The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
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System ID: UF00079902:00108

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Johns-Manville Reports Owings Says BurlingtonAsks

As A Matter of FactThe Record Sales In 1963

A fair Day's Work
Johns-ManvUle Corporation, whose plans to construct I''

multi-million dollar manufacturing plant at Omen Cove were 1

announced three weeks ago, yesterday announced all-time) record
total value) of minerals produced last year in Clay County sales in 1983 totaling 1414 S million, up nearly six percent '

amounted close to 4 H per cent of the total statewide mineral from the year earlier figure\ For A Fair Day's Pay

production according to a Crescent survey. I I I
The total value) of minerals produced last year In the state Net earnings after taxes I'tII2U million, up nearly $3 million

ran at a high level of approximately $U8 million, according to from 1X2, The earning, after tues last year were the i
the State Chamber of Commerce. second highest In the company's history

In the county, two mineral producers the du Pont Company Company officials meanwhile, told The Crescent that plans I' :ik iT To Jaycecs:
and the BoUte Co., at Russell produceda
operating at Standing, are moving ahead on schedule for acquisition of 100 acres of rt
total aggregate valued at more than $. million land just south of the Omen Cove city llmlU, at the Intersection
The du Pont Company last year, state officials told The Crescent '
of highways 16 and 17, ,I
paid the State of Florida a total of more than 1101.000 in I Forgive Others As We

royalties on their mineral production on the Blandlng reservation. Capital expenditures of the company last year rote to $311

The state pays the county $20.000 annually, a gratuity in million, up from lit million in 1982. I
lieu of taxes 1
the The company said that of last year's total sale, approximately Forgive Ourselves
Of Blanding's 68.200 acres .the federal government give
21 per cent were in products Introduced or Improved In /
state 40.000 acres with the stipulation that It be used for military
the put five years Figures on total investment, research and' I
purposes The other 28.200 acres were purchased for | Conway twinge superintendent of the Ocean Cove Springs
development and book value) per share will be made available .
$197,000. Approximately $200.000 more was spent for improvements : Yarn Co tuld Oreen Cove Jaycees last Friday night! that DuctI -
when/ the 18113 annual report of the worldwide manufacturersand
a total of under $400000 Invested by the staU for a | lug ton Industries, Inc of which his company Is a part expects
distributors of building materials and products published
property now producing $200.000 annually In mineral royaltiesand s fair day's work for a fair day pay

Umber revenues. Bo the annual return on Its Investment is The company's sales and earnings record for the past stvtn 4 y.. r ,
w In a carefully understated. declaration of civic leadership, MrO .
close to 50 per cent. yean I.. shown below
lngs went further in an implied warning that the county's
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1957 I :
US3118U;: 18S1118601) m81 19511 \ attitude requires sonic refurbishing If It Is to be attractive to

The annual countywide search for the young lady who will\ Bales - --- I I I I I new\ Industry and new people,

wear the crown of Miss Clay County is under war according to MillioN ........ ......,..... IUU38U,3111,38UI3118; , ;
Bpraklng before more than 40 J.Jwho named David L.
David Talbott. executive director of the Mill Clay County - ,
Net Earnings i I I I I I I Talbott *. trw young man who has within the put year, con'

Pageant Deadline for entries has been set at Feb 15 . or until a MIllions) .. ... ...... . 12181 2Ui 2UI, 28&1 210: 234 I I'llEarlllniia .,. -d', trtbuted the mont. to his community, Mr Owtngs said that trees

suitable number of participants are accepted Already eight I per Shan I 3251 2811 2811 ::112 3141', 2131 24 I that have stood 1 for 2.000 years fell under the onslaught of so

county beauties have entered the contest However, Mr Tal Capital Expenditures I I I I I ": i small a menace' as beetles, HIT the samt token ht said a com

bott Is urging every citizen to become a talent scout and find Millions 121'1110121112281111) 12110'Gordon In"nlca" wither and (all before, dissension greed, gossip, and

other entries soon cooperation
must have attained the of 17 j -r-
in the contest ate
Competitors ;
Praising the hospitality that had been extended to him and
by next Labor Day and they may not be over 25 at that Ume
members of his staff since they cams to tnt county seven
They must be unmarried and possessed of charm personality, Craig Slated To Conway Owlngsi "A fair ""'. week fsr a fair ..,'. MfDsvU a <. "
months ago, the II year-old textile executive expressed treat
good moral character beauty of face and figure They must,
pride In the background and achievements of Burlington
Mr. Talbott says be able to talk for three minutes on their 'El .;a .i eCfly Ilurlltugton stresses above everything he said "'h. people
proposed careers and if they are not high school graduates, they Head County Red Cross
who work for tt The 141 Hurltngton plants around the world
must be seniors maintaining a minimum of a C average
art .\Othl".. WI art only as strong; as our staff. and w* can only
The winner of the contest will\ receive $500 toward completionof The Board of Directors of the County Chapter, American Ito eh r Sri product when they produce"

her education, a scholarship &to the Patricia Stevens Career Cross Is expected to name the Rev Gordon Craig, minister 01' The greatest contribution any community can make to the

College, in Jacksonville, and other prizes having a cash valueof the First Methodist Church Oreen Cove. Its new chairman ata success of a manufacturing plant Mr' Owtnga continued U
more than $1100 The winner will participate In the 1985 meeting to be held at 7:SO o'clock tonight In Omen Cove's understanding
(not 1N.20ss Florida Pageant.
First Methodist Church Many article produced and sold by Burlington the nation'slargeat
Entrants an urged to contact members Of I the pageant committee -
close to the board told Tbt Crescent deem textile manufacturer, art sold In competition with
for an Interview and aa application blank. Anyone know gjcurce* that
Uxules produced In the Per Fast! Japan Hoc* Kong, the Philippines
Inc UM.whsrsabouts of ft likely candidate JI urged to contact ftve! Postmaster Richard app would. at the same Utntyb*
either Mrs Rosen Ortcorjr. at UM Orange Park Pharmacy or named to'head the.annuat Red Cross fund-rawng drive to be ; In Vest Germany, Italy and France, where wages art
far lower than they art In the Untied. Stales. tlecaua. American
condoned throughout the county In March: Elliott Maguire Is
Mrs Jack Sum at-the Bank of Green Cove; or Randolph
i tcxtllt onsU cannot bt competitive with Imported lextltt, (I. 8.
Brunson at the Branson Purnlture Co, Oreen Cove slated' to be named cochalrman of the drive '
Y manufacturers must b* superior to maintain any degree tfMmpvUtlon.
If Mr. Craig Is chosen, ht will succeed tht Rev C. E. van der Thus, a company such as Burlington cannot afford

Peace Corps placement testa will be given at I.:JO o'clock. Maaten who has held the position for all years 4 sy+ UM luxury of those who fall lo product a fair/ week's work fora

Saturday, Feb < In Room 111 Federal Building. Gainesville, In recent weeks, Mr. Craig and Conway Owtngs. superintendent fair week's. pay *
and In the main Jacksonville Post Office building. of the Omen Cove Springs\ Tarn Company, have been ::1 JdiM# Burlington. Industries he said. pays at much as any companyIn

About 1V4, hours Is required to complete the tests Includedare added lo the board Iht Ustilt Industry and more than most

a 30-mlnuU general aptitude tent .'WI a 30-mlnutt modern I lie said that Bwrttngton looked forward to growing In this
language test Applicants who have any proficiency in Spanish aria, but hit said thai Its. contribution to the economic and social

or French are asked to take an additional one-hour language growth of the area was a two-way street tIn

achievement: tent In these languages designed to test Mrs. Hollingsworth Again concluding his remarks, he asked that his listeners Indulge

mastery of grammar. vocabulary and reading comprehension TslMi UM yang ""... wat did tat ml fee kit others" with the sane. measure of forgiveness with which they

Prior knowledge of a foreign language Is not required for .......1' .... pest. indulged &n.-I'H.
Heads Home Dcmonstations
-. AiwAher speaker al UM dlnntr Btalo
Peace Col'Pllt'nice. officials said | was Rp WUUam T,

Applicants who take the test must also submit a completed I Sheriffs To Cattlemen To l\uford.\ Jr. tf JsckeonvUl. who described samt of tht pitfalls
Peact, Corps questionnaire avallablt from moat post offices kf. Mr*. Wetland Shari of a freshmen legislator

collect Pesos Corp llasion officers, or from the Peace Corps I I Mr Tslbtttt, recipient tf the tlub'c tnatlngHlahtd service:
Washington 25. D. C Applicants who have not submitted the ('..MU) DrtegaltMn Honor Hall I Mct f Tonight sward, ha headed i see Ml** Clay County Pageant tor five

questionnaire earlier will be asked to complete one Immediately W C. Itollincsworth of Durtors Inlet was .reelected' peen When he was called to tnt speakers tAble to rtctrvt UM
after the testing. No applicant, take the test ft second' time president of the County Council of llomt Demonstration Clubs Sheriff John Hall will be The County CslUtnn's A* sward he lave what was characUrlSTd at a virtuoso perform

without special permission from the Peace Corp their annual elections! In UM courthout snnri !but w* tendered a testimonial banquet sncts I Jon will name ffUsri tee a"" at a rawmiUur.

There arc no passing or tatting marks on the placement test I M repmrntaUves from the county's eight .k'i" st the (Longs Washington HoUl tilt coming year at Its January Leapt Bhil. Jr pe sislenl of the club. presided at tnt mtt
and scores arc not released to applicants. Test results aid In I.t present In Jarksunvtllt on Pet I nears si .M c'cloek tonlghl I Inc Uurch Htump scud as master of ttrmonit*.

the selection process along with other criteria They help UM I Miss Helen D Holstein\ district home monstraUon \>r menibvrs of the Florida In th courthouse snnesKmmttl ,

Peac eCorp \to place applicants the most appropriate overseas led a discussion on th purposes of t County home Sheriffs AMorlalion. Rtrrlff I). McCaU acrUnof

assignments lion Council and Its part In furthering the eitn ton 0' .m\.1 I Hall will bt honotvd si the annual the SMuclatlon. said othtlUms

While most Peace Corps volunteers art collar graduates, a I I DMnonsUstlon program The election and discussion ...,. rnM-wtnUr oonferrtrt of tn tile agenda this even Berwick Anderson's Brother

college education Is not required If an awUcancaD offer a towel by t luncheon at which members' of tht Pvnnry Farms th* aatorlaUon for hi* all l tlmt log will be a diMUMion 01 UwKienMnMl ,

special skill or experience. Liberal arts collect graduate with. and Virginia\ value clubs acted u hoe'I -'. record" of' 14 pears In of flea. mtlng of, UM Clap
.. special "skills' art often used as teachers and community At a training court for officers following the luncheon PTM|* and Bradford County at .&.. Circuit Judge Died in Miami
Aim feature on lh* I dsyprecram ,
development workers I dents and VIce presidents were rrmindMl of th* duties ss !leaden Uoiis In February. At thai
To take UM placement teat, applicants must be American win a.* a Mt theCardidat.e" Wee\ Ralph Cllon. UU ....
of each clubs W' IbPnhlpe. Secretaries and tre.sur.r( were Shoeless for nrrutt Judge Rijbtrt It, Anderson a former geed
citlaens at least II year. of eye, There Is no upper age limit. urged U keep aecuraU rtcords luncheon st vtokheven sideswill. bt UM "principal" I ash ounl of UM Pl""olds fast Covet Railway Co, and an*.

Married couple may apply If they have no dependants under 11 TIlt Mltfdlrburg Club eitno the group an Invitation lo boW of the ann ullNd rsntfld weaker. I time prwUknt the Florid Itof Association. ins held ytsttf
Training win begin this summer to help fin requests 'for non Its Marth meeting' at the MhidWbu/g Civic CmUr i* for Iht forthcoming rubs FUns for IM4 .US b* I day In Miami"
than 'ooo volunteer to serve la 44 countries in Latin A/nert- .1M\ai raH win iprmttt and < will b ,,,1 dra.1
Other officers namH' art1: Mn Mildred McMillan of Oren up IM Judge Anderson. 71 posse old, who died suddenly M Monday
ca. Africa and Asia Hundreds af different sids art n o>d In Cot, vice pra >nt. Mrs Carol Onann. of Ml441Hirt. s crt- Iketa' tht *tlr* will .. Mr MrC a n oiled thai every s-st a brother' of Ihrrwlck. .. Anderson a leading tounty attorney

tht major fields of education agrteutfasr. health, construe Ban. Ury: Mrs Frank lUrrtnsUm. of M *4o.bror*. treasurer. Mrs nice throttle from neighboring m enb r of Ih ......Uan be MuraM al Button University, Jude Anp>rson prattltot]

engineering and community development. Wetland Short. .t f Penury Finns, council delegate and Mrs rounu 'They art: Brnff present. I I law In jMksnnvUlt from HIT until 1117 when IM mated to
-*- MsyVU Manning" of Ml44Uourf. alirmaU ...ar.... Th nr* lull; tMvaJ! County Sheriff Miami Until hit elevation" lo the Ctrtult Court ht wat ft partntr

Officials at Martnelsnd are atwtttrr' over aa expectant' lady affirm were Inu0r4 *.l Mrs Margaret R Nelson rownty ll... Ihl Car",. Sake Sheriff UTarVrough. Sheriff Pete R44sh. AkcruMJo In th* Miami MW firm tf ""..n. Amhrrsvn and McCarthy Rt
porpoise then Pmorwlnuon agentRcpublicans .1 ffsMou Chntff If asertlf Cr*.sM*. Postage quit UM .pea ti.e, tf U. sects. gars ago when. lie Wrsmtttuil I'
I J roungMo. Union .*rt/f Sheriff, WM FtlMf and MJohiM /.....
Taking full advantage of UM situation. UM mdt: to... II
described as \lazy, and dUsaUsfled\ wttn the dafl? fatten of It Jtbn WMuh. .a4. Jln4f.f Sheriff 1.0. I."" Jr lit ...... hit ...... MMarl* W And ra.nl: ft aaughUr
- - - Mule, An4r-, editor of UM woman'. pace tf the Miami rim
pounds of prepared food-fish (or llalt-Iooclt. to* t* toe Indolent Plan To
: aM; thrtt .4M, Nolan! Tlvraas Anderson tf Miami vtertraMly
swim about her,
to catch UM live mullet that ,,
Instead. ah habitually twins slowly la a tirtufef ptwrt,, Citizens School Committee " playwd a trading cola with Berwick Anderson In tuotnafwOy -
fithUng UM variout U.*uits raw agalMt th* City af
dated If datinc and comet fairy awake
ere as surly stem a Democrats
Oppose County (ben Cove ahead at ,.,...n&IIIcr salt to UM CHy tf Preen CoM
Over enters I her special., tjuartm to present fish t* .m.. khtrseetvts .
. a dally ration of eight ssuKJ-nuaUa ....... soa. Named Study Groups of UM Mtnsi prtiwrtr NH smith of UM 1ty;, IUtr>ar Anderson
coaled la her I food. Matt tf UM DnnorraUt pettUral) canOdstet tn UMwm edwnly of Mew Yeah CIt,: and Frederick. Andersen. tf Ice AngM.

