The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
Place of Publication:
Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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January 23, 1964
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began July 15, 1927.
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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Greater Land ConservationSeen

Johns-Manville Moves

As A Matter of Fact By Large Landowners

I By Allen UsUnger. Ceinty S.ll Centervatlealet
I The Clay Soil Conservation district supervisor look for four Ahead With GCS Plans
principal agricultural trends In the future. They are:

1. A greater Uteresl among tarp landewaere and ealtteaun .
Total deposits In the county' three banks last year for the la the eennty toward peeper aunsgecasal ef
lint time rose above the $10 minion mart. The rise from land. This win ensue mere and hotter .eallty far
the end of 1.82 until the end of 193 was 13 per cent, almost eg. fer cattle a,Iaad game and a mace desirableaMe
twice the statewide average. cover for sell.S. I
Loans and discounts at the three banks rose an average of I Manufacture of Transite
A greater see ., C'outaillera." grass that will be
close to 26 per cent n. 11.e per cent throughout the state. This I
sprigged and harvested ... '"\'td. forage fee cattle
rise was led by the Bank of Oreen Cove Spring whose loansand
discount, reflecting the growth of Green Cove's economic daring the winter Pipe Explained by Officials
structure and confidence In the dynamic prospects of the community I S. A eenllnuatien and development ef the policy .(
rose 49 2 per cent secirlnt.eeds and plants from the Sell CenservaUen I ."
Plant for construction at Oretn Cove of a Johns MarpWer
According to Floyd Call executive vice president Florida Service Plant Material Centers, particularly where -
three chew e..neMle. value .. soil Improvement ereemervaUen 17,000 iquare-foot. multi-million dollar Trarulte ..bNtoe.eemft1&
Bankers Association, deposits now held by the states 3<5 commercial
bank total to $6.347 billion I agent and ... prevtde feed and river fer .. plant are. moving ahead on schedule highly-placed spokesmen for
the company In New York told the Crescent this week,
Mr Call said that In response to public demand for additional upland ( -. I v .. ..(.. ..
banking facilities 42 new bank opened last year One 4. An Increase In commercial early peach Uating ,.. .' The plant scheduled to employ 100 persons Immediately
of these, the Bank of Belle Glade headed by Ed McDaniel within the district M,6srdl ,' with .ultimate employment! goal of &00. represent a major
former president of the Bank of Orange Park reported total I At a meeting lilt week, the County Coniervstion Supervisors 'rv, eipanalon of Johns-Mtnvllle pipe manufacturing capacity,

deposits at the year end of close to $2 minion. reviewed the work of the put year. Supervisor are: Jack I \\'a.. In direct charge of the Oren Cove operation will be R, FOrth .

-*- "-. "" r"r...... .. Wilkinson, of Masvlllc chair- "';:;; : i"1'1 \ : senior operating vice president and general manager of
j man, R D Starling of Middlrburg the company's Pipe DlvUlon Mr Orth U also
Hunters took an estimated 95 deer, 50 turkeys and 34 bola ..... reaponalblc for
out of the Camp Blinding reservation daring the 1963-64 hunting v '! vice-chairman: R U the eotnllln,'! plans, policy and procedures Involving IU world
season, according to Brantley Ooodaon regional managerof . Saunders and Lawrence Murray I wide ales distribution network

the State Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission both of Orange Park and Mr Orth serves directly" under Clinton Brown Burnett, president
Blending and Oulf Hammock are the only areas In northeast J. P Hall, Jr The actual work I chief executive officer and a director of the company
Florida In which hogs have been declared game animals I 1, ,t of the district Is carried on byE which hs annual oleo In the neighborhood) of $400 million.

Quail and squirrel season will remain open through February.I 4 ,,. i D. McCall. County Agent I Johns Msnsvllle brian manufacturing a Hat, ubNtae cement
n, except In the management areas. All wildlife managementareas and by myself. I ,
board in 1904 for use at fireproof. protection beneath cars of the
In northeast Florida closed to hunting on January 5..1 I 1 The County Soil Conserve- Brooklyn Rapid Tranilt Company It was so successful In
Acids Osceola. Stelnhatchee, and Lake Butler areas will be tlon district comprising all I eliminating fires caused by sparks and short-clrculta on newly-
open for spring gobbler season from March 21 through April 12. 313.720 acres of Clay County electrified trains the company tamed the new product Trinalte'
-*- sou orianlied<< just U yean ago after the transit company It first served

The most complete roundup of economic statistics for Florida Of the county total acreage Traiulte was soon bring widely used as a atructural building
since 1958 will be provided by the 1963 censuses of business, 366321 acres ire. classified at board. A* the fClllt of iteel bu.ldtngs: Increased a new demand
manufacturer, and mineral Industries being conducted by the agricultural land, I drvrloiipd for a roofing material capable of supporting limit
V. S. Department of Commerce's Bureau Of the Census I The duties of the supervisor on wide spans, Johns Msnville, by natural evolution developed
In the 1951 Industrial census the total value added by manufacture who are elected are to coordinate CUatoa Brews) Paraetl. president, chief eiceaUv* ef fleer Trarulte In corrugated form \to fill these needs Around 19 JI
In Florida was tl.4 billion, with food and kindred products and assist In the conienra. aid a theta ef the worldwide Jehns-MaavUlc Cerrwralien the company began manufacturing Transite In 3S Inch cor
accounting for $320 million Other major Industry group lion and development of the which has anne->need plane U build a malU-mllUen dolor rotated iltret These corrugated Transite sheet were effective
Included chemicals and allied produce: paper and allied pro dUtrlct'i land and water re. TraMlte pipe maaafactering plant al the Isis seeekn..f on root span up to 41 Inches long,
ducts; stone, clay and glass products: fabricated metal products -. Mr. Lastlnger tourcea We are alto charged highway 1$ end 17, just teeth ef Gees Cove.R. As steel building construction touts kept. rUlng. contractors
and printing and publication A Census Bureau sample I with providing protection for our forest and wildlife, and to found It economical to Increase steel span itlll further JohnaManvlll >
survey for 1963 Indicates the total "value added by manufacture safeguard these useful resource for a greater net Income for kept. pace with these new Industrial requirement by
In Florida' had risen by 47$ per cent to more than $3 billion. future generation developing, stronger Trarwlte sheet In 1139 with a 42Inchoorruu

During the same period the U 6 tot.alroM) 36 7 per cent. I! The proper use and protection of these valuable resource .tun that was effective on spans a* great as four feet.
Most valuable product on the U.0 list of manufacture In I present many problems some of which are: excessive coll motsI ail Inches" This corrugated Transit product U Mull In wide
Florida Territory were ships and vessel worth $14.100; carriages I ture In some arras, unfavorable soil conditions prevail la most demand today, having withstood rigorous teat.lln all the Inter*
gal -... vacant worth tl 1.000; and tobacco product valued at of the district the lack of interest In the cone nallori'ct these tuning yean

$1 .4M. .'. . ,. J'IIIOUI'CM'among some of the popiu Uap.'oL the."' & \he '. The performance and excellent service record of Transit InboUv
I coonomlo condition that prevails among some of t.hf'knd .I flat and corrugated form with its established corrosionrcatotajlt .
I owners, the lack of the general public to understand the value cualltle* Inherenl In the raw material from whJa '
Canal Authority Says I I and Importance of conservation of these resources for present II to manufactured made II a natural material for the rotted I i I
and future generations service required ef underground taping or Industrial ttrie*. 1
I This county has never grown a Urge variety of crops though j John. "."YUI. began producing Trcnalle In eyUndrtcsl tubular "
It has potentialities in this field The main cultivated crops are form In 1929 to ..,.It. title type. ., industrial need
Green Cove Must Work cabbage. and other broad leaf vegetables A few farmer produce A* In rial cr corrugated Tranall. three bolo. Ingredient an ,
I bulbs and Do*en. The trend for the future Indicates used In manufacture ef Trarwlt' pip*. Thaw are aabntuafiben
more acre will be devoted to the production of Improved' pastures Hronrer than many, type of steel wire cemenl and silanu
To Get Canal TrafficIt ai dairies are bring moved from Duval Into this county They art consolidated under pressure to torn a pipe wall ef'
I where the land is INS expensive. More Interest has been' dense, uniform and homoiemiu* tructur After the pipe I
shown this year and we are sure It will continue In 1164 In the .. formed II la subjMled to air end steam rurlng peace**. 1
will be necessary for the City of preen Con to "activelypursue" production and harvesting of Coastal Bermuda grass to provide The steam curing contribute much to the stability and' f'
any of the traffic coming out of the projected Croat winter feed for cattle At the present time, there are seven structural Wooly of the pip. Under aellon of hlgttprenMresteam / I
Florida Barge Canal. Col. Oile Evan, manager of the Florida dairies located\ the county with a mllkcow population of over' In teald cMtoclave. Tranatw, aseuene* a new chemical
Canal Authority told The Crescent this week. j MOO head producing More forest products will be producedon '? MertUly The sulea In II* compwIUon unJU themkallr. with iCha .
President Lyndon B. Johnson has been Invited to attend .leas acres In the future according to the florid forest II s_i& w the free lime wdlnaiUy BMoelated with ......n' product and
ground breaking ceremonies to be held In the near future Col.Evans Service which states that pine seedlings are bring art In the rviiverl II Into highly "itsbl ralclum sllieale*, A* a result
said He ha not yet answered the Invitation. | district at a n"01" between nine and ten thousand acres I led. cured TrarMlt pipe to unusually reeislanl to corrosive
Cot\ Evans laid the canal to cost approximately $1M million annually attack br acid. erMmkak or fume throughout" IU entire
to scheduled to be opened for traffic In about 1970 The Congress The soil conservation district luprrvUors have secured the r structure,, A curlew .b.inkal) .d' to Uial the finished pip,
has appropriated\ already 11.000.000 toward It* construction. The service of a trained technician through the Moll Conservation A welsh piece than It* criminal Iryr.diM.1M thuc gains added
federal government I Ie to pay $14$ 3 minion of the total cost of teals to assist landowner In combating the problems In the strength t
construction while the state win pay $131 minion I I protection and conservation of three natural resource In the Since Tianalte was flrit' produced. tn tubslatmm/ In JIM. //i
Bids have been asked for two preliminary move toward eon-r district. His services may be secured' through the fell Coneeiva. many thauiand of miU ef Transit. pipe have been Installed
stnicUoa of the canal Bid are to be opened Feb>> 4 to dredge[. lion Bupervtear, In the United liaise end Canada for we a* water and vewer
r Orth. sealer stay vies allot| end
>e general
mile of the channel of the flt John opposite Seven Stater. Your supervisor are mindful of the Importance of the Jofe epe p main, Irrigation and Industrial. pip knee, building sewer pipe.
f the alp dlvWn ef the wow ale
Island approximately M river KtVw south of Palatka. The contractor entrusted U them by the landowner of the district The eon auaafvr psay .telepheeie and electrical MnduN. all etwttUavtln and ether
last rear were $ltU aWltk**. In hi* eapeetly a. ge seal
wbo Is awarded thl contract win have sU monU to] 'IICY. rents. flue and ..." .. j
(Continued on Ate Two) manager ef Ihe pic dlva-ten. Mr. Orth wll have dtreelMS
dredge the channeL In leeytn, peso ..0. ever tmreastad demcixtc by Industry
rrMa ef the Grevn Ceve egweaiten.
Bid wUl be opened Feb 6 for wanton wont approximately "home- farm and. thouea/Ml ef mttAklDaimee. Juhnc-htanvill
its moo la length extending from a point three QIIII'Wn of a I eipanOd' tie Transit' pip BMnu/aeturtng faelllllce to
mil west ef the river te the Oklawah River which Is te forma Hospital To Seek seven brstioM In the United. Plates and Canada tiraltoettyptaeed

