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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
Publication Date: January 21, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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likelihood I Is that ml estate atuasments. the taxable assessment* were tit.I million Last year total as- Until 1963, Mrs. Smith said she operated under 1941 went value tf any Improvements thereon.. ,
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County may be increased this year ai much ai 29 per cent aessmente were 174 million with taxable assessments at statute requiring assessment at "full cash value." This was C''Tba veadlUaal'af" ( said ....,..,. ,
$214 million. Thus total asseranente have risen approxinttely subject to such variable Interpretation she said as to result \
and that hundrtdi of property owners heretofore tax ax.empt While some of the lowest tax rates In the County are
33 per cent and taxable assessments are up *>Hlr In a 25 per cent assessment of "full cash value" In one
will go on the tax rolls ,The Creacent learned this county and 100 per cent in another. now paid by abaentoi 'Utnberland owners, the projected rise
cent. In assessments U not expected to affect the ownership of
week. Judge Durden's decision was based on a 1943 statute
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t In 1959 the Railroad Assessment Board estimated Cou.sty *
these for the the increase
assessment
This eventuality would not, however,'provide the jolt to assessments at approximately $1 per cent of full cash which attempted to spell out the earlier law The INS legislation properties will be genera),throughout reason the State and and absentee tax

County property owners comparable to What awaits those value . an estimate that U not fully! accepted by Mrs. defines seven criteria on which the assessment must largely companies will have to
of. for Instance Bradford County ..bere'aueumentl an Smith. Another recent analysts of County assessments and be based. These criteria are: owners paper no place go.

being approximately doubled. their ratio to full cash value has been completed but figures 1. The present cash value af the property The Co ntJ'" largest single landowner, an absentee
Embarrassed tax assessors all over the State are heedingthe have not been published. ,S. The highest and best ... to which the property can paper manufacturing' company pays an average annual tax
recent decision of Circuit Court Judge William U eaa be expected to be put .la the Immediate futures of 42 H cents an acre on approximately 40,000 acres of land.
On the basis of the 1959 analysis County assessments
Durden who recently ordered Duval County Tax Assessor w and the present ... af the property This years tax rolls will have to recapture more than
to reassess Dun real property at fun market value. today would be under 89 per cent of full cash value with 3. Location af said property. $15,006 In'County.taxes lost when the Circuit Court ruled

Mrs Louise Smith County tax assessor told The Crescent out In any way taking Into consideration any Increase In 4. The quantity or alas af said property Memorial Home Community was tax exempt The property

that in 1959 total assessments were UU mllll6n and property values. .; .. The cost af said ,property and the present rtplsce- weed st alai to $500.000.

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Vol. 39 No. 3 'I. '\ GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA -, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1963; :', .' > : ;J ",' 10 CENTS PER iJ Fy'I'I



Huntley Schedules TAXABLE SALES OFF Johns-Manville's Burnett in GCS
LAST MONTH OAS .


.1 As A Matter of Fact I Legislative- HearingsState SALES Clay In was the STRONGLY one State of In 33 UP which counties I I Sees Plant on Stream By; September I


Rep. Louis L. Huntley communities: Orange Park Jfl- December sales tax collections ,
and State Senator Charley E. hernia Doctor Inlet. Middle fell off from November ; : t: : 'f John's Manvllle'i multi-mil
butt: Rldgewood Bellslr, Mea- levels. x t lion dollar Transit asbestos
Johns will hold public hearings
dowbrook and Clay Hill. Sales taxes colllC'tedln the pipe manufacturing plant will
The Crescent herewith caactades a series at two article next month local
on proposed On Peb. II, Sen. Johns and County last month reflected i go "on stream on schedule
an the staff ef Sheriff Jennings Marrhea. Tea May lane legislation. Rep. Huntley will ht'&rhe taxable ales of approximately 4 xr y1a a r i iI K barring some unforeseen circumstance .

eceaalaa te can aa these area far help . knew their fuss Huntley said this week all views and suggestions of residents -" $700,000 accordingto hl t : C. B. Burnett, J-M1!

and cure.. proposed local legislation must of County Commission figures released by J. Ed I 1'' president Slid after Inspect'
be filed with tbtfthlef clerk of districts I and 9 In the courtroom -* Straughn director of the ; , Ins the plan her last week.
the House of RtforesontaUvea of the County Court Florida Revenue Commission. Burnett headed a' group of

by March 6. House The districts include 4'r t more than half a dosen top.J.II

The tentative program of Oreen Cove, Penney Farms1 At the same time, official on an unannounced
hearings schedules three of Russell and Virginia City, j Btraughn reported gasoline M visit to Oreen Cove, It
them at T:30 pjn on three sueressive A third and final hearing sales tex collections In December was his first visit to the 725-
evenings late In February will be at 7:30 pjn. on the wen more than one foot plant which It now taking
wning of Feb. 17 In tM per cent over those for the 1.i I. shape at the Intersection ofhlgnways

Residents of County Commission New City Hall In Kryiton previous month and a whopping 1 .S II and 17Expreulng .
districts I and > will be HtlihU Residents of Key I 20 per cent above those Y pleasure at the

be heard at 7.:30 pm. on the stone, Klngsleys Lake, McRae. for December, 1963March Plants progress, Burnett said
evening of Feb. II In the Orange and Belmore will be bard there would be enough steel
park Town Halt These All local bills are to be pr i Q and sidewall up within 10 dare

districts include the following sented at this time. 4$ of Dimes so that pictures of, the plant
,L-' 'oil 1 I'' can be shown st the annual

meeting of eorhpan. .. .
stock.'rdldfrs'or
Heads, the March, ot.Dime* Moth-, _.- .
!I.QiplfatAtithorllj March'ftBurnett .
er's March wlll.be: conducted was In the north .
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throughout the County next Florida area last '....S on a
Tuesday, Wednesday and In Green Cave far first lima, f-M Frealdenl C. B. Bamettrstreaaed flying visit to ImpMt the .nlanl
Leslie. Albert BIBBS, 1C, U asslcaed to UM Orem Cave _
area. A veteran af ss years service with Ua Sheriffs .,- rFt.kaier Thursday and to meet with J-M employee
lc*>. Deny Biaaa arrived la Greets Cave aearty t' years Marchers will! be calling from In the Jacksonville ares
ace via the Navy lie was aaalgaed. to UM third sal* to e**** door-to-door In Clay Hill. Mlddltburg. The Jacksonville meeting war
late the Naval Stalls here. A Mllve af laB FraaelM, heIs 7s Doctors Inlet. Orange one of a pries of annual Information .

a retired Chief Petty Officer with U years af N.nlwn. Part Keystone Penney Farms mtetlfigs with staff
lea behind.. hiss. Ha la asarried lha fonaer LUVaa W"" and Green Cove.Contributions members designed to bring de.

., Nalcbea, Mist. sad they lane ana dauibter.t""i should be tailed. plans and programs te
made only to authorised per* J M emplo,...
sons wearing Identification In the put four yearn Bur
R- badges nett! has traveled 1000 miles

Mrs H. L. Blsckmon, chair and has talked with approxl
s 1 7 ry man for the Green Cove March mately 4 000 employes st mort
Invites all nterested volunteer than 100 meetings
; Alrompsnylng him to Green
marchers to attend a coffee
etie 1 ? and organisational meeting Cove were: II. F Orth vk
1: next Tuesday st 10 o'clock In president, Marketing and General
,d e the educational building of the manager of the pipe Division

Orange Ave Baptist ChUrch ; C. W Hlte! ,'vice presl
S 4ir dent, Industrial Relation; F
E: Dutrher. vice president
OILY I I!* RACE
Building Materials divisions.II ;

IJI Present Indications are N, Jackson director of IndUaUlal .
w ri r there will be at least five In pleasure at led prsgreis a( bh Company's Relations/ and F, J

the race for two seats on maltl-Biilliea d.Uar Trsftalt aabeatos pip ananafsfliirlngaclHlyt Solon Jr* Vice president Advertising

the Oreen Cove City Com- ( said It weald be "an stream within eight menlha.ICVIVAL and Public Relations
mission on March 3
Both ; AT AtlHLV Of30D
Incumbents Com
t mlsaloners Ben Zfllner and ( till'Rill STARTS
Warwick itNUAY' JAM'ARr! 14
Kenney
11 are ex-
peeled to stand for n-..leelion. Rev E: A. Lewis pastor of

Dewey Ralph. Header.. 3/. wed has beau with the b Three others have Indicated he Assembly of Ood Church,
Sheriffs since far aeartj a year, la aeiigaed to the Sight they would run >.krld.e Avenue Green Cove
tuft. Beauty Hsaarriaa has U yeses eiatrtear la law Mrs Carietoa Clark. .f Middkbarg. haa bees named though no one has yet qualIfUxt Iprlnis announces that there e

eafaeceaaeat west IB hit aatlv Onn.... ft. C, fas St.Laais. caalrama of UM beard af directors af the C.tinljr IUHtol rill be a revival beginning
aad as a deputy far Wee aid a half years IB AlathaaCawaty. A....rlly. earreedlBg OHr,. F. 0..... At the b.srd'esaral Deadline for qualifying Is Sunday night Jsn 24
Dariag that years ha hM atteaded a ..... afUw saeetiag last week. I.... Paee. of Oraaf Part Feb Registration booths The evsnidut will be Rrv

eaferecawat era**!?. Ha .... ha It.,.....* BMgbto.Mark was ..... vice chairman! O. E. Wiggins ef a.,...... will close on Ftb. 19 at I 1r.. Duncan of Terre Haute "
tr ssetw, sad Mr. 1M.... terretory. o'clock. /nd. BVrvlrcs will be "held\ e .
1 1r illhlly st 110: o'clock. ....



1 V.I.A. And:: Civic. Groups .



iIT Plan Service Progrgm:



Sf. editorial!, page 3) Fowls' Is studying and evaluating UMM areas seed II0\
prsaeat soon concrete proposals at another meeting in In*
Industrial title and professional groups Joined with near future.

the Oran Cove Y JA. Woman's Club last week In the kkk Representing the VJA. In addition to Mrs' Pupkln

off of a community service program aimed at a better were the following board members: Mrs Rink Canov.

