The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
Place of Publication:
Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs


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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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,.+ t' Hospital Gets $180,000From Pf l1

Climate Will i

,J r 'As A Matter of Fact U.S.rToward Addition < IGood I

y. Through Beckius Says

The average age of the top six new County political
officcholden U 40 :yean exactly 20 yean younger than the. w* Universal American Corp. I

avenge for their predecessors. wner of more than 1,000.000

shares of Paul Hardeman,
They are: Louis Huntley 37 yean old; Jessee Tines, 42; c Butter at 25c a Lb. .
.A Inc., will divest Itself of tpproxlmately -
Jennings Murhee, 39; Lanny Lancaster, 42; Glenn Allred.
& 40 per cent of

62; and Leon Baxley 33. School Teachers $20 a Mon.GoodOrDaysinGreenCovc its Hardeman ,holdings In a

Their'predeceuon put In a total of 138 yean In the -4 stock spin-off next month.

w County's service: John HaH 36 yean at sheriff; W. E. Hardeman the financially

Cherry 28 yean: aa a member of the School Board and troubled parent company of

eight more as a County Commissioner; 8. D. Saunders 18 Climate Conditioning, whole

:yean u State Representative and six more u a County Green Cove plant employ
They're called the good old four OcOlgen on the payroll la
Commissioner; Jack Wilkinson 11 yean a* a member of approximately person, to
days, so they mutt have been. typical: Percy Osiger got $75
the School Board; the late Hirrii Long, 11 yean a* School said to have suffered "**.
Lillle Oelger $35 and
month ;
Superintendent and to more u a teacher and coach; .and The social season In Green V vise losses during the put
O. W and Ella Oelger $:IS P,
H.,J:. Moody four yean aa a County Commlaaioner. Cove was In full swing and rvff several) month In connec1
arrivals at five of' each. : a. '
aaUMHtlee weekly : lion with torn large con.
Uaklng. tver the site. he*.ltel taafec with
Of the necomen Leon Baxley 33, who succeed Wilkinson most fashionable hosieries The front pall of the newspaper '
5 V true project
UM architect Oeargt F. Davis (CL) ehalraaa af tk* CmtyHatattal
on the School! Board U youngest: Olenn Mired 62. wen duly reported. The which was made available rVa4 .ray'' a Bernard Becklu,
rite UM hospitaladdllUa. managerof
Aatbarlty. geatarea toward UM af
who succeeds Cherry I II the oldest. Clarendon, the St. Elmo: the to The Creecent by Frank
far the benefit .f W. R. Oaawea (crater. ), Day Otto, relate such scoop M: the Green Cove plant

'* .. toM Dr aek architect, at .. ... Kfcdslk. (r.2) batata! adaalnbtrator. St. Clair the Riverside and "In consignment recently a told The Crescent he did not
"JJ,. : \V the Oakland were very hubs ofa BERNARD BECKIUS believe the situation would
Tb Count,'* first new cUllen of 1J88'to Lila Lorraine cosmopolitan social Hfe. Mrs. feather dealer In London n* affect the local operation. ;

Bombard, born at Clay Memorial Hospital Jan. 2 at 8.48: D J. Brewer the wife of Justice celved 10,000 bird of paradise Climate's contract In connection with construction of

In the morning. The J'OW\lIadI. who weighed In at 5 IDS. A federal grant of approximately 1180.000 toward a Brewer of the United 300.000 birds of various kinds the "Moonahot" building at Cape Kennedy wU! keep the

9 on; It the daughter of Mr. and Sirs Richard Bombard, of $300,000 addition to Clay Memorial Hospital bas been approved States Supreme Court, and hr from the East Indies and 400- present personnel full operation until late next summer
by the U. 8 Dept. of Health. Education and Wel 000 bumming bras.
Magnolia Springs Apartments daughter wen the reigning ht Aid From then until Feb. IBM. then may be tome
fare. at the St. Elmo.: The busiest man In town
queen "tapering off on the Cape Kennedy work.
Oeorgt P. Davit chairman of the County Hospital But the native did not fanso teem to have been T, J. Laud- .
Climate, he laid, U now negotiating for another contract
Authority told Th Crescent yesterday the planned addition Brown, the Mayor who had
at Memorial Hospital well. which could !involve $500,000 to 31,000,000 Beckluo
Births outnumbered deaths Clay
to double the present patient capacity of the hocpltal
Just got out of the clothing
during 1984 by more than four to one according to R. J.Iteldlik. The Feb. 20, 1897 Issue of said
should get under way within 60-M eta ya. buslnu and was pluming, heltertkelter .
The Green Core Spring wa Directors of Universal American last eek declared
total of 318 births
administrator Then wen a at adividend
The grant made under provlaloni! of the total coat of the Into the real estate
full of "Everyday Life in Havana of one than of Hardeman for 10 shuns of '
the hospital during the year . an average of exactly one addition. Under the terms of the grant, approximately every ,
every 40 bowl . aId, only 48 death. However', Incomplete $129.000 must be raised from 1oca11011J'te1. and a scant two column business Universal American. The dividend It payable :Feb. 10 to a;
to the lowly annals of the W. J. Wllaon'a store cantout holders of record Jan. 20 Hardeman stock closed the
.figures released by the County Health Dept. Indicate that on
According to Davis the Hospital Authority ha approximately with something like a
Countywlde there wen 318 birth and IN deaths during local poor. New York Stock Exchange yesterday at clot to its q
$100.000 In cub on hand and there U plan to
the ,.... "Good butter" wa telling at quarter page ad to dispose! of low of 4 H for 10 4.e9. down nearly $10 from Ite high for
call on the County Commission to supplement these funda.
M. Laud-Drown' mini* andwomen'
39 cents for a pound and three the period.
Of this number 10 wen highway deaths, according to
This U the float concrete action which movei the area .
apparel. The
State Trooper John. Marsh. Six en killed or fatally Injuredon ahead at a pact with Ita Industrialisation. ounce; axle great at five Harry R.: Gould charman of the board of Universal
Klllay IT., cent a box; men' hot at 38 may or may not haw American said In New York last week bit company-without -,
R I. EJedtlk Hospital admlnUtrator. aai4 yesterday
cents a down pair; and . been written by one of the taking Hardeman losses Into account, might have n..
he hoped the HEW grunt together with available local
hold It . ladle drawer at gnat New York .Advertising ported record taming equal to $1 a than However he
fund will prorlde a I0-bed hospital with additional operate
of 20 cents a pair. agencies It went u the sayIng added "after giving' effect to Its than. of tht Hardeman
Melvin T. Dlxon. Director atbe Florida Department and examination rootna.
Veteran AUa&rlIA St. Petersburg, bai tailed on aU veterans If price had been any higher got, somewhere out In leftfield Iota Universal too, may show a net loss (for the yr on a
to make lie point thus:
0" to the local gentryy would have consolidated bail*."
veteran organiaaUona and member Congress
tone under wtlhout a trace Tht people of Cuba an In Hardeman currently owes close to $10
.. taw million to yanks
'add ta tbt Implementation of Section 8 of .It.

..-.... .* ..,_ ' Paterson Ne Head .In..the monthly financial .earnest In 'their struggle for 'and other creditors, v._v J_ - -,, umn..
<+r'1< sre'tbNNcpk"K
-."Aiiyv4raaiWortdWa I.Wrlofw > statement of the bounty Both Wwrty," w Under a plan now tIng work/. out. Bardenan It f.
"'j W. W Clay County In earnest In their plated to pay off Ma smaller
>War n or the Korea Conflict. who to receiving nontmlot ,sof Public mitracttoa. creditors by the middle of this
Shedd School Superintendent struggle tat $tbt bargain at month. Another. 38 to 40 trtdlton who aakl
an to be die
,concerted pension plus an additional furnished amount for medicine aid and OfThe School Board U shown a* receiving\ a monthly :our salt of tbt& Mud-Brown approximately f I mUIlon will bV sated to wait until the end
.attendant aUowanet] may ** drug or "
e atockf ladies'drawer'
lock. The
; salary, If U can be called of till year for payment
ordered on prescription of a duly licensed physician a* ape-
teachIng reduced from 79 It thlt plan U accepted by .
that, of $M HI entire creditors. Universal Amertean
suf- Dr. R. M. Paterae
of lOnes
rick therapy ta the treatment an or Injury wa
paging "
staff of 33 person took cent to JO cents; and ( aid the Chase Manhattan Bank ha agreed to tend Hard.
fend by the vekraa"The naaaed caalnaaaj .f u..
Gorton) drawing knives "now '
home anywhere from $20 to man $ million Chase Manhattan officials had "no comment
Veteran Administration bat said this law doe not C.anly B*.rd .. Pabll. la4raU $11 a month and the range of going at 28 cent" ,"

tuthorut additional fund for drag and mtdldn. Implementation .* al Its .ntnlsaUenalaeetlatg Laud.Brow" was not only In Meanwhile, It was .said Paul! Hardeman blmlf hat

win therefore bt defend until fund an appro. this _k. Iii *esseed' 'the real estate business (endout. lent his company $3 million out af hit personal funds
received win be returned to the
\., priated. Prescription being ZIMMERMAN BACK I ,of tile drawer business, Paul Hardeman'i per shan earning have varied wldtly ,
Jack WIWnseLGken
him that Inauguration of the to
veteran. Informing program
he also advtrtlstd that on and shoe
the company's b'linnin In 1981 "
aDd th effective data win b announced at I 1"0t'M tlmmtfmasw they were equal
being deferred Allred. a a** ajtemb -
after March 1 bt would buy to 88 cent a shire In 1381
; they rot to 81 1.llln 1983
farmer minister .f UM j they
the earliest practical date.MrsDamron. raur.lj
af UM Beard, wa
,1 r for ch 100.000 pound ofQueen' fill .
I $1 30; and for the tint nine month of 1984
viet ehalrman' te s.-d Flret ........... Caarrh afOre
Deli,ht root; MOOO droopped to .
21 cent on the ether band the thanWrtlngs
Far *. Cove, will eendaet spreaching per
A. a:. Antiwar,
of d"er tongue root and
pound of Universal American hare rtoen
steadily from
...... al the
Th beard prtstultdlaeae 10.000 pound of blue flag root. II cent In I9S9 to 91 cente .last year
Chairman .. te )In. MarJarMUng. 1 church beginning Bandar, Anyone with M ton of Queen' .