Integral part of the canal The canal to to enter the X-. A Of Silence to spud Ottverie and kp sKlpeta cede Own
John approatmetely M river mOe south ef ....eb. Century 'In addition to Ih newest JoMre ManvUI Trestle pipe plant.
Pointing eut that both Jacksonville and Palatka ..... a* of a& D-ntoon.Tease. ether fMlorkc are .In production al Marrero. KUMklanat
BW, better able le compete for canal enetnse. than U Oran Expansion Funds Hew Jersey; BUM ton, CaDfernia; Walton, f JCanfeenk
tan,. Col Evans said the Ores Cove Industrial park ha And Then. ,, Wauttgsn. lUnola and Toronto, Canada. '
"great potential" a* far as the anUdpaied canal traffic to . The JAn Manna pip ttvtaien. whkh operates the Amcrt.
qrerted. can plant. .to "" ..... al the. ee-Aeeny'e research and engtAenng -
Cot Evan said he did not know whether Ute present docking day Manorial Hospital' should begin al enr to risk IUB- LM Mand Mutlef. who use born Into the eUange. client, center ., *. ,... Jeriey, The* are the .largeetfMllitkn
facUtUea at the part would be ad...... far canal traffic. ... Burton fends for an eipenston program. R. U Kledalk. admlntotrator. wail ef a Oaf mute poMialy lit years .... died .Uel mday ef their kind to the wield. deeMed to building ....,.
iipiieaid some doubt the present piere are MffldenUy heavy told meenhm ef the IU tul! Authority at thru annual In a four-ream how whkh she otctnrted with the tl ether Isle InaulnUen. a..lMelo smr4 pipe, and allied Indtvlriaf
.. support. a railroad .pow., meeting last we**. ..,...* he cheriehed above everything ke. en earth. I.I .... rU A.IYIIftIS...... cf" mdiwtrial research MleaUU
--- Mr. yOeddk. who submitted. his reefenaUon ceveral Month lie en really knew she w held law Mend. Mefcley *a*. I ... ...1\IIIIrt.anI1I' tarvUnUt seiw.W there. In e-ekrnd new
1 age, ha* agre-d to remain to hu matuen until *....*iracceptable The etgt .language she and fee ...r. *.** *...., spufc. to KMnk war* le awpret and nee n.... .pit, TIay have al thttr dlpueal *- j
Thicc Corporations I- to the Authority can to found" I .., with when. the tv.... was a gMcein* game. Her ...... /amysdy cejulpv-d' Trandt pipe. Mto4 plant wneroj,
; jaoun that *1M prwpect af enummg necessary JaIl....,.. Mrs lames ....u.. the wtf ef $ ..... dairy ....,. . the latest (mprevementc developed and ftorytotld tofotgbeintr II''
fund for evpancJan pwrpeae. may not be toe enwvraglod to- Bree he wed the d..h4-r ., an early Baker tautly ... put kit frodttttbHt. al. |She wren eperatlng focaUon
Chane red In CountyJames sew ef cor eccupenry rale $1 per cent af the effklaJ todcapartty The shrruT cf fke. In Mamlmney Ihle week scald neither ..n.I' In maMtfaetuf* ef Tr.....&. plo.. aehratoe. fares cf ,vrto-
I 3S bdl," Mr, rid the Anthem, shmMicsaminm Orni Mtf dent K. MM Me*>ky and h-r .....,. Mr. fMttttnether g ad-4 are Mkcted. and blmOd. Then tn predetermined] prnportten .. i '
batn cwtiAg ...bat an early date M bs- ...w n.d end bua UrN .head and ...* Mpg with *. Ih *...|M fib,. arc staid with eetMftl and gUi_ /I
E. Ten.*. .Orangt !I I AnoUnr Orange Art Arm oVaUon are that some tntfurtri will mlgraU to thto aren andvrtfl theu hand kngtoatlng. they ivmtmtove4 Tana-e Nap, eemcnfto Cncnch waUr. to ...... to dkvr.* sloe fibre nnUermly lhreu > I
Park a&&onw1.ra6Wt noon. chartered by Mr resaOS to .tarreaMd Fao atesm: further, M can be a.d thru hM *>../ Meeslwwy. By Ih-ae came, bwnaet. ..... seA Ihe .....*.. f I
for ,...... to the Oran*< Adam* nflto to AtauOe )*nchtec '' that to the event KrS-B........ ftend Bald to. iraAahle thto they ..*. Mrs marsh that al Ih d-ath cf thetr father, Ihettcavwul This Mi... *r htrry, a* M to afl-d. ftowe bent a &

Part Tan Cemeilsilcn.* Ners. whkh sod deal to'.1' pear, iimiliUeet af Ihe entire prefect ..... not to on ef the tBccrperator ttWwtc real.) ...... and eMMtrartton IH4U !.*> fleet *.... to knd M Ihnaeshe*. werkfr* fkld. slf. |'en a triad. emfl-e fett ...... The me-ln f...M garrto If In
........ tocv, a compto Harp s ateic are: lUll mneflVUhaaa the hHtxur five ef .one jM. And.. h-h> |, e>
yean eor't.oet ih* pee" cent ef *enspanry IM ihry *e r spa rttini.. aver .... -. ehanitor which reme-ej mean gad*.
.. .
ear daM P. UcKhmry and IU- lam risen from 13 per seal to dot to M p-r cent Las PVHBI the Ire the ea a chOd ntd 19 year .... when LettMid ..... The cautere to Irancferred. to n revUvlog' .*.*| saandrcl.B '
.opswsaeL a.ea.ewa wshag soy Ckrder. The eorperaOanj Ncr. tn lie ... ..... the total a-aeiiir ef c"'*vU-n* ,.- .. *1 only ..... Me**) marri-d J*Me sV-Jth. toe knew. >re the meting bwild 19 cenUfMely. waist \\.1
WIllIOIW sbaneed Y.S cwt to *.....,*-. 9f chare ef cenv I farmed CMM-aOy ha /op!4 frn I$4 to hM The hMf4urtreaidar .i Men*. rw James ...... thvr wed flrct a -4h-r4n .Iwo, .heavy, hydraedkaJty loaded seller* whkh ceeaprw preamrg|II buts nf! ": "

M 8eenlegy of 81.qTM men Mast rah a $11 par ..... cuff new >ee iprt. j> ene Mr*.... lw. general then ht wU '. aM.. then crw. See Ihr-e nww *t.M ihDdren. ...... .......... ..,...,.. ctrl,
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(Clay County Crescent(

by DUNCAN CRONEB By George M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra L. Reese

Is there an autograph collector In the house I The forthcoming Florida some 5,000 4-H Club memben

The VulturesA As the political season progresses, I keep wishing, a* I have State Fair at Tampa, which from all over the state for I
Roosting wished before, that I might somehow generate some Interest In will run from Feb. 4 through morning meeting and program ; ,
the signatures of the great and near-great. :i the 18th, offers several areu Highlight of Uie-program will ;r." i ti )
'flock of international birds are coming home to roost, and Every day now, Richard Sapp delivers to me a letter from of 4-H Club participation for be the presentation of certificates I f' '

their roosting place is the Pennsylvania Avenue residence of some political hopeful that begins "Dear Dune. It i 11 signedby Clay County 4-H'ers. to an outsandlng 4H
Lyndon B. Johnson. So deadly are some of them, they could Bubba or Sonny or Tom or Dick or Harry.I I I I The Florida Fat Stock Show Club boy and girl from

end by driving the President from his new home. don't mean to imply, or I don't want it Inferred that all the the largest fat steer show In county. Day County will s ,
The situation In Panama Is getting worse, not better. The e'C"1 :rr.-'
Florida, will take
candidates to succeed Farm Bryant and all the people running I place during represented at this event.
categorical demands of the Panamanians that the canal be 1
for the countless other public offices that will be up for the opening four days of th 4-H land and vegetable
handed over to them hu elicited In Washington a lot of bIle, I
i fair. Carol and Edwin
grabs in the coming months are my intimates Actually I dontknow Baker ing training sessions will begin
and no action. It Is almost exactly parallel to the situation any of them. It is just the patois of politic If a political 14-H Club member from Key at our County Agricultural Extension \
feiveral years ago when Abdel Oamel Nasser moved to take over candidate call any old editor of any old paper by his first name atone, will\ exhibit Angus steers I office, Courthouse Annex .
the Suez Canal At that time, Britain Prance and Israel aent
and signs it Bubba or Sonny he figures he' taken you into camp I I at this show. These two club Idlewlld Avenue, next I
forces to crush Nasser. They were withdrawn
expeditionary members have '
exhibited for week,
> I Monday and Tuesday
John Dulles It .u I drop these over-friendly) missives Into the waste basket
at the llth hour when Foster protested wasn'tsporting.
I I put several years and they the 27th and 28th, the session I
The reiults are well known. day after day, I am always confronted with the terrible questionof
will be shooting for the top I will begin at 3:30: In the after I
The so-called<< Republic of Panama, which emerged from the whether I am throwing away history. A "friend" keeps the grand champion tteer.I be'''
These sessions will
telling me he I Is the only man In the county who can walk
Dark Ages when the United States built the Panama Canal la, '
I I I The State
Boys' and Girls'i devoted to the baste concept
on the word of all those who should know, deeply Infiltrated by Into the governor' office, If I throw away the wrong letters ,
HI Club 1j"
i I I Council will hold ai of each area. Any 4-H Club
and forget the governor's nickname I forever
Communists. Controlled by a Communist government, the may remain ,
I II' i two-day meeting the last wot member who Is Interested li "
with the rest of the I notbe w
Panama Canal could very easily be another Inland waterwayof county may able to get In any
days of the fair, Eddie Taylor Invited to come over and take:
better than else
the Soviet Union. And the silliest proposal yet advanced was anyone except my "frf9d"This j
of Oreen Cove will\
representthe part in the sessions. Again, a .
last week put forward by one of Florida's United States senators, I' is not a hew 'problem. I once had a great aunt who
county and 4-H Club District reminder that 4-H Club girl
who said, In effect, give them the canal and well build another slipped a cog In the upper story when she was past 80 anddidn't
one. give up the ghost until she wa* 99. In the intervening V at the meeting.! are eligible to compete in the Mayor Edward B. Taylor, of Green Cove (IL), Is shown
Saturday morning of the 15th State 4-H Vegetable Judging
In South Vietnam, we are losing the war. American are year, the made a career of sorting and resorting a small mountain I has been pmentlng a proclamatoln U Frank Harrington. Green
dying at the hands of communist-trained guerillas, directed I I of dirty old letters in a trunk In her bedroom. She would at named 4-H Club Day n contest this year We are look Cove Jaycee vice president, designating this week as "Jaue ,-

from Moscow A pull-out there by U. 8. forces would not only I stalk out at 7 o'clock every evening resplendant in an evening day the will\ The the feature of thl II, ing forward to having a turnout Week" The Green Core organization will have Its
assembling of for these training sessions
be humiliating; It would be disastrous all over Southeast Asia gown fashioned half a century before. And In her drawing room annual Distinguished Service Award dinner at 7 o'clock
as far as the American "Image" 1s concerned. Who else in that she wa fed a toddy and a five-course: dinner by her ancient -- I this evening In the Elks Ledge Slate Rep. Bill Btsuford,

area, or in Africa, will ever again trust the Invulnerability of I retainer. The only flaw was that her hand looked as If she had j Land Conservation of Duval County, will be' the principal speaker The Jaycee
American military aid! been mining coal all day I used to wonder what was In those . I will present to one of the city's young leader its award for

