it, the pres- this day of automation War, and an uncle, John S.
tourism procurement of new in- Mr. Kennedy repeatedly warned Mr. Khrushchev that Com- Prosecuting Attorney, will be
non-governmental groups to sure is off and we turn to the without such a guarantee.In .
dustries, conservation of our natural munism in this Hemisphere was 'not negotiable. Mr. Khrush- Marmaduke was governor forty
asked to take the Green Cove
make this downin
sure year goes problem of finding some industry -
resources and waterways, I history as 19-Safety-3. chev, strongly suspecting that this warning was merely for addition an years later. Another grandfather -
and in with the multitudeof or business venture to educational program it shouldbe Dr. John Sappington, in municipal Judgeship.
I Also on the safety front, Floridians United States domestic, political consumption, boldly seized the
current problems that can often will be hearing much in opportunity to put it to the acid test: Fully aware that he would! use this facility, indeed there easy to qualify to offer 1832, introduced a new remedyfor i Green Cove City Commis
be more effectively approachedby I the months ahead from the Florida be detected in the end, he sneaked nuclear weapons Into Cuba Is some thought of turning it training under the Govern- malaria into the lower Mississippi sioner F. Warwick Kenney pro-
private sources than by the .. -- into an industrial park.I ment's Manpower Development Anderson for the at
Traffic Safety council, a new and zeroed tnem in on tne White House." ; Valley quinine. posed job
government.The I citizen-support group which will believe the emphasis on and Training program. The She is survived by four a meeting of the city commission -
Mr. the in the White House)
Wylie: as red phone (
Council, I am told by my work closely with government to industrial use of the base is need is great, there are mil- nieces: Mrs. Perla H. Goucherand on Tuesday night.J. .
and the nightmare of three Presidents became reality,
fellow is now the only rang
governors reduce the rising toll of death over-shadowing a possible use lions of dollars available to establish Mrs. Ernestine H. Miller
C. Sapp. who has held the
organization of its type working and destruction the highway.I he (the President) gave coded orders in a steady voice .
that has far more potential the .
both of Green Cove Mrs.
with state government anywherein am proud to have had a partin then, with his wife and three daughters, he entered the helicopter program.To ; job for a number of years has
the nation. As the word of its creating this organization, and on the lawn. It took off swiftly toward the prepared benefits not only for Green _establish an Area Voca- Charles Greene, of Tampa; and resigned effective Feb. 28. The
effective workthrough such Cove and Clay County, but for tional Education School, the Miss Ora Miller, of Versailles I. job $75 a month and according -
look to it for strong leadershipin cavern in a Maryland hill. Of the salvo of 23 (Soviet) missiles
efforts as its "Smile" program its field. launched at the Washington-Baltimore area seven were pre- the surrounding counties and Clay County Superintendent of Ky.; two nephews: Sidney to Mr. Sapp requires
its support of recreational development All of these and many more, cisely on target and eight burst within their aiming-place the State as a whole.I Public Instruction contacts the Miller and James W. Miller, about an hour a week of work.
and its tours for interested typify the manner in which the submit: That some part of State Superintendent of Edu- both of Versailles: three great
One of them opened in the hot, clear sky almost directlyover Though the appointment of
industrialists spreads, I expect people of Florida are giving of the Green Cove Naval base is cation or the State Director of nieces: Mrs. George F. Davis,
we will see it widely copied. ]I the green field where the President and his party were Anderson has long been planned -
their time and to make
money Vocational for the
an ideal location for the establishment Education Mrs. Elizabeth Meldrum and
hope that other states will enjoy about to descend. several members of the
this state grow and prosper. They of an Area Vocational proper procedure. I believe It Mrs. Fred Borries. Jr.. all of
the benefits the Florida commission went through the
same move in areas where govern- The missile exploded at 18,000 feet. Its effects were char-
Education School as delineatedin takes an Act of the Legislatureto Green Cove; and two great
Council has given us, for such ment should not go, and they give motions of discussing a possible -
acteristic of most intercontinental warheads in the current
the vocational educa- consummate the action. nephews E. Harvey Miller of
happy partnerships of businessand area : ,
support and encouragement to successor to Mr. Sapp.
government are often sought government when it is sorely Soviet arsenal. tion program provided for in Halvor N. Hansen Orlando, and Calvin Miller of
but seldom achieved. needed. The burst of a nuclear weapon is curiously different from Title Vin of the National De- (Editor's Note: Mr. Hansen Versailles. She also leaves 12 Acting City Manager Ben
Another example is our relationship Florida's citizens are meetingthe an ordinary explosion. There occurs a not-really-seen but fense Education act. The rami- is an education specialist pres- great great neices and nephewsand Zellner suggested that JudgeT.
with the Florida tourist responsibilities of their citizen shocking awareness, as if the air itself had been smitten by a fications of this program are ently employed as an instructor four great great great J. Rivers might "help out"until
industry. This giant economic ship, and we are all the benefici colossal fist. too broad to condense in this in training facilities at the nieces and nephews.For the position could be
force had the desire but not the aries. filled. Judge Rivers, who is also -
i This shock, from a weapon like the one that annihilated proposal, but in brief, it is a Naval Air Tactical Training more than a dec&de,
City Attorney. quick to
the presidential party, swells to engulf a circle two to three Federal-State sponsored and unit NSA, Jacksonville. For a Mrs. Munsell was president of was
miles in diameter. Where it touches the earth, it melts it, rendsit financed educational program number of years he served as the Village Improvement As
I Year's Fastest Motor Boat Pilot converts millions of tons of it to gas. and only then, heaved based on the idea that it is senior counsellor in the Aviation sociation. She was also a grand Attempts are being made, according -
upward by a rebound force of its own making, the fireball possible to offer a wider rangeof Fundamental School at matron of the Order of the to Zellner. to secure
) Receives Famed Trophy climbs and flickers. In vast churnings of white light mixed courses, and the variety of NAS. He holds a bachelor's degree Eastern Star. She was a mem- some secondhand, creosoted
with enormities of darkness. facilities and equipment to in Political Science and ber of the Green Cove Presbyterian lumber that has been taken
compression than thunder-thunder augmented beyond belief. the rapidly growing technology Guidance and Counsellingand The Rev. C. E. van der bridge for use in the city pier
yr ;aa Radiation will already have sluiced in every direction at light's on an area basis rather thanan Industrial Arts, from Florida Maaten officiated at the pri-. which is now officially unsafe
speed. That alone will have destroyed all lift within miles. individual community. State University). vate services. for public use.
Heat. too. hundreds of thousands of degrees of out-charging
temperature, will have reduced everything to gases, alive or
not within a comparable range.
x a. REPORT FROM MOTOR TREND EXPERTS ON THE 63 RAMBLERSsJlues..morc
In a roughly circular area miles across all buildings will
a have been vaporized. Farther out for more miles the thrustingram
of steel-hard air will topple the mightiest structures and "Lean, clean room inside"The
sweep lesser edifices to earth; and tar far away in hundredsof
veo -r square miles of farther-out regions, the blast marches, tearing _'
rending breaking and splintering.And w
still the capacity for ruin of just one such weapon is n -V r
but fractionally spent. Its light alone has peculiar horror. In
clear weather all persons with unprotected eyes will be blinded
-their retinas scorched-If they glance at such a thing even
MIAMI BEACH William Muncey (inset, center), who pilotedthe x-. %wv
from 20 miles
fastest motorboat of the year, receives the coveted Martini &
:Rossi Trophy from Gregory Cavalchini (right) of the internationally Next, the heat of the thing will ignite every flammable ttM
famed-wines-and-vermouths_ manufacturer.: E. M. Peatross, head object over an area of 1,000 square miles or more. Soon those
01 the American. rower Boat '. fires will coalesce and become one great pyre, city-wide and /
Association, looks on. Mr. )dun- many to be the greatest work of suburbs-wrapping. This blaze will rise for miles into the sky. ,3*?
cey's hydroplane, "Miss Century art in its field the M&R Trophywas 1 zuw" yr
And air will come hurtling to supply oxygen for that firestormair
21," racked up 2300 points to designed by Professor Re
sucked at the speed of a hurricane"Mrs.
emerge as the year's speediest nato Brozzi of Italy.The trophyis a
power cruiser. donated by Count Rossi, himself Luce: "In his youth. President Kennedy wrote a book
The Martini & Rossi Trophy, a former speedboat champion called Why England Slept. It described how England, in 1939 .
a perpetual award, is. a be- and the only foreigner ever was caught militarily napping by the Germans, and Its very
jeweled gold-and-silver sculpture to win America's Gold Cup Re- sound thesis was that no nation can afford to wait until it is
of eagles lifting a Medusa's gatta. attacked to prepare its own defenses and that, above all it
head from, the The The large photo shows the
waves. cannot rely on the military or economic strength, even of its
made of craft. .Miss Century 21,-which
eagle's: eyes are genuine "
allies to save it from destruction.
rubies; the Medusa's eyes _are Mr. Muncey skippered to win .J;
real emeralds. Considered by the Martini & Rossi Trophy.BE Mr. Wylie: The leading helicopter of the rescue party
swung over Long Island Sound. Its pilot looked down on Greater
SURE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN THE New York a black-and-gray tumble of Indecipherable ruins.I
COMING GREEN COVE ELECTION. The Hudson had a slightly altered course where a vast reach I.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS FEB. 22! of the Palisades had pitched into its waters.
