The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL 38-N'o.50 TREES COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA THURSDAY, nEt: '1: lInn: 10, 1964! 10 CENTS PER; -COPY -


County Gains A Mile Orange Park Wiggins Named TreasurerOf

.1 As A Matter of Fact I F High GrowingOrange L. B. J. Job Corps Center

Park Kith School,

mow the largest school in the
h tatty Projected for Camp Blanding
County, will require at least
For the first time In history Inaugural activities for the ... ". -
eight additional classrooms and
members are going to be boughtto
Governor and State cabinet '
1..41: : 10 additional faculty See Lead Editorial
This campaign promlM made by lint or
the people. wu a '
I ,.. .. Detailed proposals on the projected Lyndon Balnes
Governor-elect ) .,don Burns members next year according
Johnson Job Corp Training Center at Camp Blinding are
Following the Tallahassee ball on the evening of Jan. 5. ( te C F. Holme, principalThe to be presented to the Stale Armory Board next week,

there will be replica inaugural balls at Tampa Jan. I, Or. III school which Is now en This decision was "reached at a meeting last week of the
lando Jan. 7 Jacksonville Jan 1. Miami Jan. 0 and Pens l
Mlllnir six! Junior and senior Center Board of Directors, meeting for the first time In
cola .Jan. 11.TEach high school grades now hat a Starke Named by the County CommlMon. the Board are
of the replica bills will open wth a grand marchled rh 4 student body of 60, nearly 150mote ( la Mayor M. U Beasley and Q E Wlggln_Vf JQ'kone
by Governor and.Mrs. Burns. Providing dance music for than last w HrlihU and James T Norton, of Oreen Qrc\tVT
Balls will be Ouy year
the Tallahassee affair and the other
Wiggins, octogenarian president of ICjo&ttfJ Bank of
Uunbardo and his Royal Canadians. Slate Tree*** Jabs Manta Wwi the new hellion or Holmes Mid the area la Keystone Heights. was named t.l1'alur jnjy\JBoard.
During planning for the ball around the state Governor the Clay Ceenty tine en the Shanda Bride Until recentlythe growing ao fut he took In 18nrw Peter J. Novak, executive secretiN of ine Bradford
Bums agreed to allow the balls to be used to further county UM ended at the wet entrance U the ridge.It students In two days l laat County Development Authority w frVhabar-heded the

what he terms Y9or1d\ +'. number one responsibility, educa was arced ebeet a mile east. to the channel .( the 81 week. He expect another 50 efforts to have the center l kwatreSNT oi'tcres within the

tion. cholarship foundation ha been formed to handle John Hirer, after an accident on the bridge remitted 'In addfttonal youngsters to be rn Camp Dlandlnc preserve, said. a deOl dult} of 15 million had
fund raised at the balls around the state and outright $one eantlen at U the JortaOlrtl .( the Clay and 8t. rolled within the next two been put on the corporation set up tcrconstruct the center
grant .will be furnished to outstanding Florida students John sheriffs drpartnenta. rnewhtg the death .( a Jirk. 1hOntha. which would have a staff of approximately J50 persons and
from the proceed on a basis of need, the money going back Mnvtlle woman, wTMM ear plunged elf the bridge, Sheriff an annual\ payroll of 11,170,000 Approximately 1,800 youths, f
to: .student* In the area In which it Is collected. John IliD arrested llannai Meedy In' Clay County However When Holmes became principal a majority of them white, would be liven vocational train-

With :the exception of the Tallahassee Ball which is be WM *ab ee.rntly tamed eft'te' avtherltle In St. of the school four yean ago O. r.dwari Wiggins 'Ing.
student body comprised 420youtha.
.open.to all citizens of Florida, attendance will be by Invita John Ceenty, where he U MW bring bold en a charge ef The Board of Directors named Harmon P Morgan, reUsing
tion.\ The Invitation list will be made up from the receiptlist manslaughter becante the tragedy leek vlace In St. Johns Current projection en. Bradford County Superintendent' of Public Irutruc.

of those contributing to the scholarship fund. Realising Cnllt,. The new' neaten win simplify fctwre jertadlcUenai vision a student body of 1,400to Harris Breaks LIon to be fullllm administrator of the project which must
there will .be many large contributors to the foundation It ....u..... 1.600) students within the. be passed on by both federal and slate authorities.
is hoped that donations will average $10 per person for next three yean at the current Also attending the meeting were Robert Murphy Jacksonville .
those attending the ball rate of growth. Industrial' development and public relations
Watch Those Studies Girls Tic Vote InCommission j
-*- Boys) With a total present acuity whose firm ha been Instrumental 'In attracting IS In.lus- 't

Formation ,of Burl-Craft Knitters, Inc., a new division The boys fired even wone than usual this time on the of U. Including himself and tries to the town of Thomaavllle, Oa. within the put two ,
outer-apparel has been announced the school now ha* claaaea to the fact that Thomasvllle has a large vocational
\ for
circular knit fabrics According to A. D. Duck, principal\ there were 14 girt
by Ely: SCallaway, Burlington executive vice president. and only eight boys on the latest roll Issued last week. with M many a* 4] itudenU, training school and he emphasised that the presence of a
he The way was opened Tuesday Job Corps training center at Blending would greatly" benefit .
Limited production will begin in March at existing Burlington While studenU at the school follow the tame general pointed out He said he
plant facilities In Burlington N. C. This 1s the curriculum, they pursue their .studies appropriate ability would need at least one additional !- night to make available for both Cay and Bradford County effort toward Indus'trlallMllon.
company' .fourth major expansion program announced In level teacher next month.He rental some additional housingat .
groups. the 'Industrial park when Novak said. the estimated coat of the center, If eon-
recent months. The following eighth graders were on the honor roll:
wool attributed much of lieschool's Mayor Marlin Harris voted to strutted entirety. by contract would be 14J37.IJS. Ill point
Burl-Craft Knitters will utilize and the newest
Ann Arrant. UM Bentley, Unda Sue Cole, David Doan,
specially man-made fibers to produce distinctive circular Himel growth to the dnel.opment !* break a tied vote In the city rd out however, If trainee at the renter were used In some
Kathy Paul Goran Fault Jean Helllgan. .
of Meadowbrook Terrace commission. of the! work, a total of( "I. ",100 might be saved from that
knit fabrics for selected markets In women's nut men's outerwear -
Karen Harris Pat Hodge. Barbara Layfield Rita LrBlanc, .
which I II In Urge
a measure Mayor Harris cut his vole figure,
includingwomen's sportswear, suits dresses, costa Charlene McCall Lynn Martin Johnny Owen Jesse Par
occupied by families of
and men'i tportacat: and slack, according to Victor J. her Patsy Peterson Sarah Peres, Ricky Robinson Debbie the military with City Manager Bon Zellner -
Lombard!, who has been named president of the new Burl- Bloan, Doug Todd and Mike WHnam! and City Commlaaloinr UwardB. :
Taylor after a lengthy dls- I
Craft ffnvrny. Seventh graders on the roll were: Oath' Burke, Kenneth
Hunseker. Pam Johnson Lynda Klrker. Robert Martin. cuealon among the commissioners Treasure Hunter Held For
Admits on the queatlon of ,
Three mobile home: corporation rib headquarters In Sarah Petty, Ann Simons, Kay Stone, Diane Swanson andCheryl Boy available housing for nwcomrs .
Garage Park bare been chartered bytta state, according to Wood. j
.- to Ureen Cove..
-.' MUrdcr Hc"'WoJIj"j\
an announcement made this week'by Secretary' o( State ..... 10 Burglaries It WM pointed out that ex.eept ; 'Sar (
Tarn Adam. Mathsul Mobile Home Salta;b.. aO have the Smileef for the housing at the Industrial .

suns Incorporators and all are authorised share of com park there I Ia virtuallyno Kill Victim in Hell
moo stoc kit 1100 par value tncorpontor of all threexnpenies Ten burglaries In Oreen .rental property In Ore.n Again
are Harry C. Elrod. Jr.. and Matin trod both Cove were solved this week Cove
that would tit suitable for
of Orange Park: and Anne I. Foreman of Jacksonville. y Y'.Y when a U-yrar-old boy confessed executive personnel moving 'Into Jack Bell erstwhile treasure hunter told authorities In

-*- .6 to Sheriff John Hall the area with Johns-M.n. Ark na*. where tie U. being held for first degree. murder he

W. J. Wilson\ ... Mary Largaod, onetime Green Cove w The boy, who netted in all villa Corporation or any other killed .because. his victim had attempted' s trim *galn*|

resident, are being sought by Tracers Co. of America lift the burglaries only a small Industry that might move 'into nature on him.
Madison Avenue, New York CUy 22. They are among 10.000 amount of money and an Meortment Green Cove.Tli Hell .he aim arrested by Sheriff John Hall In Middle-
burg late last month b being held I In the wards f LelanatMrFaO
stockholders sought throughout the world for large .
corpora- of goods WM released' only Johna..n.n.. employ -
who In 1141. WM eanvUtod ,f eland. degree murder
lion. In order that they may receive unclaimed and accumulated by Juvenile Judge Thomas J now In the are.. Flank
dividend check, cub surrender value and other River to the custody of him nark who I le supervising eon' and voluntary manslaughter
interest due them from stock purchase made f' i and served II fears In in Arl&I
many year parent until till ran be admitted ilrurlton of the eom.n, I
ago and apparently long since forgotten This hug task to a rtform sthuolReaidrncr mulu-mIlUon dollar facility, la tbl urn "penitentiary. ,
ha been assigned to Tracers Company of America, of New 'living In Orange Pork all arrived In Oran Cove Y
York City. entered were With ...JOt IlirrU casting about Nov, I and spent two

Mall to these -io*stockholders ha been returned by thoM of' Luther Ihoa en. N.. P the deriding vote, the Com- n i week hunting beforl he was
the Post Office marked "Address Unknown" or 'Removed. C.khpc"T1..Im.- Kirk land. mission agreed to rent a Purser +a picked up for parole vtolaton. I

Many of those sought are probably deceased and their Mr. IWulah Lau, William II on a month U-monlh basis to According to the August
Glover, Mr. M Kord Clia. Mrs. (CMU Advocate, MeFslls d*.
heirs donl know that they bare a legal right to fund TretUMu< etnwUral' tl fee the '' .an. JanaMaavilte Chart. .* D Waters recently
which hare been Idling for many ,..n. Tn....&. ......... pi*. facility at Or*. f.... T J Jenniiva, II' and Wayne nam"< manager of J. P heads ;' ; .aplUtod body was found late
Tracers Company specialist In finding ill son of ab.....M gel underway by Ike end .. this ..nlli according Orlger Ford Motorama. .In October: rtoaUn I SI the

mlaalng people for 40 year. U trying to complete! this Job I* frank C'lar\.I.I ,..u..t ....1....,. MII h speretlsMtolrM The boy, who was picked up The Commission vofd to ad White Nlver near Augi u. I
by December 21 prove stow rweUred st the site. Clark said awe than by IVuly Sheriff L A. Bmn, rertue for web. 31 enlbudmen's Jam.* Montague, Augusta f
According to Tracers there are over million lost halt a ... ef .**. prrtmlrt ditch. have streedy been deg, alao ..ld he had broken Into' quarter st the Industrial constable. was quoUd<< then a*
stockholder In America aho do not know they have more I* Ik. WM future. lie br.f .iMleMrtal .eels NN lass the flower shop of Mr Joe perk, The minimum bid accept. saying the victim was dressed
than 1300.000.000 coming lo them. Many forgot about their eel IIM feet ef MiMlrerreead fin sad ester Mars eta M O.>f>*r and the garage of Oo* able will be $1,100.KpyIr04g ,In a T'thlrt and a blue. denim
holding during the lean years .when no dividends were I". Uwr Martin g work shirt and while short
paid; other arc unaware they Inherited+ them; UU other ,; Appareiitry. the man WM killed.
threw then Into silk trunks and cellar chest, considertr ra"'T.aUI and then the body created a*
them worthies (Mtn.ni to MUSI-NT there warn na blood found tot
Rivers Report CitesTrouble AHTKir; or .aIIlTH". ;'
V AD old securities, back to 1IM. can be checked and many UM ilothln Thle.. pro6.*4y
are worth money even If the 'leaving company bra been The Fsllh I rr..ftrWtan' don U k*.9 (he IftlseUn Inside the stom* h end to allow
liquidated or ha changed Its name. More than 1.000 per Church will present an erlelnalC '. wets .inside the .body. to keep it from heating There wn
sons In the put few' year, hare received' sums roving In Middleburg .allrl.* of ChfMm *r. he eats In the Mtilitg

from |U to 14400 by luring Tracers research oM **' untie ranged by Mrs.. W A Wallace. Following San return to AI__...... Tic Adveeato reportod .
prertoualy! considered worthleea. Another JOOftOO stockbolden ea Mundiy Kvminf. t>*.. II si he goes a eemvUie' renfe.slen lo the eutaeritie/ whcame :
were found by Tracer. ea assignment* from eorp- Trouble In Mkidteturg.* coroner's ......... .h.. bn. receive ever 1,31 pm. her .to pWk Ms k9 "about 10 Mile* eat ef Ovary
ration and recoiled &la 1 diatrtbutton ef dose to I1M.OOO. Thee words were Intoned Uet work by tKe body ef Hiram ftnrvH. who they re. The untWMl I ftsliviiy. *j.nt Cere" .
the Rev. Oorden Craig at a awtlnsi of the ... lilted shot bullet
150. wt by or In the mfAoat dasher of the Aeeordlnf .. Th A4ve.*to:
Juvenile.Court Molt Board. through UM wed hw/ch we* fr*.M *r>d pre tMt Ml MtFafl letam Mjuln4. la Hewpert (Ark.i
Met .IC...... Mr*. Hirri It**. ait-. .It i II evtdrnl that rtvtl .law In UM o *. pored ey Ur Wallace ... 1 year said a hall, age MePftH went to MMhliaa. InJitne

