The Clay County crescent

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

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County Chthber s \Ot, lute$ Burlington I IVaat


corporate enterprises such as Burlington Indus As the first R. Mr Huffman said receptivity was !the which one is willing to correct mistaken and to do things _

-1 tries must never become so engrossed in production they most important of the three This requires he said, the employes cannot often do for themselves

: lose sight of the needs of their employees Weddle W. Huff creation of "a climate of having radar-type ears listening His Third R was religion . "not In the sense of nag

man. Burlington manager of industrial relations, told approximately with your eyes and your total body, and with your heart waving, but in an earnest desire to take action not for expcdlency F

#, 1 200 persons attending the sixteenth annual since so many employee deal In emotions" but because It la the right application! of company a ,

dinner of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce last night. "It Is necessary; he said, "to discern !the difference policies and practices In an environment In which the Golden I yr

The dinner meeting held In the Charles E. Bennett between a common chow gripe and a bona fide complaint"As Rule becomes a reality" !

yrry School, was a salute to Burlington whose subsidiary: the the second R the speaker said the next requirementin Before his address the return ot Burlington to Green

Green Cove Springs Yarn Company reopened Its local plant Industrial and human relations U resourcefulness. Cove ...lauded by State Representative S. D, Saunders Sheriff .

t early last summer and now employs more than SOO persons. "I mean by that," he said, "doing something about the John Hall and Mayor Edward B. Taylor

f The speaker was introduced by Conway Owing, superintendent problems you hear of when you are ft<<'pUve. Others at the speaker's! table were Clint Clark vice

of) the Green Cove Springs Yarn Co., and a director The basic thing most employee want, he said U recognition. president in charge of manufacturing of Burlington ThrowIng
of the Chamber. Berwick Anderson. Green Cove attorney This cannot be filled by such Impersonal) things as Co., of High Point: Vestal Palmer, comptroller of the

acted as toastmaster fringe benefits same company; !the City Manager and Mr*. Ben Zfliner ,

Delineating "The Three R's of Good Human Relations. "Resourcefulness) means many things and it ranges all T. Edward Austin of Jacksonville, the public defender for

Mr. Huffman, a former Duke University football player and the way from a genuine 'Good morning', to a smile, a pat this district; the Rev C. E van der"lthe\ Rev and

___ w wrestling champion, said there is a need today, in Induatry, on the back or even a kick where U will do the most good Mrs Oordon Craig, Mrs Hall, Mr*. Taylor, and Mrs An. -- a4

CONWAY OWLNGS to develop a 'keen sensitivity to all employee." He said the atmosphere of resourcefulness was that In demon ItERUICK ANDERSON

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Haydon Burns to 1 Favorite Qualifies ;

Matthews And Saunders Seek Reelection

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-- --- Jacksonville' Mayor Haydon Burns, who Aaa first hand knowledge of most ot the County's

problem and aspirations and la regarded as a friend of Clay County, Is among thcee who have

qualified for the upcoming gubernatorial' rac-..
Polio Vaccination: At the same time, Congressman' D. R. Ms tlhewi and State Representative 8. D. Baunder

A&P Supermarket Opens TodayIn announced this week they would trek rrelectlon
The third Babln oral vaccine
I On Bundsy, the .results of a 4J,Bounty poll mblUhed In The Florida Times-Union showed
feeding will take place Sunday
on that Mayor Burns holds a 2-to.l lewd over his nearest rival Fred O Dickinson, of Wst Palm
March 1. I teach i 1 t.

Orange Park County's Biggest Except for) the fact that this Individual alorle on the three candldste appear elsewhere, on this pag.
) ; time Type II vaccine will be ._
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given everything will be rtactly > \

-- The new A P Supermarket in Orange Park covering the,N41n asm. It a*will the only two previous takenosnenrtait TWO FOR COUNTYCOMMIMIOW" 12 Winners At Science. FairTwelve

10,000 square feet of shopping space at 2110 on Highway IT, ,- /
d .-* tee familiar formally opened at I.SO: o'clock: this AroraMgrAmong I r
w sugar eube with two drop of II-
those scheduled to be present at the opening cert- Everett W Ivey,of Oreen Oxinly students look. lop honors al the annual
vaccine on It. One Main, the
monies at (30 o'clock this morning are the Chairman of the Cove, and tonal Hatcher
public! schools of the county i County rkhuol Helen** Fair. In lilt auditorium of tee Omen
Board of County Commissioners, Louis L. Huntley, Sheriff John I of Mlddlcburg. said y.eUrday I
will be the clime! !locations. The | Junior UIh rVhool last week.
Hall Orange Park Mayor Walter O Odum. and the other tourtown they expel to
lime will be from noon to 6 //0"Among the winner. for projects on which some GI the entranU -
commissioner; Hoyt Cotney, Herbert Morrto, Prank Brown qualify nest week to run
m A donation of JJ crnU lslucetted
Jr. and Harley Broom; Police Chief J. C Jolne and ConstableCarl p for seals on the Hoard of sptnt molt than a year were: Carol l&.ptll> jIOI.nd
but everyone will set I
Moaley s the varrlrMS wtteOtrr" the doiia. County CommUnlorMt Terry King, both of the Keystone rVhool; Lorry Fowler, Oorg

The store itself contains the roost modern feature foundIn Uon Is mad" or not Mr Irry a retired CivilrVrvtre I r1w'l\MIn and .Broil. Hinllh. all of Oren. Cove; and Jamea peni
market anywhere in the .world according to A. D. supervisor whoa
super TIle final step U just as 1mportsnl : I i ardini Llmts slum, Laura Bhlpp, Unite flood Mary Parker.
Barrstt vice president In charge of AP operations In Florida --I U sal the Naval Dace In
as (lie tint two. Itglen I fullxk arid ROM Vires all of Omni Park,
Danny ,
portions> of Georgia and South Carolina. lie expressed pride that I Oren Coy. for IT yearn,
the ASP has this opportunity to make available! to residents protection will run for the wit now : i flcUMtr* Uacrwr who coordinated the work that produced]
third type! of l >Uo, Even ,
of Orange Park and surrounding area !this truly beautiful modern nrruiriod bf lather K: (U.. rihlbiu sees Ronald' "' ,hm. 1'tUllp Bt ugh, Robert L.
..Mrs though you and your childrenhave ', '
food store taken the first two. typre Wilson tvlll. Jr. J II Klllult and I II If Ii).W.*ee, all or tee Gem.
The store will be under the supervision of F R Harrison ,' Frne HsU-lier. of Middleburg .
of varclne. you do not yet. have Cove Junior high HrlwMil. Capon Johnson Howard Clues and
who was Instrumental In obtaining the new store location .ill run for the '
Mr Harrison noted that the wide aisles compleU self-smice. & : i protection against Type U l oIw seat now omiplwl byOnnmlMlmter Mr. Warul W,.trli1 ', all of Clay high: II ) Crabtrt and

adequate check-out stands, and magic carpet doors are among flu b- sure Dial you and Marvintrrrn I Mr Vlritnla JutiUn, of tie Keystone flchuol; and William T
pour children to UM cIlnU
the features of this new store which are expected to win favor ( " on Bundar. Xlarcli 1 t. and get
with both men and women shopper Type II vaccine Mr KIM: lUtkine ail of Orange Park

The complexity of the Supermarket operation Is hardly - -J.
noticeable to the average observer, the arrangement of the -

store bring orderly and easy to follow.

The store provide a complete self-service neat department I

Meats are pre-cut and pre-packaged and are plainly Candidates' I

marked with the name of the Item, price per pound, actual Three More

weight and total prtce The housewife can quickly chooM what i

ah wants from the many alaN and cuts In the open-face rt1frlgersted I
'ut"'HIn\&It 11 It Matthew anrimine4 today he will
case If, however, she wants a special' cut or odd I
win be I I IIIiM *vk rrvUrtKin. to CvwuirM la represent this dletrteC, ,
quantity of any merchandise, store personnel readily
In the CkNi",rMiona| *.Urtk>n* two year ago, Clay County
available to take the order and transmit It to the cutting room
WM In trie .....1fIIl OunflrMlonal dutrtct, represented tf Coo
for prompt personalized service. ft9
There will be thousand of Item of name brand merehandisc i .A Charles 1nawl&: ,
: s of jMk..m ill* In the rdl4.
available Including the famous Ann Page, Jane Parker and 61h rl,
p A Irlrtlng. slnre then, CUr KMUwn
other AP label goods.
,,, 4 I Into M Mallliew '
m *
Prawn foods win receive a larger share of attention, witha I .
ass 1:11: hlh t-.m"IMtIIIIa'l diatrkt. V ,
brands and farteU I
large case offering aO the popular I
In making hit anntMinremmt.Mr .
All types of Ice cream, sherbets, and frocen confections j
will be available. There' U a complete bakery department devoted . Matthew* 1114.In MS Ingclllsene 1 '
white and bread u .i, vP I .f the Ith fiutrkl U "
to fresh baked good Including variety |
t It return SM ... Cofc'''. I am y r
cakea, pie. *. roDa and dent
mindful of and grateful for ,
win be available!
Nearly every conceivable type of food on s
the hundred of feet of general shelving throughout the star*. I IAs 3;, F the hah hotor lhy hate paid '
} me *>r flrliig me Into prlrlUgef I -w .!,
sn additional service tor customer AP will also handle
,,f leven If ,.
Unrt a* health amt be.aty aids, twosewtm. and other nonfood wy i.... yeses -
J.: .....*... I rIl strive tn every
way / wratifHte the
AP I member ef a family of more wwnawb/ I
The new Orange Park a .
,t. -- d.rd M. aerY1r. there
than 4.JOO store to the Untied BUM! and (Canad. ."
j en4..r.*.4 U glue In the
An AP apokMBMUi Indicated that the Tt. Company .'. .
.I pW .. th. pMtJe *4 Msy MMtUI p
It \U known In trade cirri., waa founded In New York In A ,4 ..."' MUte and ".1...
..... tint stride In the development ,
George Kanttnrton Hartford. .' 'As err ef If... s",Auf M"mIM .
of the chain war to lake Ira out of the luxury cits t : ... ....,. 4 the IbMM Onninl4to. --

*>y buying K direct from China. By dring a. n I* claimed, b* ;,;/1" 6 tat A..rto tMur I Hot! I am In I
rfertinaled the of Middlemen Uwrrtor enafeftng t : tJII!'" D. ft. NATTfIEIId'a
profit nan* '
) 'i (>e rlKu] r>r vital tmlllnn inH
hen to sen the romtnodJty moth cheaper than before Cnr ur. I'. .. .twdh'r. .... IA m..Mwi/ \ aiMMUitl food and fiber for aur aeoptoI
aged *y surer In this venture Mr Hartford exj*nd4 hi
/ a prta*> fM i* autn * venture' to other Ares' of food .. fur ..*. 21 mutton )HM In An..rk. and I fa a moot
Today an Ap Hire may hare upwards of onw l.go/ *fewnt \ .t.ty.: .'.,,"i la tmf sue sedan rommwnlfTs.

(.I.-' _tVm* In IU stork. _n._ __ t 'W, *M"y yearn! In Om ,.... hate also gfven M a wide

l-jWiUfMttri ef tNe. gnat and (Mni>U. problems dotMctie

I'Schola l ipTo Be Set .... at 4 tntrmalkM!. ttttof Ewe N.tlnn.. I promtee Ie rtnr'Mn all

Up tpj people to !/*.. very *.*! ef .r alihty IA the e.luilOlt'" Ib.sprplutn
KIP. ex Dauu 1e( DSag Mitt,. N4tt>OV MBA* puNrar,

A scholarship fond tar a hrtp Acrtn the past yet r.Thrre >.>. A. D a..1aw a K *... to the *e, .. as. a ia1.s h* Ibe INS gA r* Uitl res. fnre there. tn *. men /nl autUrs *eenuui Mf 'forUM

0Iunt girt to atbmd nuntAgI wig be a weti&4 ea < auu U* al r*. isww.l ISM ...e be .wM ...l ei. .a. W au.r frt..le lo (lap C..ev lad M Nsaed.d e. r mnbWf.i.Mi ef CMwrMe, I feel I should uy hi WasrOAf

II I* to W. art v by the ha.oual .x U/V* fem aatn .w.t, .....Mee of is- <..*irU p.e4' s a.1 esgar.ii.rcr, Ion ae SJMW* M "Mible' .to cede la give eoruUnl attention to

[ rwrvuve k..rdNway nslbwetent ...... MarchIT ) I..a..w 5.5.1 to the fr e UM to ItMhh $ rm SO5 e.a..a.e1 .4 .e.e lal be w*.M Is a ...ISIss. '-. I we. sr frWfwl .. assist. IM by pre> nUIIC my julUW

I UemoneJ !tat tal t. 1ZI.atJ. to OeJMeria*.A nrkstae. M Mtr.1a.d. lret,4w. Me sales h the Clcr W.ea- Cemlb. subs to tw new" rttueiu who may not knew me and may not

Al a Meting If the avtSMry and pared tfMweto.) I* M W. eUlto Ibpeta1 was ..s rubdt thl. M a mcee.c W the II.p+...5d Iwae..e w sad s.Ia..Lnl.Mra/ be. f.*UJUwlU Ml ,....-d In Cbftgrea*'

lam wok tMnbrr bard a top f... tit the fceeunt. *4 (.,Wb."a '..M.I iopw ii1r.. 1.1... he ..a *** .a. bee a.e.d M U .wool., pease w wfS Mr Matthews snnouAMd he would! serve M blot two

WTt.... by IL L CUdtfk.ttaJ which ..eria hm. kanthmiwa pegs f.a.. Me soda./ grevth W Ihe CMrl a.I 55. .Ms'. g.e.MsS g.swi. .N .N I. SMKAJ4H u..Mirr, and the CiUsen Bad ef OJnevUI would

l- Miaktnatrwtor. u.M.e heI NVIed I einantl i+f aea 1ab sal 11x1 M 41'11.1.1 a.o.J pA'iCbe4 .emvt bM .....i.1. IW p pS .4 tie eaals, .. the. Mosey ef aJe funds. Rteha/d WUUaau, ol Ili Mala

| tUM ter u.w asatsttma l I ,. Fags 15 lCbeu, ..l en P4e II II, OeJMsvtSe. **rv. M deputy treasurer, 1



TWO C Clay! County\! (Crescent! THTK3PAT FZBBUARY t?, 19(4dag _

( (ttnunty (Ercscent! JtotliMer A View of The Civil Right BillThe Star-Studded Keystone

Civil Rlghti bill already passed by the House of Representative -
I by and now pending before the Senate is characterized For Burns
Green Cove: Vote Acts of sentiment and kindliness are rare and heart-warm* as "the most insidious piece of legislation In the history of our
Ing, sometimes exciting. And yet when their end-result affects I country" by T. Coleman Andrews, of Richmond a former
the public weal, they are not Infrequently acts of recklessnessand I Internal Revenue Commissioner The Keystone Heights area boasts what appears to t be t:>

Approximately 1,600 residents of Green Cove are eligibleto expediency.I I In a letter distributed to newspapers, Mr. Andrews says I largest working political group working for any gubernatorial;

vote In next Tuesday's election. At that time a single City doubt that anyone in America today is not troubled by "few Americans, especially businessmen realize this vicious candidate in the County.
Commissioner will be named I our Presidential succession. If Lyndon B. Johnson should suffer measure would convert this nation Into a police state under the Pushing the candidacy of Jacksonville's Mayor HaYdon
Mayor Edward B. Taylor, who has been a member of the another massive heart attack and die in these perilous days, I direction and control of a powerful central government. Its I Bums, the organization numbers more than 70 persona

commission! for four years, is running( for re-election on the City before next January, the nation would have as its President, effects would adversely affect everyone black and white alike. Carl B. Darden Is general chairman Of the Bums-for-Oo,.