HIOUiiMR sad W. at J... 17.
could find him
CVTTT all ef .B.M haveretired. I I Mr. 7J"' ......... awmlalater Delight overWilson'
.f the KendallMetbtdlit Stare.Furthennere. Burling ton;Renews LeaseThe ftto ft--
1965 March of Dimes I the "beat salve
Church .In Miami
In ether. kaalaea. UM
In the world" wa being hawk Green Cove city Commission on Tuesday night n-
....,. earned. KmM4 ..... I 1 wilt speck altbtly at 7il *d by C. B. Warren It was for newed the leaat of Burlington Industries on Hangar 10 ate

Area chairmen and other Mr*. J C. Saurian. Penney traa.B.rUU.. ..,.niatr te t'ebek.AddlUeaal. "cute, bruises. sore*, ulcers, u.. industrial perk for a period of two ,..,.. The om-
,... 1..
volunteer worker for the INS Parma; Mr. and Mr*. John W. tatered Labs M. JchiiMn.wk salt rheum fever tore, Titter pant pay $18,000 a year for the building wed a* a itorait .. '
March of Dime campaign for Wilkinson Clay iris; Mn. L. .....,.... M.... Bally Ana win to. ......... In ant 'fl.) chapped hand, chilblain, center

announcedtbls A. LMley. MUdleburg.Sptctfle Peecwll wa spatlalrd U ....'. .hew *f The Crearent. ,The Commission
day County en corn and all skin eruption, also agreed to deed to the AtlanUt

week by county chairman plan and activities ... UMhlag staff ef the W. and positively cure pile, or no Coaal Lin Railroad tile track Mtendlng from the main)I

Mrs. J. C. Damron. Homer U for the drive win 111 announced PB. B. ... fATEKBON E. Cherry ark.*.. pay required" If the stuff lint of the ACt. through the Johna-ManvWt property la

News win aervt u the county later but it should bt noted worked the bin was 3t rents. turn the railroad agreed U maintain its trackait on the

treasurer and Fred Andrew that mates wffl not ba sent Pity the poor doctors. industrial' park property

win bt the county publicity out this ,.,.. fymliHTMthirt New Concrete Plant At GCS 0U ...Ied bid on 39 enlisted. men's naldtiiUal quarters : I

chairman. should ht made bialy ta UMIwflWJual at the Industrial perk were returned to the bidden un-,

VAne chairmen wfil be. : ..... comonmtty'a actlvlUta. opened. Tb Oty wtu re-advrtUt for bid at a future" data.DrsinletCivicLeague '

Am McCuOougb. Oraen COT Proct.. from th Marchof .. ." '..1 t .

Springs: Mrs Oordm Sand Dimes drivt' an wed taopport LocalBoysAre '

hit: Mn. BtteaWDaataa the M rcaaarch andtrtatment Meets
ridge, Onnfft :" ,
, t.
: ;
1 "''''' \\It>
centen throughoutUM
1.qIt.o1IIIIIdI: fr"

Mn.: Cbnateaa.:: Dn. Inlet: county. '.' : :' :. .. "t.i.t InjuredTwo The Doctor Islet Clyte I. sgw. WID IIIaW w amid (
: mesung a$ I .Joel Malay
FYY '. . ...1 evening to elea. dae. awe.
ben to IY. .
.gecutM board,
; :

. Vance Powell Joins Chain ... Orit Cove youngsters 6b TIle mcpper meMlyd. will ** Dreaded T ,'''- *, tIYIpI c :1

;; wen Involved In nartragMatridwnte .
'. : : .
t..w U'.1. sob W Nee wed .ww auts ' ,:; ;" lat week. TbtCenter emutlw board lsportd that!...... et ... j,6ap./ '

/Y a..aggred Ayr .'t '': .. 10 2Nd were a N,110. tvllb .blew .1 ...1.1' \

ell O.rM aCIMIIIr. -. r. ... ... Carl sVnlth. I yean old. of ".. estiw emby verlonr tend raising aeUYI- \

W, aM...i sort 1821' North ......> street suffered .' blldyng 'd abtg. Ibt Pau 1 i

be apart.M'cps.. Wi .... :. .. :.. A.'R-. I >a fractured leg when tht were: Browpise, Cub ..... ce Soy senate it d.d..ed. 'J'be

MaN hbaee C6rtled a. .. ; of 1M Clay c.unv Uka" l'l'IIootmotlde
V ....: : : .; bicycle ht.wa* riding swerved to the MeOeIt1 and to the ClYte
tan fca sn nertii 0sa +wttarta Twedsyl et each mouth
", Into a Mug driven, accord' from -f
; tar 1 unto I relock the
Ow *.ai fv Sad "J(_ aftemooft 10 lllal aU keeL
..... sobs Y .... red bog to Dnwty Sheriff L. A. restdenu. with library card. ... check out book. a

a.c..n N e ..... Slaw by Doris William POw .

a.... sad .......Wllllt'a. '' ler. The child was treated at

......,. said ha. adaUtlM .. Clay Memorial' Hospital and Republicans Hold Breakfast:

a large BMaab ., efaasag transferred la HAS. Jackaon. .

...... to b* Mead 1st UM YUle Bin Mid the accident was ors bra eatfal& a&blkao cleed.sanlpira sponsor' f egl

lute this year by UM ArmoU IIIOmInc a& &lMt I

FalBMff. ....>,*..... b* JnJ.t home of Harold H1D. cballlnaJa 01 the county
accfcient 1m lUpublkan: -
another r n"euUvs.ommlttes.
aiall M.. his .w* saMark1
HeUard III. II, was accidental Saturdays win
M. Aavwila laeft- fcm5H! testis's. P""ftUUo. by D11'
I ly shot In the left by his' of tht la.u t uroundtng
.. eye current effort to eaUbllah (
..... Gahaeevfll O laaad a Job;
brother Oedorge, 13 A BB Corp Training center at Camp BlanJIng
lake CMy.Tk ter
Arwld Fabaer chataI shot r td<*d In lie corner of According to 11123 -...Ional .... mtdl do not &Inn. &

a aabatdUry ., MeOmwEdiaMi the boys *rt and wa* 'slra
C.....". ..... ... MeCtmafaai Gents C., tf laekaMviB I* prnilheg UM *. Mr to far UM J. by a magnrt. II* was treated at u. 'lmpalen of dltnce" surrounding local tfforu to lit :

.... kW dry cbaafag ee4a*. Bcack aa* art a* a pleat la Gnm Cv.>. Maavllb plant . t" say ether ea.n Clay Memorial hospital i.vttranafentd Job Con Training center fat the County. i; '

...... la Crvns C.r IIaasrih ladHitrtal s rk, ,... ......*. .*..we..*.. Hut .*.. M. to Baptist Memorial The breakfast to. open to the publi. Ticket may b. h.*) S ..

... .. Dvfal) Ctmttf aM*. tbaaj M year .. Ifcwptul. at 81 each by calling 284-2240 or 2$2-1110. '


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(cm fflmwtg Crescent JJotlibfeer ':w' For The Neu Year DECORATE .YOUR H&ME-WITH MUS C'

"WHAT is ooD.rod cur I'i OOD ro THI cancm by DUNCAN GRONER;I .'1,J1985T .'' Wf.r y ft"", . By
'. TA '
ELIZABETH ,LEONARD GRONER i '. i SECRETARY Most of us beyond school age are' likely to exclaim thisweek

PUKIINIO EVMY TMUMDAT BY Cmctmt PRIM. INC. : "But It's Impossible suffering and struggle It it our
r. o. ton tit < The years seem to filter through our lives;-' manners privilege to have a band in
6MIN COY SmN$. PlODIBATlUfHONI and fashions change. these coming events even if

GCS 284-3166 It is a difficult for me to resign myself to the Beatles, all we have la our little two
ficoiii CLAM 'OIT... PAle AT $ IIH Cove Smut FIOIIM to prefabricated (and pre-dtgestedl orange juice; coffee cents. At least let us have the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES potatoes and a whole lot of other things It Is difficult to satlsfactlo' of knowing that

OAR TEAR 11' ADVANCE' ..t.......:..... ... I'*> adjust to an age In which young girls pursue young boys. we Invested them in the support .
TWO VEARS IJt' ADVANCE ?... ......... .. *... Back before the flood It was the other way around.' of some worthy cause

Actually, I am so old I barely missed a reception in and that we made some _rl-, 1os.
Norfolk for the Grand'Duke Constantine of all the Russians. flee to Insuure better days for bul

His Imperial Highness was characterized by the local h our children and grand-chU.
The Great Society press as that "darling little fellow," and at one of the balls _, dren.

In his honor ;'the long promenade halls were Illuminated by
The United States inaugurates a President behind bulletproof locomotive headlights kindly loaned by the.Atlantic. Misslulppl In 1416 the Portuguese navigator ,, .;

,laaa. and Ohio Railroad authorities"As Bartholomew, Diaz was' ,

history has recorded It, the ,Grand Duke and his entourage ': the first to sail around the No matter how yea decorate Yon simply take the systeoa horn,!
The United States trapped in a losing Asian War, unable southernmost 'point Of Africa. It .and relax.
sat down to some grub described at follows: your home, dont forget that moot connect -
diplomatically to withdraw and unwilling, militarily DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD Other navigators had failed personal and tasteful accessory The "Solar System" Introduced!
Consomme de Volailles
to win. and the cape was called the tnuiie. by the Phoaola Phonograph Com t
Bouches aux Hultres 'Diables:Pouilles pall Is packaged la four modular'
Music add warmth
Cape of Storms. But DIM got can more
The United States snubbed by General Charles de Pates Busses, aux Fromaga vPetlts This is a tough world, and it through and he changed the than a smite. more color thaa aPiceaio wall-hanging units;. two speaker!'
cabinets, a roeord changer and aa
will get tougher. "Peace and comfort thaa
Gaulle. more aa
Soudae a la Provencales name to Cape of Oood Hope. AM/W stereo taner-ampllfle
good will among men" seems to easy chair H can add beauty too,
The United States cringes before the attacks of leadersof Jambon de Norfolk become increasingly nothing When Moses sent an investigating It you choose your stereo system No"shelving Is needed, no "dum-i
Republic which It la to defend 'If committee into the for style well any chests are required.
the puny Malaysian sworn as as performance.
Rot Bif 1'Anglalse. j but a pious hope. Nevertheless The units caUnotod la ricbJ
against the promised onslaughts of Indonesia. land of Canaan they found It's generally recognized that
looking woods, are handsome
Belle de Menton de Virginia to the '0111\11 would say;,
a powerful and war-like people the utmost in stereo sound Is produced enough to bo left proudly out la,
The United States braces for new uprising. in Panama Dinde Truffles cheer upt I the wont is yet' to occupying' it In their report through" component part the open. With the wall bracket!{
"Yankee Imperialism." cornel Cataclysmic days are Yet many people shy away from there's Mod to store
protesting Chaud Froid de Pluvlers they said, "We were as grasshoppers design, no .
ahead I You are going to live Ultra as too complex-and too them away even If you have not
The United States stands mum as Castro parades new Pate de fol gras de Strasbourg In one of the moat extraordinary in our own'ey.... Now. much of a decorating problem. shelves. or display space available.)
arsenals of nuclear power given him by the Soviet Union. Terrln de Sercelles de Norfolk periods In the world's that is not humility. It Is not Stereo engineers have now overcome The effect' is like a picture sr4rangement
even prudence. It la a form of these objections with a now -with the added dl-j
As Lyndon Baines Johnson would say this Is a great Cotelettes Porjarskl history; you will,witness changes apostacy. It may be true of "Solar System" of packaged com- mention of sonad. 'While forming)
society. Cotelettes de Mouton in economic! {ife and inter man. a thing of nature; but poMntlln decoratordssigned walnut aa Interesting wall display, the;.
national relations which will cabinet There are no additional new system offers "wall-to-wall
Oellnottes rolls it is not true of man aa God sound Idea. for
either rehabilitate or definitely parts to buy, no complicated mosle" truly a
Oelee aux Champagne and absolutely destroy our thinks of him and u God Is Wiring or book-uye to worry about, decorating your home with music J'