Dunbar Marches tint a* County aupertntendtnt *4 Publi.. InetrwUea. lion of the auu le not enfertH by the TM Fsllh I Prssr'evhn ef IM year to week to the frail ......... Sell Joined
inures M M h0tiU .* and that\ three hi antMiflrrenre OMIt,.. II lecatH on n..... 11n. him si nartAswd. Mtavt to week with hint fro there they
1 rant believe ""." added Mr* CBf ford to UM p wiK e *cwtkMi ef IMke '..- w M. ..Mcnq and. K"*.... went to "...*.... 1A4, whete they worked In the Morgan
Oetter, a inmArr ef the lard" PMIefa1.Penyor.
ItKktim Ctamgmny,
f **H. AeoaKtne repert* murder KMee tmy man's he... e4 JI'OPrf1f.- Mr. II ....... On Ortober I |hey {hell Indiana for florid! to lather
I *) ........ sed there fe In the OM ly, Cia>. eoeiUfteyd. *.. wed .. fef., II depend.d ). ' .-- entire Their Mwitf. sod a wed. *l Palo Cupu. the
"aa .iMbf f crenee to UM prompt' eawwtien ef M ogr. preat4 and. effUwrrf Moaagstio-
laU .... Oe-
ere* ** III they returned .to Atll. .
i the low.. Mr. Craig told f00w *.*.*. ., IM ef rtvfl fee and ami*** UM mH M if Murrlicc Unit Sited ..... U. The slopes the fa...ie- en Highway IT ......
the *... eeenerMd .. sntrtrtow **M4toiler Clay CouMy. tau ......... awMre. t* Into
SU a Jc Mfth ef Clefeedesv Abed I aja, the lee gel
the a.,.tr.r*.U4 po>. W h... e Censn Wing the >.niHf stor* ef thai ad .. Xartise.nOtury Diehard, Murrn* *. Ca*. a fWM n4 V0 UIM Ifcftll who a tire tool Then .ke out

tfOof.tMt ax.*ur.s ell he to k ...!**) VAR. I II avMTft.., el the off KM ...*. wMh amaa, sew, sUhed his atomaei and
CM-tAa .** eactatSMd. Mr. lay. It r ..... .,.
M/e .jid.hM tndIt Trey .- . ...... ri>0-4 |)te hasty I*) tutN.TU *..
\ ,. that Ir.. Oraeera. treMve-htjnUa '*hm 4M *a tfeta *..*..' | htvUT thel / Iota. Arwy yl.s.nve.wbkh M Uw k dy .. the hub seal ef Ih* ..rv! drove
yddy eua *l ..,.., t..*/4 eeVudng dad M WM II UH ....: UM wort r.'.fv.4 a Will .MwM *t4h .M all stay well akmrf I pv when he parkedwdnHMM

oNo." UM reerve4 faltwf eared lie, Mrs. land ............ .-... r.......*. U>* IM ..... UM WUte. ** erMee.. near August. Belt
1.... *UM act Mier to .... bn eeevuu4 ,...- aaal Mr 0.... IwyMy bun Ukea eftIC ssmoleMyo If .. of fleef 4ed IN lab, h..... te feel. sew and knife .In UM river
by t.. mtm: en AnfcAaM aWwrad aB. r* *. (Me a4 *sn*.r, T4 .he......... InJvr S.V.MMI*| In the tt A ., R+. and deer te ..hIA.., where he teenl the alibi, a| the
saaa aii. ..4 0..***** Ins The SHUT I* ...-4 to II B servo Ornrars Aenimli i. ItwAff fuel Ctrty Ite aril aorialrw. "IJ drove to the

"KMer Mud wf ......- pedaled: UMgrwv M ... .tnt *f nag CWrfy wwi etfhee Ted k.lt.fe0... ........rt. ft***) erU*. between ftVtaaley and Man Plant and

.i In sjeeamTl .4 ..... l,ww MMMWM.|> ft I II HM4 eyed *4 MAO. J.,...... Nal bvraeJ Mf.ir* Mhe..* and the Newly. *uUl lie went back
M read gee UM reperv4 Mr. Craag by C4 Mss ...*..., mm*.***..* OAnay Uri ...14 ,.... 144Jam. M. ftVtatief sod went. ID* alibi' ef UM'- Itth and] feft ln.,
al. A**] bered.It ; Hf< ......... ef C.tf rtold*. eI M.A .. It Of._ lit 17W.NwarM emit day lot liT JlIU" rte, when he stayed about a
i Ore ef.0.... (.CVe aswUI .-..!eve lae .......,. faee. Mal revetted UM ***. brf ******* He WM ..e ef rvneVMavori J.I .-. If JoU.atf.'e No eg W(.e gx>*,.4 to Or***) Cove *Vr1no.In '
Lassiet ..sb ......... imraehag L..... ... cog I..w.i w r.e prM... ftrtH H Clay CtaeMtjr, eM Ami taws tr....-. ...... 01"'"" AssMlaen J.d. a IHMT to The Mount rU/Un V Walker editor ef

i W. 1 r.ssl ...... 'De h..Isgsteel gar agar.a .. gw Mss kobd. red lied/ Ant.e3d SAM .user to her too ...... s* the. ro......,. ...... .K....f The Meats. sold *vr. swefieeiwi" ..*..... a* a startling
assess...1 ,........ ..... ... ......tJ M ........ .ad. a tae by UM eae ef DMtMe. sea UMar Missal c .io ss .... ef ".,.... Th coot MerrtMe to ear W II IWPfIM to eve. .

feed ter (be UJaje. sewgTM* e4 Gems ........,. M >*.me* *r have a ,..w.. e< UMAn > bus WM M1 MI WI *f UM tinge ef CsxenOTaieata effkwe aeWyuM to use. *M|. ."ou/ I IkM*. ... baud ef hJ. bMk ground; M root. a
I w V aeeswdaiK Itarstra. ........ y.........< Io hI#. J beet ..... ICsjeitoiwd en ,... 22 Ji4J

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ttresccuf l '" about applying "There is one way in whi,
( (( "who don't care i iX
flUay Eounty 1 i. fiottibfter : Are You eT)ptcal''? the gospel to anything but am a 'typical' Baptist I eiphaslze '..

WHAT 'it iooo i : spitting and dancing, have to "preaching and ,u I
DUNCAN by pVNCAN GROXER* : I I ei' '1 !; be the ones who are called typi Scripture No Baptist reviva.
: *" ) cal. 1st ever gets more red-necked,
ELIZABETH LEONARD The Ret. Dr, George Howard
sweaty, and thumps the
PUILIIM" EVERY The Oreen Cove City Commission spent a great aeal of The early Baptists, says our pulp
more than I do. I shall ,
time last week In a discussion about whether or not to rent 'typical church people because un-typical Northern preacher 01
GRKN another of the officer's quarters at the industrial parkto that was the very thing that wanted the Oospel to be understood day overcome this 'typical' tinby t
Ood' Grace, but In ...
$ a newcomer to Oreen Cove. seemed to be crushing and stifling by everybody, and to see ti
IOM ClMl meantime at least X could ,'
The Commission voted to rent one of the houses now the powerful spirit of Ood Its relevancy for every phase < I
: unoccupied and theoretically ear-marked for use by some A Baptist free and responsible of life "There I I. no haven as some credit for being a typicBaptist. .
0R fRAn 'N .
TWO VI8ARI It of the Johns-Manville people who will be coming in durIng to God cannot be 'typical', safe as that which is singled
the next few months only after Mayor Marlin Harris r forming part of a group of with cliches and grown over "I'm glad, if X am not tyi: .
cast a tie-breaking vote people who are all the same" with deathbed stories poems cal because that Is why I s. ,
The man to whom the house wu rented agreed to get n He recognizes that in other and pious ecclesiastical language a Baptist, to try to avoid ben, '
out on 30 days notice If some .Johns-ManviUe local execu denominatioN there 1s diversity which has no meaning typical anything.. God is sIng I
No one can Live wants It. and Independence. "The for the common man. It has me and helping me to ii I'' I
County Commissioner It seems to me the decision . and the discussion . early Baptists were characters always been and will be. that myself. In fact my prayer '
and O. E, Wiggins beg the basic question that faces not only the City Commission ," he says. "None of them as long u sermons sound like you is that you become less /I' '.
to the board of but everyone in Oreen Cove. The question is what were typical . they steppedout the old day . people will be less typical and more and moro
Johnson Job Corp will this man, who has been granted a temporary refuge, from the rank of the typical quite content. Early Baptist your true selves. Then you a :
leading citizen of do when he gets the heave-ho to. make room for someone and wanted to be counted like John Smyth and 'Tom not only be better Baptists but
County'communities else DR. GEORGE HOWARD .Individuals This 1* also true Hely were brave and courageous you will be better Christian
tenter I II located at Bome of the commissioner took the view that at of the people of the Bible. Notone individuals who couldn't And. a* an old-fashion
But why June T, Magnolia Springs there art plenty of apartments available I have a Baptist friend up of them is like any other, tolerate being 'typical' Chris Methodist, X say Amen to .. :
chosen a lawyer to and one of them even went so far a* to recite a social North who is Just as gloriously\ and the more Christian they tians." that I
this Important I roster of local celebrities who live there The implication independent and outspoken a* became the more individual
Anderson, James wu that If Magnolia U good enough for some of our local the editor of this paper! and free to be themselves, they
J. C. Sapp, celebrities Richard Oordle, George Owen, etc), it'. good In one of his recent Church became . I suspect that If '
Norton U widely enough for any stripling Johns-Manvllle may send In here.It publications he say: "People there Is such a thing as a typi CHOP
the unhappy fact U just ain't so. continually say to me, 'You are cal Baptist or any other kind Sinclair
of the local Oreen Cove offers plenty of rental property, But the not a ,typical BapUat.'.Some.. of typical Christian, it is be- DOWN
foolishness but haven't hard fact la that Johns-Manvllle's only employe In Oreen times they mean It as a com- cause they have been con-
Norton U already Cove now is living in Orange Park. It would be tragic for pliment, sometimes as a com formed to this world and are
veteran service our merchants, and for our hope of growing If when the plaint. But to me it Is alwaysa more Interested in 'fitting in' HEATING
small claims Johna-Manvllle people come Into Oreen Cove they face compliment I don't think with the guy next to them than
another salary the \ the 1I0b on'I choice of renting or buying In Orange Park. there should be such a thing as they are in assuming their BILLS SinclairLevel
be that much leas This means that they will bank in Orange Park, buy their a 'typical' .Baptist. It sounds uniqueness\ under Ood I"
It may be recalled groceries In Orange Park buy their gasoline la Orange paradoxical, but the, reason How wonderful it would be
nection with the Park, and that Oreen Cove will. !get only a fleeting glimpse why X am a Baptist 1* because It we could sit under this original out your heating cost even In the peak wlnt-i
something u follows: of them, as they drive through on their way to work. there. Is no necessity to beyplc&1' preacher each Sunday month Change now to Sinclair' Monthly Payment Plan
.Norton, examining It X am not mistaken the Federal government has taken \ ," morning I X guess he is not that let you spread payments over an easy, convenient
minute book: "There the position that it has something like $4 million invested Then he goes on to say; "We typical because he tries to period. No interest or carrying charges.
very well. That is In the Magnolia Springs apartments that so long a. one came into being u a denomination think. He doesn't want to be SINCLAIR HEATINO OIL with RD-I18R corrosion inhibitor
Question:. "Have ) of those apartments remains vacant the federal lending . because we wantedto committed to the pat answer. help you cut down heating bills because it fights rust
Norton: "I got a agencies will put up no money for additional housing In be free to obey the Holy "I just don't see why mod and corrosion gives you more beat, cleaner heat per
And later: Oreen Cove Spirit. We didn't want to be ern-day Baptists he say, dollar.
Question: This, If X am correct, is about as cock-eyed as most BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner service
hear or engage In Washington edicts and unless Billy Matthew or Senator men are skilled, prompt, dependable
O. Oroner one of the Smather or Senator Holland can Denude the director of v
convict T"Norton of our destinies that Oreen Cove Springs cannot grow -4@ PRINTED METED DKL1VKHV> TICKETS:
: "No, Sir, I unless we have modern, attractive houses to offer to people \ RADIO DISPATCHED:} TKUCK "'
vlct. Is b.T"QueaUon who move Into the area we won't : "Did you I am not for a moment downgrading Magnolia. As in ; SERVICE: PLAID
ment that he was or all such Federal military projects, the apartments there : : I:I ;; COVERING- StarnI'll
Norton: "Not to m .. were constructed si temporary wartime housing and tho ORANGE PARK'--