Commission's record of surmounting the endless legal road. I Congressman John McCormack, of Massachusetts. Unlike most I "It's evils according to Mr. Andrews are not concentrated I I ernor Committee, with Charles J. McOIave serving as comm.t-

blocks laid In its way to purchasing the de-activated Naval members of Congress Mr. McCormack does not list his birth in, nor are they confined to, the much discussed and highly tee treasurer.
base; of successfully and rather quickly attracting Industry date in the Congressional Directory However "Who's WhoIn I publicized "public accommodations section vicious though that In addition to Mr. McOIave, members of the finance committee .

to its facilities and to a progress which only a year ago would America" lists his age as 72. By no stretch of the Imagination section is. It becomes more and more evident that "Public Ac are: Katherine McOlave, Albert Nelson, George Schae'.

have, been regarded as nearly impossible, has anyone ever accused Mr. McCormack of being a statesman I comodatlons" is a red herring that has been used to divert I fer, William Smith. Donald E. Pangbora, Prank Nooney, R L
J. Hoyle Brown, a highly respected Oreen Cove business If Mr. McCormack died in office, we would have President Carl public attention from the basic evil that runs through all of I Walker Walter M. Mulhofer Dr, D. M. Chrtstoffers. William B
man, who has lived in the City for nearly two decades Is run. Hayden 88.Though. it like a fine electrical control wire, ready to be charged when Belete, Dr Jack Wllhelm, Helen Egan Melba Egen Camilla!
nlng on a platform that says our present payrolls must not be I neither man Is remotely qualified to confront the ever the Attorney General chooses to throw the switch. Stewart Sue Dwyer Mrs. Charles 'Titus. Nettle Stltchberry, Jean

hurt in the clamor to gain new ones. He contends that at this I awesome problems which Lyndon Johnson is having great "If Congress passes the Civil Rights Bill the United States Fox. Lou Nelson. Helen Wallentousv Winifred Crawford, Mrs
point in the City's growth the best possible hands are neededto difficulty facing, wt do nothing about It because both men I Attorney General will thereby be made a dictator with practically -I Herman Roehl. Mrs. AlIce Dwyer and Mrs. Ann Poole
guide the operation. I are longtime members of Congress and it would be an act of unlimited powers His 'Inspectors' will swarm, snooping Members of the advertising and publicity committee are
The Crescent would like to see Green Cove's city hall cold-blooded and unsentimental unklndllness to upset their and prying, over the countryside. I II Anthony Baker, chairman; and C. W Owens E. E. Fox A
filled with enthusiastic voters from 7 o'clock next Tuesday chances. Congress Is betting that Lyndon Johnson won't have This proposed legislation goes far beyond the wildest hopes G. Prak. Roy Tyre, J. W. Warms Floyd Baker, T. W. Baker,
morning until 7 o'clock that evening I another heart attack and the stakes are the future of of the Socialist-Liberals. It impairs the right of homeownersto Mary Schaeffer Corbett Terrell. Wlllla Chesser, Col. John Reid-
No one who falls to vote has a right to crab about the re* ''the United States and its position in the world. I I be the sole judges as to whom they will rent lease or sell ler. C H. Goodyear and L. O. KJanght: Jr.

suits of .n'election. We would like to see 1.000 . not 800 or I By precisely the same token I believe it was a mistaken their homes; it impairs the right of employers to hire or discharge The telephone and transportation committee Is headed by
400 voters *-(' the polls that day Those who fall to show up sentiment that motivated the appointment of Marjorie Longto as they see fit; it Impairs the seniority rights of em William M. Beam Members of the committee are: Mrs C. W

would be the first to cry havoc if their right were taken away I be the County's superintendent of public instruction. For ployes, union and nonunion, alike; and it impairs the right of Owens Roy Livingston E E, Williams! Richard N Sunderland

from themj. Then let them use it though the laws of Florida do not I am told, specifically state I banks and other institutions to make I loans and extend creditin W. L. Thomas, Q. C. Payne, Charlyne Chesser. Roy Watkliis.
if that a county superintendent of public instruction must havea I accordance with their best judgment Mrs. Tom Flnley. Charles Titus and Helm Wallenlous.

master's degree, this point la a substantial factor in whetheror "This bill can affect nearly every Individual In the United The election day committee is headed by Frank W. Jones

not a county's public schools are or are not accredited. States: insurance agents, realtors, editors, broadcasters, merchants Other members are Tom FInley C. W. Orrena. Hugh Griffin.

Surely there la no one whose heart doea not go out at this manufacturers, bankers, farmers, homeowners, teachers, Arnold Larson and F. W. SchioeJer.
5E.ett.ers :ta tty :Sfcltor juncture to Mr and Mrs Long Their conduct, under staggeringodds I I recipients of veterans pensions, civil service workers, receivers The office staff Is headed by S. E. McKay. Others are

has been dignified and valorous.But of social security, and parents of children attending school Ramarie Beam H. L. Morgan Jr., Joy Baker: Faye Darden.
what about more than 6,000 students In the County's even school boards, themselves. It would outlaw "discrimina Helen Warren. C. J. O'Connor, W J. Dermody, Ralph Bryan

To Jhe Clay County Crescent: I public schools! Mri. Long, however much w* may admire her lion," yet, It doesn't even define the word. Imogene Bryan and Rle RldaugM.
courage and dignity, does not have a college education of any I "The Senate Is our last hope. If its members cower before
Copies of The Crescent have been fascinating to me, andI kind.The the winds of hysteria, we will have had 1L For the President

follow your progress with much Interest. It looks to me that I story goes that Hlrrls Long\ will be there to do the impatiently awaits the opportunity to put his signature to the '
:you take,a firm stand on issues and should be building your thinking and his wife will be there to do the legwork This warrant that will consign us, our children and our grandchildren ''HERE'S GOOD NEWS'It

paper Into a respected organ of news and progress for thecommUB1 has been the case, progressively, for some months as Mr Long's I to generations-long political social and economic bondage

I physical capabilities worsened. "If you want to continue governing your own life, write
And yet, Mrs. Long's appointment was accomplished I am your senators both of them, and tell them so. Tell them you I Is no longer necessary t. rose into a subdivision In
William E Huger
told with the full knowledge and sanction of both the Boardof oppose this bill; tell them why. Do It now.Editor's ,
order t* wn at complete tnaHty 1 eme. If yon own a
(Editor's Note: Mr. Huger was for many years chairman of : Public Instruction and the Board of County Commissioners.They <(< Note: For those who wish to express their views on

the Board of Governors of the New York Stock Exchange. He i it appears, were the architects. The engineer was Farrls the Civil Rights bill now pending before the Senate, both Senator In the country or a small tons yen are now tnaUfled1
is now a senior partner in the highly respected Atlanta-bued I Bryant's patronage dispenser! In the County who 24 hours Spessard Holland and Senator George Smathers may be ad-
brokerage firm of Courts *: Co. which has offices, among before the appointment was announced disclaimed: any knowledge dressed In care of the Senate Office Building Washington for F.IIJL financing wUsi a* money down Payments

many other places, in Jacksonville) I of.t .and then before categorical. question had "no DC.) I on a brick t bedroom bees a* few as $n.71 per mOD .
comment to mate on me matter, -- -- I
If this was good for more than S.OOO public school students I For complete Information. fU .. th coupon below MIl

To the Clay County Crescent: In the County why was I it not discussed: In the open'
\: "- ,-:__ PHONE IZJ-J74I mall to Dixie Quality Horn. ..0. Box 177, Orange Pack
Am 1 my brother's keeper One of my pet hates Is for Why the secrecy? Why was it presented to the voters, to the
parents and to the students of the County as fait accompli
a Florida.
someone to go to one of my sons and complain about some ,
I believe in spit of the wishful \k CHIROPRACTOR
contrary thinking of some
thing another son has or has not done.It Y
of those associated with this ;
act of kindliness, that the healthof
teems to me It would be much easier for them to go
a public official la matter of It has been
a news. Though
directly to the one Involved. I :'-
I wish you would help me nag the Fish" and Oamt Commission open knowledge I have sat on the story of Mr Long's illness DRI R. D. LONGWORTHIII
I 1 for months . out of respect to the stated wishes of Mrs Long
into putUnr"IOme fingerlings into our lake. W. need bias I I I NAME . . . . ... .. .. ..,.,.... ..... ,.. ., .. ... . .
Remember that during the numerous Illnesses of President N 5TH STPALATKA. rIA.I .
bar of fish it is hard
and crappie and brim. The lake is so
Eisenhower, during the fatal Illnesses of
the lateSenator Taft
the time. You sel
for anyone to catch a good mesa most
dom get more than one or two: sometime none. And you haveto and John Foster Dulles, their condition was a matter of wide TRUTHS YOU SHOULD KNOW ADDRESS .. . ... . ,.. . .. .. . .. .. ... . .. . . .
be ai expert fisherman to get any at any Urn. land I I' dignified publicity and their physicians were authorized to I guess I am an old grouch just plain mean-natur butI candidly to representatives of news media.Farrls Molt Insurance Companies as wen
do love to fish and I like to catch a few when I get to gofishing. > Bryant did not heed the plea of the County Citizens as the Florida Industrial Commission

I, School Committee that if It became necessary to appoint a Recognize Chiropractic TOWN .. .. . .. . . , . .. . . STATE.. . .. . .
I think we have the beet county In which to live In the successor to Itlrris Long h* name the man who wins the pri 33,000.000 Americans Avail Themselves of Chiropractic
mary leas than 90 days If he had done this and
away had
all the Health
whole state! but we are being by-passed, with things Services
being given to the rest of the state. W* pay the same taxes as named Mrs. Long to be his own executive assistant at $15,000 Florida Chiropractic Physicians Must Paw the PHONE ... .
a year, I would have applauded such of . .
an act sentiment
entitled to share. Same Basic
are paid throughout Florida. And we are our i Examinations aa Other Profes
that did not affect the chances of .
more than S.OOO County
Borne of us fished our lakes before skiing became: the dons
I students when they apply for admission to
college. But he
national sport aid w. should not have to give up our lakes to was _._
not a big enough man to do that. -- -
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nothing but water skiing. I
will And however we may feel It remains a fact and I don't ,
Bo If we cry loud and long enough perhaps someone
I car what Farris Bryant says to the contrary . that our
who feel l the
help. Perhaps there are other fishermen same way.
I schools today do not, except from a technical point of view,
I like to read "Potllkker. I am glad to see a news editor
meet the requirements for accreditation I
am aware are
who is not afraid to state an honest opinion.
I some backward counties In the state today whoM school superintendents .

Bernlc Baker are not educated: and they have been, somehow,
accredited.But The Bank of Green Cove
(Editor's Note: If we can retire Farris Bryant back to the w* are not a backward county Green Cove la undergoing Springs
precincts of Ocala perhaps things wlU improve for Clay Count a vast change In Its whole social and economic structure
,. As far as the Governor's office Is concerned w* can only W* have already the children of Burlington administrative

10".the way.) personnel our public schools We shall shortly have the children .

of Climate Conditioning and Johns Manvllle people. Orange Know Your Bank -
To the Clay County Crescent: Park and Keystone are full of other. Will they understand
this act of political sentiment?
Please keep hitting this night school activity which U Clay County has ridden steerage so far as I am able to
mostly sports While It Is sometime band IIract.I> : 1II more discover, ever since the day fanrts Bryant took the helm InTallah.

frequently football or basketball. ....*. And what the patronage dispenser wants, the
I am to tired of saying\ "No you cannot go out on a school County gee
night" to, one Junior high school student I am not sure how I .- - .-- -
Mr*. Ruth Geiger, Vk President tad the only wo***a
will fact three more of them coming up.
These children need time for homework. They are assigned by contributing funds to Its support r of tb* Bank's boar, ha bees a member of ISM

homework whether game are scheduled or not Result: when I am sure It is not because the parents and people of Green "
Bank family for twelve ..... r
they an supposed to be doing their homework, they are frequently Cove are not lntenUd. I have attended too many games in

asked to show "school spirit." tit* put that had large attendance to believe there is no intrrect A native of Jarhaon-ltl. she moved U Or**. COT i...
1 understand that representative of the Cltlaens School It could be that the notice of the meeting was not handled

Committee' contacted Dr, Lee Eggrt, University of Florida" properly Were the parent notified. A small boxed notice of |waty-l.. year at*. Sis year after joining the Btak's Y n r
member of the Southeastern Regional Accreditation' Board the meeting appeared In The cre.cent. But there was not h
Ut MMI Uan DUconnl TtlWr ands
and h* said that the fact that the new superintendent of public enough Urn between pubUcaUon of that Uu of Th Crescents as* wee year

Instruction would be In office In December, when the County's the meeting :stet. In I.St. she torAmbUat Cashier y, .b ,
schools art accredited would have no effect on our accrodlta The enrage working parents, last Thursday I would guess

Uon: Bo there Ia I hop. W* will get our qualified man In office enjoyed dinner watched th new on UtovUton and then turned Mrs Gelgrr WM ktifj .. la* Beard of DtmUn1st y + et t.

