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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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January 16, 1964
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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Began July 15, 1927.
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Oscar Johnson, editor.
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Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
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Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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Sabin Polio VaccineSet I Countywide Rave Reviews Greet

As A Matter of Fact

For SundayThe Johns-Manville Announcement

second of a series of three oral Sabin polio vaccinations ,
will be given from noon until 5 o'clock on Sunday at the same I 1
-- --- --- From one end to the other the county this week expressed
place the first aeries were administered Everyone from three
JohN-Manville Corp. economist and statisticians estlmste months to 115 yean of age la urged to take advantage of this St. pride and delight at the news that one of the nation's fore
that something like $88 billion . one seventh of the anticipated Immunization. ( Johns To Offer CoursesAt most corporation: may very: shortly construct a manufacturing

gross national product . will be spent on construcUon I plant at Green Cove
in the United States this year According to Dr 1!, L. Stephens, of Orange Park 17,000'
and OP HighTwo A spokesman for the Johns
county resident have been Immunized against Polio Type 1.I I: Clay Manville Corporation one
TUs would not only establish all'time high: it would put The first of the series was administered In November during a { of the leading manufacturers and distributors In the Free
the giant construction Industry of which Johns-Manvllle is a polio epidemic in Duval County I night count "will" \ be given d Clay High and three at World of building materials and products for Industrial
mainstay very close to equaling In national-product dollar Orange Park High by Bt John River Junior College during the construction and maintenance, told The Crescent this
value the rest three largest combined Industrial categories: The second step I II on Sunday: when clinic in public schools print semester beginning Jan :20Registration week<< that officials of the company are moving ahead with

national defense, the automotive Industry and agriculture throughout the county will be opened to the public They will for these classes may be done In person at theo plans to construct a mulU million dollar facility: at the Intersection
be staffed by the same volunteers who helped In the November -I of highways 17 and 16, just south of Green COT.
office at the- college from I 30 until 4 o'clock each
A Johns-Manvllle analysis of the 1964 construction market
drive Present plan' contemplate the Immediate employment of
i iI
billion I Monday through Friday until Jan 28. Or persona may obtain
estimates new building of all kinds Is headed toward a U7 approximately 100 persons and the ultimate employmentof
record in W4 of which $478 billion will go for private You are urgently requested to come to the clinic on that the necessary forma from the regtstrar'a office by null and approximately 500
building and $193 billion for public new construction. New I day: and bring your children to take oral Sabin v.'lnetype' HI, mall them In ,'It.1theo necessary fret. Charges Include $> reglatratton -

public\ and private housing together will get 121.1 billion in' fee plus $4 per credit hour plus a $3 laboratory fee where The Johns Manville decision to locate In Green<< Cove was
The setup\ will be ex"ctly the In November. Two
a* drop
19 4. up 5.8 per cent compared with $20.8 billion In 1983 applicable Those who register after Jan. 21: will be charged an hailed by many as a result of "a miraculous exhibition of
of vaccine on a sugar :ube: you simply move through the line,
additional 15 late fee. teamwork that has given the county It* second topnotch
construction In 1B84 according to theJ4 pick up the cube and eat It Once again everyone from three
The outlays for new
At Clay High. elementary Spanish and philosophy till, be nationwide corporation within a period of less than a year,"
months to 115 years should take the vaccine I
made will be augmented I
market analysis recently public
given from 7 unUI 915: o'clock on Thursday: evenings John Msnvllle, which has annual sale of approximately
by additional expenditures of around $21 billion for building The final step will\ be on March 1. when type II vaccine willi At Orange Park High a physical science survey course will\ $400 million and cash and marketable securities totaling
material and supplies used in remodeling repair and main be given, but we will remind you later of that ,1 bi offered from 7 until 9:45: o'clock! on Monday evenings, At more than $63 million, has a funded debt of only about
tenance of existing structure adding up to an $88 billion I The important thing now u that you go with your children the same hours on TuiwUy: the laboratory course In that subject I $2 million Among security analyst and stork brokers, It ls
construction yew, compared with about $86 billion In 1663 Except to the nearest clinic on Sunday: between noon and 5 pm, will\ be offered And on Thursday, during the same hours, generally regarded aa one of the top blue chip Investment
for 1958, maintenance, repair and remodeling expenditureshave for type III vaccine I freshman English will\ be given In thn, nation today, with a long history of financial stability .
increased steadily for the put 13 years. -- ,- I and growth

The booming construction market now expected In 1884 for I I Among the reactions of those Interviewed by The Crescent!
which developers contractors, builders and financial Institutions
are already preparing, comes at a time when the mortgage I Irern Cove City Manager .F -- --
money market is good for prospective home buyers and Green Cove's New A&P Store Uen Zrllner: "I doubt If the ?

era the J-M market analysis report An enormous cSevelop-1 I people' of Green<< Cove, and 'S -

savings ha been accumulated: by: caving and loan of th county realise the lm w v'y A
financial institutions during the last two years. Ample funds part which the presence of t .' ,M
arc available to finance construction and home buying\ FInan- '
\ two such companies as Burlington
cial Institutions are anxious to put this money to profitable I i I and Johns Manvlll 5
work by adding new mortgages to their Investment portfolios MoaRl" 1 will ban on our community _
This should help and stimulate new 1964 home construction, The Immediate effect I II that
the J'M analysis notes u only 8 per cent of home buyers v- 4W."k- Jw. wi must now begin to plan

traditionally: pay: cash. for our future. and 1 would

The largest percentage of increase In any construction category lope. that all the cltlaena of
reported In the J-M market analysis I Is for sewer and water Green Cove, particularly, will
facilities throughout the nation. Contract award for sewerage rtp begin thinking In terms of rT i
systems during 12 months ending October 1963 wen 13 percent I street loving, sewerage disposal
above thOM for the same period In 1962. Contract awards adeauaU water and 1'
toe water supply systems were U per cent above the 12-month property rt-evaluallan. The ..
period\ a year earlier Johns'Manville estimates that expenditure I development of out new In-
for these faculties in 1963 will exceed 1962 by more than dustrial park will move ahead -
10 per) cent. The trend of contract awards in this category, which However, a* InduslrlM
leads actual expenditures by several months provide a com In, w. must haw a
basis, the J'M: market analysis reports for forecasting firm I parallel 1 Itt'Ofr.hat will Vn .nile'
expenditure\ for sewer and water facilities throughout the raise the facilities and municipal 1 standards of Uw city to a
tion at 12 per cent more than in 1963 Ittnlll'a l will rontlnu to 11I.11.III attractive to more and
I more ttwnpanle of the caliber of th* two we have so recently
Present Johns-Uanville: plans contemplate the manufacture I and aa happily attracted to our midst I would Ilk. Green
of sewer and water pipes at Its planned Oreen<< Cove plant.
J Cove la b* so attractive that thoM who work her will wantto

The J M analysis! of the construction market called special llv* here and nut to commute .lw. >r* from otter area! *
attention to indications of a likely boom In Industrial construction err

in It64 generated by possibly as much* 14 J billionIn Conway Owing, Huprrin

capital expenditures the first new Industrial plant expansion .... I Umletit of the keen Cove
on a n.Uonalac.te since the last Industrial growth period .
; Mirlnis| Yarn Co a subsl
ended in 1957.. I ;
A I diary of Iturtlngton Indus
School and educational structures began a sharp upward k
..' .. tr""'.. Irte. another! of the na*
construction trend In 1963 with contract awards averaging con.
Unuatlon of this upward trend In 1964 The J M market survey The entirety rrmvated and mwleriihH AA rIn t.... ,stare sal a.*--aep4ng .rt..... In the "II""., Y..nt.trr. .( lions great corporation:;
forecast an Increase of 1:1: per cent In spending for both public Grrm CV** Is fearing ... grand .,enlng. this' week Sew the rranf r see invited U a., the. ,Ie.... which win awrtom I 'W* will .ltllllli JohnsMsnvilU -
and private schools In 1964 for a total of $390 billion compared ahrlvtag and flMrlng bare Wn liwUIWd sal Hems see In the sew stare lim rt.w and lUUrdar fears II until I I'rUrk lo In community
with $3 67 billion In 1963 I deswrimrnUBved .. fsrlllUI shapingTbt .Ur. awwMm ,, and "... I nasal 6 .>iUrl. (far fitter ftMMrr .( I Ttirr I Ie room here for a
what. Is Vrttnt U k* lite W4>.4 tee.1 grer1e Ik new cUr. w Ml U I
Other important segments of construction noted In the J M I I sepal romi> ny such u this
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I market analysis Included: I I II and we will\ do all w* can

rum construction $145 billion In 1964. with 25,000 starts, U make tMr. coming a*

tip 1.1 per cent from 1963 In which an estimated $1 419:! billion II 1 At GCS First Baptist Church I Commissioners Name I ; z: for them a* It musts
'was spent on about the same number U starts Ij for all of u* who live

Commercial construction store, restaurant, garage, etc, j ('...a? Owing* hwfa:
was In a sharp downward trend during the first halt of 191 ri "'-'-. I! Chairman
but recovered considerably during the year Recent high rote *, I II Feline! f (Odnrn lire pre.
of housing starts which always generate new commercial) ......1& and general CUU building, should help boost 1>" expenditure to $2 41 billion Unit n lluntky. 3/ year old gradual* of UM Unlwsllr .f UM AlUntw tW Line Co
compared to $240 billion in 1963 rouges' was named chairman of UM Bt.rd .f Count. Com 'As an\ officer of UM Allan
miatforwrs al IU annual .......nllaUonaI l mating on Monday IM CUM UM Co I am .d-
- --- -- On Mr, HunUrfs motion. UM .Board adopted a fMi>Mionpvdglng ......... .U .Warn thai J hns-

, kl' tu full ftiwort to UM air *f Or.*n Cove in UM. d. ManvtlM Corp plot .. tonstruct -
I - I I rtavpwMnl of UM '..?.1 property recently purchased. by UM llyMr an ........ -.nell'
Calls Stretch IlunUry, who ... 14 UH ...!. WM graduated In *tfinadmUitoUaUon MIM. mamif. *.iiiriA plant atOrwn
Burlington at UN VMmtftr *f fhwkU In 1914 IU said tt... || |II ..Um....

Islet thai lie wa slnawHr! lntor4 In w .UIIc with Ors.n| UM plant! win uHlmaUlf curploy
Yar ( at final* la UM d.Nfeprn.M af UM nrw profly *n A
ost Imponant: ., the qty larrtarre .f a "rsI lM..t"

TtM beard rna wd all saber af fVUl* .4 this sass I* CUr 0Nnt",

Fashion News Of 1964 Al UM ....<***. plate H>pramUi"v. B I) aUundn .,...... I II rtadily evtdvni A4oeiMrnM &haM
', to UM. board Pits full SMpimrt l In wary I imprvmMnu .< j|.,|>., are ......, grsUru
I asp IT from UM l* Ounty one Into ChMn Or Th Meltway III UM ft,.. ptplr M

I nw ha. UWM bridges Owl sr* fH. *f sis feel r.>r.vr lh J.rtsonvUI. CwnmltMf
t Apparel for awn. women and !children In UM .we yderkiwdlstretch than th *uuatintsaiM siandaid far .."..,. Th ...... IM In UM b..*U.A ./ Not
fabrtn I III probably the awt atrnlflrant faahson
wowa wcw.M tift on* at trove toldMJ. the bees .f I.> yauyrile. MniiMir lii this arcs and UM
Ares of 1N4. according' to Burtngton Indiartriv. fee UM MUoa'i -I ryin.
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PAGE TWO ( ( aunt! } (Crescent! THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. 196.