When ah (rams .. e4. directly from the dtvtfl. "hand, face high calrt fUpMbUca optnitioei twit H.......r, The hisser gelid. C.... ... hoe. eel M ss mueaa/tk.s/ .N and two steles. : Katherine Andrrtnn and Modals Andersen

win bt released Into the grist Circular. OoMnartats. whrre Harold IUO. IUptdttlrt eswnty cbalnc*A. said this wwt.At Bert In UM tree of Mrrtmfcsm. fiae/we and Iafena.tb .. !with H Pn*..MJ..

wtfl rt more room to rant***. KM toast leant hanI-f."**.I a SMrunt; ...., rwntng of UM lUvwWiran ......., .*.. Ms*. J TrisjirU. tf Ore*.*. Pact ... pawl It) hedsaaveesywl4s ....-..

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nf her clearly at ........ H to prttslils. that one e f the ether thane .,. wffl OM W tMSMly UsaorsUt -InriswOiieits. he ia.4tH astfhseHf I* sale Mew ewe lanai.. ..-II.... They ant
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QIounttrCIre! reut otUkker Another $4,000,000 For Barge CanalThe


;/ : Orange Park : No Issues I can only wish there had been 20,000 rather than only 40

person there last Thursday night when Conway Owings tot up

The municipal election In Orange Park next Tuesday will. I I before the Oreen Cove Jaycees and told them some of the fact t

produce no issue For that reason It la not likely to produce of life in Clay County in January, 1964.

much fireworks or much of a turn-out. I Indeed, I can think of no statement that ha* been made by w., .. y 7i..

The intellectual and social caliber of all three candidates for anyone since I got here nearly two year ago that carried such
. for what it said and for what it did .
two seat on the Town Commission (salary: $250 a year) is way a wallop not say
above the national or atate average for a town of almost any as the brief and urbane speech delivered by this young newcomer.He .

alze. said Burlington Industries expects a fair d.,'* work fora ygoroacoteoara r { ,r ? tS r t.F.Ah' ,. iv rt w+ AetWra

With something like 700 qualified voters, it is not likely there fair day's pay

will. be any rush to the polls on Tuesday because the only thing I wonder what led him to say this

any candidate can say Is he will do the same thing a* well as or Is It possible that he is paying some of those who were

better than it has been done. for so many years on the government gravytralnT It Is a well-

The people of Orange Park have apparently settled upon a known fact that once a person Is employed by the U 8. Govern

course of developing the town as an attractive residential, family ment it Ia 1 virtually impossible to get rid of him. no matter how

community, They have eschewed Industry, bridges or anythingelse stupid or lazy he may be It i II possible there are still peopleIn

that will hamper this course of development. the county who believe that private Industry operates just

Of the three candidates, the two top vote-fetters will take like the federal government; that one may sit around grousing

the jobs. In the face of this lack of issues, of argument on whatto about everything all the long day and that private Industrycan

do and how to get it done, there will be almost certainly a stay in business

small, lacklustre turn-out. Burlington, the nation' largest textile manufacturer, is in a I
strange position. It has got to show a profit on its sales. And in proposed upcoming federal budget Includes another to the Oklswaha River" the article continue

many categories It* sales are in the deadliest competition with $4 million for further construction on the Cross Florida Barge These are rocks of high grade averaging nearly 100 per

textiles produced In Japan Hong Kong, West Germany Italy Canal, a drawing of which appears above. cent magnaslum and calcium carbonates. More than 200 mlnu
The c.na1-J2 feet ISO feet wide will the factoring include limestone or dolomite a* a nece-
Under The and other such place where wage are inflnitesmal compared deep and cross processes
- RugSometimes to the minimum wage which the U. S. Oovemment demandsan I state from a point 20 river miles below Palatka to Yankeetownon wry base material. Few of these industries are presently located

American employer pay his people. the Gulf Coast In Florida.

headline writers are funnier than they Intend to be. Congress has already appropriated II million for a start on "Pure limestone, relatively scarce in many states, is used for
Mr. Owings said that though a tree stand for 2,000 years, It
One such Instance was to be found in a Sunday headline In could be killed In a trice by beetle or other inaect: And then construction of the waterway which will substantially shorten roads In Florida at about a dollar a ton It is estimated htat

the Florida Tlme.Unlolwhich read: "LBJ Drops Baker Issue." drawing his analogy to fit the local situation, he added that an the barge travel distance between the Mississippi River and the same limestone when processed into lime cement, paint
Atlantic seaboard ports. The saving In distance will be lilt miles could five to ten dollars
fillers, toothpaste and like uses bring
The headline would not have been nearly so funny it the area can wither and die If its vital are attacked by greed,
lees than the open water route around the Florida Keys and
writer had put it more succinctly and written: "LBJ Tries To gossip, dissension and non-cooperation. per ton.
300 miles shorter than the route through thefootdeep Okee Clay Deposits Cited *
Drop Hot Potato"For I wonder what led him to say this. .
the fact U the implication that have recently been .'The state', hard-rock phosphate resources are located closeto
Why would only month In
a young man seven our midst breaking ceremonies for the canal, scheduled to take
brought out In Senate hearing as to the relationship betweenthe the present channel contours in Levy and Citrus counties
bring up the subject: of greed gossip, dissension and
non- in the
place near future, will mark the culmination of a dream Florida
President and his former protegee, Bobby Baker, have cooperation Perhaps the greatest need for mineral development in
that back ISO .
goes nearly
raised an Issue which it ls not likely the President can easily years.When would be the structural clay deposit near the canal.
I'll tell If don't know. Andrew Jackson named Florida's first
drop. you you was governor "Clay pipe tile, brick and lightweight clay aggregate an
He said It because we are cursed with all of them, not by the under American rule In 1121 he proposed a cross-state canal . Florida but the nearest sources are
demand throughout
A national hue and cry was quite properly raised several years In great
majority but by a highly articulate and active minority Hunger for military and economic reasons.
Pensacola The developmentof
ago when It was revealed that Sherman Adams, President Elsenhower's In Alabama Georgia and the area.
chief of staff, had accepted expensive gifts from I I., as David Talbott would say, a euphemistic term for greed And I Six years later, In 1827, John Lee Williams published his these clay deposits will be accelerated by barge transportationand
per hunger ls all around us; hunger for power, hunger for money . "A View of West Florida" In which he urged construction of a result in expanded marketing operation."
up.hot' probably
sons desiring favors of the federal government. The
was. Mr Adams' fortunate retirement to the New Hampshire yes, even hunger for the property of others The gossip around u'I II. cross-state canal, from the St. Johns River to the Buwannee As John Lee Wilson said in his 1S27 book, the canal will

hills from whence he had come. Is epidemic and frequently evil. It Is no good to go to church River to the Gulf The writer pointed out the canal could be result In "a most Important revolution In commeroe"Helm
and pray and then go out among our neighbors and damn the I built for 1500,000, the annual cost to Insurance companies on
As vice president, Mr Johnson U said to have accepted a
man who wasn't In church. We'd do better, all of us, to stay shipping lost going around the Keys (Present estimated cost
relatively expensive gift from either Baker or some associate
home on Sunday Dissension and non-cooperation are the manifestations of the canal Is 1158 million.)
of Baker's. With three decades of experience In Washington, did
I think, of Idleness and sloth During the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the idea
he not know such gift, while not Illegal, art likely to cast .
These people . I have no way of knowing whether they of the canal was revived and some money.. appropriated and
doubts on the motives of both the giver and the taker
number two or two hundred . who go home every week witha spent on the project. It died, apparently, in the face of opposition
The President was not very astute in accepting) the gift. As ;
check when have based on the Idea that the sea-level canal would allow 4ij_
Burlington they failed to give a fair week'swork
one who 1 1.1 regarded as a master politician, he was even leas
astute in trying to shove It under the rug for a fair week's pay are only a few of the beetles who, If salt water to poison the fresh water supply along Its route.In ij Funeral Home
they prevail will destroy our marvelous opportunity The others 1942, Congress authorized the canal with a series of locks

are the gossips who alt around day In and day out hashing and to keep the sea water out of the Interior and to provide conoml-

rehashing the foolish tales of their nelfhbors fortunes or mis-I cal barge transportation between Atlantic port and the Gulf CHARLES h HELM

fortunes. And the worst of the lot are the greedy ones, those According to an article In the Oct. 1883 Issue of Lawyer* Title
Green Cove Lions To Have whose lust ls so frenetic they cannot keep their hands oft what I News, the canal will be "a prim mover In the industrial development R' Funeral Director

belongs to others, of the state through enhancement of plant site

Ken Griffith ShowThe If we are to keep the 1720,000-annual payroll of the Green I locations."This: kind of fringe benefit has been observable along such Phone 284-9690
Cove Springs Yarn Company; if we are to get and hold the
other waterways as the Ohio Valley, the Oulf Interooutal and
small miracle of Johns-Manvllle, Mr, Owings words will haveto GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
Oreen Cove Spring. enoe across the nation Now be weighed carefully by all of us. If wt do not cbangi we the Houston Canal. The canal will cut through extensive' f- IIWT.' II EAST F. O- BOX 44)

Lion Club will present the Ktn i I' Ken Griffin Will present them will surely go back to where we were a tear ago when, as one posits of dolomite and limestone. along the area from the Offlf

Griffith TV ThriU-Orama show' here In person In the two-houi congressman put It to me, there was so little, the people were

In the auditorium of the Green i I variety, mystery revue. I I eating each other

Cove Junior High School twiceon Are these illusions aooom As Mr Owlnis concluded his speech the other night, let us

Feb 18. pllshed through camera tricks find It In ourselves to forgive others In the same measure we
An afternoon show will be Oriffln say no, and that 'I' forgive ourselves I

presented for students at :3:30 will be pleased to show h'j' But for the love of all that Is good and decent Il'tII not
o'clock.: Student ticket may br public that they C.Ibe muff this future that
great we have within our grasp by
purchased at the door for 38 formed before their eyes without -I goislp or freed or dissension or non-cooperation. The Bank of Green Cove Springs

cent. Ticket for the evening resorting to camera angles |, .. _
show at 7:30, o'clock will be film cutting or any other subterfuge -| I

priced at (0 cents for students' that might be used or .. .,..-

and ".25 for adult I I I I television show. J

The alg-act show, which hai''I Ralph Mllberger, president' I

been called an outsanding hit of the Often Cove Springs 4-H ClubBy .

on various television hoWl Lions Club, sari show

feature the Floating Princessthe come to Green Cove highly A 4 h t

Buu Saw Illusion, The Decapitation recommended a* wonderful entertalnrnent ,,4e
The Inra Flame for all al" '" Advance News j jI

Dance Th Houdlnl Trunk Escape > ale adult tickets, at a + jj

and The Haunted Totem reduced price, may be purchased

Lodge, all of which have thrilled from any Lions Club mem
and puttied television eudl her :