His mind went westward envisioning what he had learnedwas Rambler VSJOffGar of the Year"
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYBY there: The blackness of burned forests over the Appala-
..' chians. The malformations of shoreline in the Great Lakes. The "
-'v award reads "for outstanding design achievement
naked ash of prairie that here and there was being reclaimedby
CRESCENT PRESS. INC. mutated weeds and gasses. Farther beyond, the trampled and engineering leadership. Motor Trend ex-
-, Green COT Springs. Florida burned jagged insanity of cities, of San Francisco.: Los Angeles perts saw it in the "lean clean lines" with "more
Phone 2S4-3166 and the rest burned in the death of isotopes. room inside for increased comfort." Hailed Advanced
The pilot saw a rising smoke signal and. soon the upturned 9 'S Unit Construction**.. .will take punishment longer
NATIONAL EDITORIAL r faces of 11 persons standing in the morning light on their elevator '' M ..hold resale value." In ride performance long-life
with little packages and cases at their feet. They were '
TIN features they found 63 Ramblers outstaad g. Seethe
Yanks. Americans. Specifically North Americans. Citizens of n -?
: value of the at Rambler dealerfuliroamforsbcrfooters"flenty .
the United States. All who remained alive in that enormous Curved glass side windows, year your
nation.The of headroom,legroom.",, amazingly easier entrance. American Motors-Dedicated to Excellence
DUNCAN GRONER .............................. President helicopters would take all 11 away. They would leave
the United States of America forever.
I Green. Entered Cove Sprlnsm.as second Florida Class Matter.under the July A IS..':t of 19(2.March at the J.Post 1SS7.Office. And when they had gone the place would have no name. BESELER MOTORS 429 N- Orange Ave.. Green Cove Spring:. Ph.
c.... ... .
paid at Green COT Sprtaa* Mm. The Soviet Union China and Europe were utterly de-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES stroyed.> But 11 Americans had survived. We were triumphant
See Rambler dealer-a good man to do business with for a new car or a Sect used car i
One Year-in m your
__, .."...1.-L...... $4.00 again.
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ELIZABETH GRONER 281-3166 : r e en
J. P. HALL. JR. believed to foreshadow the ear-
Eleven At St. RONALD BEIINKE
NAMED CHAIRMAN ly retirement of Sheriff John Confirmed Mary'sThe Events
Services for Ronald Behnke.
OF GREEN COVE BANKJ. Hall as president of the bank. CLAYTHEATRE
rsr 69-year-old sheet metal worker -
P. Hall Jr., has been Mr. Hall :: "k't
Young who is 33 .
,-0. _, ,, The WeekFeb. for
named chairman of the boardof years old, has served for the ,I- : .. ', ;;. the Clay County public Mrs Jamie Caruthers Mgr
the Bank of Green Cove:I past three years as executive r school system were held last I Mon. thru Fri. one show only
Springs. The move is widely vice president of the bank. He Feb. 22 Basketball. Clay Hi. Thursday at Helm Funeral Box office opens 7:15 p.m.
'" was educated at the Bolles ;.0# vs. Baker County Away Home. Mr. Behnke died sud- Feature Begins 7:45 pjn.
Feb. 23, Clay Hi. vs. Fletcher,
Military School Jacksonville denly last
I COMPLETESEPTIC Wednesday at his Sat.-Sun., 2 p.m. continuousVc
and attended the University of home. 6:30: and 8 p.m.
home at 237 North Street.A .
Florida.At Tryouts for Jr. Womans Club
& Tlinrs. Fob. SO & 21
TANK Talent night, VIA Building, veteran of World War I,
same time. Mrs. Clara -l I IHTTKHFIELD 8
Chesser and Mrs. Ruth Geiger 2 p.nu he was a member of the First
t,5 Feb. 25 Green Cove Springs Elizabeth TaylorFriday
were named ,vice presidents of < Church.He
I the bank. Mrs. Chesser, who d Home Demonstration Club,
Courthouse Annex. 7:30 pm. leaves his widow, Mrs. & Sat., Feb. 23:. & 33
I has served with the bank for
: Rescue SQuad First Baptist Hazel Pierce Behnke; a sister PREHISTORIC WOMEN
0 23 years, has been cashier since
Repairs i 1961. Mrs. Geiger. who was : Church 7 p.m.Sportsman's Mrs. Olga Grantvedt, of Seat- and
InstallationsORANGE I I named a director of the bank Club VFW 8 tle; and two brothers Benja- DINOSAURUSSun.
PARK last fall, has been with the pjn. min Behnke ofVO Klbrldge,
264-6171 bank since 1952.PHOTOS Feb. 26 Basketball Clay Hi. Conn., and Leonard Behnke of ., Mon. & Tues.
vs. Orange Park, 6:30 8.
I'd*. 24, 25 & 26
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Women of the Presbyterian West Haven Conn.
Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation
284.3860 a Church, 7:30 pjn. Burial was In West Haven.
STARKE BY KOZA i I I Feb. 27 Club- ,Hilltop Courthouse Demonstration Annex- CHURCH NOTICE James" StewartWed
969-1952 The Hilltop Photo Studio I '.6 -- "wt"J\ 1:30 p.m. & Thur, Feb. 27 28
If?:o Answer Feb. 28 Veterans of Foreign CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TUB HUSTLER
Call Jacksonville We will cover your. Rt. Rev. Hamilton West, Episcopal Bishop West, Michael E. Wise Clifford Geiger Wars, VFW, 8 pm. SOCIETYCor. I'aul, Nruraan
Bishop of Florida, confirmed 11 persons at senior warden of St. Mary's, F. I. Robertson, Order of the Eastern Star,
SP 1-3343;) Photographic needs for his annual visitation services at St. in E. Houston St. &
Mary's front of Mr. Sudlow, the Rev. Robert J. Masonic Hall, 8 p.m.
Portraits, Weddings Church Episcopal Church, Green Cove, on Sunday. Sudlow rector of St. Mary's; Commander N. Magnolia Ave COMING ATTRACTIONSMar.
Following the confirmation rites, approximately Robert J. Martin; Mrs. Martin. In front row, GREEN COVE SPRINGSFLORIDA .
Social and Fraternal EPISCOPAL CHURCHES TO S.3
100 communicants of the church I. to r.,. are: Richard M. Kennett David L. PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENTMar.
And All Other OccasionsFor received Holy Communion at which Bishop Ritter, David D. Kennett, Jr.; F. "'. Robertson HOLD PANCAKE SUPPERSSt.
---;..- West and the Rev. Robert J. Sudlow rector Lynn Martin, Mrs. Homer L. Newell; and Anne's, St. Mary's and Services 11 held a.m.Sundayat 6-.
Appointment Call officiated. Mr. Newell.A Grace Episcopal churches will TIIK 300 SPARTANS
Free Estimates GENE KOZA Immediately following the confirmation week earlier, Mr. Newell and four hold their annual Shrove Tues- SubjectMINDFebruary Mar. 10-1.1
of the 11 new members, Bishop West warned children of Commander Martin were baptised day Pancake suppers on Tues- 21 WH,\TiVKR HAPPENED
AMASON'SComplete 2849268GREEN them that while the seed of God had been by Mr. Sudlow. Those baptised are: Martha day. February 26 at the respective A cordial invitation is extended TO BABY \XF:
planted in the service, some would flower Lynn Martin, Robert J. Martin, Jr., Melanie churches. The suppers to attend our services.
Septic Tank COVE SPRINGS while others would fail to grow on stone. Ann Martin, Michelle Gay Martin and Mr. will be served between the
Service Shown above, back row, I. to r., are; Newell. Photo by Koza I hours of 5 and 7:30 pm.
IN MEMORIAMIn I Hear programs of
i I memory of my beloved: I Social NotesMr. i
CANARY INN RESTAURANTOwned husband Hubert F. Pacetti, FIXE
Just one year ago today
( and Operated by H. Lindsey) RECORDED
You were put away Mrs. Jamie Caruthers has as and Mrs. Harrison Placeof
IS NOW There has not been one moment y t fix. her guests her daughter Mrs. East Stroudsburg, Pa., have SACRED .
Paul Skipper, Jr., and her been the recent guests of Mr.
REOPENEDSpecializing Of that time I have not daughters. Mary Jo and Bev- and Mrs. C. W. Scarbrough of MUSIC
missed youI erley, of Egg Harbor City N. J. Hibernia.
in Fine Foods can truthfully say. Also accompanying Mrs. Skip- DAILYON
Your lonesome wife per is her mother-in-law Mrs.
STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD Mary Pacetti Johnny Johansen.Mr. CARD OF THANKSIt
HOURS-Monday thru Friday-8 A.M. 8 P.M. is impossible to expressour
Closed Saturday and Mrs. Leonard Mur- appreciation for all the
Open Sunday until 2 P.M. USKI CLEANERS phy and their children, Linda wonderful help kind words,
Now Available Marsha and Tim have returned and deeds that helped to make
Jet. Hwy. 18 & 17 Green Core Springs WA YR-550
from Dot ha. Ala., where the past few weeks easier dur-
Phone 281.5181: (Fl. Mdl.) Compact $68.00
they attended the McNob- ing the recent illness and pass-
droluI-n.-bul1t 33O.O5 ISIAII WILLIAMS Lindsay wedding. Linda servedas Ing of our loved one. We can
.. Used Cleaner .S1O.OO & up maid of honor for her cou- only say, Mlddleburg, we love
Army Sgt. ,
also: sin, and Marsha was junior
IT'S THE WINDUP! THE FINISH! Parts and Repairs for all liams hose, lives wife.in Mrs.Green Alice Cove Wil-, recently bridesmaid.While there you.Our loss Is heaven's gain. Your Watch FixedIncludes
Makes C1ranrsKIRBY was assigned to the 7th Mrs. Dorothy Howard
rehearsal dinner which was Charlotte Vickers
Artillery, a Nike-Hercules mis-
sile unit at Bergstrom Air held at the Parkway restaurant -I Robert Vickers Cleaning-Oiling
Force Base Tex. Sergeant Williams and the bride's luncheonon Edwood Vickers Adjusting Case polished &
IJoy'S Shop SALES A SERVICE a member of the artillery.s Saturday at the Houston one of these parts
Phone 2fi4-Co20 Hotel. The wedding took place
1700 Hwy. 17 Orange; Park entered the Army in 1948 and Saturday evening in the PENTECOSTALHOLINESS Main Spring $5
Grandview Baptist Church with
was last stationed in Germany. CHURCH Nylon Band
the reception following at the
FINAL STORE WIDECLEARANCE home of the bride's parents.J. "ennontTe.. All Work Guaranteed for
Green Core Springs 1 Year
$19-95 P. Hall Jr., entertained at ROY DAVIS, WatchmakerWe
LIFTS PULLS PUSHES I a large party last Sunday for Too hare a
lit 11 Service all makes of Radios
6,000 Ibs. Capacity EACH friends and relatives at his Special Invitationto
101 USES-Jocks up tucks,tractors, i!I attend 23 W. Walnut St. Green Cove Sprint
wagons,combines pickers,bWd nga... new home in Bayard. It was
Pub posts,pipes,roots smoB stump*. _I billed as a surprise party for Church and Sunday School 24 Hour Service Phone 284-6961 Mail Orders
ALL WINTER DRESSES Iptces Stretches w.woven... Makes or barbed hoist wire clomp fence !I Joe Marcy his father, and took place the Chronographs and Special Models Slightly Higher
spreader.Amazing auto bumper jock. I. day before J. P.'s 33rd birth- Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Uedbyformen 1Jogg.n, ill icip Preaching 11:00 a.m.
!.ocoees,loctanei.body thept I Phone 284-4794 day.
runes; ,mills,qvorries,Wl ig std'Ons. .:., Sunday rite Serr. 7:00 p.m.
4 It tugh.WL 27 Ibs.GUAi NTUD. Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30
OUT 1 PRICETHEY ) Green Cove Springs p.m.
C r Mrs. Ivan Powell received a
lovely surprise Valentine from Pastor Rev. J. C. Maynor
HURRY her granddaughter Lt. (J. g.) Phone-EV 9-5830: PROGRESS?
GO! 2 DOWN Bonnie A. Hurlbut who is stationed j
1I in Hawaii at Pearl Har-
bor. On Valentines Day a box
ALL X.TIOX.I.I4YU'fRTISEn: E Z WAY LAUNDRY & CLEANERS of unusual red heart shaped SEE I YES? NO?
flowers which her granddaughter -
NAME BRANDS INCUDED IN THIS SALE! "HI I
was flown in. They arrived NEIGHBOR"with
Under New Management in beautiful condition with
JIM WATSONand I 1. I believe, and If I am elected, I am ready to push my
ALL SPORTSWEAR tiny balloons filled with water "
ST. AUGUSTINESOFT attached to the bottom of each on FEBRUARY: : 22 beliefs into action, that Green Core's welfare depends
WATER LAUNDRY !stem to keep them fresh. It Special Guest upon an experienced, articulate city council barked by an
MUST BE SOLD: SAVE NOW! ( -
i took the flowers two days to informed citizenry.
: arrive in Green Cove from EMMETT MCCALL
ZORIC DRY CLE.A..IXGPhone Honolulu. 2. I believe the time has come for the City Commission
1/ OFF Clay County to press forward with a long-range plan fer e4vie Improve-
33 2S4-6041 Joey Sobotta Invited 20 of Agrirultura.lgem ment. I do not,believe that promises, patehwerk or tabled
REGULAR: .his friends to his home last at 6:45 am programs will benefit any citizen of Green.Cove.
/3 PRICE! OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS I Saturday to help him< celebratehis ON I
; 13th birthday. After open- POWERFUL 3. I believe that we the citizens of Green Cove, most
AM 6 P3E ing all the lovely gifts, hot CHANNEL 12 shape our own destiny. I deny that business wilt come to
UK HERE EARLY. YOU'LL SAVE MANY dogs coca-cola and ice cream WFGA-TV Green Cove "In time" unless we' actively seek H.
DOLLARS! OUT THEY GO! Magnolia Street Green Cove SpringsWITH was tertainment served to for the the guests.eveningwas En- Jacksonville! 4. I believe that successful business experience is the
II best school for successful Civic leadership.
LADIES: HERE IS THE GOOD NEWS YOU VE .
WAITED FOR! EVERYTHING MUST GO! 5. I believe the present employes of Greet Cove are do-
THIS AD ONLY I
iDea first rate job. If I am elected I wit sk; no change
ALL WINTER FULL FASHIONED $5.00 WATCH REPAIRING $5.00 i NOTICEWe In their status.
IF REPAIRABLE 6 I believe the citizens of Green Cove are ready to vote
HAT S V2 HOSE 59
Cleaning Oiling Regulating Case Polished II now for progress.
Electronic Timed Band PolishedAll
PRICE 2; prs. for 1.00
Movement Parts Furnished
will close at NOON each Saturday beginning March IB,
FOR PROGRESS :
Dial Refinishing New Hands Fitted
PRICES TELL THE STORY OF SACRIFICE! I I At Reasonable Additional Charges 19C3. All other week days open 8:00.3L 'til 5OO PJI.
JOIN THE CROWDS OF THRIFTY SHOPPERS Crystals Replaced-Case Repaired-Band Repairs I Vote
Chronographs & .Special Models Slightly Higher
DRESSES! DRESSES! Mail Order Service SUBURBAN GAS COMPANY -
BUY OUTNO1V DOUGLAS D, TIDWELL I DON FISHER
$997 THEY $397 WATCHMAKER JEWELERP.O. 110O N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs, Fla.
SAVE! GO! Box 58.1 Orange, Park Fla. Phone CO 4-8377 J. H. BROWN, Manager NEXT TUESDAY
Next to Orange Park 5 it 10 I I
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MARDI GRAS CORSAGE WORKSHOP Mrs. Alton Pierce of Jacksonville -
Grace Church Welcomes New Rector
Events SET FOR MARCH 2nd The Garden Club of Orange Beach gave instructions
Candidates are now being Park held an open corsage on making corsages, with
workshop at the Orange Park the emphasis on design. The
The WeekGirl announced for the Kings and
Lions Club from 10 local
Queens contests In the Mardi group invited members of
Gras Festival scheduled for .r o'clock in the morning until 2 the Green Cove Springs Gar-
o'clock in the afternoon. den Club to join them.
March 2 in Park.
Girl Scout Thinking Day Ral- ,Orange
For Queen of Mirth the
ly Saturday Feb. 23, all .
Orange Park Women's Club is
day, at Ravine Gardens Pa- a s sponsoring Mrs. Gordon Sand-
latka. __ ridge and the Bank of Orange H REAL ESTATE
'! __ Park Diane Drawdy. Competing -
Womanless Wedding Boosters E _
for Queen of the Mardi INSURANCE APPRAISALS
Club Saturday Feb. 9f
z % + Gras are: Judy Frisbee, spon-
23, at 8 p.m. at the Orange sored by the Orange Park
Park High School Cafetortum. JJw. Boat Club; Arlene Osswald. Frank W. Brownand
Miller's Variety Store; Pat
r Love, Orange Park Promenaders Associates
Orange Park Lions Monday,
; and Diane Weatherford
Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. at the Orange Park Lions. MRS. DAVID S. JOHNSONMiss 1800 U. S. highway 17 / Phone
i Lions Club. Orange Park CO 4-9504
The deadline for registering Judith Susan Weather-
Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo. SS candidates with Mrs. James ford and David Sheldon John-
267 Monday Feb. 25, Reid is this Saturday. There is son were married last Friday
at 8 p.m. at the Masonic no expense involved other than evening in a double-ring candlelight -
Hall. providing a car for your can- I ceremony at the
Orange Park Civitans Tues- didate to ride in the Mardi Orange Park Methodist
COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire
day, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. at 1jj Gras parade: Candidates for Church. The Rev. Don Nichols
Charlie's Restaurant. King and Queen of the Mardi officiated, in the presence of
Orange Park Area Jaycees Gras must be high school students members of their families.
Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 8 p.m. from the Orange Park The bride is the daughter of Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size!
at the Town Hall. area, and candidates for King Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weatherford
Grace Episcopal Church was packed ternity.! Three years later he was graduated and Queen of Mirth must be ot Kingsley Ave.. Orange Park.
World Day of Prayer Friday with worshippers last Sunday when the from General Theological Seminary in New adults from the area. Mr. Johnson is the son of Mrs. Dist Miller Tires-Autolite BatteriesCor.
March I, at 10 a.m. at church's new rector, the Rev. Donald R. ClawYork City and he was ordained into the priesthood The Mardi Gras, sponsoredby William Thurston Walker, Jr.,
the Orange Park PresbyterIan son conducted his first service. Mr. Clawson the same year. It was also in 1958 that the Band Association of of Jacksonville and the late
Church. who is shown above in the pulpit of the he married the former Betty Lou Proud of Orange Park High is a com- Mark Riley Johnson. Park and King Jacksonville Fit.EV .
Mardi Gras Festival Satur- church at the morning service, is a native of Hot Springs Va. Since his ordination, Mr. munity celebration and every- Mrs. Robert Gammage was
day, March 2, Parade at 2 Pittsburgh. He was graduated in the class of Clawson has been rector of St. Philips Episco- one is urged to participate attend matron of honor and the best 9-3027 or EV 4.6401
pjn.; Costume Ball at the 1955 from the University of Pittsburgh where pal Church in Coraopolis, Pa. Air. and Mrs. the parade at 2 o'clock, man was William T. Walker,
High School 7:30 to 12 he member of Phi Gamma Delta fra Clawson have ,
p.m. was a one son Stephen. the band concert and festivities Jr., bridegroom's. step-fa-
in the bank parking lot ther. The bride was given in
afterwards, and the Mardi marriage by her father. Com-
I Social Notes Gras Costume Ball from 7:30 mander Oscar S. Braddock, Jr., AND: IN
Dr. Albert M. Malaterre to 12 o'clock at the high school.! and Frank H. Owen served as
Mrs. J. H. Boulware is recuperating of his father. He also went to For the dance, costumes are. ushers, and Mrs. C. F. Holmeswas
Chiropractic Physician at home after a Los Angeles to visit his son. encouraged but not required.The organist. ORANGE PARK '
tickets are now available, Following the ceremony, a
stay in Clay Memorial Hos-
the his for adults and 50c for reception was held at the homeof
announces opening of pital. She was hospitalized for Mrs. Mabel Watkins, opera- $1.00 The 1905: U. S. Highway 17 Phone 204.6431
New Offices tor of Rivermead Flower Shop, students. the bride's parents.
neck injuries suffered in an is a patient in St. Vincent's Mrs. Lovett's high school art couple will reside in Jackson-
auto accident a few weeks ago. Hospital.Mr. class is making advertising ville.
1632 Hwy. 17 N. Orange Park, Fla.
PHONE: 264-9587 posters, and many other towns- .
not connected with the
Nelson Morgan of Allen Mac and Mrs. A. C. Pressley people
By Appointment Court has returned to his home of Blanding Blvd. will celebrate band are helping with the NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW
for this event.
after a tour of duty with the their 65th Wedding Anniversary preparations
HOURS: Monday Wednesday & Friday-9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Don't miss it!
Navy in Iceland. His mother is this Sunday with an open
Closed Thursday & Saturday Afternoons visiting here from North Caro- house for their many friends. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SFour
lina. They have two daughters, Mrs. BAND ASSOCIATION
Julian Ezell and Mrs. Thomas
REJECTS MERGER PLANAt
Charlie Post flew to Boston Wilder; 4 grandchildren and of There's the Chevy II Nova, also available -
recently to attend the funeral one great grandchild. their regular meeting last kinds sport-all super in an SS version. Special instrument
Monday evening at the high Want to make spring come in a hurry? cluster. Front buckets. All-vinyl trim.
Park Pure ServiceLAWNMOWERS
Orange school, members of the Band Just pick a new car with whatever you Distinctive SS identification. Fourteen-
Mrs. Susan Christmas has and triminch wheels and tires with full wheel
Association of Orange Park hanker for in performance sporty
MARY JACKSONGift been hospitalized at St. Vinc- High voted to reject the pro- mings-like bucket seats 4-speed shiftdisks.. Three-speed shift or PowergJide.lots
ent's with a concussion, resulting of horses-and start driving it now. with floor-mounted shift
posed of their -
merger Corvair Monza Spyder with complete
SALES Shop from a recent auto ac- Chevy's got a lot of sport in four entirely Or the
SERVICE and RENTALS
I with the P-FA and instrumentation special identification -
different kinds of cars.
Agency for Boosters Club. First the Jet-smooth Impala Super and an air-cooled Turbocharged Six.
All Types Lawnmowers and Outboard Motor Repairs Park Cleaners and Laundry This negative vote ruins the Sport with your choice of 7 And for a real wallop, see
24 HOUR SERVICE Richard Vincent and his fiancee plan to make a single large different engines that range up the stunning Corvette Stirs
Hallmark Greeting Cards Anne Irwin of Pitts- group responsible for all the to 425 hp and that include the SUPER SPORT Ray winner Award of for the Engineering"Car Life
All Work GuaranteedCO andComplete burgh, Pa., plan to visit his various functions now per- popular Turbo-Fire 409 with 1963
parents Mr. and Mrs. Durell 340 hp for the ultimate in 7
Gift Line formed by the three separateones. All told four beautiful convertibles -
Vincent of East Holly Point The P-FA and Boosters smooth, responsive driving in four handsome
Phone 264632017OO moderntraffic.0Ptionalfouip-
4-6992 CO 4-6608 17 Park Rd.. this week end. Both young have already voted approval of including Comfortilt coupes. You'll get a four-
Hwy. Orange ment
people are senior students at the merger. steering wheel that adjusts barrel kick just looking them
Duke University. Richard will to convenience makes it ever-and a whole lot more
celebrate his birthday duringhis Miss Edna Moore student at as your super a sport as you'd like. fun out of.driving O;!"onal one al extra! eott.
Florida State University, was
"Jrhere The Best Is Better" We Collect home last week end with a
I Mrs. Charles Cibula of River house guest Miss Paige Home
'" ''R Electric Rd.. is recuperating well atSt. of Dover Del. Edna was recently -
} OXLY and I I Vincent's Hospital following initiated into the Zeta
surgery. Tau Alpha sorority at FSU.
BEST Telephone I
OUR rif T
NEEDS Picnics 8.8lb..g. 27c 4
HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS
1st CUT PORKChops
Get It All From
O. B. NAIL hARDWARE Ib.- 39cARMOUR'S .r .f
1022: Highway 17 Phone 204-6831 Orange Park
3 LB. TIN ,
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Vegetole 45c I
The Bank of Orange ParkENJOY 3IAXWELL HOUSECoffee t
IIb.bag ',,/ ;
Coffee 39cGIANT i 4
h2 1\lb. can 1 1r
REGULAR CHECKING our ACCOUNT Fab :- >< 49cGLINT
Phone CO 4-9526::!
NEW BANKING HOURS AS OF MARCH 1st
49c and Cortair Moma Spyder Cub( xzpe Below
9:30 1:30 I T -Corrdts Stilly Kay Sport coupe
Monday Thursday a.m. p.m. Box
Convertible. 'All anJabUt
Friday 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 pan. left Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible;nH.Chtry 11 Nora W
and Spyder equipment optional at extra COIt.)
Closed Saturdays LIMIT 1 $5.00 FOOD ORDER boA'eonttrfbl and coupe
DRIr.IXIXDOW Su Jour entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom
Mon. Thurs. O:3O 4:00 p.m. PRICES GOOD THRU SAT, FEB. 23
Friday 0:3O 7OO p.m.
: ;; ,
Complete Confidential Courteous i ROBERTS CHEVROLET
Banking Service .
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -.h 44?'_th'W&I1wd.e r. Phone 234-3033
Orange and Park Green Springs
Crescent PAGE FJViI
f (Utay CHounttf
FEB1UTAHY 21, 1063
LEGALNOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL, NOTICEIN ...., .
Clay Coumy For COURT OF THE i-: -
Shop INM"D THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE OF APPLICATION IN THE
[N THE CIRCUIT COURT JUDICIAL FOR TAX'DEEDSec. COUTY JUDGE CLAY COUNTY -
FOR CLAY COUNTY THE FOURTH IN PROBATE.
CIRCUIT OF THE STATEOF 194.16 F.S. FLORIDA.