Oran Cove Springs.Approximataly Mrs A. D. Duck Mrs Call M. Durnbauld. Mrs Warwick

2) civic leaders met with members of Ksnney. Mrs. BrsaUey Lucas, Mrs Chsuncey Moore, Mrs, .... PNStk.r. faie I)
the board of the VIA. to explore Green Cov, dvte needs nard Priest and Mrs, Clause Smith Gisge Mjivttl Oweas, Jr, .*......! Cecil .....
and to roOTdinato. after a fun examination, a program Representing the Oran Cov' City CommiMJon were fee she pea fight years has rttlgoed to ...... ('....,

that Is to .be called Oren CoN Springs Greater Community City Manager Ben ZeHnrr and Commissioners Warwick\ A..al ef retaaad e....'. -I
Service Program Thru Edoeatlea( OIC Thru E:x, KttkAey and Martin Harris. Owea*. ..M rtMelred au a*>......,.... at Ik* Valvenlly
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John Fowler director of Community Serrrtesa at W Others Included: Jack Oarrard representing UM Green .( rVNrWa la Did sad his saMter* degree la. U5I. wid lake

Johns River Junior College, lad a daraaston of cam sUIIJI, COWl Springi Tam Co ; Prank Clark. representing UMJohasManvilM at bye sew awrfiiMi ,.'. la.Paring .
,..... 34. Is .. .. tile MUaVfesg-Clar BUIarea.
age serricca and ...... The areas of eonattnity need in Co; Mrs. Diane Drnoa r, reprwentlo ki* leases la Ibo C...., M Ms .... atlaaBr
Friar to Jstaiag tha SheraTs stiles SVawty Jataawaa Oraea CoM discusaed were: the pressing hoed for a Juvenile Climate Condll onl", Prank Strut, rrprnentlng McObr- ,.<.*.>.. with yaala. ....." I. UU ...... ta. C...., 4-H
Chevrolet, tut hs Cease Cov sad tetirto
wits Reocrt ) *
center to karp the guys youth off the streets: Dead for a sick Concrete J. R. ....., representing OusUfsons elute. have lawreaaad la eteaikershla fees tl to Sera Uun
that Ma ..... with the ftacrttTs orD** B. has alsarrvd
central swage eoUeeUon and. treatment system, the absent Dairy H. R. Reloa. County Sanitarian; Dr. T Luke Oten- gee bna At the asses UaM UM C.say Ka ......... Ha I
far Ows* years as a deputy hi Waaaiagtoa State sad of which to said to be Jaopardldng UM health and non representing the City's medical profeaalon; Mrs tint. Slate 4H Chit pe, .sidesU.ed/ & Ts,l*.)" tw.
test a all -tIaa **an* la law safarassaiaC' ato la a asttw
growth of the CUy; and. finafly/th ..... to engender In BranUey Lucas. Jr, Junior Womana Club; Mrs Frank .Uto'VlaalM bed 4glag Seams a Slato-wlaantg ",..
.. Clay Caaaty. B. Is lurried to la* baser Eeaaa Have
all the.residents of the City a seas of progressive civic Cowart. and Mrs. Hugh" flnotth, UM Garden chibs.: Victor labia Mfla .tear sad alher ........ /
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..r. ., _..... Okie. They fcev tars .
prtda. L Ashley, Rotary: Ale Puptin. BU: Drwa/d Priest, A aattewar to Owea say a* aaaird by the Beard .,
Continued on P..;s Pour" According to Mrs. Ala ..... prsatton of UM YJA.- caW Lode. F. A. M. and Prank Barrington. Jaycees tvaaly C mmtmt...,. .1.... UM mist N day*.

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It Qltay Bounty( : (Emceut! ,THURSDAY. JANUARY II, INS
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and patience was Christian testimony "wheezei"

Hag ffioutitg\! Crescent! ThCasualtyCount; i\ ( :'byrerr*j 1 ,>i MRI+leucur"eYEP'r a 'I'm'Awfully 1 Well! ''' f 'by never gentleness Isaiah better"A represented bruised reed than he our and knees spiritual unbended"arthritis"for prayer keeps,

;. I will not break and a dimly but. wonder of wonders, and in
WHAT a MOD TOR CUT .II cool W* TIll CIIDCINr' 91 burning wick he will not spite of our being a complex

DUMCAN OUXnWAlTl'' GROREll-mlTOlI l :MD PUBLISHER quench''. He will not fall nor mixture of good and bad. God
,.... ....., .. SECRETARY The Rev. Dr. Geerg* fusedLi'
OIZABCTM LEONARD CHOMM + + ;=dJi be discounted till he baa established both uses us and laves \III! So

'' INAIMMB J twit: Tmiwwt Bt CKSCBT Pane Inc.. 1 ; the least of the apostle," he' Justice in the earth we can say with the Boston
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r, o. MS IT.Culls says to.the. Corlntlans "unfitto When Jesus came, he left Cardinal "We're awfully well

Covi SWNU.'GCS 1843166licom PIORIDATlUPHOM H I I', be called an apostle because.'his place in Perfection' and for the shape we are inl'! "

CUM'rofTMl r... AT *.... Cove fniirai. 'IOI.N. ) I / I persecuted the church of God. Eternity and he became part of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 00 0 f '" .1;:, But by the grace of God, I am. this soiled reality of a world.
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ONE'YEAR III' ADIANCB' ....... .. . ..... ... .*. ( (J !:Y. ', '. what I am." It is u If he Aid He became poor for our sakes CHURCH NOTICE

TWO YHAKI IN ADVANCE ...., .......... . .... I am a sinner, but sinner says Paul. The only people with CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE
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'a saved by grace and. to quote whom he could do nothing BOCIETTCor.

; THI 0A -OR |n 1L II LATe FO* Mr fIWIN9,wags" him "In aU our many troubles 'were the Pharisees who considered -

,.- . I. . I my, cup la full of consolationand themselves perfect. E.. Houston St. A
Churchill I ", overflows with Joy" (3 ,They were the Puritans of that N. MagneUa Ave.

: :rf ii. Cor. 7:4): ). And he could have ,day; they obeyed with marvelous GREEN COVE SPRINGS
the role of Winston added "I am fine, considering strictness all the external FLORIDA
possible today to define
It is scarcely i.
I the shape I In I" I
Churchill In the unending struggle of man to keep am requirements of their religion
and enlarge his freedom P'f g1. ) SDR. A preacher friend of mine They knew exactly who were
says we Christians are all..the "11004"' and who were the Try a email Classified Ad

Churchill's articulate; dogged defence of man's rights; \ GEOEOE P. HOWARD crooked sticks with which God "bad. for simply amatol.remits
his stern advocacy of the relentless fight to hang onto them -1. ,draws airtight", lineal I Ood's We are all sinners Our
Is not surpassed in our language or Ideology. To 'frequent Q dlcQ..IIo i, -

His mighty, weapon was.,the English language which he of his Boston health.:usually Cardinal replies' Cushlng witha 'BlIStn

bent and stretched and enriched to. his own Ws Britain's caiual, "I'm One, Just ftnT I. Investing>> Is, Serious ,

uses recalling the. ...great: English put; But now he hu expanded that

The old man, Soldier of the Empire, the Man of Dover reply Into a rhyme. In a recent After all, it's your own money with which you are dealing. That i i"

and Watchman of the Blitz. Is gone The world created In number of the arehdloceian: why we believe that purchases and sales of securities should be made

Athens and Rome, the culture we call Western Civilization III fl I newspaper The Pilot the 89 with a definite objective in mind.
will not llkeljriee his genius in another mlllenhim yesr-old prelate published this
For Winston Churchill was very nearly unique In 2ODOeal'l bit of whimsy: Obviously ''investment decision should be based upon a study of

of western civilization. One''may think of Julius "I live out In Brighton, close to available information. It is our business to provide the services! and

Ceawr who gave laws and highway to unlettered peoples DM r..", "a foMjr Smtlc B. C. (Boston College) facilities for investing in 8oouritie .-..That-i... .why our.research.and

from England to Africa or.of, Charlemagne' who began to And I'm just as healthy as I analytical personnel in Atlanta are daily concerned with the study
bring some unity to wild tribes in Europe or of Elizabeth I, can be. various industry
within the
of industries and individual companies -
of England, who seduced where she failed to conquer or of Jiotltfefcer I have arthritis In both my many "

Victoria who cried or stormed,'.getting. her .way In the building knees group. ,
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of a vast Empire. "' By DUNCAN G. GRONER And when I must speak, thenI Their conclusions, opinions and research reports are always available

Winston Churchill was different}Arrogant and Idlocyncratlo With all their museums and libraries and great music talk with' a wheeze. to aid investors in making decisions.
My pulse is weak and my blood
genius: self-centered, stormy, unpredictable possessed big cities have the dreadful and,monotonous disadvantageof Is quite thin We invite you to call on 'our.Regi tered.Representntives in the Jacksonville -

of powers, almost forgotten He used the',English language crowds and dirt and ruthlessly never-ending competition.And But I'm awfully well for the Office. They will be happy? to be of help.
as perhaps only William Shakespeare ever,ttaeeV' it: a poetryto yet small cities such u Green Cove have their own shape that I'm In.
marshal the greatness of his people. HU Ilfi ridged the built-in and frustrating shortcomings: they are all too often
The Christian, worn asked
almost chasm between Victoria, the'ultimate'J!snob and stepping stones to bigger and uglier and more remunera
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his soul health should
Harold Wilson, the socialist monarchist. tive goals
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be able to reply like the Cardinal -
There 1s a legend that when Cb 1rch l'I'1Iland'Portress My point can be most easily made by citing some of "I'm fine; I'm awfully
faced Invasion by Hitler the Briton summoned his peopleto our younger leaders who have within a matter of months, well for the shape that I'm in."
tight on the beaches without really knowing they would gone on to bigger worlds to conquer: Gene Zimmerman None of11 Is perfect. But

but knowing they must. The same legend says they were Conway Owings Jim Itley and now George Owens God c.n181 us even If we have

prepared to do It because Winston Churchill believed It, 4",'. Each of them , and I don't pretend the four comprise "spiritual arthritis" or a rellgl-
could'''be done.'J \ the hats , has had, in his own way, something especially cue stiff neck. He dots the batHe
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his own: Gene Zimmerman, an almost incredible can with the material available
Another,.yet more symbolic of the man recalls him on perception lAd
compassion; Conway Owings, something likea 'He maketh even the
the death of his sovereign George VI. Old Queen Mary, the genius to mould Into activity congenital hand-sitters. wrath of man to praise Him &c
story goes watched her son, the King, lie dying and demanded Jim Isley,, sn emergent sense of leadership whose basis lies God can use our follies and fl:

I the crown of Empire be brought for her grand somewhere between the persuasive candour of Conway blunders in His great design. $.dlmmttv,1'iIvJ

daughter. It was, of course, Winston Churchill who wentto Owings and the quiet diplomacy of Dan Shaw, This does not relieve us of responsibility +
the ,Tower and demanded . and got . the dazzling Racing Into the face of "sweeping generalities" I thinkit for the evil we do ,I./" .I/J".
crown and' took It to the young Queen and put It-Gn her can be I&i!' that no one locally in recent years has had or the blunders W4 make. The f; .!.J.!Ji.I l'L tae FlorIda NatUnal Bank Bldg.Jacksonville. "'" / c ,. .t.,(.,,,,

head,; <, on our youngfttn the direct and highly beneficial influence; thought of Stephen slain with -. _. .J Fla. TeL EL MiM !!:- / -i 1
as an individual;comparable (to that of George Owens And Paul c4.. Joseph A.Mathews James,Holmes m f.J-
The world, England, America, Clay County are richer, encouragement must LUlrM./,(: ..
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far richer, that this man livedAnother. In' so saying, I risk the contradiction1- of every minister fn have harried the apostle noel 't \ !iVlchael Darby j: _t-Jf- II'*! W.-" "ll 1 L. g;'. (;

the county t ,_ to the end of his daysI am - t .
I believe George Owens is as deeply dedicate.- a man as
I ever knew and I would ,(
; hope for confirmation in this
FirstThe view from young Edward B Taylor, president of the State
4.H Council

Crescent II proud to chalk up another first in Its I am not so much impressed by the Imposing vital

history statistics of George Owens' 8-year tenure In the County as . .
I am by the testimony of the hundreds of our boys and .
On the editorial page will be found an advertisementof girls he has tutored. For in L
his field, it la the successful BANK of GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Courts ft Co., one of the fine solid brokerage firm in persuasiveness of his relations Which these kids that counts U
the United States Courts whose main offices are in Atlanta
You can't bull your way through with them and any parent
:TLOBIDA
LPBINOS
OILEEN COVE
,. ha an office In the Florida National Bank..Building knows It all too well .. ,;
In Jacksonville and other southern cities.
many George Owens Christian
a deeply and worldly man: he
One of the partners of Courts was, for many years bas something of the perception and compassion of a CtTASUSMf lees
chairman of the Board of Governors of the, New York Gene Zimmerman; In the paradoxical field of charm and
Stock Exchange: We think nothing more need be said. hard-headed conviction he is more than a tyro in the field '\ rAt C amlgt* Oldest ami Largest Sank :. :o

in which Conway Owings was locally a muter. In the department 1ft .
Tht Crescent is the first weekly newspaper in which _of blailnf I smiles and lefi-get-down-to-funda- :.. '"
this great firm hat ever advertised. It Is a trial run of eight menials,"he Is not much behind Jim Isley, And entirely \i1L; .

weeks,' V parenthetically, because 'we still have him, Dan Shaw Is .. .
," not too far ahead of George Owens In the field of warm and I'. .
Those who Invest in stock and bond will find a warm -
generous goodwill, an area In which Dan Shaw is a master. ....' .t "
and knowledgeable response from member of the staff of ", 1r
The fact II, I believe George Owens Is a many-faceted ;.
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Courts ,in their Jacksonville offices.In -
man; far more able and far more aggressive than such a .

.their field Courts 1s u 'blue chip as some of our .small community u ours has any right to hang onto. He .
other advertiser: AP, Burlington,'the auto manufacturers. has worked with enormous success, in a delicate task in y :
.Standard Oil of Kentucky, Southern Bell General which he must always have been conscious there was behind ,

.Electric;- .Phllco:, and others him a man of the competence and stability of E, D. Mo- ,,,." . :
Call, hit boas.
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r I We're Inordinately proud to welcome Courts, even for 'N: .
LIlt summer X watched George Owens g* off Into the .
: a trial run. F
unknown with more than ISO wildllngs , among them /
rl ....J,...4 .Q .. my .
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l, own ion The Individual fortune and happiness of each of ...
t these small monsters was the responsibility of George .
I Owens If one of them were to come back with an ingrown 1" .,

f '.GCS"Thrii ,E toenail It would be laid parentally at the feet of this winning
GCS, and winsome young ....... There wu no ingrown toenail t
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Green Cove's ,y.t A., and the clvio groups that Joined misty-eyed countenance ef Oeorge Owens who had keen
with N Mat week.In th l beginning of an analysis of our taken for a joy ride by most of his charge, adored by
needs****'to:1 b* congratulated They an formulating a''' all of them and safeguarded from erltfelam by their universal l
program called,(trod not yet defined Green Cove Spring' respect for him as a man and leader. It
Great Community Service:'Thru Education: (OC8OCSThr When atom Owens has gone to hie new and more

.RGnaw),;: ' *, responsible position we shall, U time Dad a TenUomml

COTs need' thing thai It will be hard perhaps impossible, to replay Gorge
many group, working,
together,eaR pnvidt a youth center with supervised noun Owens. As It has been Impossible to replace Gene Zimmerman
of recreation ,and hobby-training: a': larger library; an and Conway Owing MIll Jim >...,. We will '"* ..... tow Cost Bank Loan
thing different With vary differ*** attitude. We will need -
audit*****, more a&4 better street lighting. beautification
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'etasYul'hone'tw) his own pet project, and most of them to tolerate these aw attitude and George Owww' uccawr.h ) ..,.. ,4 .
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are,worthy of consideration. .
.' will be. SMtbee'Ips ea. .T *...MM. Al Otorg ,
Bedrthl thing Green Cove need more. than a youth OWens will face Ms ova pedM Of adjustment because be
center! |i' a eonnensus of aspiration! '. single purpose will be goo hilt Ckur Oemty. % *** to bee lake M. ft Does the first of the year find you with a lot of bill to met't i iConaoUdate'
to 'which w* aD can and will work: With everyone workin young man, a* tedelM. narb. t
r together. *with th total elimination of the attitude them I ,Borrow enough to pay them off repay

ttatvJT:;lOtta keep shop, let Joe do It, th* achievement ofdietis .t low,bank rate on easy ponthly terms. ",h& '.
need will be a simple matter Without It, an ,
..ra>MMt. light will be a Herculean task.
Helm
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.. individual. It should be said our weakness lies incur , ,
vine fragmentation. There are too many organisations t
with limllar ideal and different project . and officers. Funeral Home : Telephones: ,...,
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several duplicating groups would do away with a lot of ,
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officer i But It :would do away, too with a tot of programs Funeral Director J ,
that somehow never get beyond the awing board 1 "" -

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most charmingly feminine way to browbeat a lot of men GREEN COVE SPRING tUMUDAHWT. '
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I 'Cove Socials' i Peek Hodg tllAUUb-- .1. _. "-. ;Reception follows [Imallatton I Wendy Jensen Installed As .

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Worthy Rainbow AdvisorWendy I
MIll Sandra Stump returned Cotorada,where they will make To Wed C' }or

to Piedmont School of Nursing.ln their home.. Mr. Newblll. who
Atlanta after I I Jensen was installed led as the mother advisor for
bavlnc'apent recently completed his service Mr. and' kin. W Peek of / as worthy advisor of the Oreen the coming year succeeding
a two week vacation with her in the Navy, will return' to =
parents Mr. and Mrs. Daisy Arkansas, announce the Cove Order of Rainbow for Mn. Annabel Loftln'who has
W. Burch the University of Colorado
Stump., engagement and coming marriage Girls, Assembly No. 77 last served In this capacity for two
where he will enter his Junior of their daughter Elaine, by Claire Park "!tc Saturday evening, January 16,' ,..n. Mn. Loftln received her

year. to Leon Hedge, ion of Mr. and at seven o'clock In the.Masonic past mothers advisor's pin
CoL.Ray Uaisengale, a former tin.'Olen Hodge, Sr., of Oreen' Summer Beauty Forecast- HalL from Mertle LeClalre past
resident; spent few Mrs. Harry Perlman la a I
a days Cove. The Hoiiey.Befffe..
i Ann Loftln put worthy advisor mother advisor
In Oreen Cove recently patient In Baptist Hospital
calling
The marriage will take place Something tititlng! It bappenineto served as Installing officer Wendy Jensen received the
on friends. CoL Maasengale was where she underwent surgery on Saturday, January )I, at I complnuaai mmmcr.They'dgoing : Other Installing officers Mettle LeClalre worthy adYl.or' .
enroute from Atlanta to Rustle last week. two o'clock at the Pentecostal HonevBeiftlFoe
i wen: Janis JEschuck.: :BrendaTyre pin from Janis Eschuck.:
where he plans to the list time ia many years
spend Holiness Church. Green Cove. W WthemeFair Carol Spearman, and who In turn received her past
: Look will tat be limited to a aiAal
the winter. Mr and Mrs J. M. Cutberth.
I All Mends and relative art Ladies,Moon People odCleopatrai. a.t Leslie! Rows, all past worthy worthy advisor's pin from Ann
of Tallahassee wen the week invited to attend the weddingand Mooty-Bclge it. store or advisors. Loftln. past worthy advisor.