I (we,.. M. Owens Jr. and tundra I. Reese, II

] One of the first objectivesof almost entirely by Junior Leaden IMPROVE or

Cabul Lodge Has 4 II Club work U to develop They art a* cabin leaders

leadership. Many of Clay Coun- assembly trader, organlw skits I MODERNIZEyour

ty's older 4 Hers art part! kerp canteen, lead singing cart

program air II:nl''' and have fun Junioi HOME

I The junior loader arm In leader help org ,ule and carry
of Cabul Lodge, F strength In the community.Cabul II
their own club by helping newer out club service" projects social
*. A. M.. celebrated the 14th.nnl"ry Lodge< has, never wavered I and teas etprrlenred mem" and other activities

of the lodge or from Its duty of keeping t her They make U tlirlr, bu> flume of the strU. In the Modern >>
.an eye c)1our public schools;
Monday January 30. I I lit has Incas to aid others" In solvlm MIM 4-11 Club in Green
rrvrr from helping
the mysteries of filling in project Cove are working ..UIrouPf! : HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANSf4HSAl
The meeting was well air their fellow man\ when his
record book They ate of younger 4 Her Time girls
tended by members and visItort. necessities. require help: It lift
help leech the skills nerewar along w Ith \their adult! helpersmeet I
r including two past district promoted the welfare of thl TITLE 1
.I to complete requirements !mUM with fifth and sixth
deputy grand masters community freely l and eanvttI .
rewords grade 4 I II girls and work en
Bros. Ed Brown and Charles ]I 111; but, most Important mem. 10 INS tr TO IUN --- I TMIH TO REFIT
| 411 hs wide their Individual project. The
many county <<
Maltby of Orren Cove Sprints bell of UM lodge Uk pride In I
activities such as f>mon tr Junior leadership mimnslblUly .- - -
and Hasting retpecUrrly and continuing the practice of *>v
lion ('\ar.. r>rr** heroes. Flay U a chance for 4-ll'en U
the present district deputy Ins mash assisting (the feeble | NEED ANOTHER ROOM
l.y, Judging tram and camp grow and learn to serve other
grand master, Emmett Campbell guiding the blind, railing up NEED Rtrm
or ANT Klan
Junior leader trietruelvT
help creates and to be InvolvedIn -
of HasUrw the do..ntroddt'1promouna Mil A CAR FORT IIOISC SEED FAINTING'
handle reUtratlon, and. brat ...mlna to plan and carryout I
A very entertaining program learning, fearing God and Imploring
of all parUrliwU themielmand the plan to share thin
was rendered Rainbow by Girls a complementfrom Assembly happlnea III mercy and hop foe inspire other to follow. I they've .teamed with other and u IF SO, STOP BY THE BANK AND SEE OUR

'I Th Clay County Camp Ir I to have an unlimited future In
No. T7 followed by a brief history The celebration closed with
Use summer ls planned and 411.
of Cabal Lodi dcllveitd I|' th* announcement that a Pelt LOAN DEPARTMENT OR CALL 284.3650

by the secretary M Calvin Wllcoi. .j low ship Degree would be held ,

It was noted that this fraternity -' at tht lodge next Monday. TNI OR CO 4-9583 FOR INFORMATION
ha walked hand Ir.I Worshipful Muter V. L. Ashley 0o

hand with growth and develop,>. Invited all members and i
resent of Green Covt and haibeen visitors to b* prvent on that ;NEW AND USED CARS

and still Is. a pillar of evening. The County's Oldest and Largest Dank

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: SI1RO>'F TUESDAY Tuesday pancake supper at the
NewsGreen Named By BUrlin | PANCAKE 81FFFR : Episcopal parrlsh house on St
I II Johns Avenue on Tuesday
I The Fpincopal Young February 11 beginning at 5:30
Cove Spring Chapter secretary: Mn Betty Roselle ; ; I| men ot 8t Mary's ChIU'th-1 clock and continuing until
No 45, Order of the Eastern treasurer: and Mr. Thad Cross I 1J he r d f| Church Mil, again 1'30. The public U encouraged
Star held its regular meeting ley, sentinel Installation wWI ;.., ;, hold their annual Shrove \U attend and enjoy the pancakes '
and election of officers Thun be on Saturday. February 23 wt 5, and help the young peo
day, January 23, at < o'clock i I Mn Irene Johns worthy' .1.. mony I ple with this project
The following officers were grand matron. Grand Chapter I
The bride IB the' daughter.. ol -- -
elected: Mrs Alma Miller, worthy of Florida, will make her olfl- I L : --
Mrs Rosemary Eddy and the
matron, Mr. Graham Bel- clal visit to chapter 4i on Saturday ... -' :or "., groom Is, the son of Mr and Mvlano Moodards com
ick, worthy patron, Mn Eleanor Feb I, This special j U TillAS4R
'I Mrs Rufus Garland Dal s. both pleilon rare program
Fltzslmmons, associate meeting will be held at the I ot harts CoVI'FoIIrorll'd for the womanwho
matron, Mr, Horace Knight Junior high school: auditoriumat want to look as good
associate patron, Mrs MaryEllen 8 p.m. and the worthy mat by her uncle But LONG as she
ir Gerald N Iiyrd. (lie\ bride chose aa ran an
Selick, conductress; Mr ron, Mrs Pauline Croasley NO FILLER, NO
Billie Wilcox, associate conductress urges all members to be present a while mohair nylon suit with ASTE ean to rub off and throw
: Mn Ethel Knight a tong latket and a sheath ,
urine moneywhile
akin tlt'hilt was ahl sway you
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mink pillbox with! a clrculsi saving your skin from
veil She carr lcd a white Bible dehydration discoloration
u centered ash white orrhidMrs and flogged' up porN that
Final Store- WideClearance +wlf a \
literally ehoao the lift sal
lour J"dl\, matron of
I of the outer !layer of skin
donor, worn a pink silk organt GLOKrYTONF
rabalnu CI FAN
I drew. Her heaiiplroe was a .
and SI Moisterher
I matching bai\drau with a clr
ON SALE through Ian
cularrll. She carried! a colon
3til ".IS !I. tour PAMTOUT >
? I 'lal nonrgay'' of pink and white yewwhilesaving
cep to a new
I carnations for the falser In.
PNOIO ST Gras Icons Jerry Clrvlimer served u II Is
I rustle your lace your
I best man The ushers. were "on and only'
Fall Dresses prerlous
1 less Bothwcll Weds Johnny' Jimmy I IVIrs. brother of the Imtraetlona are FREE with
I gnxnn. and Jimmy Ilothwrl' NOOnilOATlON. TRTbe-.
and Jrrry 1\oU.I1, brother .
Duties Candlelight of the bridevnllowing fore you buyKATULEEN
HURRY DOWN FOR By) "ut.Conl"ll.IInl .
veteran of SI service with Hurling I I )" a reception In the
James filer st rears f Trained and
ton industries ins, has been named pUnt overseer at the fI In a candlelight ceremony at Ann IWithwell and Johnny church social rooms the couple
1/2 Green Cove Sprint Yarn ('0., according .. an announce the Hickory drove HapUat I>aleo were. united In marriage I left on a short wedding trip Fndorsed by the O C. 8HtPKR
meet made this week by Conway Owing, superintendent Church last Friday evening at|The lUv A I), Martin offlcl.i They ",tll reside In Green Cove rtione 114-Jill -
MUST SELL. Mr. Islejr, 17 years old Is a native of BurUntton, N. C. Ho I 7.30 o'clockJies. Rosemary.i ated at the double ring tees Bprtngs,
and his wife, Mrs Marlon Icky, and their two children ---- -- -- - -

OUT THEY 60 PRICE th Edward: %near future 7, and Joan 2, plan to move lo Green Core In

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Ever)'body\\ ho wants :aWildcat, ploasc! stand up. ::! .c.ErJ.r.1.rmgaJ. .

Everybody'\ho wants: Skylark, please stand up. I

E\'cf'hody: \\ ho wants :a Riviera, please stand up.

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Country Garden Club I Meadowbrook I GREEN COVE BOWLING Commission Race

I Won Lost In Orange Park

Sales CompanyIs Magnolia ..., ....... 414! 34 H
To Remain NonFederatedThe
I Professors ......... .... 41 33

1 Chartered Untouchables ........ 41 33

Country Garden Club, of Mrs. Busbee presented a program I I Jokers .................... 40 38 I.I
Doctors Inlet, voted at Its January on shrubs and trees .
Scott. Letter and N V. Nl-
Drivers ........ ........ 38 40
meeting last week to re which are easy to care for In houl, both of Orange Park, and
Kingfishers ............ 38 40
main non-federated for another the local climate. Most of the R. R Coleman, of Jackson

year. plants she spoke on are not vllle, h*. e been granted a charter i I Champions ?...... 3414 414
1 affected by the cold weatherof incorporating Meadowbrook Balls ................ 34 42
A movement to have the club
north Florida winters I II Sales to Tom I
Co according I
affiliate with the Federation I I Magnolia dropped the Kingfishers .
A luncheon followed the
of State Garden Clubs was defeated Adams, secretary..oX,state.. : 4 to 0 and moved back

by a vote of 12 to 8. ,meeting The company, with officer i I, Into first place by'% game
I at 113 Parkwood Drive, Orange Only 7'/4
Members of the club, meeting Mrs S E. Hlckerson I games separate the
at the home of Mrs Eliza-I I II I Park, will deal In real estate 'I top from the bottom. Tom
beth Boone on Black Creek, decided and conatructton I Durrance had a high set of 659

to visit the hothouses and Virtually the. worlds entire The charter authorizes issuance while Homer Christians 211 kA

gardens at Raiford Prison on crop of jumping beam comet of 500 shares of common I: and Harry Blackmon'i 213 were j.'v.. :- ..": : ,
June 1, A plcnlo lunch in from the town of Alamos In the stock: with a par value of $20I high singles. Mary Everett's
Starke Is to follow the Ralford Mexican state of Sonora.I I I a share. I I 4(8 was high for the women
Hoyt B. Cotney James E, Yong. lUrold II. Broom
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visit A committee comprising

Mrs. B. A Busbee, Mrs A 8 Hoyt B. Cotney a veteran of 20 years service on the Orange mission U the drainage situation Until it Is satisfactorily solved

Relnoehl and Mrs J. P. Clark I M H C & Penney Farms Park Town Commission: James E Yonge, Orange Park attorney he said, there Is not much sense In thinking about a sewerage

was named to make recommen who was elected to the commission three years ago, and Harley system or even of paving additional streets. He said he believedhe
dations at the February meet H Broom, Orange Park realtor had qualified last week to run could be of some service to the town in the solution of its

ing on a list of books which : Reporter! !MRS. IIIRI1ERT: D. MYERS Phone S29.8111 for Uo seats on the Town Commission The town election problems and he emphasized It was vital to the towns futureto

would be appropriate to give will be held from 7am, to 7 p.m. next Tuesday. Mr. Cotney keep Its present atmosphere.Mr. .
the Raiford garden library PADGETT GRADUATED the Aviation Ordnanceman Dr. Octty was the author ol lieutenant commander, is relative
retired a
I said during the years of his service on the commission the town Broom a Navy
when the visit is made. I School at the Naval Air Technical 'I several book. On November 27 I lie he does not believe In presenting religious
Robert J. Padgett, aviation I had undergone a vast development and growth and he expresseda newcomer. says
A report made the Training Unit, Jackson 1933, lie married Miss Mamie fraternal affiliations method of getting votes Expressing
was on ordnanceman airman U8N hope he would be allowed to continue in his position to help or as a
planting on Arbor Day of twc| son of Mr, and Mrs. William villa The 18-week course cov,I Ragan at Columbia Tenn shape the towns future. I pride In the personal support he has lent to various civic projects .

redbud trees and a magnoliatree Padgett, Jr., of Orange Park era the fundamentals of the They took up residence In MIIC Mr Yonge said even within the past three years the com in Orange Park In his 8-year residence In the county, he
at the Doctors Inlet aviation ordnance field, ''Ion JUlie 28, 1948 to his work with the Boy Scouts the Boosters Club the
was graduated Jan 17 from mission has begun and all but completed a master toning plan pointed
echool I Ing various guns, Includ.I' A service In memory of Dr which will be acted. on by the. commission within the next few / Lions and other organizations He said he felt that Orange

rockets. I Octty was conducted In the months lie pointed further to the completion within the past Park should become "the finest family community the state"

Penney Memorial Church on three years of the town's civic center, the addition of new streetlights a goal which he said would require good government He said
DR GEORGE: GETTY ,, January 22 by the Rev Charlet and the Improvement In the town garbage collection sys I he felt he was well qualified to do a good job for the town
DIED JANUARY 11 M. Ackerman, with Mrs T. S .
tern He said the next problem that needs attention by the comirom -
Cleaver at the organ --- -
The Rev, Dr George Albert I
Octty, a resident of MIIC, Penney New Jersey Recent Clients I The Rotunda of the United About 59 per cent of the
Farms for more than 17 From Illinois I States Capitol was a no man'i moons surface is visible from
Fight BIRTH year., died In the Mary M. Olin Mr. and Mrs D Philip Lock, The Rev and Mrs Percy O Recent weekend guests in the! land in early days because neither the earth at various times because

Clinic on Jan. 10, lint of Urbana, Ill? have madea Seattle of Paterson, N. J are : home of Rev and Mrs Bennett House nor Senate would of lunar oscillations

Dr. Oetty wu born In Balll I quick trip to visit his brother spending a few days visiting' Curtis were Mr, and Mrs Ales assume responsibility for It known as llbratlons The remaining
mow March 10, 1872 He attended and sliter-ln-law at Penney Mrs. M. E. Crosby and Mrs M M. Huntsman of Montpeller according to the National Oeo 41 per cent has never
DEFECTSmmmm Baltimore City College Farms Mr Locklin Is professor T French whom they have I Vt. Other visitors from the graphic Peddlers moved in been seen by man

Gettysburg College, at which I II of Economics at the Universityof known from former days In Green Mountain state were Mr Visitors could buy apple peelers ---

time he was made. a member Illinois. I Beverly, Mass. and St. Petersburg I and Mrs. Ray Winchester of or corn shelters, or viewa Bill. the Kent Loral iSrwipapralue

f of Phi Beta Kappa and the I Mr. Seattle Is now the Brattleboro, who were dinner I I, panorama of Paris for 5C \ In Clay County, Florida
fr4 t wl associate of the Broadway I dents I $4.00 t .00
t l Gettysburg. Theological Bern left Saturday I pastor guests of the Curtlses Friday I year yean 16
(nary. He. was ordained In 1894 I Edward O Nagle left last Baptist Church in Patei I --- -