Jn January and he will clean up any leftover chor**. I am to the news of our nw industry Mr. Harris Long, PoUlkktr. '
IMI and was awed a tar rrwU, *.l In IMS. SB* tae
However, I heard an entirely different story last : And. maybe fur several cup of coffee they got th notice of

that w* would lose our accreditation unless art accredited .w-'I the moeUng. By this Urn, of court, It was too late to attn4 bees) a Uv* fo* a sealer of y.*r* !I. law National) Aao ,
Intrndent were In office: In December, Had It not bn for a couple of the mother who did man-
*<. to find out about the meeting, the attendance would have tie.. .? sunk W.wa a" has gramtol frosa Des
"*i R. J. Ttlpktt boon. ices than 14.
Awerle.a l attUU" *l Doaliag ....
With th* election of Mr. Judy a* president of the Utile

League, and Frailer )Balky aa sloe president I "I w* are off MIA. RUTH
TO the Clay County Crescent:
lo a good suit. M they Hurt have the whole* rtd co 01108&a

Duly 14 person attended the rganlaaUonal ese.Unr of the operation of all parents not jut 14 of them. The r-.ots.ra" as* Dvottor

Ocean Cove Little League last week DtBOU8TTDINEW I

There Why ar approximately 100 parents in this organisation BANK 0 GREEN '
and. as I understand' It, a eoupl& ef phone calla had to b* mad f

at the lest. minute to get an attendance of II.
TIM parents' of Orson Ov Little UesnMn owe It to the

sponsor-and to th others who nuke our UtU league pomlbU L' m) USEI GARS The County's Oldest and Largest BankCongm


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THURSDAY FEBRUARY__ t7. 19<4 Ctoy\! County: \! Crescent \ I'i FACE THRU

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COUNTY 'COMMISSIONERS'' MINUTESCLAY Ex-pro Heads Little Leaguers \VI. S. c. S. Plans Easter Meeting (Paid political Advertisement)

COUNTY The W.S C.s. tWoman's So- Home Community will show
GREEN: COVE STRINGS FLORIDA clety of Christian Service) will\ slides of his trip to the Holy
Monday It, 1961
have their Easter program next Land. The public Is invited! to ON MARCH ,,
9:00: O'clock AJU.
Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock
come to gM this ,interesting
The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met I at the church I
in regular session on the above time and date in the CountyCommissioner' Carroll Wright, of Memorial program. I
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meeting room in the Courthouse.

The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Honorable
I Paid political, Advertisement ,
Louis L. Iluntley. Other members present were LutherE. 11
Wilson District No. I, Marvin Oreen District No. 8, O. J. I I
Murrhee, District No. 4 and H. E. Moody District No. &. .
I Elect
Reverend Gordon Craig Minister of The Pint Methodist Taylor
y N
Church of Green Cove Spring, gave the Invocation. ,
The Chairman stated that the Minutes of the last meeting .", I J. Hoylc Brown I II _
were published and if there were no objections from the ,,, .. _
I ;
other members, the reading of these minutes were waived and r I
approved. No objections were voiced by the other Board memo I II. to the

bers. : I I To the Voters of Orrrn Cove SpringsI '

Mr. Roy L. Watkins appeared and presented a Plat of :. Green Cove City Commission ant Indeed honored to have served M one of your

"Postmasters Retirement Village"\ on Lake Geneva. After a I. .. City Comnislslonen for almost four years. I have upheldthe
discussion, motion was made by Commissioner Murrhee, to dignity of this office and the trust that you placedIn
accept this Plat only as presented and the Commission would wr4 I me.
not be responsible for paving streets but would accept streetsas .'" I ; Your City government has made much progress In
they were built by the developer.Mr. ,; el'I the past four years Your City Is bring operated with
W. P. Wilson of Keystone Heights appeared and requested -I .1 w ';.,.I I modern, up-to date machinery, second to no other Florida

information with reference to paving of road around 1'1 city of comparable size
Lake Brooklyn. Mr. Wilson was advised that the abstract work :.?,1' J f i Many vacant lots In the City have been cleared and
was about 80% completed! on this project and that deeds on .. .. this I'totfr.n'III be continuedThe
same would be drawn soon for necessary right of way require. ,. :- '1'). -"Jt., 'T\: iI City park and recreation area are the finest;

.' ''ti1A .-4.\ sir your electric power distribution system has been renovated
ments.Mr.. J. T. Norton Attorney for Mr. Roy M. Saunders, appeared ->- G_ I I : and we have ,modern police equipment for :34 hour-
and requested the Commission to approve Resolution a day protection.
for closing streets as advertised in Section 1) Township 4 Burlington Industries was attracted to reopen Its
Range 25. There being no objections from the public, motion leech Judy, a onetime professional baseball player, Ol'ffnvp plant which now employs more than 300 persons
was made by Commissioner Wilson, seconded by Commissioner last week was named president of the Green COT Mile I and has ap\ annual payroll estimated at about three
Green, and carried, to approve Resolution to close these streets League, lie surrreds Rufus Tucker' who resigned. quarters of a million dollars.
The nest meeting of the League will be held at I Vh rk
as advertised\ > The acquisition of the Naval Base makes your City
Mr. J. C. Sapp, Attorney appeared representing Mr. J. T. tonight In the Green Tore city hall tor the purpose *f setting almost doubt It) land area, with a beautiful 9-hol. golf
Crawford regarding the closing of a portion of King Street in up a ladle auxiliary, course attracting visitor her every day

Section 39, Township 5 Range 28, u advertised in Notice to Frailer 0, lUllry was turned vie president. I feel sure all the people of our City would like to Already w* have CllmaU Conditioning located In our I
the Public. There being no objections from the Public, motionwas I Mr. Judy, who played for the Toledo Mud-Hens, said are us move forward In progress which ran only be mad Industrial\ pack Additionally, Hurling ton Industries has
made by Commissioner Wilson, seconded by Commissioner he would try to construct dugouts and to recondition Ih* a reality with progressive and sound leadership at Its leaned ainnttwr large buHdlnn thrrt The annual revenues

Moody, and carried to close as advertised Little League field helm Our City government Is big business To succeed I front these two alone will\ pay more than half the annual
Reverend Gordon Craig and Mr. Richard Sapp, appeared -- -- --- --- big business require proper planning, sound Judgment and retirement chargeon the revenue certificates Issued to

representing the American Red Cross, Clay County Chapter, 'IGreen Cove Socials I concerted action by those entrusted "'IUIt.. leadership buy the 'ro"trty|
and requested! March be declared Red Cross Month by the I believe my record as chairman of the Clay Hovpltal The City Commission Is I working In COM! cooperation
Board. Upon motion by Commissioner Wilson, seconded by Hoard for the put eight yare will prove .my ability to stilt the Atlantic Chat. tine Railroad and with other
Commissioner Moody, and carried, to adopt a Resolution as Mr. and Mrs Conway Owlnis Mrs Worth Thompson of Sra serve the public, and to sm It with a high calitor of I agencies to attract more and more payrolls to the area
presented by Reverend Craig I spent the weekend In August, bland Ga was the guest last I efficient and sound leadership. We oiwiird' the hospital Th. City Commission Is In the final stages of signing

Continued Page 7)) Oa., visiting Mr. Owlng's psr- I I week of her sister and brother with an Imfcttedness of 140,000; with only tlu bar iwratitlesto < till another Industry to be located In the Industrial park.
- on.-- enta. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey operate.<< TtxUy. all obligations have ben paid We are constantly being reminded by Industrial developers
Robinson. and ha that Oreen C'tlII... the fluent pier of Industrial prop
--- - I not a single person been turned away whether
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Johnston. city. std sites In the Rnuth.
they were financially able to pay or not All equipment nerrMary
MAGNOLIA DAY NURSERYLICENSED j attended the funeral of their I The Rev and Mrs Gordon for the efficient operation of the ho.plt 4 was Present; pUniNim call tot a large i recreation area
nephew In Atlanta last week Craig had aa their guest l..t' bought and (mid for Not a rent of the freetx Mer,' tax there I Including vNmt ramie, baseball and Softball fields,
and INSURED Mrs. J. W. Stewart accompanied weekend Mrs Craig's mother money was used the people have been served well and today full use of the swimming ixmla and a recreation center
them. Mrs Ruth A Meyers of MiamI. .lhrre Is an accumulation of 1112,000. The hospital Is for our youth and sdults. This Is a long-rang program

CHILD CAREBy I now IM'lt.aUI'Iortlnl| and It is as well equipped as any In alt lives thlnai, vi, on the City Commissionhavt
Day or Week Miss Marsha Turner a student Mr. and Mrs J R. Kenney hospital of IU alas In \h.> Blat I am proud of this ac- brf'n'rry arllv further r e v nus from our Industrial
at Georgia Southern In put grand royal matron and rotnplulunent' for the people> of Green Cove Rprtnis. park wilt help m BABY SITTING AU Hours Btatesboro, spent the weekend patron of the MassachusettsGrand Th proper handling of this successful project was a pertinents, to Improve our streets. sidewalks and watr
i with her family Mr. and Mrs Court of the Order of I result of a sound and progritMlv business background front.
601 MagiwlU Green Cove Phone Ut-94t I D. C. Turner.Miller Amaranth, were the recent stretching bark for :SO years On the baal of all this. I ak my friends to go to

guests of Mrs Mildred MacMillan I feel! If I am elected I ran serve our City with the tli. |.,11a on Tuesday and reelect m* to your City Com
- - -- while enroute to StPetnllbur. sane degree of Integrity foresight and sound Judgment mission so that w* may continua our progressive program
.. I that tau proved itself In Uw management of' ths hospital. and, nuke our City one w* can be doubly proud of
Mr. and Mrs J. C Turner J. iiovuc SHOWN
of IlalnbrldOa spent anun A .1I'JU't'L ''OMIf'.ONI.anr .
Can I/. II.
day as the guests of their
::r and daughtrrln '. Mr. .un.//I 1.l'e male flrr+n (....* flrw. la/'. Grow. silk Iran C'. tt, vs' GMotmafPlymouth

Mrs I!. C. Turner. I
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: .. Lenten Meditation spring and the singing lark. 1y i Plane In
Some Conditioning
The Cross is the sum of the I Science Fair Winners Climate

Bible; the Bible Is the book of
by Rev C. E. van der fifaaten
the Cross. The Cross U the ,
THE WORD OF THE CROSS of the world, the one In co-I sign of salvation and the Bible I
"For the word of the crow IaI logne or Reims, WestminsterAbby contains the record of salva ,, r;;+
to them that are perishing, or Notre Dame, not as a tion. The Cross U our banner
foolishness: but unto us which tourist but as a Christian, you'' and the Bible Is our banner .', aJr
are being saved, It U the pow certainly have heard a power- | carrier. The Cross and the '
er of God."-1 Cor. 1:18.: ful sermon from the speechlessstone Bible God has joined them I'I
As we enter the Lenten Per of these sacred and massive -j together, and they shall not be
iod our minds are at once cent buildings, with their tor.reta put asunder; they shall con '
tered upon the Cross. "The and spires and towers and tinue to be one, mutually de.
Word of the Cross" how shaped in the form of the manding and complementingeach I'I
beautiful and grand There U Cross other.
other expression which in The Cross really spoke afterit a
no And just as stones can speak,
I!I .. ,. w. ,' A at
such brevity, beauty and point. so too, the metal of our church- had been raised up on Cal
edness embraces all that Moses bells can preach. Indeed, if we vary and the King with His I,
and the prophets Christ and only care, we can hear sermons crown of thorns had been mall. 'I J
the apostles have taught as from the lilies of the ed to It as the Lamb of Ood I ,
these words do The Bible from field from the birds in the air, that bore the sin of the world. 1
the first word In Genesis to the from the vine and the grain of "But Ha was wounded for our ,'
last word, in Revelation can In the field from the hills and transgressions, He was bruised
its entirety in no better way valleys, from the stars In the for our iniquities; the chastisement
be characterized both as to firmament of the heavens, and of our peace was upon _. .. --
its depth and its simplicity, from the raging billows of the Him; and with His stripes we George Swannon. 16 yean Lorry Fowler, 14 years old,
than this term, "The Word of deep. | are healed" n.a. 53:5): ) thisis I old a student at Clay High an 8th grade student at irye
the Cross" I That we have the Word of the sermon of the Cross. who espects to follow In his Green Cove Junior IIIh,
"The Word of the Cross"-':' the Cross we owe to the power | Remove the Cross from the father's shoes as a physician, took an overall junior award
how are we to understand this? of the Word concerning the world and take away the Bible won the senior division awardIn for his earth science project
Has the Cross also words whichIt I Cross the Scriptures: and and the Cross with It, then Chemistry for his project which required two months
can utter? Is not the Cross their interpretation In evangelistic -': all will become midnight and "Stinking Electricity," to complete,
dumb Can wood preach Most preaching The Cross and darkness, and this midnightwill I
assuredly; for when men are the Bible are cloudy connected -,I be destruction But the God ---'- ,
silent even the stones cry out just as are the pearls and who has given the Bible also I
Paul Hardeman,
I the Bible He has Julian E. White, senior pilot for Climate Conditioning, a division of
If you have ever stood In frontof the shells, like morning gleam { preserves I
any of the Brand cathedrals and morning dew, like the I I made provision that only one Inc.. Is shown above with the company's monoplane which arrived In Green Cove on Sunday -
___, I Into the company's southeastern headquarters st the new Industrial
-- ----- - - -- single tree should grow up and will be based at
heaven and that tree Is the park,
Cross Happy Is he who lives Mr. White, s retired chief petty officer of the Coast Guard aviation section, comes
and dies In the shadow of the I to Green Cove from an assignment at Little Rock Ark. where Climate provided the In-
illFuneral Cross, for when he departs the suUtlon modules for the Titan II launch silos
word reaches him from the Mn, White Is following her husband by car They will make their home In Gretn

Crucified: "Verily I say unto Cove
Home you, this day yet shalt thou be I :Meanwhile Del Stone, Climate's new office manager, was due In Green Cove this week

I with me In Paradise" Provisions with his 'amll0IASLES8,,
have been made that - -
when heaven and earth pass "\\' : WEDDING"POSTPONED
away the Word of the Cross .
Funeral DirectorI'hone J I
shall remain, and shall remain The "Womanless Wedding" EASTER SPECIAL I

J forever, although in eternity planned by the Rainbow Gluts
1f tQl' :4-'Ifi!lj It shall become the Wordof which was planned for March *
the Crown. For this is the T has been changed to March

GREEN COVE SPRING, FLORIDA Alpha and the Omega of the -- --- _" __ '-"_ r..... 2e -,-_._ 14 Permanents I12.SO _ ONE-HALF PRICE
HWY. II EAST P. O. BOX 415 Bible: through the Cross to 1, __ _
Terry King, It years old, Carol Stephenson, II
the Crown. j yean - -- -- With Bonn Manicure Incuded
of the Keystone School won old, a student at Keystone OP LITTLE LEACL'ERS
the Junior Physics award for Illlh School, won a Mat he- i SHAMPOO SET $%.50
his project In the field of matte award and was one Registration I for
'64 Corvair Monzaby radio of the 11th grade award win Orange Park Area UUI.I 3 Beauticians To Serve ToilMabel's
ners. Her project was "the League will\ be held at the
MIXED BOWLING history of Count," Lion's Club, In Orange Park, I ; Beauty Shop' '
Chevrolet Won Lost. on Saturday. Time of Registration !.
Magnolia 49% 42 H -- -- --- will' be I to 3. Little I