Defendants' au rne architect employed for the project was, X believe, the same PENNEY FARMS DOCTORS ,INLET
Question: man who Invented the telephone booth. ':'
you ever personally The eye-soring old St. Elmo Hotel has recently been ..' ,;t." kvL SURROUNDING AREASCLAY
family?" purchased by Dick Beseler and R. D Walker and X understand .-
Norton: "Did I that the School Board will mike delivery in the near .
,1 Question: "Did you future Dick Deader told me the other day he hoped by the . A l visit I to OIL CORP.
veillance of Mr Oroner end of February the monstrous shack would be leveled. This I
,. sequent to the filing of Is prime residential property and with the right terms at CI.EO: iMJltSOX'S) () HEAUTV SALON OLIN IIOWAIU) WALTER: O. ODl'M I

'\ I No answer' Cached I believe ten 120,000 to 123,000 house could be sold Lju.-Si-Kii.iA Hotel) Own Cove Oeneral Manager President
1Th.. fact to that like the proverbial' hotcakes as soon as some of the JMpropl Phone 214-1171 For Appointment PHONE J: 2G49548CHRISTMAS
his attorney'that \ ( l. move'In.
ton) had documentary But because the Industrial park belongs 'the City, X i
record before ha came UI&i.submit It Is the Clt,'. responsibility to see that there la
could not elaborate adequate housing financing for any Industrial tenants who
He ha never produced may (occupy part or all of the property
so Invited to at this
Furthermore Norton .
by the police In the
Oroner hone rffr tn fIle 3E iit0r

Whoa errand boy V
The Crescent thinks \
To The Crescent:
of high-minded public .
position. I received the attached letter from the Director of the
Stets of Florida Hoard of Park and Historic Memorials. j
This letter give some interesting Information about the -
Magnolia National Cemetery, .,.. ; -:: ,.... .. ..
A I am writing letter to my good friend. Dr. Samuel ( .....1. ... :'...". '. . .. :
Proctor, of the University of Florida. He I II an authority on .' -.I..:.....'\. .. .. ..;: .\ ;......;; '..

The County's new Civil War history In the State of Florida and la. X believe, e
Jew P. Tynes, got off editor of the Florida Library and Historical. Commission /
appointments publication X am sating Dr. Proctor to write to you and
The designation of furnish you with Information or assistance. that he can,
Supervisor of . and I hope this. prove fruitful l "
succeed her aa principal A* Is pointed. out In this letter, the Federal Government tilt ... J 0 EXT YEA ... :r
Indicate. ),Ir. Tyttcs U has no JurisOcUon! over this cemetery, ; .
OJ '
talent we have D, R Matthews, M. C.Editor' ,

We understand ( Note: The following excerpts are taken from the Join Our 1965
A. D, Duck, one of ::
teacher letter referred to above and signed by N E. BUI) Miller, J :
These are director of the State Board of Park and Historic Memorials M1
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nity which has, on I
.should have chosen "We u".s.ntaldhll cemetery' I 11 located. between oneanet't" . .
nibs' north of Green Cove Spring, and that It '. ,
la surrounded. by a Federal housing project that was built SAVINGSBaiik I .
Hats during World War XL U contains some 300 grave of both
./ Union and Confederate soldiers who fought In the Battle } CLUB
of Magnolia Spring Record of the Clerk of the .
The students end Court In Clay County show thai th property Is owned by j
Indeed all of Olson the Methodist. Church not otherwise identified but the \ .--- -...... _-. ,
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homecoming parade Clerk believes It Is the Jacksonville District of the Churth" .,. -- .
No leas than three -.. v e. .;: .. ,
It war done In a sense (Editor's Note: According to th Rev Cordon Craig min ,.. ..
What' more! U a later of the Flnt Methodist Church of Green Con, theptopterty .a ,
tn any of the eiceJtont ls In the same of the Methodist EpUropal Church
cern U. II I not In the name of the Methodist Episcopal Chunk.
Rats off to Ut* \\ with which Mr. 0.1,'* ronaretsUon was affiliated I
community. prior to Itn However Mr. Craig told The Crescent the ,
property fClJ" declared abandonned aad neat June the
Dtstitet Hoard. of Church Location and Building of the

l Whose Jacksonville D-ttrWt( of the Methodist Church would de. .
Over UUe to in. property to law Bute Board of Pare and
HUlorto Metsxwtala U that agency will accept title and It
Readers are ..- some actto lo restore the hlatorie cemetery as a SUM.
column on this page f< park. Xt Is now cared for grain by Warner Kmona. maa- OfGreen
Spring cemetery now .... of the klainolu Rprlng Apartment hkh surrounJ y
Church. the man celw tery. However, venal have stolen an but JJ
,As y pointed out I of the grave Markers and two .large otoUaka. have alms
t th First Methodist ..." taken a...,.) Cove '
when the property was : Springs
Gordon Craig, minister
: can be deeded to UM .. ) Lit Tour -..
property>> U a Valid \ IIKST: Ott.\CIOUS couirrKors: SKKVICK:

Tl>. grave of the Chy County) Property
i soldier who are burtod ' ; Tie fenfWWwl .*V l ffffl Raft Q24..Yil
?, Oren Core Methodist "" ll't/A

car of Uw property and : ,..:r t 2'3.3kICorgfrva.
Springs apartment has Frank IF. Brown

the circumstance*. -or-
I, The fad remains Lad AsnrtateatifMieed
marker and st .least & 4,DOS.1rW !
ingle email gravestone Estate fester -
Battle of Magnolia IM CLJ. Br.**.y H .,..sags 1.MJ FI /"/(*
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I M H C & Penney FarmsReporter i 'w -t.. 1 Young Poet I Clay Hill II I II I WORLD'S FAIR WONDERS

.. Ten-year-eld Paula Jean By 1\1ra. Howard Padgett
MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS, Phone 529-mt j. I
t Wibon, who lives with her Phone 289.4132Church)

Fifty-eight members of the foreign countries as well, especially the. Rev. and Mrs Raymond: I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs News
MYra Morton Bible Clasa held where there has beena R Gregory attended a meetingof I r Ernest: AMbon. at Virginia Seems that tome of the people I

their annual meeting and disaster In the 204 years the Greater Jacksonville I Ullage, has been writing poetry I were ovrr the flu and colds I When, you ',* ol the Fair ...
Christmas party In the churchon which Miss Benson has spentat Area Alumni of Franklin and since she wa aevrn.Paula !; Sunday and back in church I It from the air. Star with I ho

Dec. 1. Mrs Mabel Crosby, Memorial Home Community Marshall College at the Thunderbird who Is In the fifth The attendance tent up to ntha" Monorail end 40 Pat aboveground
suspended from
president presided 37,000 garments have been contributed Motel Dining Roomon grade at Charles, E.: Dennett> : ', better from (nut Sunday I 4,000 fool loop Structurol r

The devotlona Mere led by the Expressway The speak! ." School to the daughter of I Every one hurry up and stol end revolutionary now
Mrs Earl R. Brown. After the Fourteen members of the er for the occasion was President !Mrs hissed Little Her most : pet well and come bark to I welding techniques mode this

singing of "God Rest You, Women's Chorus accompanied Keith Spalding who out recent poem follow: She U church. I )5 "million ride and many
Merry Gentlemen passages on the piano by Mrs Thomas I lined plans for organizing a shown holding the subject | Christmas Program ether WorW'i Fair Wonder

of Scripture relating to the Cleaver, beautifully rendered : regular Alumni Club In this her moat recent' poem her I I The Clay Hill Baptist Church potublo, ,
birth of Christ were read. A several Christmas carols area grandmother's button box will hold the Chrtntma pro- ,'

child was looking at the picture The Class contributed to certain I which weighs approtlmatcly 1 ."December 11th at 7 30

of his absent father, and worthy projects in whichit : Our Art Students and Pa. five pound Here Is the t p In. Everyone It cordially ,m. I

aid to his mother that he baa been Interested for sev trots should attend the Art I poem vlted to attend this affair ,

wished his daddy would step oral years, Including Mrs. Lll ; lecture in the Lecture Room of I .4--
right\ down out of the picture.' lien Dlckson's work In Formosa, I the Penney Memorial Churchon GRANDMVS BUTTON BOX r ..PmonalaRuben j

The child expressed the desire the support of a Korean Orphan Dec 16 at 9:30 ajn, sub fBultoaa \, Monley is a patientIn 1 I
of every human heart; we and money to send three ject "Venus Revisited a revival generations eU. the 8t. Luke PcxpiUl and
would like to see Ood In per. children to the Christian Her of Classicism The public 1sInvltfd. But every, on. a story told; underwent surgery on Monday I

on. The Father fulfilled this ald Camp at Montlawn. N Y. The Special'! annual I ......bt'r when I sat on Grandma's knee We wlah him speedy recovery'

desire when the word became The Sunshine and Welfare evening Art Club meeting will For this Is the way she told It U met Mr. and Mrs Harare Whitehead II
flesh In the coming of Jesus Committees sent cards and and family of MaxtUle.raited .
be Dee IT at the church "This tiny shell I wore en my wedding day! Then vntl Ir Tower ?
for In his character and life, small gifts to the patients in Mrs Whiteheada parr of light with lt|
Grandpa wore the horn one en his shirt of gray. I 161 aluminum clad welded .
we know what God Is like The the Clinic and to other memo ,The preacher at the 11 cots, Mr and Mr*. Hardy Padett lit*on Inverted cryitallln*cSandtlior prisms ;
true Christmas spirit U the ben who are 111 or bereaved o'elocgk worship service at the Year aunt Ann wore the easneo, Sunday afternoon A'ao surrounded by a glimmering pool ef

Christian spirit Mrs Brown The following persons were Penney Memorial Church next The bone button belonged U Aunt Jot; visiting Mr. and Mrs Pa.lirrU light, the Tower not Mrs slander l

closed the devotional period elected as officers for the Sunday wit be the Rev. H WOee. Baby .wore the disks of rainbow gum, mere Mrs. 'Thelma wnilamnon wldedpylom, 130 ftot high souring .,

with prayer. rooming year: president, Mrs. Mr. Paul Johnson will From,Uncle Tom's uniform earn those ef brans.Flam and on David of Green Cove from III ctnlral cu., e