? .r i > \ \ and served' for IS years In the I Saturday with Dr Allff, hi son '

. Lutheran ministry. Gettysburg. son-in.law, for Charleston, West j prom Pennsylvania 'Why Wasn't I Born Like Other Kids?
College Conferred upon him, In Va. They "report! a good trip
Milling Mother Mrs H. C. Erdman recently'
1914. the degree of Doctor of with Mr. Nagle feeling much
enjoyed a four-day visit from
Divinity better | The Rev and Mrs II P Robbins -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, mho
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of the Oakdale, Mass Methodist -
have come each year for the
| Church are spending a Iyf
last five years since Mr. Erd
I couple of weeks with his mo
man died The 8nydt'nho v
thrr. Mrs M O Robblns Oak
are from Paxlnos, Penn SC
h dale Is near Worcester Mr and
t miles north of Harrisburg, were
Mrs Robbins. In their former
on their way to 8t Petersburg
charge at Lromlnster Mass
where they go every year tot
where they In charge foi
the winter months Mr Snyder ,
twelve years started a move Is connected with the bank in ai
ment at that time for r
a new a
1 Paxlnos and 1s also retired post
church there seating about 890prrnons
master of Paxlnos Within
. That church I /
s : new
;I Ii halt an hour after the Soy
It being built. Mr and Mrs
r now
den left the Rev and Mr
ewv1 ( Robbins with his mother, left
n' ,
rCr ae.n.w j John Barnes called to see Mr
for Vrro Beach where
i Erdman. He Is pastor of the
they will visit relatives. 1'\e
.I BurkltUvllle Md 8t Paul'sLutheran
Church where M'

M.It KrtiU .1 years Erdman was a pastor for S) f14k \ T--:

I t '
The Rev and Mis Martin
,...rje".N5..M ,...,.
V8 H Kraut had as their guests tltrni Guild :Meeting .. .
big new power I I last week Mr and Mrs Covert ,

brown from 11 uawn, Mo Tin Mrs Ono B Coons organistof
self-adjusting Drowns were .returning from the Penney Mrmorta L
big new brakes an ute""l\e cruise of (the CarIbbean Church and a member of thOivanlst < MARCH tf DIMES

Mr Brown will b* o 's Guild and Dr BlUr ,- .

,, delegate to the Onrral Confer R Truscott, director of music C / 1'lcdc9c

race. and oleo! to the Jurtodtc accompanied by Mr TnwxrttvumVd -
!Banal Conference of the Mrihodut the slat meeting 01) CITIZEN(wJ SCIENTIST '
I Church The Itroviuboth the J..tlt'lIIf'. dl'ltrt, 11, .' UNITED 'n4IiOUCI4: THEe : \
speakers of the Nssi American Guild of Oral1uu
hr'ii at Stetson t'nn .:\ CONQUERS
l UiyrnrnsiworUtlon ol I -
Methodist Church Mnn lit land last week BIRTH DEFECTS
) \'.n and Mr Kat wend

l. ," I in the! same Iowa com l rI
",tr attend the same hUh :Murrhce'mwt

,.*>ool and through, the year.

:ass had I iiitlnutr contact nce Agency
a :*i Iowa Methodist

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'Ialtf'il hers ADIUAnUtAN _ulney Tire Service
Th Rr and Mr Glenn P

Oukiw their daughter\ Jae (., rark"
_c..... ._ ._ ''q\M'tltw. and their son Kevin Krag Jsek.mr.lto.

CHEVY H by Chevrolet I recently visited XIHC as guests PDoewi. L'\' .JU1 ., 9c' 4.(491

ol Also Itrulah Mat Itofcb Mr *.. RIDURDPben NtRRllr.
Not New brutes match this too. 11iCt"f. a duarpste 'I Clulow U pU> of the BU
to big iwrformanc' airy power .
You don't ne* mor'V'ou'll\ quickly at. w.hy w hen you chck the'61Chevy U. h *t foster bU-adjusting, to save you muney Itch r ao win Memorial Methodist TIRE
There are two new higher twrformanc' optK\IIal..t.ln. rare features "Include IVloolrow rrnmtor and a fully aluml I Church at UtUrmtfW aid' 4T3-47M
cost :for t.o plr\ from.CM Is Chevrolet'*strapping salved ", utn.,. --- --4 P- "1PPlGR
engines you
UI -hp 1arbo.18, The other" .U a new, chromt-trimmJ Chary U .U smartly\ styled outsW.. C'IM1\IIIIt.w. laude.15S .
Turbo m... $... Then arvsi lot of models. terhooM from. A lot M extra cost virlnl\G
-hp -
If...'.. got a mountain to elimb. or a truck to acrwBorfc lo rusUtmlMi. It hut about. any -ayyou'd "teeewtsale Ilw ....".
that Wav tttHrone kV*. Aed a whole U ol fit* to knok ,fonraH St USING
the ran
pass are engines .I 1...j ,,. At low cmt." TNt drive Chevy II at :
behind In ract..thll nw Chevy U to. a vtry << cf;
safely _
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packs a wallop ewy-Iwl't but in your wallet" your Chevrolet d.4W'ssoot." ,out his ,111! to ta* LARGEsT!

THE CHEAT HIGHWAY rEHFORMEKS Ck vr 4 l.t a.ev..IU Chevy U Cwvalr Cwtttt Get a jrtt biff pi **> of food, shmdj country' Iud [Distributor. Miller Tires ,\utoit) lUtttric

_, ... S' fttreit,,of.roans CAeerui4 SAosr.wwt _. .__ _......... \Vlth the old twimmlnj hole! nearby

Tracts from 1575. np. Esuy terms sad. is

See U. for your Real Estate X wJ* i\MJK: 1'\J RK:

ROBERTS CHEVROLETOrange I S. E. McKAY Sirs":air lIti'lII K M
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; JANUARY 31. 1M4 Clay( County Crescent!! FACE rIft .

Home Demonstation Officers I Rainbow Girls r- For Sale ; For College

Get Instruction
rMV'! ' 'd'. -+ 1
;." .'
r At r I
+ Members of Green Cove Asscmbly .

Jl Order of the Rainbow
I t for Olrls met at the Masonic
Hall last Saturday for a school
I of Instruction
The school was conducted by i

Mrs Nancy Rome, chairman,
1M and Mrs Mertle A LrClalre I I SI .1VZ
j 1 ,Ice- halmlan of the advisory I I'
I board and Mn Annabel Loftln,II''

\ . mother advisor Past worth
advisors. Leslie Rome Judy I) a.
Jones and Carol Spearman assisted r .;

: A luncheon .u prepared b,
Richard Loftln and was served)
New officer were Installed lest week br the County at noon by board members
Council of Home Demonstration Club They are shown Mrs Mae Hendrlcks Mr
above. L to r.t! Mr. Maybelle :Manning;, alternate delegate; Louise Smith and Mrs Lots
Mr*. \\elland Short, council dfleateIn.:: Frank Harrington Gravely n
treasurer) Mr. Carol Gnann. secretary Mrs. Mildred Rainbow girls attending were "
McMllUn, vice president; and :Mrs W. C. lIolUngworth. Ann Loftln. worthy advisor + 9 tH
president. In the second row li 11n.Iararf&:: R. Nelson I : Brenda Tyre, Janis Eschux
County Home Demonstration. mho Installed the officer. Wendy Jensen Lorrtta Morris .J
y'3rr . I Melba Bryan Cynthia Harris
Col. Ray Ma&sengale spent Page Long Lynda Kenney
"''o days here last week visit. Green CoreGarden Christel Mllberger, Joanne --Ai
Tarot Baker, II and her younger brother, what honor they com off with, Carl and I
rig\ friends He was enroute to Swanson. Patsy tHU-raon, Lei .
I lie Rome. Carol Fdwln. It, display the 1,000-pound plus Edwin have been railing /rlae-winnlag '
:untie from Atlanta. Judy Jones
Club steer' they will eihlblt at the I ends Mat steers under the county I.II programs fee
Spearman Sharrlp Uarrle Kar
PHOTO ST CINI Ion I I Fair at Tampa .n let I. The pair ef Slack aeveral year now. Pi-weed fron Iho sale. .
en Harris, Judy LrClalre. Kitty
'I Miss McCornuck Angus animals will .bo aartloned on the of the steers la going toward their allege .
Mr Carlisle Harris and I Dianne Turner.CART
Has ,1fcelmgI I day after their eihlblllon' and the auction education.
A SAFETY REMINDER ) Or THANKS price prr pound on the hoof will depend .n

The Oreen Cove Springs Oar United In Marriage We! wish to think our many
from THE TRAVELERSand I den Club held a joint meeting friends for their deeds of kind1ness I

yourTRAVELERS last Saturday at the Elks I Miss Sue Ellen McCormick length veil was held by a crown I the many, words beautiful of sympathy floral offer and'! . .. .... ..
Lodge daughter of Mr. and Mrs John of seed pearls She carried a ,J/I> "
Mn C Holt hUll during the bereavement ol' f' ....
Poster president
AGENT L. McCormick, and George+ colonial nosegay bouquet ol :.
called the meeting to order our beloved mother MARY ", ... .
Carlisle, son of Mr and Mn sweetheart roses and carnatolns i
., ., .
/ I '
and Introduced the follow George L Carlisle were unitedin I' '
I Ins guests: Mrs Cathy Sample marriage last Friday evening The Smith Family ... "
Mrs Thomas William, Mb at t o'clock In the Preibyterlan Miss Sally McCormick washer I ; r:
Pamela Partln Miss Linda Church. The Rev sitter maid of-honor and COMING UBRL'ART' lilt "
Smith Mrs Arthur Kummn Richard O Joharuen performed with I r '" '. .' ..,.o ..N"

and Mrs Doris Lucas. the double ring ceremony ( .' :I 1-11". .
Alter a short business meet The bride mho was given In coat Her bouquet was a nosegay _," '"" 1". .'. :

ing, Mrs Sample gave a talk marriage by her father, more of carnations, i ..pH"
on Trees." particularly the a street-length gown of em I,, Terry Carlisle! served as best
planting of new varieties broidered silk organza featuring man for his brother
Mrs Arthur Hummer of St a full tiered skirt and fit I 1 Following the ceremony the .
Augustine, conducted the .'ork'shop ted bodice with a scalloped couple left (for a short wedding \ .
e \
on the arrangement ot neckline and matching full trip They mill reside! In Green :If'
fresh and dried flomers She length mitts Her shoulder t Cote Springs ( roev w rapt tP \ .1--'
introduced Mrs, Mac :
was by gr I1r \iC"t.
USE YOUR Carlley, program chairman A diprr ..

HoRtfues for this meeting Green Cove SocialsIn I II ..
Mrs A B Reid Mrs
SEAT BELTS. . mere 'I I ...

Louise Batten Mrs J A, Park. CjalnnvllleMr tlllRdl GROIN! TO y 1 t ....., "'_ ....' ,. ._J..
Mrs W. It Olo\er Mrs '
Thtt di Mt* Ilea and nJiKtHTfci !" er and Mrs Prank Bryst MEET: Tt F8DATI ) I as -
""i. Injuries. In the lnUrcsl Helen Shaw and Mrs J R and their daughter, Mefta Ann I j fra.ra t a ,a i.g Dews the road. si the homo of the Tamp MhlbllUn and sale. to Iho O aU. lUtitk-
of >our safety, The Trsvelcr Fuller-ton, aprnt Sunday with their son I The Woman Society ol Hater. Edwin and Tony lUacr II'pear eastern rat "....k "how All four iler

.urges n added you'iixentive to M* seat, the! 1>MedicalPayment &011.. As - -. --- .- and daughU-r-ln Mr and Christian Methodist Service Church of will the meetI First Sponsored by old ..... Donny, sham oil (wo other niacliAniv weigh out al mar than I.It* ...ftd* oa.a.IN :
Mrs Melvin Bryan In Gaines I lien Club this weekend fee
deer which
I go
( I limits on Travelers
I Jointly with the Wesleyan Brr .
Green Cov N,rint
villa, -
Aul.im.hll 1'011.1. I
" aulo. II
| vice Guild for a dinner meetingat
nulkally h dwihled-al no addilMHUl I YOU /
1:10; clock Tuesday at the
L.-If )MI art using I Relatives VisitRelaUvea
cat lists 1 al the time fA an lUND visiting In the church j I
aukkntCruldl Mr Stacy Geiger, chairman j
C" home of Mr and Mr Earl J I
I yourself and your family {I for the program, has as guest
Weedman and Mrs Mary Pa
by In"allin.al belt and suing speaker Mr II E Zlnk dlatrlct f
cettl over the weekend were 2for11e
(hem. Mr and Mr W W ftonaldmr president of the won//
For information about an'* Society of Christian.. fVrr'
and their children: Beverly ,
Tr Woody and Jeffrey of Miami
/ rail HIJ district secretary of the Wea'
Oall- I I Iryan rVrvlrc Guild, both 011

J 11 SLATER SMITH Y Attend Mr and Mr Edwin B OuUfaon ,. Jacksonville I

IS V Orange Are.mi I Ball In attended Jacksonville the Symphony recently ,, \ "CI\'II.- --- -din--TOIIOIII Buy One - Get One Free