FLORIDA.CASE NO. 3570 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN RE: ESTATE OF : itr
BRUCE MARMADUKE MUN-
FEDERAL CLAY COUNTY Cowart the
JACKSONVILLE that Frank P. }
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ERY. holder of the following certifi-
3566 To all Creditors and Persons
a corporation under cates has filed said certificatesfor
laving claims or demands:
the laws of the United States JOHN P. CORCORAN JR.. a tax deed to be issued
against said Estate:
3f America. Trustee thereon. The certificate num-
You and each of you are
Plaintiff Plaintiff bers and years of issuance the
hereby notified and required to
vs.HENRY. vs.GLENN. I description of the property and
present any claims and demands -
R CARUSO and PATSY BOHANNON and the names In which it was assessed -
I which you or either of
1OTELS Y. CARUSO his wife; JOANN HARRIETTE BOHANNON are as follows:
have against the estate
AIR CONDITIONING BOATSiNLET you. may
D. CARUSO unmarried. his wife. Certificate No. 46
Of BRUCE MARMADUKE
Defendants.' Defendants. Year of Issuance: May 31. 1957
MARINA MOTELAPTS. Description of Property:Part of MUNSELL. deceased late of
ABCTV MARINA NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF SUIT said County. to the County -
S H of NW% as Recorded
RENT OF FLORIDATo
OF FLORIDATO Judge of Clay County
THE STATE 295. Section
I'ark Deed Book 88 Page
Hwy D. CARUSO unmarried -
: JOANN BOHANNON his office in the court houseof
RALPH F. MILBERfiER & DRY By Week or Month : HARRIETTE 30 Township 8 Range 24 E. at
STORAGE-WET whose residence is unknown which assessed: Al- said County at Green Cove
REFRIGERATIONAND CROSBY BOATS U. S. 17 North Route 7. Box 157 YOU ARE HEREBY RE- fred Dentin.All Springs. Florida within six
EE-ZY TRAILERS Charleston South Carolina -
ENGINES PHONE 234-3605 QUIRED to file your answer or of said property being in calendar months from the ',.."<
AIR CONDITIONINGService MERCURY if in the of the first publication of this
written defenses any. the County of Clay. State of
[ACKAGE STORE YOU above proceeding with the Florida. .notice. Each claim or demand --
AUTHORIZED "FEDDEKS" SALES & SERVICECO FlED a suit has been filed Clerk of this Court, and to Unless such certificate or shall be in writing and shall left chair
against you and HENRY R. and Floya Bowen ( )
serve a thereof upon the shall be redeemed state the place
Sales & Service 4-0835 : CARUSO and PATSY Y. CA- certificates of the nun of the Florida Phosphite
PAULS office address
p1&1ntifrs attorney according to law the property
Home Phone S84-978O RUSO his wife, in the above- address claimant. and sbjal be sworn to Council. an association
name and appears described in such certificate or
Easiness Phone 284-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN All Legal Beverages entitled cause and that you are hereon on or before the 11th certificates will b: sold to the by the claimant agent. and/or cf the state's phosphate producing -
Open 8 A.M, to 1 A M. required to file your Answer attorney and any such claimor firms, presents a $1,000
day of March 1963. highest bidder at the court
E. REEDBookkeeping Duval Corntj Line with the Clerk of this Court I The nature of this proceeding court house door on the first demand not so filed shall be check to Dr. of the
and to serve a copy thereof I nold, executive secretary
4 AGIN'S North of Orange Park thePlalntifrs being a suit for foreclosureon Monday in Month of March. void. Florida Foundation for Future
the Plaintiff or '
upon a mortgage on the following 1963. which is the 4th day of! ./ PERLA GOUCHER
and Tax Service Attorneys whose Scientists, to provide a college
RefrigerationAnd SERVICE lying As Executrix of the Last
a PIANO described real property March. 1963. for winner in
1 Air 400 W. Walnut St. name and address is: KNIGHT and being in Clay County FlorIda Dated this 5th day of Feb Will and Testament of scholarship the State Science a Fair to beheld
/ KINCAID POUCHER & HARRIS -
I ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284-6721 GEORGE WEEKS 1112 Barnett Bank Build- to-wit: ruary. 1963. BRUCE MARMADUKE in Tampa April 4, 5 and
% PIANO SERVICE Florida Beginning In the NE corner George L. Carlisle MUNSELL. deceased 6. The Foundation will ad-
Green Core Springs ing. of the North one-half (N%) Clerk of Circuit Court of First publication February 21st. minister the scholarship for the
not later than March 18. 1963.
i Chrysler Alrtemp Sales Tuning RepairingPRONE of Government lot 4. lying Clay County, Florida 1963 Council. .
fail to do so a Decree
Authorized Philco CABINET WORK 284-327S If you West of Sand Clay Road. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 T.J.JENNINGS..m..
Pro Confesso will be entered
Service Box 50 Hlberala Rt. known as the Green Cove Attorney for Above styled Es- CLAY COUNTY SCIENCE
for the relief demanded -
: LINSLEY WOODWORKS Green Cove Springs against you Springs and Palatka Old LEGAL, NOTICE tate
Day Ph. 284-368O in the Complaint.This FAIR OPENS AT 6 PM
Custom Cabinetry Road as recorded in Deed Green Cove Springs. Florida
Night 284-3402: is to foreclose a
Office, Bar and Store Fixtures RF.AL ESTATECLARENCE real property Book No. 19 at page 453. except NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Feb. 21. 28, Mar. 7, 14. 1963 The 1963 science fair of Clay
8. Palmetto Hardware mortgage. parts recorded in Deed TAX DEED County's secondary schools opens
Green Cove Springs Plastic Laminates B. LAZETTE proceeded against is: :Book No. 34 page 124. Deed Sec. 194.16. F.S. this evening at the Ursen
Plywood MEADOW- LEGAL NOTICE
268 Deed Springs junior high
Book No. 75. page Cove
Phone Bus. 284-3223 Liscensed Broker In BROOK Unit No. 2. accord- NOTICE IS HEREBY -
377 and at 6
Book No. 45 at page school auditorium
FILL DIRTCHERRY Phone Res. 281-3803 Ing to plat recorded in Plat that Frank P. Cowart. the NOTICE OF SALETo
Green Cove Springs Deed Book No. 88 at page 53, number of exhibits and
Highway 17' North Since 1937 Book 6. pages 12 and 13. public records of Clay Coun holder of the following : James D. Wood In quality of work the fair
& LOVETT Green Cove Springs Homes Farms Acreage Public records of Clay County ty. Florida. All lying and beI I a has tax filed deed said to certificatesfor be issued Betty J. WoodP. may surpass the fair of last
in Government Lot 4. O. Box 342
thereon. The certificate numbers -
DragLlne Dump Truck APPLIANCESJim 11 W. Spring St Ph. 2844323CPHOLSTERER WITNESS my hand and seal Section 2. Township 7 South. and of issuance the Green Cove Springs. Fla. Junior and senior high
LIGHT DOZIER WORK of said Court at Green Cove Range 26. East. Clay County description years of the property and You are hereby notified that 'schools expected to enter exhibits
CLEAN FILL DIRT Carter Appliance Springs Florida this 9th day Florida. Running in a South- the names in which it was as- the following motor vehicle: are from Green Cove
:of February. A. D., 1963. erly direction along the Sand Heights and
Ford F250 Springs Keystone
Shell Clay Service. Inc. ceased are as follows: 1959
(COURT SEAL) Clay Road known as the Park.Exhibits .
FREE ESTIMATESPROMPT SHOP Certificate No. 84 S No. F25C9A17587 Orange
BAXLEY'S TRIM CARLISLE
A. F. BakerRefrigeration GEORGE L. Green Cove Springs and Pa- 1955 were set up by students
DELIVERYtbtifleous CIRCUIT Year of Issuance: May 31. will be sold at public sale at
& 1400 W. 'Idlewlld Av.. CLERK OF latka Old Road a distance of Lot 5 this morning under the
Service Phone 284-3505 COURTBy thence in Westerly Description 11:00 o'clock on the 28th day teachers.
Air Conditioning Service 150 feet a Island Estates supervision of their
Phone CO 4-6311 Green Cove Springs Grace M. Carlisle direction 100 feet thence Bik. 6A Fleming Thel- of February. 1963. .at 601 N. Judging took place this after
also all Feb. 14. 21. 28. Mar. 7. 1963. 150 Name in which assessed: Orange Ave.. Green Cove
Res. CO 4-0867 Seat Covers Panels In a Northerly noon. The public is invited to
ma Fla. The proceeds of
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, Major Appliance Repairs Auto TopsUpholstery feet; thence in a Easterly direction All of said property being in the Springs sale will be applied to the view the exhibits from 6 to 8
General Mgr. Washers. Dryers LiningS LEGAL NOTICE a distance of 100 feet the, County of Clay State of payment of the cost of retaking o'clock today and tomorrow
Doctors Inlet, FlaOPPORTUNITY Phone 284-3542 Sofas Chair to the point of beginning. Florida. from 9:30 until noon. 1:00 until -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT Said lot being 100 x 150 feet. storing and sale of said 5:30. and 6 to 8 o'clock.
Cushions Unless such
OF CLAY COUNTY DONE and ORDERED at motor vehicle and the cost of will bon
FLORIDA. In Probate No. 574. Cove Springs Clay certificates shall be redeemed publication of notice of sale Judging of exhibits creativity -
I \mOCKS "HERE I II Income Tax Service In re: Estate of WALTER E. Green County Florida this 6th day according described in to such law certificate the property or and then to the satisfactionof .scientific thoroughness thought clarity and
18 Years Experience SPENCER. SR.., deceased. of February 1963.GEORGE certificates will be sold to the the balance due under the dramatic value and technicalskill.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo contract covering the financing -
Short Forms-$2.00 L. CARLISLE highest bidder at the court .