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Berwick Anderson, Green

Countywide Rave . Cove attorney who won for

May( Gfounty! Crescent JJotltfefccr I Continued from Page One I law the suits city aimed the
by DUNCAN:- CRONES A. Smith, president of of the federal property

Kirsten Flagstad, singing Isolde In her prime, never drew I I I Green Cove Coca-Cola I at Oreen Cove to the city: tp's

such a clioruVbf! faVe reviews as did the news last week of the Co.: "I am highly "Of course, this development
Calves' Head Soup, Anyone' ? I Imminent advent to the. County of Johne-Manville. to learn that such is tremendously important
American corporation I In Itself; but It also U
the fastest growing city in the fastest I For the! near-miraculoue event, the result of a lot of team- I Johns-ManvUle has de- an omen of greater things tc
Oreen Cove Springs, work for the common good, will be, I believe, our making
Union, this week welcomes the opening I to locate In our area. come. I think we should not
in the
growing Completely and handsomely renovated My father, who had forgotten more American history than s be a boon to our econ forget that it serves to justify
A&P Food Store.
of the new I most full professors of American history ever knew used to say 'M. t
and to our economic the decision of the Oreer
far wider choice of foodstuff than ever ,
with a I
he could only credit the long survival and final triumph of
?) political progress. All of Cove Springs city officials tr
the A&P is another step forward in Oreen Cove'i march (trace
George Washington's tatterdemalion. armies to some divine pro the county, I know, will make an all-out effort to
to progress vidence. I cannot, myself, ascribe the steeply rising fortunes of 2 w hands in making the acquire the naval station Berwick Andersonthe

The new tore la under the management of Don Ramsey, an the county, and particularly of Oreen Cove, to some strange and Oreen Cove a pleas value of which has now been enhanced. I shuddei+ "

able and warm and hardworking young man who, given time ,I coincidence. True, there was, a year ago, only one .way we place for these fine peo think that. this opportunity may have been lost to .>
'may well till the shoes of the late Jimmy Kirkland gould go: true, too, ws have had lately, able men working, and to work and live. It looks I had the statj acquired the base and a prison established -
j I working together, to move us forward However, I do not believe like the beginning of on the. adjoining property Let us hope that th.
As broad a selection of meats, produce, etc., u this handsome the. most foolishly optimistic us might I after Burlington ..
a year ago/ among new era and I coming of Johns-Manville so soon wn:
new store otters, the offering reflects (u it should) sectionstastes I have supposed would, 13: months. hence, stand where and as no one will\ do anything presage an era of good feeling in the community, n; w.., .
In Marsallles, the leading restaurants concoct a brew
we do today. this future. of prosperity
great new as one
of the Mediterranean, including -
anything that can be dragged out "
is called bouillabaisse. Oout And analogy farther, I would that I G, A. Smith now face. Edward O
sometimes an old shoe; It carrying my a step say Just i ir ir Wiggins pr

meta from around the world converge on this dirty commercial I as George Washington, after Yorktown, faced as many and as I Ross LeOrand, who as I'O. C ii dent of the Keystone St,

fishing town to enjoy Its gustatory delights In Paris, Maxim's, hazardous problems as he ever faced on the battlefields up and sistant to the. vice Bank and of the Keysu,
the world's greatest restaurant, dishes up tripe in a manner down the Atlantic seaboard, Clay County, and even more
I of the Atlantic Coast i' Water Works: "I have know
that "sends" any disciple of great cooking In either case most particularly Oreen Cove, today face new and hazardous problems Railroad U In charge of :
Southerners would turn thumbs down. I In leading the area Into Its new economic and politicaland I Industrial Development division Johne-Manville for a gi oil;
social era. many years. I know of :o
Virginians delight In "innerds"1: sweetbreads, calves' liver, : "Johns'Manvllle is 'r
veal and/or lamb (not pork or beef* kidneys, and a number of In the days when we had nothing, there was ample excuse of the great corporations v I greater company in the iu

Other such delicacies Local legend has it that Floridians refuse for doing nothing . and time to burn for sympathizing with I America. I don't know tlon. The Keystone Wat.;

to enjoy these. and other. such because they. have a too-persona/ I' each other and feeling sorry for ourselves. any community that Works uses their Tran t,
thereof ever in my experience, ) the
Clinical knowledge piping and It is best This
Those days are over. We now must have some plans . for played the cooperative A
As a cook, it Is entirely possible to feel as If one were eating progress will not come like an uninvited guest; we now must I that has been evidenced is the best thing that l U,

his own patient A 7-hour recipe for calves' head soup, aiepicurean's I have more of the same teamwork that resulted In the. Johns- Oreen Cove Springs In happened to Clay County i II

dream-come.t.rue, is likely to delight the consumer Manville decision to move to Green Cove: we now must have, suading/ such a corporation all the 60 years I have been;
who enjoys cooking from end of the county to the other, a carefully analyzed I ,
and turn away the cook, A local reporter one become a part of It We. here."
(and despises cleaning up afterward once, at the behest of his and assessed posture of unity the Atlantic Coast Line Edward O. WUglns
the head of a calf: I .
major surgery
performed efforts -
Brother continue
Big small In the next five months the. county faces an election It will our I James M. White, a former -
the head, then parboiling it for a
splitting and skinning the Industrialization of
be closely observed by newcomers as a measure of what sort resident of North Carolina ,
and wines, and a lot of other things. All
lifetime, adding apices County where the '
of people we are. I very deeply hope that the campaign will I with extensive experience In "
the guests but the cook enjoyed the results. I produce an open discussion of the issues , most of them. devolving I is growing every day I industrial development, a resident ;
Ross LeGrand
We welcome the new AP. We hope they will acclimate their! I upon the question of plans for progress, for taxes and think that Johns-Manville of Clay County for a" ,
customers to such as sweetbreads, calves' brains and other electric. power, sewerage disposal and water and street and N an Important milestone In Oreen Cove's long history"111rris three years: w !

delicacies. If the cooks cannot enjoy them, their guests can. road paving And then the. people can decide, In their. heads C Long County I "Oreen Cove and the county

Good eating Good luck, AP. and not In an emotion-charged: atmosphere, as to the Issues and Superintendent of Schools; have taken a distinct step
the. relative Abilities of the candidates, I I I forward In their industrial
"I, personally, welcome any development efforts since the rJohne
No one who has observed American politics u a newspaperman new industry to Clay County
-Manville Corporation
for nearly 30 years has any notion that It has anything. Th recent announcement of
I decided to build a plant on
Setters tn tlje Sfcttar to do .with the Boy Soout movement. And yet If those who run the opening of a plant by the southsid of Oreen CoveSprings r
for office in these great coming months. will limit their. thoughts o Johns-Manvllle in 0 r ee n
and energies to the Issues of growth and to the capabilities of Cove Springs will not affect ,
To the Day County Crescent:
"Tha Johna-Manvllle Corporation -
the candidates, we will move ahead and take our place among the school system In the
I was born and reared in Florida From 1810 until 1948 !I the great and growing areas of Florida. least We have ample classrooms Is 'big business' Ir 41
lived at Lake Oeneva and Keyston From IOU until. IDAS I lived I the manufacture. and distribution James M. Whit
resident of mom The alternative lies In a path of a deeply! recriminating and and will make every of building and indus'
been a
in Statesboro, Oa Bines then I have a
effort to provide teachersfor .
delightful modern home for retired people one and a half miles personal political aeuon In which false Issues and red herringsare trial materials. When they select a town as the locationfor
put up u matters of substance It will make more difficultthe any Influx of students one of their plants they mean business. They build
from the city limits of Way cross
I healing which will have to follow the election; It will make this plant might create their new home, settle! down, go to .work, and become useful

While living In Clay County, I became Interested In the more embarrassing the presence of newcomers "Naturally, an increased citizens of the town Oreen Cove hu secured a valuable
history of the area around Lake Geneva and Keystone and I 1 I I enrollment .will make and and highly desirable new resident
Find town the sice of Oreen UL.
a Cove that hu two such
jotted down a few historical Items and mailed them to the corpora- : - -. take extra work for the "The site selected was no surprise It is an ideal virgin
lions u members of the community It does
not exist.
p K. Tongs Library at the University of Florida I Illrrls C. Lang school authorities However, I site and answers almost every demand of a new Industry,

No one, no man woman or child will fall to benefit, and bene am sure I cart speak for all of them In saying that we are Oreen Cove has several other such sites and they .will be
I have been Interested In the old pictures and bite of history
substantially. by the Johns-Manvllle decision For the love willing to do anything within. our power that will bene- recognized: and utilized by other Industrial firms seeking
from time to Urns 1m
you I all thst'i good and decent, let us measure up to the trust fit the citizens of our county and clt,." new locations

Now I am coming to the point I want to mak If you do not\ that has been put In us by these two great corporations. As we -- -- -I-- -

already know about the Clay County. History shelf, I thoughtyou grow economically, Ut us grow politically and socially, We have
would be delighted to contribute to It and I'm sure the enough plastics plants hereabouts. Now Is our real chance.If .

library will be glad to accept any historical facts and plcturaj. taking It means biting our tongues and leaving unsaid those I II I

you might bring to light. I I things that. needn't be said, let u. In 1964 determine to do It

Under the new editorship of The Crescent, the paper has 11
Improved very much and each week I look forward to readings I The Bank of Green Cove Springs

It almost "cover to cover" 4-H Club News
Editor's Note : The Crescent goes every week to the P. K. Dy George M Owens Jr and Sandra I* Ree e, I

.. Library where Its contents are microfilmed W* wish I Assistant Clay County Agent

Miss Kennedy happy reading In IBM) I On Wednesday, January I sent District V on the new

the agents of 4'II Club lJUt.rtctI I I( Slate 4 II Council The other ,
I V met at our office to further I nine 4-H Club districts In the
To the Clay County Crescent: I discuss the changes that are' state rat doing the same thing I

bring made In the overall Florida These 30 district representatives
Your newspaper la living In a dream world I I
I'' 411 Club program I will meet In Gainesville t
Bo: were getting more Industry Into Green Cove. way
count It, IS per cent of your advertising come from Green We would like to discuss: on May 1 and 2, and will forma

Cove Orange Park, .which Isn't doing half as well u they tell these changes and how they new council. The present
you, Is a rootless place with delusions of social grandeur., Keystone will affect the local Clay County lit'.' and boys' 4-H Council of

heights belongs to Starke. I I program, I fleers for the old state court ,

Why The Clay County Crescent? Why not The Green Cove Florida b divided Into ten rll will. also be In attendance
News I I. II Club\ districts. We are In This will give a total of 30 bays 1W

Isnt Green Cove Springs able to support Its own mwspaper District V This district la composed I and girls This group .will elect w,

The Clay County Crescent ill per rent supported by Green of Clay, I>uval, Uaker I one executive board of tin
Cove Springs) should be leading Oreen Cove Rprlngs. Oreen Bradford Nassau Flagler, Put.' members W* will\ then stave elist. And See
Cove Springs does not hIVe a decent( restaurant, What !I. The nom and St. John countiesIn 4 H Club Council of X