In the brand new "republic" of Zanzibar, the chief of tate is letters that so deeply fascinated her distinguished service U the community

sending muh-notes to M. Khrushchev, saying that democracyis When the old girl was finally gathered unto her father, I (Continued from Page One) I CKUCINT PHOTO sv SINI KOlA

about to be buried. This 1s a statement that has long beena laid hands on that trunk, more from curiosity than anything I servatlon and protection of these natural resources\ are too ----- -
favorite of the Soviet dictator and was very probably penned else It was full of holographic letters from Robert Edward Lee great an undertaking for the supervisors or any other group or

by K's chief speech- writer I and others, to my great grandfather, They were not very agency to accomplish alone If the problems are to be solved\
Certainly, no one In this country can take consolation fascinating or of any historic value, being concerned mostly It will require the full cooperation of all the agencies, groups ''Assistant Public Defender

the situation In Cuba which the Soviet Union has now from I with the weather and the state of their wives health. I realized I and individuals in the district The agencies, groups and ind'vlduals I I

mitted Itself to defend The American government lied to that the old lady had been shoring up the put, In which she who have assisted the district in carrying out our program -
American people about the situation In Cuba at the time of the dwelt, and I gave them to the university to which I had gone of work this year are: the Board of County Commissioner Explains Duties of Office

recent missile crisis there. Cuban exiles say Soviet missiles are and which bore Lee's name who provided office space and facilities for the district's personnel ,

still there. There U no reason to suppose they were all shipped How, now, can I shore up today and tomorrow Must I file I and also provided money to operate the office; E. D. j I I I Everett Richardson assistant i and the consequent dlf-
back to the USSR. these letters, all of them, and wait to lee which one of them I II McCall, County Agent, who has served as secretary to the Boardof public defender for this judicial leases'' of reassembling witnesses
For himself, Khrushchev has quit banging tables with his signed by one of the nation' immortal T Supervisors, and his staff; St. Regis Paper Co.; Elbert Saun- circuit, told members of prisoners are being freed

shoe. He has learned something of public relations. He probably The lure of politic, and the power that accrues therefrom, I dera, George Wise, Jennings Murrhee and 8. M. Thrift! the the Oreen Cove Methodist on their petitions for a new
knows more about the deceased Monroe Doctrine than produce strange and wonderful manifestations The sectional banks of Oreen Cove Springs, Keystone\ ) Height and Orange Men's Club last Thursday night trial. He said six or eight men
Balnes Johnson The doctrine said the United State Park; the Florida Forest Service; and the schools in the I
Lyndon variations are even more marvelous Calvin Coolidge, the turgid county\ I that approximately half the doing life sentences at Ral
would not tolerate the foreign seizure of any part of the Western Vermonter, used to woo votes, or *o, presumably, he thought, by I The district assisted several cooperators to secure 1235 pound men in the Ralford system of ford had never had counsel
hemisphere. It doe not or did not, say a nation of the Western bedecking: himself In the tribal feather of assorted Indian of teed from the Fish and Wildlife Service to make plantings prisons year ago did not have I at their trials

hemisphere could be seized by natives (T) who were acting on tribes During the presidency of Cal his picture Just\ wasn't I to provide food for wildlife In the district. The seed of five new the advice of an attorney from I I "With the creation of the office

orders from Moscow.So worth printing unless he was depicted stuffed and uncomfortable plant to provide food for wildlife were secured from the Soil the time of their arrest until of public defender. he
In the face of Khrushchev's smiles and blandishments, looking into a mall of featheri. Poor old Hoover never stoopedto Conservation) Service Plant Material Centers and furnished their sentencing. said, "there is now In a felony
the American government Is busy selling agricultural commodities politics, though occasionally a photographer found him Interested cooperators In the district at no charge Seven lakes I The system of public defend' trial a prosecution and a de
to the Soviet Union , and rationalizing Soviet-directed: casting a line Into the muddy water of the Rapldan. Truman, I and ponds In the district were stocked with 8.400 blueglll, shell I era In Florida grew out of ,I tense It used to be, in the
locally sponsored revolutions in Central and South America a mid-westerner, solicited votes by his aharp-tongued candor! If crackers bass and catfish which were secured: from the Fish United States Supreme! Court case of Indigent, only prosecutor
Add to all this one other small Item: Charles de Oaulle, who he was not upbraiding some music critic who didn't think Mar and Wildlife Service at Welaka fo rcooperator In the district ruling In the so-called: Gldeor : *,"

has more right than Louis XIV ever had to say "L'etat c'estl garet' voice wa up to the standards of the Metropolitan, he at no charge The district personnel assisted 25 new cooper- case in which the court held There are II public defenders
mol," la about to hand to the United States It* supreme come I store for the first time In preparing farm I
was firing old Douglas MacArthur And MacArthur the Army plans on their fsrms. that Indigent must have the in the state. The Jacksonville '
uppance. He's about to recognize Communlat China. We have brat with delusion of Virginian blueblood, ran for office (no'' The acreage on these farm was 25,543 acres. Basic plane were advice and counsel of a qualified office has a public defend
treated him, for years, u If he were an Idiot, and we get whatwe prepared on 21 farm comprising more than 2,000 .
one knows which) by playing the embattled martyr Lyndon aer Farmen attorney when they stand er and six assistants. AccordIng -
asked for. I Johnson seem to lean to klMlng. Indeed, within the brief tenure : and ranchers made 272 request for assistance with their trial on a felony charge I to Mr. Richardson his of
The trouble with all this U that the Republicans who would of his presidency, Mr. Johnson ha kissed more aaaorted women I' conservation problems on their farms and ranches during the Mr Richardson said that due fice will\ defend 1500-2000 In'digents

like to succeed Mr. Johnson are talking, montly, as If the year and babies than got kissed during the long reign of Don Crump .year. to the passage of time In some I In the coming year
were IfOO. Senator Ooldwater is running, not against Lyndon of Tennessee, II
Johnson but against William McKinley . and calling him I L
I have never been kissed by a president, or even a presidential ,
a radical, Nelson Rockefeller ls me-toolng Johnson. The men candidate It Is a miserable feeling, and without It one doesn't

In the Republican party who should be speaking out are strangely know where to go . electorally, I mean. When I was nine
silent And the birds, or vultures, which we created say building I the wife of a president told me I must be a nice little schoolboy
up a situation that 1s as highly flammable as any that has and she patted me on the head Nothing has happened\ on
existed In nearly two dwadea.Gutters I head since then. I
But console. myself that these letter are the next best thingto The Bank of Green Cove Springs

a real bum. "Drar Dune" they say, "It I 11 only after the most

tn tit Hititor out-searching consideration and the most painful prodding by
the thoughtful element that I have resigned myself to running I

f I II Indeed, I am persuaded they continue, "that It would be un-
To The Clay County Crescent; assume the Florida Ills; American If I failed to heed this call. I am therefore announcing

It may not have been Jour School Activities Association U my candidacy , I I
Intention to overplay Coach concerned with the student There ls a dreadful sameness. about all these letters. The
Neely and the Clay High basketball welfare However, I don't re* filing system at The Crescent Is limited I am unsettled by
team walking off the call them trying to protect th'l each of them. Must I file them all and wait until the election

court; however, I can assure students Interests by prpv.IIL'1 are. over, so that I too may walk Into the governor's office and
you of one thing! you sure ing the recent legislature from say "Hello Dubba, this Is Dune" I II I
aren't guilty of underplaying passing a three per cent tax1 1 cannot guess mho will be elected

It. on ticket to high school eth It Is encouraging each morning as I .waken to remember to REPAIR
I do not doubt Coach Neely Idle events, | tlwre'll be a letter I should shore up the future so 1 can walk
made a mistake In leaving the The general theme seems U1 Into the governor's office and say "Hello. Bonny, this is Dune." I I
court but frankly I admire hit be, now, how ran we give them I That would make two of us who could walk In. IMPROVE
gut In standing by his convictions Ira for muss 1 j -

That seems to be a personally, favor not takings! -Johns- I
lot more than ran be said for an unfair advantage of school Manville MODERNIZEyour

the referee if they let a |>artl. children and I say, please. IrVi',,, .
san crowd Influence their performance let them enjoy! their 1
'I .hoo't, (Continued !front Page One) I
'i, years and start fleecing them HOME
I feel sure the Florida High juat as soon aa they join the different sirentin, dl'lIt'ndllIUlOn\ the purpose for which
School Activille AMorlallon adult world I; manufactured! Sonic pipe sections are available/ In half quarter
ran have a ball sitting In Judgment I' and one third lengths, drixMviliu on the particular kind of
As for Coach Neely' mistake
on poor little frrehmap, \pipe This give users great flexibility of choice
I still don't think It
Coach Neely, and while they was aj' Mont water and sewer pit**) and many industrial tines and
are about It I would like U front pan mlalak.a.; ."" electrical conduit for distribution of power are burled underground HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
paragraph In the back ,
l page
recommend they Investigate the here they are Immediately subjected to ho l type of
and a little paragraph at that corrosive attackchemical and electrolytic Chemical fOl'1'OatonII
the game.performance If they find during they Sometime, I feel a1 Clay llleU > caused by acids and salts encountered in th' soil plectra F.H.A. TITLE 1
stealing s Navy <1II1I1" "Join
Oldn't call them the way they rlM-mlcal corrosion an eitreniely canopies prunes ttmllar to
MW them, then they should the Clay High C'oarhlr8tall action that takes place In a dry cell battery occur in metallic LOAM IP TO 13.3N'N.- I TEAM TO REFATNEED

take the pea out of their little and Trawl I pip when Installed underground Trestle pU*. being noiv I I -
whist and tend them packing George Wwka metallic, doN nut conduct electricity and Is Immune to ,ll'droI
- _-._ -- -----1 chemical corrosion and Is highly resistant to other type of ANOTHER ROOM?