Creditors and Persons of said motor vehicle. Any
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT court house door on the first Awards will be given to en-
Long Forms-$5.00 up having Claims or Demands surplus will be paid to you
For RentFOR MiscellaneousTV By: Grace M. Carlisle Monday in Month of March. trans who receive the approval
against said Estate: and you will remain liable for
Reasonable Rates for Business. Deputy Clerk 1963. which is the 4th day of of the Judge.Contributors.
You and each of you are any balance remaining unpaid
SERVICE, Anytime Don Real Estate. Rentals. Etc. Hobbs & Whigham March. 1963. to the Fair
RENT Nice 2
hereby notified under said contract.ASSOCIATES .
inside and Woollard. Phone 284-0615. Attorneys for Plaintiff Dated this 5th day of Feb Award Fund In addition to
house newly painted claims and demands -
REMLINGER present any DISCOUNTCORPORATION
9tfc PAUL 211 Jackson Street 1963. those mentioned in last week's
out reasonable, large yard appliances which you may have ruary.
furnished. Call Penney 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. E. Tampa Florida George L. Carlisle CRESCENT: are Clay Oil Corp.,
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- against the Estate of Walter Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 By: R. M. Armstrong.Coll. Dr. Thomas J. Hardin Jr..
20tfc Orange Park late of Clerk of Circuit Court of
Farms 5298211. Spencer. Sr., deceased
mowers. $15.00 and up :Me Gee's Mgr. Huntley's Food Center. O. B.
Welding & Radiator 520 N. CAREY'S TRADING POST Clay County. Florida to the LEGAL NOTICE Clay County Florida 1055 Main St.. Jax. Fla. Nail. Dr. Russell Jensen. Dr.
furnished Feb. 7, 14. 21. 28. 1963
FOR RENT 2 houses County Judge of Clay County.
Phone 281-3163. Feb. 21. 1963
Orange TRADE Albert Malaterre, Parkway
one 1 bdr. and one 2 7tfc WE BUY SELL Florida at his office in the LEGAL NOTICE
M. Paterson.Townsend's .
bdr.. extra nice freshly painted Three locations: Courthouse of said County at LEGAL NOTICE Drugs Dr. R.
i Notice is hereby given that a Park
I i LEGAL NOTICE Orange
inside and out. phone 529- DOGS BOARDED-home care 15 E. Palmer St. Ph.281-3280 .Green Cove Springs Florida
will be held by Food Center -
Public Hearing IN COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. I Pharmacy. Wilford's
5291. Penney Farms. Sltfc day. week or month. Rodlyn old within six calendar months
Kennels. 284-3973. 74cSMALL S Warehouse & antiques -ATe- from the time of the first publication the Clay County Board of AdJustment IN AND FOR CLAY I IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF and Dr. Doran D. Yelton.
furnished Gym Bldg. S. Orange on Friday February FLORIDAIn is invited to attend
FOR RENT 3 room of this notice. Each COUNTY FLORIDAIn CLAY COUNTY The public
apt. with bath. 100 West EQUIPMENTFOR "BIG TOP" tent BlandingBlvd. claim, or demand shall be In 22, 1963. In the Board of County re: Estate of CHANCERY the science fair and support -
St. phone 284-3213. 21tfc RENT At Ridgewood writing shall be in duplicate Commissioners Meeting LaMira Alvarez Gill deceased. RUTH Jr FEIGEL this educational activityof
You name it."e have it I Room In the Clay COunty Clay County's youth.
Furniture & appliances at shall state the place of residence NOTICE TO CREDITORS Plaintiff
McGee's Welding & Radiator Court HoUse. in Green Cove
SUe and post office addressof All creditors of the estate of: YLHUGH
Sale Real EstateFOR 281-3163 bargain pri:2S at
For 520 N. Orange Phone Springs. Florida. beginning
the claimant shall be swornto LaMira Alverez Gill deceased.! B. FEiaLE, JR.. LEGAL NOTICE
7tfc his agent or 8:00 o'clock p.m. and DefendantNO.
by the claimant are hereby notified required
SALE House and lot, 3 SEWING Expert Seamstress I! ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES attorney. and shall be accompanied One hearing Is called regardingthe to file any claims or demands 3564 NOTICE OF SALE
bedrooms, 2 baths terazzo Coats Dresses, Draperies Inc. by the one dollar filing Notice of Appeal by the which they may have NOTICE OF SUIT Notice is hereby given- that
floors at Pleasant Point. Call tfc law and any applicant. for a Rezoning. the office pursuant to a final decree of
Curtains. Phone 284-3159. We Will Trade for Your Car, fee required by against said estate in the THE STATE OP FLORIDATO -
2& .396%. 10 4p Furniture, Diamonds, or Anything such claim or demand not so following described property: of the county judge of : HUGH B. FEIGLE JR. foreclosure entered in cause
SITUATION WANTED void. Part of Tract 3, Creighton numbered 3540 in the Circuit
filed shall be Florida in the
for Mobile Clay County
HOUSE ON LARGE LOT of Value on a New 416 Sixth Street
nice neigh- /,/ Eunice Anderson Spencer Forest. Unit 2. according to courthouse at Green Cove Wisconsin Court of Clay County Florida.
schools Public stenographer Racine.
sale, near AVAILABLE: Home.
As Executrix of the Last Will plat recorded in the Public Florida within six I will sell the property situate
borhood. 2 bdrm CD. Call and Notary Public YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
lOtfc ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, and Testament and Codicil Records of Clay County, calendar months from the date in Clay County Florida, described -
St., suit has been filed
9679 Mrs. Jack Saam. Spruce that a
Inc. of Walter E. Spencer. Sr.. Florida in Plat Book 4. pages of the first publication of this as:
call 284-9370 between 8 & 10 against you in the above entitled -
6263 Roosevelt Blvd. deceased.Jan. 35 and 36, and being more notice. Each claim or demand Lot 6. HOLLY BAY SUBDIVISION -
FOR SALE Mon. thru Sat. 24tfc and are hereby
a.m. TCV 4.5584 31, Feb. 7. 14 21. 1963 particularly described as follows must be in writing and must according to plat
required to serve upon plaintifFs -
1951 Chevrolet INSTRUCTIONSMEN : state the place or residenceand thereof recorded in Plat Book
FOR SALE I 2-14 tfc attorney whose name and
DeLuxe. overhauled and painted. AND WOMEN NEEDED LEGAL, NOTICE For point of beginning commence post-office address of the address appear hereon your 6, page 38 of the current pub-
at the intersection of records of Clay County,
condition. 1963 and must be swornto
Excellent WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE claimant written defenses if any to the
& HALL NURSERYNow NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR the westerly boundry line of : Florida.at .
tag Included. Price $200 cash. No experience necessary gram JONES by the claimant, his agent bill of complaint in said suit
TAX DEED U. S. Highway 17 (State sale to the highest
Phone 284-4795. 21 tIc mar school education usually Open 7 Days A Week or his attorney or it will become copy of which is delivered to
Road No. 15). and the southerly and best bidder for cash at
Sec 194.16. F.S. void according to law.
sufficient. Train now at home you herewith on or beore
BUY OR TRADE Come Out Browse AroundSee boundry line of Creigh- the front door of the Clay
for jobs with Security. For details NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN February 14. 1963. March 4, A. D. 1863.
Our Stock Road. and run thence Courthouse in Green
For Your Used Mobile Home. send name, address, that Frank P. Cowart. the JOHN HENRY GILL Herein fail not or decree pro
Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance phone no. to: NATIONAL Highway 13 South of New holder of the following certifi- South 6 degrees. 31 minutes Executor of the Estate ofLaMira conf esso will be entered against Cove Springs. Florida between
on Your Coach to Trade. TRAINING SERVICE BOX C. Bridge, turn right at Colleeove cates has filed said certificatesfor 30 seconds West along the Alvarez Gill deceased -I you for the relief prayed in the 11:00 am. and 2:00 p.m. on
Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. Clay County Crescent. 24-10e follow &lrnSUse a tax deed to be Issued westerly boundry of U. S. hill "of eomnlalnt.THE March 4. AD. 1963.
Store 17 distanceof SEAL
No. a COURT
MOBILE HOMES, Highway
JOHNS thereon. The certificate numbers February 21. NATURE OF SAID SUIT
thence run First publication L. CARLISLE Clerk
Inc. and years of issuance. the 870.73 feet: BEING FOR DIVORCE GEORGE
2-14 tfc FOR SALE description of the property. and South 89 degrees 28 minutes 1963. PIERCEAttorneysatlaw WITNESS my hand and the By: Grace M. Carlisle
Our 300 feet THOMAS & Clerk
distance : Deputy
which It was assessed West a at Green
the names In seal of said Court
RELIABLE JUAN OR WOMANTo North 6 degrees 22 Feb. 21. 1963
take over Watkins Route in HOUSE (Large Grounds) ClassifiedPage are as follows: minutes 50 seconds East a 203-205 North Temple Ave. Cove Springs Florida, this
Certificate No. 158 25th day of January
Green Cove Springs. Good for Household furnishingsANTIQUES of Issuance: May 31. 19M distance of 907.59 feet to the Starke. Florida 1963. LEGAL NOTICE
up to $65 weekly to start. No Year boundry line'of Feb. 21, 28, Mar. 7, U, 1963
Description of Property:Part of South GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
Investment. Set your own In Deed Creighton Road: thence run Court LEGAL NOTICE
For Quick Lot 2 as Recorded Clerk Circuit
hours. Permanent opportunity. 4540 Clinton Ave. Book No. 47 Page 535. Orange South 83 degrees 28 minutes I LEGAL NOTICE By Grace M. Carlisle As of this date. January 31.