Clay County Crescent doing about this? Anyone knows thin a the past each of the 4 II I I district representative\ plus 1i
restaurant cannot make a living unless It tan sell coiktatls Club districts has had II'llInLt| the five member executive con

What Is The Clay County Crwrent doing about prohibition? :; 4 II Club Councils with rrpre* mute Your SavingsGROW

Can Clay County forever remain In the ranks of Florida's dry aentaUves from each of the dis' This new council will bf j;
counties Do the staff members and executives of Green Cove's thru forming a State Iloys 1 I
charged with the responsibility !
new Industries and tourists In Clay County have to eat 4 II Club Council and a QlrlVBUU I I
In Green Cove's restaurants because they can't make anythingbut ..11 Club Council of formulating many of the !

a marginal profit on what they servetIsnt I I In effect, wt have had UK I l'I olW'raUonallllana and program
It Urns The Clay County Crescent' became the Omen same basic! program operating for the new Btate 4 H Club pro-1

Cove Crescent, or News or trader or Record and take a standon under two separate systems I, grant This new council will\ tit '
sales? In charge of 'heWW 4 H Clut r
liquor I I This Is bring! eliminated and 1
conference that will be 4
WATCHMAN \ held Ir
one joint overall 4 II Club program IOallM'evlII.
(Editor's Not: The Crescent agtee with the theory that a for the entire state Is la,I during\ June of thb
first rate restaurant must' fortunately or unfortunately, be supported lh prone of ,bring formed I year Each county wlU be ,U.
by bar pales, Th Crescent ,believes that man Is his ow n I I On February 17 there will gibe to take five boys and

dictator, Tit problem la to get a political aspirant who will. ''be a Joint District' V.II Club fire girl. II years old or olderto mmmmmI

espouse this cau e,> meeting Two boys and tie' this conference There, the I
girl from each of the t'OunllNIn boys and girls from each courtly TO $10OOO A
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I I will b ,
given specific train'tog
l'ublicDcfcl1llc : District V will attend A''
To Speak this In Uw area of local 4 H C
TonightEverett meeting one boy and one
I Club
program development
j .will b* elected to reprt.
Richardson. assUt- under T Edward. ._
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ant. public defender for this lie defender for this d'-t.r1tt'' I The County's Oldest

judicial\ circuit, will\ be the prtn, .will eiplalit the functions ol,

clpal speaker before the Men's his office, The office of public
Club at the First Methodist' defender was created by UK I I LQ&NEN
and Bank
Church at 1 o'clock tonliht last session of IN legislature I'I AND USED CARS Largest
Mr. Richardson who Is serving

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Green COT and Penney Farms subscribers dreeti Coireu .. aL i

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Park Mlddleburg and Jacksonville

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,.. ''. Reporter! MRS HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 5X9,Bill

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MRS EDGAR'ILSOS Inter They are Mr and Mrs
NAMED PRESIDENT E, M Lett. Mr. and Mn John
. Mrs Edgar Wilson has been Bush and Mr and Mrs. James =

.1I"" named president. of the. MHC I C. Simon The Lettses and UM \ 1
sal Women Guild for the coming Bushes are members of the

year She succeeds Mn A. S Methodist Church where the 4''i "r .
Barrens. Rev Bob Sachtjen, a son ol
:I'.lt' At the annual meeting of the 'the! Rev E. J Sachtjen olMHC ; I4.

f .i:0 guild last week, Mn Ethel Is minister Mr Slmontas lsr'm
IlesThis Morgan spoke on "Walking postmaster at Boardman
:al'rn. With God. I 'Wise Mr and Mn Lett turn I .CL

t, Other new officers elected :placed their 43 foot. trailer or r
Mrs. C. I!. Coker. vice the rear of their lot. on Iew4Avenue
At the Installation of of flcrrt of the Green Cove Sprint were:
BPO Don Drove !No.\ US. the elective officer were, left to president, Mn O R. Lyman formerly a part of Mr
1aLy right llarrtrt en..,. Ethel Eddy Dorothy Mllberirr, secretary: Mn. Hazel Schu I Nagles property Mr and Mrs I "!

..11bt't'I Frieda ChaDcey, Mamie Priest Ethel Snider, Isetta Head chart, treasurer.: Mrs T. Run- ,Simon have rented the cornet ,
ricks EveJjrn grhlene, lance Tomes and Blanch Carlley, yon, literary chairman, Mrs apartment of Mr Naglea present 'r -
; Paul Johnson. missionary property and the Bushes d *

BPO Does Install Mrs.1 Snyder' chairman: Miss Alta Crumm I are renting a cottage from Mr ,
social chairman; Mrs Bennett and Mrs. Moree on Lewis Ave
Curtis devotional chairman; All of them are interested Ir "ii
Mrs Ethel Snyder was Iv: Installing officers were from Mrs. F C. Cannon, publicity birds Bird Club members '

stalled M president of the I the. Jacksonville Beach Drove chairman: Miss Eva Hoover I please take note.IOCTORS ,
Green Cove Springs Benevolent and were: Mrs. Mollle Dunlap' student loan member; Mrs Inoue Parriih assistant start manager II.,. and Don

Patriotic Order of Does Drove dl'putYIUJJreme president; Mrs Charles Ackermsn. nominating GIVE Rsmwjr, _ho succeeded the Bale beloved i. R. Kirkland e L\

.. No 138 at an open Installation Katharine Stephens deputy committee member Mn Em TALK OV INDIA (:Mr. AJtPt the two busiest men In town. sr determined U a
held on Saturday, Jan 4th at supreme conductress; Mrs Harriet ma Brenneman ushers chair I t Introduce onto the tables, o( Green ('."'t gourmets some m
the Elks Lodge, 1, Knot, musician and Mrs man; Mn Herbert. D. Myen I Ij The Rev. and Mrs. R. OKortellng new Item Fssmplei: a single basket' of fresh M m. \ ;
Other officers installed were Medic Martlnlck, chaplain. kitchen chairman and Mn have had a* hell disappeared under the ejrn of a walling editor before h. \ w:
j guesU Dr John J. De ValolsDSc
Mrs. Etta Hendrlcks. tint eou.n'1 Preceding the Installation a George Button, pianist | could Ur hold of It.
selor. Mrs. Maude Priest, sen dinner was served at the. River Announcement. was made ol i and his wife, Bemadlnr Wane MorrU meal manager, itand behind the nw
1 I I for the Does | B De Valols M D The Doctors - -- I I ,ite4 "Importil sweetbreads, ralvet'
lor counselor; Mrs. Freda view Restaurant the Florida Chain of Mission After Christmas dinner, the meal counter Huig
Chauncey, junior counselor;!I and their Invited meats. I, to be held In the Riverside Methodist De Valols gave a most InterestIng couple flew south and stayedat i 1 brains, ratvw liver, veal kidneys and fresh lamb.
Mrs Dorothjr Mllberger, secretary The guest. speakers etf f the and Presbyterian chur. Illustrated talk on their a hotel on the Gulf Coast Rttinhmr GirlS I
r Mrs Evelyn Bchlene evening were Dr. F O Snyderpad : ches of Jacksonville. January \ work In India at the Sunday north of Bt. Petersburg. They
In the Quadrangle '
treasurer; Mrs Ethel Eddie In. president. of the Florida 19. 30 and 31 It 1s hoped that evening meeting \ returned to Penney Farms on Imldll Officers
ner guard; Mrs Harriet Cressy. northeast. district of the Elk: many win form parties and last week. They art pro'lent January I and will reside In I I
outer guard Mrs. Clarice I and Mr. Leon Stephens, put I! tend from MHC at'l consultants for World the horn of the. bride for the Tli Green Cove assembly ol 1 : Oat- .
lion Tomes conductress, Mrs exalted ruler of the Jacksonville -, Neighbors, Inc I I
present. I the Order of she Rainbow foi
build Blanche Carlley, trustee; Mrs Beach Elk Dr. De Valols has devotedhis 1 1Y
I Mr and Mn Johnson want)
I : linE flirts last. Saturday night Installed
iseful Mandy Rogers, chaplain, Mrs Following the meeting a social entire adult life to Improving to their. appreciation 011
lIable Wanda Novak, Mrs Jean hour was held with refreshment FROM WISCONSINHudson the lot. of his fellow man eipress wishes, and eon Ann Loltln M their .
I all the good
the I Wise,, has descend I A graduate of Iowa State University
Wlckeo hoffer, rotor bearers; I| being served by gratulallona, from all Uwli worthy advisor
Irgln Mn Dawn McCormick, Mrs hostesses, Mrs Ralph Milberg, flt upon Penney Farms In the his long career of servIce ,I friend \ Other officers Installed Inceremonies
istry Velma 1Au oll, attendants, and ler.I Mrs. Olnnle Carmen and shape of three couples. from began In 1020 when he received In the assembly
IU bef'lr.lnI Mrs Olnnle Canwe musician I Mn Ralph Novak there who have come for the an appointment from I
IXAOIK: MIETINO SET: room were: Brenda Tyrs
I the Board of Foreign Missions
\ Reformed Church In America MR JiNl'AKY II I worthy associate advisor' Janis

and was assigned to field workIn On Tuesday, January 31 alI E.chuk, charity;; Wendy Jn-

India pjn In the sanctuary of the *.n, hotw; I I I
; In 1946. he married Dr Del Penney Memorial Church UM faith: Mrlba Bryan, recorder
I Union meeting .f Tit Good II
i nadlne Bleben organlset andirector
I Cynthia h llsrrl, treasurer 1
iI of the ear not and ClUseitfhlp Lragu and UM I I
I i chaplain,
will be held TM Rev
throat department of Christian WCTU
I Medical Collrie and Hospital Jack!! Cm..* of lakeland *... Mara I.... Long. drill leader

Vsllcre. Ruuth India I cullv dlrrrlor of tlm United Carol Ann June. love; Lynda

I They do not anticipate ft.I Christian Action will be the Kenney. religion Janet B|>ear

turning to It di.. having r* I guest speaker Union Christian mars nature. Jennifer llamllnIrnnMiriallly
I tired from active duty, but they Action ls the otranlsalUm, thai
I'., Urysn flilellIf '''
f s. ht are doing deputation work in coordinates Inter"churrh aoUviUes
; Florida and later mill go te In ironiutliig fund. clllseiishlp CtirtsUl Mllberger. patriot

I California to do the am thrutwhuut. th* .taUfliirrlsl > son Juann B.erssne Mrvlc. .,
Their retirement address I U musical nuinberi" wit' Patsy Paterson eonfkt.ntlalotwjeer r

Holland MkhMr lw presented 'by the mal* chnr lrnla.( Jut,... outer'tAmeener
A cordial intltatlon ls es
I us LU Ituw. rnivil Paul, ",r.IL ,..r...* M.....*,. veteran .f IM yiartMrvle
tended to all to hear Mr Fit** I
IIAR RI.V.JOIIVaV" I dan and Kliiaovtli Orotur wltsi lit. .t.ft, 4I>'U>* lbe' an4Mtin MW .,....**

Hh.D111VO Aw nnjn') I! Tt.. lies Slid Mr T II slept director r..nler .ll In. "*r from atoeaAMNi I. Urnlp and aW.
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Paul W HsrrlM and. srt lr *f llMr frosts n r .IW fr
Cleaver had a* their goestiMr Choir members" ar.: Bitarrl I
married snarkrl from ._ end .f the. iwilUn U Ik. .sib,
I Psul L Johnson acre and Mr CsMn Clark and ,.."... Ann liaise Karen liar
In the Preftbyterlan Church In their son Iiud of' IWrnarditonMM C.eecrse pease If sin* Hot-.
I rla. ,"''bbl. |)aia' '''U and Judy
Fredrrtrk Md on Christina met th New Year hull. |rvlhy Aim |"! *im"ft Mr of U... Pleat Methodist Church
ly dare While her*. y,. CUavci Jot.... Miriam" Petty. District l \ U" deMil l*..Uf Itow and Met
On IVfrmbrr 20 they flew less them on s htwvinf! taul liictalllng offletr\ wer Unita pulp was a guest. al U.. IrwiUI. (l' raldiri.* Parlay were In chart
north frnm Jsekmnvtlle tit ththnm U) (H AutnsUlrw sad Marine I II (lour nib* 't.)... Carol! latkm. fthlrh\ .a* followed by of' arrangements for the. In-
of Mr Johmnn's dough land flfM-arman. Judy J<"_ and, sreeeldson In lli" suclal hall ilallatlon.
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telephone newt Items, or for other purposes ( ar1t Nefos
Green Con Mil and GCS Penney ill Farms-7188 subscribers range ,

Orange Park Mlddlrburg. Jacksonville ,..
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hereby proclaim January 12IS .
Maxville Infant Hirris Long Gym DedicatedAt I Proclamation 1964 as
Dies In Blaze
State of Florida Florida.