, :scene: SPRINGS. uTM .\ When vet drive over annlw'ured Honored guest for the orraslor( 'ol''IIIR"IIn : I
railroad l citMing too was the Jlpal1l'M' ambassador llStlllOS
-"" fact to allow you to atop Instantly RyuJI Takeurhi Mr and Mrs
tlimiM IISHIUCf CMSMJ if f a tram a,1'AI "_'- Oustafaon were gural of Mr The V I A Frdrrated Wornan' STARTS THURSDAY JANUARY 30TH
MKTfOMI. CON.tCt Vt ,.,.". /M (a saf.y(0.5.4. and Mr C O Whlttarrr ol Club of Green Cote .11'!! I ,
- Jarklom Isle hold Its regular luiwhron m"tIII'

gagr-rir Guests Isis Meek Thursday February Ilh at I Inorm : I
% Mr and Mr Jitnr White At this meeting pest pre I
I of Pleasant Point had a* thru sldrnla of u.. club mill br
J i 1'\1' MI; '';; .\ InI1I.\I; : ; i : "Inn: guests last week their daughter h honmrdMn RACKS OF WINTER APPAREL FOR 1 OR 2 PERSONS,

t ti; Is.II.ICI.:;. | \ ;\ 'III I \T I M: \j'l< III.! Mr John W Hohl and Margaret NrUon"

I I 1'l.Itl"lIl'I\\I : t"I"l' 0 their" son Mr James White ,(drntotMtraltnn ifenl will, honl'l PAY REGULAR PRICE FOR HIGHER PRICED GARMENT
haste of llx- program
| J l-I'i j',MM 1 to I''t ... "' I' "" I Jr both Cf Jacksonville .
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telephone new I Item, .r for other purposes,
'i Green Core and Penney Farms subscribers
( IoUe Ne1u

'"c".t reen s call CCS 2I4J166Oranie
Park Mlddlebnrg and Jacksonville

subscribers call! Z64-S751

Father And Two Sous In CollegeJack I Albert S. Brown Died On January 20 th P '4t SPEAK HISTORIAN ON LINCOLN TO

Services for Albert Simon Dr. John W. Oliver, former
Day (center), manager Brown, of Orangedale, were BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT head of the history departmentof
of Camp Chowenwaw, the held last week at the Ridge-I the University of Pittsburgh -
wood Baptist Church. Mr Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Anderson now living in Winter
Girl! Scout camp on Black Brown, a 53-year-old railroad announce the birth of a Park, Fla, where he Is a part-
Creek, la a student at Jones employe, died on Jan. 20. daughter, Martha Marie, on M, time teacher at Rollins College
College In Jacksonville; while: He leaves his widow, Mrs I January 20, at the Baptist Hospital will speak on "Lincoln, The
his two will& Steven Morris Alice Brown; a eon. Alan Brownof In Jacksonville weighing War President" In the sanctu-
ilx pounds and eight ounces: 1 ary of the Penney Farms Memorial
Day, 18 yean old, (1.), and Orange Park; three sisters:
Mrs. Ann Walker and Mrs I Maternal grandparents are Mr Church next Thursdayat
M Paul Raymond Day, 19, are Toni! Bouza, of Cleveland; and and Mrs. Palmer English ol 2:30: o'clock The meetingis
both students at St Johns Green Cove. ,
Mrs Albie Lucas, of California sponsored by the MHC Association
River Junior College Jack Pallbearers were Robert Phillips Literary Committee.
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Day, who Is to be graduated at Lee Bryant, Luke Manuel I
Jones College In April, was Jud McDonnell, Tom Pope and The Cape buffalo is generally CHURCH NOTICE
retired from the Navy tow Harry Trubshaw I rated as Africa's most vicious "
years ago, Last week Congressman The Rev. Larry Saunders wild animal. Buffalo have been : ,, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
I {
D R. Matthews announced and the Rev. L. P. Knight of known to ambush a hunter and I ..A. . SOCIETY
the nomination of Steven ficiated at the services. Helm trample him with ax-sharp I Cor. E. Houston St. *
Day for appointment to the Funeral Home wu In charge hoofs They have even dlnpo* N. Magnolia Ave.
Naval Academy I of arrangements. I sltlons always angry. I GREEN COVE SPRINGS
-- ---- -- - - FLORIDA
Services: held Sunday

.- I at 11 a. m.
Y t Subject! "LOVE"February

: Sr' A cordial Invitation Is extendedto

j, Report to people who are .i i PHOTO sv Gut KOlA attend CLAY our Phone services 284-C711

Monday thru Friday Tao
Carolyn Stanton 1 Weds Mr.
i Shows nth evening

going to buy a new car Doivling' In Home Ceremony I Sat. &From 7 Sun.A 9 2 Continuous p.m.p.m.

Miss Carolyn Faye Stanton I to a crown of seed pearls, and I
became the bride of Donald she carried a Bible covered with Wed.. Than and Fri.
Oswald Dowllng last Saturday I pink rosei. January ZI, 31 and 11
evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Miss Mary Alice Brown of "TWILIGIIT OF HONOR
in the next 60 home of the bride's mother I Jacksonville was the maid of starringRichard
! days : I The Rev. Gordon Craig offlcl honor. She wore a gown of Chamberlain

mony.aced In the double ring cere I I and blue white chiffon carnations.and carried Brides pink -

maids Miss Patricia Saturday, February I
were Ann
.. The bride Is the daughter of
Stanton, Miss Linda Stantor
"JVST FOR FUN"starring
I Mrs Myrtle Hlpps of Oreer I
Cove Springs, and Lee A. Stan- and Miss Debbie Mitchell. They Bobby Vee
ton of Athens, Tenn. The bridegroom wore gowns of yellow chiffor and Conway Twltty
FORD WINS MOTOR TREND "CAR OF TIlE YEAR" AWARD I Is the son of Mrs. E. A'! and carried yellow and white "CASTALiAN"starring

Taylor of Wsycrcws, Oeoif la. I I carnations
Dickie Carson served as best Ceasar Romero
I j' 1 The bride, who was escortedby man and the ushers were Jim- -
Motor Trend magazine's coveted "Car of Motor Trend's editor I Ij yc Io .,. ."", I her brother, James Stanton mle Robertson Wayne Stantor
tie Year" award wu won this year not by declared. W' : I chose: a white street length' and Joe Mitchell Sunday thru Wednesday
Jut one car, but by the whole Ford line- The full story ofhowheMotorTrend I..( 1 gown of peso de sole and chantllly .' Following the reception, the February S-5

Ford, Fairlane/ Falcon,and Thunderbird . r 'y. lace featuring a molded couple left on a wedding MI "MtUSTOCX".lam"
.. bodice with a square necklineand to the southern part of the John Wayne
Singled out for special/ tribute was Ford'sunique roitoraanaJyzt'dand (
star e elbow length sleeves. Her state Upon their return they and Maureen Ollara
concept of total performance-a blend evaluated the cars 'io ..... : elbow length veil was attached will reside Jacksonville.
I of power and acceleration' handling, balance can be ound in the ,, .i.r I -
: and cornering ability, strong braking, andtireless February issue of ; .'\ I,
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I durability -a* proved/ competitive Motor Trend. And w.'f;
HOW'" I'OIUJlACING HELPS victories/ from coast to coast the full meaning of \., -.. 'i!
BRING YOU A LETTER CAR Motor Trend's citation aim saluted the total performancev -- I

Most automotive engineers! will tell you that part Ford's racing program has played in the canT e found at your Ford Dealer's! Stop in I SO EASY TO OWN!
the track is one of their most valued testing development of total performance. "Rallies, and test- rive a '64 Ford, Fairlane, Falcon

laboratories.For endurance runs and i racing . cannot bedUJllicatt'li or Thunderbird. See for yourself why Ford I

example,track competition led directlyto by any other form of testing," earned the title "Car of the Year". ALL BRICK
the Fairlane 289 I
the following changes in

V-S engine: letter block, Improved pistons,

Such improvements contribute not only to fall ..I
Ford's winning track record, but also to the PONrutPl

total performance so important to your VMoNMCMi1'10UT

e\eryday diiving7 i

Ford Dealers' offer wide selectionThe CNRrsf11 I I

"Car of the" Year" come in 4 sin and i
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44 mixMs. And because of this diversity, )
Ford Dealers Icclarc'63
jour Ford Draltr tlao has an unusually wide 1 Why

,. vnnety of tr.&llt>-in. on his used car tot uTile Year of the Teat Drive"; 1 .
Try him
I The' Car +? / l
: I total performance( But the term total """ l e at

pjirf: .rnujice is just words until you tAi=
Trw all new compact Falcon tor 64 new' 'STPfw.1. Fairtaw, Falcon, or Thunderbird -

out un the road'!

err;; i hew) ?ran air ,tu'hI/ change from the past ,-

-l that you will recognize it imnx-uiately; when "SiIERII'OD"
)oj dme them. So>> com in. Take a test
- drive' IA( tAe run ifvakfot' (A*"'"'..I.They'll MASTER BUILT IT
i _
show brand of total rfarmance f 1
you a
"64 Feirlane. tamlycar,, tport car ipint U. SobJ.S>l.nt64 Super Torque Ford that's totally newt' I I MEYERS & LAZEAU


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HOMES, INC. MC4IUOM ..... .............. I
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P.0. lOX 4211. JACKSONVILLE ..... ...... .. .. ..... .........?. II
CALL PO SS ION sU MAMTTww row ... ...... ......... ...mttO ..........
teas s CAM W 11.4 Row Oa our ..o.c. ...
J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY Reamed Uuwwtwst Oaf d -M.Q__....... III _-:.r w ale p.1

601 N. Orange Ave. Ph. 284-9779 CO 4.6511 Green uw r

(Eounty! (Crescent


Inc bound on lie Fait t>f 'lit I II 1 I North Tl drcrtoa If .." Writ

l- LROAL: K' O T O I \s.t 4* Foot FiStS of way iso III,II last to lbs brglnnlnr flf COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MINUTESCLAY
I of Slat R md S-lll aa d_'rlb..dabov a fur.. eonravo to Ih* North-
.. bounded. ,sn thi South by .a trly havlnv k radius ..r
CIRCUIT COl'RT.1.J'Ol'RTJI the North ** foot right ol wny I 114,Tl feet, run tbrnro North' COUNTY
Jl'DIClAl. CIRCflT \,.KIxiRU. lull of Hlatf Koad No I*, and. ....I..ly long *>ld curve
UA. IN AND .X>R CLAY COINTT bounded on lbs rihwit by through a total! r"ntr.l anglo ..rI
AT LAW. th* arc ol .I curv eoncavo. to I drarrr '0' 10" n dliuneo .,rIII GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA
CASH NO. Ul th. Northwest banAl a radlua ,*; ,... 10 th* .nd of ..Id

of It Sad t. ..lit ,'urv t being ..... curv.. run thrnr. Norlh I* <.. Monday January IS. 1961 (:.00 o'clock AM.
i-UAT (rOVNTT a polllUubrtlMalon -.l I jellS 10 Ihr \S.I 4* foot right arm II' II' WMI IOU" feel
of Ih. etata ol ..a>. lIne of laid Stile Ui.a4 to West line of Mid Hrrtlon I
..t .'Iorl.... I M-lli at the North ..eI of Mid at n point '1111.31 frt oulhrrly The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met In

PetitIoner, rurvr. and uncrnt to th. Norm from Ihr NorthWMt corner
I the Commissioner In
regular session In County Meeting Room
V. of Mid nation I. ContaIning
10 loot HUM of way lint\ ,.f laid.
I I'AVA 8 Tl'THILU at al. ClaSs Iliad So I* kt (ho wtnJ 0 100 arrra. morn or I..... eseiui.| the Courthouse on the above time and date
-- I l>*'...).... .. I of Mid ourv ,l''nIaiolng all C of misting road right olMOUTUAllKK '

ALU CONDITIONING HAIRCUTS MILK DEUVERT I 1 NOTICE OF RULE NISI OTIS .cr... more or lId. .&<|". .. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman. Honorable
sire of ilktlnc rood rlrhl' of way : PEOPLEd\
10TICI8 or .EIll'spvTIIOMSII I (\\NBD KY JAIlER. VAL TIONAk H NO. INC. Luther E Wllaon Other mrmben present were Louis L. Hunt
< r H MILBERGER CARRY and 8HIRL.Kr OARKYhuiband I ly District No 2. Marvin Oreen District No. 3. O J. Munhee.
NAMB AND BY THE and wUo- S" Intoroat
ire W. D. Morris ; That part .f: Loll I .",
give .
Al'THOKITf OF TilE STATE llln>'k I*. Frllnwahlp Park, District No 4 and II E Moody District No. S.