C. It. '
Full or part time. Write Results Park. Section 8. 30 seconds East along the Deputy Clerk 1963 I win not be responsiblefor
Ruble. Dept. F-l P. O. Box Jax. S. Side Name In which assessed: W. J. south boundry line of LEGAL NOTICEAs ERNEST J. JACOBS any debts made by anyone
2447 Memphis 2, Tenn. Gomel Creighton Road a distance of this date. February 14,, Attorney for Plaintiff other than myself.
1-14 I I-11 1 U H 11 U H Ul I III+++-i+
H 1IIIII All of said property being In of 300 feet to the point of 1963. I will not be responsiblefor : Address: Signed
X1XBUSINESS the County of ClaY. State of beginning.One any debts made by anyone 203 Law Exchange Building Fred R. Everett. Jr.
i Florida. hearing Is called regardingthe other than myself. Jacksonville. Florida
I 1 I i 114IIlt+4 such certificate or Notice of Appeal by the John H. Blocker
.III. .++++III ." 1111 H---4++--i-+++++++ .
- - certificates shall be redeemed!I applicant, for a variance on a Feb. 14. 21. 28. Mar. 7. 1963
DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT according to law the property Building Permit on the followIng ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTORCOLLECTORNO
FURNITURE described in such certificate or described property: LEGAL NOTICE SELLING. SPARE TDIE TO START
Am BASE FURNITURE CO AMERICAN certificates will be sold to the Lot 74. Block 1. Doctor'sLake Opportunity to own a local whol..OD.al.No.business* rt of.w your:. ue"own.'"
Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY SUPPLY CO. the court Business completely set up for xp .
OFFICE highest bidder at Estates Subdivision. NOTICETo Male or fcmait. No age limit. It la good Ja..lth.
Complete Carpeting Home Appliancce Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr, Owner court house door on of the March firs All parties in interest and citizens whom it may concern: I EARN VP TO f400 PER MONTH PART-TD1E
5053 Rcosevelt Blvd. Monday in Month shall have an opportunity win not be responsible for any local retail .to,.... Xt
Jacksonville EV '7-461 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists in 1963. which Is the 4th day of to be heard at said urn bills contracted by my wife on Ton naT.will auto.deliver references and collect and a from rain. SIM for 1.4 peftlOaal T to 12551.54.IntetVkw Is-
Office Supplies-Office Equipment March. 1963. February 7. vestment cured br laTeator Writ to.
Cameras Films and place. or after this date. address phone no. and past toUUry
TRAILERS Dated this 5th day of February. firing Dame
CLAY COUNTY BOARDOP 1963.
Pacemakers Peerlea Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries 1963. R. Floucher MORGAN ASSOCIATES
and Line of Greeting ADJUSTMENTBy /sHerman
Complete Carlisle 14Jrk..avfll.
.b Air Stream for Travel George I*. Herbert H. Morris 1464 Klngsley Avenue I lens Jan Mare Blrc. Smlto
Cards Clerk of Circuit Court of ; T, nrM
Used Trailers-Bank Financial Orange Park. Florida
6017 Rcosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blinding Blvd., 2655-57 Park St., Jacksonville' Clay County. Florida Chairman February 14. 21. IfiU, Feb. ,. 14. 21. 23. 1863
; BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. INO I Feb. ?. 1*. 31, :a. 1863
EV8-857* JaexsoavilU XV. HII! l.llli
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REPORTER: KAY STONE : r : '.;. l&qistonc! fiEtghts Betas\ :
MELROSE DEMONSTRATION LIBRARY HOURS COMMUNITY: CHURCHWOMEN DUPLICATE BRIDGE Golf Tourney, Winners NamedIn _
CLUB TO MEET FEB. 28 CHANGED AGAIN Keystone.Social Notes HEAR WINNERS NAMED -J '
the Annual George Washington the Keystone Heights Country
STORY and Mrs.
COSTA RICAN Mrs. Reha Johnson
The Melrose Home Demon- held their weekly pay
Just after we made certain Mr. M. Brown of Portland Mrs. Cam Bastedo former I Silver Trophy Tourna-
stration Club will meet Thurs of the Library houirs at the The eighth annual Luncheonof Lucille Davie held high score this being the first of five!! annual *
recently spent 10 Keystone resident now livingin ment played at Keystone
day. Feb. 28, at 2 pjn. in the Keystone Branch of the Clay Maine the Community Church- at the Duplicate Bridge Play tournaments known as
Club House. President Mrs. and passed it days with Lt. Col. and Mrs. Jacksonville is reported to women was held at the Park Monday evening, Feb. 11. Heights Country Club on Feb. the Tolles Trophy Tournament.The .
County Library on'
his to St. be in the Baptist
David Nelson patient
Grace Perry will call the meet- on to the public in this paper for on his annual way stay. hospital. of the Palms last week. One Mrs. Helen Phelps and Mrs. 17 (Sunday) Ed Moore and five trophies will be given
ingwer to order. Members will an- the library hours were changed. Petersburg hundred and ten members and Second Bill Lee won Low Gross in the by Zee Tolles. President of the
Louise Logsdon were
call by naming a good From now on. this is the friends enjoyed the luncheon First Division. Fremont Tolles Association. The 1963 Trophywas
seating habit. i i schedule: Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Bird Mrs. S. E. McKay and Mrs. and program. High while Mrs. Anna James i won by Pansy Hawes.
of Philadelphia Pa., were recent F. P. Egan are happy to hear and Herb Louth won Low Net. I
Yeast Breads will be the sub- Mrs. Charles Wallenius and Mrs. Norman Thompson These Tournaments will be
closed all of the David Nel- that Mrs. Thomas Elmore of In the Second Division Fay
ject of the program. A thoughtfor Monday Library day. guests president introduced Mrs. A. Sr. were third high. Novel Handicap Tournaments.On .
"Good Hu- 1 until 6:30 sons. Mrs. Bird and Mrs. Nel- Keystone Club Estates is recovering -I Mangel and Watt Hardenberghwon
this month is Tuesday pjn. p.m. :C. Holt who gave the invocation. Monday Feb. 25, theWomen's
mor may be said to be one of Wednesday Thursday and Friday son attended college together. nicely from surgery Guests and winter visitors All interested Bridge playersare Low Gross; Lois Olson and Golf Association will
which performed several invited to the Duplicate
the very best articles of dress the same as Tuesday. was were introduced and eleven Huntley Redf earn, Sr., Lot Net. start Team Play which will
Don and Jenny Shacklefordare weeks ago at Alachua General. games which are held on Mon-
one can wear in society.- Saturday. 9 until 5 states were represented.Mrs. Following the tournament a last four weeks.
happy over the prospect of Stella was nursing at the University day evenings at the Masonic
Thackery. Frank Hgen, program buffet supper and social hour The Women's Golf Committee -
Have visited Library a new house on their same I Medical Center when Hall at 7:30 pjn. On the sec
chairman and vice enjoyed by all. meeting
president hold special
lately? Have_you takena Keystone Lake property. We Hazel McKay and Helen Egan ond Monday of the month
made announcements of com- On Monday. Feb. 18. the next Monday. Feb. 25, follow-
Murrhee little time to look in the hear that the LaMees have were patients there and her however the Keystone Lions
window? We would like to bought the Shackleford's pres- tenderness and jolly nature ing programs particularly the Club use the Hall for their Women's Golf Association of ing the weekly tournament.
Insurance AgencyCARRY Florida Fellowship of Commu-
ent home and will move it to gave great comfort to both. dinner meetings. Then the
commend our Library Clerk. nity Churches and Area Meeting -
p a lot near the school. The Stella is now studying at the Duplicate will hold its meeting
Helen Lawrence for the attractive Shacklefords will then "start Teaching Hospital of Floridafor of March 29. either in the Library or in a
wtrw ADEQUATE displays and seasonal from scratch" the early part Practical Nursing License. I Mrs. William Walz, missionary home of one of the members. Weekat
INSURANCESee enticements to read that she of March. She also has done Nurse's Aid chairman and second vice Special this
+ of the president introduced the
work for the Auxiliary
has been making. We have and Abandoned waifs of Costa
Nice to see that Mr. S. E. Green Cove Springs Hospital.Her speaker. Dr. Horace Fenton !
found the Library a most McKay Real Estate is makinghis heart is in her work and Jr.. who served Presbyterian Rica. A&P !