A Century Of Silence. . I In addition to IU huh resistance to ordinary corrosion Transit I MED!' A CAR PORT HOl'SC MED PAINTING'
pipe has an added *d\r lt. of hUh flow capacity because

,-Continued from Page One) of IU permanently smooth interior surface. Liquids and gases I IF SO, STOP BY THE BANK AND SEE OUR
flow easily with a minimum of friction permitting high carrying
Lou Minds got a 1100 life Insurance. policy. No one
knots where or who paid for It. It helped to bury Lou Mandaamong I rapacity- -and- tow pumping\ ml - --- - - I LOAN DEPARTMENT OR CALL 284-3650
her people In North Prong cemetery, JO miles fromUacclenney I
last Sunday The 170 a month In old age assistance
Lou Uanda got hkh supplemented Smith meagre ... OR CO 4-9583 FOR INFORMATIONThe

died<< with. her. Her sister Nn. Hattie Stratton. 'ho 'ft'l L
nothUug about the cost of feeding II, was said to be JytNEW AND USED CARS

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League will hold I Its annual lor Woman Club will hold a PARIS"
election* at a meeting In 1U Valentine Day dance on Fri starring Gary Crosby
building at < o'clock Thursday -day evening February 14, al
FrbOeorge, 6. the V I,, A. building. "KIN' MOM soil Tt'M!
I I The dance will be semi form January l/, SI and tl
Doyle, who has I served al with music provided by i I Earl: lime,. tt years old. of a tmall ditch Inside the track and then the RAMPAOfc";
as chairman of the league called The PulAIITIC'k
local band Green Cove, narrowly etrapH death late tar atalled Hearing the train approaching, I storing Robert Mltchum
I has Indicated that for reasons ,.,'tll be available next I
At the BPO Does Inatallatlon of officer Green Cove of health he .'lll be unable" Userve I rid*? when the car In which\ h* was rt h. led the car According lo sherifri
members of tilt .
Springs Drove No. lit. on Jan. 4lh, the appointive officers another year week" from turning from a hunting trip was Itr.tkand deputies, the car was dragged nearly a halfa Mil: TllliRI and FRI
Installed were, !left to rliht: Jean nicacnhofcr, color I I Junior Woman Club. drmolUhrd by an Atlantis! (oatt Line mile, lleney, "ho U rmployed at NA4. U January tt. JI and II .,
bearer to lint counseloranda; Novak, color bearer t* In a plea for additional members Rail$ Read train oppo.ll the Magnolia the father of two children. III father W, P I "T\\IUGIIT or HONOR"
president) Mandy Rogers, chaplain; Dawn McCormltk. the league has called on' !MARllll'ANAMarihuana Springs apartmenta According to lie henry, operates' the Uevtern Auto Aatorl. starringItlchard
attendant to junior counselor; Jennie unwell musician all residents of Doctors Inlet henry. the rear wheels of the car .tuk In ale Store. In (tree Cove, Chamberlain
and fIma Lusson, attendant U president.CLEANERS. I It to join the league Annual, or hemp plant COIKINT Puotto at GIMI KOlA
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erected in the near future on Illicit trade. and is sometimes
1I land adjoining the l league offered on street by peddlers
building, Ladles of the league I Marihuana cigarettes art
offer their services for enter\ sometimes called Weed of Insanity APPRECIATION 5
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I Mrs. James Dobson was In- His First Bobcat
stalled last Sunday as president !-

Plans Mardi GrasThe of the Episcopal Church old Edward
Fifteen year
Women of St. Mary's Church (
hut neck bagged, I ,
SummenlU '
Oreen Cove
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Mardi aria Festival responsibilities of the sponsors Mrs, Dobson and other new hi* first bobcat ) "" '

sponsored by the Band Association -I I are to display a container for I officers were presented for installation Eddie, the son at the Rev ..:.<\ }" ::. jMi"r
of the Orange Park High" penny votes for their candidates f : ) { .
by the retiring president -
and Robert '
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School will be held this :rear! and to provide a car 01 Mrs Mertle LeClaire ''a backto >X tJ" ; .i ;J
walking '
Pickle, were .
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candidate to ,
for their
on Saturday, February 29 float I
Others Installed were: Mrs Mow Av their Penney Farms borne
As usual, local businesses art I I ride In the parade Oeorgle L Pool, vice president; I, when they potted the cat on a Putting Poochin
being asked to sponsor candidates Mrs A. L. Jacobsen, Mard'' I Mrs John J. Pulllam secretary bridge over Black Creek. I the Picture
for King and Queen ol Oral chairman, urges all local and Mrs Richard B Lot h ,
/I I r Dogs always seem to strike the
Mirth to be chosen from among merchant to participate by entering tin, treasurer I Eddie first shot from a best poses when you don't have a
the residents of the floats in the parade I - -- I 410-gauge shotgun woundedthe camera handy But It's not necessary
Orange Park area, and King which Is scheduled for 2 fI )' clowns. animal and he fell In the to turn. your living room
and Queen of the Mardi Oral I clock Awards will be given will creek It took two more to, kill Into a full time photo! studio to
Also in the
riding parade get good quality photos In
chosen from the students of for the best floats decorated be last years King and Queen, him. | rt.: an elaborate -
Orange Park High The only bicycles, horseback riders and I .t1 setup
of John Nelson and
I Eddie ran home and asked f would prob-
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I Ieft Mrs Shirley Murphy, and the his father whether or not it 0 r ably be eonf us-
King and Queen of the Mardi was against the law to shoot a t l" ing to both pet
Oras, Morris Weaver and Judy r r t bobcat When he discovered h/1' '? and picture
1 I taker
"Accentuate. the Pocillee"Get Frisbee Following the parade had not broken the taw he told, K "A'UlllalapprfJuh
eft there will be carnival booth [ Mi father the story. I Is
with food and lames at the best, unless your dog is a pedigreed
Bank of Orange Park parking of the Orange Park Balden bangh, B. VMIford Row ti Coach Jones I A wash tub was rigged with I pooch who just walked off
a great big piece of good, shady, country land lot. I junior varsity basketball team, pictured L. Gay, L. Green R. Chester, T Prlee P. two tire tubes to make a creek with a blue ribbon* says CIar
above left enc C. Fawcett of the Purina
right row It 8 Phillips B llansen, and D. SewelL
With the old swimming hole nearby The festival will dose In the Mldgett, L Eulenfleld O. Al. going craft and the cat war Dog Cart Center* St. Louis Mo.
managers .
evening at Orange Park High ; Staff Photo by Gene Kora) towed ashore His head Is beIng A little preparation Is necessary .
Tracts from $575. Easy terms. I -- -- -- however, \because dogs _
up. School with a costume ball at CHURCH HOLDS :year trms are: James E-p mounted. I
will '
See Us for your Real Estate Needs which time the new Kings and ANNUAL MEETING |I Yonge JAYCEES SPONSOR specially grow' restless pups while- yon probably re reading ,

Queens will\ be crowned. The annual meeting of theI Jr. : the light meter and setting:
S. E. McKAY' their predecessors I Orace Episcopal Church was A. DRIVING RODEO IDEFECiS lens openings and:shutter speeds
I I I P Rght BIRTH It's a good idea to do these things
Prizes will\ be given for the held on January 16 ,I Ham I Orange Park Jaycees during a dry- run. Then talc
Keyeloae Height MUM 471.4816) belt and moot original costumes The five vestrymen electedat A again sponsor a Teenage breather before tho real thing-.a
at the ball\. - this meeting to serve three ceded Rodeo at the Orange Indoors or out, a general rule
- I High School on Feb 1 1st Dark dogs against \light back
; dark backgrounds for
light dogi A white dog In a snow
examinations begin bank could make an artful prize-
CHEVELLE !I I 930: o'clock. and will be winning photograph if this photographer
by the driving portion really knows his stuff
the rodeo at approximately Asa rule the best dor photosare
snapshots taken faa even,
:30 o'clock. natural liffht. Shadows -unless
carefully controlled rarely add
Jaycees are being assist much te the print Outdoors, a
by Chevrolet In this project, Arthur bright al arhtly overcast day is
Wilson driver education In. best If the sun 's! very bright
I work in a spot where the light is

One of the things you'll like best about it is 11 models to cho public 1s Invited to at I ft I

and see the skilled driving
these teenagers as they com facts Ms and
MALIBU S.S SERIES MALIBU SERIES 300 S RI ; ; given for the prices which will tned.'I

Chctelle's mlddle of tho line series the Chcvclle's economical 1.
These two Super Sport models are ChovclWs - Vnost ''I

finest. Front bucket seats, door-to-door Malibu, retains many features found In the let Its gentle price tag fool 1 ? R.rtlty of iplceikrovflit

carpetingand an'all-vInyl Interior 'seven two Super Sport models Like all Chevelles, nil Chevrolet's traditional TURNT'ti11 I fortunes te

colors A wide choice of transmissions and it's a good foot shorter than big ears, making bility. Full Coil .i 'i wsreh.wfv.wtvrms
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extra-cost high-performance engines.! Plus It easy to park and handle Yet insldo it's Fluah-and-dry rocker ,1.'. 1 0 \, M T Ihli predOTt erf*.

a whole host of other options. surprisingly spacious and comfortable dealer will tell you all the f I w t, Were were /fought
a el
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fee* reservcllen
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c.n e'ercls .nd d''llopthm
life I long health and vitality, Y It Cs i -
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'" now-what with push but Ma
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ml'p .. ,1 4 i>J eVInk ore
begins In esrly child
u'w1t..1 lr pttlteeltllfht >
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more than half of our chil parlwlewm.! N.. ,
"do not get at last 1 5 minute ail ., v11.1 pralleulN r..rM
planned, vigorous' body buHd / wh .
activity during each school day? 4y N/I M1 wr..lN Ile.
.. \ .' -- | h.t about the physical educa. // t wise) N 1.11.w,

1U1't1l1l'Oll1COVI'I ""A I '- -- program'In your child' school'
It planned mainly/ for students
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varsity port.'Or is it '
JOE amerltont beset Me meet Ir. ( ,. +
:, to the development of ** r
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Presents Council on Ptiyt o reje mud H's o fire ts. ,
;' Fitness urges you to tI fce as I ,MMiry; twt dMt bees triue l r 1A
I Interest In this phase of your Palm( Ch, KM HN.r -
., '| development as o\) m rem .14. g.. ,.rt 5.1M 1. r ,
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I >your school officials and com'
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Pine Trees Can. Arbor Day In The Rain I Mother's Clay County's March Seven Named For

Change EconomyThe I January 28th I I Service AcademiesSteven

pine tail green back development of the tree, These The Mothers March In planned I Morris Day, of Oreen ate appointment there went to
bone of a half-billion dollar cells serve as factories far 1 l for Tuesday January 311 i, Cove has been nominated by Henry O Sellck, Jr. of Oreen
in Florida is throughout Clay County Congressman D R. Matthews Cove
Industry an manufacturing and utilizing : ,
amatlng tree. 1 I needed substances f.1A James T Norton Jr. chairman I for appointment the U. 8 A second alternate appointment -
And planted by the million. The : I Naval Academy to the Naval Academy
root of the tree too, U } 4 i v"A of the campaign for Clay .
u Florida farmers and landowners a marvelous organ. The main j The nomination of young went to Thomas R. Milbergerof
County\ has announced the i
have planted them this root structure serves to hold I co-chairmen In the various I. Day. the ion of Mr. and Mrs Oreen Cove.Congressman.