"Ftrslllatrcut"Ctrtijtcates OF FLORIDA I of tat Slick 1 I'Ul Hook I, Saga II public

REFRIGERATION Distributor TO ALL WHOM IT MAT COMCEltV "fh'nlr'1 '-\lo IP"r. o rrrordM; of Clay County, Florida Reverend C E. van der Matten five the Invocation
and la all pvraonn, anilriKkl subdivision of lbs eethwst Iii lying West of and. within\ I* foeS 1
I psrII.s havIng or claImIng.; as, of the Oorlhee.t. V,. dvrtloa II of th. aurv.r lIsle of !*. II" I
SERVICEAir All Jersey Milk tltU, 'Inttmt, ,,'a,.. Township. k loulh, lUna 14Ha nf lIsle Road .....a. Notion The minutes of the IsiS regular meeting of December 0, 1961

I ALLHAIRCUTS-$1,00 nrarta-aar or olkr II." to or on ..1. fl 1.r County. Fl-rldn, Irln TU07-I40I.. ..!.! lurv.y Ills. .... and Special meetlngi of December: IT and 30, 10(3 were approved -
those rrrtaln parcels of Und. ( south al and wlihla 4* ftol Ins. d... b.,' Os follow, .: ll*.
C..4MUkUk-. Hrfria-rralUn. 'I For rlnutr.. dHrlb, and] lbs th* ...n.I lisa ol lIsts Road ginning on th* W wt lln. at Oil aa read
and H...... ....1... I Orante Park Barber Shop followlm proa. tocttkrr will N-itI. auction lilaT-ISIl. aaldurvty WV, of NWV4 of Section II
9 8. Palmetto Street all unknown pron claimIng has 10.1.. d_.' ..... a. Township. I 110"'''. Kango II I Motion by CcmmlMloner Moody, aeconded by Commissioner
Hr. IJ: ajn. to ISO: ,.m. HOME DELIVERY by. throu.k, or unjfr known folliwa: lI'.rln."I us lb. sapS East at a point bIll, frt Nor.
Home Phone IM-J780 persons who .,.
  • *a, or WI.at. lIsa .2 II, Tosnaluip I th.rljr from oW"" ltf.-I onr.nrr Oreen. and carried, the bill were approved and Warrant ordered *
    Business Phone 214-9511 same location for over 15 yean not known lo b. dud or Houlh n.",. I* Hiul al a point of NW Si \: lot. dr..IIn of will Warrant
    payment iam u by
    .liv. i i III is fort "Mirthirl from the lion II.; run th.nc North II 4.. appear
    KLNGSLEY A HWAT 17 CALL ISI."4l or *II4-IU LiANA II Tl'THIUL outhwo.1" oorn.r of MW i of .rM It'll" East: .ftU ft IIth Lists numbered 321. 321-A. Ml-B and 328-C. which lists are

    APPLIANCE Hi-.ld.no.: 411 101.. Tork A... **ld Martins II, run. th.nc* North beginning-' a rurv. roncavi
    nu.. lluntlnrtoa. N-w York I* ...,... II' ..' "Ra.l If..... to th. Northw.atarlr kavlngradlua 4 hereby adopted M a part of theM minutes aa much 10 aa If setout

    SERVICEWe TRADING POSTCARn'S CBHTAIN.TB.a| ) PKODt'CTB f.-t lii lbs north.rlr *>toklonof of till fact run tit...... In full herein
    (>.N lIltAT ION I' Ih* 5e55( Ii.. of Rio?* Itl ., Northatrly along Mid eurrrIhrouark
    Repair All BrandsServicing INCOME TAX SERVICE Knldnr 14 West Av.nu Fllowhlp lark .INtrt I ai r.. a total! rrnlral anglo ol
    W5Y151. eord.d In I'Ul "..olt I. l'... tl 41 degrees If 14" a dl.I...... olITI The meeting wu adjourned and re-opened immediately to

    Clay CountyI.e TRADING POST JAMES VAL ( AIIKYResides. "I'I public: records of Hair CuualyFlorida II ,... to Ih. end. of aali1. re-organlie for the coming year Mellon by Commlaaloner Utirr
    I I II ( .l N"rlhof Worth II it ,
    Sixteen Tear Hitffi al a point curve, run th.nr *
    INCOME TAX WE BUY SELL TRADE lV.>nn and* MorrIs A..nu., th. N W, ourn.r '''.'00'. Con .,... If II' 11:&.t Its U ,.*, h..... seconded by Commissioner Huntley and carried to name
    Park ,
    Orange Ph. 214.1565FULLERTON'S
    \*>nt 1t..n..lt. N.w J ulnlnt Illl air. more or !... to th. brglnnlng of a curvrromava Board
    rir Marvin: Green Chairman of the Commissioner OmnI
    Three locations 8HIHLRT CARET ....t..ln of piloting ",..4 rlehlowVien 'So l5... ll.'lth.salarl)
    h",ving aMid radius of 71111 foot expressed hU appreciation but declined due to hU he
    IS E. Palmer St.. m. M4.J8 Rf.|gnr* III."'. Court. work
    SERVICE CVxmk and Morris" Avmu : HT. nnncirr. . vr roLl: rsn 'hsncs Norlh.'I' atoss, could not be reached aa easily M other Board member.
    14 N. Orange Are.Creen \\artbouM A nllquw old I...n. Branck. Nw JIl'Uaf I I curv through an aagl of I I
    ROHKKT W t\11.R That (van of louts II IS of II drarrr* *f *t" n distance of, Motion by CommtMloner Oreen. seconded" by Commissioner
    Gym Bid,, 8. Orange AT*. Ill. *. fl IA .... tot lisa olKM ,
    19 Years rllowklpirk
    Cove) SPT. M4-4C44 Experience Il.aldes.. e.o lOnilll )(.-('., IiliM-k Ul fnlt t, Wllaon and carried to appoilit Louts L. Huntley M Chairman.
    't ion II. Townchip I nouihlung.
    ItI.fl.llOIb Road a lubdlvtaluM of Ih. oulkWHI '
    Short Forms ,ft.N BIO TOP" tent Blandlni Cambria I Hlhu, II I I of |K. nor U*Ml
    BAKER APPLIANCE Long Forma ,15.N up Bird at RJdfewood IxinaUUnd' N.w Tork 11M'lion II. Townihlp I $...... bulbs II. 1S>wnhlp I IlouShlt.oga (Continued on Fate li.i.rtlon >
    JOHN I>, STAGER I I ItinaII Ha.t, Clay, - - -- -- -
    SERVICE Reasonable Rate for Business Furniture and appliances at lUildvne III MeetIng. HouaaHouthamplon *. lying .*uth of and. wltk.in Illl 10 ft Houlhrrlr from thiNorlhw.it ,

    Real Estate Rentals Fte N.. Tort 4* fmt of Ih* survey lisa ., "0'''.. of Mid HrrllnnII I I..u.., \'U AI pull I 0' sip 501 -
    bargain price lite FKMU MT lsuIIIKERtaIdsncsI Hint* Road Ills, Hoollon tll TIICI '....n. from a basest. "'..rIng of Mini' Ho.... I III. los I I LKUil ftilTK
    MAYTAG : P. O Bi III said ...,.., hoc b.ln. d.rrlbod .. of Norlh II tI..,... IT' IIKail borrow pisa and drainage, ....
    PAUL REMLINGER Gras port .. a* fallow: ...(."..1". on rontlnui. "NVirlhraiUily, .. ,...nu for ....on4..* III.'. lt...di IN Til 1C iMIirUIT VtTRT O*'
    LTHOL8TER1NQBAXLEY'STRIMSHOP lx.n.. UUnd. N, T. lbs writ lln. of .....110. II long laid ,ourv through an anal 55,5, .> part al Ih* HUI blah I I HAV IMUNTT, HXJIllliA.
    KELVINATOR IIII.OA HUM IKK Town>hl'|> I Pxiuth Kami II of I* 4r.,... II' II" a di.lani-r war of Murlda, and IllS enn- In rilA.NCKiU

    II4S Roosevelt Blvd. Itil4.n<>. l> O. I",. 411 K... al a polal II* tT ,... norlh- of III II foal ,In lbs end nf ..I4t'urv irui'lton and ....1...."...... of apulill Nil i'-IMI
    n.ro', I any 1 from 'In* aouthwial mrrof *, run '''."r. North II .l.r hiahwap for Ih. lu* of I lUltllAIIA A HAJtKBIl.PUlnurr .
    DEALER ORANGE PARK l...na- UUnd N T NVtVi of Mid K.rllnn It. run ... IT' II". Keel *ll IT foal' Ik. ..nci l puhlln. aad that on. .
    PONAI.I w, OWENS thrm Norlh, II 4.ar.. II1' II" I* lIsa Kat lln of 'n.piun llTown. of She J"I... *f lbs CtroullCourt .
    MAKES OF Complete Auto A Furniture It.il4onr. *' It.. I. lox III East not 14 ,... .lo ,lie rt1iry| .hip' I Wmilh, lung. II .In and for the Fourth, Ju- HKiimiiKi. MVAIIKKII.
    ALT. APPL1ANOFSHKPAIHFP SIGN PAINTING ,'arl..n lltlihttj\ .........0. uf lbs Woes Sins of Stoat al a point. 555 f.., Mouthrrl dirliiI Irruil al Flnrlita. will ..5I I','*ii4.nl
    AIRrnvniTION.IMI. t',be llterilll bull 'l\krolln .11... II III of Frllowihlp I..k l from ,". N.'rtha.l' rorn.iof b. llrd .U) of J.nu.r? A. II 51115111! or silt
    AND 1400 \\, Ulew-114 AM. lOftY J. tiHKNIIIt I I'krl I as ro>'*rd. !
    HEATING 1'ICRVICEidlewlId .il4nr. II.. I. lbS III !*... II. puhllo P50.14.. or 'tapl'.snl I Krrllnn II I'oklalnlng 014i. ....'" 'h..r aa .......t I osi hors hiS M .'..k.p
    Ate. Phone IS4-JS41 QUALITY Ph. 2I4-IS CkarlMlon. lUlfbla > 1"1..1. point la ,... .. ... ..flora or I..., 5s.ia.iW. .5(I t,. krard. I I. Clnuil Court Cham.tieri . ... V A lloplt|
    Green Cove Spring Florida Hnulk Carolina North of Ih. N W. torso Ik.r. 'I l..t.II. resd rUM of way. .In th. "I'Ul. Cnunty Cuurt.hou I I M.pulva.I., ('*br,rnl. ..
    P*.plM N.llonl ........ tnIUl4no <>. of ConUlnlni till arrM mnr ,I nwNrii nr 5IPidltY" phat.. .. al. II.... ('0"a Hprlnga Sill AUMiihHk.nf; mriro
    BEVERAGES Free Estimate Phlladrliihkv' Pk- 1 5r )lea. tirfuilv .f ... I IXM-K: and wlfr 5 K\M.TM' 11041.1!t tI klvrldt > iWcUrmtl thai i t mil K.. bn Iliad i(.in>|
    SIGN PAINTIING REAltY F HAIJ4H-K r.'ad right *f war .11".1, 1-iH'K 5 5 5 ; n of T 1rnl:1: : ; \ appralxCuurl I : T.U In Ik* .1 ku.* niitl4 ..u..
    '-'r,'(> I'ick-up and I Delivery 11..1.......* IT Smith Street OWS1EIS lIT JIllIPID. STAOEI cr5, sail sniska .lu'ls ..tI., SI .11.1 sill tau .r* barely rtqulr. 4 urv
    ll.hyk.n.. N, TEVra.TN LATERAL: NTC'1t noiiT or ....... prp"r, All partialla .. ....... ttUmiifft "turn**
    PAUL'SAll LEE WARNER Handle Any and AU .f Tout IIAI.UICK I II I I I sTATIoN III .4. II It I lisa eult and all eartle. I"'j,I ...... mm* asS * Upholstery Need! IINld."n' It Mmlth lirwtlUtiylon. Ttil listS of Lot; I Sloth lit Thai part ofllrgtn I.,,,,.,, Ins" .pp.., ... I.board 11..0". pe ",",.. ..,..BtpMrK
    105 Glendenlnr Road N T. .I'nlt I of Park auhdlvliKin al th. ...".It..1 ..,.... al lbs Urn and plot' Ia ths bill ml ....ml.I.IM; I.
    Legal Beverages HAROLD D1XLET Hi'U.IK (' TII.UNOIIAHT ,, o f lbs ulhMt' Si .f Monl.iin Uil. a stabs In 1..1.. 44.Ii.5l.d. ..Il. top., aS .hl11 I. 4.
    Orange Park Ft. f .II. .,.fl. .. V, Hm-llo II
    Owner .* Upholsterer tl rrtCDMLV luniUnr Ill UlrardCLAT lIp.,. ii .,.....1 II* ,..1 from Ik. TI'S', AND PAnt C'tr toil i.n. ." ts pus, ...'..lIh. ".". sf
    Open I A. M. to 1 A. M.Dura Phone t..-.Jl. NOW' SIresSWa.higtos. t.I.f. I MoDlh, Sl..sa. I* J T K W .II..eI trarkIh.n its ".,.", gmniand.d to apn.ar 1 ,".. .UnV I. A". lilt
    BAXLET I). C. ** County, Flnrlda I lying I North II ?*'* Ik I t. filing. an. Aloes !. Ik. ha.lilI.n I ...,.. fall s'l or ......* pro
    .. run '
    ) Line ,
    of ,
    County north 4
    an4 wirhln *
    4 *. 'I Wr.t III fr.i In slabs, thIs ...,...,.... III.' la Ills ..un'._ will t>. .ne..... 1(015555'u
    Ron and Upholsterer yr f lh. iurt. II... of ClaSs Roa4III
    North of Orange Park COL'NTT.' FIAlfthl't K 'lh r>n miMIII. said North II d...... rut .l* frllI u.... In the above enllllMl ('..... fur Ih* ,.Ii.' ....'.4 In I".