Miss Clara Syvret who had Mabel Crosby: lit vice president lead the prayer meeting the and sturdy button .. spare Springs. '
arranged for the special Christ Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer: following Wednesday at 7:30 I Mr. and Mrs Parley' Auatln only, ride to the 3JO foot
mal 'offering, received the of. i Jnd vice president Miss Eva O'clock. : All from Great Grandpa's underwear visited Ruben Motley 11S& peak r.f Now Yo.li Sloto'i cb- ,

fcrtng with prayer. The generous I Hoover: secretary Mrs. Mary I The tiny ones called smoke pearl Luke Hospital Saturday point rvolkn, oi trio Power New Veik The World'i KlgSeil ,
contribution of about assistant Mere from the dress ef neighbor. girl Mr. '
Storey secretary The Rev and Mrs Allen a and Mrs Bobby Padgettand Pole, lit* lap of Me woldtd I! i
1300 is divided between "Care"]I Miss Carrie Marxer.: treasurer, Konrad were guests of Mrs This bachelor button, the color ef rust: family of Jacksonville were lower, unfolds a breathtaking L Lponoromlc

and "Meals for Millions. The I Mrs Edith Bwlgart; au'" Charlotte Harvey on Dec 4. I Held up some pant for your I'nrle Gus upper! lueals of Mrs r..n.radllt'tt . I Oily of the entire Ti NI 11
class now has an, enrollmentof treasurer Mrs Elsa Bsrrows.Iqs Thursday night. fairgrounds, t
Mrs, Konrad Is Mrs. Harvey's Britonseyed.. 4-ryed!. sometime red, r
118 members, 6t John Ward.conducted '' Mr. Lolls Lone and Irene
With the assistance of about a brief installation service..AtDisclose grsnd-daughter from Springfield A Kit Of cloth or faded! thread.' Padget were visiting in Jacksonvllle Mosley
nilnois. The Konradaare .
30 women in the community,. of the session a d.. Creata. symbols, a flag a wreath 1 1Me on Saturday school
now living near Ocala ben Mosley In the honpttal on the second Tuesday night In
Miss Martha Benson ha prepared dole Tea was served by Mrs. where Mr Konrad Is even tried your precious baby teeth.A Mrs tlenm Padgett and
Friday each month at T:30 o'clock
and sent out. 1.00 garments Everley. Mrs Howard Padgett wire vis
show and socks
JI'\t acme tiny
first pastorate Mrs Harvey | Charles Moaley killed a nice Everyone In the community U
this;year to various or. "Pct I went home with them for Yeult find them all In Grandma's "box. lUna In Jacksonville Friday, deer' In the woods Saturday, Invited to com and Join by
Rsniutions, Including two lAppalachU. l\, < erobfor lit The Rev, alao visited Mrs.. a visit there. but did not Irarn how small ,
many paying a fee
Boxes are tent to and Mrs.. C. M. Ackerman and -- head and children In Uatvtlle
points It had The Clay Hill School having .
. I
Mrs. Bernice Coody of Oretn
Mr and Mrs T. H Fowkts of three weeks The occasion I Mr and Mr*. Howard r..I.I a Christmas program December
This week Rufus Cove Springs has moved Into
and daughters Marie and Ann of her being away was the Tucker was I gett was In Green Cove Springs 11 at I o'clock Com
from States Oa, 50th anniversary celebrationof single high with a 14T game the Dill Hundon trailer at'Clay I buslitea
boro spent on recentlyIlrhnolJVtws and see what the children are
Helm Urge Girl's and Women's and a-aei high of 113 to grab! Hill
Thanksgiving weekend with a I doing The school will then be
the honors. Dave hit' We are sorry to hear thai,
their parents the Rev, and Mrs Club in her old.home church Kennet I butt for two weeks for the Yvile-l
211 to lead to'' hat the rev J. L. BthcklandU
Daniel L. Snyder. On Dec. 1 the Covenant-Finl PresbyterIan the Proteator The PTA meeting will be Ud. holiday.
Funeral Home Mr and Mrs Lucien Watts of Church Cincinnati, Ohio, a 3 to one victory, over Bag- very III and In bd We do' -
nolla. A22I game by Bill Dun wish him speedy recovery. ,
DeLtnd. spent the day with Mr*. Myers was the third president
Mr. and Mrs Richard Car
1r served navant lifted the Untouchable
the Snyders Mr and Mrs B. of the Club and
CIIARLKS: IIKLM: I M Hillyer of Eustls called on 34 years Mr and Mr. Myers over the Jokers, three ter of-Mlddleburg----and Evelyn PHONE
the Snyder on Dec 4. Mr and met In this church where Mr game to on. AI he,'. 210
3' Funeral Director Mrs. Hillyer will enter Wesley Myyer served as an Elder forOVI'f and Doc Turner's tog were

Manor soon :23 years. He Joined this other good slngU game A
It i' Phon..fIj)6:! ( church In 1901 and Mrs Myer 437 by Sue Tl>urmonl led the rim 284-9681

Mrs Herbert D. Myers returned In I90S, and In all their. trsvriswith women in the high act d*.

GREEN con SPRINGS FLORIDA to the Memorial Home four year In India, thtfhive partment,.
IWT. IS EAST '- ,- p, O. BOX 441 Community on Dec. I. after an maintained their member '''*" last J. Q. Fuel Service
KlngfUhtra \. and
absences of two days short ships. In this church _ I It 31 IS
Untouchable 30 II
--" -, -- Joker . . .31 39 REPAIRINGGt'ARAVTCCD I 191 I N. Or ... ''Ar., Green (Cv foriiig. .

Champions . .. U 21 fee tour

Drivers ... .33 :21Proftwors UORKIxt

." r; . , SI 27 'I. .. 1.'Cr.OIl.: I
Magnolia . . II 30
.J.. ,. t. 1.0.U. . U 32 IN rdniiithd 1' 1IOMK: HKUVKUV: : ,
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The Xlngflahers led. by. jay I r C' |II It I r ..; _. a (julik SorvitffllNCLAlft
Attend Turner's 33$, 14 Ml won 4 ,

from the Drivers to increase your rmlmlor HtATINO OIL with M11/tN< corrosion in* II

I their Wad to T games over the hlbltor hel!ply cut down beating bllla bau* II fight '

: Untouchable Part Chitatlan IsntY.'VAN. rust and rorroilwn, gives you ntor neat..'9lner ht Ptr
avr rolled" both histt for the "011.n \* dollar. I

with a lit, 444
CHURCH SERVICESn MlMo Ul NESS UUItNKIl MftVICI BrKCJALlBTH, Our oU burner servicemen \
are alln\td\ t prompt dependable.JKH.H. I
Kingfisher 30 10 .
BUICK PONTI.'C' '... .
Untouclublrs 33 IT We Xty*' % ''I

Joker 23 IT 419 Orange A*.... : (yriCILKY(; :
Driver 30 30
(keen : 1 t
Champions 17 31Frofraon fig springs PUIO

17, 21' PMtl4.Mtl' usurl ,11M I STODDAIH( ) ) )
104 Nil 'lift .MM) .'
: '.' I Magnolia II 14
, eAt t I flails |U' 3<
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FACE FOUR *!:tay j V!!UUlUU ILieSieiU _BAr, DCCOTBEB M, tsar

- and claim residence In 1"I dA. property on January 1. Hijmi
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION dent of Florida Persons eligible -
First ltlethoJistCho r U-avel; Oddi&OUTHWN AND." ESTABLISHING for this exemption receive If you are establishing :your stead exemption cart be lrfal1l.
: by lioh'' ci FLORIDA RESIDENCY benefit of the first $5.000 assessed legal residence In Florida it Is ed only on ane home
)( To Present Cantata value tax free under the advisable to give proper notice All legal resident are >
SPAIN br Louise' Smith laws of Florida. of change of domicile to taxing quired tD fie their Intanglb ,
ROASTS THE OLDEST County Ta* Aswiwr Legal residency Is one of the authorities at your former address. tax return each year hirers tot-
I CONTINUOUSLY INHABITED CITY Homestead exemp 11 I Ion la main factors in granting homestead coming a legal resident, thr: .
IN EUROPE. CADIZ, NOW A granted to home owners whore exemption. There are In order to receive: the benefit wills or estates will be pro-
SEASIDE BESCRT, WAS FOUNDED p legal and permanent real several' ways of establishing legal of homestead exemption you bated IB Pltrida. Alva 1W mu.-I
:I1100f.C.INTHEI&14CENTUR>w wIT residency. Piling a declaration mud have legal or beneficial purchaee a Florida auto tiu
HELD A MONOPOLY ON WCTU TO PRESENT of domicile with the clerkof title recorded In the clerk's and driver's license.
TRADE WITH SOUTH AMERICA k,1 t CHRISTMAS PROGRAM court is one way, .or holding office. This titte can other bea Each year you are require
&& a certificate of registration to deed, contract: or agreement to fife a tangible personal prop
A special! Christmas program vote .is another to property This recording erty tar return with the tax
will be presented at the December Voting does not prove rest must be prior January 1 of assessor This should cow
meeting of the Penney dense but it .la good evidenceof the year in which you apply those that are in business trn
Parma WCTU at I o'clock next your legal domicile. You cannot for the homestead exemption.You return would cover Inventories
s txor/c CMESK.CLUC2 Tuesday afternoon in the Penney I be a voter in another state must also reside on the equipment, etc.
J rY i l/WER.: J.-CWX, Memorial Church aanctu-
I A CLUSTER Of HOUSES ii I cry. Mr, C. A. Miller will
AND MAR< TV WAJOMCI read a Christmas story and a
THE WORLDS LMKtfSTUUM2/ sented at the women chorus
sly 1.I f_ ruts JETS FROM I K X T


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The Adult Choir of the Pint The Woman Society of
Methodltt Church will preterit Christian Service of the Pint ', .I S u >
.t rilOQRESS XIOHTLY 7:43: : I M.
"Love Tran cendln: ,." a csnta- Methodist Church will hold IM"f.
.c l SUNDAY . 2:30 ONLY
ta by John Peterson at.the 11a.m. their annual Christmas pro. :
service Sunday. The choir gram Tuesday at 1.30: at the *3
4 U under the direction 'of Mr. church 1 1I ji IRENEII R/YIR !1/MS/Ill... With Evangelist
J. L. Mlncher. Narrator will be \, BATHES NEAB5Y *IOt( AID: SKI 5LP25, fJXC. i iI M J.t I.i ,Ji.t tj i i!
Mn. Letter Rowe Soloists Include I The Methodist Men' Clubof I I OR.&INALLt M AHCltNf ftRtEIC PC1T. IS HOW A JET CEWZ LiiBIWB 'j.1 h
f Mr. Julian White, Mrs the Pint Methodist Church AIR F ANCC. HAi DAILY SERVICES fRCANE1:f TTC.1K n ft!* "Did you leave that ''F'
Lees Knowles and Barry Lane I will\ meet next Thursday at 7 rRCdCI" CA.7AViU(' JCU'JO' UT FROM Iy: ,0 PARTT.-. light on?" \;.,.,. .{',
I titer, Other member of the p,m.,Dr. Harry Waller, pastor -
Thefts ara on Increase. Unless
I choir are: Mr*. John Orubb, of the .Orteca. Methodist PHILLIPS
you can afford to replace
Mrs. Mervin Rawlcy. Mrs Church in Jackaonvlllt and tolen valuables
yourself, you
George Turner, Miss Bonnie AmusementParks
Chairman of th7'Iorid. Meth
I I g need the protection offered by
Gibson Mr*. Loretta Bhaateen I odlit Conference Board of HoriUls *- The Travelers. .Umbrella of Insurance r
Mr. E. D. McCaU. Mr*. B. E ( 'and flames will be the ..Ask us'for detaHs.J ISM IDLEWILD AVENUE
Scott, Mn Randy Benson, speaker The first CMMsemenf port
Mn Waller,Kelley, Mr*. Mae } w.slda'i be <.ml4erdtoday. ACROSS FROM CLAY COUNTY HEALTH h"

Hendricki\: Don Fullerton Harry sawisp Typical was SLATER SMITH CENTER ON STATE HIGHWAY II
IM lomon CelttevM when
trneJlie,C/MtW Ads
Reiser,Larry Lancaster,and
( cold
George Turner (for quick results. I)'oll'll bunch.spectators wokhln sat on laps sloe gal INS. AGENCYII

MlM Betty Sheridan will be If surprised with results chewed by --" -..
rueafr organist
".rt1 Orange

C 4 4JOY'S Oreea none Cere 2$4.$12.ar. Bptinfi Reverend Bob) 1'hillipn in i a man of faith whom God !ill raising/ up in

this hour to take the Ministry[ of l Deliverance across America

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Standing. A retired! attorney; turn b actt** duty on Dec. -
I Green Cove Socials he practiced law In Westches* IS. after Ma- six: month lean i

ter County N.Y. for many of absent
years and wa* during this period 1ooperllul '
Miss Louise Batten returned Tom Smith and Joe Martin, i 1rtr
a vice president of Secur
recently from attending the principals of the Charles E.
I I tty Title and Guaranty Co., of
PE.A. Department of SuPt'r'TSora' Bennett and Doctora Inlet White Plains. saus...
\ convention in Clearwa- Schools respectively, left last

wr week Wednesday to attend fall YOU ARE -
I meetinr of the F.EA Depart- Mr. and Mrs. Bern Ztllner I '

Mr and Mn. Joe Patten ment of Elementary School have as their guest Mrs. Zellner's DRIVINGRLINDI r
spent last week end in Baton Principals mother. Mrs Agnes Shef
fer of Oallion Ohio. Before i
Rouge, LaM the guests of I r
Rep and Mrs. Tubby Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane have moving to Oalion, Mn Sheffer I ,
: .
lived in Penney Farms
arrived from it
During their visit they toured .
the capitol saw Oovernor Mc- to spend the winter in their I
Keithon, and on Saturday eve I Cove Street home Mr. and. During the Thanksgiving .r k?
mng attended the Florida-LSU Mrs Lane who purchased the holidays Commander and Mrs. I
Frank Cowart toured Florida to
game. Also In the party mere : home last winter have been i .
' Patten's brother spending their winters in Oreen Key West returning by way of (
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Mn I Cove for nine years, Silver Springs, with their .__:t... a val.
wr-ln-law Mr. and Mn Wale
World War n. Mr. Lane guests, Ueut.-COmdr Norris 0: Mr. Warwick Kenney portray Miss Nancy Kelly Is shown Ben I... M. Johnston (Ir.) and
I lace Bhlrmons of Lake City 'I purchasing agent at Camp was, Vldgen, of the Royal Australian When, you ean BM-only' the "Lady Greennlferes". as Mary,In the Manger arena 1\1nI. Frank Canon In the
-- Navy and his wife MaJor. 'ack of the'velnde.iw.d ot you an eld Ehglfaft caret, birr aa the can!. "Away In a Man tableau. depleting old fashion