Mason the result also is re '' the tree upright But each tree I areas of the county: Green ; Jack R. Day was one of seven Matthews said
markable. At maturity those also has I II I county appointment to three
Uny roots similar to Cove the Rev Jim McCuI- the appointments were based
planted pines open up new ',I hairs In size stretching out y lough Mrs Harry Blaclunor of the nation service academic on the grades of each of the

jobs in town new homes co'' from the older and larger root' I and Mrs J C Damron.; Orange I announced by Mr. Mat I nominees In Civil Service dealgnatlon -

up and retail sales increase which serve as vital avenues. \A$ ) :r" Park Mrs Gordon Sandrldge thewt this week.Nominated examinations and

A stand of mature pines ii The tiny hair-like roots fin. and Archie Padgett.: Doctor for admission to further on their "general traits

a kind of working capital. At ger around and through the : Inlet, Mrs H M.. Peterson and I the Merchant Marine Academy I of personality and leadership.1'

those planted pines grow tt soil absorbing moisture and! : : ( Mrs W J. Christmas; Middle- 'I at Kings Point N. Y.. were Sixty young men from the
do opportunities business and nutrients all part of the ky.s r sN1q burg, Mrs Louie A. Lesley; John Murray Malone, ton of 1) counties of Congressman
industry. "factory' I Keystone Heights. Jennings Dr and Mn John M. Maloneof Matthews' district took the examination
Of course there are few individual The pine if not taken fob Murrhee Penney Farms MrsPearl Green Cove: Michael P for six vacancies to
landowners who could granted U an impressive thing I i.J M. Howertn Harrison, ion of Mr. and Mrs the three academies

plant enough pines to change to see and ponder Unseen art' ...11 I.1 I Avery E Harrison of Orange -
economic face of I.l. .' ) 1'1 It should be pointed out that .
the a com the complicated processes: I Park; and William R Calusen
munity Yet something of that which go on quietly beneath the I l' 1. i Ji.. J" ''I a percentage! of the money colIwted on of Mr and Mrs E. T Calu
effect is reached in any area bark In the dark green needles In the county mill remain arn. of Oranje ParkA rir rNTrNI

when a number of landowner and under the soil. ,- ... In the county There USM I II first alternate\ appointmentto
put a portion of their unused Indeed, the whole procem a renter In Oftlnesvtilt I
I the U 8 Air Academy wentto
land to growing timber which turns an unused acre which la supported by the 'I .....
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Joseph N Q Bolvln
V I March of Dimes and this rentor ., .. ...
The single pine tree itself U Into woodland profit witha .A (I..a. Iwe Ii.Iua.s'bwv:
noteworthy For the chemical minimum of Investment and '- _. ,. _..._ _ ..'.....' ,.,, : ,.II".t ls available to residents of Oreen Cove. and a third altern roe:*.. 11 Ik* ps.. U

processes and engineering feats care U remarkable Ask youi Clay County.
I Member .f Green Ce,,'. VIA Women's Jhiun. Mrs James "''111&.. Mew Alex \ THIS
of the tree are wonders to be. Farm Forester or County Rang DIDN'T WORKs
Club braved the element In Arbor Day to Caravel Mrs Ales hp ln. Mrs. >enuArg
hold j i er for details on planting pines
I plant dcgwood tree In front .' their bead *. Mew L. M Johnston Mrs C, B. Mrs McCullcrs!
Each tree's basic unit of life There is still time before the I
II''I luarters 5h.wn above, In the foreground.Miss Be".... Mrs. C. R. "'IIU..",. Mrs. Jshnllendriraa
h the cell. Inside each cell season ends in February to get ALc
Bonnie Dean Baser HIM the trowel Mrs. A. D. Duck, and Mr*.
a nucleus which carries the your stand of pines planted and J Pleads Guilt '
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which eat the ground when the buildingwas Chauneer Man, p''MId..nt.IBUff )
chromosomes which guide the off to a good start
erected Behind her, L to e.s Mrs Elmer Photo by Gene KosaMrCALL >
_u _---- _____ _---- - Mn Mary Lois McCulleri

Bank Of Green Cove Cove Inn Under ONCIIASSU : trek Monday through Friday pleaded Monday guilty afternoon to manslaughter after attor I'

i 4 on "Farm and Oarden" reel 1
neys in the rase had spent the
I WJXT. Television 4. Jscksonvlle -
Stockholders Rename New Management Emmett McCall county .' morning picking a Jury |
gent, will be featured next
I _. It was the second go-round
The Cove Inn was opened - The 10-minute program U for the Orange Park woman

All But One OfficerStockholders I this week under the management I I ty Agent will appear on Channel seen at 1.0 am every week who was tried In Sept. l 1951 l ,
of Mr and Mrs. Lee 4. WALT, next week Mon day morning BubjecU are for murder\ ilthe shotgun'
Watson who operated It from day through Friday morning varied and keyed not only to slaying of her husband In that''
of the Bank of Maguire Ruth Oelger, John K I 1958 until mid.lOSS. I st IU: on the farm and Home farmer, but to rural and city trial l she was found guilty of
, Oreen Cove Springs this week Bradley and J. I. Ttlplctt. J. P Mr. and Um Watson have Hour, homeowners as well manslaughter and sentenced tc I

'renamed with a single excep I Revel was named an honorary operated restaurant In WashIngton 104 years In prison by Ctrcultl I I (lotting ship's saloon to combat Kukkncts. It

, tion all officers! and directors I member of the board State and upstate Judge Frank Kmore. 1 e tiln'l lUll but It could pJ! sod on Its swUm voyage,

N F Catchpole: a veteran of I Bank officers renamed are: York Mr Watson a Ne"l Itionberfulfte K'orlb' Judge Edwin: Jones ordered1( did M mightily to the eJlsrom/ort of iti p-**"!"* TheIS'

II nearly 15 service with John Preston Hall president; Paris 1s regarded as a I pr sentence Inveillgstlonj $$4., HldVt work
years I J. P. Hall. Jr. executive vice trained chef. Mrs Watson a I \
,'the bank was named a vice president; Elliott Maguire, vies' native of New York State, said Pay OurTown Died / and aald he will set a date fora
hearing before passing sentence '
president T. J. Jennings who president, Clara M. Chesser,' this week the Inn will be completely I She could be placed on BUT DOES E
has been a vice president and vice president and cashier; Robert -I redecorated and refurbished
probation or she could gel up
['dJrect.or. was not reflected A. Lee vice president: Ruth .
to 30( years In prlnon
I Stockholders reflected J. P defter vice president; Thom I The restaurant will specialize J
I She was represented by T
)1&11. Jr., chairman of the as H Henry vice president,:' In steaks and lobster and S I : r : qt'frdM Jennings and James Norton i DISAIILITY IENEFITS
bank's board. Other board Dena Mae Lemen Lena Rho' wide variety of other foods ( A
(nemberi are: J P. Hall Leo den George Wyman and Betty'' of Green CoveUOItl I I I K you become severely Ju.bleJ t, you and youi
Maruire, W A. Wilton.. Elliott: .( RowlU. U61ata .caahlen. : family may become eligible foe monthly socUlsecufiry
I ,a V > *'"> . r GO HARDEN CLVHTO ) or THANK
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Oar I wish/ to express my sincere ...
The Green Cove Springs -
den Club will hold a Joint ml'<< thanks and appreciation fOil| t'If
r91 't-I I the kindness showed
Ing on Saturday. January e
I n.' .,,i54 w me during the illness and IOMJ, rV wen M/eeaseN..
lodge .
Fighttt at 1 o'clock at the Elks I I f a rX of my husband Ronald FrankGrnaara aJeN' wNe. w J'4.ii J N
_ 1.. I This meeting will be a workshop a. INI.J "' '"eJ e/4e.
I especially thank the
I Iments
on dried or fresh
I II Member are arranee'l I I hospital staff of Clay MemorUl .... '" "",,,,,
BIRTH DEFECTS bring their own | X WITHOUT mowers OF MODERN I HlMlUl| lnulae Orotart, ","-. 'DUC/-/,,,-...-Cue-NgL.1.

Mrs Arthur Kummer of Bt rrHEMIS1RYf ROM fERtIla1ER6t0 y
Augustine will be the Initruc| PESIICIDESNATURE COULD
tor For further |! !, RESUME nC I'O CGNTURle.OJ.D' ----
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Clay CountyServicemen M H C & Penney Farms i Polio Immunization At Clay High


Reporters & HERBERT D. MYERS, Phone 5Z9-S1JI

Darcey E. Moser Jr., was STAMP CLUB MET I mortal monument at Mayportthe I the home of the president ol 1
promoted last week to chief GREEN COVE BOWLING IN IIEMPSTEAD HOME landing place of one colonyof the college Dr Guy Atkinsonand yourTRAVELERS

damage controlman, USN j l Professors ............ 40 33 The Penney Farms Stamp I I Walloon This shaft, similar I Mr Gregory was the guest ., AGENT

Chief Moser, whose wife, Mm ,! Jokers .................39 33 Club held 1U first meeting of to the one left by Jean Ri speaker at the college morning tl5
1964 at the home of the Rev bault In 1562, was erected by chapel service
Moser, lives In Oreen
Mary Untouchables ........ 38 34
destroyer '' and Mrs. A. O, Hempstead last the D A n. about 1924, and
Cove, it assigned to the -
\i Jonas Ingram now on Magnolia ................371% 34% week, with 14 members pres- I subsequent to 1053 wu relocated Changed ,

I duty at Guantanamo Boy A Kingfishers ............ 36 36 at Fort Carollneon on the Meeting r .e
ent.The I
native of St. Louis, he has beenIn Drivers ........ ........ 33 39 meeting opened with the south bank of the St. John At the regular meeting of I

the Navy 16 :years. -Balls ........ ........ 33 39 Rev. Mr. Hempstead showing : River, 13 mllea east of Jack the Home Demonstration Club

t\ I Champions ........ 311 40'1Doc I I Ills ugenot-Walloon stamps of I sonville. The members were held each on month the third in Thursday the Penney of I\ I
m4. Mrs. Hempstead explained presented with post cards of
Woman Marine PFC Alice J i iClevlnaer. Turner rolled a new high I j' that this series was the monument by Rev and Farms Town Hall, It was decided
daughter of Mr and three game set with a (25 issued to commemorate the Mrs. Hempetead and Mrs | the time of the meeting I II '

Mrs Claude S Clevinger of scratch: and with handicap 300th anniversary of the settling 1: Pratt who had visited the site; should be changed back to 1C

Green Cove, was promoted tc. I totals 688. lie also rolled high of the Walloons In New, Mrs. Fast our former post- o'clock.
her present rank Jan. 1 at the single for the night with a 225 Netherlands, now New York mistress, delivering the mall. |
Women Marine DetachmentTwo Pat McCullough led the women elate The Walloons wereFrenchspeaking I
) Mrs. Coker> showed an Inter-1 Visited Here
at the Marine Corps All bowlers with a 434 total Celts descended I eating arrangement of stamps | Mrs. John Sullivan, who formerly
Point, N. C. Lou Loucks and Bob Ryle each from the Belgians
Station. Cherry
I I cut squares and cancellation lived In Penney Farms USE YOUR
where she la stationed. She it had a 203: single while Tom The five-cent stamp of this
I from Christmas mall Dr. Howard visited Mrs. Pearl Howerln for
graduate of Clay High. Durrance bloated a 208. series shows the Rlbault MeSEBRING I
a brought a tin box, received a couple of days Mrs. Sullivan SEAT BELTS. .
from England, which was decorated was on her way to Tampa k
on the cover and sides visit her daughter, Mrs Thomas They do use llvei and reducewrluui
with facslmlllei of postage Underwood who has Just I Injuries, In the Interest
stumps had her second: child Mr and of' tour lifely' ,The Travelers
I MIllS Beckey, reporting for Mrs. Underwood were marriedIn urges >ou to uw Mil' !belli. Ain .