Pudding Diplomats civilization.Sometimes. pledged to equip him and sustain
him in every high obedi
Resolutions Glace Chocolat-Vanilla
,we look at the ence. A man is not a grasshopper
Glace Orosellles-oranges
past and longingly' wish we neither a worm or a aheep,
in itself U not an unmixed blessing. Compote fruits de France could have lived In those great so long as he I. capable of BUD'S' GATE STATIONKEROSENE

History does not record whether or not the Orand Duke days that have bequeathed naming the name of God.
It<4s worth noting however that the top six County rose from this snack or whether he was carried away. so many good things to us -

officeholders who took over this weekk are, on the average But the food'' wasn't the worst of It. Miss Mary Minor of What a privilege to have been There are those who hugh Home Delivery or -
at the idea that "the meek
20 years younger and far less experienced than their pre Charlottesville, who was, I Infer an aunt of a celebrated contemporaries of Jesus watchIng shall Inherit the earth." But U-IIaul It Service Available
dean of the Law School at the University of Virginia, wentto Him listening to Him and
decessors.It Phone 284-9250
have .
the shindig clad In "white muslin," which I can onIJ''UPpoH talking to Him But if we me proud the
is possible these relatively green youngsters will look was made from some old sheet. Another grande show ourselves worthy of living truculent the cheats by any Orange Ave. and Cove St. GKEKN COVE:
chance inherited the earth
at some of the old problems in a new way. dame was described as wearing a dress "gas-light green in these earth-ahaking
with wreathes and flowers" With the proper build she days, our children and grandchildren Were Herod. Hitler Mussolini -
Most of them fit into three jurisdictional! categories: with laid Stalin or Peron able to stand
might have posed as a Christmas tree, presents will envy our having
County Commissioners, School Board and Sheriff's Depart underneath Miss Minnie O Hayes, of Oramercy Park been born In this red-letter the pace? List Your -

ment. We have a New Year's resolution for each: New York, wore a "waist crepe de cheme de colte sleeves, century. So let us go Into the new
white silk with lace rushlngs; skirt en train, light blue Clay County Property
For the County Commissioners, we would be happy to crepe de chene over petticoat. But the cynosure of all Would you have liked to sail year remembering that we are ,

see them to resolve in the coming year to take a more eyes must have been Mrs Commander O. H. Stanton who with Columbus across uncharted on the side of the angela. Let With'

aggressive interest in the development of the County: for was described as wearing a "very elegant party toilet; seas? Do you envy' Bolivar us face the challenging future

Green Cove more blue chip Industry for Orange Park more diamond ornaments" You can bet your bottom dollar that and Washington as they liberated with a mind unafraid to travel Frank W.: Broivn
party toilet with diamond ornaments looked better thanit continents from oppression unbiased trails
fine residences, for Keystone more recreational facilities, sounds now.Anticlimactically.. Well don't. The great ; asense of And Associate
for Middleburg incorporation (If that la what the peopleof days are ahead not humor and the power to laugh;
I Miss Mamie Oarnett wore "corn-col: behind BsgMsMl Beal ...n.. Brstar1UIVJ. -
Middleburg really want) ; for Memorial Home Commu- ored silk, with pearl ornaments." And the Important thing is to a sense of the presence of God BlgkwBr I! Onfft..*

nity a $5 million endowment that would free its management And to cap the climax most of the dances were called help them emerge triumphantly for. as Psalm SI says, "Our Phan %..NH -
the ,a lop. from the crucible of human times are In His hands
from the heavy burden of tr1nl0 make a profit out -
.I No wonder, our relations with. the Russians have wor.
of elderly ministers and missionaries.
.... send in the ensuing years'

For the School Board, we hope and believe there will But fashions change,. ,

be resolve never again to hold. a secret meeting. My own first brush with such social high jinx was after EFFECTIVE: : JANUARY lot 1963
r II"'I it the social bellweather had gone full-circle. In fact, my attendance ':\1
For the Sheriff's Department . and it isn't much was confined largely to the kitchen, my family's,

except a matter of appearance, we would like to see every where a small army of caterers was In a frenzy with the

deputy armed with an over-sidsd shovel and Instructionsto trappings of a feed for Mrs. Warren Oamallel Harding I
was briefly ushered Into her that evening and
presence my
dead animal from highway to the
remove every any
: chief recollection Is that she was an extraordinarily dowdy
nearest buzzard" roost. There were five of them In various %
looking with
woman a peacock feather protruding from the 4
degrees of nudity between Oreen Cove and the Hibernia top of her ornately-wrought hair-do She clapped me on > /

Road on Sunday .morning the head and said I was a nice little school boy wasn't I. i.

I agreed and retired Her husband looking very like a ; t

Oreek god, was at a political gathering elsewhere In the .
town. But neither of them turned out well
very .
Ood knows Cal
Coolidge and Herbert Hoover were no .
Paid Hardeman Inc. Improvement; the former pouring his coffee into his cup

wherewith to cool it; the latter standing glumly in the ? ,,. .' 'u'',': COMPOUNDED: ANNUALLY ', ,
middle of some murky creek trying to hook a catfish. .w<
The forthright statement made to The Crescent this q 'f <
Old Hoover was a miserly man else he would never have I '., .
week by Bernard Becklus manager of the Oreen Cove plantof amassed a hugh fortune mining other peoples' gold. His ".:. \ V. ,
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Paul Hardeman Inc., should go far toward clearing the orphaned nephew a school mate of mine, lived at the ,'::1.: ": t!' Ec" I

air:of a lot of rumors and gossip. White house and it was my' dubious honor to be Invited -.-
there on several occasions.One ".','. ,
Hardeman has in recent months suffered substantial morning I passed the President in the upstairshall. \ '

financial losses on some of its construction contract work. Never a chatterbox. Hoover regarded my shoes and, :}' ,

Its parent company. Universal American CorP., Is spinningoff "Shoe laces untied." Just that and nothing more. It shook :' A

about 40 per cent of the majority interest It holds in without a "good morning" or a "Howdedo," he observed: '
Hardeman. Hardeman owes banks and other creditors me because I had the Immediate impression If I didn't "A I

something like $IO million. quickly tie that shoe, it might come off and who could "

tell what might happen to It then. Hoover in % Compounded "
might 4
For a young and relatively small company this Is not a .
good news. moment of weakness, give it to one of the Bonus Marchers, .. Quarterly
or, more probably to his own Army Chief of Staff one .
t But Paul Hardeman himself has put up $3 million of Douglas MacArthur. who In his lifetime collected a passel r ,

hII'own money as a token of his faith in his company's of real estate In the Philippines and a good part of the 4'

v future. And Becklus In an extraordinarily candid statement household furniture of the Emperor of Japan. ., .

said he believed the company would pull through Nowadays the way they tell it, the President goes INTEREST PAID ON REGULAR SAVINGS -

m and.that Its operation in Oreen Cove would in tune sklnnydlpplng in the White House pool and his wife feeds ''''\ # . '
'1 r prosper. foreign dignitaries) grits and deep-fried catfish ;'; ,

No wonder Charles deOaulle is shy of state visits to ,
This newspaper has not always been an ardent admirer Washington f '
of the public relations policies of Hardeman. I
;, I Too frequent- M,,:.\ ,,..,, \
ly In the past they have been muted. Whatever the com \ I .'

pens story Clay County' want ate know it and In the .. ,! .r.' .
same degree in which It is told with forthright candour T: j ... j
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. j',', I belp. SEE YOU.ATEchie's , ,b (j/ j- BANK of G iffiN COVE SPRINGS ; ,. 'I : J j

,Let's; Grow, Clay County . : ; a : '

., sensuous tee*

Clay Memorial Hospital will break '\ ,
ground within 60 M '
JA Oiled and Largett Bank
day for a "00.000 addition which will more than double ( < C0tM/jf .' .
Its present capacity. ;:? '
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This in itself should come as welcome newt to every IN
resident of the County. For it is a warm and responsive', ,. :"j;''''.
refuge/or the sick of every age and condition and eolor. Telephone' : ''

ORANGEDALE'Where ; 1/ ,
But almost even more, It is a happy' omen of the future. sI-3051" *
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It is;the first civic: response to our developing industrialltttloo. '?

.' n 1 II wen planned well coordinated. . it will be. ..
we should hope In full operation by the time Johns-Man- j -or-

Tllle'a'vast Transits asbestos pipe manufacturing plant gets < o. > .
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UDder way In the FalL ,
o : ,o,,' r Congm.9
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TO- 'of the Hospital Authority','to R. L. '- The Bt. .,v. Xtodslk, the Hospital's'administrator, we can all say: Utmltr FDIC"PAGE

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I Green Cove 7 S. ;;; I Tan duties Maaten at Tulane baa returned VnI.tJ. 'Keystone's'New Building'r .. BJB I Practical, Nursing .CQuy' ; .