I The Vidgens' home is present closely It mean I Allow youi one are car following length too for known, aa "What Chill I* ,,," and "Silent Night" were ed carol, as "Jingle ..la"

I ly In Brisbane In the north every 10 milea per hovr.Albfat This" Ming.Dark. was rang

I :'i GIVE A land Australian a The round Yldgena State-the-world'are of completing Queens jauntI IM. C. ysneyf.dr Pedestrians eronfnf it Inter. V.: 1.1.. Presents Christmas Program I

having spent the last three sections with traffic lights
a Q months I I should follow the lights or The December lunrhrm',''[ Mn Fred Nelson Mrt on International Iatlona."
touring Europe. He '
I >w GIFT FROMEchie's I'e'- I "walk" and "don't walk" slgMis. | meeting of the V.!A. WOIInan'al rarest Dry, Mn. Donald and The Executive Board meeting
Pedestrians should consider Club was held last Thursday.Pwr Mn. Richard Oordle, I I was held on the first of December
themselves traffic units : 1. at the clubhouse, with at the home of Mn. Alex
I mmDSEH and take protective measures Mrs Alex Pupkln presiding TM Rut meeting In IBM I I Pupkln, president.GATEWAT' .
i : : to avoid Kcidentr Remember, Mn Gordon Craig l read a will be on January Tth Mn I
In a collision between a p*> Christmas Bible story as part Carl M. Dumbnuld. will It'rvt'al '
I CARS destrlan ind I vehicle, the pedestrun of the devotional chairman of the programPLEASE
-for always loses - TO THE MOON
Van j-g Mn James White, chairman
of Muale and Drama was in I Men and women of all ages

t6 +mAK : ". Ones eve 9peta..* charge of the program ot theprogram I needed to train for:
i ",.... A Better Deal' HKH. Ta.. MM WM' Mat tM end narrated the Executive Secretaries
tableaux which were presented aVSVaaMai Clerks
-STOP IN are( pictures, The backgroundcarol BookkeepersDate

I. singing during the aceiws Processing
I SEE AND DRIVE THE '65 was rendered by Mrs Jtme .Key Punch Operators
/ III White. Mn Julian White, Mrs and all IBM,,FOLDS
George Turner, Mrs A. D. O
I FKone 2N /sU Dtrei Duck and Mrs Herman Reed These trained specialists are
DMU Manner
urgently needed In Cape
accompanied the
las SM-MU OCS Even the frle dlli>it of n.'lgn. I on guitar by Kennedy areaStarting ,
"-- -- Whrre The Best /Vor/ Meet Ian: will 'be resentful and angry Mn Julian White 1
I salaries from CU 00
I If ti dog nut door wanders an '
sheeted all one thtlr lawn,aolla The hostesses who decorated to HIS DO weekly and up. Ent*
- glide yard, and lean 'p taelr I I I the clubroom for the Chrl t- Vt>0 CArJ ployment "'hiIn training
lawn or flowr mss season and served lunchI pp.EveNrFOREST Job waiting upon completion.DAY .
WIN A FREE VACATION AT MIAMI BEACH DURING; manners A dog and lin't probebll born l with has yard n.Id. I I I I eon were; Mn John Hendrtcki, tt Res: AND EVENING CLASSES
.. Ole ntlghborsMi will abject t. Mn C. R. WlllUon. MnOeone I Financial student loans For
... aetlvlUts. Ur if h* knewsYanl I Carlisle, Mrs. A. oj complete details Mall Coupon.
from painful .iforleae. that
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whr. Th ealuUon Is up t*r,". i'I Cape Kennedy College of I II

A 1.II uriolll"U'8Iioll! IiiEREsll iiKG serUIn Teach'partly your. 4 ofyurawnysedbehind : : BUD'S GATE STATION I Business IIS N. Bnvard and Aveune Technology <'

Vacation for Two (Can ( -se1 bthlnd'r brild the shrubbery the garage You.*r I K K: It 0 8 K: N K: I I Coco Beach Florid"\ I INam I

san 4. ttil. sy placing semi .f Homo Delivery). orC I(
lie yours at the) Sans /1( droprings there, thin taking I Address .? f
him to that. spot whea you know Ifnul( It N.'rvlC'4',11.1.14'. .
Sotici Hotel Dirrotly) It i-'nvr.**ry. When h* relieves I'lloltl' :244.t:!, !I:: ) I Parents Initials An I
At FULLERTON'Sw himself there him.Meanwhile .
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Free Golf Sight Swing; $? recUnfular not round!

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4 of the picture aren't com Grws Oev. ....... f Mom.
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The picture' bigger than M.... Tkrv Thus Brother Bob.
Jljl"'a'lIe HayDancing ordinary round color tub* licit m Frevkrws' Tit. P. M. I .' '
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tub mess.;274 sq.In.picture, MOTOROLA KM A CWvVl* listen As I Your teen-age niece Sally.
) Nightly. Floor viewingsru.Yetthetubels6Inches I... As lilt P.M.

Shows. MovifN. Hiiiico.MoonLate / shorter approilmstely than ordinary round. COLOR FrMar f Peters 1 till, P.M.Iii. Aunt Mary. Uncle Ralph.

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Free Chainc Lounge . with the Grandma Grandpa.

and Pad i' IIJOTMCKT OF MOTOROLAmcrmuut ___23.__..INCH....___ W..... n.. fri Extension phones make wonderful gifts.

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MOden! '*'4 Ift4 C,, MIMftne. MYMy1zN' .;.1111M.

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community 4-H fclub program SHERWOOD Ct'STAFSON'S I I Springs, all sisters of the bride; with Oustafson's Dairy I Yuletide holidays.

Within the framework ol Clay CountyServicemen HONORED AT RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs Edwin S. OusUfson I The young couple are residing Festivities begin at 8.30: pmCHL'RLH .

'- the reorganization U the formation and Mr. and Mrs. Hal at Magnolia Springs apartments
; of two all Important Mr. and Mrs John E Wood I I R McKee also of Oreen Cove Oreen Cove Springs. I
i committees within each county of Jacksonville Rave a reception -I I Springs

The County 4-H Advisor in honor of Mr. and Mrs I Mrs. Oustafson attended Nl I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ,I

4-H Club Committee U to assist and advise Sherwood OusUfson Jr. on I challs High School where she CHRISTMAS DANCE BY SOCIETYCor. I
the local county ertennionstiff Saturday evening November28th I was editor of her school paper E. Houston St *
I ''a1r In regard to program I Traditional wedding cake I and an honor student Mr. Magnolia: Ave.czirst' .
News mine and activities of the 4-H and punch were served to the Oustafson attended St. Johns Plans are being formulattd COVE SPRINGS
by the Youth Activities Com-
club program on a local level,' guests County Day School and was I FLORIDA
al Out of town truest were: Mr. mittee of the BPOE. for a
and to assist with county 4-H I graduated from Clay County I
I Christmas Dance and Party Subject
and Mrs. Paul Thomas, Mr
activities. Suggested membership High School and last year attended
I which will be held at the Elks December IS 1964
and Mrs. Morris! Chaffin of I
for this committee couldbe St. Johns River Junior
It has been the custom in tension Service. University of any key citizens adult leaders Nlchalls, Oa; Mr. and Mrs. College He \Is now employed Lodge on December 26th foryoung I I GOD
i home for the THE PRESERVER OF MANZ
Florida, to leave the manner Florida, Gainesville, Florida, In , 4-H alumni, county council I Delbert Rewls of Oreen Cove ,- people
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in which, each county administered an effort to modernize and I officers and other interested (!:'<< i :c .c : tttC tC tttCt( t( !,t: tCt"
the 4-H club program standardize the total 4-H club citizens.

to the individual.county This program in Florida has taken The Community 4-H Club IOuIt te"M ..../ w.__
resulted In a many faceted pro- the following steps: Sponsoring Committee Is to > Maoa

cram Some counties had all\ I. All Florida 4-H clubs are provide leadership for the 4-H !

school 4-H clubs, others all now out of the public school clubs in their local commodity it; tiH{ II MA Om lirnrm

community! clubs and others, system This committee ls to be organ- I II

a combination ,of both. This 2. All Florida 4-H clubs will I Izfed and trained for this specific

resulted In a great deal of variance operate on a community club responsibility
within the total state 4-H basis The organization! leader Is

club program I 3. The clubs will be guidedby to-: ONLY IN NaW UUS4 nom, _ _
The Florida Agricultural Ex adult leaders with Extension -I 1. Oulde the operation of Cg

personell acting as advisors the community 4-H club. w
to the adult leaders 2. Serve as a contact person most compact Admiral TV ever built!
Raymond J. WI", .... of
4-H club work is conducted with the local extension staff :
payless Keystone heights Is the first
through organized clubs on a 3. Keep advisory and sponsoring
member of Jacksonville's317th
community level. Generally, ; committees informed. ". INEEIV/
Military Police Battalion :;::;:R'
any community with from five 4. Remain well informed to
V9AR, to achieve thegrade
to thirty-five boys or girls, carry out an effective communIty
of sergeant major 'Helias
ages ten to nineteen may have 4-H club program
been a member of the A
one or more! 4-H clubs under The project leader's major os
for Producllcn unit since 1949,having servedIn I
: the direction of trained adult role la to teach subject matter
the Army during World
organizational leaders. It Is In a specific subject, guide and
Credit War II. lie Is siiiatant fire
i also desirable that each club plan with members enrolledin
chief at Cecil Field. / 1
have 4-H project: leaders that this project, and to keep
FINANCINGPay are to be responsible for tel.h.1 I I the organizational leader informed t / / di51al

ing technical subject matter on project plans and ir'b L e .tk'i...,. {
only simple' Interest Information. 'I 4. It:wittering !the 4-H club
KAa M Aa' M CraI
-on the amount of mon- The club .will elect, officers, I The activity leader's role Is program closer! to the commun

*y you ute:":" only tor as and form needed committees I I to assume the responsibility for ity. I Sf1E onlya..11 '

'.lung as you use Itl! Interat The club will meet at least once helping pUn and cary out club A. It will Involve the community (na p1Q f A
( a month with a planned educational activities! and to coordinate with 4-H club work. v
i the
computed' on '
vutftamling balance of program of Intereat to county wide activities and These changes will not take Fln.ncing

the boys and 'girls. evenU. place over night, there will be $9995Arra"rcI .
your loan Borroyv all The role of the state extension I I As you can see, this !ls quitea a period of adjustments to be II Iii Low Intend

your money this way staff In this new approach revolutionary departure from made. In the long run, how. 1 KatH' ,

by financing everything to HI club' work la to: the manner, In which our local ever we feel that the total
through Production. 1. Coordinate" program has been operatingfor county program will be I UYIIUTlIl MNNrote/ ww.r JJ( Y
oornmun.j I v.
CredltJ "," ., T Sty 4-H club the past years. However, strengthened ___ s..It',..Ic.'Y.ut.lr.....k.r...' "

supervisory and subject matter the new concept should provide Next week, we will discuss I I '.. .11._'..t.....1 Im.nn.nu.cl.d.loner IN..wrk t :

state staff members and county the following: the role of the local extension 811. ..'....,.,. .:.:'::Iltl'j .