: RICHARD MURRHEE restful place to spenda The Executive Board of the
pleasant new office quarters so attractive she looks forward to comple- churches of Florida for 13
Agent little time and we and Helen both inside and out- tion of her training. years before going with the Churchwomen will meet Mon-
Phone 473-4788 daya. Feb. 25. at the Educa-
Latin America Missions in Cos-
have had some pleasant remin- side. A little paint and a little:
Keystone Heights. Florida iscing together. clearing of unnecessary shrubbery i Miss Anna McCullough was ta Rica 15 years ago. tional Building at 9:30 a.m.
makes a lot of difference. happily surprised on her birth- These "Neighbors to the Mr. William Warren presi-
Mr. McKay's office is the day on Monday when her var- south of us," as Dr. Fenton dent of the Men's Club of the MARVEL BR.\\DICE
former Keystone Post Office ious relatives in Keystone referred to them are still in Community Church announces
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS building which in its former I I Heights knocked on her door their infancy. But when Mother Dinner on Feb. 25. at 6.30: in
KEYSTONE HEIGHT FLORIDA state did very little to enhance' Monday evening with gifts anda Stratton of Boston, decided the Educational Building. Cir- H GAL.
one's first impression of our birthday cake. Mrs. Ruth to make a great "Investment", cle 5, with Chairman Bertha I MUK r 39 ,
town. Bleha was also a guest. Miss her faith and efforts bore fruit Jones and Co-Chairman. Mrs.
McCullough resides at the 100-fold within three or four R. A. Gaunt will prepare the
We are also glad to see Hazel White Feather Court. years. dinner. I
'sI. McKay (Msr. S. E.) down- The first evangelical meet- World Day of Prayer will beheld i
town shopping and attending Friends of Mrs. John Himble Ing in 1927 at San Josa was at the Community Churchon
social functions again. She is of Lake Geneva are happy to held in a lumber yard but a March 2, at 7:30 pjn. Prices In this Ad are S00Ac1 t-"".*ti *!_*"M"r, February 23
making a spectacular recovery know that she is getting along few years later a temple was Members of the First Baptist
from her recent heart-surgery. fine and recovering nicely erected on faith. By 1929 The Church and St. Anne's Episco- Your dreams come true with
C. J. "Pete" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 from a dislocated shoulder. Bible Hospital was built and a pal Church will join in this
r 't k PLAID STAMPS
Keystoners who have been She is surely missed in the Canadian nurse. Dr. Marie International Day of Prayer.
around a long time will be sorry community when she is dis- Cameron, has served it ever Rev. William Worstall of St. IMI wE.r Anwrc t r.rrrra r wun, ..eF
to hear of the death of Mrs. abled. since. These people prayed for Anne's and Rev. J. R. Smithof
Leda Barnes who passed away 100 acres and a mountain the First Baptist Church 1
z This Old House Feb. 4 in her home in Erie Pa. Friends of Evelyn Scales are stream. The "Great Invest- will join with Dr. A. C. Holt
She was the former Leda sorry to learn that her motheris ment" paid off with 200 acres Pasto rof Community Church,
cf. Jt Caughey, who with her sister hospitalized at the UnIver- and 2 mountain streams the in leading the services. Mrs.
Ave.. Green Cove Springs Fla.
I' Elizabeth and her father. E. P. sity Medical Center. home of a' fine OrphanageBible Raymond Starnes is chairmanin
Caughey used to live in the Home for the Castoff charge of arrangements.
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houses house next to McMurtry's on Mr. ana MrS. wait O'Burskiof
Have you ever noticed, the older arc
Keystone Lake. The Caughey Toms River N. J., are
in the prettier locations? Roomier too! girls were cousins of Mrs Har- spending several days with
We have some that are Real Bargains.See old Lawrence the former Helen their friend. Mrs. Lena Clem- r
Ogden. ens and sons of Hillcrest before -
going on to Palm Beach .
Us for your Real Estate Needs Dickie Martin son of Mr. and Miami. ATYOUR FORD DEALERS FRIDAY!
and Mrs. E. T. Martin cele-
S. E. McKAY brated his birthday recently :Mrs. Nealie Rich has been a
with-what else-a "twist party patient at Bradford County
Liveliest of the
," at his home on Keystone Hospital since Sunday. Feb.
Keystone Heights Phone Lake. Guests included Jimmy 10. being admitted with a bad
case of Pneumonia. She is expecting '
Smith. Billy Belote. Roger
Smith. Ray Williams Reece to return home soon. Meet Ford's all-new Command Performance cars fresh from their world premiere In
Johnson. Thomas Hawes Steve Monaco!! At center is the hot new Falcon Sprint V-8 that won first in its class at the famed ,
Elmore Bruce Sunderland. Mr. Joseph Dey has been a Monte Carlo Rallye. Bucket seats, sports-type steering wheel, 164-hp V-8 and tachometerare
Pretty As A Picture Johnny Carnes. Robert Pate:'. patient at Bradford County :' standard. More news! V-8 engines now available with any Falcon!* Top:the new Fairlane
Donald Ugen, Marshall Gallup Hospital having entered with
Mike Murrhee. Kenny Noony suspected appendicitis. At this IA/W 500 Sports Coupe that took Alpine grades like a native. There'sI '
l lt Terry Christoffers Gena Massa writing he was still undergoing :... a choice of two V-8's and a vinyl covering in black or white for most America's care"free
Patty Cox Debby Kings- tests. its Thunderbird roof. Foreground: new Super Torque Ford careD
bury Sara Lou O'Connor. Deb- I .: Sports Hardtop with V-8 zoom up to 425 hp and sleek new roof-
bie Brault. and Dianne Ugen. Young DeWitt Law is a pa-
: line. This beautiful new hardtop looks like a convertible! YCOII.LaIAK...C..I.AOL.Nfu.pl
Gena Massa was voted the tient at Bradford County Hos- "'1' F.fco....... B ire and Clufc.._
best all-around dancer. Terry pital with a broken leg.
Christoffers and Ray Williams II "
were the best slow dancers; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Acosiaof
Best couples were Billy Belote Jacksonville were dinner r I -'Ti'L!
,and Debby Kingsbury and guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I _
Patty Cox and Mike Murrhee: Koons of Twin Lakes on Feb. -S S S '
-- '--t and winners of the twist con- 9. On Sunday. Feb. 10, Mr. t r ,
test were Dianne Ilgen and and Mrs. Leo Hanks of Brad- -
Kenny Nooney. enton, enjoyed dinner with l : ., '
Floyd and Dorothy Koons. e..
Mrs. Catherine Rose enter- womb mmn m MORACD e sot x r y a -
tot Fours KW COMMAND
tained for he rdaughter Glen-
Mrs. Joseph Stein is recov- rttfMIMJKt CMS dam""
da, on Saturday afternoon
ering from a sick spell suf-
Feb. 16. with a birthday party.
fered last week. She is still
Glenda was 10 years old on
confined to her home.
Sunday Feb. 17. She and her
10 little guests enjoyed all sorts
of games and favors and the Mrs. Beatrice Lavey motherof i
a Florida lake, framed by spreading trees and forest refreshments including a Mrs. M. A. (Bea) Schroeder.
green. Have fun in Florida's outdoors, but take care! beautiful birthday cake made of Half Moon Kajem is a patient -
Florida woodlands and forests provide employment for by Evelyn Scales were delici- at the Bradford County -- r
more than 50,000 persons. ous. Glenda was also the recip- Hospital. Prayers are asked for
ient of many lovely gifts. her recovery.
When woods fire strikes? -
All Floridians share in the tragic loss which comes when Miss Martha Jane Schaeffer. The Keystone Heights Unit
forests are hit by costly and dangerous wildfire. Duringthe younger daughter of Mr. and of Clay County Civil Defense r
Mrs. George M. Schaeffer. was
will hold a Pig Barbeque on
first six months of 1962 an average 10,000 acres, I
the guest of honor at a birthday 'Saturday March 9, starting at
daily, were swept by forest fire in Florida. party given for her by her 5 pm.. at the Masonic Lodge. a NI.
mother at their home on Tickets will be $1.00.
Wildlife is harassed. Human lives are endangered and
Thursday morning. Feb. 14
traffic snarled in the blind hazard of dense smoke hangingover Martha was four years old on
Remember P-TA this evening -
highways and thoroughfares. Sunday Feb. 17.
at 8 p-m. in the school I. : ,aye rh. ,
cafetorium. This will be the r ry 6.tt
Guard Your Forest Treasure. Gaboardi.Party guests Sheri included Prevost.Katie Willie annual Founders Day Program .
and it promises to be
It Pays To Be Careful With Fire Brett. Hank DeWitt Morgan.Joey Whitehead Yaeko- interesting.On .
Hinck. Helen Whitehead. Mar- -
garet Gaboardi. Mary Alice Monday evening Feb. 25.
BACKING THE PROGRESS OF CLAY COUNTY DeWitt. and Martha's aunt: there will be meeting for an
Miss Anna McCullough and persons interested In being in r a rues M S'fIIIOlIf
THE her god-mother Ellen Morgan.On the Keystone High School
band and for their parents. '
KEYSTONE STATE BANK. Saturday evening Feb. too. Full particulars will be II fGI G9rrADf
> 23. there will be a re-play of given on the cost of buying an, I
4 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA the Keystone 'Has-BeenV vs. instrument, and the cost of
Melrose "Has-Been's." which renting one. Instruments will
"YOUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY: BANK" r was time poorly on account attended of extremelybad the first be on demonstrate display with, and an evaluate expertto J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY
weather. The game will them. The meeting will be in
SERVICE begin at 8 pan. Proceeds will the school etorium startingat 601 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-.6511
Member FDIO" go to the Boosters' Club. 7:30 pan.