Mr*. M. B. Argo spent' the umber Offered in St. Augustin'The fl I

holiday a* the guest of heron the : Mr.. and Mrs., 'William O. u. -A' ;
and hi family, Mr: and and ... of Lewlsburg. Pa.. visited a St. Johns County prto- qualify as Licensed !fcfsNune. wl
lira. Malcolm Argo in West Miss Bonnie Data Baker I Comi>.llng Ants lice) nursing program is accepting < a
Palm Beach. Mr. & : They were spending applications: for its Entrance requirements are as
Christmas vacation. tour. Although many Insects attack second class which will begin follow: \
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ion certain plants, ants show
Miss Virginia Bruce Dav send Ann Florida. only little' er no partiality I T&er'll February' : 15. Age: At least It' yean of.age
Oeorga Bword Platt liamson. feed en anvthlni. The program la sponsored by on admission. B1rtb' ltl'cat.e.
have Identified\ br means of their the; St. Johns Board of Public required. 'Male students f ac
returned to Cloudland Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jenkins mall necks sad waists, ants
Oa. after pending the Christ- Bobby their daughter, Bandy: of range from one sixteenth of an Instruction in cooperation with cepted.
mess vacation with Mr. and ockI i'ham. N. C. were the Inch to one half an inch lone and Hagler Hospital and la accredited Education: Completion! of
Mra. ,George Davie. and Mr. parents ueata of their daughter and are black brown yellow or red by the Florida State Board tenth grade or its equivalent
Sa color. They usually\ live in of Classroom and .
Nursing clinical
as by an equivalency \
and Mr*. Edward Platt : Mr. and Mrs Robert colonies in your lawn and on
) facilities are located at test ,cf
Transcript high
the : ,,, during the Christmas
Lane Easier of Cloudland. Mrs .. Throuiho'ut the United' States, nailer' Hospital, 8t, Augustine school: record required. i
I the small black pavement suit The 12-months course includes Personal: Fn-admlsslon dental .
Oa the
holiday the of
a* eats root and tender lUmt. It
guest of Mr.. and Mrs. George Mrs & also digs up and destroys iMwlyplanted Instruction, and physios examinations.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Fullerton
Davis. seeds and seedltnjs. The' supervised practice: and clinical Citizen of the United State or
son, : their children spent the large[ red AarvesJer suit livesdeep experience In the hospital. legally: declared Inters. to .become 1
Mr. and Years weekend as the In the toll and often clean School hour are from 1 until a clUsen.
Mr. and Mr*. WaDer Kelly and Fullerton's all circular cries
of Mrs. par. war 3 o'clock
Monday through Frl- Final recommendation for
bad a* their guests Mr*. James Wales, eversl feet In diameter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Amos
from day admission to the to made
Thomas and her FleiarcA ant, introduced course
son. Jimmy Patton above Is tie new municipal baUUag I nKeyslone Thew
Greensboro Oa.
where it ii not epest Instruction and
experience by the Admissions Committee.
of Oreenville., 8. C. and Mr*. Height which will be ready for eeeapaney! soon. widespread .
has more are provided in medical and There have been number of
J. D. Mr I a
Bcoggln. Kelly Mr. and more of a problem
Mr. and Mrs. L. Thomas built, surgical nursing, mother and requests for application forms
mother also of Greenville, who had .* I than our native species. "
will spend a few weeks here. holiday of South Charleston,i Lora Lee Hutton Robert nests In lawns by forming hills newborn care, care of children and those who have not yet
Virginia spent Christ or mound around nit olnlnl'l' emergency nursing, diet therapy returned these forms are reminded
Averill .. week with Mr* Miller' frequently smotherl!"* and central supply services. to do this immediately,
Mr. and Mrs Clinton Clark ing rounding rrass. And it ales prevents I
of Greensboro N. C. are spending week Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maxwell Wed in GeorgiaAnywhere good stands br destroying There U no tuition charge to u decisions! will be made in the
a few days in Green Cove. Florida.rZ'B. ... grass seeds. Other varieties of residents of the state. Books, I near future as to those students
ants defoliate trees and shrubs uniform, equipment registration who will be accepted for the
MaxwellHuttonMrs. of Mr. and Mrs A. E. Maxwell and tunnel through decaying
and laboratory fees COlt class
Pfe. Donald Prevatt sta. Mr. Mrs Herman E. Reed hadtier Grace Hutton of Green also of Green Cove. The bride' wood. Some can even inflict pain
approximately |8S. Upon satisfactory For further Informationabout
f ul. stinging burns.Ant
children and
tloned grandchildren
at Ft. Bennlng, Oa. a* their Cove announces the marriage father is Lee R. Hutton. : injurloui
else transport
completion of the the call Mrs.
pent a few days with his -. the Christmas holidays: of her daughter, Lora Lee to The wedding took place on little aphid and mealybug to program
course, a certificate Ia awarded Barbara Jones, Director of In
mother Mr.'A. V. Prentt ,.. and and Mrs Harold Williams Robert George Maxwell son New Year' esters chrysanthemums and
Day in FoUston
Mr*. ..,., Jean and Joyce, of Pa- many other flowtrlnij plant*.The and graduates are eligible to structlon St. Augustine SSISSI ll
eenU1.'I : Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. Oa Both tile bride and bride- aphid and mealybugs feed on take the Florida State! Board I or write to P. O. Box 4S..
8. C. recently the of her :
: as guest room are students at ClayHigh the flower which become of Nursing examination to St. Augustine
Mr. and Mr*. J: W. Pullertonwere Jr.. Art Phillip, and daughter and Mr. School. They were so- dwarfed and sometimes die. In I -_ ----- --
honored at the home Gf Mist, of Jupiter and Mr. and and Mrs. W. W. Hodges, at the compalned to Georgia by the addition ant often tarry din
W. H. Reed and Hal, of ease and spread them frog
daughter, Mrs. Elaine who Qul-Si-Sana Hotel. iride's brother-in-law and sister .
to plant.
Williamson on the occasion Gf Christmas after Mr. and Mr*. Reuben Push plant On of the moat effective waj) .- -
their 92nd anniversary on De parents Mr. and Mrs R H. Bill- Mr. and Mr*. H. J.'), of Jacksonville to combat damaging ant, an PHONE
ingsley and Mr: and Mrs., Lewis than 100 other Tweet peat
more \
of Atlanta and
ger lalaber'l Following a brief honeymoon, *
e'J Levi
I is to apply i
Reed of Jacksonville visited c///
Clayton and Mr*. Annie the couple returned to Oreen and Garden Insoiect Control t :
Reed family: of Jacksonville were visitor* Cove product of G.lf Chemical 284-9681 t

with Mr*. A. W, Pierce on I I poration 1nMfUclde.will Spectraclde,'.a eo"'l u
save r+
Mr. and Mrs., A. D. Duck Sunday I ranee .
GCS RAINBOW TO HOLD I both the time and \ '
spent Christmas with their I .using.. a variety. of...peat control J. Q. Fuel
A Service t
daughter and son-in-law Mr Re,. and Mr*. William Erwin SPAGHETTI BUTTER 'I. 't' M.. r ,
and Mrs. Walter Lee Striplingand and their children have returned I A spaghetti supper will be '
family in Orlando. from a trip to Wynne held on Saturday, January. 9, .*. IS! N. Orange Ave>, Green Cove Baring j..

Bwy. wood Penna. where they at the VIA.Building in Oren MICKIY FINN -- .. for yew .
Charlene Studebaker has returned visited Rev. Erwln'i moth, Cove Sprlngi! fro ml)0: to 1:90pjn. : Lank Leonard '

to the University of Mrs A. W Douglas and NorthBrunswick This U sponsored by the epV AaeVr g MYT MI, .l 1.'Ur.r401(4;[ '" \
Oklahoma after spending the N.J., where they Order of Rainbow (for Girls, y rAKAHr re aems mmaAr"a

BUSI.VESSMKJf'S.:: : Christmas vacation with her spent some time with Mrs. Ed Assembly No. 77 Green Cove rrwr nrrruMMrAro rAMUrwAt _COIL IIOMK( DKMVKBVtyl ; ;
parents. win's parents the Rev, and Springs.
I Mrs. S. E. PerkiN. Do attend and enjoy a good -,., ,4 ( .k Service. ,
"The Beat Miss Jane Ward spent the supper, and support this cause
Seafood, Rib Christmas vacations, at her Mr. Herman E:' Reed I ip+n! TtotA SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RTMIXR( ) corrosion inhibitor 1

\ .. "S"OrfJtY'f }. home' 'In'O.t Ridge Term. New Years weekend as the eta uiAOSmt'xtiTlO help you eul down lusting bills) because .II fights,
guest of her son, Mr. and Mrs rust and corrosion, lives you more heal, cleaner Heal per ,
I Mrs Vista Tolsom of ItarUvtlle. William H. Reed and ,randIOn. iTATISSSSAAA S dollar. I

8. C.. spent a few days I Hal, In Tallahassee. I s BURNER SERVICE: : SPECIALISTS? Our oil burner servicemen

are skilled prompt dependable

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Feeding four Dog
A good rule in feeding grown Post Ilia; U"M I' in all-reund
dog I* to give one half ounce of rood printing try the CRESCENT > JIM H'rOlUMUUI'M !
dry dog food per pound of dorper .ar.U. INC. The prleeH
day. The sole, of r. willvary
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acrordlnf to the 9 9t
AttendI need of your dot:' One way toUll I 9t t
I if you are. feeding too much
I is to observe him a* ne eats If et
i he leave the Uh) while there I I. '
still food In It, or it he stops
1 rating to gift off Into apses,
then the chance are you are PROUD TO BE YOUR
CHURCH SERVICES feeding him too much. Let Urn I
eat for thirty minutes and then
take up the dish and dispose of
I the uneaten portion feed Mm
I less the next a.,. NEWDEALERFOR
Do not .leave uneaten food] In
the dish. T* .4* so Usenet your

At dog The to grown become dog a' finicky doe very eater well,
t ?
en ,lit weal a :day. If you feed MERCURY & MERCURY COMET
twin a day hi may est 20 per
tent more food than lie
This will be used te male tin-
needed fat or it will pass out a*
t The Church of Your Choice ,Is....t.. Either way, overfeeding It's a real pleasure being your new Mercury and Mereu

Brlbout: :;
adding vita- dealer. I've been In the automobile business
Comet fL
mine to your riotr* food'A dry };
food such I'urln hog Chow, T
ss and I know a fine line of cars wheI ,
!t contain tnorm than adequate< a good many years
amounts of vllsmlif, minerals,
: i This Sunday and other jfarlars for normal I see them. The '65 Mercury and Mercury Comet modelare ; (
growth and maintenance. Addltlonsl -

.t I vlumlr. Also may, some sctuslly vitaminttrrt lnjureyourdog something to be proud of-fine cars that you can be I: \

t .r* may even destroy other be able to offer these excep<
: titsmln proud to own. I'm happy to

i tlonal cars and the topnotch courteous service thai : I

PARTRIDGEWELL ,, .t Mercury and Mercury Comet owners have grown to expect> ., L I'
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baby. Everybody loved himanywsbecause Mn. Turner now lire on the r'f r
be never bad shores of Hall Lake, named ,
I ;'a father.* So recall one of for lyman mil, Ciyll Wr John Han with his Immediate family at front, his two grandchildren Susan Hall Civil War. Reminded. that
lhl.' Iwo snrvinf aunts: Mrs. veteran who war her father his home. They are, L to r.t John Preston Lemen named lor..her maternal great Another aunt Mrs. Charity her parents had produced a
'.Faith Turner, $1-year-old and John Hall's grandfather Hells Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Hall and his daughter grandmother, and William T. Lemen IIL .Olisson. 89,,recall that her. Faith and. a Charity, Mn.
Mrs. William. T, Lemen. .., Jr., and InK .tather' and mother. Lyman,, GUseon was asked what be.
and Elizabeth Durden Hall. earns of Hop Hope was
.emigrated from Georgia to. planned oho said but never
.. place near Starke before the materlaUied."'
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,." Ms father. According to his to lurvivtnff slaters, the rider When John Hall was still a teenager, he made up his e yOn
\ :pleee of property he had just acquired near Mlddleburg. mind If he as to conquer any worlds bed better get at It. I +M
'( All almost literally killed himself working over a newt One day; he told his Uncle George he, was leaving and r
t As a vcry.yonng child, ,John Hall and his older brother,' thanking him for serving as his father, John Hall left. His
WlWlbert, went to live with their Uncle George Hall In this. first .job was In Marloa County. A year later he returned to
bo.... at McBae (the first County Seat of Clay County). Clay County, are/cattleman for the Southern Cattle and his return from overseas, John Han purchased his Just before his. retirement, the Sheriff receive a plaque
I j 1 The area abounds In lakes and ponds sod John Hall recalls Feeding Co., at what Is now Penney Farms. The picture first ear. This was a fun decade before he was tint elected from County ",. The**** J. sliver (IL). At the right I It
1 l he was "In an dout of them all like a young alligator." above with John Hill In the center was, taken shortly be- abort!t. Sheriff leanings Murk.
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I . ", I |1"I COTTON'CAY, CROSSWORD"Twill I "rryf0't LIBRARY GzzD BOUD1 TOOeorce I

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And More time for fua tine*.new eaijj-care. fabric Il.,.. ) :
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Funeral Home' 2 3 S6 Onan admlnl U" toj riot _the ta" coLOP N CoRZ.
County Zoning "ComroJMlon, .
were namod to the County ,
M1 CHARLES HELM 9 0 11L Library Board this I ,"_\ Smokey wyi to color the bird in UM trM-red; the ky*i"': -<
In hla last day In office, blue; the flowen-yellow; the bear cub-dark brown;'th.'
Funeral Director 12 13 1 Ooremor Bryutt.named II the deer-brown; the raccoon-brown and white;and the treee and fraM-Kieetu. |f
two men to iuoc,*d
Phone 284-9696 : 1S : : i : 16 ly, and Dunnarant Un. Uri told Canova.Tba Crescent.' ,friends-h ppy-Be very, very careful with all matches and ilres-alwayit"! ,