The Rev. Gene Zimmerman end guests of Mr. and Mrs. reception a mood directly'inipind by aaturaN a surgetoward ? ,, AYM1Ml Other elective officers who The Advisory Board, composed -
Is the guest of Col. and Urs.Oother Tracy Saunders. 1 installed of members of -
: Betsy
I 011 la make-up..; were wen sponsoring
Martin while spendingthe And it*keynote ,is r rl2 Oroner. worthy associate advisor organizations: Order of
week ID Oreen Cove. I the Mrs.I Tracy Saunden was METHODIST'YOUTH VISITUNTVEBSITT I 0' ". a skis that gives :. ; ; Sherrie Barrie Charity; Eastern Star Chapter No, 49;
recent guest of her son the. tapraaioq of
Joanne Swanson Hope; Jennifer and Cabul Lodge No. lee P *
and or FLORIDA btlag( elihtrlightly
daughter-in-law; U. and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Newblll. I Mrs Ed Saunden and grandson /. touched ort -1 Hamlin, Faith;. Ann Loftln. were Installed. They are;
the former Beth The Senior High Methodist o Fr embraced recorder: and Carol Spearman, Mrs Mertle A LeClalre, chair
Pool
left !last .
Mark West of Leonard- I
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Youth Fellowship of the Pint eon w. treasurer man; Hugh P. Bonds, vice
Friday
morning for Boulder I town. Maryland. 1 / l\\) The whole
I Methodist Church visited the IV \ IIOIat of this Look The appointive. officers \Installed chairman; Mn. Geraldine Parley
University of Florida campus \ I It It*completeoeMan wen! Ann lager chaplain mother advisor; Mn Lois
Stalling To Speak at Gainesville last Saturday.The '- Imprtnloa thai everything ; Chrlstel MUbergtr. drill Gravely Mn, Mae Hendrlcks.
laP was greeted by mem- from your:make-ap and M TOUT coetvmeYolort leader; Marsha Cooper love; Mrs. Annabel Loftln Mrs
I belong almost blend|
ben of the Wesley foundation together For "instance the subtl 't. y 111 rte.t Sara Page Long, religion; Nancy Rowe Mrs. Louise
,On Communism at the University and conducted golden MM of you* Ala would McoMptinamud Brenda Thomas nature; Nor- I Smith, Joseph K. Cooper.Thad
on a tour of the camp '' by peels apricot ol 't I lent Elliott; Immortality; Lyn B. Croasley, Prank A. Foun
Those Karen I I orange colored 11pstic e-eyy t lain Charles E.: Letter
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State Rep. George Stalling State. attending were: I shadow, mascara and liner would da Kenney, fidelity; PaUey Harris
I Riven. Jenifer Hamlln. etr toward browns and Paterson patriotism; Karen Rowe, Mn Eleanor PlUslm-
Jr., of D val Following the discussion I greens ,
win be refreshments -
County
Carol Craig, Joyce Scott, Terry ". you're ahopplag for cloth**, i Harris service; Dianne Swanson mono worthy matron! and I.
the principal speaker at a will be served In Fullerton Steve Burkholder, )ou'II alto socks that Fathion hatiM t ': confidential observer:.Pat H. Williams worshipful muter -
the school cafeteria: \penied. by producing )
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County -wide and Don Scott temp % Melba ,
discussion on tarry Ray. Inglv budass-bnJtleg collection ol : Hodges outer observer;
Americanism'.-Communismat UYP Counselor and the Rev. garment*in glorioua yellows,waterreena i Bryan, musician and Julie Williams Following the Installation, a
the Gordon Craig accompanied the ,, peadiv-pinlu..all repeating choir director reception was held In the
Mlddleburg School at group.IIONOII: that. ,Important golden under- lire Jerry Parley was bats! Methodist Church Social HalL
I o'clock on January 28. ;PRINTING lone
The meeting Is being ( But back to the iku-becsMte this
by the sponsored CMc Ywnf h where. It aU Wclna.A true Honey- Shewn above at the reception ,.."' .. their InataDa-
Mlddleburg Methodist LflLCEDaW Beige compkilo CM be created by lien la the Order ., JUInbew for OMrto. AaMmkly. Me IT
Church and the Womans wearing' Angel. Fan Ivory Tinted arei Mrs. Genuine Parley, soother adviser, lent and 'iJ COTNEY
Society of Christian Service.Stalling a Liquid Mats-up at a foundation
TN< diRMATtIiT d ender a deeper ahade. of loess orpiateed Wendy Jensen, worthy ...'.....
was Instrumental CALL THE CRESCENT CONTRIBUTION YOU p wder. recently n getting through the I) It hel,. I
AND Z CAN MAKE TO reasons: ( crate any con
State Legislature a bill to present OUR COUNTRY'S girt thai might edit between the
similar programs In pub 284-3166 natural' .color of your akin (eipe 'I SERVICE
PHONE : FUTUR1 IB TOBUVU.BY .
lic schools: throughout the : sally if It's inclined M be pink) and
the dtllciitly tanned surface RIVERVIEW
SAviNOfl BONDS! demanJed Look.(2) it den Cr... Park A l aa.- JaekeenvOUPhenei
lies and makes Importani the re/ef t. .,
of Ae powder. y gy...*IT ef."KV4C4I1Preen
for a creamy or light effect yodwould ; ,c RESTAURANT .. "al 'Silts J.
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pat Ansel Fact
loot or passed GoId..BeI"1' . ,
Ivory founditlon. If f ,Rwy,17 at Mack Creek
9. lint on the warm tide (Honey.Beiseery I .B8.S.,
very slightly touched with. I
hue) your overtone would be aa
Anile'l Face shade called Honey. .
CLEANERS Top It off with a new hairdo dial's I BUSINESSMEN'S} LUNCHEON the entsDeat le the UUU1CSTIDlitributor :
.ell line and thine.
For fun and devastating effect bl Miller Tires Autolitd 'li'RCCAPPWO "tt rll"
filed wlih a pair of Ulte' eyelaiheaiWear
IS' M. Orange A..... ORXCN COVE: SPRINGS two lipMickt issued of on4 *I "The Rest Stafooil, nib Jltatl, and Stroh .
.! raw.U.L,r,sore pate, almost shin' --4 peat I II -:- RmuADnra
under a clear bright: ernEe to pro, I Short 0/-AVw York/.." REPAmmoOKANdK:
duce a subtle I mMdle thade thyfH.ld
never be contained in t sing -andtn-

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with this tube sew((23-lnchee 21* recUngular . TIll Ttfir if.tht ynr was just iwnitdl Car If duo Vllr by IIItIr _

overall dlsg. tube mess;
274 sq. ll. picture ,,'-w-
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natural looking shape

than ordinary 21' (ZU 4f _
sq. la. viewing area) ; e

round color tube sets. .

Yet cabinets are trim .
and tttrsetlve becausethe .

tube it approximately
ft Inches shorter than the
round tube.

' See the new shspe In color e. .

television Motorola ::; MFrr
Color TV with the 3-fDCh

rectangular tube, today! I

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MACKENZIE ALEX MARTON

/As A Matter ,of Fact SAM SAUNDERS J-M Sees Record 1965 New Servloes ANGUS for Angus MacKen- Services for Alex Marten 85
old, held
AT INAUGURATION tit, who ,died Sunday at his years were at Helm

(Continued ,on Page 7)) Magnolia Springs:; apartment, Funeral Home chapel yesterday .
Former State ReP. 8 D held yesterday at the He died Monday
Construction Expenditures _r were
1 Saunders WM in Washington Helm Funeral Home chapel. A Mr. Marton, who was a na

along with several hun- native of Scotland he had tive of Hungary had been s

rr dred thousand other visitors Total construction expend! account for $669 billion, a public sector is expected to account moved to the County from resident of the County for more

yesterday for the inauguration tures for 1965 should reach a new record high An additional for $20.7 billion as com- Pennsylvania less than five than 35 years
t of President record $23.2 billion Is expectedIn pared with $lU billion in of Scot-
H. record-breaking $90 billion, according months ago. A native He leaves his widow, Mrs
I Johnson, to the annual economic 1969 in remodeling, main 1964 land, he was 66 years old. Julia Marton; five!' sons: Alex

taglw:. A Saunders, who has met outlook review by Johns-Man- tenance and repair of existing According to the J-M study, He leaves his widow, Mrs. Marton Jr, of Lake City: Joe

ems.' the President on several occasions ville Corporation. itructures private non-farm housing Christina' MacKenzie; three Marton, of Jacksonville; Louis

a ,* .- v'A participated In all The J-M analysis Indicates In a breakdown of individual starts for 1965 should be closeto sons: Duncan MacKenzie of Marton of Ralford.; Juliui

the events for invited guests total new construction should I sectors of new construction information U80.000. down 4 per cent Jacksonville; Norman MacKen- Marton, of Groton, Conn.; and

$ } The Crescent next week compiled by Johns- from 515,000 for 1964 Public ale or Orlando; and William Robert Marton of Yuba Calif
will have an account ot'"Mr. I Manville indicates total expenditures and farm housing starts are expected MacKenzie, of Norristown Pa. five daughters Mrs Eleanor
Ban)i1 reactions to the BLONDIt Chic I in the private to add an additional
Young sector and three grandchildren McGee and Miss Carolyn Mar-
I +4%* '' rites 1 In '065 will account for 30.000 units bringing the 1965 member of the ton both of Green Cove; and
He was a
'c-++ BUY A U. S. SAVINGS about $46.2 billion, up slightly projected total to 1.520000 Presbyterian Church The Rev. Mrs Julia Nisbet Mrs. Betty

BOND AND KUP from $45.9 billion in 1964 The units ministerof Nalewaik and Miss Ida Marton,
Johanson,
GREEN COVE BOWLINGWon FAITH' WITH TUB Richard O
the First Presbyterian all of Connecticut, and 11
SERVICEMEN WHO ..,
Lost. SOMETIMES WONDER NV %iMain Dish Idea Church of Green Cove, offici grandchildren and four great

Kingfishers . . . 43 ,21'' -AS THIY GUAROOURFREEOOMIF ated at the services. Burial was grandchildren. Burial as in
coo Untouchables . . 42 22 I In Hickory Orove cemetery Hickory Grove Cemetery

Jokers . . . . . . 42 22 I ANYBODY CARES Pall bearers were: Oeorge

George W Allen, 52, Is assigned to the Orange Park Professors . . . . 27% 38 tt I Carlisle, Luther Wilson. Don

area Formerly self-employed as a pulpwood producer, Deputy Drivers . . . . . 27% 36 Mi I Little Classified Ads Ramsey, Mervin Rawley, James

Allen .Is a native of the County He is married to the Champions . . . 30 34I Bring 7? .7 Results to Ridley, Richard SaPP. John

former Alice Robinson .They have two eons Magnolia . . . . . 23 41 Users Try one and Preston Hall Jr., Floyd Roberts .