I Three-month-old Louis Cor Executive Department i'' (SEAL IN WITNESS) WHEREOF,, ]

belt Carter wu burned to death TallahasseeWHEREAS have hereunto set my hand ard
Tuesday when the MazlUe caused the Great Seal of thi
Arbor Day, Jan
ijivchl home of hit Mr and'
parents I State of Florida to be affix"4
.. James Carter burned tc I'I'Mr. 4; f !. uary 17, 1964, has been set aside I at Tallahassee, the Capital 'ht

the ground tt as a day dedicated to theI I I 6th day of December AD. 196)
I According to Deputy. Sheriff I v P planting of trees In Florida and I Farris Bryant
R, F lIancock, both State Forester ; r Governor
r, has become an Important sym
Herbert Drlggert and
I bol In conservation, and Attest:
Foreat Ranger Edwin Padgett Tom Adams
attempted to get Into the flaming WHEREAS, an enlarged pop Secretary of State
v? aEw frame house to bring out I ulation and expanded Industrialization -
the baby but were unable to I II afd has Increased this
R do to because of the smoke demand for trees, a renewable
and heat of the fire natural resource, organization Agency
I r ; ;
I The infants parents and tit working for community better. I
: ter. Cynthia Mae, watched af ment and Individual citizen

r r I the house and all IU content are urged to plant trees to Increase ; KSW CARRY ?
consumed In the flames. I ADEQUATE
were ra' the economic, recreational NOT I i
: Graveside services were tc I and aesthetic resource INSURANCE
be held at 11 o'clock today In of our state.NOW. I.
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4. Long Branch Cemetery In addition
to hit parent and .Ia.j the dedication of the Illrrls C long the new chairman of the Board of County THEREFORE I, Far See: R1C1IAKD MURRHHAtini "
ter he leaves a grandfather. Gymnanlom of Dunbar High School on CommlMloners.; Mr. Long, County Commissioner rts Bryant, by virtue of the authority -, I
J, C. Kirkland of Glen Bt Sunday, State Rep. 8. D. Saunders (r.), and Luther Wilson. W. E. Long of vested In me at gover- '
.Ix Mary; and a grandmother. I othrr speakers called for greater emphasison Washington a brother of Mr Long; and nor of the State of Florida, dc Phone 471.4785oIa' I
J Mrt Ella Carter also of Max- Individual needs and aptitudes In the Mr. Saundrrs. In the background Is 0 n. --
vllle. county public school Also shown above, Brown principal of Dunbar.
L U r.. are' Mrs. Long, Louis L. Hartley, (Staff photo by Gene KOla) lf J? Ji I'I'I
We wish to thank the friends I i

and thought. neighbors and for deed their of mary kindness RaidersBaskcrb l1 TeamThe I 'h:,cr G glM TO11:ATA1 CAGES

during our bereavementThe _ -- r e r:
family of IktpkS, ,r, . :: .
Miss Judy Wells l :
I John Pe truce lone I 8rn DEFECT. .
/ E. Graham of Coral Gables. All wore full- : '. IWI\U ADOUSCENCt 0* *aUK5w9CAUIt ... >>

Ensign John length. sheath gowns of ruby .-&*(4'- tLtkt t q/ SITlrH MOST BUHONllf CEE';*0. .

red crepe with. removable over- I DrA5N1S0MOMgOMAYTx,46LR'T
The Rlverilde/ Presbyterian Olvrn In marriage by her father :fMc .
I blouses which formed flowing on+[DICEASC&on MCMTM.O MAC*
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I AT Wl VIKY fWA 0*U=&.
Church wu the setting Uitj t the bride wore a Dtreo- back panel.. Matching plllboxet
for the 4:30 o'clock tolre of allk-faced aatln
Saturday :
gown ofPlMtt
veils *
held their circular Illusion rut AMCC If WC
ceremony which united Mill with a cropped bodice, bateau rw lAaatSY UNQ a NArSCHM SDU
and they carried teardrop cascades P
Judy Jean Wells of Orange neckline, tapered sleeves and 0*mwAT suppcwr RW pvnzT
of pale pink tulips, ._,,. CARE AND nmsewso*TO PIN?
Park and Ensign John Edgar detachable panel trim. A headpiece David Houseman of York 1 -. ; z' CAOStS AND CURe11nR
Oraham, USN, In marriage I I of silk roses secured her Pa.. was best man Ushers were S.w.tTN. PLF8CTJ
Dr. Albert KUallng officiated veil of English lllualon, and Charles Harris, Alfred Wells \
assisted. the Rev Edwin the carried cascade of +
by a roses r t
Jr. brother of the bride, Ent
Montgomery cf the Orange tullpt and slephanotlt with an
Malachy Murphy, USN. May
Park Presbyterian Church. I orchid center j I port, James Jenkins Chariot- J'f /

Parent of the bride are Mr Mrs. David Blngemann was I I tetvllle. Va., and Darry Crickmrr -
and Mr. Alfred William Wells matron of honor Other attend of Washington D. C
of Orange Park. The bridegroom anti were Mrt Clyde Well I' A reception followed at Tim- art
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Is the ton of Mrt MeCullogh :Mill Susan Sufebacher, Mrs j I uquant Country Club. The newlywedt k ;
Graham and John Ed1 1 Mill Murphy of HyatUvllI< will reside In Brunswick ,

Car ,Oriham. t ]Md, and Mill JoAnn McDonald Georgia --I (
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I IHere's Orange Park Raiders varsity basketCoach Bell A. Barthlow. T Erkert. G. Mathraon .

ball team, pictured above, are left .. right E. Hanson. II. Lattlnger, and M.
row II J. Booth, T, Jackson, B funagln, King, manager, ,
I B. M. Weaver. Row 21 ,ISUff Gene
manager) Lytle : photo" Kota) er'CAQI
a list of American production cars with --- - -- r v c eST C'tM'NTT! TAXCOLIICTION1 ORANGE PARK on the ground wat started this % : 1'.1 oa -ITTM PgCECTS ,,
week, i x-v c. "la 15DO 000AoRAlALuel
standard engines that deliver more horsepowerper I t'P AGAIN I REALTORS Two real estate MOVE agents In Florida Limited and Realty g I{ 'j siMll
Corp. moved their
office tc
Bales tax collections In, the Granite Park are moving and 3>l MMlSi
county were up aaaln last. expanding Frank. W. Brown their building directly In front
pound of car weight than the 64 Oldsmobile i iF.85 month according to J. Ed and Associates are building anew of the Admiral apartments al
I22S U 8 Highway IT on Mon
Strauglm director of the Florl' office building adjacent tc
da Krvrnue Commlsilon their present quarter Work day of this week Harley Broom I
1 Holiday Coupe or Sports Coupe
& : Total county sales tax collecttoiw sales manager states that then ,
last month were $20 brr and up approximately 35 are many new and Interesting Cotney Tire Service
I 30154, up slightly from the per cent from the cembcr developments coming In rea

II 110 3JO Jl collected In Novem I 111112 figures estate In the Orange Park area ( .1. Park .* King: Jacksonville

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.. 15 1I.. INeet, I 1 the smallest to the UROKST!
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I Mey .et.euble was 11 l Ii if rilmlnr Miller Tire! Aatolitp flatteries
d.dg5.d will. fete.Mu. .
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I Mel"atv.' .ely.5d wa1.ewi..h MI e. .. 1 lire J.'wlnathes ( : II'.\flK i has wp..d.ensatl 11tl.s Sinclair Station t Koail: teak belly

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v whoa t1N NIl-.IMtM MI kNf. W.Tv. .1 tl' Realty .9 $e.s 11Fars
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-,. arws.a.An...eel'''-w. ..-a..4 Ir-M e..w.--' I .igad 154 safety I., ,seta will, / flD) n &anm J, wi.dsh1.18 IM. amahsi aut. auMMMMOHnaw. .11....SM tv mat..SIM i IIM a.i a..... seated bas yhe.delhis / J
lock .b
,.b t.a rads, f )J. D. Goodwin
Ie, .51 ball.a .
/ w past 11. tsalt ,..aMN
ROBERTS CHEVROLET visually all saw
.odds h... la..SJphd WiMa T. Riuull Hilda T ,\'dbar.vtU
word rl.lPp.
Oraa,.. aid Part. ,..... tI..JtSS Gaga Cor ',naatI I issamu.sMMWtaskim1 ... ,.yon .a ) Moa : tUU ACREAGE 4 LOTSMUIDrvmLODMMCIIClAL
a ,..) Naei.l, lriH-VTRUI.! .01'1114 QalLATn CI-If CIOCmTTRad

.. .......lla lW.......Ma... uu.. _ s_,* aed e.wfal 1 Ararat n-e I".SU' r-.. c... 8pias,


( JiNVARf U H.
Green Cove taxpayer, ha de. Cove 249394 or at PalatkaJ253819 Inc from tk* .10! of property>

To The Rescuer County Towns To Get Hurst Carries On parted for more salubrious I I and mar.iMUcnr.r b* chimed' on of or T.upon.b D..eI.ble"for.proof M ..rcht of
occupied by
clliae\ The building UU.I .
At New Mr. Hunt 1 II moving hit Hurst and Rex Smith . and I I K not chimed en or b fort
Locationi .. fBlldfl Willtf
Id date then
$6,500 In Cigarette Tax i I headquarters to Palatka and by the called Countywide fold Into Ibo General Fun of
E. C Hunt who became associated will continue his office machine committee II 1 now vacant The 'I.y County II provided Statute bf 9e.of
lion 114 It Florida
.: a year ago with R Park will
four qualified get $1,10531, Keystone
The county : I. IsfC.rtlttrsl.
of Oreen Cove, hat 114 South Second 8tFalatka out of business h.1I orlale Ulult {
municipalities will receive Height. will get $1.313(0' Smith Jr. I I at gone I No. and 14lMtiwn
.500 from November and Penney Farm $70.22 been awarded the Royal Type ------ .hlD IndlMttd Annlt
more than $8 I i.m'i. \OTICKSOTH ilrovti. Amount 1.11.nleOIWK .
state cigarette tax collection writer distributorship for Clay Anyone desiring his office to: TO IM HI.10Thrri o L. CARLtSLPX
Richard B The aunty distribution reprtaentt and Putnam counties Mr machine and supply service* In hrlnn hold by Ih 'I..rlt l of trcult Court
to ,
!. according i 'I.,1t "f the ('Irrllltturt
two tenth of one per Smith lately ,,'eU.known should contact him at Green rnd..ecru I'laYtunl,. FloridaWE'RE
of the State a ailills HurpU . .
director _
Keating . . . . L.
of the distributerof - ---- . . . .
cent state . I III I I I II I I . n.
Beverage Department I III 1I11I II I t t-tt t II I I tt .>+++++ t t 1II11 II
more than $3 million The

The largest hare of the dis largest check will go to thi

trtbuUon mill go to the City of City of Miami which will recetve .
r r ler Green Cove which gets 13; more than $311000. 01

42809. The town of Orange more than 10 per cent of the
--- - total. The smallest a total t of

b y, w CREEP COVE BO\\USO pan.$5.74. to the town of Manala MAKING

Wen Lost I

Jokers... ,........... 31 30 !