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Reporter MRS HERBERT D. MTERS. Phone 529-MSl r CLAY COUNTY s for the expenses' to Tallahassee Florida where the Band win

OatEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA participate In the Oovemoor's Inaugural Parade. After a dlscuaalon. -
THE THAELEB STORY painted brilliant"red and' named are younger doctors ready to ,-Marine Private Fredrick: C. December it 1PO' <'*' motion by Commissioner Orson seconded by Commissioner
Part ThreeA "Ruthie"' wad given to the I take up the work and carry it Titles, son 'of ':Mr. and Mrs, Murrhee and carried, to contribute $100.00_ on Uw. re
Nurses' Training School hospital. During "her lifetime"she on. The bout with Illness and W. E. Flakes; t>( Keystone f:.. .'c1 ek AJL quest.The .

was begun in l1 35. Nearly; one transported many tons of disease has not been won, but Heights ,hat completed recruit The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County; met Clerk advised that one sealed bid was received as
hundred graduates have left needed equipment and supplies the hopelessness] of having no in regular session In the County; Commissioner*;Meeting RoomIn advertised for sale of surplus stripped Civil Defense Equipment

the hospital to become registered from 'the dock at. Puerto Ca- where to turn for medical help the Courthouse on above time and date.' The bid was opened and the amount bid being 20000. Motion -

nurses in Nicaragua The bezas The three and a. half has disappeared from the, The meeting was called to order by; the C'ha1nnan. Honorable by; Commissioner Odum. seconded by; Commissioner Oreen..
thoroughness of their training; hour trip ''b cam '"one of the hearts of those who live on the ] Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were WalterO. and carried to accept same from ,W. O Fountain Lumber

is recognized throughout the chief means of "recreation"for .east coast of Nicaragua. Odum District No. 3.; Marvin Oreen, District No. 3 and O. J. Company

country and a graduate nurse the Doctor: | ,. On November 2 ,1964 two* Murrhee, District No. t"ANent. H.:E. Moody District No. 5. Motion by; Commissioner Odum. seconded by; Commissioner

from the Thaeler Hospital Is The Gray hospital' Recta passengers boarded a plane. The Invocation was given by Reverend J. R. Olachea Murrhee, and carried, to approve Resolution as presented

in great demand. In 196 ,\ the local,' Hospital There were moist eyes and sad Pastor of the First Baptist Church. by; the Clerk; re: Deaton Truck Lines, Inc, application for
,From time to time additional Board JfMomunended'' to ,:the goodbyes when the,doctor and The minutes of the last regular meeting of November D, Penult to transport Johns-Manvllle Products) In Florida.

buildings were added and Improvements Mission( made. In 1949 a Adventist 'Hospital atPueffcrCabeas who had become 'their fam proved as read. ..- Chapter 502.27. as received from Florida State Beverage Department

surgical wing was completed be bought anda 11)" during these past years The following monthly; reports and letters were' read on a 1953 Chevrolet, two-door, Serial No. 053AOOS274.;
and In'that' same year a telephone sec nd medical center be established ' As they flew homeward they and filed: Motion by; Commissioner Oreen seconded by; Commissioner

'system was Installed. there tA rift :trpm could recount how faith com- Monthly; report of County Judge;.re:,Fines and Forfeitures, Murrhee and carried, to instruct County Attorney; to fJe( For-
'One of the far reaching the Pauline Bahnoon Gray bined with work had accomplished Monthly report of County Agent. feiture proceedings If law Is applicable.A .

health improvements to the ,round op. was" K matched" miracles] along the east Monthly report of Assistant County Agent I letter from Public Defender was read by; the Clerk: a%
eastern coast of Nicaragua resulted with from Nicaragua real coast of Nicaragua during the Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. received requesting tl,200.oo as Clay County's Pro-rate share

from the malarial research deal .. nd the 'purchasewas. past, thirty years Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent of cost be approved for Public Defenders Office for I9C4-69
project begun in April I made.\In May 1959, the newhospital (To Be Continued) Monthly report of Florida State.Board of Health. Budget year. Motion by; Commissioner Odum, seconded by

1951. I was' dedicated' dI the I Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections; re: Commissioner Oreen. and carried to approve request
While on furlough, Dr. Thae I namecL1he') ullne' BahnaonI The annual "Honorary Members training at Marine Corps Inspection of Clay County; Jail and SRD Camp No 23. Motion by Commissioner Odum. seconded by Commission

ler visited the University fo Oray...Hwpltal in memory ofa meeting" of the WCTU Recruit' Depot, Persia Island, Monthly; report of Department of/; .Public Welfare; re: er Oreen, and carried, to accept the following streets in Mea
Chicago Hospital As a resultof I Wlnsion-Salem Moravian will be held in the Sanctuary 8 C. He will report to Camp County Indigent Funds dowbrook.' Unit t for maintenance as requested by Iofeaclo.brootLand

that visit an American doc- who had manifested a lifetime of the Penney Memorial Lejeune, N. C* for combat in Monthly(report Director of Civil Defense. Company; subject to the approval of Louis H. McKee

tor serving as head of an Army I] Interested in the mission Church on Tuesday, Jan. 19, f ntry 'tralnlni.Airman Annual.Financial report of the Clay; County Health Department County; Engineer Arora Boulevard from 110 feet Westerly of

malarial research 'project Iat work In Nicaragua' at 3 p.m:, with the Rev A. O Funds Lyra Street to SID Boundary Cant Drive East Canls Drive

the prison In Statesvllle, Illinois Until resident doctor couldbe Hempstead acting as Host The Airman Kenneth A, Sprague, Letter from J. A. Brewer. District Engineer, Florida State South Mercury Drive, Polaris Drive, Carom Drive Hercules

decided too continue his I secured Doctor.Thaeler supervised Rev: C. A. Miller will lead the n, ion of Mr, and Mrs Ken Road Department; re: Centerline of 8R-224-A I Drive Venus Lane and Saturn Lane.

program of research at the and administered'the : devotions, and the Men's Chorus neth A,. Sprague of Orange Letter from Emmett L. Owens, Engineer of Secondary; The Clerk read a letter and Resolution as received from

Thaeler Hospital at Bllwaskar- I work at both centers Byleav- will sing Following the talk Park, has completed Air Force Roads, State Road Department; re: Job No. 715 O-3 Ol-SR- the Clay County Acting School Superintendent; re: Future

ma. The U. S. Army furnishedthe ing Bllwaskarma at 4 .A.M. In by the Rev Gordon Craig of bask military training at Lack 8-31J school sites within large new subdivisions The Clerk was instructed
drugs and equipment while Ruthie' he tould'be at.the Oreen Cove Springs tea will land AFP, Tex Letter from Mr. Charles] H. McCall Superintendent ofMooaehaven. to forward copy of same as received to the Clay Coun
the hospital provided a building Oray Hospital ready to'see patients be served. Orange Park; re: Appreciation of Clay; County ty; Zoning Commission. '

for the research headquarters by 8 o'clock After' a Civil Defense Rescue Unit recently; at Mooeehaven. Motion by Commissioner Odum' seconded by Commission.

The people of the area cooperated morning In the Clinic, and anafternoon Dr Albert Ktssling, pastorof Affidavit! from Sheriff Hall; re: Two. head of Impoundedcattle. er Green and carried, to execute Resolution and Contract on

almost one hundred per reserved ,for operations the Riverside Presbyterian No. 71508-2803'
Mrs. Shirley] Thomas and Mrs Tina Payne appeared and The following Public ,Office. ,
cent and malaria was reduced and hospital rounds, he Church in Jacksonville, will Bonds were approved and
requested a donation for the Orange Park School signed by the Board
miraculously this : High Band ; of County; Commissioner.
during period could spend ,the evening with speak in the Penney Memorial
: records, orders, conferences, Church, Thursday Jan. 14, NAME POSITION AMT OF BOND SURETY

The Tubercular Wing and correspondence at 3 on the subject, "In ; 4 rs
I After fouror p.m. George L. Carlisle Clerk of Circuit Court t 2,000,00 Or. American Ins Co.
Three years later a dream. five hoourt sleep, he would side Russia Dr. Kissling spent L E. Wayne Geiger Tax Colector' 10,000,00 Planet Ins Co.

became a reality when the tubercular reverse the schedule and repeat several weekks touring Russia Louise O. Smith Tax Assessor 1,000,00 Travelers] Indemnllr; Co
wing was added to the hit round of duties at last summer. His visit to Pen- Thomas J. Rivers County; Judge 2000.00 Travelers Indemnity Co.

jhospltal. From the early days' Bllwaskarma. Only Sundayswere ney Farms has been arrangedby O. Jennings Murrhee, Jr Sheriff 2.000.00 Reliance Ins Co.

,.f his ministry to the Ildlana, I reserved for "no travel the Literary Committee of r. L. E. Lewis( ) Wilson Supv of Registration aoo.oo The Fidelity I Casualty; 01.

the Doctor had discovered that ing" But in May 1999 help the MHC Association The pub d f L. IOt-nny" Lancaster County; Commissioner 2.000.00 The Fidelity A Casualty Co.

tuberculosis] was one of the came. Dr.!, Anna Korterllng lic Is invited to attend. Luther E. (Cooter) Wilson County; Commissioner 2odb.00 Or American Ias. Co

most prevalent causes of deathin a former missionary doctor of Marvin Green County; Commissioner 2.000.00 Or American Ins. Co.

the area, Treatment is expensive the Reform Church in India, The Rev. F. Nelson Schlegel Wilda T; Russell Justice of Peace aoo.oo The Fidelity a Casualty; Co

and It requires long 'volunteered to bridge 'the gap and Mrs Schlegel] have been Sprague has been John B. Han Justice of Peace aoo.oo The Fidelity; euu.ttr CO\

hospitalization. With the completion until Dr. Ned Wallace could guests of Mrs. Clara Harvey selected for technical training Archie PadreU Justice of Peace 00.00 Or. American In& Co

] of the eighteen bed complete his Internship and this last week. Mrs. Schlegel as, an aircraft equipment repairman James R. Chasteen Justice of Peace aoo.oo Reliance Ins Q).
wing It was possible to isolate move with his family to the Is Harvey's daughter Mr. at the Air Training Kelvin A. Oliver Justice of Peace aoo.oo Or American Ins. eo.
the T. B. patients and to give little coastal town. Dr. Anna Schlegel] is the Executive Director Carl E. Moaler; constable 00.00 Or American Int. Co.
Command (ATC) school at
a course of treatments for their Korterllna and her husbandare of_ the un Boston_ un, City_ '_ Mission u Henry Bohannon Constable aoo.oo 01'. American Ins' Co.
Chanute AFB, HI HU new unit
cure. The name given to this now residents' of the Memorial \ of the United Church of II part of the ATC system James Knowles' Constable 00.00 Or American In& Co.
new wing was "ESPERANZA!!: Home Community al Christ, also directs Farrlngton, which train airmen and offlceri Irving Padiett Constable 500.00 Or Amer1ein Ins Cb.
the Spanish word for "hope. Penney Farms, Florida, where a unique branch of Social Welfare ]- --
It is a fitting name. The beds Dr. and Mrs Thaeler have become closely connected with his' in the diverse skills required Motion by Commissioner Murrnee seconded by; Commissioner CommisBloner Green discussed the possibility of paving

were soon filled and ,many active .in the medical Missionary work. Mrs by the nations aerospace Green, and carried the bills were approved and warrants the parking lot for the new post office to Mlddleburg. Commissioner ,
were given a new hope for life branch of the j community.\ gel Is active in his Behle'j force. ordered drawn in payment; of same, aa win appear by Oran stated that Mrs James' McDonald Postnfatreas,
One Ton Truck Named 'Clinics Established tivities and also teaches Warrant Lists numbered J, 2-A and 2-B; which lisle are hereby; had contacted him and advised him of an agreement with the