    PRINTING C. A. HUMMELt'phoUtere Rwtlnn '""."01 flight al sat,.', II.: ;. 1.isg d..srib.d, a. I I I.I is *uk.. thin. N..0I1t II drgr. .. nn *r ...,.,* lisa lltk 4.r .( bill 1 nf romnUInt1HM '
    Hint, H.. d II III .. F.hruart. A I' IMI. In kw I NATt IIP) or MAID Stilt
    < ,". Mar follow HriUnlng on Ik. .'.' If lla.t' III la run ut ,
    Bn\TS HlllHTOr.WATThai tin. nf ....110"! ll Township I 1I..1t Ibos W..I sl.i. puss .. oh.I right. Illl.. ,Inl.roil. IfII. IIKIMI FlHt IUVVItCC.HITNRMM .
    sit 11 II, Sleet South, 'lung ll Rut ..u. .... III :AI.I
    .-.. Fit RE: ESTIMATES: : III, t "lrf.1 Fellowship I Park, a.ubdOi.Ios III 51 ,... psrtbsrl. Crs.n ha ......I..ln. .f art.' "' ".. ,0 lees I 11.n: sf lbs ahVa da.apit.ed' m* hand and Ik.
    of Ih. Huiithwmof nut h WMI turner of NWVl of Ih* Mm balsa r rt of InS I iSTruer. as'I silos ess.a sIp Ills I ..al. *f .. .lit Court al Urn.
    INLET MARINAMERCURY .0(. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ik' NorlkwMl !" Mid Morllon I II. run lk.M North ilranl itaiiun I*, Town I I Mm* .",..1.. sot k. taken for I 5'... Nnrlng.. Pistils Ills
    of ftorimn II Tovniklp I I Ikiutk, II d...... II' ||.' SkIt Itttll .blis k N4iulh, ,..".. II ..*.. spa ..... *nd purp..... ..! f.rtk II 4.r nf January A l II %*",
    A JOHNSON OUANOK: PARKUI'IIOLSTERV Kanfi I* Last. CUr I ('ousty, I ,... .. Ih* north.rlr ....".1". 'mIss l ill right. .f and within II II. lh. ii.lilliin fil.4 .....1., llrmUUU u CARLISLE! ,
    1\'Nt' riorlaa, Irlni **ulh *f 'n4 wllk. if lh. '..| (115. ., Hlock 11f I fops end ill i I." nf .ndItlilti WITSrM* ...* hand) and (k..l l.rk Irruil rourl
    ENGINES : In I* f..t of Ik* iur .r Una *lKllll '> r .lli>".Mp r.rk Sort I Irorwrdrd asI It ,... ,,f a assesS 411th perosyI ..l I ef lIla I'ourl on tk. tIll lit VIVIAN II MilIM' .
    CROSBY BOATS .4t 'H" lined "1. 11..110. tIMt- I In I'Ut Hook I, l'.g. 1 Ills laid 411. aipeap 'I" bets. 4., .if J.nq.rr A i Is. Illl."rUl li.putr Cl.rk IS.
    --- : Archie Padiett sill, said .urve, (lisa bel.>arrlbcil ... II, puhlir rr.r4 ef CUr (.'...... d.o.'pii..4 as '..II.... ..."'......... ,". 1**. 1
    EK-ZV rUt I LEftS: as '..11...' ILclnnlnc' *nth IT, Florida.. .i a p..lni II ?..l 55 IIa te.., SIna at l1neflne5I ,1J1t1"?. I. "'.\ItI.I.... I Alln,,,., fur PUInllff
    I On Klnf.l..r .he.. h. Wrt lln. of Hwlloa II :North af ISis. PA W nersar lb.,.. tat I In Pwlinn II, Town.hlpj. Ituuth I'1.,. .f Ill Clr*.ltCouil. AWr.. ltm III
    BALES A SERVICE: lOll TIIM NEIl I* .ll-." 11_ 17 Towaiklp I Haiilk. II.... II 5 f. iiaiig. till aurM ...*, I....* I* reel ai a p.lsf'' . lsaa4 e.. CUiCouniy. Florida, Till nulMliioT
    OUTBOARD REPAIR tail ,. P.aI at a point 111* n (_4 prlnllno SPY Ik* ( 'III'II'T: : Ph. N.. COngress 4-flll from ,.. ..."."..., ..,..., of1W rn.d right. of .... !I IIIWNKII ......, .f llnv.rn-inl. l...l.... In Hr_lira ::10t CsriI.liAT'tlllt'IUV j 1.111.1, Ii' p4pi.SsaAIS
    Oran Park ., . . ": --- -
    17 Nat-Slam II.
    II. IA .ld P55
    Mr mail. wHuik. ""IU." '
    rMr... n('. Tk* pHr I. rIb.. FU.OR J I -"Nnrik -II 4..r... ..'.." said n.rtUn' II' ss Ih.nr North ,'rr'TtOPfllnI .OTH' I
    Phone CO t HIS Orange Park. ". .1'. llfJIA INlillUlIbal *. ...,... IT' ii" n .t lit iif : POll _
    I II p'... 1114 II foil I. Ik. nnrth.rIr . *.| t* Ik. kralnnlag *f a ..,.. I T j I.".....*. Jr.I { totlO'N: or .**..
    I *il>"iln of Ik* weal lln'. ., .... i* Ik. ...in karlnarra4U I C (i It... III 5.Ii's "
    murk III I .f rllwhlp. .'.,It, ..... ., ".",It.llr. 55SI. n.sls* ., Illl Tl ,.... fua. I......, ,I 'lr*.i Isis .>rlf, P'hariuiahi. ,..,...". i I.,. k.r.kr a Final gl lIsts of
    Pars I .. ro."r4 4 In Plat Hook $o.ll.... c-sc-sap 5, laN..slbsaal I.| II I*
    nnrihrtilrrlr *.irl asdpssll5ad.P5p r., .. ,... .
    . Publicp5.0545.. of : j, .. "simsssssal.r.4
    I I, II Si I. $4allsa.S 1 .! said< tIts
    II IDYk\1IDSi: "Iu ,'..". ,. rirt. .la. al a p.llII Si ., _.1... a. T......' S IkMugk 0 Ift'.1 l ."nlral. ....!. .! <' nf Slop 1.1121 C" "I lb. .rturldn(1s.alIS's.S
    4L"k\-SiSIU of Ik N W Crn I
    laoS Korik lung. II ri>l ikfcr
    I (< .r iri.t.of Conialnlnp. I.M run N.ttk slog Ik* Knil.rnlM I d.ar.55. ..,If If lbs a sad 4Mlaar. f *aMiur al - -,,,. ., ,;ofiiio--1 I will soil l'| Ika p..*.,., .Hi .i.4.
    Ill IS f In .
    CUr i "11.' Furl4| .
    a<',.. mo''". or IM, p5.islv' *l >iin4.rr a f tk. "Rwultiwr' Uf I .a run ."..... k>...'1iI II 4.arao. . I II. as ..
    iliilnt ..*. rubS .f *arOWMCIHIT 5 lbs NiiulkM.I 14 *f M'rlUO I ...
    I* Ul
    I* *T C's's I tIN lj II, I.
    'WII" 01'
    TUTHIIX Twnhl C 'nuU. Htng II 11 TUB TDMTITruv II. .m.LAII
    DANA"' H ,
    Ills pulal. f klnnlg Pb laiiralj4llrh I'MIT Nil I
    Rait a dUUkr *f \111 f..l fnr i'<11I11 N'''. ruuinm **
    month frarn tk. llm *f .k. I a pnlnt *f kof UnUg. lkM I I 55PV.V lln. run $10s riiANCRitTN : (pIai. I ik.r.nf ,s.sid.4 In
    I I .",iih i 4..r>.. I*' SI" *..! I' Hnl. I, pegM a adIT
    il nil notlr
    rest publk-.Mon < That |'art of Th. RH *f Ik. matlnulng H..,,, aUao1 *sdisoas4at . ,. .. ..1 lilt f'.1 I
    ... ,,, lk 5 .
    l.p.t.Cl.I MHII aIN T..> ...Hi.f ... .> <-l.lm or 4. follnwlna d.sv5l'.d p.v.c-I Irlkl IU a dialss.'s, af 14. .N n KATMtniNH II MIiN.I'iaislif. ps.Ms SI limp
    SALE Beef by the hall ....*4 ihkll b. In rlllna. *n4kll North ., a ....... Peed **un4Ing . f.l. Ikinr* u Mt H* II u" WMI II.* foal t. .Ik. a4 l'.nlp rbatbt.,
    of r i4>nr. .1U7 -.I ..t 11l. ..5, 4iifk ..r.., |hiss i ii.1 I AWti AI, Mi lbs I.siissis5 da.Mrlkl .
    also A smoked 51510< lbs piss *> W.t.rl from 1! R Mick, lhnr 55 ]; I n* iho as.ttllflSlSGN .
    whole ,
    or ; pork TilE 1.11'11"1' or TillS r .fN.' .... f l5Nisa *Is .',.. mutt nr !I. I I Him* af sqlipm.sI 5,15
    i .nil '| nfflr* add lb. .. Iras.. 51,555 ss.l Ik | I lbs .U| *>fklnnii
    IK /II. If I. s o M p W (lIlfllI
    .....,.. Or will batcher chill T\ JI loll! fl.AT (IlINTY , .Ulmnl an4 hill k. ...rn Cr way lN..flsn. II ,.......1.. I Houlkn >* 'I' Mrk *i4. *>f I I... I,,..,. ?( ..,.11... .... rtghllif I 5..'551555 1 l S...,... In. .f spol ik. aiiuv da.s.eIbaS .

    Wilson ruilllliA. IN I'HUIIATK. l.i tOP "'|.Im.*.. kit ..."!, kl. ..... I* Mill: Mid ...... road sad within II f..t a| lbs sap.., iiiwHpjii voiur nr SIlT .......
    and rat Leroy j .
    your i% 545.: rTrK or all.rIltP 551 secsmpasl.d kri 5 hrlno mmmiinlr bliss a* Ik* Ilk. .f l... A "f Slab i* IU4in ii Y tun-1.in r Til. 5lsoo5. Worsop Iteess..1W.il
    phone GC8 JS4-4SJ7. I Hill t:. I HtlttkJt, |l.r.-4Tu i, tllln fc nit> -rolUrrln I U.. ., S .111 I
    all ll.dsIVrU an4 PrwntHmlnt I ,lain. or 4.5554 not to lll.4 SueIsl ''. : h.p lino ICINg .J.I.: :, .. aol I I 1.11I'1114' .* W MMtt H' Nutin tIbIas. Pas
    U-1S c I'Uim or Ixmand A. nail lw "ii4. I! gTa'ol: I.. S h'.I:1.: ., *r Ml >* ltalii tk. a-tlk lln I tI.'It" .....-. i'ibs.ss l1511111I.4.h'b
    Illnil Hud fjillI'm /5 / MTKTIOB: n I.II.M i Ur Unnth slips Its W... ..I awiton. I. T*:n.klp I I "' SlIP 11550151" lStPrhmISlIs I -
    sad ..< h PERSONALI I hv noiiflt-a and. ,.(.".,<4 I* pr.- **4 T....", **. ofM I 11Io.'h. II.... It te.... .,..... ,... W..i.ri from Ik. n...ih. I ... .aaito i .... .1 ...,,1**)*) 1s5 I.. 110 ..... 5511054 1555 Mill TI4 WPbs.tsis'S'rpsa
    will not .b. responsible f.r sent sap ,'talmi, sal a.m..d. T lUrrow 4.,....4rir ..1'| ..,... h ..*4 rua Norlh 4.. .... **..... ., said _..... I I l l a .l.k. la liar liramkkuul II 1114 P.5 ... "..... ......... .slhllSd
    S "bIll YU or vltktr cf pe.. map .l yl.llrlle. h...*rr II 114 5p'.a issI alIg II.. IS chaise run ."..... ,....." I .*(... 1 II' :I IM foal frnn. .,,. J T 01 ,.... ap.hS. pialsllfla. ...... 5.5114 asS fss I. baib' 1415.
    any debts except thoM Incurred kv* apaIspi. Ik* relate of llo I 1.11. I* ll II In a .1.1., I......* Norik II. 4.. 14- WM 111 II '..t M Ik. ... N W Iluroo4 had"w 'Ik.n Sssj 5lee5 sane asd. ....._ ." ."j '* !
    by 1ft1M'If. K. ''kalktr d.c.s'a 4. Isle OI' **.I4cmiil __ .:. ,,... t... I .h..,... and I* link (inln. of a ..... .*...*<. lain I 05,55 II 4.Pe.5 Si' W 1154 1.51 ..,.... toss ..111.. ..,.... li 1.11.* nil IssI .. ...|
    <' to tb. I'ovntr J..... .( te.. u. aotth: ., Mil* Ibsa' ....... i 4.1 .. n...1...*.'.... .....* a r.4I .. .,.It., 1155 N II ....... Ep. I" as, I'. !ia kill *f ..i<.iKUl..tn il .. .|. In lIe ...."..
    JAMES F.. HOW ERIN Clat- fiitnily "o.d..1. ki. .tIke 1- 1,I'.,.a.. P-*l I It ,,,.1.. tl link I i.e nf lIt l> ,.., run !..... .. .... I.. ....... ..... 50515 IIi In laId 555.. ">pe .f shah. ,UU .* boil .1.. Mr .a .i ,
    P. O. Box 1ST Penny Farm in lh> court S ossinfla I4 ;;: ; ;:; in Slit rnir "f <1r Hrakthrnr ,V.rik I aid beI.alstl1. *l-.a ........ IS' Ii IU' ,... .. 555 55I .,11...... hiss krllk. .. 5.p.f.a f."., .., MT ik* ( ., c.,..,
    niurtiT i v.111 : .. .. ...,..... 5505 (*.. 4 '...
    "..11) .! u rn ..... Nprlsgs' Mi4 Ikawbi II sold ssre ihrvnaJi a t.I ui '.> t.P Hian.k. loss W l gi It "I. .tl.1. In ilnn
    1:1, ii, II A :. P1..rIla. wllhln. all, nl.l ..il.r I I I>AI f>M''NTt, .riXJlUI'AU wind* .:l. l, pla I mush"* from tk. I..lm* of the rust I .UNt. !" ,,11km* a 4i.l.... .| Mf t. f..l U Ik* ni.* r niiaiko Ii aetsi sat. IHH(...* will ft. **l.r>4 ......Int I . .. I" pm .n Ik. hIll
    - ,ubll" tl"a ..f this wollr* T.. "Ill' lilt I, I od .f ..I4 .r.. run lknrlk >* "I UM lbs sane k.lg k'll.i of f., !*. ..11.' '"ft4 In lbbISI r.k,vr* IMI
    FOR RENT S Bedroom ,.,.. ,,| ..< rllm or 4.m..n4h 1..1.1.| U o..r*. Mtlnllfl !i l.'l.a M.rik.rl ., aal wlik-l <<- II 4..;*.. i 14' II" W.ol I* T....I* Hi..l ..!!...> .1 .,mp4sl5 '.MA 'I.I
    home Street. CaQ .".ll k. I I. *rlli*(, *..4 ..>.." .* in i* fMi of lbs .,...r .lln. *fMl 1114 II fatS .. 1. k..in.Ift. of ar It T..aalio I ....... .las.. t* TIllS .41f'N. ..I' SCSI) 111'1 rtaMiHUH ,I. "'""1.-1'
    S7S Bayard *" thr pl.r. of r.*M.IH. ...< J... Vk >rr.n lv ...5 i..t.adaslSIP' "...4 I III. .wmm TIM!.. es15 .....* I, .... IieeiSssI Had AI4MI, | SeIKO'' Yost fiSVftShd'II. :. lork lrnH (..".