Extension gents __ 1, It should give more youngsters staff In this new 4-li club pro i Iq a.eF/aotTlNa rle.r.l.r twwniii : samara..,., toe.. t.. O.CD'. 14,000 VOLTS OF
3.'Prepare materials and assist the opportunity to par gram approach and also what j '. .0"....1_I COlor..

with procerudrs for plan ticipate in 4-H tint work. U needed In the way of aaalstance j PICTURE POWER

Wing programing, and carryIng 2. More specialized attention from the citizens of //
out the community 4-11 can be given the Individual
our county.OORANGEDAL ...... .... pei S uare
for low-cost fnanchy' ,,. club program member. ,..a..... ....A....u".... 01 5 oWp
fail or see ___ 3. Work directly with counties 3. It will Involve more adult Lln 0' hALModol -", ."
In putting Into effect the leaders GARDENCLUP ,, ill//, 1..1'.Iwr' -:::: w.ud;...":M aw
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t4arUn Credit den Club of Orangedale will YOUR OLD bl.nwnw Mrs - r.NIFiIIOtAAT01' ... ....
Association present their annual Christmas -
open house, flower show
III Mats Strait Palatka festival from 3 until 4
Tel EA I-ISII REPAIR.HEATING -- for o'clock Sunday at "Hatolevtl" THE NEW DIMENSION IN

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taV Jacaaenvtlle I Simmons Dairy and

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Tickets will bt sold at the ,
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flower ahoy sod a refreshment .
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table Christmas I I I
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/loclatlon pare "'11be\ Interested IhOP.1 aLJ4
/ > Orrrn ('... !Springs many Items suitable as -

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Home rnone 114-1710 mss gifts aa -
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1% TI..: ("IR(" I'r IX>1 IIT OKIn 1I'IH: i i'nti i 1'11' 1'1.I1'UT C'iIMI I118K 111I\ I I II c'1. 1 .t: I 'u! IN I'III-' OOfNTV Jl'BdUS: Mr-Ill KNT FOR Bill '

UYER'S GUIDE I 11.11 (c)1T1' FIA)8IDb 'I : I-HI\ KTII JI'i Pit'IAL Cll; I.1 I'II'N'I'1', KU'llll'A ("IH 1 111 I IN ANIl Klllt IA\ ". ..10.,1, hid will bt reo..lv d byIh
CHANCMO: ; i TIT I UK. .KUOIUPA 'IN AM IN 'IIAS'KIH ,. I'lly of Keystone Height atT
NO-; C-IslT volt CLAY tXtr.NTY. No: c.mil .01 NTV KLOltlllA .10 i n, 111 cm Tuesday. l"e....mher.
Ki-ba IV lon Olb.i.n. PlaintiffVVIllinni In i't>"mryCa liKKMAN ClAK) plaintiffPATUl'lA IN I'llOUVTK. il I 1114. at. the City Hall for

ra .. No. . . .. No. lilt furniture. for Ih. New M link I-
KK>. illbaun. rWrniUnl In Uc AIHJ1T1ON ItK CLARK, d.I .,..."..., In n*: WTATK UK "TUtXA pal llulldlnic, Hpe.olfk.al.lnn' maybe
... MITKK or Mir \ ICTHH K at IITHK MAY ,'OA T .'", iJeceiaedNO nlitalned from Don IL Morgan.Anhltert .

.. illlam, hop titan IlM8M'iOPN01'KKIII1i1: 10 I'ATIUCIA CLAIIKi fit K OK IMTMTlt 1 l TOM The "City raaarvci th* rlghl l.ii North \\anhlnglon HiredChicago .. Mil UOHKliT IMWKUSHnulr 1 I and all bid.
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PAUL'SAU TWIN REALTY that a ault h.. keen filed, 1 "Uiulavlll Annu. ,' AKK HHimiY: NUTI- Xollie la hereby .Krn that I n. 10.

...1".1 )..u In the a bin. entitleduulreil HI Lout, Mlaourl .'11-:11: thai a rust hai bvrn filed have. filed my final report. and
REFRIGERATION curiae and you are hereby rep rlraia tak noti.r" ...In.1 you In the .buv. aniltlmliauii tmltlon for final dIOt'h.... aa c|I K:IIT VON mil
Legal Beverages Hilda T. :XtlkRealtor to *er>* upon plaintiff" that'U.alh K. MOMKH.. J II. d you ar horrtoy re- I KKutrlt of Iho ..late of KOH *4I.H
attorney ....".. n.m. and ..d.d. and MAUY II:. M OS Kit, hu.hnl tI.to peeve upoa plaintiff' )11\' Cnalei, deraad and Healed' bid. will b. .......Iud by
SERVICE Open I A. M. to 1 A. M.Dural .... appear hereon (your written and wlfr. hata fled In Ih. ,'ir- attorney "h.... namt and ad- nn the llet day of t .... the lily ..f ".,..Inn. Height. atT
defen.ea. If any. In th* bill .tilt Cuurl nf' flat County, Kl..r. darn appear. h,'mm, your written mil I will th* OCI".I In p m cm Tue.dity. eoemherII
County Line of complaint In aald null copy Ida. a ixtlton |ira> ln. thai anoiilvr drfnaea, II any, lo th. bill' I able l h I.pj'I'nll . :; / lull .1 the City Hall for
& RENTALA SALES of whUh I.I delurred lo you niUht h, mad prang of complaint In Mid. ."11. Sup) Juili* of' rap County. thr ....liof ih. Civil Air Patrolliullitina
| Ito (':::11"t".1: : North el Orange Park her.".Ith, on or before I>ocnikorII. them lra\. lit adopt VICTou ray of whith l. dll\re. to yi I A. I D "... IUMIIAI.M. minor hilt' llh on ur before Januuar m for final dlaihiira ca KII-: Kk\lell llulldlna' at K..loneA'
f 8. Palmetto Street ft ACREAGE & LOTS Herein fall not or i"cree pro and vnu ar* r.llul.eI your to .

I HUTS ponfecio will b. ..nterti. ..,.110.1w. caws hr Ih. aam. ahould nut rein. fall not or decree prociinreneo l'iialr* deicaaeilliid . >. Rome Phone SS4-I7SO .... for the relief prayed In the h.. Hraxlnl. ny iirUni a oil i n, will be .nlrre.l aaalntlyou .this l)th day of .Notemlier within 10 daym InCludlna .plumb
ruslnPhone tM-9511 Residential Commercial hill of romplalnl.THK Pour stubs drf.m.a. It .any for Ih. toilet puy.d| In the lull 'Ins heating, wiring; and fli-,
InduUUl NATl'IIK Of 8UI SPIT upon T. J. Jmnlni. J,., al full of mntplmnt' lIlLIAN O ORIOIonT, aaKiei lure hut nn furniture
II'ISI1It MMUll'K:. her fur th. petitioner at I' nItim ilK 1 III Al'l'It I< UK. HMI dl'IT : utrli of the r:.'.1. Th. City e..erv... Ihe rlghl to

INLET MARINAMERCVRT Serving Greater Clay Cetaty WITSKXrt mr ham) and the Ill 1I..n'ov.* Xtrm'II. IIKIMI VIII| lilVOUriO of Mlella May ('....... reel' an> and .11 bid.
TV APPLIANCE real "f nail. Court at Orevn CuveHnrlnit. Flur'da' and by filing (hi' ..rill' \\ ITS tIIlt my hand and the. IIFIIXN: U'K ANHKH80NAltTII : .toy O, DikrCHr
Notary rvbUe .. ...rl..'. thin l I"lh dayf Inal tharof with th. Clerk .*al nf paid, Court at tlroen rote \ r'I i Kse; ulr I Clerk
SERVICE .,, Vnt ..mber, A. l 11. 114 rev fprlniia Klnrlria! I Ihia :Ih tin) II It, II, ll-l II."
OUTBOARDS IHKAMIIMIIU1K Ih* Olrrull l'nu.lor Clay C'"",,, >. of Iteremher A P 111I -- -...... .!.: ..!
Florida on or brfora th. tlm iUof
PHONEOffer )
We Repair All Brandt : I. CAUMSLK!:,
IVrrmltrr A l>. l.44. and thai
Sr'rrlclnr. Clay CountyFor MERCRl'ISER SERVICEBOATS SI4-SU1 Clerk Clrrull CourlIU Thursday Ih. lint das of |I'. : >ll.IK I. I''Mil.ISI.P e1111TIIINU1,11: :
Berne 364.2153Orange VUlan II Ki.hmPenutr "'....1... A l>. IM4 at I .,'I..,.I Clerk. Circuit i*"urtlly I
Kliteen Yean Clerk'homaa MKULK II 'IICHIIA III'"
urn of salt data In Ik. Courtroom
l"etut| ) Clt i k
Park of tha Count
Orange Ph. Z64-$5 Are, 8. .t Bar 8t ( for Clay ) Court i
) II...... |In linen Cova HirlnKlnrMa. niciuup c ooiuuK) :

OUTBOARD REPAIR SIIOP Green ate Sprtafi! Pli Km IIIilrwn h". Men sot for th* \llorni for I'lalntltr i ftI MACHINESi
Cie Kprlnr* Fi.r'liNn bank 5 NEW
boor of Bald
rig .lIlIon
f FULLERTON'SS4 ....,. 17 Orange Park II. lop l I. in. IIIV a.. h..I.v notified Cn appear llreen Cm* Hprlnv*. "Florid (

and Show sauna. Ir .n, you finny ll.lo.t f. II IIM I '
N. Orange Are. Phone Xtl-nSS havo why tha raid I'.n' ', .
Green Con Spo- 214-4044 .' LKUAL !\OTIt'R!: TUB CtiCSTT Jl'UIKa hiti'ld' not h* crantnlWITNKHH -- ---- -- I 4 NEW DRYERS

MILK UILUERYW.D.Morris IMIKT IN AND .'011 CUA4t hlW hand and Ihseal .- THK Or INTI.NTIOV" : TO
CIIiCITr I 1 >l'.NT"'. KUMUDA I ..t said Cnurt In ilrfttCnit ".:UllTtM VII TIIIIII" lAMR
I 11:) corur OKCLAf Kilr No II* Rprlnv" *, Punt tM' ITih For Your, Wa liitnt I'Sill Vl91iPlli'O
tXlt.NTl. KUHUUAIn "' li hereto il> .n thai
&DtJcaes Vend rmltm la r. Kalat ofANNA dn Dr Nav.'nh.r A.ll Uet.tlpol'
tha underaland' under
ChanceryNo I h. prtiiaoni -
: II. JI'II SiloS.
..* nf ..h""
\ hai'ter Ijtwlf
< H Til INKI111UNaTo : nnxtOK::' : .. Ittlulp'
tAnEY'SFLOBIDA OLIVKH C. "AIl JI. all rrvdilura and all t'.rana ..1.,.. of .''...."/t C'.tnf Iliirlil Arl. ..r I'lh? will I
lalnllff r-1,,. c v real.ler' wllk the Clerk ?f th.
iiit. |
drnandaagalnat dn
havlnit claims or 'r
Distributor Circuit Court In and, fur ,rl 1.1
n Vivian, IIbho
paid, .. "
TRADER laa.Yui '
ELLEN c. JIAIUH.Utftndont., and such of ).u. Sri II.'. U It.. II l>*.r.ui,' Clrrfc ''unlw, Stop of ')mils ur>nnrerelnl
Green c... Syrian Florida' All Jersey Milk of proof tit f uliliaionif | I
bitchy notiriod iiprant >
'OTII' or .! IT i Id.d': dvmanduuhkth : Ihl nnili-e'. .Ih* Kl\, iltlnutnani IELP.SERYICE COW LAUNDRY
IS E. Palmer TeL any
St. of TIIR. "ill'N Ixn'Tiill!
1% 1HN IIHtllT
IIt.nl'' For TUB 8TATH I'''' KU>UU>A.-To.hLUKN ran 0"'.11"'" at y.... may tlllltr IIKI '
Stalled Jami-a T CereO
... .met ratmetto n...... Oreew
Aotkae 8. Ora. 111)1 M t l--it.Mi.it I
Co.MAIUMlvlt. ha', a.ala' .l Hi. ..".1' of AN: > \ II.II H II II I.|.
.. Weodrvff MoatUreenvUI IX JdllNHoN.: dowsed, ll "f I in IIAitl'tiAu.
TeL SM-SS44 NOME DELIVERYCALL *. rtoulh ('.ullna I (lay County, Klorlda. ii 'the n.i - .. --- .e. 14 n... Every Day
orance. Park \l>0 AKR> HRHEUV NUt l iriKH r; iunlr flvtiiMi of ('tip Cuunlt Mllllam II Aualna, rUliiliffva '