Professors ............ 31 31 a

i Magnolia ........ .... 38'" 3111 EntnnitMrt

Untouchables ........ 34 :348Bails PLANS FOR OUR

I ................ 33 35 I
I Kingfishers .. .... .. 33 SS -1'''"

Civil Defense Director Ray E Chance stand I Drivers ............. ... .. 32 se
beside the new Civil Defense rescue truck. The vehicle U Champions .. .. 2e1i 311'

equipped with two-way radio, loud speaking lyitem, portable *
generator, and complete first aid equipment It re- The Jokers Jumped back Into 10TH ANNIVERSARY

places a converted truck that nag In one from the time the first place by winning three to.
County Civil Defense organization was formed one over the Professor, dropping
them to second There

were *ix 200 scores by the men

Bill Dunnavant 2J4 Uwlouclu

I 212, Jack Vaughn 203 Freeman
ONE REASON YOU CAM T wer Everett 201 and A1 Ivejr 204

\ WITH YOU is THAT YOU 200 with a total of 550 which! 4L
1 PONT HAVE ANY UFT WREN was was high high for set the Mary women wit)' J

YOU'RE READY ID 6Ol! a 442 I r
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t Jfl CLAY Phone til.<7II I

Monday thru Friday Two

Snow tarh evening

7 I p.m. '
I Sat. ft Sun ('onllnullu.I , pa1TN
$' From 2pm.

1 Wed. Thurs. and Frl
; upGY
Jan. IS, 18 and 17A I

TICKLISH AFFAIR" "i:1Clayltatl

starring Shirley Jones

and Olf YoungSat.

., Jan. 18
i w.P A A.
tarring Philip Carey

high taxe and continued Inflation are Just another and II. Revels
reason for saving money" today, Open a
saving account al KEYSTONE STATE BANK Margaret Rutherford President

even though It a just a medr start.U .
growth will, surprise and please you Remember' Hun. Men and Tue I

avert usually get what they want Jan. l'. 21 and U Jaeli ftaam, pie I
I "MARY, MARY" lard, hat been

starring Dibble Reynold th Mrt If lk. Ort'+M Core

I KEYSTONE STATE BANK ,,"pd., Thar. .and Frt. Sprlngt lentil ".aa'*" .. ...
Club as IU entrant tt. he
Jan. S<. !3 and II .IMI Mrt. America ewtUwl.Th .
iML: 5 LNO.p COMMVN/t.
"THE IIAl'Vrm: PALACE I*l tl.- *n Feb.

tarring Vincent Price It f., this are. I II

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>l the. INMMI ur til NT'
ililMllXllJNKIU, Of tl.AI.IKT '

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I I OR I'OlA CONVENIENCE "I, 1.14.. ....I4.' siid d.1.t.I
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II air Ill? I REVELS
MASH GIANT 4ah' Nla.e .1,51 l ONLY ,Mtt.ti '.. "IIA" 7I
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nrle kid peel. >.. Mr IM ..... ....!>.. *.-
.N p.65 .". S.ubp '....... 1.N Chrysler-Plymoutfc: Inc.
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.- 54N 151 ....- 505451.r..w ,
BIG SINGLE LOADS 25c DRYING lOt 10 MINUTES h ,,<., .,,!... ...._ 545e
'e.... 50. .4 ..... ..... I.N .
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11.,5.. Mil h4 N 4--.' ..*. 1050 AVENUE GREEN COVE SPRINGS
COME ONE --- .. .. -.... -
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rv *> yy .'. Cop .il CHRYSLER
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SIX Clay:: County (Crescent! THURSDAY JAMJABT It. It"


new Hem, or for other purposes
; = Cove and Penney Farm subscriber
QTo'ue MewsT'G
I reeu I call CCS 284-IlSt

"Mr Orange Park Mlddleburc and Jacksonville\

snbscrlben call 2(4-6751


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Health Center Ground-breaking Services Held For James G. Tyre Hirris C Long Gymnasium I"A

John Petruccione Services FridayServices SAFETY REMINDER

w Iu IuJk I I A funeral mass for John Pe for James Gordon from THE TRAVELERSand
trucclone 74 years old, was Tyre, 60 years old a retired
I said at St. Josephs Roman Catholic bridge tender, were held in yourTRAVELERS
I Church, Green Cove, on Peoria Chapel on Friday. Mr
Saturday Mr. Petruccione, who Tyre died suddenly last week AGENT
had been an employe at Bar at his home in Orange Park
A rett Nurseries for a number of He was a member of the First

years, died suddenly last weekat Baptist Church of Orange Park I
his home. I lie leaves his widow Mrs

A veteran of World War 7 Lois Tyre of the home; a son I
he leaves a daughter, Mrs. James Tyre Jr, of Orange
I Ruth DeMatthews, of West Park, two daughters, Mrs
field, N. J.Pallbearers. Hazel Silcox and Mrs Lucille I
were J P. Revels Mlddlcbrooks, both of Jacknonvllle .
rK: w. yM AA E D. McCall Edward B. Taylor and eight grandchll t tUSE =

r H.. P. Tomei, George Cow dren

toy and J. W. McCuller.. I Honorary pallbearers were I
Burial was In Hickory Orove John P. Hall Paul Boyd Fred

Cemetery Helm Funeral Home Hancock, Judge T. J. Riven
-: was In charge of arrangement James West and Jim Miller I
The Hlrrli C Long Gymnasium of Dunbar high Schoolwas
Active pallbearers were Stafford i
Johns J. J. Joins, Bert, dedicated at ceremonies on Sunday afternoon. It will I YOUR
Mrs Mary TV.lor Buobee, Ben Green LouIE not only serve as a center for the school's physical training
program but as a social center, SEAT BELTS.
Huntley and Don Hughes .
Scrv'ccs Are Held I The Rev. Oene McCullouih
minister of the First Baptist Tiny do u\e Ikea/ and reduce
Church of Orange Park offl : k.rluu injuries In the Interest
Graveside services for Mn
elated at the services. Burial Socials of vour safety, The Travelers
Mary Hancock Taylor, ft yean Green Cove
: urges ) was In Peoria Cemetery Helm
old were held In Hickory i an added iiKcnllve, the Mcdktl
tools L. lluntley (second from right), the scheduled to be completed by aummer. Shown Orove Cemetery on SaturdayShe Funeral Home was In charge I l'mint: Limits on Tr.nleraAulomoblle
new rhalrnun of the Board of County CommlMlonera above, left to right are I George L. Carlisle, I died at her Green Cove of arrangements. I Word wu received last week'I Julian Johnson IOn of Mr. Pulkles will.. sutonulkslly -
breaks round for the new clerk of the Circuit Court) County Commissioner I home on Friday. I I I by friends here of the deathof I and Mra Elmer Johnson has be doubled-it no addiilonil .
I Illt.OOO County Health Center. It wan. hi. II. E Moody, County Commissioner I Surviving art a daughter ', I Mrs. Roy Massengale in At- returned to the University of cost-H )ou ors udnf
Mil tolls at the time of iaicUvnt.
first official set at chairman of the hoard. Luther E. Wilson Mr. Hnntleyi and County Mrs. Anna L. hate, of Oreen V.LA. )Women lanU Col. and Mn Massen-I Florida Julian has recently .

The Center which It to> be erected on prop Commissioner O. J. Murrhee, I Cove; a ion, Frank Taylor of I gale lived here for a numberof been pledged to the Sigma Chi ftolcil. )our..1f and you family
erty adjacent to the Court HOUM annei II Cuticle PHOTO IT GUI kOlA Miami; two brothen, Frank Hold Luncheon yean and will be remembered fraternity on the campus. by 1II&IIIIIn"I. belts and ruing
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Hancock of Jasper, and by many them.
Jess Hancock of West Palm The V. I. A. Federated Woman Harry Phillips returned to For information/ / aboutTraivlm
Beach, a slater, Mrs Maggie 'i Club held their January Atlanta on Tuesday after a Automobile
G Helm II I Klnsey, of Jennings, Fla.; five luncheon meeting last Thurs 1- ., Mn week's visit with his aunt Mrs Inntranc call .... J

If grandchildren and three treat day Chaun- Gladys Phillips
: 7 : grandchildren |I The meeting was called to cry Moore attended \the annual J. SLATER SMITH

FlIllcrall-Io1J/c : I tJ : The Rev, A. D. Martin of. order by Mrs. Chauncey Moore,I visitation of Mri Dixie Layman Mr and Mn William H

; i : flclated Helm Funeral Home president, and Mn RobertJ. I Supreme Queen of the Reed and their son Hal returned SS N. Orange Aye

:,c was In charge of arrangements '' Sudlow, Bible chairman I I Daughters of the Nile, last to Tallahassee last GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLAX
CHAKLKS 1IKLM: { St. Maryi Thrift Shop :C I I asked the Rev. Gordon Craig, Thursday at the Tuesday Mud week after a visit with his mother .
hat moved '5 JUNIOR WOMAN'S 'I pastor of the Methodist Churchto cale Among those installed Mri Herman Reed K "ftr" rvtMtfnfTil
r' Funeral Director '' CUD MEETING give the devotional. Mn ..
to Iu new locationon from Clay County were mmill IIJUIUCE hs>M l lv
.1 I The Green Cove Springs Mri Carl M. Dumbauld In'I Jennings Murrhee and Mn xurroM. coNMCncuT
Mr and Mri. L B. Druruon
0 3 JI Junior Woman' Club will hold ternational relations chairman
IMiono 284.Jjj! ( !) Walnut St. Frank Carlisle, are spending the week In Atlanta
Its regular meeting on Thuni Introduced Col If P. Armstrong I
across from City Hall on a buying trip
:I i day, January 1at I o'clock of Deahler Ohio. Col
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at the home of Mn Frederick Armstrong, formerly with Army: MA TO CELEBRATE
UN'V. II EAST p, O. BOX I : S Andrews 242 D Prlngle Circle Intelligence spoke concerningthe PAY
,' Magnolia Springs Apartments \ economic, cultural and re I IIlglous !
I I The Green Cove Spring leu
--- - MprcU of India Illus I Itratlng ,
his talk with colored,, VIA Federated Woman'
slides India Impressed thr Club will have a coffee at the FREE SKATING PASS

speaker as the most depressed VIA for members on Friday

country visited on his trip around .I January IT at 10 o'clock. ADMIT ONEGOOD
the world. Its area hone
Following the coffee then
-third that of the United
a State and the population is : till be a program In honor cf I II VON, TltS.: WED, TIIURS.