    Marvin Taylor. J&C'kMnrillt' ...... .."" .....,.M *f tk. tltlmnl i tu r. .1 ir Iltl l slId *..,..r tin kln4. 4. 'tIp koinat es.dls.| .( Millrun I Itagin .' ik. annlk.ail .....*. '.Ie""er. I Hi VIVIAM II. M .IM
    I. k, .Tilt: iTArisr: ru>iiii>A Tt> aatISad .. '..II".. 51115. .5 Sl. fats $450.. NnrtkHilrkr P ... ISp host cad lbs .NOoSe f'1.rtYusas
    \rmon4 4-J4M U tie sad kill 1* worn I ... Marrn tt-.w.rMi . T..... .1 M. riwa ll < in. m J I"tl i (.. lIsle .. W. ,
    rUlmnl kt* ..."!. oe al- boot its. IbxIMO II as.... .*I4 ...... ..*fc o biaS ,:k IM fool lr M I .1 f Mid Oron rU M .. 4 u.
    -- ._ - __ I Ihr on4 arrmainl kr a I I Ij I II I I shIp ( ...... It...,. I* .... sIS ...".1 ..... at II ...,... II' iirw n lil-r ira.n in.n r.n vtota rtofi*. lIla' Ink t.t ifil ', III I NifiMll fktok P5all'Iis44054514a5,5.
    lOft ROT Nice X bedroom i.rn.l.f.: fr* ..' >N CoIl.r ssd ..,.h1.u.'t I I IIIMr UeI ('ar.ltsa plat HUM f_I aw.,..... I* a .,.,..... .l 11 41. ..*. !. I. li 4.c..a If ..! llo ,..ri. l loIs.. ., *Ti 141 nwrkl
    : .. ... ass .. Ll.d *.r
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    Clay{ County! (Crcsteut

    Clay High Varsity Basketball Team Rambler SalesIn COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'' MINUTESContinued Bond for Joe W. Love aa Principal and Fidelity and Casualty
    Company as Surety In the amount of .1,000.00.

    ( from Pate 7))
    Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Commissioner

    Area Are Chairman Wilson thanked the other Board members for their Wilson and carried: to approve Appraisal on Section 715042601. -

    I cooperation that he had received while being Chairman and 8R-S-220-A.

    i turned the meeting over to the new Chairman Honorable
    I At the suggestion of the Chairman, motion was made by
    Sharply UpRambler Louis L. Huntley Chairman Hartley thanked the other Board
    li .. Commissioner Moody, seconded by Commissioner Murrhee and
    1 member for the opportunity to serve aa Chairman tot the
    1 1 e i leis / /! I carried to pass a Resolution to be prepared by the County
    retail sales in the coming year.Motion I I| Attorney pledging the County's wholehearted support to the

    Jacksonville zone of American by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner City of Green Cove Springs! In regard to the former Naval

    Motors reached an all-time record Murrhee, and carried to reappoint Marvin Green VlcechaJroman. Station property.

    I In the year Just completed T. J. Jennings Jr.? County Attorney J. C. Bapp, Prosecuting I I
    according to E. 8. Dobyns Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner
    / Attorney E. D. McCall County Agent George M. Owens,
    zone manager. Moody and carried, that all future meetings of the Board be
    Assistant County Agent, Margaret Nelson Home Demonstration
    i During 1963 sales In the zone opened with prayer.Representative
    Agent Sandra Lee Reese, Assistant Home Demonstration Agent -
    area rose to 17,394 Ramblers I 8. D. Saunden appeared and discussed several
    James Knowles Road Superintendent, Ray E. Chance
    a 74 per cent gain over the roads with the Board. Mr. Saunders advised the Board
    I Director of Civil Defense J. T. Norton County Service Officer
    16,188 sold in 1962, Mr. Dobynt that he was their friend and would cooperate with the Board
    and T. J. Riven Juvenile Judge
    Y in any way regarding future road plans.
    Jacksonville zone coven Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner Mn. Lowe appeared and thanked the Board for the anti

    Rambler dealen in Florida and Moody and carried to approve Resolution for Road Closing clpated construction of a Voting House to be built next to the

    portions of Georgia and South for Mr. Roy Saunders, aa presented by Mr J, T. Norton. Attorney Drs. Inlet Civic Center; the property having been given to the
    Carolina. I County for this purpose by the Drs. Inlet Civic League.

    "Early sales reports on the The Board selected the following named persons to serve as
    The She Peril vanity basketball team Robert Elcborn. Olen Mode, Robert Rivera, I representing Mr. J. T.
    Mr. J. C. Bapp, Attorney ; I
    1964 models indicate that Jurors in the Circuit Court for the coming year as will appear
    pictured! abort are left to rlf fctl Can Clark, Mike Maguire,and Michael Elcborn. Kneel. Crawford and requested the Board to approve Resolution giving
    I other record is In the making: by the list hereto attached and marked "Exhibit A" which list
    Dick fade, Dinny Parker, Arthur Riven Inc In the foreground li Coach John Netly, he said. I Notice of Road Closing to be advertised. Motion by Commission Is hereby adopted at part of these minutes of this meeting as
    Jay tabby, Car J nes, Henry Meaders left, and Robert Turner, manager er Wilson seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried to
    On a world-wide basis Rambler much so as if set out in full herein.
    sales totaled 500,95 for I approve tame. I I I The following monthly reports and letters were read and

    the first time In the company' Mr. Ray Chance Director of Civil Defense, appeared and filed u public records:
    history, Including 441,508 In stated that he appreciated the cooperation given to him by I Monthly! report of County Judge re: FIne and Forfeiture

    the U S. and 69,450 In international the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk for the Fund.

    markets, Dobyns said Civil Defense operations.The Monthly report of County Agent.
    The previous world-wide record I Monthly report of Assistant County Agent
    FOR SPEEDY SERVICE was set in 1962: when 417,' Clerk read a letter as received from Mr. Don Pangbcrn Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent
    381 Ramblen were sold. regarding right of way he had deeded to the State Road Department Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent

    The completely restyled a few years ago. After a discussion motion by Com, Monthly report of Florida State Board Of Health.

    Rambler American series and missioner Murrhee seconded by Commissioner Wilson and t Monthly report of Director of Civil Defense Clay County.

    the addition of hardtop model/ carried, to Instruct the Clerk to write and advise Mr. Pangborn Monthly report of Clay Boll Conservation District

    In the Rambler Classic and Ambassador that Clay County could not pay for the right of way and that Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections re:

    on quality series is resulting Ir the agreement WM between Mr. Pangborn and the Putnam Clay County Jail and SRD Camp No. 23.
    unprecedented demand for the County Commission Letter from Emmett L. Owen of the SRD; re: Bid Openings

    1964 models," he said. on No. 71530-3603, 71580-3801 and 71580-3802.:
    Mr. Lewis Wilson Supervisor of Registration, appeared and
    Letter from Mr. D. Llttlefleld SRD; re: Speed Zone studies.
    requested the Commission's approval to allow him to place the
    Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner
    HELPING HAND County Registration Books In the Precincts for thirty days before
    Murrhee and carried, to adopt the following Resolution:
    JOB PRINTING the election Motion by Commissioner Murrhee secondedby RESOLUTION

    Commissioner Wilson, and carried, to grant this request.
    WHEREAS the Board of County Commissioners of Clay

    1rY Motion by Commlsslsoner Murrhee, seconded by Commmlsloner -.- County Florida deem it necessary to establish a policy concerning

    Moody and carried, to stop any future sales for County the erection or maintenance of cattle gaps across land

    Lands in Lake Geneva area as the lots are needed for future dedicated for public streets and or, public roads in Clay County

    V' Call TheOfounty Clay pits Also, to have Roy Watkins survey County Lots In Florida,
    this area to property lines could be established NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the said Boardin
    session this day assembled, That no cattle: gap be erected
    The Clerk read a letter aa received from Charles F. Winton and or maintained across or upon any land heretofore dedicatedor

    regarding his assessment. No action was taken at this time and offered for dedication for public road purposes, or across or
    Mr. Wlnton'i letter war turned over to Mr. Jennings County
    upon any public road without tint having and obtaining the
    Tav! ( Crescent i Attorney. permission of The Board of County Commissioners of Clay
    Central; Americans in such
    countries as Guatemala, lion. Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner County, Florida
    Done and Ordered In Open Meeting this January 13, 1964
    Panama and Costa Rica
    dune Moody, and carried: to approve as prepared by
    are being given a helping hand Florida State Road Department regarding Section 71504-2801 Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner
    by employees and agents of the Deed I Wilson and carried the Board adjourned to meet again In
    MMKI insurance Company SR S.220ICounty )
    who Nationwide donated more than $20o OO0 Regular Session on the second Monday of February, that being
    to buy Inu fruit trees and ftrlllistri water Moody, and carried, to approve Architect's contract for Juvenile I LOUIS L. HUNTLEY Chairman
    pipes and school supplies Cells. Attest:

    I The Board approved and aU memben signed Deputy Sheriff OEOROE L. CARLISLE Clerk





    PANCAKES WAFFLES WE NEVER CLOSE 2 DONUTS AND COFFEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25

    Regardless of what time you

    WITH I SVttJP AND BUTTER go out, night or day, when ALL PIES . 25c PER SLICE CAKE 35c PER SLICEthe
    urge for good food or Just

    a rup of coffee you'll Ute the
    1. "around the Clock" arrvtcv at

    PANCAKES ((3)) . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Victor's good food served 2 EGGS ANY STYLE SANDWICHES

    PANCAKES (SHORT STACK) . . . . . .60 In a pleasant atmosphere.
    All 8m" .'Ilk BiUfffCrlli Tt..t (All Betted all" CoW Stiw A PitUt***)

    BLUEBERRY PANCAKES ((3) . . . . . . 85 THANKS AGAIN!! .' P.Uc( *. HOT ROAST BEEF

    SHORT STACK PANCAKES a.J (.".. (New Orleans Style) . . . . .60
    Your cordial and friendly reception
    WITH HAM. HAMBURGER . . . . . . . . ..45t.
    has much tom
    WITH HAM SAUSAGE OR BACON . 1.00 meant so
    and It Is with great pride WITH SAUSAGE .1.10 CHEESEBURGER . . . . . . .60

    PLAIN WAFFLE . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 that I can again serve you GRILLED CHEESE . . . . . .40
    WITH BACON .00
    DELICIOUS WAFFLE 70 Then U little more that I can OPEN EYE SWISS . 40
    . . . . . . .
    aay except Prom one old friend WITH SALAMI . . . . . . 1.20 SLICED TURKEY BREAST' .60

    FRENCH TOAST . . . . . . . . . . . .50 to another Thanks 1 to my PLAIN OMELETTE KOSHER CORNED BEEF ON 'RYE .60
    friends In Green' Cove Spring!
    and Clay County. . Q PORK


    STEAK r'ptANOECC . .. . . . . 75
    Made Order .
    to FRIED EGG . . . .. . ... . . .40

    JUST TWO EGGS BAKED HAM . . . . . . . . 80

    TOMATO AND CHEESE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75


    TOMATO, CHEESE, PEPPERONI AND MUSHROOMS . 1.25 ON TOP .. . . . ... .. .. . .. 1.1$ ORDER FRENCH FRIES . . . .. . JO
    \\', fit oiK, .i conibinat on.. Add.! .25 p.i item COFFEE DRINKERS WELCOMEI!


    COFFEE: IN TOWN . .. ., .. .10
    ( -.Ilk rr A Ge.e..lad! ) MINORCAN STYLE ' SALAD BOWL . .. ... . .1$ MILK CHOCOLATE

    CLAM CHOWDER BUTTERMILK . . ... ... .. .U
    KANSAS OTY CLUB STEAK . .1.15 HOME IADEOUU J, M. "MARTY"VICTOR TOSSED SALAD . . ... .. . .." COKE OR 7-UP . . .. ... ... .10

    CHOICE CUT RIB STEAK .. . .2.80 OR OUR HAM aiELSC AND POTATO ICE TEA: . ... . . ... .. ... .!. .10

    HOT TEA . . . . ... .. ... . .is

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