BUodlor Reed TeL MI-4ttI7 l'h a cult baa been flt d. uit I'aunly ('ourthous.. In itt: rn Kara. K Adklna.' IvtmdantMllll Mtriin' or' IITIr11orNI.InTVN : I Plifli........ .......*)
264.9 )41 er 4-JUI .115 la Ilia abov* .nltl'.d cacao ('or. Bprlaaa, Clay Coanly rl..r : .''''1 I KM It II'IN l
./.IncksonvillpBUndknf I and you tra .barebr ro alien That
A .....,- upon ..1.1 III Irt attorney 1 das of th* girl uliiiitlvn,| < alone ... .... Aokin I pr"Vleioni'
1I -- -- whim name and aitOree appeal noldeKark (MM-an Coim of Chenur, lit HI I U w, ,K "Yi., ,
n *
TeL 77I- m .I.EJIL> : \UTU I: < hnrnb riur. artsn d.I.n.ea. i-lalm or diesel" .1401
da. .
I eels .N. l.atin. HI, Aril nf IH' 'III ri-llel' EVERYBODY WaXCOMtJ
If any, lu the bill of eumplalnt. I* I IB writing an/| flint dale will Ike Clerk nr .
WE TRADE IN AN1'TDINOor ,n sail *.alt. "cup of. hi. b I I. ""h. "1.1'. of ..-*''d.n.. and .p.i.l-. t nuaiiu. Iliinul' ,',...r, m and for 'Ia|Ida, Orvull.
COI\Tr JlUbK'a'uii1T .UAI aI 1<11 C.uniy'
1" \'
: KII11.111'1. ,
VALUE II' delrvari. to pun .......lIh, nnr offle, addroa of the rlnlm.nl' ii Sal.. nf Miirld i.fnriHtf I Li
4 OK ILlt lUlkTt.IIOHIIIt Kii.i' thai awn Sian It'levelpl LiHELP
a i.e. n dl laaainat
l I before IWemtwr II, 4.11 lilt. and moat bo ee/orn t la Prbal.w *M.In hU .,t. )ou In tha aU.t..flitimi YOUR HOME TOWN
Herein full ncl <>r ...'..* .pie ascot nr attorney ,auio aim yu are tic* ih* Kl'ulmua| nama u'
ACCOUNTINGREED n Knial uf ronfe.ao will. ,../ nierril "..''n., nr, It will Uronir. \ ,,iilanurdlaa ayl.d lu heresy r Hunerlnr Hull, Salon| fr,,..>"
I IR OIIAI; Al.THKA 1'AUK.decaaaed.. to f cc. .n. UIIIMI i>linlillatliirney S llubi ".1.| .. K.Miiin., ,
you for IM riliaf pray,4 In thy w nu.. n.in ana adai Ileisls/n' '
bill of rompltlmTh Lath rredltor .Iull d< Hirer lined' Nettle.. mil. hbr< SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS
Mllll 1: 0.. KI LI XI PinlllO: ..,..,* .if aald cult tiring .ufflrl.ot, rnjds., 0' hh1 elolm ti .ten*a ai>i>car fer.on.u. ,writ II. II II ll-l 'Se\
R ACCOUNTING bull I .\.. U. l.l.( MH,.tCIIK en.Me the County Juilo b',> mall dvitnai-a. If awl 1,1 ih. bill 1 -
for I I'lvorreWITMCftrl .
r:\M MHItNUTICK one to Barb per.nnil rtpreienlItlve ui cwniiUini In aaid sail uipyof
I : IK IIHIUV: OI'JlNIbat : My ha4 and 'Ih. whHa la ...li.n..ii .in yukrrawiih. I

AND I havr film my flail ,.. anal* II.f.III.Mid.. ITlvrlila Court at thla OrainCov |iin Dater l'* ti.tJ A I* MM! I*. A. It on, I 1.1..1": ,. l 1'.roin.bee I

turn. 10 eieculrli' 4ft' Ih* l* lata lay of III"*......*' A.H IM4. I IIIIIIMN' II.e.l. ,
TAX fail
BKKVK'KLisle of limn Althea l'.ie, di-rvaavd.; IKmltimilUlK> A. Riarutrli nf Ihe. 1.at, \\' 'll nut or drra pro
Kenney Owner that I hat* filed my petitionfor U CAIUJULK. and Tro".nt nf Anna tIJuhn.n" iHinfeaao will I.. snared aaalnil.
lull far ISIS relict. |pelt ,la Ih. I
I dlatrlbullnn and for finaldlacharn de<*P.a.l
Clerk nf llreult Courtf
7 bill, .f l ,
N. Ave "ml.I.IIII
Orange Green Cote *. and thai o. fixemIn llav! r..ftHtI.\ Plot iiuhlkatlua. on Iver I ,114II THK: "' '
r tl I iipl lo Ik* P) \l.laa II It .h.... .I I* IT II UK SAID IH'IT
TeL 264.4721Pereonnliafyl : n, ;....II:1th'I: : J Illvrra.County l 1'"uI Cl.rfcAttornet UUMI: Ktlll MVI'IICKVMT.NK :
SorviccH I Jules of ely CoantyKlorlda. npnWlrK: ASDY-IIIC'/. .
Cud approval nf aald my hand and Iho
I. I final' return and fnr an ordr. ofdl.lrlbutlnn "fI II... for II'. Plaintiff IN THK rilM'l'IT llil'IlT OKTMK a.al of and Cuurt al II'.... McCormick Concrete Co.
I Kiiritrii Mcui. < inTl'ITOK lops IIp'n' ,t rlurl.U,
and fur final He- ..
Accounting &: Tax chare aa .....utrl. of ih. Will Ilre'n l'n" "I.f.n.. I IS. .la'lor'ds II.... IS K1X)HIIU IV AMiKt II day ..f "''n......... Ala.
Returns of Hrace Althea P.... d.resued.Nov.mbrr ,H "'1." r l".l'VTVIN l eup'l1UIC...
II. 1M4.a
TorIJusiness Ann M Jnhnaon. For a Goad Printing Job c.... No. 111 Clerk Clrruit' Court A,i-i ciiilis| wllli M. II. It.( '''I1I1 1'k &: Soim. Inc.
Firms. & EieruirliIt'll: a( ReaMnakl. Prire Can In Tho Italic r ifrilASUIMI ln II ikm
IM. I*. U TIIH NAMR: """" '''1.,*
Individual! The Clay Cocnty Crf'SHn'. I I1reIn)51.1 : t C Maui

---- ----- _.- ---- --- - --- IMV\ MVItPIIYITMH All.met for llalntlff
'> .n ti ni ii'ITlnr. Addr..
To Ctiarlra Raymond Murphy I' II |t..i 141Itreen

A>wa Cot. tiprlnaa' "'.'101.
""1' AUK HKHfHT "MTfriKD II.II. II.'. It, II
.: ,that a 1'.1 lion <.* "".n.. "
I /" Ihr lulfirti/ (1IIHtI'S, ; WI;:!
of Nama has ha.n nld h> ''''10' ""
CLASSIFIED ADS aid Hay Mvrritir and r ar. IH HIM I IHI.tIT IIIINr UK
rcatr, d to ..rvv a ropp :: tour !. % I IM1 \ MOMMd

..I..<.lln. .a nr d>f.n..a I*. INIa tIlllon >. l\ I HtMIMIko.
f.1'U''....r alien. . pig
I ".... Yawn Hh.w III a.,"tkMalnnt NATHAMr.l.
Kl, II'...... Klnrhln and MACK.

ATTENTION PARENTS! Do ,I rOR RENT Furnished *>ne rt.| .tka t-rlilnal nf iiHk ,.10." riamiMIImluiTIIY GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-3027
I' I IU: *I.nTtf R' In... ?.r d.,. nara to nail' 0e10'm MAIM,
you bare a IOn brturrn the or two-bedroom .,*"mf'nt.B.h. ---
'en of 11 and U who la In- .. and watrr farnlthnl; I II I.M THK CIIICTIT' fXM'HT Of .. <*'r< iiit ,..,nrt nlI'n..* M N or al IT
,,f JIt... Kit
ih. Illh 4rt 1IU NTAT OK rU'lllHA
Irmlrd In .....tiDr. If *o. rail 111 Irrrl St, GDI. Trerphonej Till: Kt.t'HTII. Jl'I'KIAI.CIIICI'IT Tai..ti..hall, b* 0sbl.h.d TII

Dayton WIn .( I('-(311. I 2S4-l7t7. 'I| CuUMTT IN ALAI. rUltll)>> rull CWT .nnro."..... h...."ka.a for In 'Ik"'.'r flat mar .neel IIOTIIY oM > 1515 I MACK ,InrkaOntIlls' 121 :J.O: I\ L:c'k"ulI"III"' )Ill-rich- ,7'l| :2s-!. ::!

'IH' CIIANO.Ilf N. till (..it. o .rapt or AHK iTKrfKIIV: NOTIKIKII -

PI'LrllaArNld llAMKKlMiM '' /l.4 l Ik'a tad lap rf |' thai a lull a*. ...*.. that
MIDDLE: AGE \\'OMAwanU I OR SALE Three bP4,..", I mil'NTT, ,.? ... t ti 1.11 .| )1ra r.:; ...,... m.u ,m Ik. ...,ns an 1-- -- -- -

baby .ltUn<<. Phone Green Cote ,' house Pin Paneling Urgf'' a rurunration llalallffLKOXARH . ''I.tirlnii' ,.'. 11 Cmmir riorldiM II"f.Yyln.4." r.".i_.. ..*.4 iv,*...aaxa*r. .Slams.,...,

tM-1411. 1'1n. Dorothy Meat ,au... Ont block" eoulhwr.1 *.. 0.arny '. CIPtr.t.r 111.11.?.a'. ..., aewe sod
k). Ml/IIHHKK a4 ,.,.., nr ", ....." .._.t ....1.... .',,,, er KereMl *.oi,
SIS A Princle Circle. from front door of Illih "Krh" *>o L j jI I['', .AM' 'IIA irilltl4KK. hi* ."., 1, ..' ,.. . n'' .. Stub., ....".. Ir up t. t".

-- ll6 1 feet en l\anu"nlurr Ana "". 'lAerea4Bla.kOTIIK N. rtY14W 11 astN. bill" ..f .,..,lemi. 'In eeld. mil, See
ITl'ATIOV WANTED:; Teiiifman '1 .1.1 II If tf Iwpstp n..11 nil jf .1.I h ,* .."..,*4 Iv
by III feet on MM 1Ittft't. OK *l IT ray h...*ouk ". or b.li'.n

.. Illih School graduate, Mill sacrifice for rath. rUomlJohnaon. TOo .a>.... II A""I' III!
1.1.! ''". "IIH N MCIIIIHKK ant .. ... .
dralrre Job Heroin fa I .1 or ,** r>
aa arrrrlary, nurses NAM: 'IM HhMKK.: kl wile tMK. ..! ear, Jli Iw.V'
Rra. Ill Kouth .al***. am' i.* entr4 ...1".,
aid' er will baby alt durlnr day. M.C'I Me. ..... I.a a...... ,.inr i. \ PUN 1111 .... . .
fu. .1' .
r>> |i a, la Ilia
nolli 'l.pp.sit. Tarn ) \ ,;* i. ....r' N Mvrrke. aada.aitra ( Ill .TI. r11)NIN/ .
Call SI4-9411. II.Up Ildllf. M....... bin wife. at. Kit .... ass bill' ef :: lelaj F|'
Phone. I l Mit. Two *> ie aU nIl 1.1.f .. Spring Motors
--- - I betel notified Ik. a e..in...*.ii ..I UK MTATK or ... 1,15
I OR MALE er RFNTt I W. I t.. fnrnloae a. ri4aUB _".... C'I... I c ,or... HITMHM rar bud ... Ik.
IOR RENT-C'.nnnlentl: Ire *f ,ihf,. ..ll....l.. 4.bat: real.1I r....a wdP1111. Peel ., said ..(1 al ...... C***
room ..
concrete block haue en rated garage apt. .r".1. I, w' r ,It ." . rutliN a..,**.. MM..... ..... Sill 4a|
lot TV i ISf, within rill llmlta. tn., I' .11''... I 1111.) lltork .* N.tk I. M/Wp .,... Ihalb. .., M*...k.r A H 1114.
Tall III-KII afUf 8:31: .Jn.IOR 'I MKAM'H-IH. fall ....,..... .. C.... 510a. "'.ari ..*.11
bar Bennett 1 KrhooL lor In. 'nn 't l ,. *. *r4,*. I* pal ., IW......... "a. 5044. 115.4 IMifuiN I.
,......., ,-rded la Plal ...... 5AMLIPLC.
. ,.
KAt.K IU \lkiwa."' if bar stun 1rk Cir 514 l
rarmalien. .".ne Dan r.... I II. me.* aM .( 4ke rorxalrubli. (r.ir: tI-of :: .nal. N ('lrsaa let ..."i. Iterkudl..