1 ",- , :::1 rf__ Drivers 49 43 1"01t Tug' IIE5T I. ... Leaguers must bring birth I hours 1.00: am Till
t 1:'I! '} } 'f1IfJ Untouchables ,48 44 certificate. Ages J-lt
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.( I Jokers 47 45 years old before July U, I Phone 264-9JS3 Orange Park, Fla.
1 '" r"tIIII, ice' Tar price I.
: j Professors 47 45Klngflihers 0
L !. 1 48 48 --_ __-H- ---___-_-___ __ __ __ ____ __
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l-Dalls 41 60
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/ Vi 61tt
.f: ". '" . Champions 39 I LA. GRADE. A GOVT. GRADE
',,' _' \:;; 0 ..... !!i" ,'"c. ';JI' ':." , a As new Is tram the custom takes each over week first (Whole) [', S. GOOD - SIRLOIN:

" '.> 1, Ji! ",A.1'h..' ' place. Last week's leaden, the
". lbs Steak lb.
r. Professors, dropped to fourth Fryers 23c 77c

j as Magnolia winning 3 to lover
the B-Balls moved Into the top
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spot, Mary Ivey rolled a 191
single and with handicap totaled

I 24. which la a new record Crisco (Limit one with $J.00 food order) 49c
for women. Doc Turner had LBCANi
I high art for the men with a BB7
I total, while Tom Durrance's
was high single game KRAFT i Limit one with )3.0t food order)


OP THIS MiRDI MTI'RDAY GRAS Mayonnaise qt. 29c

Orange Park's tardy Mardi
I i""ua N Gras festival will be celebratedthis
w Saturday, Feb 29 I DUKE
rr e The festivities begin at 3
r o w r w o'clock with a parade forming Dog Food 5c

at the Administration building No. l TALL CAN
at Moosehaven Tht line of
march will be through the ----

Mixwehaven grounds, south on HTOKFLY II Ot. Bottle M:.%L8 SWEET FROZEN Q. Cm_
Hh! ..ay II to the parking lot
of the flank of Orange Park 4--B9
All local businesses have been
... t Limit on* with $SM food order) .lUmll one with MM feed order)
In the
Invited to enter floats .
l..rade The candidates forKing ----
and Queen of Mirth and I CfU-O Pkr.MTOKILY .
King and Queen of the Mardi Mix And Match Sale

I Oral will rid In the parade Carrots 7c
The Raider band and the Clay
High band will provide marching 'j, )tl ran
J nuwlo and give a concertat
M Corvoir Moms Chili tour the bank later At the bank I

(that puts superior traction under you) I par kina of the lot Orange the lUnd Park Association High MED GREEN LIMAS fi 88c Bananas lb. 9c

School will have booths set up uATOKCLY
for food and game I ALASKA PEAS
Some cars do best on the highway) Other. and flit cornering nuke; anything from Th cUmai of the day's OSAGt: r'-teae
; M-em taibr made: for city driving. rufth-hmir driving to lurking a cinch events wtU be the costume ball' 2y CAN

Then tht>re'a Con-air-that grU along Take lurk-rutd. driving. The weight of at the Orange Park high school ;, 11 eat

just great moat anywhere. Swishing along Corvair'a engine Inuring down on the rear where the will be new crowned Kings Prises andQu.ens SMALL WHOLE l POTATOES 8 88c Peaches 1 19c

highway\ $mrrinf around in traffic. wheels gives them' remarkable gripping will be Inn for the beat co*. i.

Or wading through a soggy trail. power ou moat any surface, father it's turn** tveryone U'1: CUT BEETS i Limit J>
Take highway driving." Corvulr's gut a knee,solid dry,wet-or even snow cowml.Something tutor In a* wit of costume to
bigger new engine with horwpower up cW" you can take note of, dance to Ute musi of the Grand I RTOKCLY 111 earn PILUaray WVIU. Ca* Tell,.

nearly 19% iu the standard "..-.ion. But too; There's no radiator to overheat to square dance to th

in cane figurv don't impress you, just wait run dry; No haM to check or replace. No' a..... Park High 8Uur Sri Band I GOLDEN CREAM CORN 5 88c I Cake Mix 29c
until you bend a Corvair for some faraway nerd! for antifreeze" The engines airOW, calls of Floyd you "nK'UNTLEY
there? :
pUce \'oo'lIl"t the memage. IVfinnlng to aound like a car you can WHOLE, KERNEL CORN I _ lletular 6tael
Take city driving. Corvair's really\ warm up toT Then there's Murrheo _

I trim size, tight sterling Uvauae .,,:1 ; ." only one thing left to take:a ride

the engine weight's in (he rear) f' In one at your Chevrolet deaWa" limit ance Agency

THE GRIM HIGHWAY PCRfORMIM tog h4 .t CWw*.' CW riI Cso*.CorwtttS I BRO

,bees ./ your Camatrf SMu msssrI' 4:
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FEBRUARY %7. 1 CI ttap( (:nunt" rtSCtt\t PAGE FIVE

At OP A&P II I Three :More CandidatesContinued : tiry4

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In the Ml of the County's |2 million bond Issue for raids. 4-H Club 'I

I Mr saunders said It was through hi* effort that the

Board of County Commissioners were able to provide fund

'1+ ? for the volunteer fire departments Ihrouihout the County; News

I ., K thai the Clay County Drvrlopmtnt Authority and the Zoning -
Commlwlon came Into being ,
> lie further cited hit successful efforts to give the ('It, ,

of Green Cove authority to sell revenue certificates with -
t ,; t1
pal which the new Industrial park ass purchased from the fly C'o'O'&f'1.: Owens, Jr. and Sandra I. Reee,

Federal Government.
"The base has been bought; he Mid "and lthln a A few woks ago we diwuiwd Junior Leadership In Clay

short lime It ,,11brln\ additional employment to the peopleof County 411 111'Oar'lIThrrt' U also another Important area
L';' +"Ca 41 w *' the County of Iradirnhlp- that of the adult leader

An adult Trader ran be anyone Interested In boy sand girls,

I.i anyone who willing to help them In their work and who U

willing to try new things and to learn better ways to help In
MA1OR imi>ov BrRSS the 4 II club program

Every 4 11 Club needs one or more leaden They are the
"In formally .u"lIfln'lnd establishing this candidacyfor
I club member friend who live In the neighborhood They are
governor I rail on all eltlien of all walk and economic
right there when the boy or girl want advice and help Their
let'els for their roniddrratlon" and help It will be necessary
place In 4 U Club work I* a very Inllortan01lC'. Through their
that I continue to get iran roots support If I am to bfI uc- .
i efforts club member .'lIIll'atn many thing The club program
(,1'.lulln providing leadership for our slate a* the governor
( will provide .real life cxperlenrei' In activities and project work.
for All HorliU." Mayor Burns said In Tallahassee
Mt'mbt'I"11\ lisin to accept adult\ guidance. explore new fields,

Judliig from the reception 1 have receded thus far accept group standard of conduct and at'Cl'pnn, standards

from all ever the Ute, II U evident that I am recognisedat of value They will (tin'over their own abilities and be recog-

an All,Horlda candidate..' hued for I hl'lIIn short the trader will\ work to eupplcment

the woik of the church, school and home The satisfaction
Mr. Hums Indicated his theme a* he qualified In TalUhawce they Hum la deep and lasting

"In government at In business sound planning pur There' are. several kind of local adult
Harvey Boris Georgia-born JJ-year-old manager of then Donnie SoUno 21, will be the assistant manager of the I dependingon
poxrful financing and prudent administration ran be a really the contribution made to 4-H .01 k. The
w AP Supermarket at Orange Park ha been with the huge new supermarket whose shopping area has 11.900 square organizational
only through lining proirem>lv* lenderlilp I know hider U any lf'rllOn'ho' anslsU' with the overall .
company seven yean. Now living In Jacksonville, he I* mar. feet of spare. A native of SI Augustine. he has been with general 4 1C
this formula will work for all Florida It has dune In for club
program a given Thin be member of
AP for three Is unmarried. person may a a
rlrd and has one child lie U In the Florida National Guard yean '
Jackranvllle 4 \It els family a person In business, or a homemaker The

project Under Is who woiks with
a person club
members en
"Our record of proven progress I* spelled out In II'nllof
rolled In a particular project They may work with their project .
gllktrnlng skyscraper. attractive new industries, added
In a community or over an entire county Other leaders
payrolls and modern etpresaways that are the envy of elite
help with special event and activities such M judging l'V.ntA.
throughout the Mullen
furnishing transportation or teaching for special subject

'In return for your support" Mr Burn pledged to the Clay County ..11 has come very good leaden but there U

votrn *f Florida "I premise you, and every rlllien In Hor. always ham for one more. If you are Interested in being of
Ida, Ihe tame dedicated leadership, cooperation and ku lnese service to youth In your neighborhood and Incldently, enjoyingIt

.J judgment that ha been demonstrated during IheM pail IS I too. get In touch with the Clay County retention Office P O

year of privileged service In .no of tlorlds highest public lloa 171 Green Cove Bin Ing* or phone 384-4711.

t office.*

Mr. Burns said that til* administrations In Jacksonville.

YMP have stairs emphasised. team work and leadership. A* a

r (f' public admlnlitrator returned to efflco four time In the Cotney Tire Service

tint primary, ho cite let Jacksonville. Story a* a major
recommendation In his candidacy for governor (".1'. Park A King Jatksonvlllerhonot

fed "In presiding over the city government, with a wand CV >.117 or KV M4II

basinet approach w. oversee th. destinies and detail .r(

.' 4iOt city employee* every day and gvlde the etiwndllure

of an annual budget of III. million" Burn said "Jarkaon' TIRE

vllle due not love a city\ manager a* many cities .. to ad.

minister the* function, or any other. ..'horU.h.rI", Rr.'ArrINO
policy of government
The Mayor empha.led that by th* lam token Ml

-Opponent In th. governor.* ilea bare. fof the moot part KirAIRINO

gained their public service etpcrlenco (In In* leililatur
which meeti for only 11 day every two) year then go home from the smallest to th* IAIIU""ttHi.ll'ih"Inr !

U leave Ih governor and cabinet to direct affairs and espendllure .
I MUIrr'firt'I1alnUte
ltittU Otho T, Dade. Jr.. I II the only member *f the .&.re'. administrative John r.eonomou. {I. a native of Jacksonville and a veteran of lot payer*' money, .
staff now living In Orange Park A native of Aap employe with( three yean In th* Army Medical "Most of the candidate In the preoenl governor** rebar .

felmaAla-, be will be the supermarket market manager (Corps) will be Ihe supermarket' produce manager Uk I never directed the "U..IIIH *f tingle. 'pubM* ....10,.* end InOHANOK

'le Is married lie and hi file" have four children aged .. Jiolano, he I* unmarried .r directed Ih* espeiulllMV of a lngl. .. Ui dollar._" ..
: : "I'.U.KSinclair
., 4 and t, (Staff phto* by Gene Kea) -

-- - -- -- -- -- - ---j jil IHUl Ilir ninr In *llr..." Slut I ill 1 licmtl: S.'n'Ii'(

il Don Do It Yourself I It islcr: In OI'>> read printing try Ih. ('MrrNT *.
(Paid political Advertisement) cj. (111 I' M, III.....' IT rh.... III.'41I
!< PRKM.: I\( The price
-- I I Tile Tn Hall el 0'*...
I le rlahl I .
The Town of Orange Park among thone who hive failed I j.
Park will b* pen Saturday _
Elect thla week continued strict enforcement to keep up their payment, I I -
until _. for regt>lralUn
I of its ordinance Morris said
of rlllien not eligible to .
-- --
pertaining to collection of trash The trash and gasbags collection .
Brown vole In IK* county eklon I
J J. Hoylc 1 and garbage with 10 persona fee Is being used lo The eaunlr boils hue been

receiving fines ranging from retire revenue certificate .la*
Hall during themonth
I at Ihe Ti *>
to the 110 to |35, surd for construction of tit ol lebruary"AreentoaU .
Four cases are still pendingIn new Municipal center I I''
Cove CommissionWhat Municipal Court and Com --,
Green City missioner Herbert Morris said -- -- -- -

there would be more The fines

I were aaaewned by Municipal lt ,.. ,.....n" ALL BRICK
Judge W A Jansen for persona ( I SO

dumping garbage at the ttty cl

t' dump without permission 53 NOTHING DOWN

I Then" two weeks ago halt. Oet a great big piece! of good tludjr, country land ell 110.
ed collection Of garbage at ,.... I ON YOUR LOT
deuce which had failed to pay With the old swimming hole nfarbjr

a the 12 monthly garbage and Tracts from $375. up. .'.air terms.
trash collection: fee Unpaid
1 I bills now total 14.500 since the See Ui for jour Hrai hUtato: Neodi I

garbage collection fee went into 4
effect about U month a.o. S. E. McKAY

Since halting of garbage collections ..,tt- "....I. ...... .TI.""
I the "town ha collected I ...
MOO of this amount

The 10 persons fined are

I -- levies--- ----- - I rly
1)v59 4auat( r p.,4serI
about the plans for the future prowess of our toy/a Pr e11rM y

Clt,' I } ", M bream ..... last '17 II
..".... Ie a r.set 4.a. .1
Several l month ago Orem Cove Springs purchased '.....1._ ../.... .. '._
total cost of I7M.000 This was I ........ I IYI. I* Ik* ,mess i. CLEANERSAU.
the Naval Base for a
('... ., ,11 < *..!r rt.'....,
real acquisition and one \that can be of tremendous< value I .111 Mil 1.. Ci._11 ....... ,
If pUns and goals are achieved for utilizing It* fa-lllUe j'Mtu.e'10 < ).,sal C..slMlaps, ...

What plans\ have been made to (develop and uUMs I CM .., MM |. ,._.....,.. I
*mm>*. t.... I. -.fe>.* usa o
the Industrial tm the be of fm' The I h.. .net ....... a re C1JJUIXO DONK PEIMUM! .er
of our City and our people may sell depend upon thurvekxvnent _k I, w. ... .! ... '.<>... I! "SIIIlr'OII'I :
and utllUaUoaWUt MM):...*e. at pie C:...lfrwr OI'KS KOIl IIIHI.V>>iH

ban been made for W*' of the docks and .."... .... iii Mesoise.. i I MASTII lUlL IT
plan I ... ,......-... -- aa/ A.
the arcs adjacent to them' k.*,r." a. ..i4 UM. eel el OM"4 '
4e for the '-. It U. .1.r.. M.awe..HU .. N> I MEYERS & LAZEAU 'l'
have been ** fTreauonaj
What plan* dsT Ou rbfldrtu ...4 I* se seal I. __,.o Wilk P.sfd C ("...aed. sad rr-4 t TP:
ba fte
facUUee poota. claw: and nk IN fimm'tt' k >*** sow

and our tenn-agm sad rorreaUon*! arse badly. .:/ ,.........4..le.N.wo....... II.emeM ...... .. Laos (lams foe HOMES "
three ejvw .... ... ... ... t1r1
I asn afraid my epponenC has w* gleeS .. PlW '
..... M --4 to N, nil..w.54ae.esiMMNI .\ 14T suItt'IFirst : J ( .: counrri war re irvi IM
tiara much tb uab&. c
Inn...,. the wun and rutdssv .< Ones Om wryqIwy, in Maest un ** > lust TO 'NA UICIKAT____________rrrrrr_r
Springs that U I U* tJ< pUuate rOw We Wart.t-M WAT KM states of The Week Special* WIITI II PRONE TODAYa.. .... A-' ... assnlly..llw.rewu
Port dJuetvUy to a-w the beat I *5,Iirrawast nA"'" tIP .... ... me ..... SCOATIA )

uUbaUan 01 ibm facaurs ta the best InterwU ofan I .saa. wau.waaats naataaM at'e MEYERS & LAZEAU +. .N . . ..........
our people, nLrhn MOVO4T, TttDr, Wtl U .1'.IUL I-H
re2 bee aa a-t HOMES INC. Aaa.m "."
U that theme thinn nSLUMS .off. fsicwTT ,
t M **e l ...'_ 1 SCSI'
rated .f a 6tUlty\ Thai viV MIl lay far awu *s'par.wau.HP in WELT '.0. 10X4111, MCUONVIUI .............
and the ..... ** V* I our fwvT STLJareiir .
*n ahortl by pciWT plaatng R otay' *>* en .i 3 TROUSERS CALL PO 5.1004 U I'ON4 r,.*,oc ... .... tear/ "........., ..
Umee U aaW ps
Qty a not have lo ty Mgber t..t..a*.paps M a..o.w..M M.t* -tM .Mated N Ik* RIGILUU.V M. A PAIR T1e.. ...... CAM M PJI A 111A C"II:a Cad, rsra4 .. .,.....

Lt C* Tout! r...., -- ar..IN.h./.... Mescene. 1Iutw. .......... Clay Ct .rlrrMrrr lets M ,1 .secs M NNlrr Q wa1 S s M 2THURSDAY

/toes.. I.._. it o. I
U I'e 1".. sUgbtt aw ...> I w rw o. .*M. *.

Let ... Vole .ewes . t MOTU- ROVg(1 4D IM4.nttmnt. t. fasxirt, n.nH ill IlL use A... d.... C.., ....... i I
e'eoq tar SOLCI CaeMlotiI I
I I .... g,e..., bar

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PAGE six Cay!( County Crescent! THCBSDAY. FEBRUARY 17. IIM


Red Cross Advance Gifts Reported New ChairmanHarold I W.M.S.CHt-RCH OF TO FIRST MEET BAPTIST OES Installs New Officersa

<( O Hill, of Doctors
The Woman's Society
Missionary -
year of service, and urged members to attend every meet-
Inlet has been renamed chair of the First I
Baptist Mrs Alma Miller was Installed Ing, She Introduced her bus
ON MARCH S man of the County Republican Church will hold a regular buat-
as worth matron of band Don her son Steve, and
REELECT Executive Committee. ness and program meeting next the Oreen Cove chapter of the two, daughters, Janet and Carol
At a recent meeting of County Tuesday evening March 3, at ,
Order of the Eastern Star at Ann
Edward B. I Republicans, William IL 7:30 clock In the basement of I
Taylor a special meeting In CabulLodge Mrs Crossley, retiring wor-
Hall was named vice chairman. the church.
last Saturday night thy matron and Mr. Crossley,
Other committee officers are The Annie Armstrong week
Others Installed at the ceremonies retiring patron expressed their
Lenard M Showalter secretary : of prayer will be observed at
were: Oraham StUck, thanks to the officers who
r. ; and Walter D Manhart, this time. All members are
worthy patron; Mrs. Eleanor served with them during the
treasurer. urged to be present and visl.tor. .
Fltzslmmons, associate matron; past year and pledged themselves .
The organization will put are invitedFOUNDERS
Horace Knight associate patron to continued service to
I candidates on the ballot next
; Mrs. Ethel Knight, secretary the order.
fall for most of the County
( ; Mrs Betty Rowlls, treasurer Among those taking part In
CIRCLE MEETS ; Mrs Mary Ellen StUck, the Installation of the new officers

The February meeting of the 1 conductress: Mrs Billie Wilcox were Mrs. Betty Rom Us.installing .

r Founders Circle of the Oreen i associate conductress; Mrs. Viola officer: Mrs. Lots

REGISTER Cove Springs Oarden Club was Knight,chaplain; Mrs. Mae Gravely. marshal: Mrs Lucille

The office of the County held last Thursday at one Hendrlcks, marshal; Mrs Oer Summers! chaplain, and Mrs.

Supervisor of Registration win o'clock at the home of Mrs ry Farley, Adah, Mrs. Annie Mildred McMillan organist,
remain open for registration Chauncey Moore with Mrs. Rosier Ruth, Mrs. Lithe Ban- Victor Ashley presented the

through April 4, until 8 M. B Argo serving as co- nell. Esther: Mrs Annabel Lof- obligation

REELECT A SUCCESSFUL clock. hoatess Preceding the meeting tin, Martha; Mrs. Trudle Sapp,

COMMISSIONER This registration .Is for the hostesses served a dessert Elect, Mrs. Pauline Crossley,
those that have become VOTE TUESDAY
'" t f course, warder, and Thad Crossley,
i'p'' sus 1'- f age and also anyone who his Sentinel.
In the absence Mrs. William
VOTESUCCESS < ...... _ r. .... been a resident of Floridaone Powell The next regular meeting Is Green Cove voters next
president, Mrs. Argo, Thursday will elect one
CRISCINT PHOTO sv Cut KOlA year and In Clay County vice president, conducted the to be held at 8 o'clock this evening member of the City Com

The Rev C. E, van der Msaten, chair- tor) County Red Cross campaign chairman six months. meeting mission.
man of the annual Red Croti campaign. the envelope containing the gift and The county books will remain Mrs M. C. Carlley, hortlcul Mrs. Miller pledged herself to The two qualified candidates

special advance gifts committee, reportedlast pledge, aa the Rev Gordon Craig (Ir.), In the various precinct ture chairman, read a paper are Mayor Edward -

week that he had already received more chairman, looks en. The drive will get under for registration through Feb. on "Annuals and Perennials B. Taylor, who has
KEEP I'S GROWING 18 and at the court home
than ".350 In advance gifts He Is shown way next week with an announced foal I Following this the circle pro REV. OLACIIEA A FAMILY served on the Commission
(IL) above presenting to Richard Kapp, (een of more than |5,JOO, I every day vided materials for a corsage for font years, and 3.
making contest with each memo The Pint Baptist Church of .
Iloyle Brown, who la theownermanager
ber Oreen Cove will have a reception -
I II trying her hand at making of Sab-
-- -' -' a corsage Mrs Carlley, who on Sunday, March I, between
vT *M&t.Mi* I urban Ga. Co
*< > *
( rUSOKANCTIONED COMPETITION served as judge, presented the the hours of 3 and 8 The polls at City HaD
prize to Mrs. Jennie Carswell o'clock, in the church educational -
'+ ""'n'ap + r.'f -b4t" x r,1 will be open at 7 clock
etMl'1i 9at
f'. ID/ tl to .eat ex. x'. O. .ret /N'3/0) r101'' The next meeting of the building, In honor of and
+ + nest Tuesday morning
'1 Founders Circle will be held their; new pastor, the Rev Joe '
e .. R. Olachea and his family, I j will remain open until 7
+'roNrtte M ' ' on March 19"WOMANLE8S I .
o'clock that evening.Approximately
TOTAL The public Is cordially Invitedto
: : 1.700 resIdents -
: ' .. I .. , :: :' attend so that all people of ;I qualified to

I I ,. ' ''/ " ',' WEDDING"POSTPONED the community may have an are
I vote. Both candidates are
't opportunity to join the mem-!
. > wi" '
'.;.;;.. : .." ; : .,, ,:, ,, : hers of the church In extend. wring alar.. turnoutof

,t ; ((1963 SEASON) r' The 'Womanless by the Rainbow Wedding"planned Olrli: njr the Olaceas a warm welcome -, voters

which was planned for March .
- -
7 has been changed to March

I II 14 because of the Pare n t' '

I Teacher basketball game whichIs
planned for that evening. Twin Realty


Broker ,
Japan, HongKong 6
,Singapore Thai RENTAL SALES +

land T lwaa. Philip ACREAGE LOTS '1''M .
pints, and Ho wall.SO .

BIBIMfel -' .DAT AIR TOUR ResidentialCommercialServing

Greater Clay County

lit CUss, Brownrll Hilda T. .Netbtl
Tour, complete sight

seeing and special rntortalnmrnl. >

Conducted -
-am tract with two Hay 17 Sooth X
by Miss Marie Rg. I
houses on Highway 17, Established businesses on
later For further In. I
South of CCS 20 ,
spprox. acres complettly -
formation write! S13IFerbrs
Street. Jack furnished, modem
home, 20 ft. by 40 ft,
tonvtll, or call Elgin S bedroom on several
Still. acres Orangrdale Route. swimming pool
I Waterfront lot with at.
Modem Home en 1tractive cottage en Twin

acres Orangedale Route. Lake, near Keystone
I ('Ul'R1IIUTltE! :

Basinets. space en WalSeveral 2 and 3-bed-
(1IRlnnS 'IENn; I
nut St., Green Cove Spgs. room homes, near GC8.
Cor E. lloniton St. A
A -- Business space for lease en Orange Avenue -
N. Ms-nnlla Ave.

FLORIDA rhone 1I4-1MI Home Phonet Ill-mi
Srrvlcrs held Sunday
East Walnut Green Cove Springs
at 11 a. m

SubjectsCHRIST .
- -- ---

'G4FORDfFord I A cordial attend Stark Invitation our services 1,JESUS IN4 Is extendedto Tax Notice Assesor's

CLAY Fbtw* 104..,.. I

Moa *r tan Felly T.o
Sh... tttk evesl.g7Apace IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION It. CHAFTO.' : 1.


has Just won Motor Trend's "Car of the Year" How Ford Racing Helps Bring You s Better Sal A .... ('..tUl_tFrta 1110. WILL BE AT THE rouowmrO"AJIID PLACES

Award with a special citation saluting Ford's total Car: Moil automotive ontfnoert$ will tell you 2 pm. ON THE DAYS' AND DATES STATED HERETO FOE
racing (is a valued laboratory For example, New AtekMle. PrtoMCfftctlve
performance proved in open competition.The track competition led directly to these Ford ; Hank I, 1M4Milk PROPERTY PERSONAL

entire changes: better block. Improved p,. AIde lie

going-power and stopping tons, improved varve train, stronger connecting ( SlWral Cat* MAEOI 2 TTESDATPtC
durability, roadability, rods and bolt*. uiU . . Men .
".. 4 10:H to 10:IS-Cb? RIB 1'141>g PM
t power that led Ford to victory after victory t are Such )impro\ements contribute to Ford -cbTtI .*. -. ,14TlHsr MARCH I FEIDATPtt

the same traits you want for your daily driving! winning track record, and to totaj! performance ...... .L A Ftt
in your everyday driving Feb. ts, 27 aal MTHI No. I 10:M U 10:la -Or**** I'uTm IUUPtt
orne in, a t total t I performance f winner! YELLOW CANARY Ho. II 10:U to 11:11: -Chrte trait
starrtncPATBOONK Pet. Ne.Ptt I U:M to 13S: -DeetWistet. Ode Center

w ) : .... 1 2:M .. 2:U-MUtlktwg. '.... FWe2iU .

sea -. *- Ptt .... 0 to 2:Ot-Vetia* Pas' e
..t....,. Ft*. 2*


N* 3 10:eO to lOilt- lrtiitssrfa Store
andPOTT -
OWE: ITrnc Pvt N. 1 10:M .. 10:II-Eiaairi TeiiM PWPtt .

{ ampJtRRT No. 7 II:" to II:M-KrriitM IMgkls Tm IUBPtt


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I 601 N. Orange A ve. Ph. 2S4-9779 CO 4-6511 Green Core Spnnes r\II

FEBRUARY 23, llti Map:( j County Crescent PAGE SEVEfAlll



J CUT IN AND> \H CLAY COU.N.IV I .'11. No. ..nIlm In ChanoryNO
> 17... ; O: LLNU1X DorcsafdNOTIIK MINNIE DKIJ. nKOHM.I'lalatlft Mrs Carl B. Sowell of Meadowbrook Subdivision Orange

/1 1 1 11tit, s I r.'ri l S / II l i. MOUTH. a UROOKLTN\:orporatlon.V. 8AY1MJ3bANtw. all cradtlor TO CBKIXTOHITu and: all gases ... Park spokesman for a delegation in attendance presenteda
i'kilnUft. I basing olalmi or domand / KKNMS U cltum. petition requesting that Immediate action be taken against
r>.fn lanlSOTUN
ILBVR L. DIlLLirs and camel, laid "tat,. her nv< *l IT stray dons around W E Cherry School and all Clay County
of >
You and arlt are
NANCY u I-IIILLU'H bit wit*. >>T nutlflxl and r'Qlllr"d to pr<>. I TIIK STATE. : UK PUmlllt" -TO. Mrs. Hooch stated that twenty-two dogs were on the school:
Ifndanta.OTHM ent ant clalnia and 4m.lJwhKh Npr. 4 .nnln U tlromI
% OK 1111'rl' you or riihar of vou. nmyhaw K UJHH4 I grounds one morning The Chairman requested the Deputy I... l'IIII.Llrll sndNANCV .In., the dial nf ill Military I'oIKilUllallon
Sheriff in attendance to report this matter to the Sheriff.
1'111 C 1.IoI'IN.: ",.. ..... lauof AIV IH. % Poelinatr
I nknownTou CUv Count) .'1.,1<'., to th. N.* York ('ill N.w YorkTul'
I, Wilbur I... )tttllllp and ('ountv Judge of Clay Countyfountv I AUK HMIr.ltr: NOTIFIKDthat Mr. Richard Schnrbrrger. Chairman of the Street Committce *.
SHOP Nancy' K t-hllllp. hla wlf*, art l'ourlhoaa in 11,.." has fil.d
INCOME TAXSERVICE horrbv notified that a complaintto tiHprlns*. l'1., Oaunty, Plorl.' In the a>>ov* .muled caua* of \the Keystone Christian Colony, appeared with Mr.

on torarltu the following* a rartaln d..vrlhrd murtmat rteoroprrlI10 d.. within aim month from (h.da' ant von are hrrrhv. required' 1 lo William 8. Trrry and Mr. Albert C. Felgert Mr. Pelgert dlsruurd .
Complete Ante A Furniture tint ol' .
I of lb. pulIKtlon urns upon 1.lntl"lorn. ,
and presented the Board with Petition
I'pholnlerlng Lot Tlirea lal. Block Flva thin notice. whoa* nam aol .,(dr... apprar a requesting
ill MKAIH1WBROOK Unit Ea.h claim or damand muatbe I horse's. "o..r wrlt'.n "."n... paving of one half mile of street In the Colony. Mr. Felgert gave
1100 \V. Idkwlld Ave. No. t, aecordlns: to plat r*> I In. writing and must elal.lbi'lu If ant to lbs hill of comrUlnlIn
SERVICE Ph. tl4-J50i cordeit in Plat Book I, raga ,. of rtalilenra ail i>oatoffliaaddma ., aakl I i null, ropy of whlrh la di I a brief report on the amount of contributions this Colony

19 Years Experience It and II. of th* current public of tbs claimant and Ih'.r.d h, you h.r.wlth tIn 01 make to Clay County and alto advised that a Junior College
Green COTe Spring. Florida rcord of Clay County, mum l h. worn la by tha clamant Ix-fnr. M.r.-h .. Al 1141.Herein .
Air Cndl.l.aln )rria-rratla Short Forma . . .SUI Florid* hi. aent or kin, attora.yor doer,. would be established In the near future In connection with the
fall not
..4 Hralla* ..n..>. I Long Forma .$101 .p Five Kstimntesvrw : ha* born Wad ...In.! you snd to low II .. lll be om. vald cocordlnsKach ....n'...." will ". rnl.rcd nr aialnalu pro' Colony. CommlMloner Murrhee stated that he would place thl.srequest .

I 8. Palmetto btrtrt Reasonable Rates for Business Delivery I you are required' to ..n. a copy craditor shall d.II"r.- I for Ih* relief prayed In Ih*
Pirk.Ulland of your anwr or plradlng; toth hill of compUlntTIIK I on the Secondary Board Priority list for his District
I flrlant oorUa of hla claim to an- '
Home Phone I1497SOBnilnm Blalnilftaattorneyi.
Real Estate Rentals -Fie Handle Any and All of Tom complilnt, Marks on, tho Orav TalesConrov ibis tha fount Juds.* to mail NATl'UK (\JI' BAIP '('IT for paving at the March 1. 1961 meeting with the Florida State
I Phono TAi.1alTV. one to each paraonal ...'....a'a. HKINil l>1111 1 lilVOKCK.ITNr8rl :.
Needs! A Qi I Upholstery I .. hind sad the
8trrt. Jackaonvllla. Florl.da. my
PAUL REMLINGER \tal.d tl. A D. till. soot 111 mall' ('011'( it Ur.."
HAROLD BAXLET and ills tho original' .n..., :
1'IWJ: ,.I
APPLIANCE tl nr pUadlnc In tha Off Ira of tha ., t. 'NI INAt of Ihe ,'..,. Kiirlnsi. deride, thla Mrs Lillian Blnns appeared and requested Information regarding
Owner Vphcklerer yrs.EDUIN Admlnlatratnr .
and day rat Fctiruary A.I'
SERVICE S645 Roosevelt Blvd.ORANGE BAXLEY Clerk for Clar nf th County* Circuit Florida Court, In on and orhwfor Ratal of 1)5,11' O. Lundin' IMI. the proposed new Juvenile Shelter A copy of the

We Repair AU Brands PARK t Ih* loth day of MarchIMI ,Ii.reh.rA"I,., nuhlli-atlon on: F..b. 1. .till (NCAUnw Architect\'U presented to Mrs Blnns for her Information.
Son and VphoHlerer -
yrs. If you fall lo do ao. ludn- .>nriK I. cutt'.MI.K:
Senrlclnr. Cloy County C. A. IICMMEL rnenl hv dvfault will h* taken I.'. II It. II Clerk nrcull Court Motion by Commissioner Wilson\ seconded by Commissioner

For Sixteen Tear acalnut you for lha. rallrf d.- --- Ur trace M. CailiaU Oreen. and carried to approve Easement from J II Abernathyand
S mandoil In th romplalnlThis
SIGN PAINTING/ Upholsterer yrt.KKKK eputv ClrrkII
Orange Park Ph. 2649561FULLERTON'S ""ti.-. hall b* puhllthedom 1.I->:,al.jOTI'H! - I \"IIAItn C UtMttMKAlturn.v wife and Eugene, M. Frame and wife to Clay County for
-. each. wok fir four conaecutlv
: wfeka In Iha Clay bun I for PlaintiffAildrra drainage In Doctors Lake Estates.
: ; .IN, Til 1C ClM'RT OK THIC ftV'N.TY Hank Ilnltlini'nre.n ,
QUALITY tv Crf> oritIHINK JCIVIK. CLAY l>'lTNTY."I I'ov. H|>rln... Klorl.U,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED "AND onpFRKn atnrern Mr. Arthur Hatcher appeared and presented a petition
t4 N. Orange Are. Toy. Knrlna, Florida, IM. 'IUI'4. IS: I'HOUATt 1-4. II 111
OKANflK; P.RKl"PIIOI.Rony lint day of January. "... In" .:.'.1. efIHV requesting the County to pave approximately one mile of road
Green Cove Son. 1144044 IIOYM'M HltlVK! Poceaiad
SIGN PAINTIING 8KA1''oFrvROB: T. CARIMI.K! : 1 til lr4Kara. ... .*..... from Mr Ed Hatcher's house West CommlMloner Own stated

BAKER APPLIANCE }: flak Circuit CourtCluv IInl.a ..,.,... .. I....... A* that he had discussed this request with Mr Ivy Hatcher and
County. Florid ..UK Raid Kalal
LEE WARNER Archie Padgett tlv Clrac M Carllal'*. You and sail'' of you art bar: -1YI: -II.oTICM-"- that the owners had stated the necesnary Hint of way would
SERVICE "'.,.(, Clerk. I by notlflcd Ind naulrod. to pre
be given to the County After discussion
On Klngsley Ave., Just a Commissioner Green
305 Gtendering Road t.i n to n 5,1,1 507 claims and
Kla. East ef Hwy. IT 0hkb ynu. .r .ilh.r.1 I FALL row SillS. stated that this request would be given the number one priority
MAYTAG Orange Park
..- h... ...1".. Ika Mats. on his list of Secondary Roads to be paved In his district,.
4-911 .... ..
Phone tM-1311 Ph. No. Congress Uuto-uTi,7iC: ItoU.r.rt HIIIMC. d..nd'i S..l 4 Ills will he rerlv si
- - - -- County. to th* ,". Count "'"mml..'liin Morllns;
KELVINATOR Orange Park. FU. Judo* *f Hay County, ' """"'. ('lay C'ounly ,'nu, 'II"".* The Clerk read a letter as received from Dr J Olen Unebar.r. *

i IN TUB COUNT JI'IvlK'g al hl..fflr., in ,,,. ..." In ilrun. ''''v. Hprlitu. rii off of
MILK DELIVERTW.D.Morris fount at Drain Oav* .,. property Highway
OH JUT IS AND Full of aald IS SS A M on I Ih. Ill dr| ofMarik
DEALERALL = --1 CLAY COUNTY. KUOK1UAril Mprlnsa. riorld. within, alt I ,. INfor! In* ssls! of No 71. Fast of Keystone Heights CommlsslonerMurrhee stated
IK4IAI. IOTICEIN !* No. Ill radar month front |ho ""' imrrvl .., bond l lawn. a* H'rtlon
MAKES OP APPL1ANCK8KEPAIRF3P IN UK. KKTATK (II"* tho firit puhllrallon" of this, UII..I'rol. IIA-NII-A .ID. ,ii'roj. the road was built when he took over as commissioner nine

AIR-CONDITI(1N. TUB ,'(WitT 0V TIIK': COI'V. MAIUOKIK: JEAN DILMOt'ltI : II.,.. Two copl'a of oath .... l'al'l IIH I'l.. Him No I, Mar Oounlr, I yeara ago and that the County has maintained It. Commissioner
d.mand shall. b* ,In wrlllnc.' and nrly| d..rflbd' l
HEATING SERVICE AND TY JI'IHIK. IN I'BOBATK. I I Kim'V TO (HKUITOaS hall aiata Ih. placa of r*. Mrr.Iof: land I US tort ?rten1 Murrhee requested the County Attorney to search title and con
Distributor ( To all creditor* aad all porno.* and .was I offlc addreaa of aaulk 1I'a' fat east and wralhvlnir
Ulewlld Ave. Phene ZS4-S542 IN UK! : KHTATR OK JULENHL'ODk.KT : : i tact Mr Linebarger'i Attorney regarding same.
I having ilaltna ar damand a-
claimant, and shall be sworn lohv .,'." In Its writ Hchlr
i aaint, sold ,.,.".. ..1..' .... ",. a..nt. or llnad II aM I
>*c..*'d. .. Ik* '' '' war Una of Plat Motion by Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner
All Jersey Milk ITOHg AND PR. You. and lath.4 yet are b.' ....,..., and npcnrnonnlad' kyrillni a "I.uR la tha main tight of
BEVERAGES TO AU.HONK CRKI IIAVINU CLAIMS OR .bv nullliad thins and ra and lrd d I mandi* pre> f.. of on. dollar an4 *urh.Malm way Una of Oak *ir..t In tI,..'n I Wilson old carried to approve Resolution on Section 71119e -

HKMANHK, AllAIMTT: lAm whirl*nl allY you or allhr of you ma'* , or 4.man4 not S* fllad I ,'",. .ptn", "I..rl" sat 0". .:lII02. Randall Road In the amount of $7.01700 for mov
For .. hall, na rnldluIMn1.', I alt ."u... to.I.N. .
. ofMarlorl
aa-ilnit th eatal
ESTATE has dsras.J "* llrlnk .,."h... bid will .0..ld..4 unl.sII American Telephone and Telegraph Company Utility Poles.Motion .
of *
ar Jran
You and roil
.. IO..I: A* ...ralrl. of lha l...' U ubmlllad. lh. nflMalrrop
PAUL'SAl notHlod and rqulrd to p' htl* of Clay / II* en
HOME DELIVERYCALL by aunt my claims and domand .". lion. Thomas J. U..,.. Ooua- Will and T Mamnt af II>A <>..l form proYI".d br Idalala by Commissioner Omen seconded! by Commissioner

which. poll or either. of you may Iv Judea of Clay County, County IIOTI.RM nillNK Lose drint lload 1'-"m'1 Murk I Wilson and carried to accept Deed from Mrs. Calla A. BudIniton .
Legal Beverages s5.lnrt. lb. old. f II. \Tourtkoua In Or... >VT* pukllealton' February proposal forms and Infnrmalloiil
tare l'aldw.ll, lass Nnrlnii. Clar County, Florida IMI. ....'011... this. '.u for 1514. m., \ for right of way In Boctlon U- -J4. Also to accept. eon
tll-Illg' ,
Open I A. M. te 1 A. M. tl44l er of Rubber sell County to th. CountyJudc within six month from Ih. 4al.* .... II. II. It 'I .. .....1... (ram (' .. Wlli". tracts from James A OHM and wife and Robert [:. Dunce
Devkl County Unc of Clay County, Florida of .... flral publication .1 thi* Ulilrlil ,'..I.f. riorld eiatallnad ,
offlc In Ik* court hose; not lea -- l>aparlmaa|. Ukt (Ulr. and wife Section 14-5-34 and action 4 S-84.
North ef Orange ParkaWl.Ttt TRADING POST at hla .. Cow Ea<'h rUlm ar 4.mnd must. ba iruu.IV 00151 k rinrldaKark. .
of rlnaFlorida sail County. al wllhlr tlr * calendar In wrltln. and "' .... Stall .lbs. . kid "'01' ha arremptnl. dkr Mr Ion CII.mplolFarm forester appeared and Introduced .

m> month from' Ik... Sims of. fl.1...*. .addrea of raldnoa of tka rlalmanl and pot.and., Til K COI'ItT Or TH II COHN.TT .! s ea>ki 1.".'.. Inmrumanl rkaek. .,, al.pao.e..rrhsbI. .In anmnunl ., Mr Lane and Mr Lee Mr Lan. advised that Mr. Champion *

CARET'S TRADING POST Ih* flat publication this n* mual ba sworn to by th* claimant. I jrixlel riwkV ItU'NTt, had resigned of .
.. as March I. lt 4. and that as of this
f I II ral
tic*. Two of each claim his ...".. ., his .....,.., FLAtill 114. IN t-IIOtiA TIC. Mr
:.5.11::;; b In wrltlnv.and nf Ika am \VE BUT BELL TRADE or dmand or It will btcm void iwrordlncKjirh In r. Noun" aiW11.I1Ktrii.PCMAR date no replacement had been found to replace Mr Champion
amnnnlli I
INLET MARINA hall *lal. Its pise of .... tonal form, klekvr
le "
IKl .. III.. ta a and that lie would notify the Board as soon as a new replacement
sddras.1thb .or
Three locatlcnsi 1 and post orflc rr.d,tar shall 4.llv., slit l I...... ... f .
... .. ... ** (list IK. hi...'. I If
rlalmant, a"d shall iflclrnl' coMra of Sill claim I* Maranua was hired. At the suggestion of the Chairman motion
MERCURY: JOHNSON IS E. Palmer 81, Ph. S4-II in by th. rlalmnnl asnl, at.lorny .bl.| th* fount, Jud.* .. mall T. AM < *a4llr. and tVraaMllatlaa aurroiful. 1 .l>11 l .".., leis' awrlllUn
and accompanied ey a ona .. each i>era ollal|*. nia- IK..... A. I' .nelreelS k..l>ln. I." mad by Commissioner Oren seootwled by Commissioner
ENGINES \Var hBie A antlqnrs-eld flllni fra of ores :dollar and reel "'. .niaal Said Kalalol w lid ina Isms of kl> .r..iin..'l. Wilson and carried
to writ Utter of commendation for
I a Mr.
Mad January HAD... IMI hire. I' alla uhniMIrd' bv
CROSBY BOATS Gym Bldg S. Orsnge Are (aim or demand not ao I..d Van anl oark of you are "n" \
ahall .>. void iNtlill.AS II. IIIIJ4iMMi br ngilflvd and ,.iulrad I* pr*. ,..a>ful' lilild ra will b. ratnrnd. Dim Champion
IKITR"I.v.n!: ."BIO TOP- tent _Blending Joy. I* llnrnty Al Ailmlnlilrator, of .11I any elaima and 4mnd" fftllnoin Its ftVlarmlnallnM
SALES A SERVICE A. .....IIIPI. ., Ika I.I P...til. of W." ....,. Jaan whirl. you. *>r aiikr *f yu' mn> nf .... ..urr..fut bid.Tk l Mr nn flreen appeared and stated that garbage trucks
Blvd at RldgewMxlFarnllure j Mill and T*.lamant .fHMI Ilnm.ur. liw.Nd kava afalnat rha MlalC N Wli>. ot.,. I( scattnlnlarbaa the hU
were over highway In and
OUTBOARD REPAIR .KM HI'BHICIITCAI.DWKU I ring pthbc.tm5 SI rob. l. Ill I.IS ('(,..&f4N. Nit. ....... .) no.arlmanl r....r.a. lh.., area requested
Park and applUwec at d....*..4 1.II. 15 11 11. af sold' Cooalr. 1.161 toes* e'Bkt' I* r.trl 0.r.. all" Ills snla <<. thai proper action be labs la have these trucks covered
II" IT Orange
Flnl publication rkruary Illk.WtlFM ly Jada-a *f Ckty tSukly.. Florida waive l''eknlr.l .rr.." aha .
the drivers. behind trucks N
safety these
Phone CO 4 .IMJ bargain prlrrs lit 1111.ft'f'1 al kl. *rrir. In ,... seer t mar ..._... Son far Ikt ,.. so of wont Impaired
1- koy>. *f said Vavnir al (Jr... Irraal + Ik. alit.110N11IPMYVT. by paper l\y\ni\ \ Into the windshields of approaching cars. The
I.uoL JIOTMSI ... .... Sun
i'aa Sarlaaa., r'' .. .1. SIScalan4ar
Chairman stated thai ml'Uure.l'oul4 be taken regard
1--- monlk* from Ik* llm lIll''nl0I. Hn1NP/1 proper

1'IN THK rilWfIT' COI'KT IM! tl .... flrat, ambllcaltoa. .f .Iii.1 51.01 nf W.. hlpb./.n" I tell this rrgu.stM.lkR ,
IDYk\1IDJ.S1 ANSI Pull CLAY CVIINTT.rK.HIHA ....... Tw* *..1.* at ... .. .1", 1,11t" smoow 0'11
lIF l0E ,, 5 r .."' ... ....11 ... In wrlllas,I I .....a.U.TWIC'fTI. by inmUlonr Murrhee seconded by Commissioner
I ( ricticnAi: I 4nr and pest *ffl_ aid afI 1 1IM
:I THIN: a rorpornoa.HalnlirrIMAHIOV : at*. I.llaray ky Ika and rlalmaal.efsIn,1,1,1.... aianl k, - 15011,. "nYIt - I MiHkut by Canimlseluner Oreen. seconded by Commissioner

- -- - -- V films" fa *f aaa bits aad .r"l Moody, and .carried the bills were approved and Warrants

\ I Eta 1 L NOTH N II STASI.RT 551p1111II.EY rlalm *r 4.man4 K.l a* .TIt II I InPSPil'TTIOtI ordered drawn In payment of same, as will appear by Warrant
-- --- ------ irrANIKV. his wlf. hail .k. ..I4
FOB SALE or TRADE-River !, CATTLE and IIOO BREEDIVO i I Iehlals //W1LLIK' rol.MMAM. If!. A/MN I.AWN.lrr Lists. numbered III I3I-A, llt-D and W-C. which lists. are

In PutnaM County lee Expert In I NU 11, "NOTHICi OTH K orsi ITniK Aa admlild rater "f .Ika adopted, of these minutes much If
Property .rUntlall".j U.L VON aims ,, I I. krky Iiou! InalIk. hereby u a part as so as
property .! Neal value In Clay aemlnatlon When bids will, .k* r*<.lvd alIka To: kTATS MAHKtN or II n STANLEY re.MAN...,* .,cn Mil.J.IK*' .*.INH.H..dT .....*.*..... daalrins .*. set out In full "herein.Tt .
.. .
County Comwiaaloa, M>*MCItoom. Jame. A...".. tags la ".... .* ui>4r Ik 1I0< -
Ceanty. Ileoce and lot located ready, let M know Immediately.(' lay ,'*"n" ('.o"..*..*. Ill N...11I. ef Florida Phone GCS 1I4-14JI. 1-tl-f Uraan Cars County Curtku .. UTAOTJCT roll IMtTATK Itbllv'UAl/' H..l. I !... Ill Alit
at Bight .1 ill filed as public) record:
)| II .*. AM. *n ik* Ilk dy .f fMarrk. Its jama; Aaa. MILKMAN. kfrtaa* lllfkl PI."lea I.
Barge CanaL c.n-nt.sns.1 --I| IMI. for Its .....IMIa I Hoiaylll n*..rrla I I M"li ,... IIKI ,Lod Is .11. all 5.11. Monthly report of County Judge, M: Fines ro.I.I''''''.
rcTinrnIkal First nkllraltoa r.> CUrk ./ Ik.* (',,....
1.11 I .r r.m.val ., kulUiai* aid *lk.r yoU! AUK iirnrnv wish Ika
('OR RENT < Been II..., Imprer.m.nls" an ........ ..4, Sal Seas filed. a* f'..,, 54 Clar .;.--/t rUMdJOHN Monthly report" of County Agent

."'.mb...... t BedreeaM Fler' MIST.111 la liar Caualy. Tin, I".1'1.' .4rau I.I II 11Y r y. bulb S Monthly report of Assistant County Agent
1 .. .,.. .. '4 W MKCK
FOB SALE 1Hi' Chevrolet Ida boo... attached. ,.,...., .kuildini......' risk' ar* l.f cal*d sr *of Ik*shall 1 iiv I fil. ,.., '...... ."It .ill.. I- S F5405. 511/(11 M u ii IfSPOOL Monthly report" of Hume Diaoiislratlon Agent. j
KeatkJ load S-lll. I I ri.rk( .f Ills (.*rl ..olo ra = Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent.
cue owner; fenced yard (Sa .. lk..Mf. OBMI Ika elaimiffar "
".tea pickup; I eald, .r.4 ..1. a*
S-lS- Na kid will ka alalailffi all....,. ...... ?IN )ori4 n Monthly report of Florida, mats. Hoard el Health.
;Ucnt ..... ; Phone 1I4-SI4I. aikmlliad. k Ik afrwi.l "
II.... antlee; es { II It ram. *a4 a......* I* KNKIIfT IN/ TUB CIKf-l'IT _' -
duly ropoaal form .,..!... ky Its KiM'Ain iiA-nism chills I AND n>n CLAY cvtknr. M pI'M Monthly report of Itepartment ef Public Welfare, ret Report
Ueat equipped. with heavy 11101. Nast ....."..s0 5.11 1 nil rtarf.aU Hak. rlilldl** r1AiNlltaIN IN TI (' IN
trailer hitch and evcrteU LroIi. ,veTlcs I .'......1 ..,_ 051 Isfemhliqngae4iig ..... ""'rt" (1111 al I 111AC1'M. Allis ri'N CMV rtil'MtfyUlHIOA on County Indigent Fund
I Ills fall for Hid *rla.Bwrtlaa : r.,., tka. Marrk .. IMI If pas 1 1'I N*. Mil IHVUMArl, IN ll4M.-r.NT, I Monthly report or Clay Moil 1 Coruwrvallon DUtrtet.
available. '
springs nnandng 'Ol'NTT JflwL'g at Ik* kulldiai* *Myk fall I* .O a* a d-r.a *r. *... 0r1'HluniKLVM .. I I..510
Can GCS 1I4-1UI. IX THE ( ( : *kula.d frm C L Wllaan.inlrlrl ,..... will k. *alrd *.*l*.ti PuI '/."fIJ'.F.M' TIIM rrlANkllM' C4VIWMCHANK Monthly report el Director, of aIIIIeI'IIM.
(" H'fTI'IAI'II."OI,"..('STT.' rioiuDA '''1., riari4 Put* i for Ika ,.U.f. .*.*.... I* Ik | ...,It. or asiai IN ma riTt ur HBWIHMH Monthly report" of Florida Division of Corrections; ,.: Inspection
CLAY ( R..*4 ,Ii.parlmssLsb.. CII,. I eamolalal '1 ..._ I* ....., gloss Ikal a 'po.II""
I ru Na iiIf I r1e04.. 1 Tkta ull I* I* fr.rM* Ik. riaofl***!** *f I IT./s1Mt, of, Mill Camp No 1} and Clay County Jail.

FOB SALE.. RENT-1' bedr'ss I I'LJCVA!' HK ESTATE t .'" a.,..(.>M r r-.....) I Each kid meal k* ***...,..'..dky *M>ria.a. T0.541 .arwa rly .*.. fr..10/w.r. and al'* *al*.ad I* .. Annual report" of Clay IM Conservation DutrtatL .
,.. clod ar * "''To.a a "1." + *d4 .5.1. I Ik* paadias !. Ik* irauil I.AMAN, ppjsMCts niracrN dsiMrll.KV
hose, beater femlsbed. To. ATM all rrodil.r..a1 Pi TO ( all .*ran* .."..*.,...."1. I...,..... I. anaa i I.l 5.r... Mi. |r|.rb Birklli :' I II frt la aad fa* Clay Calf.Florida. K lltkMMP. knwll ur from' Florida Road Department; r.l; Bid report enflection

venlent U atbecl and I kavlns lama, *..>... all .t.t.. ..*al .*..1) I* (INN fsr.5.1 ( WKAtrrpNiwlM: I'mi" s**. d*...., aa krIII ... ,AMPS1 rlll'M aad No' 7IIM-IM1. and ..... 'ltM-I'U., |
ark proaoMl fra Ills 100 I. amrdie plot PS. .. ., .. ....
M..I fcr II.m Phone SI4-4S4I l-! II"'t.: : Pro'sent d.anail I. a suaraal. Ikat Ika red in rial rw.l t os. all ISO prcparly au*>*l* I I. 554tvslt I..,."...... Latter from FUwMa BteU Koa4 Department, ; re: Bid report
I air rlalfm aad 4.atan4.1 I ....." If ......_'.L will aaurinto I It ... II. ..Mw ra.Ns itfIs.s'S. 4a*rtkd a* rrriM or sltMNI. .

wkirk ere. .r .ltk.r *f ,.*). -y 'I .,,,,,.. ,r.air.'l k-.. ,YI.04.WITNESI ka4. sad lk. 11 It Slob I. EKAI4IWSmgm .. Ie ......, oh.. 11.1 p.4 on IWlkm No TIIIO 1401L .
as.1.151lb.5.5115. al, O.... log. will Ik. ,.,... *f Ik* . '" r.1.arl (1.0 her (. .I'oM? Ma. a....>4iaI tsar Ik. read Sloe.. *l .tur from' Mr Alten' ...,., ArthlUfi re'. Juvenile Shelter
FOB RENT' NVre I bdreeesItccne. 1 < .--.1. |Oh|a *f tae I, Irp.*ia *aka ll/*d ky .5'5e.10.I I a..1 *f aa>rV'ida Isis II day cf rial ...,.*r .****dad ia Mai piM*>l.*.r* sad a.,. ...... la
Iwaid and C.1sly ; Ik* !roes', klddar* will k* ,r* I...rtari...., ,ISIS. pk k /. N'stI/N. }>. Ik* .*... ....... I* IS. Cl,..llrilVid for Clay County
newly Misted Jude..0 Oav C..5Couny I II. I lurid ,..........1' fallwi. tern',, ICAI,1orrilrls : I . lrC. '" as1 iolsp Motion by CfunmlaslofMr MurrhM, ocorulttl by Commie.
ect, ,.-.a1 1e, Urge yard, ap.pllcartc C *rth***. In Or * Carr.. 4...,*>....>.* .! eaweoofel ki4.Tk I L CANLISLSPIob T>clkf mill !... ,."** .". I .,** I10b.5.usar /:
sorma Clay C.1.111. .... .. . aloncr' Wilson" and routed nuanlmously/ to designate. the Clay
Call Pease Lea IIi ".. *f pr*_ir I* U< II.N ... . **) I">M* "tI'
IsraUacd. .,,,.. 111 i Jialk fr.m li dlaf t_,..**l rMr>*. Ii.01h1 "' .... ...| N. .... 1 laid
kuklksll .f lk>. bid sad I rir-wll C.*>t < l* sad p.raa>' lull Ik. * Counlr CreceeM In compliance with Chapters 20019, I 11)11.IHI9 .
ik firl all d.-e.b.d
ra,... IIt.l2l1. ZttIc . i I* .15.1 ay *r ", rT.,a* n aavIII Ms11N 5 a ,l *f la. la 4
all tarkalral rrr* ( I .po ia'f and JOOJ7
/.b: ,1.1. *e ...... .... W !. wait Ik I I.. r"If Cl..lI.sil1.T1M pr*.**.*<. ad' Mlol. IS M1/141W.
-- ,a ."II". sod ...! alai Ik* Mr k*.45..1.1 all.MawanEMYvT Sol. far II II tf OIL cram HBSTKNTaeHk I HN'a-'at. I ... I -..4>a* I* The Clerk dlceiM*.cl the led M received. from F W trkk-
.. sod _lfu. -... 15,01 (4 ** wMk all *<**.l... plat I4.Masord.4 la nlb
la sD-reon .....addr.f** Iks a aal aad A..n .ad ,..*..*.**.. aw sad .a. I ***. 1N BE T -
FOB THE *! M awr l* N tka vlaia*. .... '...u. .SIEANCNmlea I k.rfi** .. **>d loud **d flat ..".. ,wr/i 50 (lip (...., After a dUctuMlon. motion wee snsuie by Comsnlceloner. Wllcon.seconded .
gd prl-Uag try the CRM- Tat kla ....,. *r his itlr..rn .r A. t.1.10op1A,5lrlA lr** *"*....d lk.f*<., aU. all t1N'15
aVeas or will _.. M44 ex.*rdiBe STATr ROAD I.. *...m. 4.IM, .*.*.. aad 101 aifc*. moll all * CENT' PRESS. IiC Tie '* lia i'EPANTMSN7/ IM THe rtacrrr O/VHT! orCiifirTV MIN kaallac. ".kla* rains. ,...-...... p.m a5/ ......,...
,1'. station reeuesting the Plato Rood Deportment for an easeaienlIf
HghLFOB W1II.IIIN.bII" cwf. ,'1.0\ I rt. lU1I4 Hoods mili/al pla>k,** v.*. .a **td id ... hl*>** ...
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PAGE EIGHT Etog( ( (Eountjj! (Ercsccut! THtBSDAT,.FEBRUARY II, IH4

4. It must have adequate utilities and drainage

8. Communities which are Interested presenting proposals M H CPenney & ', "W'I

I'j should in addition to the site stipulate any other resources
j that could or would be available. '. StatementMore
As A Matter of Fact
Offer are to be sent no later than April 1, 1964 to Charles Farms

J H. Walker Chairman, Florida Baptist Education Commission, than one third of the total number of Crescents

230 N. E. 123rd Street Miami Florida 33181.I printed every: week are now being sold on new stand

I Clay County public school student last year cost the tax. Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MTERS. Phone S2I-S111 Quite apart from the fact this Is not a healthy situation

payers an average of $312.92 each. This amount was approximately for a weekly newspaper new stand sales net Infrequently
Sales tax collections in the County last month rose a The annual speech contest, was with the State Farm Insurance
$6 greater than the cost the year before and more than I Involve the !question of whether the stand
healthy 5 per cent above December collections They were a $31 greater than the annual cost of putting a student throughDuval's sponsored by the local WCTU, Company for almost 29 will be there next week. Four new stands, two In Middle-
whopping 40 per cent over those collected In January 1963. was held In the sanctuary of years until retirement on Dec. I
public schools The high-spender In the State last year burg, one In Keystone Heights and one In Orange Park
According to J. Ed Straughn director of the Florida Revenue was Dade County which spent $408 per student for its educational the Penney Memorial Churchon 31. 1963. paper, money and aU, have vanished within the put
collected In the County last About 40 children They have Stanley
sales taxes lasts Friday. one son
Cmmlsston, total |
services, The State at Park
average In 1961-62 was $329 and the you One of them showed up recently an Orange
month were UI.43UI. up more than $1100 from the previous were present from the Wayne Sheldon, of Eveleth.
average In the County la still somewhat under the State average I restaurant loaded with Jacksonville papers. The stand
from January 1963. Farms Elementary Minn., who Is a representativeof
month and approximately $6,000 Penney and Jacksonville papers had been put there for ale
Last month's County collection reflect sales In the neighborhood [ school accompanied by P. T. the Oliver Mining Company
I Hunting of all game birds and all game animals except rabb- by an Orange Park policeman.
of more than $700,000. its, will close one-half hour after sunset Sunday February 23. Peavy, principal and Mrs Birdie In their timber division This is I not a unique situation else the ,Jacksonville

At the same time Mr. Straughn announced gasoline sale according to A.D. Aldrich State director, Game and Fresh Water Burnett, teacher of the 3rd paper would not have Invested something like $50 each
last month to $39,071 Several I A tea was given tact week
tax gollectlons in the County rose up Fish Commission and 4th grades. par- for hundreds of 10-ton safe from which their paper
approximately $2,000 from the preceding month and approximately ants and other guests were at the home of Mrs. Charles
Only rabbit and unprotected animals and birds may be taken are now sold throughout northern Florida.
with members Imbrle, In honor of Mrs. H. S.
$6,000 from the 1963 month. I after the closing day February 23, until opening of the special present together With the political season approaching The Crescent

municipalities spring turkey gobbler hunting season In certain counties in of the WCTU. I Schuchart who recently: moved .ls offering prepaid subscriptions through November fifth
[ will total Stella Cass, I from the Campus to the quadrangle -
four get a Miss president
The County'
northwest northeast and central Florida March 28 to April 12. I (through he County, State and national elections) for
cf $7,61916 from December clgarete tax collections according Unprotected animals and birds which may: be taken at anytime : paid tribute to Mrs Robert Reminiscence of in- I $.. That Is SI Issues for $2, or a. saving of $1.10.
of the State Beverage Dept. who had trained the teresting "flitting in the past
to Richard B. Keating director Storey
In Florida Include bobcat red and gray: fox raccoon oppos- News stand distribution. In the meantime will be keptto
More than half of this will go to the City of Green Cove Pay contestants. Mrs. M. E. Crosby II proved hilarious as well as in-
squirrel English armadillo and to
sum nutria skunk flying sparrow a minimum only enough paper cover prepaid
to Mr. will be $3901.81to led the devotional service forming. Those present beside !
ments In the County, according Keating .
TOW rats mice bats moles, threw and buzzard subscription and a very few were for the new stand
Green Cove; $226767 to Orange Park; $135503 to Keystone; which opened with the singingof the hostess and guest of honor
Hawks and owls and all other birds and animals Including I I I around the County will be printed
and $94.65 to Penney Farms. alligator and crocodiles not listed above a* "unprotected" are "America the Beautiful", were Mesdames Darden Wagner

fully protected by Federal and state law. and Included scripture from I Cole Travis Ackerman Duncan Groner
The Census Bureau one of the Federal Government' numerous First John 4 and a brief talk Getty and Benitt comprising Publisher

Peeping Toms ha selected Clay and Putnam counties on "Bridges of Love", and the neighbors in apartments

as sample areas In which it will conduct 1U current business prayer. 307 and 305.
Heart ResultsThe
survey: the Census Bureau regional office In Atlanta said[ last Sunday Mrs. Storey then presentedthe

contestants In Oroup 1 Miss Ada Beckey gave a talk
survey the news release says was Initiated In 1951 results of Heart Sunday: Envelopes were left at the who spoke In turn: Michael on the stamps of Turkey: at the

"to meet Important need of the government and private Industry collections are a* follows: many: houses in which no one Sumtnerslll 10 years old "A February meeting of the Stamp
for timely: Information on business condition in the Mrs Reba Talbot with Second Sign";; Cathy Saunders Club at the home of the Rev.
home is
was found at It
nation and will Involve the collection of monthly: sales and two daughter three 10, "It's All So Confusing"; and Mrs. Charles M. Ackerman.

other Information from retail and service establishments In Rainbow girl, Ann Hagen hoped that these envelopes will Jimmy Weeks, 10. "The Dif Using a display of Turkish

the area." Linda Kenney: and be used to send in donations ference";; Deborah Saunders stamps, Miss Beckey, who Auto Safety Facts

Some larger businesses will be asked to report monthlyby Patsy Paterson . . . .$14.13 by mall. While these addressed 11, "Let's Warn Them"; and taught for 20 years In a girl's

: mail while smaller businesses will be canvassed by personal Mrs. Nora Martin with envelopes will go to the headquarter Danny Cole 11, "Smart Drivers school In Turkey, traced the ; w fM

Interview periodically: In most cases once a year. two girls, Nancy Kelley at Jacksonville, the Don't Drink. The Judges were: historic Incidents which had
and Kathy Robinson . 41.01 The Rev. P. R Batchelor Mrs I occasioned the Issuing of the
The Florida Baptist Education Commission 1* ready to receive Eadie Robinson with amounts received will be cred I C. A. O. Pease and Miss Alta stamps.At .

offer of sites for a Baptist Junior college to be locatedIn Paul Hinton and John Iced to Clay County: I I t. Crumm. While they were In the business meeting Mrs.

the state. Such offers should Include the following requirements O'Qulnn . . . . . 2.40 The Heart Association wishes I conference 22 school children Charles Coker acted as

: Mrs Moore at P.0., . 1248 to thank all who participatedTwo sane a group of songs. tary In place of Mrs.

1. An adequate campus site of no lens than 100 acre*. It mustlave unidentified young In Heart Sunday: drive; those The children of the second was unable to be seere-I "jPK

a clear title and be an outright gift ladle . . . . . . .87 who donated and especially group were then presented and array of future
2. It must be accessible to the population of the general area Miscellaneous . . . . B11 those mentioned above with spoke as follows: Paula Shelton given by program chairman the

of Its location and In a suitable envIronment their car and the young people 12, "It's Up To You"; Rev, Frank M. Oracey, The Eleven ilolei now issue "lofety" licente plait,

I, The topography must lend Itself to campus development. Total . . . . . . . .$7000 who accompanied them. I David Brummltt 11 1, "Sentinels president Mrs Ackerman, an- (1 togs looted with a material that reflect heed-
of Safety";; George Saunders nounced that the March meeting lights of approaching cart. Thete ptatei, which
con be sets from almoil a half a mile away at
II, "Team Work"; Fred Mc- would be held at Mn. ,; night; ,, ,educe nighttime occkJenti.
Cown. II, "The Straight Shooters. Pratt' apartment when her

Your dreams come true Vote NO";; and Bobby paper on Lincoln will be given.

with Eastham., "What Kind of a In addition to a good attendance Proftitionol driver training /

FOIDIS( I I KK! Man?" The judges for Group of members two prospective schools were dikedfor
PLAID STAMPS 2 were! Mr. R. O. Bwlgart Mri. members were present. lately' luggeitioniiOnet

Noel Carr and Mrs Alice Jera- -- Why don'l, cart have '2 ; ; 4

lemon.. Whole they conferred, rear-window wipers, to "
1 SAVINGS! BOND driven olIO can te* Ar
the children sang three other
SALES! SOAR through rear windows during
The sale of E and H United a rain storm?
Mr. Batchelor, chairman of
Fryers whole lb 25c Group 1, spoke words of encouragement I States Savings bonds In the
County last month Jumped 2S1
to the group and
per cent from the year earlier /L4
announced "No.3" Jimmy 4
period. It was the third largest a4
Weeks to be the winner of I 1
percentage Increase In the
Choice lb. 49c flrut price of this group. Mr.
d parts Swlgart chairman of Group State! topped only by Hamilton
and Holmes Counties
3, then declared "No. 8", Bobby ,
For the 12 month period
t Eartham. the winner of
SUPER RIGIIT HEAVY WESTERN BEEF ended January: 31, the sale of
tint In the second
r prize group Iw.e.
these bonds was up 38 8 percent
The Rev B R. Turcott congratulated
STEAK SALE the children on their over the previous year rtes J a the National Safety Council claims
For the 12-month period
Price In this Ad effective fine showing and expressed his that 5,000 livet a year could be laved
bond sales totaled
appreciation of the value of : more i. sole if diiveti end pattengtri vied tealHow
through Saturday, Feb.Uth. SSC ,
than $125000, up from approximately rti 1'r bhs. K
TOP ROUND -SIROIN-T-BONE- LBgFreshly this presented work of medals the the as winners he. I 190.000 in the 12

months ended January, 1903.
and connotation prizes to

; Ground Beef 31b. Pkg. $1.00 children served the other refreshments then contestants retired by and a com were The sales from For were less 1083.January than close: 15,000 to of $18,000.this In year Jan up, I

mittee. The members of the uary.
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.. WCTU remained for a brief
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business meeting In charge of
JANE PARKER ONE A ONE-liALr LB. Mlu Cass, president

DUTCH APPLEPIES Mrs Ruth Threlfall of East

Hartford. Conn. has been visitIng -
12-OZ 2- 45t
her sister Mrs. May C. Orr .t
and MIN Carrie Tarbcll.
39c 22 OZ, 39* Miss Ruth E. Dickey of Manchester -

Mass Is also the guest
of Miss Tarbrll and Mn. Orr.
32 Ole 49e-
MUs Dickey was a missionary:
In the Belgian Congo for 20

GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 3 LB. 23c years and served In Moans for
SAIL POWDERED DETERGENT some years hrrt the Rev Er-

rest Atkins was the missionary:

builder work like

LEMONS DOZ 29 82-OZPKG-85* Mrs. Chauncey M Ogdrn. of
I I I I I I Orange City and Mr and Mrs

Clayton Seaman of Woodmere.U .
-- - - -- ---- - I.. now spending the winterat

200 PLAID STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF 5181 JANE PARKER FRUIT CAKE Un.Fort Lyman Pierce Davlson and Mr of East and $

I, Rorkaway, L. I. were recent 6O.
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guests 01 Mrs Charles. Wright
I .
i -
l The latest new recldenta of

the Memorial Home Community
Of ft. .
r-: .
art Mr. and Mrs. Lynn ,
NO. 11 CAN . :-. '
Sheldon who have token
KWA PEAS 8 SI.00 a' I rNkhiw In the former second up Our Reel Crocs Ax* It. not with mirrors Life any button, the Rd Gag Ku to

.Meet . :Jr Door Layman apartment, near but with" volunfrtTt-volunteer' Mbo do budget lit expenditures in advan t. Each

.1 the church. apartment No 10TK. rote' hundreds of minims of dolUn'worth the bud,,, to examined In depth by

Mr. and Mm Sheldon fame rf free tame and service Total ripendi- Prunes. labor and profnsioaal Indrr

HOEMCL I I her from Lakt Wales when turn far 19&-A3 by the Red Croat were .who art members cf 1M organiutioa'

CHILI WITH BEANS 3 $1,00 .... \"II'WJlal./' they r4 resided for TS mn IW.1H3U. Vegas how your Red CrowdolLut utional Board\ of Comaon.Ito., a* requiml -
I f . \ and owned theft hon* Uwrt. me sprat; Semen to the Armed by law,Red Crow etjxTxLrum are

Formerly" they Bred la Minnesota .Form '.rCrr..aJ their FanuUn 117"%, audited annuaUy by the Department of

1 and at than In Wisconsin Dtkutet Smite 93 Blood Sorrier! Defense and firm of btdrprndmt public

ALL MEAT VARITICS VEQ. VAKITIUCAMPBELLS tFOlJNDER'S and NrbraUa. Both attended 111%, .Sumac and Safety Service S 6%, crounUnU. The audit repeat Is trot to

SOUP 2-3k 2.31 *i in here* Unlvenuy they: met,of and Minnesota graduatd. Youth Actnitte 4 0%" .Smke and Assist Confrru by !the SemUry of Def rice.

anew to Qupten S1%, Other Community So.'OU tan d1dpepd
shortly after w"Uw1" were
"lIUL married. Sen-ke.(XT*,Intenuhonal Senfcw 0.3'abLe %, on the Red Croat 10suh

310X q / Both Mr and Mrs. Rwlton !\ ItJe.watixn.8i Membenhip f EvroHmtol > your dcllrnwnk
sad Fund 11% CnnlMjrufrmrttt hard. And the
have a varied and sang records Raiunf &

SALTINES 18* tfcrtmur In the work of the I .Ftuuuof and Adzaimttra- Pd Croat .

LJ .....A Lord tn both the danger UOD-. lio133'e. OG .
a! church -

Mr Bnrhtai *%* tax it and .
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raised a IflnnMoU farmer, ton # Afwm .n... your help
111 N. ORANGE A'E. CUCM ant .,* '''(''. rtx .
pUra wws the County Xtrf.runural

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