8-Balls . . . . . 21 431 /, see your results! Hope.. Wayne Geiger and Robert
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o w 1 The Kingfishers won 3 to put I -

them just 1 ahead of the two .
Mw tied teams in second place. I
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Dewey Turner was high for the

men for bowling a nice 877

triple Bart Christian 496 was fjJJ-
high for the women Fred Han- :

cock 225 won the jackpot 284-9681




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Whst new? Lattice-Topped Hamburger Plel! A delicious hamburger
I %* ____i__ ? ::4gr vegetable r baae Is enhanced by a creamy cottage cheeiefilling til N. Orange Are. Green Cove Springsfor
/ The cheesy lattice topping is made from a pie crust mix .
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Mq4 ? delicious Serve your family a hearty meal of Lattice.Topped your
draw" i ie Hamburger Pie, asparagus spears and a lettuce wedge

4 9i4" LA1Tl TOPPED IUMBIRCER PIE ': FUEL OIL
Makes i itnitttgiMm ,. .
t Bait Filling' : 4. IIOMK: DELIYKKi

i 1.1/2 Ib ground beef 2 cups creamed cottage :
One 10.S/4 ox can condensed cheese Service
Quick
vegetable soup 1 egg, beaten '" ,.
William Henry Hutching, 34, l Is assigned as s special 1 teaspoon salt Cruse:
deputy and radio relief man. He has been a special deputy 1/4 teaspoon. pepper One.half 10-os. plug. ((1 leup) SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RD-119R( ) corrosion inhibitor
1 egg q. Flako Pie Crust Mix cut down heating bills because It fights
lor 10 years A native of Robertsdale, Ala., he moved to 3/4 cup rolled oats (quickoroldfathloned 2 tablespoons Parmesan helps you
Clay County as a child and was graduated at Clay High cheese! rust and corrosion, gives you more beat, cleaner. heat per
School la 104$. He Is married to the former Lots Ann Catch- : uncooked) 2 tablespoons cold water dollar
Pole and they have four children db Combine meat base ingredients. Press half of mixture Into un- BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner service
1y greased 2-qt. baking dish Combine filling Ingredients; spreadover
meat; press remaining meat mixture over filling men are skilled prompt, dependable.We .
Measure pie crust mix into bowl; stir in chtew Sprinkle coldwater
8 by tablespoonfuls over miss; stir lightly! until just dampened Give
LITHE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS (If necessary, add another one-half: tableipoon cold waterto JESS; QUIOLEYJIM ;
Matthew Tlnney, 37. I Is assigned to the Green Cove mats dough hold together) Form into ball Roll dough out on
area. Prior to joining the Sheriff's staff, lightly: (floured board or canvas to form 9x12-inch rectangle Cut
Deputy
Tlnney into 1/2-Inch strips Lay half the strips across meat bate; weave ius .
ADS'BRING was for 10 years with Mason Lumber Co. A native of I JIM ST01)DAIIDS
4 LITTLE BIG RESULTS remaining strips over and) under these. Trim. Bake in preheated
Marlon, S. C., he Is married to the former Annie Bell I moderate oven ((375'F.) about 45 minutes; let stand i minutes
Rogers have before cutting
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Clay HI Blue Devils who cored 12 points John Gr&ter: 'HEALTH \ 4r ( I

played host to the Fernandina tossed in 11 points, with Joey '. .
Pirate last Friday night lost Sabotta made 0 point*. Danny : Boosters Band Meeting

the fane 4238 The Fernandina O-Neil scored 4 points John aosrrs-A \
vanity Is undefeated this Barber 3 points Tim Jones 3and \ .
season and has a record of 9 Dave Rltter. Dave Mitchell The Orange Park High lack of Interest the box supper John Hellmuth announced

wins and no loues.-High scorer and Joe Kraua made 2 Year IIf'met'-. Von Medice.1'), octet Soon.4,y sod..H..Ik..*, &hool Parent Faculty-Boosters and dance last month was not the board knows we will begetting

for the Devils was Jay Ooola- points each. ......... Medical AMOCUM Band Association met last a success. 200 to 300 more students
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by. 12 points Don Bowleg followed SOMETIMES & BITES. ,.. week. The Parent Faculty Joint next September and are

with 10 points Lacey The Clay High B team met When' a honey SERIOUS bee stmgs 'John E. Graves announcedthat meeting next month will be a planning to build six to eight.

Farley and :Mike Bartholf bad the Bulldogs of BoUes at Bolles someone, the bee flies away and many plants and several reception for Jesse P, Tynes. new classrooms.
6 points each while Billy last Saturday night and were leaves its entire Hinging apparatus trees were planted last Saturday School Superintendent, and the The girls' varsity and junior
Hutching scored 4 points beaten by a score of 58-43. This clinger and venom ace in ;".. .f to continue the beautifica- School Board members vanity basketball players were
arid attached to the person '
defeat ended their winning stung The sac then contracts 'I :, \.. t lion project for the school Mr Hanson announced that Introduced by Mrs Nora Payne
B TEAM GAMES streak of four games spontaneously and pumps its \ ';' ., .. campus. committees have been formedto She reported they are having
Clay Highs B Team stink Terry Turner 6'-3" center remaining venomous contents .': .t::; Mrs A L. Jacobsen announced work with the principal and a successful season and since
$into the victim
the :Fernandlna Pirates last was again high scorer with 24 Two or three minutes elapse t' ".... \ I that the membership ; teachers of each department\ none of the girls are seniors

Friday night 4S-18. The Devils points to his credit followed while the entire content of the 1 drive of the Parent-Faculty see what Is most urgently need they will not be losing playersby

took a fast lead In the game by Joey Sabotta with 8 points venom lac is thus is being In.. Association will be extendedone ed In each department of the graduation next ,year.

and kept it. Green Cove was John Ironer scored 8 points fected.to Therefore get the venom, it sac important out month at which time high school. The organizationfeels Mrs S J. Rooker Introducedthe

paced by Terry Turner who and Tim Jones added 8 points ol the skin as quickly as possi awards will be given to the that parents must play an varsity and Junior varsitycheerleaders.

ble. Unlike the honey bee the rooms with the largest per active and Interested part In .***
hornet yellow jacket and bumble I
bee do not have a barbed centage of parents' member helping the School Board In Harvey Lofton Introduced
Mary Poppell Honored stinger and they can continueto ships Room lOA has 82 percent any way we can to get the the varsity boys' basketball
I cling if caught inside a garment ,; of parents' membership equipment we need In the team. Richard Jones Intro
Room 12 12A has 50 per rent school gymnasiumand duced the
Including
There sensitive a Junior varsity boys'
Miscellaneous Shower are persons so and Room 11B 58 cent: of
to insect bites or sting II : per shower facilities or some team and complimented them
that the result may range from parents' membership kind of Indoor arrangement on their record

Miss Mary Poppell was hon ment of white glade and pink an the exaggerated rare incidence local of swellingto sudden x. Sl .Z Mrs R t* Kress band chairman : for physical education classesas The February Parent-Facul-

ored at a miscellaneous show camellia's carrying out the pink death. There are over thirty A eat Is a delightful pet-affectionate, fastidious, and well reported the trip by the required by the Southern ty Band Boosters meeting will
er last Friday evening by Mrs. and white motif Insects reported as pouibli mannered. Cats hart beauty grace and individuality. They are Orange Park Band to the Florida AMorlatlon of Colleges and be held' the second Thursday,
John W. Nelson and Miss San- .Miss Poppell. who Till wed causes of allergic diseases, in. easy*o care for, easy to train, and a pleasure to owm.' ft you are Governor Innauuuratlonwaa St'condarlhool... on Feb 11 at 7.45: o'clock
I beetles bedbug, kitten look forward to acompahlonship. .wardlnlt .
eluding ants about to acquire a ,)ou may moat successful.. Thla trio -
at their home on James Booth this Saturday in
dl Nelson chiggers. deer flies, mosquitoesind .
Nelson Drive the First Baptist Church, flies and waips The "Kits Cats have had a long and fascinating history. They were worshipped was made possible by financial I DESIGNED FOR DAD '
The refreshment table was Orange Park was the recipient of Death" is sometimes.. more In ancient Egypt, where they became mdsnUlledwtth| the gifts from Hoyt Cotney W. OOdum .
useful than a fanciful figure of speech powerful moon goddess, ra ht. Hence the origin of the word 1 the County Commission -
centered with a floral arrange of many lovely and gifts of fatal t

i e LEGAL NOTllB 1FO41. :MOTIfH e I for several to the cases sting of the Mexican reaction .puss.Throughout history, eats have also served. a I'r.cU.purpol.. and the School Board. i lrooperBillsalse.
kisimg bug have been In disposing of mice and rats. No doubt this was one ee the reasons C. F. Holmes principal, assured :
reported. for their importance in Fgypt: where they helped protect the grain the grout that our school
State Bins No. U
While some persons are ny- crop from rats. Is accredited: The school getting .
REPORT or CONDITION or persemiiive to insect bites or' Cats earn to America with the first colonists, and today the
BANK OF GREEN COVE SPRINGS tings. the normal person has a experts at tM Purina I'et Care Center soy there are some 2(1( a new teacher this semester
.4 .,.... >vo .>*... !. the State of n..... reaction confined simply to the million in the United States. Now, as in the" put, people And thatthe and the Science Department I ,
al ... .. ..o .( ...1....> .. I......... SI, else are. in which the poison enters eat'a beauty grace and intriguing personality make him an is being revised Mrs C.