M4-IM7 lerrnlnnl. It-Jlf pickup Ultra In Mrrtlrni e.nditt.e. e.ueda.f b ,kPftMelMr .
t / I. ,."".. ..... ,... aIN psI.Itnal1. .
-- .. ..tal M with I IM1t *
- Abe . ... ..... ell.4 ...'..t p.e sad .. ..f Ill.. antic eon

> OR RENTl I ream tillage mattress like new. Catt Gewea4..r. p.,5, are ......., Malted ,. ..rn.a .*< k week fnr foot e**._.1'i<* 11 al/alo l..*oi lear......rlel.lKf... N.Itaaa.Is.snill. ,
"r r r..., ...... .. .l>*4' ... .. .. .
en rlrrr Fainiiahrd. P...,. **k* .*.i *l a III ke < rice 4*
214-1411 after 1 p. wL'j] I.. p. ,lb.wplalul. .. ta* U Ik. M.a...... tll'iM ** I II II K. ll-l I. ,.
n..U,.. lllftOU I IMte pl.iuffa, ."*. ...,*. Maria. MYNNr.eolp J4.. ef '.... ...
-- -- -
I '1.. Taw ...., d OlbbaEli .
--- -- ('scar PI.ada fnr .1 ala
r reel ... 'r.:
RENT I funM aa.,.. F.ran1..Ir..8 J* 4 *re oBtia; and D.a'wbai..f I* tMK CltWI. It UfllMT IfC
LOST : Toy ManraxvUr fraaale .."". rVerlda,, see ,0.N .. ..' rtJDHIIUIM
lb. .sS.n..4 a.ESaiCICIl .1 I.1I .A f. '"
menu. 411 ('... twt, levee riale.l, .**... a, "l..dia l I. I. *
*..( I black I anewera M .. . Si sill 0 5' t '' '''< IJHtI. ,

C.*.. Abe Pmna far ..... mtb ef read last 11_.1 rlre Ik* .liffW l4 ,...*,!r Ik la .Clf.< tee aIba flap I lM>r.)fc. II I... e*. Me' '1015M14A5A
am* .
; A. W.eotrt* CaB H4-' la. ll-l* I day efUma In rtHnlly "' lava. ,. Kk>rlda. M a* bah.. ..>..1. of .,..a 0..,.... I .a
Ik 114' day of In..5H' |'4IH ,.. . '

>OR bra peenm Clay ('_ ly ('..rtb. .... Leai. .** fall !. .> ,.....*.., kr rcoi ....11.... .. If.e n .vl I "MLMOMeC, <*fe.4el
SALti Glee a ..'..It will k* l.a.w ..>,*., .
.*l far Cad, .... TWrmuabr ward CaD 144-1144 ae. ...." pen ... Ike. *.l>., 4.jM...... ,laIk i t le t uI. "*>tt r *r. ill" IK \01'11 ('.Ilt N'IL/,1t'.1'| 33 /MM: ON .\ I.\I.UN) ">K MAS
I .--.I..C TUM *-t... ek II --- VIIK .TITS 1r ri/iHIfi*
**) Cklb.abma Puppies. Cap ,\ ell* or tvenlr pd .. l II.I k* a.fcl k4. ...*. .* .It ._.. r f T" liANMIIII f IflLMOMK '
feet aeeolle. week. la tilt TNN 111,1/T .1., se "II NatNMnuLIH.NI U'01') CAN IIAVK: IT M'HJUCATKI( : i rilAMlK: oil 01& HO

4-tl4t. IM. lIp POE HALE) teed Ge *ral EMS. ',.* r...... 4 rae.olfaiNK Ilea .. .... "t..,,, 111 e\e... '. "* ....**

roaU.VTy;. farnlaleH ,Ykw,, Rrfhcrrator. ,ikbe a>ew II| n.... i.-...AdD.wt..flftfirnrtl.. C1.. r.o*>h. Ia 545'Nascent cbOllNlr'K "..,It'.t. LOP n.ea 'ii' .'I/pl4 ONNt.. ..... IK IT WII.I, KL'X .01__) MIMtH: ON ON'K: HKT: OK TIWKHIK :

Icdkvl |a lees w 4>. !_ **t-\\I I CT..UIII&. .In said ....!>. "eo'-."hee..... ,184ownena..... lltk 4.* .* M. IATt.TIIN" Hua, ,It Vials, /bl a .r'.. 184 Peas f lead
.. ... s./ e., a SASS p.a II5.'a IT m"IUCIATtsJIUUT:" : : / ( *""J.r.) A VrUlt.
r.... Per Iatse.sU.e awe'Fartry. UetI) I ala,W bd eaalUiaaia t Casu.t.K ALMA ao,...."... U. .*Tai 5r4 .'.. .n Mr1.s..
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PAGE EIGHT Ctatj( County CrcseeUt .\,vl"I...:



The Orange Park $10 made from the Bazaa BOX LUNCH-DANCE DECo It FROM THE NEW A&P MEAT PLANT
(Continued from Page One) wom.n-'I The PFA of the Orange Park
Club met at the be donated to the T. C
Junior-Senior High School will
wanderer, a seeker of treasure Walker continued. "He was Thursday, Nov. 3 at 8 pan A Miller School for supplementary sponsor an old fashioned box, GUARANTEED: MEAT QUALITY !

In my office about a year ago looking for a winch to let check for $150, repreaentlnrproceed.a I reading program. Mrs. J supper and dance on Saturday,'

himself': down a cliff overlooking White River where there from the Thrift Shop Hamilton Boulware, who captivated Dee. 12, in the high school 0. nlln. .../."'
I was a cave he wanted to explore. I read (later) In the the audience again this cafetorium. The supper will beheld t .M J.rbu.Wll.Me.t ...._.
I dally: papers the rope he was using broke and he fell to a and Christmas Bazaar, was year, read "The Birthday," a at 6 o'clock and dancing will BrvM w. *BB.
ledge below Injuring himself presented to the club. The first I I Christmas story k .......,... .( riM
severely""Jack will begin at t o'clock. ....... ...... ....
whatever one might say about him, Is no murderer The are asked to f..... rnr tbv
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," Walker wrote, "although/ he confessed the kllllai COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'' MINUTESCLAY bring an attractively: decoratedbox r ..rlw.rvBB. !.. Ik* ...-
and made the statement: 'If I see him In hell J'llklU him to .!.a for Its. f._
with dinner enough .
k. I lira AP ......
again. COUNTY serve the number of people in tY I. Yl.rl/a ....
"He Is quite a character and I'm that his life tNU .t eMrt4
sorry must 6 .
GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA her party. mm* ..... c....
end in such a manner"ROBERT Monday, November II, 19M The teen age daughter of .1......TIM rtlallrI BWBtBr
1:00: P.M. Junior-Senior High School age .B ..t. mmt
may, If she wishes, bring her ; 1, y t ekerket.r t..!-
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SERVICES TODAY The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met own decorated box which will R b I............ Pee.
AWARDS AT In Special Session In the County Commissioners' Meeting RoomIn be sold to a teen age gentle .ral .... lB.Br*
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Services for Robert A. Un Lr I. ra.brlrItI
the Courthouse above time and date.
man. ...tl.. .. ....
derwood, 48 years old, who ANNUAL MEETINGAt The meeting was called to order by the Chairman. Honorable I Music for the dance will be I.." "... ....1.
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died Tuesday in Clay Memorial Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were Marvin ,"
by "Harris and the Sierras .... .A" nan
the annual meeting of the
Hospital after a long Illness, Oreen, District No. 3, O. J. Murrhee District No. 4 and Walter ...... .f fl..
Don Finney, a student at
Clay Memorial Hospital Auxiliary ...... ..,.. ...
will be held at 2 o'clock this
R. O. Odum, District No. 2; who stated he was observing. the Orange Park High Is a memberof Iker .re ........
L. Kledzlk
afternoon In the Methodist hospital ..
meeting as his Commission had not been signed by the Oovernor this group. Donations for '' r nip I. nnhll/
administrator, awarded the following r't /rtteeae.nM
Church of Pearson Oa. at this time. Commissioner H. E. Moody was absent the dance will be 1100 for / 4> ...11 It IB rrmtr
Mr. Underwood who movedto pins and certificates: The Chairman stated the meeting was called to consider b. ._,\ far .kl.MtM 1.I .
Mrs Pansy Qullgley, 1000 hour adults and 25c for students. ; ... .......
Oreen Cove from Pearson passing a Resolution requesting the Federal Government to The public is Invited to at ,/ '-yM, Hit ".I PfrH-HII.lt'T" (i11R11TEIu ..' AMI CRT
pin Mrs. R. L. Kledzlk Mrs.Gladys r
eight was a memberof ; ; "HAT YOU PAY KOH. YOU CAJd I PRE ITOV V1T
years ago
establish a rehabilitation school under the Economic Opportunity
"TB IT . "*......R'.t" A.r BrBMtora
500 BBBlltr tfcat
the First Methodist Church Phillips, hour pins; Act of 1004, In the Camp Blinding Area of Clay County ...... put ....... ... .e. It IB oh..1.. r.. It krlB .will.
I Mrs Viola Batten and Mrs ..,.., .. .. .'. .
of Oreen Cove. C AAP I. I. fc nail. IBB BBrkrra. VBB kuBW tkrlr
Orace Russell, 100 hour pins. Also present were J. T. Norton and L. M. Beasley who recentlymet tend.CLASSIFIED ...._ They .... "n.p.r.Rlsbt'a" .,ot.. ....\I.p .........
He leaves his widow Mrs In Starke with the Bradford County Development Author. ADSFOR ... fverr ..... .t beef. puck. teal. I..a. a.e ...."07
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Helen Underwood; a son, Rob. Candy Striper and Candy Iwut Our burrrr Ibat if A.r rust
Sty on this matter Superintendent elect Jess Tynes and School
RENTI I bedroom bolUe.nfuml.h Rl.r.aiee .hr wrut II .. II I. Mt ".......RI..." q..Iltr. .
ert, Jr, of Oreen Cove; two Canes received the following Board Member Ernest Cherry appeared and discussed the mat q / te'l' MST IUO'TI..IF.U tot R 1I0'U':1'' : CICK.
daughters, Sandra Underwood awards; Daphne Joiner, Sandi er. on It acres Well I

of Atlanta; and Mrs. Bill Mar Nelson, Anne Loftin, Bryan < Mr. Peter J. Novae Executive Director of the Bradford water, heater and hot water .t Halvorson "LIVE" Miniature

stellar, of Albany Oa.; two Wells and Barry Oemelll 60 County Development Authority re-appeared with Bradford heater Garage Russell Road, flrren J Tr('('". . $l.fi1
grandchildren; a brother and hour pins; Daphne Jolnes Dayton and near blue Corporation $35.00pet "t' '1
bounty Attorney Shaw, Jerome Johns, Chairman of the CHRISTMAS TREES
six deters Wilson Barry Oftnelll, I month. Phone SS4-9554. Up \\ Jutl' Tr('(' ... t..J
t I Bradford County Commissioners and others, ._- -
Helm Funeral Home Is In I I Bryan Wells, Lawrence Wilson i After a long discussion on the matttr, motion was made HELP WANTED! Maid expert-

charge of arrangements I Certificates of Merit. by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner Oreen enced, references; 1 or S dais "SUPEIHIIGHT" QUALITY WESTERN; REEF; : nU

- I and carried, to request the Federal Government to establish a a week, Thursday or Friday, Middle-I

I School In Camp Blandl l. (Said motion made subject to condition Call 114-1451. lI.ltp
I COTNEYTIRE that no financial assistance: la requested from the Boardof ROAST Cut: 69c
County Commissioners of Clay County) FOR SALEI 1951 Zundip gaper ,

At the request of Mr. Peter Novae, motion was made by Stbre motorcycle. Good
WM' Commissioner Murrhee seconded Commissioner condition. Best offer over $100.
by Green and
I carried to appoint the following men to serve as Directors Call Chas. Helm Jr. tI.-..... "SUPBIMliailT"] QUALITY WESTERN; ; BEEP; RIB

from Clay County; re: The Articles of Incorporation of the .l.ItfUL reoT leE' Close

SERVICE Lyndon B. Johnson Technical Training School Ins? O. E. Wiggins Trimmed I 89c
and L. M. Beasley from Keystone Heights and James T. NOTICB TO BID STEAK
Th. Clip Commliiton of Or n
Cor. Park A King Jacksonville Norton of Oreen Cove Springs. Cove 'pIIIIf'. rlorlda will so.trot Ul.
Motion by Commissioner Oreen, seconded Commissioner .. 4.<1 Mi up to I P..,. on
Phonel EV 1-SOtT or EV .....1 January I. 1MI for Iwtnly-Mvt
Murrhee, the Board adjourned to meet again in regular on.-iory dupl.s housing unlti "SUI'ER-ItIOIIT". PORK: LOICHOPS SLICED; WESTERN; PORK
I session of December 14, 1984, at 0:00: o'clock A. M. nciltl *n deactivated Naval { .
Station. property soar Ormoy 2 to 3-Lh.
I Luther Wilson Chairman Spring. No ilnvt unit I
Mi will b. .<.y.pl.d. Minimum '
TIREsm Attest: bid. pr unit not I... thin II,. : Avj?; kK. 49c
I George L. Carlisle, Clerk son 00.Ttii. '
City Commission rirv . LB,
bid.. .....
..... the smallest U the LAROEBT! Ron Z.tI ner.
fitCl..rh Capt'n Johns',RtaJf U. Fry II e*. pk. "Super-Right Cora Fed Center Pork

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