Y 2'.1 limes as great A questionand I Arbor Day at which time a 1'NTIL JANUARY 20, 1964
answer period followed, 'dogwood tree will be planted
The hosUuMi for this meetIng on the grounds of the club !
were Mrs. J. E Csrswell IIII.E\\ILl) A\'E. GREEN con
i chairman Mrs W J. Writs I I
7 /1/ I ?fn. Sam Saunders Mn H E NOTE 01 THINK - -

j Rod Mra James White. Mri
Alf DavU and Mn C R Wtl We would like to thank all)
lisoni I I our friends for their kind and I r4 a. r sw a. sr w t.-- -,

..... ,.. .. ii i Thirty.two members and thoughtful I I sympathy and foe I
w.---\\i \ t \ N 1 guests were prntent A short the brauUful floral dear tributes mother at : I 'VIHOT' : .V l I:0YL.1R: PRICK:
business meeting followed the'I the funeral of our ( !' I

I program 'I I deed Mary last Hancock week Especially Taylor who we I I'l.KFOKMlVc: 'E I: 01' II
F1ARR.1'IT ----
ri: thank the Rev A D. Martin, of IMfl-'MH: / 0 \!SOUNKSIX l :: I
2 : :+ OIIKIR TATE Grove Baptist Churchfor
aiM Hickory 3 OUT OF 5> CARS I
STATIONfl IV GERMANY his words of condolence.

i Army Chief Warrant Officer' Anna L Haas ,
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hobby A. Tat, son of Jason her daughter .
"" "e""t Tate of Green Cove, has ben I Frank Taylor t _
assigned lo the I8Mh Ordnance her son
I .
Detachment near KsrUruhe 1- T__ -_
Germany Warrant Officer 1i
Tate, Jl years old. la a missile i, stone Arsenal Ala He attended '
maintenance supervisor He Wake Forest College before
Cy $i %. _"+" r p1 e was formerly assigned to Red entering the army II years agoCLEANERS
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deliverytrucb content primers; others with an aluminum-waa
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usable flat floor 7M ft long the engine up front and The windshield, Is a big flat practical one-piece unit Ut N. Orange A... tee's Cove StdaW'cP
a lot of quality feature "which make It a better buy The big 90-hp cylinder standard engine is more

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truck I II strong, rigid ttabl. Doors ate doubt"wall II you need more power,Chevy-Van otters a t20-hp sn' -- -

construction at eitra cost Side doors and rear windows, "
At S.nrUir WK: CARK: . .
Chevy-Van has mutual resistance rust also cost ettra. ... ""
and corrosion. Especially: vulnerable areas last but not least It's a Chevrolet Which toMUM"c .

such it front stepells" art galvanliedSealeri . ceittif neat means that It Is built to work for you a long ABOUT YOUR CAIU
art used at all critical Joints Inside pool ceiruui' time at minimum coit
I, Get a f mit big piece of good shady, country land J. Q. Tire Service

FtfeprSonour tvroM> dealer about ChtvyVan or any type of f rue If With the old swimming bolt nearby

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Ovmstre Ant at CMS*** sheet Gate. sew SMMI'AOE

I ageearo aoldw n-e 6 T -4 4. Pkoc J 49th

Orange and Park "ov -


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' -- -- In* bounded Oil the Bait by the, North Tl decree 0' II" Wee cau.e, Vli, : A. rhrM of way for
LCOAkOTKIt LKflAL KOTIOniv I \\'..1 4* foot rltrht of way t lln* loll fett I. the bealnnlnit' ofa portion ..f But Road. 0 IIS, for
- - - -- of ShAle n.." Mall, a.. d>..rlb.< rurv eoncav to th. NorthrnMerly I borrow phi and dralnai ma.ratntn ..
Shop, bounded on th* SoulS by having' a ra.llua' nf for secondary 8utta Road
iTHK (inch '? roiMT or lla;: r..falll ('0191?. F'it'IlTI: th* North I* foot null of way 2....,* feet run then.. ..forth life ci part nt th* Plate Sigh.wit -
n..vT") KIOHIIM. R OK1 P'14P511 (In* of Kiat* Itoad No It, ana1bo westerly. aald curv.* of Florida" and th* con-
l> HkNTKHV: >o. !ITMK II.A, l.N AM Foil (l'f.A COLMI .tided on the Nor,"...a b) throtith a total centrnl anal' vf atrurtlon, and malnt.nanc of a
\SS II.: IA.ll'lln nuuwN. AT tCA .\\\'. It. ocr of a curve <*.."..".. toth 10 dra-rem 10' I*" a illatano *fMl liulilln highway' for th. usa of
1'lulltI !. Ill NorthwMt ,havIng, a raillui, IT feel to the end of aalilnrve tha Mineral, puhllr .nd that on.
I of tfl mid. rur\f helna 'Ian. .. run 11,5,... North II d.- nf the Jud t-a ot the C1rul
1 1 TiiKit rnEiMsRicK nnowNIvffniUiil. CI.AY, COI'NTT. a political *.nt to the Weot in' foot right' Hnr. II' 10&1." ,*.t1i Court I In and for th* '
I ululltlalon' of the halo of wav lln. of .aid, ..,..I.. II..... > "''..., Iii t.u I Mid Motion I hIsS' ('Irrul nf I..rl.. .1 on

\ii Vilnilnlntrator' of ISo Bt.l. ofltu ..f Florida.,, H-lll at th. North end of aalditme HI point till: II fc..( rtoulhrlt tin. 2 ,' :':\ knp D
:..\MliUm Brown. lue.crso ilL.lhr PetItioner and' '"n. nt to the North >' fnim lit, Northw*.t ornr. ', I'K4 [ I nu 1\ .M. or a*
rrrdrrlrk, Wit VP *. foot riant of wav Iliir of aldNlnte ..rHid H... n..n *. (Nmtalnln ."n theroaftxr. aa nun Hrown
li.m Kenneth Hrown, Jm. lCd "HANA 11 TITIIIU.. *t al.. I It...., No. I I' at the oral 0 SOti' ",'r.'., u', ..r P...111.| b, heard In ( ,.ull Court ( ...
'0 dli lire. and Von Burl HrownV I n I a. end, cit ....1.. lit," Contaliilnaii I Ii'S'C ,"\'iiii.aroad. right ol lien In the ('U> Counts urt
AIR COXDITIOMNO flOATS TRADING POST TUK: or* in irTHK NOTK'K> : (iF 1t'LII1Il1: rr, ...... mure or I..... .....Inal \III' h..Is.c at (Irren. Cons fprlnit.H.rlila ..
HTATK" OK I PUUUDlTO \ ,if etl.tln* i cud rIght' of way :Mt'HTi.ill.r; : : MI'LKl4 NANONU. '- ronalder 11(1 Devises
VONKAIU.. nnoNHHHIIiKNOK ,,, t.UK .H' EMIIT tiUjXHH III JAMHM V.0n'AIt5V I" I NIi. I NC.That lion of T.kln. appoint appral.
IXIWtO riUH"KKDIMiHI 1 and $II1KUKCAKKV ,r., and .. such ord.r aa tte*
INLET MARINA \ TIIK :SVMhl AM UY hunband WICI-I4 Inl.MIt .II't Ieams pu.I'
t and I
\l'TIII"ITI' l IK THK' HTATHUK 0 pail .f U.I ih. null and all partS Inl .
TIUDE 1 KIKIi: Ihsu a (till has b.*n filodKkMinii Its It .4. Fellowahlp ".rll. Part ., nit b.
WE BUY SILL Kl.nUH'A I r.-.l il appai a
M>U .In ih. .5ev. ..55115.'V. 'I Ih'n\'J! of U>t 11. flInch 1 1' Itinik t iiai* tl public may
REFRIGERATION :MERCURY JOHNSON Three locttlonii I 'nun* anil toil ar* hreety riulrr.1 <>. TtiU.. WHOM IT r.r.CON.- ,\ F< llowehlp. I'ark, a r...,,rsta of lIsp S.'0101) florl.Ulilna \ doilttnatrdViiC h.-*r.l at th. (tins' and lilac

ENGINES: to i<>r\e upon plaintiff.attorn. CKItN anJ t>< Nil neraona and of th. ao.iihweit ', W.'.1 .,( and within 41 r...,
1$ E. Palmer. M.. Ph. 28I-S2RO .. :..,; of th. northwem 'n' Nichols t] ,. '
\ whole name and mltin | 'iilia l liaMng i>r .Ulmlng" I any .f th., xiitry line nf l-e. U' AND BACH Or Ton
CROSBY' BOATS dr. .. ipi..i' hiroon your writ. nil hi. III"., Intrrrat. *.tal., fnwnehlp a "..UIIt, lI.n. Ittal ..r,,. It..,..dHi, H.t-tion hereby .ommandfd ti, npr, *lilium
SERVICEAIR \\arehouM A antique a old I ,lHf..n..,.ii. If any! to th. hill ui..itii' "ae or othvr lion to or on (111) Count. )'., h. 71 .Siu.:lull.| *..itl .aurv> I in. b.. .r mi Aniwer to lbs P.>
nf rompUtnt/ In Mill .ul'. .rrla of UnJhvrtlnn Inn ninth of alit within III feetof I it., . tin.., foil"\ . ll "
U.7.\; : TIM 1 1.MIS: Gym Bldf. S. Orange Are copyof tlio.Hriain |t lim, K i a* "- tlllnn hrr.'tofr. filed In Ibis
hloh |I. i1ellveri to you here trr ...a.rll.rrt. and the Ii,. 'UI" ')' lie of Hlat lload Hlnnlna. on She \V..| live of th* ills. 'In thv abavi. .milled Court
COND1T1OMNOREFRIGERITION SALES ft SERVICE ""BIG TOP" tent BUndlni S lib on or br"r. January II following iwrnonn, ", Mill, .u. ".-.'11",, 71M17.U1cI. aaldaiirter HM <, .if !OIW" ..f Heillun ItTimn.hlp .n ..r Iwfore. its t IMI day of
i A 1 I'. MM all unknuinr. tUlmlnarl "lIne Lelna' d-.n'rlh.l a* :i. $.. uIlp. linn III
OUTBOARD REPAIR I ona ii ( 5.', i.runrA, I I' III*. l< showS
Rldcrwooi It'r'tn full nut doi-r. 1'1',1 l throuiih known follow., IVKlnnln I <>u the w'nl i .: i.*. 7 ,.. Nor.
Blvd. at or ip. or under :: ; : nut nt a point l rlnht' tilt I IntifoSI *r
AND II'ATIVG SERVICE hwy. 17 Orange. Park. .0, ,,.pp. wIll 10. eupuired 551..' l I"' ra"n. ski are tlr. .d, or who, Ill of Kr.lion II Tunnahlp t th.rlfrom the I4ogthwe .1"'I'n" ton. or ant of ton, sue,*
Furniture evil appliance at Mm for the ....11..' pry.d In th. 'ii i < not known In b. deal i>r Houth Itana. >* Nw.t at a pointiMtuT ' r H\\ '< of MV >* of .41.1' HM- In :, of th.I "bov. dc.crlbwl
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 49815PAULS I bill or 'roninUInt .11\. I fet-l niirlh.rlv from lit.eulhs'eeI ; : 11 run Surlh It d*. an.l .h.. muss why Ih*
bar;aln price lIlt3llRCt'T i TMK N rriiK. or BID gfirI1KIV1 I' 'SA" TI'TIIIU. rarner of h.WSi olld lir<.e. It'Ik" Knit 44141 feet (iih. > ..n,1 ah<>uM' IKII., 1 lie tak.n for