ASSETS the skin People subjected to ideal pet. ,.__ . ?...... .. ,: Nix reported that because of a I
repeated stings in some instances
!
Cash balances with tker bank, and cash Item la develop altered reaction I
process of collection ............................. .I Ml.til.II with severe symptoms.
United Stator Government obligations,, direct and 11SI.7&1 Severe allergic rl'l"lo": to
uaranteed ....... ................. ..u. ..1.......... IKISII1 inner stings and bites usually Dr. A. Y. Covington Sets
Obllfatlon) of Slates and political subdivisions. . .. 1131171 rails for skilled. and special
Loan. and discount ..'..,..........,........... .. .. 41 004.SIlIuriK treatment. However since
'premiers owned' III.111.10, furniture and moat Insect venom contain ,
n luree III...1... .. ... . .......... . . . . . . .. 44904H acid an alkaline solution of i 1
Real ...at. owned otb.r tban bank preralees .... . II.III.ItOthrr baking soils or household am.moni. TB Survey For March
....t. .... ... ........ ........... . ........ I....... can be very helpful it Dad's lap is Just about tit .
TOTAL ASSETS ..... .............................. S.I0..171II Upon: to the" affected reaction area most comfortable place In the
any impeded it world for this little girl as she
i U vitally Important that a t>bv. An X-Ray Survey to aid In the State Board of Health will areas 'Many heart conditions her Father's
!
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LMBIUTIESDemand . I I !proudly presents
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the which tomors and other dtaranes of brand kind of
for new
be made
depoilt of Individuate, partatrshlp, and corporations the detection of tuberculosis j survey Pay gift i a
.... ..... . .. .. .... ........... .... ttlltSIII will cover ten actual working the chest are also picked op after shave lotion.
will be held In the county during Almost as comfortable is the 1
Tim and ""In.. depoell* of Individuals, partnership, and MICKEY FINN The r Will move during a survey and the entire
corporation . .. .. .... .. . .. ...... ...... .. I.lit.174 41Deposits the period March 0_20,I days van advantage feel of the bottle, which is said 1
of United Stat..Oov.rem.nt (Including poiUl tank teoetardwfwAI0Y1 throughout the county population should take to be the favorite choice of sv

MVlngs) .. . . . .. ... .. .. ... .. . .... . 41I4IIIDeposit Ni4hlMf, according to Dr A. Y Coving Suggested locations wen dls- of these services," Dr. .al thousand man who were
of Slates and political aubdlvlalon. .. . ..... 1,0111111Certltl.d ( TA4ad Iffh'lsv5x4rWr / ton. County Health officer. cussed at the meeting and Covin,ton stated tested to find their favoritebottle Drive
with both
.. ..... .. ... . .. A / nylYUN MAN design hands (Irmlyimping
.Tle.1t
and ortlcu. Cllal"ka, t.. needed clearances: ass now being : Embree Walker of the State |I The sides of the Burma fly
n1 A IAMKYrIN
TOTAL DKWmiTH . .. . . . . . ..$.I""I.1f, The announcement was made sought from business men Board of Health told those at.tendlna' flacon slope down so that the the driving whe. .
(..) Total demand deposit ----------$1.$57,517.4 with This prepares you for whatever
this week after a meeting bottle ,,1be grasped easily
and local officials As soon as the meeting of the
(b) Total tint and .."I.... d.po.II.'I.I"Oolll noAc Officials while resting the palm of the quick action rtqulrtd.. One.handed -
Olher liabilities ........ . . ... ;. .............. .... 4*.illl State Board of Health the' schedule Is complete, Dr. success of the last X-Ray !survey hand. drivers or "flna.,tip"
TOTAL LIABILITIES: .. . ...., ..................1.. MU.7MII reWANTEW 't and representatives of the Covlngton reported the locations held! In the County In IBM )\ Th lotion contains: what hdescribed driven cannot adequately has'
Tuberculosis and RespiratoryDlaenso will be made public and exprraaed hope that this as a "potent, subtle die in that requires
CAPITAL ACCOI'lITICapital Northeast sent that emanates masculinity\ emergency
: (a) Common Stock, total par valu /100,15O.I }.!.SSI.S* lIN'TD ',J Association of While the purpose of the yrar It would be> even better. and good rooming." split second swerving of the car
Purples' .. ....... . .. ..to. ... .....tU .M..i... IU..*..*. e.TAV'BOND T Florida at the new Coun survey Is the defection of TB In Ian 3.383 persons were introduced by the makers\ ol out of danger or holding the car
Vndlvtded profit .. . .... ...... .. . ..... . .. ... 41.411IITOTAL. ty Health Center Iti"Oreen Dr. Covlmrton went on to ex- X-rayed Eleven were found' Burma Shave, the fur .tta t4 to the roid Don't relax/ at the
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CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS ... .. 411 .1 Cove. r'aln how past surveys with suspicions of Tl Many lotion provides a perfoct.newcsto wheel'. Driving/ Is serious bush
TOTAL LIABILITIES: AND CAPITAL, the old qusstlon, "Wlisl's row
ACCOUNTS ....... .. ..... . ... .. . . .. .. ... .... SltS.milMKMOKA1DA One completely self-suffic' throughout the ooontry hare others were discovered with In .ln*>pnlve fathers Ut) ness 322
a. lent mobile X-Ray unit from often helped In many' other other pathology gifts!" "
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Asset pledged or SMlsned to a.e.r. liabilities and for -
other purposes (Inoludlns note and bill. redlKoant"
and securities sold with agreement t* repurcbeee). ...........*
(a) Loans a* shows bone* Ire after deditctloa' *f val.a The Voice OJ Scripture Luxurious new look.. '
lira .....n.. of .. .. ... . .. . ... .. ... .. 4I4S41SL
Clara K. Ckesser, Vie President aad Caekler of Ik* aNn
named bank, do solemnly swear that thle report of rondlllon I I.tn. I. _
and correct to tb* beet of my ......I.cli. and belief Luxurious new room

CLARA M. CHESiSEIl ;.. ...h ,. "
4'orrerl-Atloett .

J.Jobs Rylh I. Trlplett Oolcer K. Rradler' W.J. P.A.Stall WlllMitKlllolt Measles JN '. . . I Luxurious new ride (Mm''eJ' the difference


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Nails l)oors Cement Felt .. of tbe reader .le kept secret to avaotd a sense of tirnd-eetUnf. big luawiotM '65 CfcerroWt The car There plenty of power, too-lncludlna an fanprortd8Ii.

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for those presently wteMe to rend .Tbo' Talklnc Bible" new frwT and fonrard anglne oVsJgn, extra thouUer easily your old car anti modest monthly paymenU

flOe a need. and becomes a ...*. It win also be of room with Its curved able wlndowa. ADd !It actuaHy win put you In a new beautiful 65 Chevrolet-just

farterest to First and Second Itaedera wbo win appreciate dtffkulteels wpenaJve when yon ride fai It. (It aAouitf-new the way you want it. Life b. full of surprise Sob' I,
tbe clear and correct pienoundaUon of every showroom. Come in for yount
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AGUE SIX .dltay,County' (Urcsccut. ATJANtT< 21; I/tb:

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I Nominated i By Matthews l Reba, Gibson, ;WedsKenneth.

I M H C & Penney Farms, i )

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Reporter MRS BEBBERT D, MYERS. Phone 5ZM1S1 .1 J. : 'G;;, ;

THE THAELER STORY No plate la left turned down at I;l whether it: was for three.'or 1 Robs Dotson Gibson and .featured a fitted 'bodice,' long' .

(Conchulon) the table that misses the eyes twenty,three reara." I united sleeves and i full skirt, and
J. Teter
Kenneth
were
of Mrs Thaeler 'You look tad In concluding this series of [ Ihe'wore' '* tmaU' white hat

Was Maggie Harrison one today, is something wrong?' I articles may we say that Dr '" t in marriage last Saturday with 'a circular well decorated

of-the graduate nurses of the Nothing is hidden from our and Mrs Thaeler are busy. at . i ii January IS, at four o'clock: in with sequins, .
Thaeler Hospital at Bllwaskarl&a I '
-
Mrs. Thaeler, The dama clldn 1 MHC and are receiving calls i, the Pint Methodist. Church, Mlos Norma Jean Lee sister.
baa written that "As
a eat well today. Ask him if day and night At recent. Oreen Cove+The Rev: Gordon
maid of
of the bride was the
teacher, Mrs. David Thaeler .
there is something special he church services Dr. Thaelerwas I Craig, performed the ceremony
''
..... honor Her dress,was a'yellow
lias She to '
equal
: no goes on
'The bride la the daughter '
would like
usually is heard called out because of the ". lace sheath with a long sleeve
icy: whenever a tray goes back illness of our friend, ,Mrs N. of Mr. and Mrs.'William Lee, and
she wore a small
overjacket
"During ,the years that Iiave with too much food on it and Rodrick. of Green Cove, and the groom .
spent at Thaeler Memor- at the next meal he gets what Ii the IOn of Mr, and Mrs white hat
:tel Hospital, I have had to Fred A. Parker of Oreen Cove
answer he would like whether its .' ..- Lawrence Peter, of Reading, '
questions concern- A motored from Xustls served best man.
many group as
'wabul' of tea : Pena
some or a .cup .
'Ing the Doctor's wife; but the and toast last week and spent a day with ,' "1iy'! Given i in marriage by her The couple will reside in

one I have to answer most One of 'the first! to their friends, Dr. and Mrs D father, the bride chose a pink Green Cove at the [1St., Johns
frequently la, 'Who la the Doctor persons L. Snyder. Among the visitors lace I street-length dress which Terrace ApartmentsJohn's .
iIO
be. told ,, good news from
's wife I hav n't"seen'her any were the Rev and Mrs Charles I .. ...
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home is Mrs Thaeler and the i f't: _n..... I -
since I am here'? Sometimes Jennings, the Rev and Mrs

my answer would be, She just genuine happiness she expresses R. R',. Roberta, the Rev, and

passed here a few minutes ago! even makes better the. good news seem Mrs M. H. Sturm: the Rev Halror Erie Hansen, 18- Steven M. Day, 19, was Graham Sellek,' Jr, 17, of Radio ,&' T V

'Do you mean the one with F L. Hanthorne, Mrs C W. year-old FSU freshman of also named by Matthews for Green Cove, was, nominated
the on who was carryingthe "Christmas at Bllwaskarma Mills, and Mrs: William David Matthews
apron Orange Park, bat been given farther competition for appointment by Congressman ZENITH
big box' At other times cannot be compared with son. a third alternate nomination to the Merchant' to participate la farther BOA -: >-'

it would be, she Is out in the Christmas in any other place to the 17, 8. Military Aeade- Marino Academy, A 19(1 competition for appointment AMANA NORGE APPLIANCES