: the nominating committee presented Penney Memorial I Church added likcnllve,the Mediial
the names of Mn. C More than 14,500 county residents were Immunised tail t Payment Automubllt Llmlli on Travelers'
'T..I L b, 9.tA.a.pM NIk M. Ackerman for president and I Sunday against Type III polio, according to Dr. II. L.St4'pbru. I'olklei will iutonulkilly -
be doubled-it no sd>
Home From New
w JerseyMrs. the Immnnltatlon campaign publicity chair-
Mrs. B. M. Pratt for secretary: I dit veal cost-It you are using
Gertrude Post arrived man. A follow- Immunliatlon will be given to those who
treasurer | up wit' "belts at the rime of aa
home last Wednesday aftci failed to take It bit week between noon and I o'clock this hcklent.IVolftt .
The new president, Mn. Acicerman -
v I spending three weeks with net I Sunday at only three Immunisation stations. They will be : yourself lAd your 'famDy
appointed a program I brother In WllUngboro N. J. at Clay IHh School Orange Park Elementary School and by Inl'llIln11' belts and using"
committee, consisting of Mr
the Keystone School In the original ImmunUaUon for them.

t Oracey MIllS Becley, Mrs., Hempstead and! Services ;;::. Grdy I Type 1 polio, given In November, approximately 17,004 For information about

tf I The Rev. G. A. died persons availed themselves of the opportunity given on Trai orln l AutotnobiU iInjurancc
r w I be The held February at meeting will I last Sunday In the Mary M I I two Sunday. However the Initial dotage of Sabln vaccine call .... *
f apartment 10-B ut 1
time Jacksonville In the mldit of
the Olin Clinic, after a long Ill was given at a when was
Quadrangle with Mis a Type I poUo epidemic. In view of the fact this danger j J. SLATER SMITH
Bockey showing TurkUh.
stamps nessMr. Oetty was a Lutheran hal now appeared" leaders of the drive expressed them
Mrs. Pratt philatelic material I minister originally from Balti! elves this week as highly pleased at the large turn-out. 21 N. Orange Ave.
honoring Abraham Lin-
colaVlilt more. He served a long pastor The countywide program for Immunisation against all GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLAMfymmtfnf
ate In York Pena? before three types of polio la headed by Dr. John Malone. Immunliatlon .

College I coming to Penney Farms. against Type II will be given again In the (
No I Memorial services were held form of sugar lumps In March TN TimUH lltUUICt deiiila
PLYMOUTH The Rev and Mrs. Raymond yesterday In Penney Memorial I V MUITPOAO.eOMHiCTICUT

R Gregory spent January 15. Church. Burial will be In Balti CRUCINT PMOTO IT dm KOlA
and U at Norman College, at. I
more lie U survived by his - ---- --- --
Norman Park, Oa. While there I widow.
they visited a Ban Bias Indian I New Accountant

BEATS FORD student from Panama whose ,
education they are sponsoring Rev Soule To Preach HebJlFIIIeral

and whom Mr. Gregory ha I I The preacher for the Penney

known since Infancy They Memorial Church 11 o'clock
were entertained overnight IrClll'ltCII worship service next Sunday Home
will be Rev Leigh Soule i (: "
& CHEVROLET I I I Speaker for the prayer meetIng -
NOTICESCIKNCE on Wednesday, Jan 20.' CIIAUIXS; HKLM: [
7-SO: o'clock will be Mist' r

('IIIINTIAN : I.t. Harris. | r 1' Funeral Director


100UTOF1O Or. I':. Itittm'ot Hi. Over lit Contributed l vM /fIl\\ v Plume! 2M-. !%) ,%(
!N. :\hc rvi|' Avc.f.Rfl.V More than 550 persona took
'm > < the polio type III treatment at GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA
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n Oft'"'' I I the Pemtey Farms fiohoul last L Lr JIUY. 14 CAST P. a BOX 143IrrrrItrrrlrrr
Sunday Contributions from
Showroom Plymouth wins tests of Acceleration, held( Sundayat
this group for the polio fund

Handling, Braking, Gal Economy- I II a nRubkell amounted to 1100 110. The type 1 I
I "TRt'TII"January %
I II Immunisation will take place

"things you buy a car for." tl on Sunday, March I. More

IA cordial Invitation Is extended than 650 persons were Im : J ITK,; (JOT .\ KKOILAU: IMMCKJASOLIN'K {

Plymouth also costs losst-and carries the only5yoar50OOOmilo II to attend our services I I munised Penney Farms with the In type November I here at I vlU B. Ebbing, U Jackson now associated ( .: THAT MATCHKS II'I'IF'O1t11.1N'F
warranty! - -- with the Reed I : : OF

AreonnUng and Tai Serv- I PUKMU'M: ( UASOMXKSIN30UTOF5CAKSI) :
Ire Mr. Ebbing, a native
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of St. toub. was formerly I IQ.s..rsa.
associated with Hall and
OFFICIAL RESULTS ptvMourN..N.lute.I .O ,. rtvsouls.a. :isssse.4.. rtther. Jacksonville certified - -

lobo . .. ....... .11th '010. 10130... 594iiwlt'CLEAN13h1s? pubUr accountants, -.
CNlvsOu'. .. .. . 1576s CNlvIoltl 3043.1.. and non recently, was ..

'OMnll, SUN MI0t4WAY 'AiIlNO 'M'IO'ltCy "OP aadllor of the Ro eev lt
PtvMoune.,11u.w. ""MOU'.. . ....... r/t nvMOUtw .. . .. ..11thcHevloti Hotel la Jaekooavilte. TtM
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polo : : .2351.: .: POLO .: ::: ::::: .m= CNlvsOtlt : : ,I03S.iCONOMV : Reed AeroenUng and Tai
1110 tOJUtyplvMouTN Sento was UbloB4 by
IUft ... U-MIU &lINO CUIlIC PlrMourN. . ... 1121 w. I the kU llmnaa Rood and

POlO . "II"......... toeD PIYMOUtH.,4I3t1.. ...... . ,41121.1,.. CNIY1otIT.. ...... .. ,: -. II Sl< X. Orange Av.. Grata Con gprtngi I Is king carried .. ky ale Q
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LEGAL TaOTlI'5 LID04L NOTIOn II foot right of way Iii. 1114 foot to the beginning. .0' purtluo: of State Hoad S 111, tea

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CLAY TOINTT, FLORIDA IN AND JI'OIl'I.A Y COLNTAT bounded on the. S.I..t. I ti, a. total cintral .".1. .. and milntcnanc 0 o
N*. OT I.AH Ills C?? Itt curce cI.n'aca 10 d.ire.a 10' ID" a dl.tane ,,' public r Ii. of
I. r I CASH NO. hIS Ills North*':' having a radluof I M4I7 r.., to the *.,l of a.Id I ills a-fn.rnl tllra't' on*

iESTATB OF THBODORIU : II feel. Bald rurv brIng tangent ,urv*, run North II d.. I of ,th. .ud.. Circuit
M"<'T. PRCEAftKntoTicio ,'LA T COUNTY palltUal to the, \> *.. 10 foot rlgliof arm III II'. Weat 10JI1I IiI ..t Court In for th. Fourth Ja'di.'iai
TO crvciMTomTo aubdlvlilon of lbs $i.ta .l)' lIne' nf Mil Vial fl..d \\'tt11 IIP. of Mid Hmtlunt I (Ircuit nf Florid, will on

all cr.dltor and all p.rioni ot Horlda' M-ltl at th. North cad of ..I.' t a point 1&11.13 r.., ""ulh.I Iof thr Jlrl, day of January A, D
rlalma d.mindiagaln.t I Petitioner curve, and Ungmt, I.. the Nort ri I)' from lIe Norlhsl.t baring oiUto.You or V'. 40 foot right. of way lln. of aalKill l nald Hi-,lion\ a. Oontalnln. inon thariaft.r a. rnunarl may

laid PANA 8. TITHII.U It al, Hoat No II at the .. ei I 11 too arm, mor. nr !I.... riil". I Im h..ol. In Circuit I Court Cham.
.' and noon of you, an PefendanUNOTICB anal ant Mid .'ur' r (Cnntalnln ai I" i. of f..i.tln. road right' o.. It", th. (.lay County, Courthouni '

hrn notified and r.qulr.d t'' OF" Ill'LIo NISI: "JS o.'re. mor or I.... .n'l 11.1, ...) at Or.nn Cov 8pr'nl.'
AIH CONDITIONING BOATS TRADING POSTCAREYS any claim and damand ml l,e uf eoiIlne road right of )t.ttTIIAIHtc, : t"'LF.14 NA.TillS. b'lIrlIlI ronall.r ald
hUh, ou. or .lih.r of you. ma:)' Va; !. Jo"'SI'' IN" of appoint .ppr.'".
anTICS OF t'IC'T: iiUNM> lay AMrN | \ linn T."I"I.
i Sac* ...1".1 th. ...tliof Tltwidorr '. .1.1 aSCII od"r lb.
511)5 III 11104 ailus: .'AHRY and MllltlLh: .ItIoVI I .r., Ilk. I

MILBERGER INLET MARINA TRADING POST riat. County M Mao. "Florida. drrraard' I* .,II IsIs. lion or IN THK NAME AMI UY THAIT1IOKITY : h"."."" ant. .wife. _.;'. Int.r.i That Ian. of ...... I and l'.art th. "suit, "and proper all. Al patti.I"..

I Thi>>>m.. J. Iii,'*,,. Cvanly Juila-. .. OF THK "TATOF : I I ItUxk IA rpl| ..*.h.p| Park. J'aiI '1 In,.,....d may appear.rU..,, bohiarl
WE BUY SELL TRADE II Court. FLORIDA That nf lot II lllotl Hiiok I II
of Clay County, County IIII'.f.1 I I. lint Ia. publl at (Si tint and place
MERCURY JOIIVSONENGINES I noun* In,, Qro.n Cops Rpr4nai' TO ALl. WHOM: IT MAT CO'CKHN I.l: I' trlln.hlp' l'arlt. i iauhdlt r.iMinU "f Hay I'nunly: Florldi d.>lunati>dYol .