Home Phone 281-9780 rVIl To Cit. Ailtl' thi II. ."'.''h'" III N.'. York Aviiuv .- .. Is.. lion 31', run themNorth. l,. ainnln' of a eurra roiwav I ub" .I.IIM. *n.l ,imrpoaei, net forth
1* 1:1" Hitat ItOI
Bu lne. Phone .81-4'M Vina) P.. rr. wherein. 'lOh.i'ItIIini .. I Hunttniilin', Ni.w York I* liar' Mfwt tu the Northweaurl hvlnr a in the petition hrvlnVITXrW ,
iiorthirlv .! -..ton' fAd
to .
,Ua LH.\uiS: lln>*'n sat I'Ulntlff andKiinnlr i'IltTbll'5Kli: IMtol'fOT i i..liu.. .. ..r ;uiii finS, run*
.., the ..t II". of Him'k ml ofl'rli.uwihlp \ mi hand and the
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I"iuli. llrawn .. I'! i nllliMMTIoSId'| nl inn nitl.l curvrthr..uuh
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I'urk l a"t I .. r. 45.55 nf I ihli i ",urt i>n t$ ilth.U
lotnl, anal 01l '
frmliini sill' oai hflni Cbs,- iiliUnr )lVrat Aehisbo a .ntrnl
TV .\ PPLJ.\ XCE ,' i tinted in flat Hook .. ,'... II ,. ) ..r Jan.urt .V ti IKIIIKI'IIUK
irrt r Number IIMi "> n>'. l'.on l IvanlaJVMK iu5ie's I* 14" a ,11.tni of
\\ITSKX: awl the ,' nuMlf record of 1dl..r.s ',; : C...., the ,t of ill. i iiiirvr
I i my henS V AU ..OithVlt..lilen. : : : m to >" I SEA: 1,1, .
SKRVICKWe .. I : ,', I Fl.irld. ot a point t , ,". Noith, 41 do.,
ciii) nf MM four! at ii' Cov .' Wlvfl'a 'url.I ,'.. run Ihr" : I ..m.fIL\
IIV 711', i Knrlnitt. HorMit this tuth dip! mean and Murrla ."*n"e, of'iMlnln lbs N'V cots corner.,.,.>a nioro Ihert-of nr ,.-.n.. II r... IV II" Hat ill.II fet, Stark of I the CircuitCourt.

Repair All Brands "rtrttllaircut"! of 'm-rrn.hrr. A. f>. 1t4,. I I...". Mraoh. Sew Jre* .f etUllna road rightowVttn t.. the bciinnlna' : of a curvr In .n,' 'or Clay
All l> (!K:'>IUIK 1 I. (' I 111.145kI ..1I111'.IIY"AIt.' : ." ., ..n.aie lo the Hmithvaaterlr County Florida
ftl Beverages
Servicing Clay County ''lis.tilt' Court ItPBl.lpn.* III.",. C.iurl, hn\liif a ra.llua' nf Till* i.t.t
Ci'iltticatr" j" I ll,,. "luiai n It Ht>hm, ' and Murrl. Atmue : SlY. 'IttlItRitY' \v Mt.r run :lIeu'. Noitheaiti I sliun.01'I lit Irace M I'.rllal.liepult .

for Sixteen Yrari Open > A. :M. to 1 A. :1. I !'eputy t'l.rk I...". Hmn.h. N..r )rt.*.t I .. iintr through an anal nf'S Cl.rk
irc.iiri (11..011! 'ItollKKT \% ('\'I.t.l : That pail, of Sail 1\\. II of d...n>... at' nl" a .11.'....'* ofni ATrotlVRY Full

Orange Park Ph. 2649565FULLERTON'S Duval County Line ALL H IRCllTS-$1.00 1 .......I..n.010" Moor*, Ho.i.lvn.e c.< "Kinllle M.'Tarty ,Mlxk 171 fnll T. Fellowshiplwlk | let| to the, Knal.. II". .., J. J.nnlna, tr rITIOEI
Attorrrv fur Plaintiff llltll ItoadCamlirla { a .lIh.I" I.,.." of the aoulhwr.t .Hr. lion 25. ''.. rn.hl|< \ HoulhlUiiHi. l, O Hoi 171

North of Orange Park I I Ait.lnii llelHKO. 1.h II\ I V,. of lbs n..rt".1 t.. olHn ,, >* K..I. I \\ '.1 tin. of ilr.on C.iv* Hprlnaa FI."t.

Orange Park I Barber Shop Itl Ils' '01"1' "I\.tlns.\ ,U. ,laUnd. Nft. York I linn,., II. 'Townahlp t HouthMI. 4. It.," 11. '......n..hh' k HouthItmae i *. il, ll taIN
J.'k."n Ill,. P' JOHN 'U HTAIIKIIILald ....-"' ', P4 r' ., Slav Count II >. ii a point
lira. 1:20 ..m. (. I.JO: p.m. 1I.1f.. ".,. P. II, "nrtIII Meelln lloua* Tmr.Xrf:: and wtlhm HIM: Cml Houlherlr from th*

SI N. Orange A,,. IPIIOLSTERINGBAXIEY'S - - -- ....Ul b."'I"| t."n. NDW York Hi t.rl of thr stir'., lln. i.f Ni.rlhweal rorn.r of ..1 ld' Hnllnnn .. ..
mme (oration for ever 15 year I Ii.ou.: I Ml "U K IU'I ritKii" \\' HUH IKI: Dial llond t-lll, H.olion tnl-| ? , from a tana'nl -- -
Green Cove Spta. zu.toUnAJU I -. --- llMldenr. I1. II .Mot IIIUrrhH I last nell. corner. ,Ii".. helna dfrllied I"" .,.f North II .l,...1'... 4T' II" .
KINGSLLY .* IIIWAY 17 I | >ri .. .. follow 1I.lnlll"l on I-'linI: ,. "lonllnue !, .. i u'i"l S1'Y Jl lilKfII :
iTiifr rot or TUB 1.1.,.,, NY. the wet .tin. of *,., lion II |t.'i". ..aidurve Ihrouah. an anal, l Til o.. ''I."Y .Xil NT
APPLIANCE TRIM SHOF I I ('oi >Tv jt. ..oRr.> ASS) ron Illl.HA IUHIIKK: IViwnahlp t Houth. liana It ..I III dsoeu U' en" a ,liela' tI... .I'IT I I'ei.bJti. \
Kant .1 t i point tlilT Sect "..,'h. ,, U 'h. cs'S .1 enIdu're .'Itl'I
: ( Sir lltlMTT. rLOMIDii Maldi,, "C d Hot 411 I I f U' lids si In I r.
SERVICE; *.. SIT I I os-lw frnns 555 .IIh..t rnm.r coup th.n.'e N.rlIS It .,.. I'lGI'IliuliiNIl IW ....',1!
miHIKV scOUt
:MIlK i I .
Complete Auto & Furniture I. ret 5.'s'5 'l.iirI., N Vilreenpori of N\V .a of .al tITATIC orM TlIlOOOORr I INuN hit' H 11\\1\:11", 555",", Noiik II
MAYTAG VphoUterlnc I MACT DPslCAMpls: It......."..* lit. I. II... III ..., llmil feet .lo Ih. noilh.rlv I 'Houth, ttana. 14Kan Tu All S'eeliI.r and I'-reon
1100 W. Idle*'\lid A,.. NOIUM T,) nUllarOR' I I liarlr.lon llrlMhl I.. isles'.ls 'cC tho t''cnl lisa s-f al a point 41 louth. 1.1". I'Ulnia or Ovinond
\V. D. Morris[ i To all creditor SS4 iii. p.roo". Kotith Vei.lin I Silo" 11 of Fellowship.. ,PasS rip I.,...p |h. Norlheaat eorn.r. Mid .:. ..'
KELVINATOR Ph. 184-JJ05 Ii baring tl.lm. or diNseds ', III'IIY J. (1t<:s_ I tart" I .. rwor.litt In I'lal 'Hook ..''C "."..., ,U.I I of aald ,oil eel ii-h af ,nu. *r* hr.

Cove Cove Sprint Florida a.*ln.l ..1 li< (ttal*. Ill* t. Ho* IK ,I I. (I'a.. It, publlt' .....C'.... nf stay ....11.." H ,'..",.Inln. n .11 I I.I ,,.,Il.t mil 4ulr.d I In p5.. .
DMrlbulorAlljmey v\. II levI' .. !I.... csIiiIa. ofralalln .
You mid eaoli of you. ireherrh Charlr.tnn. H.laM point n Snore or *list, ant talma and d>
FlIP Kstimntcui'rpo : ) notirird anil required tohvr I I tOnsIl. Canillna Nur'h nr 'h' t. S. rorn.r 'h.r... road labs of war I man.l. w h ;I I. h you ir *l..HI l.

DEALER Milk .,....n5 soy rlilmi and ..m..... | N.iloiMl rund. I"... ,r.. I\n"'nln' 000 5'rss 110Ccor IH\\KH IIY MHVIIY F IIAI.MMK .. ., .., i.iu mat Sirs aaalnalih.
I l'i'k.t1llunli' | Delivery I I. bIb VD.. 5, .lIh.t n' you., flu.. .Phlladrluhla' I'* ,U... ...'Iisiv.. ul t1lalln. I I : and, wlf, KVM.YN IIAI.UK .. . Ratal, of John "'.U...", ,.,,.
...Ina the ..l.i. pf Thro- MKNItY F II4I.UD-K 'I I road rObS. of. wavIMCII K dn.d I lila .f .ld County I*
ALL MAKES OF llaidle Any and All of Tout I d",. :M Mwy. .......'... "lit. at IU.ld.iM. at, amlih Hire.I IIY. JOHN. .n NTAHKIITKA.I.MM I Ih. IoinSv Jo-ua. .r "hr lipie.u .