"Ruthle"' When help arrived, further ous education in the Fernald I I Interior i Communications adopted as a part of these minutes* a*_much so .as if.set out former County Commissioner of that,district .whereby the
State School for retarded Technician Second Class Sam- In full hereIn. Commission would pave the parkingtot.. After a dbeusdon.
As time passed It was evident plans were tieun to eetab-
that additional trained ish clinic centers with graduate children under the Council of uel K. Richardson, USN son of Motion .Commissioner Omens seconded by Commissioner the request was denied by the Board,' as this was a personal
Churches of Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs Joseph H. Richardson Murrhee, and carried t* grant leave time to the Road expense to the property owners' .
doctors must be added if the nurses from the Training
of Oreen Cove, Is serving and Bridge Employees from December 33rd: 1904. until January Minion by
They occupied one of the Mo- Commlaaloner Odua.;tetonded by Commissioner -
people In need of help were to School in cVge. These outstations -
be reached. Transportation remains havejoetn: able to render ree cottages during their stay aboard the attack aircraft f. 11183; also authorized Clerk to pay employees en December Murrhee. and carried, the Board adjourned to meet again In
In 'Penney Farms carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt 23, 1904. regular.sw ton on the second Monday .f :January, that being
extremely ifflcult along] tremendous service to the .
operating as a unit of the Mrs. Margaret Nelson. Home Demonstration Agent appeared January. H. IMS at 1:00: q'elock w;-.'.H\.I" / .
the coast There are no high Inland are" By means ofthortwavaVWchorthese and thanked the Board for .
Sixth Fleet in the Medltenran allowing-? to attend Uw National TJJTHEftVlLSON.
>The Rev, B, H Curtis will Chairman.
except the hundred
ways one isolated
be the preacher at the 11 ean. v Convention in Washington, D. C., 'where Mrs, Nelson faa ATTEST! a .r. ".'U. 11 ..*.\
mile lumber road from Puerto cUnaK.Va| vet : Florkbs. ,GEORGE 1. CARLISLE Clerk I ivs
o'clock worship service in the
Cabeias Inland. This road, 'to keep InVcSftVcoiUract: with ,

which has been maintained by he two"MHW>$.i vehsin.lctlo" "Penney Memorial' Church'"" ** Marine' Private .Robert ''H. : t ..- .
the limber company, has made erlen'c) Sunday Turner; ion"of Mr, and Mrs -1. / ,1 ... ,

it possible to transport':ship- caae e' 'F.n ,., fter" spore "PvP6'--,,P*r "*,;8, Sutton'.WIWlead L.JL'Turner of QreeixCove. has 'r... '( .
:. the'prayer meetll'\ll'I graduated"from the Marine &t ,
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arriving from overseas than tt d { I.I' e'\
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at the.ports to the, hospital at thfrt1..ed1 i b'attte Wednesday. ""I January. ,. ,.at 7:30 Mechanical Fundamentals 't' 1 ( :, -
Bllwaskarma. A ton truck are' o'clock.. '. *' School at the,Naval Air I Ts ch- :'f} . .

P n nical Training Center, ,Jack 9

:.: [s. OREEN> COVE SPRINGSBDWliNi sonville..'He 'wtjl i attend another a speciarod': .
t technical school or return'to \ *i Motors

NEwaND ; I his hometown for, Marine completion:"Oor''Of aR9servb'Unit souice'f' Spring

r ., ; 'USED GARS : file dx'months'activ4'auty'at-, ..
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The Kingfisher lead the Seaman v Reerult Dennis C. .a a8 J ; : -
Often Cue Springs bowling league u competitionwas FitaOerald USN, son of Mr. Founded.I--.'and '*<* ,,..."'ff ' I ..". .... ... -.. .. ,
When .A. Better Deal,,Is. Hade.Van Ness Pill Hake Mlrheiw resumed this week. Here and Mrs. Winthrop C. Flta- -. 1'fO.ri.PrOIIucU*<' iff.lJ. r' "

.t -= 'fOIJ IN'-: :':'" Is the standings-: a aTeanl Gerald, of Orange .Park, hascompleted Credit U'XorertOit,to;' .,. gre:<< .:,'tt ',' ".-i:' -.: j I .."t'1,,", " .j .
Won I Last basic training at the i experience and knowledge 17s ... I M r ,
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to Jax S44-3IH OC8 '. Champions. ,.I,(a. 3fr H. "UJN( ,',,.sontofUr. tion. Toni PCA know: IF YOUR CAR WILURUN ..
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OrlpporiUSN. stepsonof ;|.Mr. to Ot roar and ,

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THURSDAY', JANUARY 7, IMS (ClJaV.C County!! Crescent-
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LEGAL NOTICB a Bnunmltt, taught the girls how' yarn scarf slldea.,.': 4 .; &'( c

to decorate eookiea. >I The Busy Beavers Club InMaadowbraok.also

GUIDE BANK Or ci8 In the meeting this month: made scarf:
GRBBN! tuvia irai cs
NOTKB Or Hk.-Ull.AM! ANa VAL the 4-H'ers will give their first I slides In their meeting. They

MKKTIMQ. W" STtKHHOLUKHM: 1 demonstrations. This will start enjeoyed a party with Christ

I f T"the. BtockboUara lt.g.lar Annual of The Ilaotlnaof Slack j them on an experience which mas goodies made by their

of uroan Cove Springs will bo j4HC1ubLF la followed thousands of 4-H leaders: Mrs. Sully Kart and
coitDrnoiojra' bald. In It. Xftoea In the liank girls all over Florida. Mrs. Thelma
Am BEVERAGES I UPHOLSTERY building| at Ur .n Cove Hpnn.., Bpengler.If .
Florida, oa Tuoaday, 'January Mrs. Alma Short leader of you are Interested In workIng -
Hth. 1lU, at 1:00: V.U. for tko News
MILBERGER BE-OPENING putpoaa of starling i airwtora i and ( r the Sixth Grade Club will help as a volunteer leader with

PAUL'S lranarting w"-.r" ether bu.lD. her 4-H'ers learn the proper a 4-H Club contact the Clay
TO ... may to. broaaht. before Mid
REFRIGERATION A Z UPHOLSTERY meeting AILARA way to hard cook eggs and County Extension: Office, P.O.

M. CHE88ER, then use them In recipes These Box 271 Oreen Cove or telephone -
AH Legal Beverages UI Magnolia AveaneGreen 1-T II Ya* Fr.. and Caviar
meeting the leader Mra.Trudy girls have also learned to make 384-5781. '
SERVICE Open S A. M. 1.1 A. M. Cove Springs NOTICB OP1 INTKNTIO1 TO Leading a meetingmaking

Dana County Line Phone SS4-17SI RKUiaTKR Notice I. FICTITIOla b.arby given SANE thai a dress, giving a speech plan-'

Air C./fl..lae. ..,.._.... North of Orange Park FUKNmnUE tha undaralfn, under the p 'ovtolono ning and preparing a meal.for 8 M
of chapter lisle, Law
oat ....... ....lot CANVAS WORK'
at Florida Acta of 1IT will a family, caring for livestock S
8. Palmetto Street rot-latar with the Clark of the '
Home Phone tll-HI BOATS Circuit Court In and for Clay according to approved methods, ., ales
SLIPCOVERS: MADE Countrr.ptat. of Florida. upon
., exploring a career-these: (tie '
Bndneaa Phone 184-1581 "New Furniture roo.lpt of proof publication
this fto." ... _
of Flclltlouanamo '
with the Old Comfo ." of L T Bar and Orlllo Just a few of the skill a' 4-11' -
INLET MARINAMERCCBT Highway IT. Orson Cove Syringe, Club member can ,claim.Althouth .
SERVICEWe .1-1.4. : III. IS Bls-n>.> D. B. LKB learning TneW.skill* -s--J

AO Brands
Repair NOTICK or naxii'LAN ANM: 'ALMBSBTIKIO of greater, biworMaca lathe ,
Servicing Clay County MERCBCI8EB SERVICE or STOCKHOLUKHS personal"ffevttoprnent that
Per meters Tears The r,f ular annual meeting of ?
BOATS TRAILERS FRANK mono n. .'< Orange Park Ph. SC4I5UFULLERTON'S Bank will b* hold at It. of
the rfsponslbUlty completeInn
office .. Lawronea Boulevard,
OUTBOARD REPAIR: SHOP Special Agentluorao Kayaton. H......., ...1. of Fl"r> projects, giving demonstration J r,

.......1 So 'rte Ida on Monday, January It. 111, '
** with *, serving on committees
Hwy. 17 Orange Park at ids: r M. for tko. purpoao of
14 IT. Orate Are.' Phone m. W Complete Ina rajMe Coverage electing director and tranurt* and holding office.
lag whatever other bmla..
a may
Green Cove *,(*.- XI44M4ABUCBM LIFE" PRE: AUTO may ba brouabt. before maid The 4-H'er often takes time A .

MILK DFUVEET HOMEOWNERS' : : ,,. meeting. off from Head. Hands and '
N. Watson Hard.nb.rch. J,. P' 424
MORTGAGE LOANS Kiocullv. Vice Health to develop the "HeartH.
the ranttan '* HOSPITALIZATION It.... 1-T ." The Modern MI. Senior
W. D. Morris
Rouen or I ITR TIOV 10RLUIITER 4-H atria In Oreen Cove Spring
Phenet Oreeai Cove 1S4-SMI : : riCTTIOra SANK
CAREY'STBADEBf collected old toys and spent
Dtttrlbntor MiMila Notice la hereby given that. ,
JaekeenvUle the undar tko pro- part of their busy time before t W
Ylelo.... of chapter III**. Laws
All Milkr.
Ones Coo BBrlBg FaaridnII Jersey of Florida, Act. of HIT. will the holidays putting the toys
E Palate ft Tat BMtSMAaUtMs LSMAL MOTICB' I r.fl.t.r' with the Clark ., tho In good shape for younger
Circuit Court In and for Clay
; H OraBf AveaMOranre comT or ('0"". County, Slat of Florida' upon children at the School for the Doctor Casifter T. Grabowski Ph.D. Match of Dints research
Tel. ...... HOME B. CLAY COIHTT. rooalp of proof of publicationof Deaf and Blind In St. Augus
DELIVERYCALL of Miami technical
director University explains
FLOBllnT. l" ",0. "'1IIo tha notice, the Ffetltloua grant ,
Park aama of TUB OIZMO SIIRLL, tine. This active club is proud
or detail of Birth Defects Florida
KMTATB current research to
.indlng lied Tel M4-4W SC4-XMI or IS4-S1M T.IN VA KB all)LADt1E.: ,. .:EN10N.'e and ...:::.:. .Hlchway ton., H.I.lOt..... and Fla.Slin.d H-II4, K.,- to welcome Urs. Margaret Taylor 1965 March of Dines Chairman George Onett.project At Miami and the
Jacksonville .
MRS. their leader
BfeBOag A CoOna ... bovineClalma, Mid'Eatatai or, Demsedsegeln.l U.". I-T. 14. II The Green Cote Fifth Grade Gainesville! of Florida centers, $134,000.00 in 'March of

Tel nl.tIU ZEAL ESTATE ta. and seek of ran ar Sera Dimes grants has been allocated for Birth Defects research.Plymouth .
Is foods Its
.u,.. and roo.ulrod ,. pra- Club studying as
WE TRADE IK ANTTBINO Jut any eta'.... and damandaMad first project. In the December
..Icla "0" ., "It".. .1 "... m.'
-- --- --
Or VALUE TWIN I REALTY ..y. aulaet the estate .t Ira RADIATORGLEANING
*. ........ dlocooaoii. Imo at I.,
.. ,,. County JudiO.
Hilda T. Neth of Clay Count? Florida t ha .
office In tha court ..0.... of maid 4
Realtor, Cove Sprlnia., '
County at Oren
ACCOUNTING Florida, within' al..a eal.....,
off RENTAL SALES moatka from the lima of Ik.flrat ... Valiant
publication .f thla notlco. :
AND T.. aach olalm or da-

TAX SERVICE hall .l... .... _I.*. of raaljancoand .
....,... of the
Lisle Kenney, Owner ......&.UaI.w po.t offlro WORK
and .hall ba .0'" 10
7 N. Orange Ave. Green Con ........... claimant bv claimant agent attornay:
. and aecompoalod by a. (IUmg f.a
.... IH-ml Sensing Greater day Cent of 0". dollar and ouch claim oramaad $2004?
Personalized Services Note,, Pakle not oa filed ohall Let UK cleanandrepair

IBAccounting *e'T.' t. J..t..... Jr.will ,

& Tax : OfflMrtS4SCtt PHONE :a ofIVA ....1 .

I4ltgss tH-IIII doraa.d .. your radiator
For I Flr.t publication ror.mbr ,
Business Firms doIndividuals Oraaige Avo i S. as Bay St.OrataCevo "". tMT.l4.ll.t-T now.

I tarlMgi

t '

I cLAsSIFIED ADS ,SICK lit Orange PONTIAC Anne, .... , ,,.' ..'*i. -r'.:VV m BrVsllsnt 100 2

Ones Covo-SoriBfe. I, < ,

Phone JI4-M5J

FOR RENT-Convenleatly W- FOE SALE: Three boireoaahowe. WANTED 4-IIII (In Sal)
taW garage apt. ............. Pine PancUaw." Urge The full price is low.

Can U4-SI1I after Ic31p.IL ran,.. One black eMthwealfroai Attention! I.OCIIWIVI'I

froat deaf of Rich School If year children arc hark InerhoaJ

FOR RENT Mehile home, 1M4.UiS4 IN feet en Benaveatore Avonoe BOO you free tin. In

with IdS contrtie :,.. by III fret oa VTeat Street year ewn nrlf. ......... to earn The down payment is low.

Me "Se al, Caaaohelle Eg r... WU sacrifice tar cud ChroedlJahnaon. with Avon. Write Mn. OvldaSweat. s

1<<7. Illf hwsy IS. north. From E... III South ....- P.O. Ben Me. live Oaa.1 I IFleella. 9

Green Cote Isis the ShandsBrMge noUa loypoalU Tarn MIS). . 1.7e'' The monthly payment is low.

In Orang...... 11-tle Phone JH-44JI. 114flfeLKUtL LO/it feed .

Tea ppy
FOR %OTItB.IS ales. highway lath SN. If
RENT-S room farnbhe4apt. The costs

at lee Weil St.. IS* with CIKfTTIT COfRT or hosed okaae eaU tll-M7t. Bo- day-to-day
t'chts' and water.. Phone oct ("LA' rttfNTv.. n...>niDAin weed ..,fft4. I.'.

tie-mi- IS-Sltfe !' W. ''rnANKRr$'CY... NnJO15N !' Plalatirt FOR SALE 1M4 T-Blrd. nttttrut like gas and oil are low.

....IUeL Small equity
FOR SALE INS FlatStationWacen. MART K'KKV. IXf.o-Uat .
end aaenaae Baynwnta. Phone
Original ,ri*. I1MS. KoriCH or nIT
"Did l that
til-tin. MeFOR you
Want ....s. Can BonaUWitter TUB sTATS Or FU>RJI. >A-

SM-tSU at .... after TOi1MAseRrs K. KKT light on?"'

ISI: OdraOR II DUT.rrlll Itallvorr Kmtk Carolina I BENT Punished 1hdna. See. Valiant really is the

-- YOU ARK HKKKBr to mriKU base "&I. .... al 411Cyarvae Um
: tkal a emit. . N fl odaaaioal .
< !. lao aN*. seUU.1 IL OCS. Phone IIImi. ,
SALEt 1.Nee saaole ** stolon valuab4ee yourieH/ row
OOM and you arc .11' ro- ''
alto ooahle hoi) and lilt ..Iced to ee .O ... ,.., ... aldre.e that hasn't forgotten
weal. rng. Can SS4-SSU. vnooo VOMO The Travelers Umbrella of .In* compact
... ..mppar,...... fcroo If as,. to par.a, btu FOR SALE ft lane ...... ursnce.Ash ys for.detain.J .
CAREER .4 cnmr-lalnt In .... Cult' oo"rf any aa
nor week OPPORTCNTTTtlM gnarantoew.Cringe .k.,*wblrk...Ia.. on I. o dolltorrd> h'. ''. >....yes" lafomatlon ...&ad JcaaePartor. J J. SLATER SMITH buy a compact.Have

... Al I tea. II West North ......, why you .
... .
.,... Bakes and ScrvWork. H>r.ln led awl or d-.o prooofo
>Ito Ago S>..... Phone. *** soda h.aur.d a...aJ.ot Oreon Cove Springs. I.', INS AGENCY
,Cu .w IM relief ovatod tkoBriwi ,
Evergreen Mill or ItlUSlevening bill .f sowpLro6THR
( ........ .,. li7VHi 0? SAID IVfr FOR BENTl. Two hidfaoaad fl teal) Omase T
anal )
"R nivoncB.WITNUNt hoes ......... an IS .... I youl
!hoe as 13.2144,1.7-e mr ka.4 and tkol Ones Cove SBffcjanPhew '
.. .. sell hart at Or.. Covoorlnca. Well water heater and hoiwaler'naater. .
rVorMa, tkio ltk day Oarage. BnaaaB II ........ t, .
roa BENTl S room. .... I .t lMooma r A IX IM4OKOMilB
Read kite 'Ge33ernri4L ..
U CAHUST.B.rurk Boar .
>*< ......... t .
nneaa. Penney Cirovll Cwt. 1.11I. ...
nt.M aw ae.IL Phono tS4SS44. ...... .... '
rats ..... ...... By Mtrlo O OcrkardtDo :
oarnort.vgo .
....' Abe For Islet. tars rrornr sAw' (leerpESNJS ,4X'( ,4, muasn tsL ti1I.--.-. allot' else. the lewtIt rlced ear Irede .kArerke'Wlt" .+ >

....... oM nanl ...... Boaonahla. H UINOLB I FOB SALE t .......... ... .
Al1e.. fee PIeisltnlei *.. Je eBftae aBtl drive trate wtrrtitr.
tide. l. 'ear'. *
Far fcaforeaatloa eaJI Law .ad.... ..,.... I and oho. NO rand CnorMotWRI -

dais COM ....un. l-1e J........,.... YeeI1 tt. !-Y.II I ...... CnJ M4-H4S. I.' QrroIor Cone /adlaswrnM. ; II d M Liman. .g rYsob. d eION t
M. .NAM-. oleo.. Was m,11. duel nena sec i 11A
' .nil we hr ps peon Msin .Cul.w,nee..w........ .e........ w
0 ow.- isle N..web.Mew.e kei .....II os.m seawse ... .1
: j : il w-1st ewe pe ee....,. ....e Sees. -eM ml ...... s% M e I,
AREA BUSINESS DIRECTQRYAA Ieew rase w "; :pwll 5sn/iW
I IQ :
PLEASE/ = .::: =m.W ewe.sou .. raw are
._ . .. ... .AAAAA. . . ** * ..., ... -... ... . . .AA. . ....-. . . . w awn. tw N..aer i.wena __.. .srew..0 The 411mW M aOUINO 1Jt.
-t ew.we we os .bM .a0w M Isi .e.I : '
: = ruIV
= ; .
: 14 case aaM Nut" ad r io owfia
"RINTED SUPPLIES e1'J11 ants OFFICE IUH>'U iamjii M loess w nlw o i I a y. >nj.o S eon ULVZDEIttI
.=:.11001 arms rer..r.w M W ,: .e.w ne.Ss s e Nrldi, '
BASE FCTUnTCBC CO. I 5e te. e.5 ....... haw ml n.s.l w N cow. mnel. II VALIANT
Wo give you' the AIB AJCEBSCAMOFFICE sae..... M Lr Ws...... S....I-ell...s.S ss/wbrl........... WRACUM

rIM hrwleoCerplla .Irk. awed s1 N........'. ....... raw h51 IS ....14514 "
beat pooriWe job .......
.Salsa SM Ser. -, il--sl0rp, see W seed ..-_ 1JI,1f'IVV'
oiT tour printing. io44o BOOM Penis..... ..... "" ,.........m. .... ml ... s1mM. ......... _..v ,_,,
Our aervtee win .BM IU ...It StveXlaehaonvOht Lloyd E. JOMB Jr. Owner

please yon and ET t-4411 oJ
Sp.dsll.ti II' 1City
our prkca win hennaonehie.
office Aippdoa and

Pacemakers and Hussar omee JqaIprDrmt: 1 CNJPAa'vaHT
CALL P8 FOR ALL Korrle, for Travel Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth Inc.

PRUCTED UATTEROAT Died TraJlm-Bn&k/ Financing Cbcnpfete LlnB of Greeting i iC'u'dI ,
Mil Baaanatt Blvd.Cm .
COCMTT CRESCENT MOBIlE ZONES Inn 1013: N'orth Orange Arfiato Oreen Cove SpriDIC'4

ness U4-I1M FTS-sns Mit-IT Park 8 JackaoavtZk -- .

oI' Ir;;,.

I : ;

r ""'F' i;i;;,t7 I jury, , w srat+r-MMI ral .. .&.... ,J'llftd, ,IJ ,n ........LUlU ua,

\I ".. ,

TAGE FIGHT .1lI.,... $tay County,, Ctnt THURSDAY. JANUARY 7. 111I

1111111 It 111111 lilt U II 1111 III 111111111
I LEGAL MOTICB .to; Art, ':kroaCn; READ THE NEWS! In the new AP Jacksonville meat plant, Expert Inspectors check out


For Fiscal Year Erft4'-'U'It, 1'84
Cash In Banks at October 1, 1963 $$88,883 1&GUARANTEES Every Pound!


Receipt \\1/1" .. '
Tax Collections .h: <{,1f'I'( '
Interest on Bank Deposits l,3al" ;;p; ":; "Super Right" Western Beef (Boneless Chuck Rolled and Tied 69o Lb.:)
.1 .1+111I111111111111+1111111111111111I +++++
Total Receipts, t\\$47 U1
,7 r
' Chuck Roast 45c"Super
Retirement Funds WithheldV\\ ;;::1 ; S,87iO;
Total Receipts and Revenues for :Tear' '.- 61,<123.11
IbErtcH. FIT BoftfarikAft& AAA11eEa! Total Receipts and Reserves vV//v\ .'A\W; 8148,988
Buvi s Savings BondsR&GILARLY t
Q/tJMUW 7/785 AAitOOWST AdmlnlitraUre Expense DISRURSEDIE\\;rtlt.\ '/1t1: Right" Western Beef Boneless

JlM-PKMt BIMCMPOfltW Adm. Ex. Under Contract ;,1MM.3 i.,1:: /l. .
INrERNATpNAL PASSENGER, Directors' Per Diem Expense Iji 80 ;,\ I, Swiss Steak 79
Directors' Travel tnM*' :
MSTONWI MUOWUlFfPO. ;V Expense ; ,,:, .' ARO
Directors': Registration Fees, etr., 23.00 ,
OVER THE ENGtISM a \ :' Surety Bonds ;' 360.00 \\/1,. j>
CHANNEL FROM DOVTB TO \, t r "Super Right',Western Beef
CALAIS.HE ALSO CANNEDTHEfRSTIMTEBNATlOHAL 7 Publication of Legal Notices :11.761: )

J.Jacel.'t., ..,p.00: \
t' v//fl
AIR MAIL UTTER TO I Total Administrative Exp. --w---. ' ':\." .84
BENJAMIN FBANKUN ROM Legal Expense ':"\//I .4,../: Chuck Steak
HB SOIL WILLIAM' Retainer for Attorney /II At\1,if,620A0.
Other EspeDie' '
Commissions Paid Of Men and Coffee Cant
: ///"" '
Assessors 1JWU3 l l"w. I An Meat pkg
I For yean, women have eon Bight Freshly" Jibs Super Right ,1.
., rN Collectors 1.17U1,,' Ii:.'. ftsclt4cI l : men's empty cigar boxei. Ground Beef........$1.39 Sliced Bologna Lb 49c
Retirement Fund Remittances,'''\W81.20"\ ,' They turn there masculine sym-
Right-of-way! Acquisition Ex. ,uV/A/ , ,' r loll into jewelry boxes, letterit SmAed Sugar Cured lUbe Quick Frozen Dressed box
\ (,I' cues. diary '
pense-transfered to keepers. Seasoning Bacon..95c! Whiting .._.. 5-lb 75cCap'n '
Canal Authorlt1' I'44,6,000G' | Now, the 1'\1I -
Total Other Expenses --:.::...:.:.;.: ,'0,770.0'"Total ( tablet have Smoked Sugar Cured End John's Prenh" PrIed
,Disbursements 09,74U8 [ abruptlyturned Sliced Bacon__Lb. 29c Fish Sticks 3 for $1.00
( aserrandrun
MA1/9I6S AAQMAMCt ;. lIII.\\.':'. I -' Super Right Pure Pork box Super Right Western Beef
TWILL START NONSTOP SERVICE KTWEEN Balance on Hand September 30N:;164' '"//)_ 878.24148THE I nlng Dads ontrips Lapk Sausage..Lb. 49o Short Ribs...._Lb. 29cCep'n ,
r 707 NTlRCONTmEHTAL WILL COVER* Jacksonville, florida market start reaching for the Super Right Smoked l-os. John's Quick: Frozen ktY{,
tWTANCC: OF 3,137 MILES N S.HOURS AND THIRTY new illm coffee cam with the
Perch Fillets box 39c
MINUTES.On BALANCE SHEET see-through plaitlo overlldi. Liver Sausage pkg
c atSeptember rr'J'r'h: dreaming up ways to

-rmeARumo's me COHW& Item 30, 1884 Into: For utility instance items.,one useless man,an objects avid Sunnyficld Quick Frozen 6 A&P Instant Fine

ACROSS THE Current one can and snapped a clear II 10 T18tiIiill:

ATLANTIC AT Cash In Banks: ailed plastio/ the lid can on the with bottom.soil and lIe then flsh. Waffles Coffee

CRUISING SPEEDS Drawing Accounts 'Alft.. rublJ; Ins worms, and snapped a second
OF 145O M.BH./ Savings Accounts I'l /' .74.525,89 plastic> overlid on the top.
W CONCORDE COULD FLY all this trouble! In -------
Total Current '. ,.. .. Why so to T----: ; ;
ROM BOSTON TO PARIS \ .r ill experience with worms he I '
IN LESS THAN THPEC HOURSJoy's / J ''IrII11\\ found that they always managed
Furniture *: EquIPment.IAy".1' ; 1,31838 to dig deep into the dirt and stay I i
at the bottom of his I old con so- I
alner.Now he can remove either SUIDS
TOTAL ,\-IIIir: 877,559,84tCRPLUSES end of the coffee can and always .. I
LIABILITIES, I'4VESTb1EI'lf: /bJjo be of retting a worm. .
: sure With tale coupon parch*** fOur Ii f I
Investments and Surpluse Other men hare found the newreEee 1t u
\\\1/11'-1'\\\1 : f Imf ti
Own 3-ea
valuable in i
I ShopClearance. I Investment In Fixed Assets 'Ul1.30 organizing cans their a workshops asset, and i INSTANT TEA _.. fcycPLAID :

Reserve for Special Bond Election are using them to store nails, .t'_.._ .... .... ..... ".. Ie
Unappropriated and Restricted Fund b \' VIJ.5/ : 0.00 screws The cans and small are also tools.helpful In FRESH FIRM RIPE: 3 ..... I ..... ..... .r
Surplus s

TOTAL< t \\'' / "+ --94148:-- $77,68984 soaking- r wet plastic paint brushes.overlid keeps The STRAWBERRIES , $1.00 : ;-_:.':.::-::.----:::::::::_.::_- .,
.This statement has been prepared In accordance with provisions turpentine from evaporating, :
: of Chapter 17023 Laws of J'lorIda.'Ula and as amended and at glance Dad can set what LARGE CRISP ICEBERG S Horde

) In 1981. Details of accounts with aU supporting vouchers are i I.The In, thi larger can. three-pound sloe LETTUCE 29 ? -
on file with the Treasurer. -">Vv\tti coffee can Is perfect for storinv . . 25-
rock talk In the or trunk J
:Respectfully submitted, garage
of tits ear.
NOW IN FULL SWING 'Ji. O. WILLIAMS.. le sure of- "-
1.7 .. One thing you can BANANAS LB 10 With lain' Coupon ft parehaie .( I
Treasurer wherever men lead women will I 1 I I <, Ann P... 1-lb pat
follow. At this minute theweaker
:ALL 'WINTER DREES sex Is probably thistlestip ,. EGO NOO'BLES-.tSeT I'
11 .. .. .. .... ... .. ..
their own ways to use the new t' : a J.
,I coffee cans. TOMATOES IB 19 JaM ,l...erl -
I I ,
LOGS "jiJED FRESH. TENDER .___-____ _________------------:1:
POLE BEANS , LB 12< -------------------------t]! 1

FOR SALE: UUUtr Trailer !
DRESSES SUITS with camping eablnettei aYe 25
; .
6" and UPI.8l"and.r.J6> ( ft. sue wheel utility tralleri first LIBBY SALE STAMPS Mi
,I $1H take bth. Call Greta i.
!: .
With tkl' Coupon as "rcoIasH.r
\ -'.'an<<.t'o-; :..; Cove SI4.IS88. l-7e Cream Style 1-Ib cans Any Varlttr Am Pap cent Cane w:
"rrNh1111 Golden Com 5 for 99c Pork & Ht'8UIta! for ?! .seC..p..a :

'I L, OFF PINE, ':: Plneapple-Orepefrult .... Dre. ..., J... .e J'1 1J.M !
1 bM
Drink pt. ea1123c
6" and nPI"S'fliiild"or'; (! '1C ft. CLAY

/ 3 ORIGINAL PRICE \\ " l-qt 14-os CanTomato ------ --------_._----_._ --
Juice . 29c! ,... .. .. :
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Delivered our Ylirdjetfarielta.r (! on U, S. 'THRATU Mb Cans i .1111-= -----j1' i
BE IIKRK WHKN{ DOORS OPEN) I ," .. V v Green 0... /Mass .Cut Green Bean :5 for 99c \ t e
t : No. 90. For compl | '( f rMl\tion phone] I
Mon Thru Tbun.Preview 25"smBs
. Garden 1-lb Can r
All l the famous! namo brands you know. mill Collect to I. YO::, DenufctTut 389-03GC. or Feature. '1:45 13' P.P.M.M. .Sweet Pens . 2 for 43cMb : J 1 1 1WHa

love :359-3711 Jacksonville 8-M Can I lien Co.poa.t '."" ..H.rW."II 1
: Compare! You'll find really fine -
; Set; A l c..plete Featmre As .Beef Stew. . . 47cISHo e.,. ter ,II. !
quality and fanliions! ,beyond compare} I I Late As 8:30 P.M. Cho'Olate Stare :JJct'
COME EARLY FOR BEST- SELECTION CanCornerl _.._ .... .... ..., ..... IC ,=
Friday S Features 7 A ':43 PJlSat. Beef Mash 39c t

All wanted, sizes SAVE SAVE' A 8ww t PJL CraUaueus 3U-o* CanPotted :: :: ,

HELP YOUR GROW! tor 19c ... i2s.
x WtJ.m ,if Meat . 2 ------ -- -------

1 ( TERRIFIC DRESS VALUES! SUPPORT YOUR 'LOCAL\!MERCHANTSGrand WecLfl.nii.Jaa;ary 8, 7 and red Fri.. I-oc. Deviled Cen ]Ham 2for35cISKoi : ArttnF

.., Plctur ,. ,
Columb4 1 F..1 CanSloppy fD

R 3.99 PAIL SAP Joe Beef . 59c PMld SMJrMarWltl

4.99 FTIUIT.WU1Im1W 11".ell CMSloppy cal.. c..... ......... .,
:'t OpeningJanulrySth tm mm",IIIIT nNlt.steady. Phi .r It
+ Pick them off the Thrifty-Wise Shop- Joe Pork . 50c CoHt'e Filters .,,,_-,, 43et' !

Bargain Rack All SAVE Now! .._ alee a.a. ..... .e
per .. ..... .....
materials and sizes Must Sell! lau. tBiav. SPECIAL! AlIl'Iatora-l""* 14-ot CaD ,
Me* and Tuea. roa,
,KI-C HUMS 13 89Bp .8
\ \\i 1 ti ,
": ; tiiici I" tin
., r&
; , STOCK .
ENTIRE SPORTSWEAR cLw'.JaDe Parker Delicious Mb -
-+0 1-'
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