:yard right now wearing blue because of the loving concern my by Congressman D.I B, graduate of Clay High, where to the V. S. Merchant Marine ,
and careful planning of those The Rev. and Mrs Herman -e-
Jeans weeding the flower-bed whose aim is to ,keep Christin I Lloyd Noyes arrived at MHCon Matthew A 1964 graduate be was a member ef the Beta Academy' Re attended Clay Experienced Service On All Makes ? Models
On many occassions I have at Orsng.Fark High, young Club and basinets High School nntll I s year ago
man
was
,' so, hoursof Nov, IS, from Vineyard Haven SERVING CLAY COUNTY OVER It TEARS,
taken them to where she was 'Christmas many Hansen WM leading scholar of the high school when he transferred to leee- hr
ager year -e'- '-'
Mass and are settled in
willing and joyful work
standing on a scaffold paint.log go and athlete dining three book and a member of the burg High School. Yang Cove
Into Apt 308-B. formerly occupiedby 24 West Walnut Street Green Springs
weeks of preparation. No-
the ceiling of one of the yean of hli high, school Student Council Ho plans; Sellek who received his private '
Mr and Mrs Elton Stone Phone 2843122fila
body has ever been disappointed '
-
wards in the hospital Many training, 'A* a member of to enter FSU next month. pilot's Ueense" on his
Mr Noyles assisted the pulpit
times I would be asked when, Each year the PuU' seems hit high :school's football 17th birthday b workloe'at .
,
better than the before I at ous service on Jan 10 --
she takes 6 rest and year team,1
my an- he ;won threi.a.1; the Leeabwg airport red
Mr. Noyes born in Marl
ewer is, when she sits down 'to "Then there are the graduation was WM a member of the Beta Set t'Dates'ForCooki according to his father ferrying
boro, Mass, and Mrs Noyesin .1
mend the hospital.linen while .dinners ;and picnic suppers Gallatin, Mo. They were Club (B average) for' threeyear. plane from all over :Dpn eQ9J.

she listens to the news on uie which involve so much married Sept 1, 1921, ;I., vice president'of his the nation Into Leeabarg. )
radio. That is one of the pictures work but are done so cheerfully senior claw. and parliamentarian Sale j ,
"-
Mr Noyes received a BA
of Mr*. Margaret Thai, that each heart goes out ., the Student Conn-
i ler':- -. to her'' filled with gratitude. Degree in 1922 at Wm. Jewell oiL' .... a ft I. '' <**a Ox*.,
.
I '.. College, liberty, Mo., and an of participationin fI
"A favorite expression when "Can w ever forget the The annual Girl Scout cookie Scout Council ;0 .. >K Car llhp R4PMNlnllr '
MA Degree in 1928 at Brown
lessons are being discussed leer words of praise and encouragement alum- Rev Ct F' tehriver, the Rev sale, will be held Jan 23-11, national and ntemationalopportunities. .
University He 1s also an .
'What you don learn with, for little things Mrs nus of Andover-Newton College T. Si:i Cleaver, Mr and Mrs when the girls begin taking Girl Scout senior OesAfe. ..** i IN .- tUt. igw tVsaskt Me

Mrs. Thaeler, you won't learp Thaeler ,lets no opportunity at Newton Center, Mass A; P; Ooetzl{"the Rev. H. C.MorehGue orders. roundup. all *.states encampments .i'wtal'f. DIy111Yf00T .
with anyone else' As a teacher pass In letting know when the Rev B R.
us ,
.
He was licensed at Union Baptist Cookie deliveries will be and a' full year-round .._ w--
,
she has no equal solar as we she .Is pleased because of Truscott Mrs Ono B Coons,
Church, Province, R I., in mad March: 0 and 30; camping program

are 'concerned.: The I patience something she\saw or heard 1918 and ordained in the lit Mrs Karen Klser and Mrs The sale enable troops to Five kinds of cookies will be . '-. .. . . r . ,
f taM understanding shown tQ MI'I. Thaeler win Olive .
t : always Bay.Ministers'
t Baptist Church Hemple, Mo.,
each girl Is a factor in the have a special place Jn'' our '- earn money for projects; supplies featured in the sales: assorted

i! success of the. :Bilwaskannaifiunes hearts and ,,,,'U'always look on Nov., 20, 1920 for the 11 o'clock planned events and sandwich, mint, butter flavored
The ministry of Mr. Noyes List, Tour .
and -
equipment. Bales also ensure shorties, peanut butter
I up to her as. one who has made extended service, at the Penney Memorial
;"Why, didn't the come to our lives better .for having has ever a period of Church'next: Sunday will be members of the Gateway Girl fudge cream
46 years, and included pastor I
Gay County Property
dinner.is she not feeling welt been a part of ,her family the Rev A. O Hempstead and
ates of several years each in
1- the First Baptist Church, Mar. I the Rev.. A David Thaeler, Jr.I, With
Leading the meeting BUD'S GATE STATIONKEROSENE
tha's Vineyard Island, the First' prayer
Jan. '2T, will be the Rev K p,
NEW' Frank
:
AND Baptist Church, Shelton, W. Brown
Mayton,' chaplain of Raiford ,
.... Conn, Pint Calvary Baptist
(Union of three churches) Prison Home Delivery or And AatodatMCHURCH

I t USED CARS Lawrence, Mass; United Bap- V-Iiaul It Service Available
- Vaal 11aN ..r1a -
tist Church, SacO, Me.: Paw. JOHN FRANKLIN NASH Phone 284-9250 .
; tuxett Church Provi- I John Frinkin Nash, who retired I JIll u. lesdraraj It OewN hit. ,
Van NESS BC Baptist Orange Ave. and Cove St., GREEN COTE .
.NTiAClnc" Mbwd
law
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dence, R I.; First Free Bap 18 years. ago as assistant

1 Oriea tilt Oreeville R. I. and First treasurer of# the, Boston *:
1 Whm A Better Deal Is Made Tan Nor W8' Mate III! I Baptist Church of Rockport, Maine Railroad, died at "his tI.

Mo., combined with rural missionary home' ,Memorial Home Community -

-STOP IN- : work .after 4 long Illness last I

The Noyei have one son, the Friday He was 90 years old. I.
: SEE AND DRIVE THE 65'fflifiiIt ,
Rev Lloyd L. Noyes, minister Graveside services are to be

in Montclair, N. J., and two held In Llndenvllle, 'Vermont ,j't

grandchildren He leaves his. widow, Mrs [

.law Ad-lib INneI has ,) I Mr.',Noyes ,.is' an 'honorary LuctWNQbi! ;, two daughters,

j, kiss >SM-MU 4101PAY life member of Marthas Vineyard Mrs.. Wayne K. Wheeler, of -te n'' CIAi

: Lodge F A: AM, having New Lorur<< ''N. H; and Mrs ,

Merved t'as' chaplain. I Also a Warnery N1spis, of Greensboro

veteran\oi.Jb"' fir it. World YW: eli l grandchildren and two

War, having served In the UJ3 treat 'r&hdchl1dfn.'ptEASE.I.

LESS !INTEREST' Navy,\itdedlcsdCgrpe"
They) have. a, summer ,home SERVICES

'-" ...... at Ocean Park, Maine. ,
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'J JW P".fcIENTS (
IlirperttlfIdyeri !J.ivrulro.t I
J ) ; last!week at a.ibtrthdiypartyfor

'!ITH A.MDftEY-; Jf"Jf"J J hi* wife Present were, ,Mrs '
B.:third Peril;'Mn.: Florence
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l SAYING Snow: Mn A8. Barrows: :Mrs
,
I.
r Mabel Past.;'Mn. H. Bohuchart.,

PCA LOAN Mrs C., A. Miller, Mn A.'O

," Hempstead Mrs<< Oral' Brown,
'
'uf Ie' '',, Mn<< B. O Jackson Mn C K.] The Church of Your Choice

Imbrte, The Rev and Mn .\. CAN ; .
7 Q
years, U repay V, Lawson the Rev. and Mn ;.

I I Compare-.j I II the true ili sills fattrttt T, H Runyan, Br, the Rev I r VENT f'M

.f a.PCA>> .loan with ; and Mn. P, R. Batchelor, the FOREST RRESIf 1
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the cost I 6f" ether'loans. This
Dont toy Capital( improvementsuaeMy I Sunday -

Vr.r.ftuneed them as
ebta.as. posaiWo. FOR LOW ; CA.T HAT '

.co 1\' 'OOI'.;'cE' r I .utl. <.tJ 11 i i'j i'

:: 'J On rkHHp M.HAN Mndor rrkkMi. M Male iMMidi c..... t .' )

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CoodrHOBtaeV nijno.iOjMl North of Orange Park
cot** Barrio* CANVAS WORK '1amJAMtR
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TVAPPLIANCESERVICE INLET MARINA C. A. B11IDDL t, >teln of tko Bat and......tnsredieata. Photographers of America. H.'.

Staff** Croattnedlom . ...... Tbh G.... N. ...... t., abrttand!much reiponalve the yet still
INSUBANCB rery ruddlbaby.. At
MEBCntT OUTBOARDS .(If...11/rsMlrl ? y Jrl
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.tMiwwtKraeA: J7t"wPSUrle Konf l MtWtO RASPBERRY VINEGAR ... how
gerrtelar Clay Cewaty MERCKCISEm BEKVICB Milk ;\ k brides etrothleat
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....... Coverage ppp.Mthto.utstallnailiamov.seek| In a larf. aaveo- DaId,1IITII
Bwy. 17 Orange Park ban,cooipeppen.4 minutes\ IB bolllnt_salted water to eo..... **
M N. OraBfo Are. ...... IM.nu if un riwc AUTO (MTO fronrwaUr, tmmedlatelyi draln thoro1l 1a1J. Comb beef I T
reel Con S,... M4-4M4 ftHOMBOWNSRS ...salt and drr mlllt.Open mniiroora can and add liquid"beef ,.. : 'IEFd
BULK DIXIVEBY UORTQAOE= LOANS, mlztoro. Mix welL Spoon about,1/1 rtp meat mixture into etch:
\*'?Top..cIa pepper w5t14 or I 1I1111hroom ellcu.Plea peper' 1 1. TOW A GOOD WAY .'liI II
- UIII 11BIilB HOSPITAUZATIONOreeei EP\ (I-eel 1tIdlri4 a1 'Jatard oven.3045mminnu oh1d \, TO RCUEVt COLD SYMPTOM ,.
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rabjkar M.Tot..... 'Tiff.THB N I'U'n'I: OF. 'I/I rap tour WoItJ1n\ olds

mtlssss ft. OraBf AfJML 'F. CLAY .N COUNT PHONATE. FUOKIDA.; 1/1 J/I teaspoon teaipooa dehydratei salt t' Cheddar Faablonea Cheese Sharp. tt+TiTi".II+I lilt+II'H U++++'14+++++.f4f4$+},fH.

SM-MM HOME I" rs: 1Ce1.1. or finely akredde*
DELIVERY ANNIE' h: JalNIUN" tSJ *' lUbleapooMthoppe d
t>range Park ..... 1/4 drjOTrtw PRINTING PROBLEMSCAN
lid M. Mi mi TO ALL CREDI1-UIUI AND ,o < t
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Jacksonville FCRBONM: HAVINlt CU IMOH la top of tt "IICIDer.,.omUM water, dry nllk. flow ooKbrereno '.1
DEMANDS: AOAINrrSAID end muiUrd. PUt' over hot wabr' stir eoniUBttileoolboat ,-01 .
i4 A Cdla$ IN. 'SSAL 111TATS' kJITATBl: .,.. mli.au or until thtakenod. Add butter and ttrodde.che BE, SOLVED HERE !

Tel !11.55$( h.Ton rt.>r Mtll4 and Mvk aid.(rqvln4 you ire tal ..M.. Stir 44 min" _bet tmtil heoM ii tkoroafUMiM4. IIMMAL TRY A A.'S1rll: 1 t AD'.
TBADB Of ANIIBINOOV p.-. Lip olBlm* wkkk you.tlnct .. .......Feld m eh.Sled aid& /
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YALCBIKED REALTY .. Ik. ..&al. .! ANNUli : I
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kl.. offlc I. Ik* court kovs* THE cJR :UiT CO I'RT Of $'
t4/.ll0 Qron Cora 1 1'818'.1' 1
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CLAY COUNTY .I.oI'II&VA.nrCHANCIIH'
ACCOUNTING ." 1.... KlorKU. whale .!. eal. .. '
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SALUN 111I.re' ,...lIoaU.. .e. tats MO. IHIAUBNB
Tw 01 Mck .lotmor BACON PUlKllffftOUBItT . ,
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LUle ........... e. Oss..tlW 4*.* sod pool ern ie addressof lir.nd Sal. It. Spine Writer 11 rI. I t. ,
Kenney. Owner NOTII'R Or HIT
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J N Orange An. Oren CoreTBLMMTU D11..151/ owor I. ky tho CI....**.. hi..* TUB STATE or VUORIDA
....I.. ere klter*y ... .oeoni* TOIKOBKHT Core ItobeU were defeated by II
OreMer Oay Cu Sty 0.51.4. ky a flllm dos ., 00 LEE BACON, Banta h 31-17. 1

| Personalized ServicliiAccounting ..... doltor mood. not end.0 sera filed claim hall. ko or..d.M1.ILL.IR *.. Afdrtoo ARE Uoasawn.YOU HRHKBT NOT. The Mali looren wen: ,

IB non, .Atfmlnlotralrli/ V TOMLINA of the .VlCtl(.(nit that rte a ovli... tko kt*.boa W..flied.... Curls J,tt, with elt! points McCormick ConCrotoCo.
& TaxI ANNIE K. till'"1 ".11.. and tae an hennp. and Dane Campbell with seven .,
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for PiUt fANNIE go from
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K. JBVKINi.: dMw*.J tea ..,..... It o.,. lo th* bit Associated with B. B. MeConpick & Bonn Inc.,
BUlineAI' Firms A AT* I. at Bar M. Of eomplalat0. sold. ".11.._, the first quarter UM ondlrvi : ,, ,
.Individual 0.c.... ....... rent pvkllvollo lionorr 1.11, II, I4,1! of wiNS. oo.lo, or d.ll.koforo".rd to rkr.rokrwltk. ..- snort M"II' proved M be a ' I" *i'I+,."r ,*"* : : ', ,

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sled garage api. ravulefcedT. '"' awl VIolas H. lobes ,
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Can U4.UU after liMpJR.IB THB: COIIIT or r ('O.n. ri miOAlo for ftalnlllf 'I i i/ r fl.I I '
TUB COCNTT JITOUK.cur t'H.UIeICIII A4drotiHank 'i \
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Isms. air.5e14. .f MM Cociiir al Or*.* c."e' .. d.r**ooi ir ear. ,. tae kill sera. ... ...
Piles. n."'". wl'kl. oil wi,. of oomplaloi le oM olb ** r o -ea Springgotort
1'-. bedres 114w. cedar _.UI. Iron tae UOM .fIk kirk lo :d.llrd I* roe b.,*;
aJalla ely. Minor TJew tint .."11".1". of tall .oIK .. or ...,.... fokrnorr I I.
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sad pool oddroa ... for tae rli.r pra/d le the. _
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were lag In M odd ,. .' 'p 1b
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T t JENNIMO IlL t>**.tv C1.rk .... INS rant" ta mry odd r.ir if you '.
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Sr. r Iisen.e ra.arra.1'NTITIOf M MILE ON A GALLON or OAS'
rreeoaaav$*5 Orore itreei.Cwiw !let'". .. Nnbg r1vea use .

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I Gifts to March of Dimes Financed I Carpets' I For Coffee- Lovers Grade. "A"..Dressed, & Diawn Florida or Georgia Shipped Whole '


Promising Research Projects in '64Nine S

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March of Dimes 1T' 1L 1 1;

financed research studies in ,
birth defects have shown

outstanding progress in 1964 Y. t

The projects were cited by .

Dr. Theodore E. Boyd, research -
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tional Foundation-March. of

,Dimes"Each year in the U.S.,250,000 c
babies are born seriously defective Z 9'
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new knowledge is being gained dL 2 to 3-Lb.
dally. The nine developments 1
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how that March of Dimes con a ro AverageLB.
tributions studies"Dr. are financing promising .

Boyd reported that in
1064 The National Foundation-
March; of Dimes appropriatedalmost
$5,000,000 for research. Tar hwnemakers, a cup of coffee can be M indispensable:
I In addition there are now 51 as hamburgers and french fries to teen-agers.
March of Dimes Birth'Defect The morning coffee-break, for example, is a welcome time Western U Sliced S .to S ... avg Allgeod Brand I
Treatment Centers across thecountry to relax,read the newspaper er 18.... Cve4. ... pk,:
: he said talk with a neighbor I from. leading manufacturers A totalof PORK LION 159A
The nine projects cited are as across the street. twenty-eight different colors i i 1 SLICED BACON 85t
follows: Cheerful coffee and conversation range from popular l greens and Siper-RIf Western Freak Whole'er Half I I I
1.German Measles Test First though,can end In dismay blue and gold to attractive I
clinical use of a new teat to tell --. with a spill on the carpet tweeds in a variety of color PORK BACK BONE 49*
*** Johns whether someone has already CLUES to origin of congenital heart defects were developed byDr Thank to the newest of man- combination 11 ( *
had German measles-a virus mad fibers, homemakers nowcan These brilliant color aren't French Fried *. glrgsrCountry
disease which can damage an Otter Jolla, Slate University ef New York, luffalo, seen with enjoy drinking I their coffeeor going to wear out or fade away Style Freeh+ Lb.
unborn baby when it infects the ab aitlilanl. in carpeted either-due to what's known at FISH STICKS 3-$1M 1
mother during early pregnancyhas luxury Without a care about a "locked-ln" color. PORK.HAMS 49* ,
shown It to be rapid and Dr: Joseph Dancis, New York chromosome were found to illp of the hand. Herculon has another quality .
reliable This was reported by University Called dysautonomia have peculiar structures In certain Herculon olefin fiber clean that children to homemakers laprr'! a'h.1 An Meat 1 Lb. ft,. Morten frown Beef I ... .*..
Dr. Gordon C.Brown,epidemiologlet ,the condition causes excessive white blood cells Victims that moat common with I and pets, It's one
University of Michigan sweating and saliva, skin have multiple physical defects household stains disappearafter of the most durable of fiber, SKINLESS FRANKS 149 POT
2. Discovery of Cell Abnormalities Notching. hypertension and and usually die early Since a tingle, simple cleaning sturdy enough to withstand the PIES 599lle <
In Patients with watt- mental retardation. similar defects occur in other with determent and water. Coffee wear and tear of romping dog
Ism. Dr. I Andrew E. Lorincz, 5. Findings Link Birth Defectto diseases, finding the blood cell ,tea,milk fruit J juice or even and boyi.
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something wrong with .A rare Inherited disease, method for diagnosis This was peed no ,longer cause concern, for such capers a* well ; or
liver cells children with the ataxia telangiectasia, appears reported by Drs Frederick just to name a few common a* for carefree morning coffee '
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found missing from these cells. vide immunity This was re- li Disorders Possible with cal' This talented new fiber No doubt about It, Herculon
The clue may pinpoint the error ported by Dr Robert A Good, Hereditary Variations of a Single conies In'a variety of colon, will be good company around '
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retardation of unknown infections and lymph. Called G-6-PD, it is Important
cause, research indicated some old cancers and have an underdeveloped clinically because most people "' -
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that retardation of this the bodys defense machinerygets production in chick embryos '
type is itself a birth defect. This out of kilter and antibodies of the two most common THE HISTORIC HOP a MIUSTWEIHfSS With this Coapoa *,purohaa .f Drink
was reported by Dr David W. are made that attack the body'sown forms of congenital heart defects FROM F &IS TO LONDON. Ann Pag. Pint Jar Ki i 25c
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