APPLIANCES REPAIRED Upholstery Needs! For ri[ 1.> tousle Florida, la th. lion| : : N T I .ITS.II S I. I'lTfll III'till i'F , P'IurI'ia' 51 hi. ,"Ir'n ,he"SI ,
I I Thomm livers. I'.mntjr Jtidiieof K\: .".'1'' N \111.1.11KH..i4in. ,,f last I. Illoik I IIT .. ATIUN ..a.. I* II. nthsuea af ..1.. \,unlr alilr
AIRCONDITIONINO.REFRIGERATION HAROLD BIXLET HOME DELIVERYCALL ('lay County, Count INnirl ... IT PuniSh ilrertllahilon I'nll I ui .I1..h'p! "Cork a 1 Sal tiart nfII. I -.n I'i>,* Uprlnaa, Florida
Owner .* I'phol.terrr l tl in I I hou. In (Peace (Onv HfrlniiCUr N Y. aubdlvt.lon' of Id. Miulhal' AND ('opel '. rlorld. wltMnflrit II"1.1.15 c' TIU.ISHIIA.aT cc lb. t.., amllon IITownahtp .if w.." ,."" U.t. a .I.k. In t'Ian ills llm. nf th. first publicationf
HEATING SERVICE EDWIN BAiLEY 'In.. month. from II,. dsla .., 'h. ,I 1I..I".n.| TIc lilpardNW I Houth. liana* I* h scan'S c14euh' II' ,.., I'.'" Sits thla aolk.. Tn fopl* jf ...'"
. 4 ZII&."., or tll-JIII I pul'ltmllon of thli Htr.*l Kaat thy County, .ly. j T .4 K W llallroad. ten..k .latin or d.niaml dIsh h. fll.t,
Idlewlld Are. Phone 114-WI Son and I'phokterrr rn. H-rh rUIrn .r to sahingt..I. I) f In. north of a ad wlIMn 4* ,.., ,flu" cun NtI" 1\\ "..'.r' 51 In wrllinar. and .h.1 nlat. th.of .

Pint Office Box *7 E. A lll'MMEL: !>. In wrltln and muM .nllC"j of Ih. .*r u r Ii". nf IIU'. lloadHlll \\.l .till feet to, tk.. Ih.n ",iOue r.ahUnie. p.i.l-offlr.
Ih. |.l.c.* of re.ld.iM-. sot chAlf OifNTT FUHIIH Hiklbm 'II.'...... an,1,1I Nntlh II ....,... NIPS Oil f.l, .,1.1.... nf IK* ilalmant and
rphohtterer I yr*. offl.e ndilreM ci Ik* eUlnmnt ....11.." miMI l Illaht of .urve II". "b.Ig 4.serlbod cifusitswa h. 1115. 'h.. 0ilb II .I..r. .'hall h iwnrni t. 5, Ih. claim
!'p"o' .T''U'iO I and mu>l ha cworn In by She I May Pulp I...." M tit I ll..lsitu,. as II. wens !5. \Ka.l'llll ,..t lo ran .of *1'1 l Ins ", 5.555 a, ltSnOeV. set
ElECTRICAL claimant hi. suet, or nil .11.", itUIMTI' > ->VArThat tin. of Hxllvn II. Tcwnaklpfkiulh. e I II,... h lhn. Wl slung, run .11 .lId t'.s..u mnanld, k, a film

SIGN PAINTING ner ce It sIll l b.'ome void a>1 1r. I ,..." ..5 I.... II W,ih liana II PlieS: ., a |>,..lnlIII ha,. S In i.liu' '* *f Iwalnnina' ,if .... dollar' anil any .'irnclaim
F'RJSTIMATS ooordln to law 'III. I,nil T. ".11....hl" Park., aaubdltlalon IT lest north.rlr' from the .:.ntalnlna' tl a' '.. SuIt,Cs Cl l"a" iir d-mand list .t flU'l'
Mechanical .. h creditor thai) d.llveiyfflrl .f IK.' $.,uth,504Ii soSSh.nut fori.r' nf NWU ''| etc callus Idea part. .f I I..., II .h.1 I. v'.id'

AM. ,,ORK GUARANTEEDORANGE Atlas tleclrleal : .nl ....1',.. of hi. claim l. ,,,. Norlhw..l Siof Mid awllu II, run Norihli rinses hemS, 11.11. II. Town /I. Stash' (MVallhaw.
QUALITY csiI5., | Ih. ouBtr. Jade. tonoil HmlHin II. Town.hip' I SoilS, dar... II Ik' Steel llalll IMP t SuitS, ".... I* KatUlna i A. Admlnl.trairl. ,* af IT).
PII1KUVIIOLSTERY Compinye I 0". la earn ,....""., rei. liana* II I lk..t, thy .,""!' .t.*, I* Ik* m.rih.rlr' ..sIrsalncC II riht *f and within' UI I Fatal .if lobs Petesl..lolsa.4oe.sed
reaentallv ..1.1.ds. Irlni ...tll of and with Ih. ...! lln nf Hlotk III eel and t III ,." nf. and willie. .

PAINING \ do all trim tf electrical I'at.d l>.....mb.. II IlllTlir .In I* !..( "f lh. .\ rvy Una. nl i.f Flln I .*hlr'tl.rl; ... Pert I a.5ScoecInd I* idol ., a leSseeS' 4Mh enevap fi. i S'ublt.'itlus 0" J'nui' >yII
SIGN : "''''11I'1.N"TIONAI.' ChIC, Itoad SilL. ......""" I Is .. I, I'aa*. Inc alil ditch a..r.., It'*. Illl.
wlrlnr.RAY HANK or JACKtMiNVIIJ.KA ''' | Mid. mmd, ..... bln 4.. II, nulilu, >.e ril< ., C"lay Conn 4... '110." a* '.11.... I.It, II. II o II
Archie PadgettOn LEE; ; WARNER r.iM-utor nf in. I...l Will a.rlbd .. follow* l.alnnl4. *nIh. ly. Florid. al a point II less. .Is ,Sta Past IIn. n' .
W. rh.r
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Klnriley Are. Iiwt slurp nd TMtamcnt' of Th*...loro N IN..! II". lit ".. I.loo .11 .Worth f. lOtneutsinIsI ISIS rorner*er.. ".PO l,,.l I .In notion II. n.'n".j.I
JOS GtcnAenlnr Road Va<-. T.wnihlp' I eViulK, .1.."h.f. .. "1,""sIh. liana. II SasS I I IRrIOI ''r!
I I. .Iu'l of .1.11..
East of llwy. IT Owner and :\1anaerPhone cleat. publlratloa. o*' In t, lliv .. (sot *l a Mint til *T' '. or as. 41 i>*l *;ssih.rlp flue Ik. NF
I 1oi4 "II' ad
Orange Park. 11*. ., .fNMH sac.lWdgl ,'
from |''. .nitS'.ci' "" itt i|. rmnl 11 5. )
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/' lIT VIIKI' W 11111K, Vid IN riMCI'IT' ''1'"' Of
Ph. No. COngress 4-fJll Phone Z44-I11I 111-fttl I = .r.G ALoT'C.. I oJo **I4 'wllo* ."il$5'coIl .. .It. II''A.: 'III"1iI .M H.rllnn II.' run Ik.nw N.rlhII C.111 O'l'NTY FU>nil>Ai
I SC 4.are tl' II" PlieS 54511 .
Orange Park Fla. II l.'lk. I I" "crmT
Wn.Tlll"ll .. I '
I (Ml oorlh.rjr ''ii I. 555 b.stasial' . .1 a arv. N ITI*
TUB rinrriT, (stIlT or \ ..'.".1"* *f 115. w..t ( 11.5 ., 'nmoes's. SIS. , 5'. P11. Sn .h. ...hh 10..1". pLOSs. '. """ "
elAT (" i'NTT ru,'niUAIn .lineS. HI of ...11...*hl|. > rk.. SoulS pad. ..a.Is.r ear ., Is.Os . .. ,ui $554 11 '..'. .... ')1 A'I ?.",?.

CIIANCKItT .." I a* ,_P..... In IM.I. ,,"oki ....N........ ... .., ....... ....110&0.. ..........,.,.. ...,.'r :.; ..
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., HwlHiaj I, ISnail *' >k* WILLIAM If .iu'lm.
IDYA ID Sj I' KATItrr.IUNl"Moonr.: : I' alec f.;;:ir. P1514.. ;at a piles- M Kl. lkw. 'h'........ a Snail "."".. anal., I' ... .*
L"J\t-Si--SillF.flg; rtalnllff, .nk SIt f
I I ( It r.l .r.III'.U pvc Norlk al,,,*l Ik. r '*l.t* i 'Ii. II' II" dlaUeie S MirifR: OF niT
PS, i .., ,.."...,. linueidaiy af Ik. k *' *** slats ,... I* ,,,. ..ot *r sal..!
II lAIulIlpit I W. NWRlC" : I a. r*. mar to' l I... *..1".1'l .fiitiai nf Ih* M 'II''lk.l <54 : *>**II.H) ITuvnaklp ...". 'Sn ,,,.- ........ II. 4.. IllS STATS or rU>Hlt>A. .TOWilliam
NOTICE OF HUT |' IIT I'ANA P Tl'TIIIIA Kaal, 4l*. ef Illl Ices lieS 'lp Mini. ., .......1... .f Uural, llp
------. 0"IIIIIIATO' . . I pelts,, ..f h.alni.1.. ,....... dices! alive |ln.. Os ,.k**. .1|I o. ISiS im
- - TUB STATS ,... .*."..,... bidS. *(..* sail, ......." I 4. .*... ,* "" W..' 41 a>rln-fll.t, Ml.w. "e
FOR RENT S Bedroom .llarrlaoa. W,. Monr.... fleet pact ..r tk. KH. f ai)4afr. II*. a liaIse.. ., !.. 5, ., >*.*,.. *n"ih I ..**,..* Till' AMU IIRHCMT( NOTIFIKtla.I '
bedroom ,Pt.sI4.'w. ... ..4 po..t
FOR SALE T.. Street. Call I......L \II1H K TOI'' AIIR: nruoilf NnTI.rI'h.1 ; .11..1.|| usd.4' reid ..,.... ,... ,...... *o W..! tl* (*.1. M. "" W-l III f..l la Ik* end' 5 mil fll.d *.
II..... food ronditton. kitchen home, 27i Bayard -- _- a eels .... been rll... agelesS pSo 1' W.I n.e S "'..... I' I. II''.*. ,,,..,. .5l a>>.m I** ,..t. lk.ite* .. .Hi-.l *'.rk ...ll .lln. em an'S psi ad. ".,.., p..4. .
Jacksonville laa l*..l lbs f..l its Ik. Ml"l .' ,i.'Mn. 5 $15 acre. mica ..e I*** a.Ove n..n Uiallffa *
Taylor .
Marvin .nlltl 4 "Tr II'''"t .
la the tkot ram *** *
equipped oppomte Bennett &..11. 3 U tfc !' "tllI: CINCIIT (Oil? Or and ins r*. are h......' .......,... Idar .._a>...No i.S II II I 5c T.'.'.' .klp, ;t f....,k ...*I.."... (tin* _rk> *I4. *f ,, ,IH.I. .f ..I."** rn.,| ISiS .h... llama slid addr*.. .....,
RAymond ll .. 4af.naIf
I'nder read. and willIs f l SIc Serve t ..' b.mS. '.11' fill.,
School. !Ii""kgarae JIIIICI At CM. illneSs, w'4 ses4.4
TMK rolHTH >* SIpOS II.... M VeilS l
'. II... .' lcd* A" ..f *il. lIsa l ll' 5154.1.15 C Til. any U ISO. .f i..sphalel
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xml record header identifier 2009-02-24setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Clay County crescentClay County Crescentdc:subject Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )dc:description b 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).Oscar Johnson, editor.Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).dc:publisher The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.dc:date January 16, 1964dc:type Newspaperdc:format v. : ; 36 cm.dc:identifier (OCLC)000579539 (ALEPHBIBNUM)sn 95026712 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange ParkUnited States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs