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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November 26, 1964
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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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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: Industrial Development Issue HISTony' .


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development ,the Green Core are" because "I by the Journalism
believe in 1t'Governor: School at the University of Green Cove City CommlaMon this week Inauguratedan
Bumswho hu been Mayw-Commiutoner of Florida. all-out campaign to attract additional blue chip corpora

the City t>t Jacksonville, 28 .mile north'B( Green(Cove,.for The award made at the c lion Into the city.
15 year, paid tribute to "a long and close relationship with meeting of the Florida Prem The program aimed at bringing manufacturing plant

that community ,Green Cove). iU problema and hope Association in Silver Springs, Into the City-owned industrial park, got a blanket endorse
The Governor,'who tin the lint primary teat.spring received was In the highly coveted meiit from Haydon Burns, Congressman D. R. Matthews,

: the largest percentage plurality in Clay County field of "Community 8erv i-I/ Charles Myeri, Jr.. president of Hurling ton Industries, Inc".
among all the counties cf the state, said "I am aware that Ice. In this category, The Robert F Orth, senior operating eke president of Johns
Green Cove ha come a l long 'wmy In the put')'eI&ror so It Crescent took third price Manvllle Corp.. State! Senator (and former Governor)

will tin up 10 these growing pain and It mill. I believe, amoni all the weekly news- Charley E John, State! Rep Louis L Huntley and other
ro farther:* papers In the State. First Gvernr-elecl Hayden Burn .n'rt'Mm.n P. R. Matthews A* a first step In the campaign this issue of The
"A* Governor cof "Florida; 'be continued "I will workwith prize went to the Lake Creiirent II I going to the top policy-making officers of the \

any industrialist 'Who move Into the area Florida Worth Herald, with a nation BOO greatest manufacturing corporations
1* growing and Che growth rate til northern Florida I feel, lation of 4 000; second tll'tu.1 iP A part or all of the Industrial park and manufacturing

will be fantastic In the coming years," to the Coral Gable *, f\ facilities to the specifications of a blue chip corporationmay
Reiterating his promise to ,cooperate with industrial with a circulation of more be purchased without cost to the purchaser Any top .

newcomers: ,the Governor .promised) to do everything be than 6,000; and honorable drawer corporation so desiring can secure financing of both

could to Batten ,the area"s growth'; mention went to the AuI I I ( :. 4 property and plant facilities through New York Stock
burndale Star with a circulation gschsnge member firm Issuing Industrial Revenue Bond
of 3.600 that are exempt from Federal Income taxation and, there
Matthews\ Sees Tremendous ,. hI3 fore. making financing available at a lower rat of Interest
The award wa made to .
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Duncan Oroner publisher of
The New York Block Exchange member firm. J C
Green Cove Th Crescent, by John Paul
Opportunities In Bradford Co.. has Indicated. a willingness to under.
Jones secretary' of the Florida
write 'Issuance of Industrial Revenue Bond for corporations
Press Association and a
Oreen Core "ctten tremendous opportunities 'to any Interested In financing an industrial facility In
member of the faculty of
blue chip company Interested in a Florida I location, accord Y Green Cove. The offer I I. made ubje* to the firm
tog to Congressman D. R. 3,!.tthe.... the Journalism School at ; usual Invfitlgatlons

Praising the "splendid rail, highway, water .and .air Gainesville jlM, This mean that any corporation could get 100 perCent

transportation," available to Industrial users! the --Congress financing,
man chanetertted the cliawte u "wonderful" and laId Robert F, OrthHenlor Charlr, r, Mrrra, Jr, There' are Mv.ral! Important advantage accruing to

"any corporation, however great, which- might move into\ Operating Y,-P* J.hna-Manvlll Burlliitn Incl...'..*. Inc.fck a company using this method of financing a new plant,
Oreen Cove would, I believe do credit to Itself by becoming on of the most Important of which la the significant

a part of this warm, noapicle and growing community" savings resulting through the lower interest. rate "
"AA Representative in Congresi for the Eighth Florid ;JEx-Govcrnor No Da k Geared to Cooperate caw of the sumption from federal income tat of the
Congressional District" h* said "I would welcome the bluest. on the bonds. Ths saving tbuuM k* a tab short .
I estabttshasent of any lice c ? aa addWoa to our area and I would be delighted 10 assist Firm'Would Go Wrong InGfcs W'th Nell Industries, li.t\l SaysA / sash roJec..... 1

la every possible>> way at the Federal level. In arranging financing Of this type. J. C. Bradford r
"It is very gratifying to know that the Drew l Cove John Preston Hall, |>r sldrnt d Co. would art a* flaral agent and underwriter They I j
City Commission and the Clay County Crescent have taken : strong endorsement of the of the Bank of Green Glove would also arrange for th appropriate \legal work, which =

the Initiative In pushing for flu Industrlattutloa of the rClty plan to wag an all-out Springs sine 1117, this' week. Involves drawing of the a...., various resolution to be j j
City** Industrial park..lIleb.ID tog opinion offer tremendous campaign to bring new payrollsInto os +stt hailed the effort of City of. adopted by the municipality, printing of th bond and

opportunities." the Green Love Industrial fld.Ja0 atlrsd more blue other thing necessary to bring brut\ the successful ,
Oreen Cove" he said, "was one of the nation' major Park cam from State Senator chip Industry Into the are. issuance sot. sale) of the bonds '

Naval) tnaanaUtons Star the drartlvatloa at the Xaval! and former Governor Charley Mr,, Hall, who will retire In J. 0 Bradford Co, a number of' tie Nw York
base, way have been sought for the fullest use not only of E John. January after serving' I< year Stork Csrhang, I II old of th leading Investment bank. '
the Base Itself but also tor the community of Orvea Cove For JO years I hv known a* the County sheriff, said' 'Ins firm of the Mouth with headquarter In H..hUJe'j-
which developed significantly during the yean the Baa was th* people of Green Cove," the hit bank, lh County oldest Trniwaa, an" office In New York and branches In
In active operation* Senator said, "and I am keen and largest, would do all In Its fifteen. elite In the Bouth
I ly aware of th* problems and -.
The Congressman who hold a Master of Art degree power to cooperate with any
of the ." Charka) f Myers. Jr president of Burlington rnd'trlN7
aspiration area
from the University of Fkulda, was Just re-elected to baa new 'Industry that move Into
f sixth term In the U. S House of Representative. "I strongly endorse the plan the CU,'* Industrial' park, till ors of whoa ttmrti<< yarn plant I ls loraUd hen; and
1"1bIrr, Orth senior operating vice president! of John
of the City to draw payroll
The M yr-old! bank!, who**
Manvtll Corporation, whoa muJU-mUllon dollar Transit
Into .ir Industrial park
y have !It
deimalt risen from **
Green Covc's Appreciation For IndustryIs Industries of th* calibre of .. than half a million dollar Pip* manufacturing facility Is now umbr construction smile
south of fir. City lira, were nthuslatl In Ineir prate' I
those which have moved Into
aaauntrd IU prwhtonry to row l lto
Beneficial Burlington Head Says the area within recent' year: IS million todayjcOrrcn of with, for II.Cltr."t,'* ability to absorb new Industry and to grow '

Burlington Johni-Uannvill Co", '* only banking 'InatllutluA.Th .
Green Cot baa "an appreciation for Industry which Climate CondiUonlnr McCormlck Manger Item I.lln.r pointed out thai nw Indu
Industrial park, Mr.
contribute much to successful manufacturing operation,* .. 1111 _lot ,fr.r> buck t..ll tru locating In th* Industrial park will have rry con
according Charles r. Myers Jr, president .f Burlington ; "' ; ;' feivabl' form of transportation a...Uab'to' Uw... The
freight, waur sM Uanaimrtatkin. Called" th 1400-/ ,
Industries, Inc.. one of whose two strebh yarn plant I* 1 a* nut believe arty CiOf1JOI'aUonthe former Governor Ailanti coast Un luUro*|* main bras goes through
tl unrivaled the EajtUtn: Seaboard and said
acre ( on any
located In the Citjr.. continued "would go wrong In establishing a manufacturing Iran Cote, In park has mart than la mile
top drawer corporation would tint local 'h"! and business
"We have enjoyed a close and happy association with facility In the Green Cove area." of frontage on In* Bi John Itivar, with It long pi l.* ...
Iradvr* eager to work with Less sees In nuking llw\t
Oreen Cove for some time," Mr Myers said "and we consider lending Into th* river It.. pack tilt four aircraft runways
It an excellent location for plant operstkms. Our ei- "null highway freight, water and air transportation ftt.blltlvMnt both profitable and happy and two rtrlal highway' go through the qty. One of I
penance has been entirety satisfactory" is Green shore art unmatched" ho _ld "Th people l are -I thin I ran say In sU candour," .h* said 'that th the runways l is tpproiimaUly a mil In Wnglh.Th .

The Burlington mill at Oran Cove, which employs mon warn and te.MUbl and cooprrstlv and I.... sure any of lhr. g est MrnpanlM& w* have a* our nlhtwt' now are property was purehasa4 from General flunk**

than 200 persona orrupta 11.000 square feet of spec In a UM gutUoa** guest eompaalM settling In Orren Cw will rompfeuly\ satisfied with our loteU n." ImliiMraUm' a tear set after. th* U I Navy haw there
handsome brick building facing the Bt John Rim "I was personally happy to aU U the John.MandUls wa fescUtaUd
Daniel 1 8 Shaw, superintendent of th mill. Joined MrUyer find Ib* people end the fK\J1Utt\ then amply able to make Corpor ,Uon III arrt at sny own .land for their pl.lIt .! a "II I* probable. ; ZelllMr .old "that no awl facility a*

in praising the cooperation of local lead** and of any bvauons vantur prrfiUbl and happy" awn IMK. than I might hav reallsfd. *n K for ridn4llaiu IN etute *n the Atlantis. Camel and w* Intend ta auk

his o.n personnel In making their operation a happy on. A* In* Osuatfi rrpreavnUUv In th BUU. Senate. I know a gnat tomparry such s* JohmMaitviflgo !U II known to the type *f orporUon w* already tar a*
BUeUh yarn manufactured In ann Cove .Is used la ).* to benefit our commwaiy. and our ....... (JvvloMalyK neighbor" :
Bmator* pr nlae4 to do everything" pnaaitrU. to mak 1
Alas. wear, outer garment* and hosiery.Mr. will br.fii.ia .brag mmhanU *nd our bank Th CcNII" ', tupsrlo Khonl& system, a diversity If| '
Shaw said the local labor market wa* eomposod of UM growing taduatrUlUalloa W UM area ....'I .. andeanJerWlr TT* Bank win shortly I begin' MMairwlloft *f a rw bank inurehM, t fin general, hospital and UM haM fact the ,

sound hard-working ptopto. They have responded w..10 to iv.*mm and oldtsmm alik. on mange Amm' tMall beep rw t been. .nnauiwadOur Cviwity .IMM niter had a monwnl .f rattal tortaton. vn
training" cUnal. .labor *ttf and Uw 'fact *. base ha4 no sited a* additional. bnftu thai wvld au/t to any "In-
Senator John fcahrt.xr the Qty for IU rtoon and
"Our relations," Mr. Shaw continued "hare bn very rarUl tensions. ol any kind. Mat Orw. cure an Weed ... .omlmanurarlnrtn* fa.Uily n<4 'It* irsoMiL"
good with City official They bare always been. most e ws1.. k lion for any VIM ru tMnufacturlAg opatalion.. 1C..lioied en h. tight

coopera. Uv..*

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TbH. .is In* staUtnmt of Ibwrt P Orta. aenior oprt aJ:. /
IM vice ptwUnt of lobi>*-Manna Corparstlon." whoa
r.ltt-midlos dollar Tiansit *.>>..tos pip UMaf.xtvU.cfattiny i F FJohns.Manvillc
I* wtw41Wd to go .Into opsraUoa bi the faO.
Mr Orth. who remtUy pUr"4 UM Iradu* rot .lagrawad
breaking cvrvmoiun la Ort. Cove far fes cam. I f

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n alien tsrtflrr wake, r d. MHwty and a4JaAaaUaneie

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Eay( LTountg Crescent! THURSDAY. NOVEMBER t{. 19<4
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Green Cove Spring (pop. 5....), the County seat .f eat city 125 mites northtattuOfCape, Kennedy, 25 miles

;.J.JI Clay County named for Henry Clay) lies 15 miles south from JickonvilleDnifversity. ; and.. <. miles from the I'nlver-

I of booming Jacksonville| 15 miles west of fashionable FonUVedra till ef Florida '

and >5 miles west ef St. AurtuUne, the nation's old

Green Cove the county Hat of Clay h : MI T TI n

County since Civil War times, bout one of

florid* loveliest old court bou_. Dating ,
back to 1IM, the Spsnlsh eolonlal building
formed the backdrop acme years age for
the motion picture, "Under The Gun" Built
of plastered brick It atanda today substantlally -
aa It 'was when It war constructed,
Ureen Core Is on the main lino of the Atlantic CoastLine
I? Railroad with dally passenger and freight service. L a)
The Atlantic Coast Line's Industrial Develapment& dirlslon M

was Inslrumentsl In taring one of the nation's greatest
corporations Johne-Manville, to establish a vast ((13-aeree) I j(
Tramlte asbestos pipe manufacturing facility on a It-acre
site just south of the city line. Green Cove offers also. .
prime highway, water and air transporttoln facilities. t r 1..1! :
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"\ In Green Cove, Clay Memorial Hospital Is widely regarded
.,' The sprint from which Green Cove takes its name,
i a* one of the finest small hospitals In the State.
.F.F1m down above, produces 100 gallons of sparkling warm
With accommodations lor 15 patients, the hospitalIs
water ((71 degrees) every minute Originally an Important
to double Its In-patient facilities It
center for the Tlmuqnan Indians and later the nomadic currently planning
Seminoles), the great spring produces water that Is heavy Is served by a staff ol seven physicians; with specialists
-f' ? In calcium and bicarbonate. Next to the spring Is the city from trading Jacksonville hospitals on tap at a moment's
tiI lain there nil the hospital at
notice Those who hare
I't POOl. one of four In the mmediate area. Easter sunriseacreiccs
iIJJ Labor Day festivities" etc.. are held In the adjacentSpring "..arm and hospitable refuge because Its staff of doctors ,
ku Park. and nurses and volunteers "ore.
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Green Cove's oldest church building It 81. Mary' Epla:

copal Church, one of I group of beautiful early Victorian ,
Episcopal churches that line the St. John. Hirer fur 100 ..y
miles. A million church Hi wirer (la the lie,. Ullllam r. J *
Erwin, a graduate of' Harvard College the FpUcopal Thrological !
Seminary of the Southwest and Princeton Choir I F
College, The beauty of this church la closely matched by
the pure Victorian-Oothie lines of the CIt,'. tint Fresbyterlan -
Green Co,.', largest congregation I I. the First BaptUt

'....., Church, a center of the city's religious and social life The
r Church has a membership of 400)) with a Sunday School

T' average of 150. Its polar, the Red J. R. Olachea. Is regarded I
as one of the great preachers In the Baptist ChurchIn '
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north Florida ,i\M .L

'"" Green Cove the new $111.000 public health center I It
regarded as a model In the State. The County's public
Green Cove's Junior High School, a sprawling brick health program employs s fuU-time staff of II persona.Birdied .
building epitomises the I best of Green Co,,'. public educational 1e"leee'Include school health programs, environ
tlIH opportunities. Headed by A. D. Duck the school has mental health Immunliatlon clinics and prenatal and
14 teacher end 100 students It Is operated on the ability po.t-natal essmlnatlons. A physical therapist, a psychl
grouping plan under which each student Is placed in that I .trl.I..4. nutrltlanlst are, regularly employed.. The home
group with which he (fer she) ran make the moat progress. .nursjng service utilises( a' staff ef fire registered sutses.
lie library eonore than Z.OOO books
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C.,,'. Roman Catholic Church of the Sirred 'Im'a,," "SJ FY'R"ITIrl: aa.ll'I'LI.1Siti:
Heart Is one of the ('U,'. diversified denominational sane*

tusrle. Though Ids area Is predominantly Itsptlat, the The Green Core home sf Pies Jshn ROM. Facing the
Barret II,.,,'. parkhloncr are partly newcomers and, In St. Johns River, with a Urge pool In front .1 It, ihcToktnlal LOADS LIBERAL TRADES-EASY S TERMS
part descendant of the w-eslled "Mlnorcans" who eml. building (tllUrs at the side) contain ale bedrooms and
grated. In the Eighteenth Century le llorlda from the four baths. Pin\ Ross Is the widow of a former sales. manager ---- -- U7: H7U .\'orIf: uxI) :T50LIj -
Mediterranean Inland ef Minorca, one .f the Baleen! hi of R. J. Reynolds Tsbse' C. AN H 0 U R
ends off the coast .f Spays

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V Table, 3 End Table and > Lamp 89.95
The Illbernla horn ., frank B. ....u.. a retired vteepresident : -i" '" '_.
llospltallly/ and a Iwlur* ** In* pr*gs.w.1 Groesi Ov. 159.95
of the New York CVnUsI RysloM .. a Modem
The Is the IMSM of Jssaes M. Wtlts rHIrsd North Cars***
,..,w. hmo, fselag the SU John River, It b rifled with. .. 1;;" ,
IndswtHaUsl. WeslH Pleasant Pslstl. Grevsi Core. Mr. :
sxtreVs New England ..u...*, lisas aril *bona Inherited
and ......... by. Mr Awtls and .... wlf.. both. proper Mklte Is MOW a eaRned advorst and t>sitlrjis..gardea>er.

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seer Rkwttrn design Insure toppsmiabtKly
spool. c ,..I."c. and d. 39 95 3 ..... Bed.' DrvasvT *lth lOmt Carat *4 Drawers.
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fiMlag M the 'U Jobs lUvtr. Is ei... U down.tow .....ste-IUMI bs.*.\ la bsM *. th* sit. *l the a..*. ABC FURNITURE
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photographs eidualvrly for Tbe Creocnt by Domain peen sew Mr. I>.*., was Mrs ......*>s great gvslgrandfalber. 1N.n1IL A1L\lt GGRgi f con irRi G'JT'

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Industrial rarkuwnUlnra U2 ttretf 7.; "): l 1J mils or river IIIfhw.7 It (It no.mik* to Highway 17))|h tour aircraft ran 1p. !!!.{ f.lJ :::

I- front! 14 plea (c Oncludinjf 1* U45-H. berthing plrrttl IB WI,. (tho longest HIM fret)) two hangar contalnlnj doss
Atlantic CoastUno= Railroad spur= two miles fronUc on to 55,00 Muaro feet rachU).

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The Intrrdrnomlnatlonal chapel at tho park .la plclarrdIn .
s1 ft) and steel and
Y' mrrrlal typ.Ilu.nart hula (SOt s .
\ glo.o. InduttrUI.tjrp betiding In tho barkiround la aI50at a 1'111.1" ., rr._. In the foreground' tho fett ol a
( (.lalkin rlrvtUd. w.tfi tank and a number" of mill I50....-gallon water tank with III pumping ilallon at IU
: baM. In the barkiroiind U Iho Urier water tank. The
rommrrrlal and barrarktpoA buildings>
two tanks are Npplled by flvo deep Artnlan well. .

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air !. Ibo. pier *r... Th bank .bat a production. rapacity of Th ..Uim plant romprUlnc lhrr brat furnaces fuekel l lkr
bunker V oil
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Emrboard and carrvfatlnf ......... Tfctjr a4befta 0.*n.Wftcit. f ornt rVoductt DrrWon can 111MIII !
In the UmbartaAdt. !rows to MntHbult la the cuftAattan and .wbit Kor1MIIVKY
mars why fomtry h sign a vital. tubjvrt ration ti aur Mti.'.rafwabl iMtbw rttauntt.
with M. And why ..',. M Intwntod In UMpnptmt Altar aft.. tfiafI .... our productt". And
and poficitt of pr/ft J ONl fomitn t.Mra' *s posy laa.otrjfvtxri. .

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er.'. prseUOtwrs. Additionally This issue brings tf
The Beatles UsurpedFor Jotti1kcr iby Hospital Readies Big u apecdallSLLTtP- the gentrattvubfie soI"r'the
medical apeoli.allty
I re enttn&i every
the first time, the world's music is availableto DUNCAN GRONER Expansion Of Services on its consulting staff ./ interitslting fart

the people of the County through our library system. The hospital also.operates its uz h ut' Green' (" n'r.
By tradition and custom, we Americans have set aside .
own Wood bank.and:la affiliated
County Librarian Frederick R. Andrews has put on the
By It. L. KLEDZIK Administrator, Clay Memorial Hospital
each of Thanksgiving In which ,
day we count
I year a our with the AABB;
libraries of recordIngs
tables of the County's an exciting array -
and looking them over one sees such names as Bach blessings I can think of no better time or place to enu- Clay Memorial Hospital has certain ancillary rooms in the spokesman for the board cmntcn NOTICE

Moaart and Mendelssohn, Revel, Richard Strauss and merate ours than this Issue of The Crescent, as we embarkon been In operation for a little present building. When completed of. directors, says titan while CHRISTIAN- SCIENCES

Charles Munch, Verdi's Requiem . and Robert Frost a campaign to bring in new people, new ideas, new ways less than six years. Originally : the hospital will have the present expansion.program CIErT
reading his own poetry.Thof,8 of keeping our youngsters at home when their education is constructed as a 2)-bed hospital capacity of approximately calls for additional bed' facilities Cot, E. Houston 84. A

completed. It hu Increased its bed 70 beds. 'only, it Is the Intention of N. Magnolia Ate
whose 1Utenlng
who are unaware of these names;
Some among us are inclined to minimize, or grudgingly capacity by 20% and broadened Present statistics show a the board t* add other facilities TEN: COVE SPRINGS
experience has been limited to the more current
admit the attributes of beauty and decency that God and its functional purposes dally patient occupancy of 08%* .as the need arises. These FLORIDA
(and briefly more popular) song writers and artists have
man have wrought here, I have recited some of them in to provide services not nor and births, 20 per month. Include enlargement' of X-ray
an exciting experience awaiting them. The only single Subject!
this column before; they bear reiteration lest we forget 'em. normally found in small hos The original medical staff and laboratory facilities to pro- ,
requirement for enjoyment Is to give them a chance. November 19, 196*
Among our Ood-glven blessings we have a moderateand pitals.A consisting of two physicians vide for X.ray therapy; relocation I
Most of our high sensory perceptions are acquired proposed expansion calls has now to of the room I ANCIENT AND MODERN
wonderful climate; so salubrious I shudder when I recall grown seven con emergenty
tastes A taste for good books, for great poetry and the the snowstorms of my New York days. We. In Oreen for a new maternity wing a listing of a board surgeon a and out-patient facilities and I NECROMANCY altar MESMERISM .

works of the great composers requires a little more pa. Cove and Orange Park, live on the St Johns River; certainly general wing additional operat- pediatrician, a radiologist, a. at some future date a conva- AND HTPMmsSf.
tience, I little more time than a taste for, say, detective one of the most beautiful bodies of water on earth, ng rooms, and renovating of pathologist, and three gren- lescent home DENOUNCED
tories, American cheese and the Beatles. It Is well worthit
and I have seen the Danube and Rio Harbour and the
once you've got past the stage where any of these Is
Avon at Windsor Our oaks, some of them possibly antedating
sissy the Christian era, are fascinating In their ancient
The recordings, are available to high school students
grandeur Our sunsets and the hauntingly beautiful moonrises -
and adults and on a balmy evening soon, when windows
over the river; our streams and creeks and woods, and
ere opened we expect to hear wafted across the moonlitair
creatures of the woods and fields
the strains of a Mozart violin concerto, louder and far
And has mauled and ravished this
man not heritage
clearer than the screechlngs of the Beatles
here as he hu In other places We have lived and live In
Mr. Andrews is to be commended, though It may come
peace among ourselves
BS a shock to some of our teen-agers that the current
school of eardrum-breakers has still some competition. I would think that almost above and beyond all this is
the marvellous fact that here there is a decent respect for
the dignity of man that Is not, unfortunately, a hallmark
of the South today We can take great pride and give nsrsaasarru.lwaasss..analaaaucr
Our, Own Fifth Column thanks that In the County there has not been a scintilla ,

of racial unrest or outward hating Each of us, and every
sl f- '
When President Johnson's economy-package list of man every where, has his own prejudices. They are one of .e

military bases to be deactivated was published last week, those useless luxuries like a man's appendix, that can only 1 Cpl. : .. .,,

some cenlus in the Defense Department let It be known be removed by surgery Left alone, most of them are harm
that the Navy base at Green Cove was among them. less. But like Irishmen, when two or more of them get together .

This was roughly three years after the world' largest they tend to become noisy, It has not been so here.
And I believe this fact will\ attract more blue chip Industries -
stationed at Green Cove to
mothball fleet, wu packed off
who) two and half after than a hundred miles of paved streets or a glitteringcity
Texas by guess ; a years the Green
Cove bate was deactivated and a year after It became Green hall.
Cove's Industrlul park through purchase from Oeneral Because Florida and Florldlani were not greatly ravagedby 1c.
Services Administration. the Civil War, I believe we have here many of the fine

The man who made this announcement obviously a attributes of the Old South and few of Its sins. We have

former CIA man, should be at the head of our Intelligence the warmth and generosity that Is Indigenous to the Old

forces In Southeast Asia, It was the \likes of him who encouraged South; we have not generally\ the vigilante atmosphere and
the revolution of Castro because he favored free attitude that are still prevalent In other sections: of the
I dom; mho advocated more dollars for Indonesia because South and Southwest I have never heard anyone who I

Sukarno was a kind of Republican with a sunburn; who came out of Clay Memorial Hospital fall to say and say
rode off In every direction for and against Tshombe, the out loud that he (or she) had never been so warmly cared

neon light In Africa's emerging democracy; who , for, I have never heard a man or woman bereaved who did

well, you name It, he did It. Come again not slag the praises of their neighbors These are traits Have you priced a: tiger lately
more basic than gossip or cavil.

And now I believe, there Is not one of ua who does not rake the GTO for( Instance. Comes with 338 tip.Ow XO at extra cost Plus bucket teats..CareettW Waliwtxlasn. Quick el W e-Trade TTgtTt
QUay (Eaunty (!OrescentH have hope It Is a great Incentive hope. With It . hope And hke that Yet It sells for ,lest than a lot of pussycats with Imitation atrltaNS. Then thert' the LeMan*.Same. La J?
for greater security, for new ways of stopping the exodusof kind of plziaii. Same kind of crackle Same tad of tow price. Slightly sm"Ur teeth*.S&jnce a tljea( rOIUiaC ManGTD

II SOOD ro* CLAY II SOOO FOR THI CMICtUT" youth, an annual export we cannot afford . with hope We're bulking WW 'Tracks again! See thermal, !] at y.ojurauthorized Pontiac dealer now!
DUNCAN OOLDTHWAITI GftONERtDITOR AND PUBLISHER we are likely to work harder more closely to close ranks

I nrzAitTH LEONARD IIIONEII .. SECRETARY and forget little difference and old grudges.

PUSIIINII. Eats THURIDAV Ir Ca.CI'Rill.. INC Since last Thanksgiving day fine things have come to Van Ness Buick-Pontiac Inc.
9, o. sax ITS ua. One of them was Bob Orth the charming, urbane No
Guess. Covi ' ...rTU.IPNOM FLORIDA 02 man at Johns.Manville, Perhaps In the coming year we ,

Si<*.. CUM ,",... 'AI it At OC.-II4--II11(.... enl hush '.....NI can Inveigle my boyhood friend Burlington's No. 1 man 430 Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla.
Charlie Myers. Ws may hope there will be others whose ,
tuMcmrriON MTU
I names ar. not yet (familiar to us.
1 ova' yucca IV AUtA'CM . . . ..lTHO \ But for what wt have and hope.,.we can surely give .
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Established: 1904

P. F. Geiger Agent :. A.A t '. T'g : \

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o 1000 rOM 'Mn .. .'". '" .' '" 'r.. and DUcounU ................................ $1.93398568Banking

r--- 1 '... II' .. 1':' House _.............-..._-_............ 20. .S..O
GRAPHIC SCA%l.t I ,4' .... \II 11 (. \J\ Furniture Fixtures ................................ 2SUJ11
"",,, /_ ,4 ,..1'y. Real EaUte ............. ............................... 3SI4I83
.. RJ (\ Other Resources . .........-. $3.36121
'" "h I .4.. 'Aar U 8 Bonds .., . ... 2,091.1:207
/J"'U" !lA.r' .r lit !J I t County and Municipal Bonds 90443091
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....... Cash on Hand and Due
"heale.n.rr ,5 I E' "I ; I \ \ \ Iron Banks ..... ........... SS0.09S9I 3.5241121
a/ I Iy TOTAL ................ ... .7!................ IS.M1.9M
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l -;I. N.'." ""'-1"F l r'IIt'r'14 ." ( Capital Block ........................1200.00000
0 n' . IU""'" \ 4c I Surplus ..........- .......- 23S.OOOOO
1\ I_, ,,' ..,::; u -p ; \ :r ft nu.u. e rq Undivided! Prom11.002" '.'2.0021.
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Napkins 8o,t no . .
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1 V. .. . . ,'. - --II Ru.a.NotsCQClay .. ... -. - -- .

in' ftmrtiHoi/ft/ +roiMT. OF hftrwiih' ; OB-of before .December. Emnreen r.nn. In KlteaenPreato I C l.ntyJ.' JJfcrli .eecrtb.4Iat j U .,. I. CJ') .
CL..Y'OJNTY.<< F| OHIIIA II. A. 1>. It... ', Water Heater, COM IU u; 'f '
In CHANCERY Herein full 'doer. .... ,
not or pro Stewart Warner Keee. .' Wall itf. iar7k. 4. MEADOWo r ,

Rt"-'t."- .t>t.on No.Olbinn.C-WT rlalntlfCWllllam you confmio for the will relief b* entered prayed... aialnat In the ( Gallon Hatter Oil OB7SUS Drum l b11AlrKJrni1)laf': .dNrn s,flat aocordln hook t: Pretty As A P c ure. .. ..
I.III of ertmplalnte"THK -* i lhrmadnr Wall Healer. _H I'II 1 I'la'ettritavhali' . of the
ROT Oihaon. r'*ren 'HH OTlrM: OK HI IT HEIVJO; FOR M\OHCK 1lrfrl.eratop i lftatnuhlln { lu""t". Aefal'j N1ot Clay county,
STATIC OF FLORIDA-lo:: ( KAIWIT.NBtW- ', ..Ie, t.the hl..tlnd/ ..Ie. to the hl.-h..t end ,
William.. Hoy fllbaiin mi' haul and the heat bidder f. each, at the beet bidder for enaa. at the (
18 N-ith Washington Street .ral of Mid Court it Urn Crave I North Front l Door of the Clay County Courthoua In 'lay
1 /nun' IIIIa Hnrlnicii. Horliht. thin 19lh day C'ountv CourlhuUHo In Green nrlna-a': FTflrMa, between: Oren Cote. '
YJU ARE infftKBT NOTI of Novrmh.r A. I'. l 64UKOIidK cove Hurlnm, Florida. betweenII .. Ilion VV
riEIi' hut( n null him been filed I : ..I I.. CARLISLE. :00 onlork A.M. and I:DO( 'T ri"d.5MipBt'lwlI'I"l".
aiHinM \ u tn ,the:.hove entitled Clerk I'll i nil Court iclock P. M on the 4th day of (('lurt:; Heal) I
taiiati and hereby r* I 11"h I..n H ohm "Decemlier! A. I). t 1981 | rflK!' : I. C011tr.JJIILI'( :
mired 10 rte upon plalntirf. /Hi-nun Clerk (Court Heal) I Clerk Clrrult Court
Ulorne. whoas. name and ad.dr. Ihommi. J. KlvtrnAMnriii (IKOrtCIK: I.. (111'HI,10' By Vivian H flnh-m' .M ( rk (
** "i>,n nr h Tnn. your written v for I'Uintlff Clerk of Circuit Court ftepBty Clerk I ,.. ', tf any to th. bill "',11 lti. J Mil By: Vivian H 8"hm "IOn \HIHCHKII I Iy
of romMalnf flu null copy Iron ('"v. NnrinaC| Florida Clerk :
521 Florida I Title ;
nf .h''. h l I. deliveredacid to you i I No26, Dei I:....10.!,:....IT. XMITH. F.rir- : ,; * .Hriiivai.nRAttnrneya --. . .------ iiikaonvlll* Florida RIIIIAInu IHOt
at Law I AttorneyLeader
''I'V "'11M tOI 'TV dl JIjJo'II tit llvnMI
C 001'1R'S I) ('OIHT OP n.Y COI)'Tlr.I HulldlncJarkaonvlll National) Dank 1 ___ U.U_
(mint lit frakiii % DM.
'In r..: ':cage nfUllACH I, Florida!::. |11t

ctl1ei11 ( ALTHEA PAGR:, iv run < iiiiiT 1'01 HT OF
d..u..d.'O'rlC'I (.1.. ('01 vTY, PIOIIIIM
: fl\AI'; IIIKM 'H wVV KtPdTnlf
William II Adklna, Plaintiff'
that 1 I hav filM (
my final return P: Adklna. IWend'antorii
MII *t""ulr'If' the F.elateof t t /'
/ I'Of at irTHK r5wb
Hmc Allht In(*. derala"dIhwl ; :.i
: 'AT"liP'" rI/JIUI'A-To': = _
( f I have lied my petition Sarah K. Adklna .
I 'nr dl.trll>utl North Comb'
iHnhnrtri. and that on Di>pi>m- tnlt N. llacln tn,
hr6.. l Intl !I will I apply' to the ChlcKHo. Illlnola in Value\\
COMI'LKTJJ: ; I'ntuirnlil, Thomi. j. HlvcruCnimlv vote AKK. IIRREHr: MOTT.
lid*. of Clay County, PIED that a cult ha. been '11.01aoc.lnal
FLORAL riiirld. for approval of all you In the stave entitled Lower in Price !
anal r" tirnn and (area order of ratio. and you are hereby r.nit'rrd .. : ,

KKllVH'KPhone : ; t.'r'hutl..n..".,..l.. .. ..and..."trl., for of final the Will Aie. to whoaa aerv upon name plalntllr.Pttnrnee and' PA.tired. .. > q' Imo: f. ,. er 4w rMlIe.elr 3r!P'1"":.'.'
2S4-J425 of ri'l "c* Altt i pane, diaii<>d. annear, hereon, your writ .
November IS, M ten deNn.., If f8IOil
Itt any to ttia bill
111 N. Orange Avenue a/ am :tohnaonFi'ciilrl nf pomnlalnt" In paid cult, ropy
">t w..i'h '
Green Cove I. dellve'e4 ?
Spring yu
_____- 11.til.. :.!.'...!. .10, J7NOTICK herawlth, fin or before Ih rem. wi
hoe |.. A, D. IM4rela
flP' BILE H<- fall not or decree Healer
Nntlr .la hereby Klven that pro
.n..r..n will I"II entered a.aln.t i
y to a Final Ht-cre of
von for the ".I'of prayed In the
Pnr>> In
.U." 4'e. .6 rnmnlalnt' Mod.1 870C
f'.11 in the Circuit .
TH I NeCnp nv '
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ro.irl nf nay Cnuniv, Florida. I WINO
FOK nivoitrw'wnvPMM
will sell| t'.s
prol..r"| Htuaftd
w arrlhd In r\y\ set,County. Florida. do. I INEalI:... : my hand and theal . a Florid ,like, fr!\m!J oy s'resthr: '; : trees and fcret t jretn. Hire! fen: fa F'!....

P'nurl..n LIlt, 1'w"nl.1"(fill, fit MKAlxiW.IIIKHIK ):. Itlw'k. I I Cnv.tlf Hprlnca,aaM Coo-I.Florida' ,loan title I f.:\', outdoors, but take care! Florida woodlands and (forests provide employmentfor
IfnlL tin day of November A.l>.
arrnrrtlnc In than
I"AI more 50,000 penooi.Vatn .
"ht lh"rnf rc"rdcil, In Plat
ur vur. Knnk (I. once M of th. rurrcnt Clerk'WilttlK: Curet: I.!CARUBM5.Court I / woods fire strikes?
.w jolillc r.cord. of Clay County. Ily Vivian H SohmDeputy 1

T"lCether'lirlnn with all ."tru< turi>a and Clerk I Wildlife is haraned. Human lives are endangered, and traffic snarled in the bland
linriinvmniB, now and hereafter itCrnnnfor Plaintiff I l.aiarJ: of Jeae smoke
hanging and
ti in aald l.n.l. and th. ri-nu, I I.. >1i1re*! ever thoroughfares.
.Ir' aura. and,' prnflla of I the almv' 0 H.I 44Oreen i I
I dr.1 r'licl' .rl) : and all!)
fov HnrlKlnrlda
fliturra. no.r":: or hnrtartrr attmhrd ,- II.H, It-t IB, ITMITKK
__ Guard Your
to or cud In eunn.rIlan Forest Treasure.
A storm Isn'tpartlcWar with th. pr.mUea herein d*. OP MIHNnllc. ,
*<'rlb. the fnllnwlnv donrrlli.d huua> ...' u.nt In a Final Decree of It
hold aniillanira' which err. and Knrwliimir entered In rnu.nnumbered Pays To Be Careful With Fire !
hall I.* deemed to l>.. mturianil M7I, In the C'rrult
That'i why It makes tent to a nan nf the realty (....'rl| nf f'ln County. Florida" I
protect your house under The Uutnolnt Kana and oven fin.ll I I .. fill nail the properly, altualed In
Travelan Umbrella of Insure fun !0,000TU Output "III'IJ'I'l My
net.. Ask about our Modern bpir (Clfulutlo

Homtowntr'a Policy, and ,lit ui ; J. P. Revels '. Ion tins Flew spits

worry about the storm { N Maguire Lumber ComyanyGREEN


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INS AGENCY Ford fiends the Field In Clay County - ._ I II ,!,
We will) Orow with Clay County Local Buyer of Pulpwood For

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rt us Is far more than the fashioned "fall check-up." We Inspect your JutClSHAGGY SJIS

I t 1nJ UIIS car from stem to stern oil filter air filter, tires, battery, motor oil, TOMMY DOLL PENNY BRITE DOLL I DOG ,

lubrication. . and service where needed, giving you a certificate show.
"l s.&.. No*. IS I $x'49 ir* iiiik ,
j 'KEY: TlltRS) )'OGt EAK" Ing replacements made and services rendered. We follow car manu !
(t $2.89"I o( a...... : $3.99
p facturers' recommendations and use only quality Standard Oil products, :
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one Indianlw to assure you safer winter driving \ :
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hose, fan belts, thermostat, water pump and all parts of the cooling roNVKxmvriox': ( $3.!... t'Lt: .?._ . .:t

1 system, making needed replacements. Only then do we Install quality I }:T11.1 Nl\tT1I: .h' .$1!>H I.IK: KTKTOU: !{ _... ._....... ...N.:n

Atlas Perma-Guard; Anti-Freue, and affix a tab to your radiator |uar. II I SCUAUMLK' : ......... . .... ........... $,1x1 rAKCHI.SSI: _. I."

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...OAL OTIC* nl.trkt.33o.42. :: I_.inb r U..*M4 FOR RENT Ut for hose
PI.ACE.1Jra JM.tiYw1e iCMUr, I'I'DtJI&t..D:: PM I S&noM.I I I septic tank Fr lnf.rmatln *, Ill.I*. rb no Middle I
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Ukm I will conduct ipualla iatfnri Wo. 1.&U..EI.ACECIav All e.c.on..r. Invitiit from front door or High Stliool .na l>|HNilt* 1am Mill).
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"Bom In Atlanta te now re I GREEN COVE SFKINCS. noKII\
Orange Ave 8. al Bay Street Green Core Spring
have IV offices tn six southeast'itmitttes flndktxs and optniom ean:tohelpfcjl I lI\\\\. u EAST r, o nous
rhone tll-SIIl Home Phone Ill-IMS
.We know the area to those who ask for
and Its. opportunities.t their assistance:in arriving .tinvettinent I -
't' hare pW.)ec1 substantial derisions
part I I. the capital finwieing \ 'L'Otn modem facilities are
<*t :many southern enUrprises. backed by Registered Representative
*v..ho rt ready to.trve
J. We provide Investment and their personal attention to the Always On Call.
brokerage tervkes for Individuals .invettntent'reeds of the client .
and Irotituttoiu on 11&1Ikm' Call Courts, or better still, coma
throvgh our exchange into see us and discuss your
'memberships and our investment objectives.tto .
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: r' I'AC>t,i lanr ": .. . : THURSDAY. NOVEMBER XI. 1m

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Tynes Appeals For
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i Happy Days More 'School Money

By Virgin II. Robert loss of her husband, who was
Acting School Superintendent Clay County School Superintendent I
Are Here Again Jesse P. Tynes, Superintendent for many years The
i -Elect of School told secretary is to send a copy to
members of the Citizen School =
Committee tat week that one her.Also approved was a resolution ; ;
At of the most vital need for of thank to James I
improving the school of the Lytle, who headed the committee I
county i 11 more money. for its first three yyears. 11
He urged Increased effort Now working actively for A1iL
toward getting more local financial the school committee are subcommittees .
support for them.In on; Physical Plant, ( !)
recent year., to meet the Legislation Curriculum, Membership
need for schooling our rapid. Insurance, and Lesson '
ly expanding population the Guides Survey,
borrowing power of the county Committee President Davis
school system has been practically Brown announced an appeal is
exhausted, he said. To being made at the County PTA -
.. continue the effort for school Council Meeting, held at .. "L
d rd Improvement, more money Doctors Inlet this week, for
must be found from other each P TA in the county to' Will Be Cloaed
sources send a representative to the THANKSGIVING DAT"SUPKIMtlOIlT" (
I ulI The committee voted a resolution committee's monthly meetings.The .
of condolence to Mrs next meeting II scheduledfor GUADK; "A" QUICK FIIOZKX
Hlrrls Long upon the recent Monday, January 18

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Ten berthing piers at the park are 30 feet wide and
184S feet long. Two trestle piers are 10 feet wide and 500
feet long; a service pier la SO feet wide by 184$ feet; and a tn Ii 111 23
Chevrolet Oldsmobile pontoon pier Is 40 by 355. Lit 1fi35 C LB.A 33C
Utilities at the park include a water system with an
annual capacity of 250 million gallons; a steam generating "JC. "It.
m-JOJl I644600 (Jai Direct Line) plant with an annual capacity of 155 million pounds; and
250 million gallons of flow.
sewage "SL'I'IIi-II1JIIT"( SHOUT SHANK[ FULLY (whole or half Ib. 4!\')
Between the park and the 110-acre sit of the Johns.
;bOa ARE COMING IN Manville plant is a B-hole golf course with sufficient additional .
land to add another nine holes. Within the reservation COOKED HAM ];;:haikII; ; .390n
(c f are three swimming pools, officers' and enlisted men's ,., ........
/ WHY NOT COME IN quarters, barracks, storage building and two huge hangers,
one of which I 11 now occupied by Climate Conditioning, a
t AND SEE? division of Paul Hardeman, Inc., which ha a part of the 41 to C Lb.
prime contract on construction of the "Mooiuhot" building BAKINtIHENS .390
AvK. LB, .
There additional
at Cape Kennedy are storage and office


Garden Club Meets I 4lofiLl>.
County YOUNG DUCKS : 45c

r h By Mildred O. Peterson Mrs. A. 8. Relnoahl gave a
The November meeting of I I very Interesting talk on roses. I Capt'n Johns Fresh Dry Pack r n.............-.....-..-...........,
The Country Oarden Club, She suggested we plant them KTAN'DAItl) OYKTKILS .... 12 oz. !We!) 1 j [.1>Rt>.1:1I1 I
ROBERTS CHEVROLET them as we would cabbage.
Doctor's Inlet-Mlddlfburg, was I Swift Premium Cooked I
I In an open field and cultivate .
held at the home of Mrs. W. Cabbage require fertilising, ('.1\\'FI)1I,1Jt: I ........ 5 II). can' *:3..G9!l 1 STAMPS
Orange and Park Green c." Bprlng J. Christmas.\ Mrs. Addison and i |
spraying and watering so Extra Lean Fresh Half or Whole l I

.usMiss1r1MelIIIIrmI. M11a.Kaa19WrMNW.lastrspass101.tansderrnllMesiMi. 1 . i-+ Mrs.. Penoyer H. E.: lUglund were cohostesses.Mrs. Vice presl- do roses, she said. I'OIMv( ): HAM[ ............................ Ib. 4<)tc"SuperRight" II""., With JAn Ibis orkPr rOll on purrhftM I lb. tine'of |7 I
Mesdames M. D. Argo, W. T
dent presided Country Style Pure Pork FKfiTOAKB IjUI.;: t
--. -- Powell the Founders and Walt Circle s W., Ivey Green of '1l.l(} SAl'SAOK( : ....2-1-11.. tag, COeRegular (....... .*.* lkr ...., *... Ie 2Jn I
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Cove, were visitors. Mrs. C. M.

Lowe of Doctor's Inlet, was alsoa l .. ...-.-...,*_wi_:.*."'t-P:- .. .".::rj. ..J.Jr..n. |

Ph ilco Automatic Washers Mrs.visitor S E. Hlckenon gavea ........"..._.......J.........
report on the course of I :: I: il i Kuui! : : : :

flower arranging Christmas and decorations displayedsome I 7f i.' d\ft ctra: PLAID Tsl' ::!

which can be made from things I i. N V STAMPS !ujU :
Totally! New For 1965 In the home. I"
Mrs. LaRue Huntley. project I {H With (Ih'. cocoon purchase, ., ( >
chairman, suggests the secretary ,j" tis DI )\ l J"!
write Sunlamd Training |! .I'HOIM)) l lest' l K: g:;

Center to get a list of things White ( ...... < tkra ". %... s M;1
lO-Lb. BoAr ;: :: w!
With Blades-of-Water ActionAn we might do to help. )rOTATOKHOolden ) : .. .. ... ... tie! lii:8n:1Isx:1I:1I :
Mrs L. E.welcomed Onann of Mid- Ripe 1t:_..>-......>..5........>.......:.HI....i.'"
dleburg was as s new
member.A UANAN'AS) : .............. ... .. .J.L.Oe( !
delicious luncheon I Western j ii"f: l1 :.:iiiiiI: 1
was Red Delicious
'utlrd.IIl'\\' to \\1I"h . swift of '
wirltiK currcndi tratiug
( any |IH'nl served by the hostesses to the AIM'LKS .................._........... .. 1,11. 1V!) l GdWI PLAID i
water! rcjilacoH), liarhli UKitutor/ IhulcM to wtmh clot 1l4'e St'l'KH: : rl('nn, 20 members and vUltors at the Fresh Juicy 5-Lb. Dag f! tA\I" .e1:
clone of the business STAMPS MiWith !
next meeting meetlnt.The will beheld (WAI'KFHUIT: : ?._.........?.............. :Xte .!" ::I
at 10 o'clock, December All Purpose 4-Lb. Bag : ell I. aspen' A punk*.. of H',
API'LKS . .. I .-, .: k ..1 .1 ,.
IT at the home of Mr II. E. ;Rk- I
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KXCMJKIN'K: ): HoM D.MiMo) be Haglund.our Christmas in This, will ex- Milt!-&- Mellow[ -Fight: /-O'Cl.HkCOFFEE I i i:1 (....... .1.-... .11 11.,._..,.. >... I. HII ;!

/ change of gifts and covered

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Hall 1'oinl 11111 mitt Wt wish to thank our m..vy J 1.11. :t J.I.h. r.1 1 (TWuiailllilaiaiIW
friends and neighbor for their 67c $1 1 95 PLAIDS
Solvt-H TV rrolJoiH e- expnwlon of loving help and HUI BIt$( !e. se .XTQ( .
sympathy during the lllneas STAMPS
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and death of our b lowed wit -- -- -
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of Off .
/ gptvUI! JaM Farker I.w. 8... .MIa .
w anti mother with Ikli "'.a1 A .. ... .t IIAe
,:' ')yt'lt's Including Mr, Charles D. Knight Sr. CHERRY PIE { !.... <',.P. (Ml '.111 'ali
rilll.CO Itnll Point 39f
and Family i MAIMIAKINK' ; :'::v
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; Soak I'yrlo. Sperlal! Jan Farlrr 5..p..s ..... < s MLe.11
Hnlaiuv Automatically . CUM .* Martto ,.& !..*. -f I a.,1eF51i1i

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to 1111111 11 t' . -- <

I" .; 1 CLEANING .p"vlal! All I1atf Jiffy.a.. Mr-

Any Load and ;'I;i I."rlft' I.iil and.. CAKE MIXES 449SHvUlt < 1

Counteract t Any .. Contour OI"'lIil\l REPAIRING _
I f. For KAKII: IAwJ111Q ::| (1M| Manila' Whole SpicnlPEACHES
Ct'AstANTIU \\ORK / Wtlk. Uo'. "' 'I A p.rkMM .f :
Off Ilnlamv Comlition anti ltt 5 : Instant .rotted il'.t :
Without Culllnir lift (,IUlht" I ._.._ .... tan '_ ,_. pe :
Let in rigors ,.....-. I
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We Have A Complete Line of Philco Appliances VAN NESS ,i SUMPS .H.:,'

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Orrr (bee apnea pasta 1. .erase tl 'i s..a le. at Mi:
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berths along the great piers. atruction has doubled the afar Community located In the present contributions they have returned with their families I The churches of Oreen Cove
Green Cove A City With the changing\ from a of the original building to 6conunodate town of Penney Parma J C. I and are making to our society and have settled In this county are being pressed to keep their

.. naval Community to an Industrial a growing congre, Penney, the chain-store magnate gives a framework to the to live the good life affordedby faculties up to the needs of a
_. community the city. .is cation and Sunday School. was a oimpressed with achlevmenU of future genera natural advantages, temp. growing population, having I
Of Many Churchesby facing new responsibilities.\ \ The First Methodist Church Uw abundant may of life, and tions. These are the people late climate and a l.ntI'l I complete programs for Sundayu
Several plants of national reputation la one of the largest churches the vast opportunities\ of this who have priceless memories, social atmosphere. well u throughout. .\eek.
spending their winters in Oreen have already located, In the city, located down town. area he built Memorial Home never to be forgotten r

The Rev, C. E. ran der Marten Cove, and It soon gained the and more will be coming New In the past few years it has Community, a group of buildings We are finding everywheremore
Retired Minister of The First distinction of being the "Tour. families are ccomlng to make
of French
completed a lovely new sanctuary Norman design and more people who are
Presbyterian Church lat City of Florida this their home. One of the I I and an educational buildIng containing a hundred apartments turning from bin cities to the PAY BILLS

Oreen Cove, with Its streets important questions in the and ls filling an Important and II chapel good life In smaller communities
Twenty-six miles south of lined with live-oaks, festooned minds of all Is: "What kind I I need In the religious life of Later the $1.000,000 Quadrangle to escape frem the strain Repair Your Home Reef Additions. Aluminum
Jacksonville: on mow draped with heavy Spanish mow, gave of schools and churchs do we the community. was completed contain and stress of cities Many of Siding, Roofing, etc! Consolidate Your Debts
banks of the St. Johns River, the appearance of a restful have here?" I I Sacred Heart Catholic Church : ing apMiunenta to mingle occupancy the armed forces personnelwho Into One Small Monthly Payment.
lips the lovely town of Oreen city\ but it was far from being The answer that we have has an attractive building1 In : More than 300 ministers were on duty here, haveORF.KN
Cove Springs. I a sleepy one Tb quiet, peaceful I good schools meeting high' a central location and adequately !. ministers wives and 1&)'. - - --- Free Estimates Phone Collect J5M38J
The town is said to have had atmosphere of the town begin academic standards; and our takes care of the peopleof leaders oi all denomalnatlons, COtE SPRINGS
its beginnings when live- oak to change; individuals and churches are of almost every the Catholic faith. In ad. art reared there. JACK SMITH CONSTRUCTION CO.11 .-
operations In this sec organizations began to realize denomination
begin ditlon to the above the Assembly Oreen Cove \is the trading $ W. 11th St., In. ria.
tion of the State. The site was new duties and responsibilities\ Early In the history of Oran
of Ood has recently completed center for Penney Farms, and
selected because of the crystal were at their door and in 194S Cove the winter tourists assisted I .
a tartly new building; we hathe opportunity of
clear mineral water running more than 500 ships came up In the organization of an
I I then we have the Church of having fellowship\ with thesesenior
natural the St. Johns River and an- Episcopal church. Services were BDWIJw.
from the deep spring
: God the Church of Church of cltleens in stores, on the SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTSHELP
at the rate of 3.000 gallons a I cchord. The river \Is about five first held in the Magnolia
Christ and Christian Science
I street. In our homes and the
minute. Good drinking. water, mile wide at Oreen Cove. Springs Hotel and In the homes on l..t
close to the river where the i For two yean the ships remained of parishioners untl the church Eight miles west of Oreen churches Klngflshera . 2t 10 YOUR HOME TOWN GROW !
Cove \
1s the Memorial Home The "lAdom. the past and
logs were to be floated was an at their moorings In building was completed. 8t I -- ------ Untouchables . 23 14
Important factor In those days. I the river until the U.8. Naval Mary's Episcopal Church stands Jokers , M 14

In the late 1870s and early ''Station was completed, then In a shaded location with the GIVE HER A GIFT OF FASHION I Drivers . 20 1.
IMOs. many tourists began !they__were moved to their grass covered lawn sloping to Professors 14 32 AT THIS TIIAXKSOIVIN'O( SKASOXWK :
the St. Johns River The build. I Champions 14 33

ing is unique and attractiveIn e'" Tlu} ro' arc nuin>' WJIJM Magnolia IS 33 : AT FIIJ.KKTOX'H: )
design now one of the tourist j
8-Balla 13 33
all probability the second By sting four from the ,.
: I : HKAirr: Balls the Kingfishers moved
church organised In the city
A wlioro In
war the First Presbyterian back Into first with a big four. Country we rnu worship n
YOUR PATROXAOK; MKANK Church. The beautiful white hilt l iionc 80 UlumouitiiiMai game lead. The Profesnors won Church of our. rlmiw . ,,,
frame building, erected with all four from the Jokers, with Rufus -
A GREAT DKAL TO US AW> 'rWK: cypress lumber stands on a .itII Tucker's W and Esther .\ frw li'Hj! tlohu Until l lust+ year' .

large rornerlarge corner plot t ( FT (OF FAS1I1OX O'Nell's 4SO doing the heavy '
(Own ( 11\' Yarn ( , .
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shaded by live-oaks and magnolias damage. High single went to
ALWAYS DO OUR nEST TO It has one of the love- \\'t! hnu i iJt'uM l >{alon' I Tom Durranee -. a 313 game Climate' Cmulitioniiitf.l
I fleet sanctuaries to be found
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have three Baptist f AM. I'rWIIASKS: or 'TIC'1'lIn''' All Womlorfiil Cimlonu'rw.
QUALITY AXI J) Y.I.U1THAT; YOU churches The First Baptist 1 mswlatra: ri/TirioisNnlto na.ll\ con
Church, the largest, located (UIFT WKAIM'Kl: KKKKJoy's : !. k r.k, .!*.* teal tie
11.\VIA; RIGHT TO J KXI'ECT.: down town has an adequate IIftd..I.. ...... asd.ra.. ..,.,,1.1....
.r 1 h>"., IIS.*.. a..... .( rinri.t )Don Mary IMtjl and Mike
plant for Its large congregation Aiu .r lilt win r.11.1.. ,
the Orove Hickory Baptist "lth IN. t'Urk' of Ik. Orrull1'nHrl
ALL PURCHASESGIFT In unit for 'Ur O uMr.Mttu .
Church. In the southwest Shop .! rlurl proof tit ",,"II..Ih.| n 0' lhi. ft..
ern part of the city, has equipment lli'.. Ik* rtrlitkHM MM ftMtimrlnr
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needs; and the Orange Avenue SIas.d N..". atllrhh.rer. ,
Baptist Church, In the northern 11.1/,15,11.1,10_ _..
HARRY'S part of town, Is a congregation
WEAR )Just a little over four

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I Minutes of County Commissioners' Meeting a Ii ". t,/,! '.. ,..oJ .

cur COUNTY Honorable Louis L. Huntley, State Representative, appeared ,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA and filed with the Board a copy of his letter of resignation ,...

November I. 1984 to Oovernor Farris Bryant, u County Commissioner, Clay
I o'clock A. M. County District No 2. Mr. Huntley thanked the Board members -

met for their put cooperation with him and pledged his continued : -
The Board of County Commissioner of Clay County
support and cooperation to the Board In the future
in regular session on the above time and date In the County
State Representative of Clay County
Commissioners) Meeting Room in the Courthouse. as '
Oreen. Mr, Ray Chance, Director of Civil Defense, Clay County, 1
Commissioner Marvin
The Invocation was given by
I advised that Clay County Federal Survey had been approved 1 1i
called the meetIng -
Honorable Marvin Oreen, Vice-Chairman, .
Mr, W. Cory Hale appeared and presented a Plat of .
end of the Chair
to order due to the absence resignation
Royal Palm Village In Sections 14 A 23, Township 6, Range 2S,
man Honorable Louis L. Huntley, District No. 2. Other members -
approved by the Clay County Zoning Board Motion by
present were Luther E. Wilson, District No. 1 ,and O J. as
Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner Oreen, and ,
Murrhee, District No. 4. Absent wee H. E. Moody, District No. &. ..
carried, to same.
After a discussion on the matter of appointing a new approve
Mr. Barnes Yonge, Attorney, appeared regarding road
Chairman due to the resignation of Louis L. Huntley, DistrictNo r U\\
closing for William and Anna Powell, as advertised on October
2, VIce-Chairman Oreen advised that due to personal
13, 1904. There being no objection from the public, motionby
business and the distance between his home and the Courthouse *
Commissioner Oreen, seconded by Commissioner Murrhee
he felt It was to the beat Interest of everyone that he ,
Murrhee and carried, to approve resolution of closing road. (Re: Part
not be named Chairman. Motion by Commissioner ,
of Klngsley Avenue and Part of'Adams Street in Rldgewood).
seconded by Commissioner Oreen, and carried, to appoint Luther
The Clerk reed a copy of a letter u received from Mr.
E. Wilson! as Chairman. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee,
Warner Hull, Editor of the Breeze, regarding the sample ballot I I.
seconded by Commissioner Wilson, and carried, to reappoint
form u advertised In the Clay County Crescent for the
Marvin Oreen as Vice-Chairman.
November 3, 1904 Election. Mr. Hull's letter stated that the
Chairman Wilson assumed the Chair
The minutes of the regular meeting of October 12, 1684.and alee of the Crescent legal was excessive as required by Florida
Statutes. Mr Oroner, Editor of the
the Special meeting of October 28, 1964, were approved Clay County Crescent
being In attendance, stated It was general practice to publishthe

as read.State Senator Charley E. Johns, State Representative A. '. sample ballot life-sized and to have reduced it to half size ''A Pioneer In Reforestation
would have made the ballot illegible, thus ; ;
J. Thomas, Pete Novak, Buddy Bishop and Tom Casey, all of I virtually defeatingthe
purpose of printing same, which Is to allow the voters a I "
Resolution 'j' .
Starke, appeared and requested the Board to pass a :
recommending that the Federal" Government establish a ,Voca chance to study the ballot before entering the voting booth

Uonal Training School at Camp Standing. After a further :Mr, Hulls letter war filed and 'a written statement of Mr. :w. j In Clay County
Oroner's was flied ss public record the
on matter. '
tabled until the Board
discussion on the matter, action was I I
had more time to study the request. The following monthly reports and letters were read I"'".a:,i\> .jt'
and filed : .
Two bids were opened as advertised for furnishing Pro ii', 1 '
pane gas to the Courthouse, Jail and Road Department, for Monthly report of County Judge, re: Pines a Forfeiture "' .,

one yea rbeglnnlng December 1, 1904. ((1)) Clay Products Corporation Monthly report of County Agent. \". ':" Serving The Nation With .

at 12,Sc per gallon. ((2)) Suburban Oas Company at 10,Sc Monthly report of of Home Assistant County AgentMonthly -: ( PINK PULP and PApKK PRODUCTS
per gallon. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by report Demonstration Agent
Commissioner Oreen, and carried,' to accept bid of Suburban Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent I '

Ou Company at 10.Be per gallon if new tank Is installed to Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health.
the Board' satisfaction and If not bid would be awarded to Monthly report of District Welfare Director; re: County
Indigent Fund
Clay Products Corporation.
:**. County Agent 'E'D. McCall appeared and advised that Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections; re: Inspection WK: UTILIZE ALL TIn; LOCAL LABOll WE CAN .. . '
reports Clay County Jail and SRD ,
on Camp No. 23.Letter
Mrs Margaret Nelson, Home Demonstration Agent, would receive
Secretary ; reI: Certification of approval
the-Distinguished Service Award In Washington, D, C.
of form of ballot for November 3, 1964, Election for Clay
Mr. McCall requested that Mrs Nelson be granted leave from

November 14 thru Nov. 19, 1004, and her expense be paid County.Letter ., . ,
by the County not to exceed 1300.00, so that Mrs Nelson could I from Duval Medical Center; re: Hospital Statement ,: :" Jfe tr'
Claudle Wilson.
receive this award in Washington, D. C After a discussion, I on .
At the request of the Director of Civil Defense
motion wu made by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
Murrhee, and carried, to approve the request. County, Motion by Commission Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner ', St. Marys Kraft Division
Oreen, and carried, the Board approved 1300,00 for i
Mr McCall also advised that the County 4 H Club Program '
for' the Park and Oreen I
Orange Cove Rescue
expenses Springs

would be moved out of the Schools and adult leaders
Units, The monies to be administered the Director of
in the future, under the supervision of the Agriculture Extension by Gilman Paper Company
Civil Defense, Clay County.
Service would carry on with the 4-II Program In various
Motion by Commissioner Murhee seconded Commissioner
communities of the County, Mr McCall asked if there
Green, and carried, the bills were spproved and Warrants ,
wu any objection from the Commission on this policy. There .'
wu no objection voiced.John's ordered drawn In payment of same, as will appear by
Warrant Lilts numbered I, I.A and 1-B, which Hits are hereby

adopted ss a part of these minutes much If
(IIptpldlp \ bgp6Wglitp9GIEIgIput6dlpa6ldlilpNtl111Nk1161pglglgla6t66pq! qlllpdqW\ as so as set out
In full herein.

Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner
Radio & TV Oreen, and carried, the Board adjourned to meet again
In t., 'oo' Of "-'
regular session on the second Monday In December, t.hatbelnr "
the 14th day of December 1884 .
Luther Wilson Chairman

AMANA N0HOK: API'LIANCKS: Attest! George L, Carlisle, Clerk Circuit Court.

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Exptrimcrd; fffnire On All. ,1rdkes SERVING: CLAY COUNTY OVEn II YCARS) County Agricultural

24 Went Walnut Street Oreon Cove Springs( Census Being Planned ,

Phono 28l-.1122:
Plans for taking the 1984 holders In the county. This
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census of sericulture In the will give farm and ranch operators

County have been announced required by law to nil \
by Dozier P. Forsyth, newl,. out the forms, a period of time -

appointed local census crew to consult their records and
leader. fill In answers. tto the questions. '"

The job will be done In three In the final stage, enumerators

stages Fonyth said, First will will visit each farm in

come recruitment and training the county to collect the questionnaires

'Ihelds'iHWslwasi .1eaay of enumerators to count ell\ At the time of this ': /, :If. t1I ", '

farms In the county About one vfclt" they will help farmesji ",.! \..
enumerator' for each 130 farms complete answers to any questions ' ,; '\\I "
8ulora will\ be needed. they may have had difficulty ,
Nest week, the Bureau of the with Enumerator visits

Census an agency of the US are scheduled to begin In this \

Department' of Commerce, will county on November 23 Enumerators .,
start the second stage by mall will take about three .
Ing agricultural census questionnaires weeks to complete th.lrork, : .

to all rural box- the t'l'fWcoadft\ estimates., IkCLEs
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LEO'L OTU'. a LEGAL: %OTll'. .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Th.. Btuwd of ''..untl' fomrata*
GUIDE AND FOHCUAV! \'Ul.'Y. .,........ ClaY) (\>uaiy. will' rcrlT. ..
rL*>RIUA IN CHANCKHY.: aald lOtti I.i uo ouDntlltrd" Good news for pntlont people. \
CASK NU' ..It prior lo 100 oi..k A.M, JJ..n.
THE FKAMiU.N< 8A\INM4 day, IXc.mbrr II. IMl, la Ih* '
BANK IN THIS: CITY OFNKW : YOKK. a corporation County, tlwa t'.... Jprlaja, Fla.

I FlalntUf.ORIFFINI/ .AU(t, or luuiu caniniMjiMj Lrrad, will for b* uaalj itrlp.p And ills of now Ilulrknnre on their wny, to DII.Jlrlll .

part* prior i 10. >al married woman ar btyixl ..>*a....1'.1 repair UM send your fnvorlle on It* way to you.
Df.ndanla. and ar. ill ... .r..ldui or ......P, .
MILBERGER NOTICB OK HIT .. la. ltiiu. iu.> b* \lw.l al
OF FU>KIUA Come In and order die Buick
TWIN REALTY THE STATE the <'alvaa.d.. City CmntjrHoad you want.
TV: ELLA MAY UKIKr'IMU. aaunmarried IWiwiimMit'' Uro n Lore
woman, Hlirina, H 'n I REFRIGERATION ll'Ma T. Xelk/ 1Sib '"..". Tao: Clai: t ?unty; ('em...... , N.w JeraeyYOU
All Legal emoareo NOTIFIED reserves ll. iaht lo rvfua any

SERVICE 'Opmt A. 3L,t.1 A. M. Realtor that a moil II.. been flied' ..u.., or L all Cbonm old '. i Hdaa. a |...*...
you la the abov cues and you I
0.e..t, LI.. ar r.auir.d lo file> your ....... eec, ii. liht IUIN .
& aENTALIf BALES this andto / IKJI| bell
with Ik Clark of Court
'Air. .('..*l... *... .It.,.*.*...... North ..1 Orao<. 'I' rk ..'v. a ropy thereof alma la. a Cra.h. Hr. Tr *h.alliil01L Ill
... .-m. ... plaintiff or III "10'".''. Ma
aT rrar* ACREAGE: -ft LOTS rhovfin "H> honey, Hadlaer ,.Ia....... and ,
1 8. PalmctU Street A...... National Bank M/N AII81lt ll
BOATS 4. I'acksl I Amtiulaara. .
JarkaoBVllI L Florida,
Home Phone I 4-'7S'
RwldentUl ConuDtctlalInd not lain than l>remhr I, I'''. S N IIII-IJM l lla.
'Bmtnew Phone 114-1511 If you fall an to do, k I..<.r.. I',, PaallM, Hrdan. tell l
i trial Conf..... will b. ......... aaala.t n/N r* rmioi',
Serving Greater Cl Coati you for the .I..t. .*.....
INLET' .MARINA y the Complaint. T.... malt .la Inforerloao M/N IIII4.'
TV APPLIANCE NoUrr hblle a nwrtaaf Th. re.lltN'o.I. t. Path I "Kit. Tra'li-r M..*nt.
ero-.d.d atnlnul ,la: nl M/!' IIBI44I.
non \(XK. Unit 1 .. arrordla lo HIJUIIII
w. Repair AU Grande Ottk MI-SMt Mai thereof recorded In Plat Ch: .vt.Hi| ritkun Trwrh;,
gcnrlclm Clay County SERVICE Hook 4, peas I*, nf Ih* curs ,I'M, H/N Urillall
Don. m-ws rent ,.ro..... of Clay Cvonty, I Ie Ualk I'mt Trailer Mnanl.Ml .
For Sixteen Tear BOATS TRAILERS Florida Tot'ther with all .. II/Nn.
Orange Park Ph. IU.IUS One,. AT. 8. at Bay SL .Irut'",.. and Improvetnanla 11. Tin Tump. Chrs.Ur,
now and hreaftr on ....d land: H/V lilt
'OUTBOARD RITAIR: SHOP Green C.T Sprtaf and all fliturri now or Mc.- It O.n.rnlor T/l KIS ISIS

after attached to or lined In IS I Ch'troLi. \ (pickup. 110.II. .
FULLERTOU'S II.,. 17 Orange Park ronnertlnn with th* preml*.. \tolt tln/.Ill 1111A1iota to'
h.raln drarrlKrd" and In .""1. fIMi '1'.I; *,i.i.i' i :
21 N. Orange Arc. Phone t64H.SS linn tharvto lid followlnad N 4II4I.I
184-4044 UUALO! ..rrlhd' hou..hnld. at>i>l'anpa. It O.nfral K.I Trailer
Green Core Spc. MILK DELIVERY *Sloh are, and .".11 t>. d.m. Mouni.MMi

I IN THE ("lItc"'rrI.ltT or In bo. riiturrt and a port of >\'At'.I""\" 1 HMJI
l'l.AYlI'STY., KUlKIDA' ih.. renlty Inlrrnnional Klip Track
'ADtIcMI 'PoedTmrnlUrtCA In Chane.ry Hotrulnt Ran** and Oven >lailrl till IN4
OLIVER C '"'A IlIlK. Arm Fan I. Klt,Va : WtMHH! Of ('n't''Ty
KEY'S l'l.lnlirr Pra.toVatr mater Moil.ICC .'llMlI OCII P \Kliii I ,. CLAY
DUtrib,"r ".. It CN'NTT" ..Inm" I
rLMUDA TRADERS ELLEN I'. MAItaH III.wart Warner noM*. d Wall Hv D.or"r I. ,'.,11.1.. r'.rk
lat.r Madrl fin Tin
Green 0 rc Spring.. 'Florid* All Jersey Milk h.rfendant.SOTI'M U I.lion Oil t'rumKlvrtromad 11.1If INI WDCAf1OR$5051CDVH
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''Anm. 8. OTMI TMHM For KU.K.N' /'. AlA IlIlII.tu. my hand and thr aralof IN THK .III'IIT t'". liT or And ,.0U.U..OIl I lie driving", .the Baryon wnlted. for.
t. Woodruff Road thl Court at lrn Cora 4 LAI 4 <>tkTI. KI. >MIUll '
TeL U4-U44 HOME.DEUVERY Ur.nvlll. Mouth Carolina nrlna-a.. florid III'. Illh day CHASl'ICKY
Ornnee I'ark'Blaedl.V YOU AltB HKKKHT NOTIFIKDthai .f Vlohvr A II 1111. No iM.4l
a lull ha* pn tiled ...1.., Court II.." NICK 1.1TO.NTIOI': l-Ulnllff Ml IIHII LOCAL AMIWMIflO KICI NUII AWTNOII/ID IUICN MAUI IH tall" AMA.
oad TeL 1ItlU1J8rkon'i1Ie CALL I..tln or M4-J1U rOIl In Ih. abov. .milled ".".. nKonnn r'1. rAiu.iMi.R va
lark of ult fourln ALMA JAtKUrSX LH-OSTUO
and you ar. h.r.b required" to ,
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BUndlnr-A OcrnJm'BA' LEGAL !\! OTICB'kOTUH arv upon kant and plaintiff ad.pulr Clerk "TIIIQ OK It IT
TeL T71H2Inv h.r.on your wr".." ..r...... 11.1. It I*. tll TIIK NTA1K OF "'IAIIIII'A-.T. Van Ness Buick-Pontiac Inc.
OK 11-10 ir any lo th. bill of complaint Alma Jaiktyka. Luou. .lro ,
T.MDB: IN 'A1fTTBINO Notice la glv.n purauanl In sold lull, ropy of whip l I.' I .h now a
la .nlr>d In Caua.Numlwrd You AUK HKIIKIir: NllTI to h.r..llh, THM 4'.' \Tr JIIH.r101 ;-
you an
Of VAtCEACCOCVTDCQ : llto, la th* nrcuil' or bfor Iferombrr II A H. I.... NT l' \U K.. .." FIKH thai. a ."It Ana .k..n fll.4aaaln.t 430 Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla.
r..un of Clay County ViolIda.In (ui r. ,.I.t muKlla you In the ...... .nllldnird ,
H.r.ln fall not dwr
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Cbaocory, I will offrr farM %. ill r.uaa. anal you'arm h.r.b cc-
|I. tk* t>roi>rrtr altuatvd In will |ho enterd aialnit I IN UK: ESTATE III" lo ...rI. uiwn plainiimItwn.r
flay County Klurlda di.wrlbd, bill you for of rnmplalnlTh lh. rrli.t |>r yrd! In th. ('1.'. J. ,'.,... .h.... nan,. and ...
l>.caad.ML d ra ari..., ""' '''''1. your wtlln
"i Iota l andl Action 4. Pat,, of .*ld lull pi-Ing .
n nsf.n.N If .
OK UIIAkUK I'AHK.arvardlnar hlrnrr.11'ITNKNM l ..Ir. I. b..h, clvra thaiIh. .f complaint In mall mil. rooy r
to ma p of land. l lIk my hand and Ih* .f which. I 1. d.llv.rod ,
"oJ ".d..I.n." ua h. 4ih day li> ,
KUHIIUA 1 WINTKK ) ( sal, of ald Court at Or*.* of November AU 10104.5 a ... ..lth, ..n nr Infers t__< R1\ g
XM. ro"* Hprlnn. florid. thin
final anniunllni of ".r artniln- bee II, A""M IMl
TAX SKItVIl'E; ( ; HAST, of record In l'.' K al pa.. I* aM pun la 1'1.1 11I..n I. 1'.,_.. ".......... and 11011. ....'...0 will l>* ..laro'l .,.1..,
Lute Kenney Owner Hook 1. at lute II of the Pub. lllttiiUIR U CAnMIUC. further alto ,,,., afar pub.Ilyllon los for Uo '.11.' | .UP. H.cordu of CUr Cl.rk of Orrult Court
"7 N. Orange Ave Green Cow fouaty.PlorMa. ,, I of till. liatlra'. r. bill ..f rnmiila'nt
. of <"la Count. rinrlda
ark week for fear TIIK NATI'MR
coa.eottr..eel. Milt
TeL 1I..nllPersonnlizffl at public oala lo Ih. bid. Ily Vivian' II. . .. annlU-allon will h. mad UKINU Fill' MTunCK.WITNKHM .. PIT
d..r for rash t... wnnm"rl > Clerk
A' *nuiy In th. HnnnraM
Services prowl dcMir of th* County Courtlieu. RlCnWICIC ANMCKHON. HIVKIt. THOMAN J .. .my".hand and Riverview Restaurant
In U,... rove IIpln... Attnrn.i for Plaintiff ( .onl, Jadia af (lay nf said < rl al Or.."
'ID.ArrountinlC' Cl 10" Counlv. Florida, "...Innln..t P, O. lint ..U'Ir..n Count. Florida, for approval of r0.. Hrrlnaa/ "...... Ibis I II
.aid orxaontlni andn, final1.Ih.rr. dav .f Nov.mhor." A l In .IM4,
II M A "1. on Frdiy, IMrembee Cov prlna Flnr'da'
& Tax of th. .n..n''..... mHALillW.IKir
4. IM4. fl., ,* t*. II.'. 1* ElM-alrlt a* (Oil) I MUrk (Vcok)
lU'tnrns, Maid aala .la ."bloorl) to ronflr- .f Mid **t.I.Itorothr I U rANI.IK1.IC.
motion br the Court. F.r II "...lIln.* n.rk C.lf'>...|" Coon lliglMay 17 \lIrlh (Ura','" (Cove l'rlnJl"'
ForIndividnaN Good .
./ NATHAN .KCIIRVITZPiwrlal a Printing Job A. Ri r.trli. nfIII lly Vlvlaa II. Pukoi
Ilaliness Firms & ,",ul..... .I Rraaanablt Frlrf* Call Kutal of ('I.... I. ".,._ I)lasr'lark
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Florid. The CUr Coyntr Criwnt Flnt ful.ll.h.A' Non |* 1'41. ".., far I'l.lnlllf.
11.11. III. 111CLASSIFIED 11.11/ll-l. II AIArN
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Jark.vkVlll*, Fund"
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WITH ....... ... .
4 -"" ..a alb.. rusher II. oil 'IMlllr droaMd.
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FOR NTC.ntrnleally lo- AadOnDECEMBER r..' .t l....... JIM I. All bill ., r.m|>l.l.l' FiMMMHl a Ik. .....,...

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I .. *r ...."/, for 4irr 0wiTsspa ,
tl4-MII after : 1 Lot. II" II lama. I 1_'.,* mr. lead and thoM '" lien., fee Ri: ...".
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.. d 11.l.. Harlaai. ".,..... Ihl. Mlk day -'-- .-- Motors
APARTMENT FOR Hear Sa.rlal Guest MOM |I. chirk a*****.* I, W of II.*...... A ,h IMl .. Spring
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Coarenlrntly locaUd. For InfomuliM -
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I' PAGE TWELVE (May County! Qlus, tnt
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BUD'S' GATE STATIONKEItOSENE DRINK has drained more TOP TAXPAYERThe , -. -., .' :

blood, largest tax payment JI",', .,
Homo Delivery Hung more crepe, check receved by Clay County 11
or -
Sold more homes, in payment of ad valorem! taxes -
U-IIaul It Service Available
Plunged more people Into was delivered to the Count
Phone) 2849250frallle bankruptcy, Tax /Collector, E. Wayne Oeger A tfe'n' d
Are. and Cove St. GREEN COVE Armed more villain, by Southern Bell Tele-
Slain more children. phone Company this week, The
Snapped more wedding rings, The payment totaled $42,-
Defiled more Innocence ltabu compared to a $40,-
List Your Blinded more eyes, 042.48 payment in 1663 It waa
Twisted more limbs, delivered by Jacksonville dla-
Clay County PropertyWith Dethroned more reason, trlct manager John A. Tucker,
Wrecked more manhood, t to Mr, Geiger
Dishonored more womanhood, Southern Bell Is the counI I
Frank 'W.l Brown Broken more hearts ty's larges. ttaxpayer.,
Blasted more lives, -, .
Driven more to suicide, ' .
And .Associates At
: And Dug more graves,
lUfbtered Beat East Broker than any other poisoned
IMS VA BUbway 17 OnufO Park scourge that ever swept its.
death-dealing waves across
I'beDe IU-'S' -

the world Kvangeline; BoothThis USE CHRISTY: .. The Church of Your Choice t

'I space contributed by
Don Pool'slELr.SEBYICI The Crescent to the Oreen Cove SEALS ,"

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Palmetto A Houston CODY, Oreea LATJXDBT Cere' i ends dunaay !
0,.. 14 Boon Srtry Day !

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", after'bowling, beer is a natural : ,0'. :' ,

After you've bawled a game or two,or w hen you're winding up '
.,- the evening the ncigtutorhood bowling center,h'l good to relax '. : This is sponsored by the
f. -e-- with frlcmli and compare tcortt What better way to add to the
port and the soclaUcncas than with a refreshing glass of beer??
I Ilowe\'u take fun beer makes welcome
you jour al\sai a
Where The Heat! Veojile Meet! addition to the party Green Cove Springs Yarn Company
Your familiar ghki of beer la slay a pleaiuraUe reminder that
I we I Ih'e In i land of pcrional f reedom-snd that our right to enjoy
beer and ale,if we MI tlcucc,it just one,but an important one,of
tin**pcrtonal freedoms I I
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In Florida...berr goes with fun, with relaxation

Tire Service
Cotney r,ft SU>1U WWTU tuft rUMlUA II .

Cora Park #King laekMnri'le' : .t'

Phones CV l-IOtl .r EV .....1 o f


--. KEPAIRINO I, Our New Green Cove Plant
Pram. the smalltal t. the URQK8T!
G In. and IT DIAMKTKH)( : : I
Distributor Miller Tires-Autolito Batteries I McCORMICKConcrete

\ I 1'rico $HI.OO tielivt rl'tl I our Yard, .Ma- I

andU'ORANQK, rietta on lr.S.! IK.lKor) t further.. information .

r'1 : PARK( '01 call I. K, Delllifii at I Company.

Sinclair Station Head. Service' 3V9.08tifi I : or :I. I.l711: l'olll'.t II I
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CHOP -- ,:I ra.olLlDA B. McCormick. &-,Sons Inc.

DOWN [ : 1:

\ HEATING ? I Ij Relax on THANKSGIVING "In the Interest of Industry since, J972"

j I BILLS Sinclair soU )

Level out your hemtlng coats. mn In th peak wtnur
months Change. now to Sinclair's Monthly 'rm.n' Man ?11014Thibault's -
that lets you spread paynenU om an esy, ronwaltntprrtod J
I No Interest or carrying chaw. We have served the people of Clay
SINCLAIR HEATING OH.''with RT>U.'" corroaloa Inhlo- Bakery
nor hflpa you cut down haUnt tills bee uw U fUhU tart
',t as>4 eorroalon |1... you mort heat eWMI' "heat per I
1 \V. 'II..t IL (leas SKUger1.ue
dollar n..anS < I County and Northeast Florida in vari-
BURNER BCRVVrt BPECIAU8T8: : Our oil burner amtr I II
men are atllM, prompt. ptnJaWt..
1IADJO DIS1'AT'IIKD: THt'CKor : W.OI" '.I construction
1-1-\1n I ITA. ous capacities since 1912.

: gnoK- ) SKUVICKoovxRmo ) : Nlaml'

IUDOLEBURO rcNNEYpAiuta ORANGE nocroRS?ARK mtxrBBXAIR .R' We now have in Green Cove's Indus-
AND UEADOWDROOK and .. "'aI/,, f11 !
G, : ltrweeiIei'Q I
OIL CORP. | trial Park mix
for WKlUUMiS.AXNIVKKS.MUKS: ; a ready concrete plant.
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