REFRIGERATION Three locations Clay County. Florida, wISPS and to all I p.r.on. aipartlea ; lalun:: of lbs I>: l>ltium if aol within 41 fw., ', ANI1 EACH 0 TOIl

15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. tS4-J28( II It month from th.. dale of thi. haMnff i>r >.taintingat : '.1 th* l'rIhs.II k,, $,Him II .., thr airtry.. line of 11 W' ar. ".,ebJ| comnt n.l"d ..,

I flr.t publk-atlon of thli nollnh right till' Inter.*.!. .i.tat tiAtiahlp. I rinuth, Hana-o I ,,( $1111hlal' H III. ,....lIon I.' '"'I".ft, Anawr Id the 1'..
SERVICEAIR CROSBY BOATS 'VarehouM antique old .rh rlalm. or rt.nian.l' mu.' mortgage' or otk.r U." to or itho .. t-.t; lImp :",.',nI)', Florida I lyIng ; I T |111071, .aid aurv.y. lln* b.- lIlIes I hrr.tnfor. fll.d In thi.iauai ..
b. In vrltlnc and ",,,., IllS. .. tertaln |rtrla of lA"d niiuth ,, and within 41 fee lint' dratilbrl' .. follow.: IIIaliinliipi < In th. abov. ontltlnd Court
rKZl: TIU11...m" Gym Bldf. S. Orange Arc, ICe plat.. ,,f rralitrmr anal |x.ifflto ... rlnaftir de.irlh.d, and, IIfoil.Ing 'if 'the aurvey line. of dial" llo*., in 'lhi W.t lisa ot th. UifinIh.. I Mth day ofrihrmrt

CONDITIONING SALES A SERVICE tent BUndlni .. sail rsi of th. chain... person. ttigrlhrr .11ft I H.Ml. HIM'II..n I HU'.U..I. ial.aurtey '.,1 'SW P''. ..f NI0' Hwtlon I.! on n. A II> Illl, to show
h. Ihi rUlmlrhy tin, lelng rieat rlb.d Tuwn.hlii' A Hnuth, It.",. It ,
all unknown p.rion. what ilnht till 1 lnlrt. or
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR Bird at Rldfewood I i.1m'\I. .:: t'olhl.btIIn. through. or und.r. in.,*. folio*, ginning on .Ih.* .we.line .. h:..1 it t |1''''tin Ida IT feet Nor. II.". ion. .;r any of you, lays
. or It will" tioiom. void a. stead of Mvrllin II. TovnahlpHouth I ' th. Mnuhw..t o>ri.r d.arrlbodUnit .
> sPa ar* or of 'Ih* slope
hwy, 17 Crane Park Furniture and appliance a'b.raln ... 'dln' In I.w. are not known. t.> b* dead <., ., Hang. tl ..., at a polnaltuT I .f 11SW" ..f l.l.l 8*... any anl nh.iw pause why 'h.
deuce\ tot northern from Ihaoiithwe.t I II n II run Ih.",.. North II d*.
ahall "
Phone CO 4-9K5 : Kath: creditor ..11'I ."m.. .h"ul,1 nut b. la"." toe
P 8. Palmetto Street price ltd iiffl.-i.nt. ..01.1.l >. of hli claIm ti. l>.\ :\.\ .H 'l'l" corner of NW. >. o, It.. 11"lo" ra.t: IITI( TI r.., I IIII t 0 lIll coal purp-Sus ..t 'otb

Home Phone 184-9788 mall th. iXiunty Judr to< I 441 Now York AVInu .. said ,... lion It. run" .them SarI ,' hcInIpl' .if a ,'urv* ,'o".y.I. th. pi-niton" f'I|*d h.r.lnXSIINVWH .
mall one to sash prrionat rep I *, Huntlnglon, I.e,' \,irk II deer*. II It Kaat 11011feel 10 'lIe hating a my hand and th.

Business Phone 184-9311 rt.PnlallYs.' CH: .TAIN:.;.ThKl' ""llUlH'l'TlI I to the northerly. rden.loi' rullii., if TIC to 1.54 i, run, lh.laS"SIhrslcil Seal of lhl ,Court on Ills 14thIon
BEVERAGES ,.r Ih, *. weal, II lit. of Him lot CP'.IlaasliI ."
Patrd '.. ...mb.' II IlllTill. '''I.ItATIUSU..ld.:' .lin" said iirvIhr.imh I r January \ I' till.
HAIRCUTS .: FIXWIPA NATIONAL.11VNK I I ...,.. 14 \\ .*.t Av.nuJAklfOH 1'nrh "I'arl I .. rei a tilal. .. .'ntral. anal oIN I; | H.:AI.I.r
.led In flat, Hook t. lag. IIrul .
OF JACKHONMU.K: Sstnt l'.nn.ylaanIa or I .1.. ..... K 14 a dl.lani oki I.
hi. record of t lay tountyI Mi .th.. .nd of .. 'f\111 "AI\t111
.. Fi.rutor of Ih* Uat WII I \ AL ('AItICYIl.0lI.fl I i-i'l to cat I, ,
PAUL'SAll T.itamcnt of Th.odor MMary I Morll. al a point 11 feel N..hl iurrun. 'IK.'n,'. Ninth II d*. 'Iok for
SERVICE and I I ,. ",." i lurtl '. thereof Ion. 01.1" 'In and Clay
. nf Ih. \.\\ iarner "..... 41' II" Ka.l III TI r..1
We give"Ftrttllaircut" l .r .. d IS-can and Nrcia '""u', foully riorirU
J. I. 1061.EI1L < lalnlng loll ., ,.. more or lea, In '"11.. I Iralnnln' of a <'urvn I I lira. Carllal
tint puMlratlon on .inaHramh, New J.ri.rKIIIHI.KV lIp M
We Repair All Brandt I : .,,'Iu.'y. of ..'.11". r..... Slab' ,.<:. <.a\. to ih* Mnulh'a.t.rrh.xlna : ;

Legal Beverages if wayliWNKlt. a rallu. of Til III f..l, Iwputy (1.,1
I' .".. Kleff. I'.ulttt Ilf.l l UOHMIT \\' ,'" 'LI'Z ATTonsrY riit rtaiTiONiR
Servicing Clay CountyFor CertificatesAILHAIRGUTSS1.0I : : -1 Xlorriavenu.. run' ,thIs,,, N.. thra.l.rly alonimill .
SOTK'IOiv Hin' and T J jannlnci. JrI ,
.'11'' ,r thr'.u.h an anal otl
Open I A. M. to 1 A. M. Now
L Hmnrh, Jera.yRoilk.HT
Slxtrtn Yurt florlda
/ nnrt"IT rot'nT 01CLAT .:, 111. M.Cart SIloS. nIl I'nil T. Fellow.hliINirh .. I tli a l frrt I I.i .lhi. kaat SInss'Iin or1. Cov. Mirlngi|
Dural County line : TIIIC Ita.iden e-o ,
Orange Park Ph. tS49S6SFULLERTON'S Cl>l'NTT. r IX)HID A.In 1I1"h. ll.'adCact'rh. a aub.llvl.lon of the. couth" H It. 1onihlp' I Niutlt I.1, ,ii, n,_hi
CIIANCEHTNo I I ILIghl' It used S* of id. "..,'h. ..' 1a oMm liana,. tl Kaat <\%'.at Sins oM --
North of Orange Park II I I.5'U'al: Park Barber Shop >. nit long. Uland, !Its Yo kJOHN 11.m. It. Tiiwn.hlp I Mouth > II 'n TNiwn.hlp HtulhUniia. -
Orange M MOOHR: It IIT"I11'1I ,liana. II lOa.t. lisp iVuni:) tl ra.ll" al a polo' -
KATIIBRINIS Mor I.I*, t h ,lng aouth of and. within 1114 I ID frrt Houlhrrly' from Ill.
to I It .m. III )'..11". Haul
lIes. 110: a.m. : rialnllfl aililipI TO rt HI icThrr.
14 feet of the. .iiriey lisa ..r SU, lhs.l' ,'orn.r vf .ai.I I Mm llni"
tl N. Orange Are. IPIIOLSTERINGBAXIEY'S for IS v.. H.iuthampion' N.w York mat' Itoad M.III. He,.lion HIM. II thin. from .."..n' ...,. I. h.lna: 1.11' by thilUik .
location over year :
a me IIARR1ROS W MOORE I Jl'1t 1':1' IS' ,.. ,... IT' f 'th* firrull Court 15.fiIas .
I. I'I in I. sail itirtai lln being d.- ln. ''"r ',.r'h II 51taal. .
Green Cove Sp,.. 144044 iwftndan P o sal ..111I"I".rl .. Funu,
KINGSLEY 1I1UAY 11 ""rlhe.l aa f..ll.i .lieu lIlnilag 01 ..nllniir I irih..tily. a. | Ing MiirtiUi aoira-
NOTICE OF SI IT the weal line of 4>e : TIlE: STATB OF rU, >RtDA-TOlUrrlaon : IIll.liA'Uland, N Y TownshIp.. I Houlh, Hang II. "f til' ,lc.l..... Il ka" a .\1.,.",... hag 11111 111. lila ot prupartp

BAKER APPLIANCE TRIM SHOP : W .Moor. I* o |kii IIIllrMnpnri Kaat at a point'' III IT teat north "f t.l II f.rt' to I ha ..nd of aaliurir asS I I i.iuaiti. of Tas Ila.ds wtiluhma

1t'.ld...... t''k""II''' I .rly Iron, I". 11'11'1' I run 111.",'. North II da. I.,. ,'I.ln.d upon. proof ofiwnmhlii
SERVICE DELIVERY iVTuiI ,... II" : ISIS? f.., on b. MarchI
Auto Furniture MILK TOt! ARK: HKHBIIT NOTIFIBI Uland. N Y of N W" of lgil "*'lion IT rail "
Complete ; that a lull h.. b..n tiled acmln.yau .' 1"1.' H W. IIWtNII: ..."... North II d..,..* II1 II'. li lbs. Mt, lln. 0' ".r'''''' II I till

I'pholitf rinf I In, th. above. *ntltl.d rasp. lle.ldamoi: HI. I II.H' III 1<:.., 11(14.14 ,...1 lo hiss itnrlhirhHlMk T... ".hlp I Houlh, Hani tiKaat If nnl ..Im.,. an l.fIresaId
MAYTAG I and ,.qll" ." II' ellefllia5 o. *11. \\ ... II". It' al a pInt 441 ,...t Houth. itat 111.1. ru".l .1 b*
1400 tt, Idlewlld Are.Ph. W.D.Morris you art plaintiff'. attorn, iiarlMlan. H.lgM., III nf Frllow.hlp 1.,11 trip fro... .ih. N", .h..1 teen.a .' ,,"11 ,laS" Ik. ""ld ofi
wpoa, l'Prallsa' .
t4.S05 I I.n* nam and addr** arP'aih Ill I'IIY J.' I Part I a* '.....'4... In flat I 1'011 f 'tat I of ..allHrrlltm .. la* ounly 1 I ,'n'''-' by DM.tlnn

KELVINATOR .r ", your wrltln d.l'..... It.. I Hoi III t 101 II, pulllr rerordi of I'Ia,| II onlalnlnc. I IIIHIM SOS tl b'l'rld.a| 'I.UI.. olIlll

Green Cove Sprln,.. Florida DKtributor If any, lo th* till of oontplalni' ('h.I..,,,,, ll.lgltla. I'ounly; Ma at a point II feel nmrr ,,ir 'I..., ailu.lva .r f Mala. Aug.iat. Ii'.rIlIl'aII III*
ther. rala-lina root rUht' of war. I *
whIch Ii. North of Ik N M rorner 11'
saIl of
'In lull oopy. ('ar.IItal'aalca '
Frit Kstimntes: M.iulh
of t'onlalnlna III! air*. mortor \li\\' Sr.H lIP llr.NV: .. r IIAI.. Nu anil 11/1141
drllvcr.d lo you ..*,*.t,". on 01 National Fund. InfIteaidene I
DEALERALL ''in' I' \'k.up and Delivery i All Jersey' MilkHOME I .'"'* r.l>riMr*> It A I). 114ll.rfln I'hllad.lphlo" I'. IM*, Si, Im.hwe of .iliimi, UN. 'K; and site, kVKl.TN SlAt. "."." Inllnat 114IIMUUIM .Ami'
I fall net .e dscr.. prasonI. HrNHY F PIAI.i.l4'K5l..Idenc : : r...4 elaht of Cup I 1..1 I ilrov.a. Amount
and All of Tout . .d aralm! n"'SICI"IY jIlIiNIl. kTAllKIIThat I.
Handle Any ..* will to nl r It ntlth RtrMl CARI''I..I.
MAKES OP For you for th. ,...,..d In SPa lIahl..s l I IAT I KII: I I. I'lTl'Il HIilllT OFrTHlN l.rk of ('1 .

APPLIANCES REPAIRED IphoUlrry" Needs! bill if rompUlnlTHB RKX.YN' .U"i.TA ,,'K |,trl of I-I I. Him'k IIT .." 1114-11 I I ria ounly" Fl.rldaK

HAROLD BAXLETOwner DELIVERYCALL I NATl'HK': or PAID tVn I 11..1"."..*. IT Km II h Rira.tlUhrlnn ,I'nlt I of F.llowahlp: lark auhdltl.lon I 1tial I narl of 1.51.51. 511111.

AmCONDmONING.REFRIGERATION Upholsterer SI BFIVi: FOR IHVORCB.inrAit ' N Y nf lIe iiulK..I <* I Nails al Ih. Noulk.ait curls. -- -
AND ', IKH.I.IK: C Til.I.IVtllAKT' :f ,Ih. nnrthw.i W, Memo: IITown.hlp .if >"," is,'" l IasI, a alaka In t'lai,
EDWIN BAXLET WITNFM" my band end SPa It..'"'nra 111 'IIr..' I N.'ulis' liana II "Iran, h al.out. III U.t tram IhiJ I .:. "'

HEATING SERVICE 4 tI...... or tll-lIU of maId' Cnurl at ,Jr... N/M StreetWa.Silstoe 5:..,, tlay (Vunly, Flnrlda, I lying I II I T K M HallrMd IrarkInin I ."..1.1'.'T.O'..L. '"'
Son and I'pholiterer ,n. Ht>rln'*, Plflrlda. ...1. Ilk d. l> .' north of ind within' I* U.I run North II ........ 41

Idlewlld AT*. Phone 114.Un C A. IIUMMEL January A t> 5044flP7nRhlK C'W.I I of ,Ih. iurvy lln. of $Ial. SIsal I\ ..I Illl ,.., In ...... thai,, HIM lIIlII at TMKAitiiuNiri

K '. ('LAY rol'NTY. FUiRIH""' I II.III, Ma.lhn. 1IT.IHI, Mid "Nirih, . II d..,..* Seal Phi ,.*, : nr TUN arAiir

Upholsterer I yes. ('I.,,, Circuit Court Mellon "U1.MI, IllaklVSay .1 lIt.., tin. ,..1". ....."b... aifiillnw u, *.tk. ih.n Mouth' II d..,... PlIlillIdlIi'll
I'PHQi STIR t'iflFflIE Ply Vivian' II ..>kmr "' 4 S IlL I H.alnninv I rn Ih* us. .' rl Illl f'.l lo run vf I I II lai All Til, WHOM TtimiCIMItHO.NT

ELECTRICAL ..vuty lltra I .OF. HAY lisa of Mm l Ion ll. Town.hlp. I I: i I |lrnh 511., W..I al.ini run a : NIIAI.L
SIGN PAINTING |I.*"",. n Mn, .l.Attorn.y That part. ..f I.fII. lilac Mouth, Hania II ra.l: al a pnlnl, Hiaitih- In iilai* iMilnnlndKintalnlna 5? 15415
: : ESTIMATESALL for I'lalntiffAddrrn Kl I loll T. r.llnoihlp I'ark III IT r..., anrlkrlr from Ihi, : : Ii? air.i :mar se !I..' 1"1 p.r..a.I .

.,.h"" 1"0" of ,Ih., 1I..t< J"'I''j ''. uf NWl4 m 'Irti ..",* ilna, part of l let I Irsn. IsIWlIlSIS( NntMTINiULMj ,
: ;
WORK Atlas Electrical .* Mechanical I 11 Itttr Ftrhana Hide. .f Ik, H""I\.I I I lu ::: run N.rlh ... "..M. a...linn II ,...". I j.,'k.nnnlll., .. "*
GUARANTEEDO1IXE QUALITY Jarkaonvlll Klorlda HMtHin II. T...n.hlp I Nnullltan \, ll ....*.* II II" Mi.l ||.| Ii<. .PIll, k Month' Hang II Real( lUIII'NMI T IIII4.k.TTBJarkaiintlll. .

) ( : PARK Company I I I.t. II II. seplPOSS. .. H Fa.l>: <'lay Ounlillnrlda less Is 111. IlopIhIsily ..I.eal.l. Irlna i |> right af and within I'P. II .. .. rinriiUHIiVMN '
Irina .....''k .if and .Hk'' of the Saab II*. of humP III' I .. awl ill 1 Sell af and wllhlito I I' liEIMIiII'Ii11c5510 ,

UPHOLSTERY! : \\t do all types of electrIcal' ,In Si ,... "f Ih. "'Ut lln* ..I uf K.llnw.hlp lark I'art I. aiin ,..l of a lat.ral lilac" *..n.i iUK I'irk. rturld'
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE -- Plat It,,a4 N III. .....".." 1111,. ,irded ,In Mil 'H
wiringRY .1'1110 list aald slarw.V lln. balsg t.. puillr. rnrdi. *f Slay I ...". is.. Clod a* liI..l. I'cmm.n, I A P Illl. ,*..*. ''o ko liw. .ir,

Archie Padirtl : WARNER S rtl 10.<1. .. ,..1\.... ll.alnnlni nth. .I Ii rlorld: al a point tl I.. m ,lIlt ..:.., tIns ft ll ...,,,",.... *,..| under ,Ih. lId af ,lha, ",.,.

On KlnoU-y Are., Juit KIIIPP IN TIlE' I'III1!'IT COI'HT 01 ... "". .if ,..d...." II Nnrih; nf Ih; NW Mirn.r Ik.r. I..", I la ....11.." liT.."'.'''' ,>f riurllaMT JiUINg fnl" :NTHT
10} nirndenlni Read CL.AY .'I'NT' ruminA Tiwn.htp" I MViiuiki, fl.".. .1: ,,f i unlalnina kill > IM man, *. .nh II.".. II VIal.: al, a pnln. I'," M 'H''l' llillllillATIoM, .
East of llwy. 17 Owner and Manager I'll A NI'P11(1 Pail: al a point >*t II .. "r .I.... ci if iil.tinir 11 f'.l aniilh.rli. from '''. NInrr ' wild Ill prlmlpal.1I
Is I
Orange Park. 11*. N.. It(. lh. Hthxat, eo'...' tMM ..... rlakl nf war ,I <.. .., i ii..*,.."'.", ,Sal I l 1ftI. .r"'I'l I ., il Orang* Pail
Ph. N,. ('On,,", 4-9211 phene U4.'II' Phone tl4-9Xtl IIII"\: I,, sTPllEMC.' I* nf .aid M.ollan II. 'TUlhanr !,. "5 NIl': HV rll :I' M liolllKI .M .., .1..., II i.ii 'h.".., Mori" I Wi I'uunlr, In Ik* Sisia afriarld

Orange Park. FU. I'lsbhIl North II 4rar..U IIa. and wlf.. HllliA* 1111111(11Ii" I.It 4>ar..* IT' II." Ha.l Ill act wh.r.a. au>.h ..
I ... >: .I 11114 r.., In lbs n rlh..lIr |*.i in Ik. twalnntaa of o .ttr.' ,iinrallun did. .n 5.5 lIsa. 4.|

HUM AM II TIC'HIDN' ....".,..* ol Ih. ...., lla. ,, .... i l in .ih. annik. katliiara4li ., l I.(..niMr Ai| Illl -."". .,
Ixfinilaa Ill...It 11 af P'.Iln..hip I'arllarl .. That pall nf'a kIk r |II4 Tl f..l run. "'....'.. fil.4 la .Ih. 411's nf ik. *.. .
.., .
I UI ..,, Maulh.a.l, f Ihi
rawl.4 In
I I ............,". .a.eei., an, of Sills' if Ik* Dial of
NOTKK OF BUT r.ror4.rla I Hlkw..l. > "f lbs milllk. ..., r.laiy
... II 4
I, :: .,' >, al.". saId, fur. Florid. I Ih* 4wumalary auImrilt ,
i I T.. ." I'
ru,1til'ATnWilliam al a psI. I t nf MM I ton '*
1TATIC OK 1'nnnly, 110.5.1'. *
I @) L"kSiSiIIF.l IDYt.\'IDSj I TUB II att|.11.",. II f..l North al Ik. H W. Coin.r 5.alb' liana II r: *li In.Rei ihrf.K.k' : a 1,151 l r-plrl anal o: ', ..ulr4 .,.... ."aWlloa.wi.
( ruaiaininatil ; rIs t.ds.Iha sian, 511. P..Isrl: 'I i r cs II II" o dl.las.'s| t> I.I IT llnrl.U 111*,. gIk
14515.11 I 111.15.1 : 'U.. ..., ,IM Ika a4 It' **,li. dlMolKlloa of .". rrprolt .
... o .,.. C... arr.. carl ..r I IM.. .nl iusie I I boundary af Ik. ' Vf 0''lIhI. II 4..
ITawn.klp "pa., >*" iwnv **>.
MI.ns? ,..4 ria-hl ef .*, lbs aViolkMal S *f MWllaa
PpeiagfI.iaI .il.ilni
: : I .... ... lucia II ..... U'I' H ,... nK. CA.. ".,". Ik. Meer.larr
"nRIC\ llicltr.IsV NOn 111.11till IIWMCII" IIY DANA" S. TtTMIII. 41.'. "nf Iie f.el f.fa .... .Inl "f krl*.ilii. if Uural ,f Miat, ..".. "... ky ..rllfy ,.
East *
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