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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 ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
Publication Date: January 28, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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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VoL 39 No. 4 GREEN COVE SPRING, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1965 -- 10 CENTS PER ,curl



r- r' ;Prominent in a gTynes and Citizens School



As: A Matter of f Fad Park Commission Race


Committee Map Higher Levels



Dept of Useless VilUl SUtlstlcs: '
Of Florid! Ox provisional governors and 35 elected Johanson NamedModerator Three Committees

governors.. Clay County has produced none . but neither
have most other florid counties. Indeed the Florida to,- s .ve For
ernor'i office since 1823 hs attracted what may be the

most eosmopollUn group. ,.of van. "' of any eutern state In North Floridasee To Push For Higher
the Union. ' y'Jr.
after In 1S33 ( editorial page :3) M
It was more than 60 years the appointment

of the first'provisional Governor that a native Floridian The Rev, Richard Q. Johan. Academic Standards
made the trade. He was Osslaa Hart, born In Jacksonville :
son, minister since I960 of t+dEtPi'n'1W
in 1131. The son of a "founder" of Jacksonville, he became First Presbyterian Church, (See Editorial Page 9)>)>
Governor In 1S73. Ocean Street. In Jacksonville was origlnal-
Oreen Cove has been ,
ly Oaalan Street. YVd, May By VUUUNU Roe
Moderator of the North l+ kbt A
Of the six: provisional governors UM2-U44), three were da Presbytery for 1888. A program to raise the'aacetJe4 I darda of the

Virginians, two North Carolinians and one a South Carotin He served as Moderator County's publlo schools was launcfl4ofc j n front last

Ian. the Birmingham (Ala.) "IE. 0
Of the SS elected governors Including Haydon Burns bytery In 1858. At a dinner In his honor. Jesse P. TyniyIe County's

four were South Carolinians, three Alabaman two each Born In South Africa new superintendent, Public IiuaiwUJ| *nnounecd
from Kentucky. Massachusetts and New York; and one Walter O. Warn, (Cle"1) mayor ef Orange Park fer the
his father served as a I the formation of two committees whose air wftr/M>to explore
each from George. Illinois, Maine Massachusetts. New Mat U years, win face his first opponent u five elecUena any, Mr. Johanson was, for methods of Improving the publlo schools' qdantatlve
Hampshire and Virginia. That would be 11 outlanders vs. I when. I, (right Jacksonvillebvjstoes
os> Febrasry Larry KeOey, ) first two decades of his standards.The .
the'I ..
17 natives. ....ItaD&. .ran agalnit aim for a sest ea tbe fesslonal ,, career a i'\ night before, the CUlsens Bchol Committee went on
three Florldlans\ madeIt. '
Until the Twentieth Century, only
In Weat Africa. He record broad of academic
Orange Park Ten as favoring a program action, as
addition to they William D. Hlo:=ham. the c-ra-
In Hart were
In Africa, Europe and laid down by the Florida Education: Association to provide,
llth and 17th governor who was born in IDS In Leon Otaav a men ef assay hats. Is not only Orange Park ,
United State. basically, more funds for the County school system.At .
County and educated at William and Mary Collets; and Twit Cseamlaaisaeri be Is ales a Comity Commissioner, '
The North Florida the Tynes dinner In the Charles E Bennett School: ,
the 15th born In Panama 'chaJnaa of the beard ef the Bank ef Oran Park, preal-
Francis Philip Filming governor P Jr
tery Is the administrative ,TYNES the new Superintendent warned members of his staff they
It dent of Pleiida Sa Corp. and of Clay.Oil Corp He Is
Park In northern Duvsl Counts Family legend says was legislative body of the rlntead nt ef geheola, may be called on for evening consultative work to Implement
a happensUne that Governor Fleming. was not born on anew to the side daughter of S. Bryan .Jennings, the
tartan Church It comprises the program of,the two committees he named'
the family plantation at HIbernia. .aly sea of the late Governor William S. .Jeanlnga.Keley . Presbyterian. churches In Cove church attended

Ok Odor a native *f o.t:, Is a gradoate In North Florida area. meeting of the Tynes, himself, win head a committee' which will con,

Bejslaeas. and Manages Eaglavcrlag. at Rtgen Velvet Mr. Johanion and last week when the cern Itself. 'with a general betterment of the academic standards -
More than It million In short and Intermediatetermcredit ally sad Is president of Cenamltlag Aatarlstes, las.. la Jack. Tucker ruling elder of was named Moderator. i of the ,I public school system. Another committee,
was extended: last year by the Northeast Production '.oavfOs. He nude aa amaecessfml bid last sprlag la a headed by''A. b. Ductal, principal of the Green Cove Junior

Credit Assrt. to 1)3 farmers in the Association's 7-county three-eoraere: race, fer'the Coaaty. ....... ....... -1Ii High School will formulate I detailed program to raise{ the
academic sights of the County's public schols.
area which includes Clay.
This figure! represents sn aBtlm record loan volume --* First Hat in GCS Ring '
The night before. J. H. Doulwsre of Orange Park a
than 13 tent higher than In the preceding year.
more per
member of the board of directors of the Florida I'.ducatlcnAiaoeI.Uon'
The PCA. a farmer-owned and operated credit co-op. New Personnel Frank Mores, an employ of Ocean Cover has Indicated he
Manager Program Action Committee presented to the
has extended: a total of more than leo million In credit the Southern Bell Telephone would qualify when the two
members of the Cltisen'i School Committee the report of
service since its organisational 33 John W. Incumbents have done and
years ago. I' Co, qualified on Tuesday to so the Association's Action Committee.
Huntley of Doctors' Inlet, and S. D. Saunders, of Mlddle- :'J.p. run for one of two seats on the a fifth Is itlll I "thinking .It
burg are directors of the Association which: has offices ./ '1f oven ,Cove City Commission overt After approving t ''via. 'ranging program 'of action

In Jacksonville and Palatka. IIr on hI>>. 3. Mores, a native New York. members of the Committee agreed to meet on Monday, Feb.

." .,. ... Tbeiwodncul Ielltl." City e. attended' Jacksonville.\ v3nlvenwit7 1. to discuss Pith state Rep. Louis U Huntley three" additions
-f f* ,*;", WM ease r..... I'I'W* ,... ; to.. 0"Manegn Ben ZeUner end Commissioner -' . H* ,entered'tnf'rTarf'at ' provisions Which'win require Legislative action.,These
} w :Six: county students at St. Johns River Junior College' Warwick Kenney an'' the age of 17 in World War are: '(1) thai all stale floe track funds go to the school

made the "President's List (A average) last semester and both expected to Qualify with II and has lived In Green Core system; which Is to say that the County government forego

II others made the "Dean's 1.1B average). I In.the next: two weeks. A fourth nearly 30 yean.JM Its 90 per cent share of these funds! (3) abolition cf the,
,Those on the President's List are: Cheryl' Benardlnl. fees now paid the County Tag Assessor for collecting: school
Linda L Cooper Charles J. McOuchln.: \ Winston W. McNeil r tax mlllage; and (I) ft 'statement of minimal' standardsand

Leonard Schlomer and Talmage Stuckey. ;:J to Open Offices Here qualifications for candidates for ,the post of' County'
Those on the Deans List are: Roy L. Cox: Jean Daniel. Superintendent of Schools.

Larry Derrick, Barbara>> Eppert, Rebecca L. Hair Leroy r 1eI Johns.Msnvillt's two top officials! In Florida are After giving unanimous approval to a strong recommendation
Jackson James Wen-,. Shirley Roberson. Donald L. Robin scheduled to set up offices in Green Cove within the that the School Board hold Its meetings in the etenlng -

son.Judith Stough George Weeks Alice V. Williams Nancy .j( next few days.Jack the. Committee approved the following recommend,
Williams. Richard McOlffln: Leonard P. Carter. Walter A. E II..... who .UIIM manager Of the Corp. lions:

Sheridan Sharon L. Simpson and Larry A. Wber. oration's Transit aabeetos plant here will arrive! 1. That the eehosl eenstrueUoa fund be lnereae

ItI sometime this .",k..nd to take over planning" for the |2M far each new siadeet
With receipt of another 111.000 of State race track tax rut multi-million dollar plant which: scheduled to
3. Thai the srHool I sales tei had be Increased for
funds the county has now received 111,000 more than It begin opersting In September..
each teacher unit, frees IftM ie .1.... fee the ......
did in the first half of the 1M4 fiscal year according to Carl) M. Bennett, who has been named sales manager
Marie .,ntft'. ha bveaBsaed ....14.. general ....
State Comptroller Ray E. Green. The January payment Is Deejglas Black a ream Carpe of the newly-crested" Florida district of Johns
19.000 greater than the amount paid a year ago. In 1M4 I ......*... usage of tbe Green Cove HsHngs Tans Msnvllle's Pipe division Is due to occupy ft suite of I. Tbl I....., reUresamt be arcade fiscally .....

the County received a total of 171.000 from the race track .O*.. te eexeeed J. II. Gsmrd. acM l., I* a* *sn*.nee offices In the Qu1.81-Sana Hotel until Office space 4. Thai Mhelarehlta. be srevlded ref semen *re..
tax: fund. leant) ... this week by Daniel .. ifcaw. s.s....n&H..*l, ls available In the plant. Bennett has been assistant. srstlen.
Gamed wffl be mend U bead the eenpnr'e planning.eneeedlug .
op
district manager of the Pip division's district of. I Tbal sdeejMto. unseeing be nvldeei' fee purchase.
.
Carl Me......* who will be Cran.'"" te the
flees In AUanta.lice. .
.
;Floyd Onaan. of Middleburg. has been renamed to the HUkewt IN.C.I ,Uat e( BvrKagtea ladewtrlee, parent com leslbewk
., who hi been of the J-M Transit
manager
County Library Board and J. C. Sapp. Oreen Cove sttor Nay of Green Cov Var. dl.... a native ., llarrimsa.Tea I. Fer fall ItsplemeiiUlleni. sf Inereaaed salary
ray, has been renamed to the County Zoning Commission *, war setaeated at CarMn-M...... c.nr'I.. Tennessee pipe manufacturing plant at Dennlson. Tex, ls a native ..It...... fer ........n en eenllsalag eentreet.
educated st Louisiana -
of Port Arthur Tex: He was
sad upset three yean la the Marine Cor**. He II I saer ,. Tbal SfevUioa be made fee a trained UhrarUa
State University and Tulane University whenhe
;Carol and Edwin Baker of Lak Geneva, will joCa'tR ried sad Is tbe talker .,.Ewe peen, three; yean eel Mae speelstlxed In Mechanical and Power Engineering, unit fee every IN .,.....*.
dub members and Future Farmers of .America at Orals on ...... .... .
He ha been with Johna-Manvllle since I 1831,
Boulwsr! Introduced by former Committee President
Friday and Saturday to vie for honors at the Southeastern was
Fat Stock Show. Jambe LU In the absence Of Davis Drawn

The show will open Friday morning when steers sn received .
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weighed and mouthed. Steers will be Judged la the) .
afternoon. A grand champion win be declared. Ed Larson Builder of Keystone

4-H and PtA members will enter the livestock. judging New Medical
contest Saturday morning. Awards win be presented I


following,The Orala-Manon the judging.County Chamber of Commerce: will Former Commissioner Senator Dead Director SpeaksA

sponsor a fat steer sate during the day. ; ,
Hereford. Angus. Brahman. sad CbarkUs cattle Judging -

are scheduled for February 3-s at the Fat Stock Show The ..,..number- *f .Clay ,Crusty residents were In native of Pennsylvsrda; and three daughters
Florid Hereford AseoeUUoa spring sale and Charbray Tallahassee Wednesday to attend service for State Tr...- He was a Methodist a lied honorary degree Mason anda
cattle sate win be held during the week. urvr John Edwin Larsen former grand master of Masons for Plorids and patron

During more than a decade U which he was a ,..,- of the Grand Chapter of Florida, Order of the Eastern
'1C. T. axon of the Florida Department of Veterans dent SB* Wilder Of feystonc. Larson. .4 years old. served Star. H* was a mombar of Morocco Temple of th Shrine. ,

Att> let month to children of veteran who an permanently and slaw d nstor. Ho died suddenly ,Tallahassee Sunday He received the VJ. Marino Corpe National fvfenseAward ,,
totally disabled from a service connected disability or wtulc speaking at the d.akapou'ot' an-Easter: Seal RehabUtistlon and the American Legion Department of Florida
'who die whfl so disabled. Center 4 merit citation and was Florida chairman In I9Si and un

-. This provision of the law ate aBtfcoriaca extending! the Larson wee one of a group of PVnasyrranlsns who. of the Crusad for Freedom.Beside .
period of time daring which a handicapped child may receive founded Keystone Heights in the early Twenties. graduating from the Unhreralty' of Florid taw

special restorative training when each aa extension Is The first of the group. 'John J. Lswrenre, went lint School he held a degree &la business administration ..netIUOUnU.
.....". to xmmptlah the purpose of the tralatng to Storing and when It became "too big" for him he moved ....
Dixon urges aO veteran* so disabled or widows whose to the Keystone ana and set up the Lawrence Development Pahd Highway Safety
husbands were so disabled st the time of their taaebawTs Co. As treasurer and state Insurance commissioner. tenon

dtaLb..nd..bIt have child:,.. to contact their local Veteran Lav/rear was followed by PennsylvanIa State Senator cam to know firsthand th need for safety on the slate's
County Service{ Officer: or write to him at P. 0. Box: 1437.St. Frank P. Miner a graduate of Allegheny CoU te. It was hlghwsys He said auto Ineuranrc rste were determined by
Petersburg for further Information on this educationalaassrtaax Miller who In 1123 persuaded Larson also an alumnus ofAllegheny the states drt.....
program. to move to Keystone ad take over management It war st his urging that the Florida OlUen Advisory,
l of the Lawrence Development Co. Committee on Highway Safety war formed. ILl purpose war
Tests for Peace Corps spplieasts wffl be given at I 30 'Among other Pennsylvanians who moved.Into the Key* M oblate safety legislation, work for accident prevention
o'clock oa the morning of Feb. U. and spin on the ssornIng stone ana at about the sea tim an Prank Walrath and sad lower Insurance rates.K .
of March u. I* the Post Office buCdlnc u Jacksonville D. E. Pangbom. was a metnkr of the SUM board of education and Dr. feW ,.......,. (right) aewly amen aiedleal dire*.
and Palatka. I 'Larson served unceeaivety u principal ef the Keystone worked to Improve education In Florida, Ite also had boon toe ef th* Mary ors ('1Ia''". Penney Fans, ... 1st* arlatlal -
A release from the Waahirvton headquarters of the school Mayor of Keystone. State RepreaenUUve and StateSenator. concerned with menial health. If. bad been senior member ,al saier la* aieetiag of the Omen Cor MethoelialM .
Peace Corps says the teats an "sot passed or failed.* but Soon after th maurunUon of President Franklin of the Florida Cabinet" sine IN I. a'e Club be ..... Th fersser medical aileeliaary toKUaraga
rather they Indicate where the applicant's greatest potential D. Rooseven. be was timed Collector of Interval Revenue Larson was past president of th National Association of wee InUoelaeed te Ih* greejp by Dr. WUnass A.
Bee for Florida. H. ..* elected State Treasurer In IMO and Insurance Commlaaionen: Nstoeial AaaotUUMi of State Millard IMI Dr. Thaeler fas hh brief bib MeaeriWd *****

A Peace Corps OjueaUoaalre,obtainable at any post offe*. at IHs death wa dean of the Mali cabinet.He Auditors. CompUoOers and TreaMiren; sad National As* .4 Ih* **.U.lro aad s4lfall. .balhilag a h' piUI and
Coatlausd oa Page. Five' ) leave his widow. tina Clara Buesard Larson another striation of SecuriUe AdmlnlatrtUirs.\ serving virtaHr| indigent aortlaa .......

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HJZABCTM LEONARD CHONBt, ;..S8CTETAF.TPutUMte ,other afterpoozi' Mrgl; Bennltt of :Memorial HorneCommunity The .e..JDr. Oeeffe Bewar*

cam./Into T Cre.acent; 'office. She wu- all bNtso ana business IDI'UIe
tvnrr ,,",_DAY It CMSCOT rune INC.r. office cuy.
o. DOa eve starchy and antiseptic in her hospital auxiliary uniform. r The gruffer the man the gentler .

Shall Con STUNS. Homo Smiling\ warm and\ gracious she had a problem. By the PUI ( he is apt to be at heart.

TIUPMOM fits M4S16Sneon look on her face. I wondered if Carroll Wright might have Such men are more lovable
CUM FMTMI row AT .... Cave PPI _. '.oliNSUISCIII'TION
resigned to take a bank presidency somewhere else. than the slick suave insinuating

RATES ... But, no, It wu''t that. It wu a very minor problem sort who wear their virtueson
.
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ONE TWO TEAR YEARS If II*ADVANCE ADVANCE! ...... .... that concerned her. A'handsome setter dog had been on their sleeves and shock
the loose at Memorial Home Community for six weeks and r you later with, their, real nature

neither she nor anyone else out there knew what to do *.

about it. No one could get close to the animal, its collar "A soft answer tumeth away

For Our Future LeadersThe bore ; legend she thought identified it u a Oreen, Cove. wrath," the :Bible tells us. Yea

dog. What to do. sometimes ,it does, not always
e(
How often get mad at
we people
to raise the I dialed the Sheriffs office.
launching of a dual-edged program
and then get madder because -
academic levels of the County's public schools will come "The Sheriff'l'office, Peterson speaking" a voice, at 1r' they do not get mad at
the the County's more than the other end said.:. 4
a* good news to parents of married people,<*aad.old-ones
5,000 public school students. It wu Pete Peterson Jennlng Murrhee's administrative us. A good motto for young
But the programs being formulated and implemented assistant, whom I want to call "Red." DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD too, Is: Do not get angry at the
by Jesse P. Tyne. Jr., the new Superintendent of Public
I explained the problem to him. A very close friend of Churc same time. It makes a big
will
Instruction and by the Citizens School Committee e
"Well send a deputy out there right away," he said meal I
require the enthusiastic backing of these same parents.One hill tell us when he first met
with a quick warmth. "It does not cost anything to
of the important points' brought out In the famed the treat man he wu received "
old
be polite an saying runs.
Conant Report (on education in America today) wu that It' a small story But it is symbolic I think, of a 10 brusquely he WM not at all It does cost; it asks for restraint

where parental "compulsion" is present, youngster seek rather wonderful sense of public relations that young sure they could ever be friend. and rigid self-control,
more and better education.It Jennings Murrhee, who never held public office until a
He Sir Winston barked at holding back and keeping
Is noteworthy that in the investigation of cheating month ago, hu been able so soon to inculcate into a new says

at the Air Force Academy . cheating that appears to group of deputies. It is, I believe, the beginning of a fine him.Sorely sweet, when someone insult

have involved as many as 100 cadets . one of the principal relationship between the new Sheriff and his deputies on 9vvj yna ta.A/ puzzled he went to us.Was
the saleslady in the
reason advanced by authorities Is that the Academy the one hand, and the people of the County on the other. see a friend. Lady Lytton who
VM im WHAT CAN I DO POI TOW store curt with you or indifferent -
hu been placing too much emphasis on athletics. This Some weeks before he took office, Jennings Murrhee ,... was also a treat friend of the ? You were annoyed of
means simply that where an athlete was unable, because Invited "the local working press" to his house for supper Churchill family.
Tie,r'Mlen", "'"r Penh._. course; but if you are wise and
he hadn't the time, to study in order to maintain the and a questlon-and-answer period. Two good friends, Hank He told her of his experience,
not too hot-headed. Just
graces\ necessary to participate in athletic., he was in Drane, of the TImes-Union, and Oene Matthews, who owns and this was her answer: "The stop
Meet vehicle Involved .In excMent. em M! .... a moment and think. Try to
many instance, forced to use the work of someone else la the fine Bradford County Telegraph, were there. I had my first time you meet Winston
.eclNtnlcttl seadiNen. see things from her point of
:
order to get those grade own questions and answer They were, on both side, you see all his faults; the rest
view. She be tired to the
It Is also noteworthy that Clay County student at straight-forward and entirely candid. My main point . of your life you spend discovering may
bone her feet aching from
St. Johns River Junior College, In the past semester made and I wu fully backed by Hank Drain and Oene Matthew his virtues." ,

the best showing they have ever made. Six of them made in my attitude . wu that if the Sheriff office (or, I Worthy Advisor of Rainbow What is better than finding standing all ahead day of Possibly the
and 18 other made the might have added all the virtues of first, customer you may
the President's List (A average) any other County or municipal office in a man
Dean' List (B average). the County) kept us. . the working newspapermen of the and spending the rest of your have been rude or trying. Or,

In the tremendously competitive world of today . area . fully Informed, it wu always possible for him or Girls Names Committees We discovering his faults The perhaps, she has not had a letter
week from her O. I.
and competition for worthwhile Jobs Is becoming more, not any member of his staff to say: "This is off the record." two men became warm friends for

less, keen . a letter In football or basketball or anything I told him, Hank Drane told him Oene Matthews told him and worked together for many sweetheart in Viet Mam.
else count for nothing. What doe count 1 II where you the rigid code of any professional newspaper man always Wendy Jensen, worthy advisor Harts Pat Hodges Registration yean. It wu said of Henry Ward
school and how put "off-the-record" of the Oreen Cove Order Brenda Tyre, chairman I remember Beecher, the great preacher
went to school how good the wu, you any comment in the category of a going to see an
fared there academically. privileged ((1. e.:' absolutely confidential) statement.By of Rainbow for Girls, Assembly Jants Eschuk.: Publicity English businessman in Uruguay. that only those who had done
No. 77, hu named the follow Carol Spearman chairman. him an Injury ever felt the full
The Tynes administration to be commended for these the time I left I had a sense that this The meeting was most
young man leg committees: Way and Lynn Mlddlemu. Carol Ann force of his kindness. The
unhappy. I went thinking
new programs. was not about to take order from that there away
And if any civic organization in the County has done would be no vigilante atmosphere in the anyone County'; law Means Betsy Oroner, chair Jones. Hospital, Tray Favor him a cross between a ruder people were to him. the

better or more effective work than the Citizens School forcement (an atmosphere that could wreck our hope en- man; Chrlstel Mllberger, Carol Melba Bryan, chairman, Ann crab, a bear and a porcupine. kinder he WM to them.

Committee it difficult to think what it is. Indeed, its for the future). Spearman?Lynda KIrker. Social Loftln Ann Hager Nortene Never. I solemnly vowed, would What a fine tribute to a

painstaking and pertenaclous labors to improve our public I have said this before Sharrie Barrie, chair- Elliott: Janis Eschuk.: ScrapBook I enter his office again. But busy man who frequently must
but it Is so important it bean man; :Brenda Thomu, Nor. Wendy Jensen all have been bored to death by
schools could well be a model for every other civic organltation reiteration week after later I found his brusque man
week.
in the County. Despite some clash of personalities lens Elliott, Melba Bryan Refreshments line officers and put worthy ner wu all bluff, and we became cranks and senseless people.
( club
a that is I
deeply feel, lessening and loosening -
-k- every day of the week) Joanne Swan advisor the best of friends His Even Jesus could be brusque
; despite some manifest power- ton, chairman, Ann Hager, Serving u advisor to these
crustiness of manner concealed at times, but behind his manner
hunger that still exists (
and will, I fear, until the last
man Cynthis Harrla. Patsy Pater. committee Mr Sterile
are: *
an unfailing kindness He there wu an Ineffable gen
Larson faces his Maker), our
JohiEdwin great strength here In
Clay County
son. Paraphanalla Jenni- A. LeClalre. Mr*. Louise Smith.
is a broad tolerance toward was a member of my father's tleness. His words to the woman
our fellow man that transcends fer Hamlin, chairman Lynda Mr. Lot Gravely Mr Oer-
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racial and religious background. congregation in that mission of Tyre who sought His aid
The death of Stab Treasurer Jolut Edwin Larson remove lUrker, Dianne Swanson Sara aiding Parley and Mr .Mae church and when my father seemed very brusque (Mark 7:

from the council of the State cabinet one of only lie I say I am no better than any Negro or Jew or Catho Page Long. .,Decorations -, Hendrick. all member of the died, H. P., as we called him. 25-30), but He gave her ,.hat
two men with any firsthand knowledge of the problem or fundamentalist or Episcopalian, not at least, because Ann Loftln. chairman, Karen advisory board. was so overcome he closed his she asked.

and aspiration\ Clay.County of what their parents. were. And I.say not ,0f.them.Jt I
Ed Larson wu one of the group of Pennsylvania> who one: whit \better, than I. It seems to mtf this Is a prevalent

developed Keystone Heights; he served Keystone as school attitude in the County and I thank God for It.; This attitude -

principal and Mayor; and he served the County as Com- u it Is manifest by our public official will create a

missioner, State Representative and State Senator.He publlo image of our community that will bespeak enlighten

brought with him an aggressive ambition and a deep ment and a sense of progress and Americanism (In its best

i sense of public service At his untimely death lut Sunday non-flag-waving sense); and a decent respect for the basic
.he was dean of the State cabinet. i principles of Christianity

,** His warm counsel in Tallahassee will be missed. HI I think Jennings Murrhee and his deputies are on the
Interest in the growth and progress of his adopted County right track.
i* now a void. -
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He leave many friend In the County who mourn his The

passing. ,.&.rar9> :w '

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Johamon Honored ,

FllneraHome Your fAYS 4 / ;' ANNUALLY ON
It doe high credit to the Rev. Richard 0. Johanson,
to the First Presbyterian Church of which he is the min

ister, and to our community that the North Florida Presbytery '' CHARLES HELM CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT and
has named him its Moderator for 1905. Money

Mr Johanson, who wu born in South Africa when his t1 1 :I Funeral Director

father wu a missionary served himself u a missionary in 4*: OX ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

West Africa and wa educated In Africa,'Europe and finally,. Phone 284-9696!)
the United States. .. .:.

The Presbytery he now heads comprises 59 Presbyterian GREEN' COVE SPRINQfl. FLORIDA COMPOUNDED f ; QUARTERLY.

churches in the North Florida area. Mr Johanson's church HWY. II EAST P. O. BOX 441
bouts a congregation of 100. * -

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After all, it's your own money with which you are dealing. That is

why we believe that purchases and sales. ,of securities should be made Tsa olaanea MNimkij If we can'tborrow': your money

with a definite objective in mind. p.

Obviously investment decisions should be based upon a study of *t

available information. It is our business to provide the service and ,

facilities for investing in securities. That is why our research and May. we lend l you some of ?

analytical personnel in Atlanta are, ,daily concerned ,with the study ours

of'IDUY industries and individual companies within the varioue"lndustr. *

.'j oup. ..' ,", '':' :"!t f:: > .<*< :

Tke\r.concluelonie: i :opinions; 'in4 "research:* reports'are always available world 'f'W'

to investor i U! making decisions :, '
t'aid .
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the Jacksonville . .. ,
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Plavor And Fill Poffc With. Cheese Mary Francis Poppell
Green
Socials
I :Cove I Clay. County: Servicemen I I

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Midshipman Fourth CUM Seaman JecruIEdw P. Weds James R. Booth
Judge and Mrs. Thomas J. director of professional makeup .
Michael A. Young ton of MrsLeona Curott TON", son of Mr.;' and

Rivers returned Sunday from for Vlvanne Woodward Cosmetics. Young, of ONe cove, Mrs Robert C,Stone,'of Orange Miss Mary Frances Poppell son, Miss Jane Ryan the brideroom'l -

Jasper. Alabama where they. participated In the Presidential Part. has begun basic training "' and James Robert Booth were neice. and Miss! Cheryl
attended the funeral of
JoIrI.Uyer'a
brother Dunn Inauguration ceremonies last at the Naval Training Center ': ........ united In marriage last sta- Campbell. Miss Kim Kart was
Q. Mrs. Herman Reed returnedon
week. He was one of 600 TJJ3L Oreat Lakes HI. The nine-week "-t'i, urday afternoon at three o'clockIn the flowergUl.,
Vaughaa. Sunday from Jupiter where participating In the ceremonies. raining Includes'naval orientation the Pint Baptist Church, The bridal attendants wore

she spent the week as the Naval Academy midshipmen Naval history and organisation Orange Park. The Rev Gene floor length gowns of aqua '

Linda Righsmith. daughter guest of her daughter' and seamanship ordinance McCullough performed the satin with rounded necklines
of Mr. and Mn. John High- son-in-law, Mr. and Mn.: A. and gunnery military
double ring ceremony, and bell shaped skirts featuring
smith, who has been a patient J.Williams. Jr, and her grand Three county servicemen In drill firs aid and.survival. "".... ....' The bride Is the daughter of matching scalloped lace
CIa1 Memorial Hospital children. recently participated: a Na
on Mr. and Mrs Rex E. Poppell of overblouses. Their short veils
has been transferred to ry-Marine Corps amphibious -
Orange Park. The of illusion attached to
parents of were
landing on the beaches of Sardinia.
Hope Haven Hospital, Room Two of them are Navy Army Pfc. Arnett C. Chase, the bridegroom are Mr. and open pillboxes of matching
202 Atlantic Boulevard. Jack- MRS. CARTER WEST son of Mrs Theora Delafleld Mrs Charles B. Tebbe of Doc- color. The maid of honor carried
the third U Uar1ne.Seam.n
men a '
sonvllle.Mn. I I I Services for Mn. Annie Louise H. Rodger Oalney and Green Cove, participated In ton Inlet a bouquet of pink tulips
Exercise DEEDS: ALONE an Given in marriage by her and the bridesmaids bouquets
James R. Miller, both of
Harry' Perlman who I, Weal;;,, .a resident of_ Green; Orange Park participating in Ight-day winter field training father, the bride wore a gown were yellow tulips.

underwent major surgery In Cove for 39 years, who died he landing operation called exercise conducted near Nurn- Of delustred satin featuring a H. ,W Hunter, of Hastings
Baptist Hospital last week is last Wednesday at Clay Memo- berg, Germany by the 4th Timely and tasty is this recipe with excellent party possibilities fitted over-bodice 01.Alencon served as best man and the
reported to be progressing Medlandex will be serving Armored The zippy flavor of grated Parmesan and Romano cheese flavors lace ushers Ron Kart. Tom
Division. with
During the a Sabrina neckline were
rial Hospital, were held on .
makes the
aboard the attack aircraft carrier the tiny putt Deviled ham and creamy cheese filling.
nicely.Mn.. Friday at the Helm Funeral USS PorestaL Marine Pic. maneuven, Chase received extensive According te Borden home economists, any of the flavorful varieties and calla lily sleeves. The full Kart and Arthur Barthlow.
Robert of Mr tactical training under of cheese spreads thinned with a bit of milk or cream could also be skirt with a self bow ter. Following a reception at the
Home chapel She II Knowies. eon
John Hall returned was yean Louis Knowies, of Green Cove simulated combat conditions. used for a ailing. minted In a chapel train Her (church the couple left on a
last Sunday from a weeks visit old.She Th.. 24-year-old soldier a 'DsvlIeJ nan WW Cheese Pale shoulder length; illusion veil attached trip to St. Augustine and Daytona
with her sister Mrs R. P. Cat- was the wife of Carter participated in the operation driver In Company C, let Battalion (Makes atevt f-J/t tpt) to a crown of lace, seed Beach. They will resideat
West. Besides her husband she I I while serving aboard the guided 1 ((8-o riur.) cream ot tablespoon weIMralna Un in 8t Petersburg.Mike USS Little of the rtvislon's list pearls and crystals She carried 3833 8W 33rd Ave., Coral
leaves a daughter Mrs Nettle missile light cruises cheese nmt pickle nlisK .
'- Infantry near New Tjlm. Germany 4 devil a bouquet of white feathered Oables.
Barwick and,a Rock. Oalney Is the son ofYn. ((4-1/Jot cans) *
Maguire and Joe Puhl Prances Oalney and Miler entered the Army ..Inbruarr IlUA carnations centered witha
returned to Putnam Universityon Louise Barwick.cranddauchter'l I and Mrs 1904 and completed Itt cheese soften at room temperature. In a medtum-stse bowl, white orchid on a white Bible.Miss .
ls of Mr.
acoJa. the son For a Geed Printing Job
hum and relish blend well.
basic training at Port Jackson whip cheeie until fluffy Stir in deviled Yvonne PoppeD, was her
Monday after having spenta Pallbearers : James H. Miller. Cover Place in refrigerator to chill whils preparing CAaPays sister's at Reasonable Prices Can
B. c. maid of honor. Bridesmaids
few days with'vacation.Mn. their parents. Jr., Clifford Geiger Jr..Edward Cheese Faffs /Hot*. 10 tmH ps,f>) were Miss! Paige John The Clay County Cres ens.
on a semester
Bradley Allle Xvey, Carl Ro- CREEK COVE SPRINGS eggs I' .
/ 1/9
aenbushand 'William'Kenne,. Army Chief Warant Offlcler 1enpbbutt.r cup grated Parmesan

Kathleen Bayer. Val The Rev. Richard O. Johan- Steven E. Jones, whose wife ,/& cup sifted all-purpose) floor and Romano Paid Political Advertisement
1/2
>Priest and Mrs Pst Turner, eon minister of the First Presbyterian lives In Green Cove has been bupoonsalt chetM'I
In ttadium-alie! saucepan,bring water and butter to I
consultants and Mn. Mickey Church of" which assigned to the US. Army Reduce heat to low. Add flour and salt all at one tints. '
Bridget, director, attended a Mn. West was a member officiated Support Command Vietnam, ouily 1 minute, or until mixture leaves sides of pan ELECT'LARRY: :
beauty clinic at the Robert at the services. Burial .awuW. as a personnel officer. He en.toted ball. Remove from heat. Quickly heat In eggs one at a time. Add
cheese blend well. Te make puff it_drop mixture by teupoonfuls
Meyer Hotel last Monday was In Hickory Orove cane the Army In 1948 and was 1-1/t inches apart onto tingreased baking sheet. Bake in not oven KELLEY
evening. The clinic was eon- tery. Helm Funeral Home was .. Lest last stationed at Fort OreS (.aI'I'.) 10 minutes. Reduce heat to moderate ($I50'F.)| bake 10
ducted by Ben Benson, field In charge of arrangements. Untouchables ..43 23 Calif. minutes longer!.or until brown. CooL With sharp knife, slice ofl TO TUB: ORANGE PARK
Joken ..... . .. 45 23 and reserve tops Scoop out soft dough of bottom half of puffs|
nil with hun-cheese mixture. Replace tops. U desired garalsa with
TOWN COMMISSION
Kingfishers .... 44 24 OP WOMAN'S CLUB nmley sprig, or roll edges In chopped parsley.Green .
Champions . ,. 33 35 '
Driven .. .. .... 30% 37H2IVi TO IlEET'3Rd. I : Hosts
Cove B.P.O.F.
RIVERVIEWRESTAURANT Profssson .. ...to Sf U
The Orange Park Woman's
MagnoU..84 44 Club will meet at the club- The Green Cove Springs Benevolent I Following a lunch served bythe
l-Balls ...... .. ,33 <.
MUM on the evening! of February and Protective Order Oreen Cove BPO Does,

After leading the league for I : 4 at O'ckCk- their of Elks! were host last Sunday, Adolph R.. Mantels of Inter.

many weeks the Klngfishen monthly meeting and card! January 34, to approximately lichen, vice president of the

Hwy. IT at Blaek Creak! were overtaken by the Untouchables party All members are responsible 100 Elks! and their wives st an northeast district conductedthe
and the Jokers and for one ticket at tl each all day clinic. All the Elks! afternoon session.

have dropped to second place. Reservations may be phonedto lodges In the Northeast district

They're actually third as the Mn W. A. Weaver 31471T. sent representatives.The .

DUStN". S1n LUNCHEON Jokers and Untouchables are < morning session was d

tied for first place. conducted by Grant W. Elgh- RADIATOR

may, Jr.. of Lake City, district
award won
High was LHtle' Classified dds
"The Pest' Seafood Rib Roast and Steaks game .
by John Kelley with a 212, deputy and Grand Exalted CLEANING
Bring mg Remits to Ruler of the Northeast BPOE.:
Short of Xeu IV*." while Bart Christians 413 set
led the women. A 530 set b, Uter Try one and

Bill Dunnavant ,was high for REPAIRING
$tt
the*men* -' jfowr jrttullt .._ ..,S PARTRI'tiGE'WELL t I would like to serve all the people of Orange Parkon

their Town eor mf.tUon. 1 would like to serve them
GUARANTEED WORK .
I'akl Political Adreiibwnent 111 all the meetings'6f the Town Commission
.
*
DRILLINGCOMPANY | promise, as your Commissioner, to work with the
,or'
Commission lo seek out study and plan, an organised
Lot uli clean
1 m a nec program of our municipal ,and civic' development ,

uses l.tt and r.piiiryour i one that will be entmulaitlcalty endorsed by an our ml.

( :.;" r THRU.6" dent . one thai can be Implemented on a scheduled
WALTZ (S0 OHD1IJ.M) ) lOCK AND AKTUIAM WILLS radiatornow. basis.

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I promise as your Town Commissioner, to work for
On 2 to the ,ferine.
February : Well SpetJefM all the people of Orange Park.

,1 VAN NESS
ELECTRIC PUMPS I

Orange Park Town Commission WATER SYSTEMSF. BUICK PONTIAC, ... LARRY KELLEY


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Ones c... Ppsl.tgePbos ORAXOK: PAHK TOWN COMMISSIONER: :

251.5695f1.NM

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Special V-6 goes easy on gas

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a/ATM .WILL. ASSOCMXKWf 1 Its low price

5160 HYDI GROVI AVI. )

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During the 16 years in which I hare Mired on the Orange Park

Town Commiaaion, greater Orange Park baa grown from a community

of Iras than 1,000 piteous to more than 4,000 today . "theTmoat

coveted residential community of Greater . \

e "DM you torn that
Our police force, our fire department our street ,and 'itrcetlighting
HgJitonr
l and more than anything, oar beautiful home and oar fine
Theft see en VMswreees.V>vIse.
citizen are testimony to our ever-developing progress and solid, yeti SM seawtf t. raaesceMM

ejected growth. vsfaeMM yesmsw ye* hood. And ....*.... 6atell..
used 1M Me6aa5ee sl..esd by We put < big" reasons to bop a Butek *>eel.t adder the.
The Trevelev Um...aat ef I... of !dIhelleel.. thrifileet ,ylis4en'. .
Viee The .b are a Ml
A* your mayor for the past 15 years I hare worked with you M M the Isg. AjI.Jve.
..... AM W eitt6gls
se .. They're all l"U 4 In neat IIM
oar residents toward the progress of our town aa one of beautiful ewr yipped you a..nUy en?23.ubt.JOUr inehee, end US horMPOWfr, and ..... .desrarteeetemIeu
LATER SMITH V.I__ They edJ up to >>
home of 6 sytiedere seem prim TW. lOt all 5PMI" sports Buick

Buick I quality. The price laP We saved. the
IraJiiiooal
I ask your support at the polls on February atcood. MAKMY: eomat. Buck etyU end

bees for Ust.

w ItssO .eeaapasua .....-..-.. al/wd ....M......... V ee.rl y t. t.-= ..... .......
VOTE FOB AND KK-KLKtT: : : Ogee belasS 42343.00 =r' =-..::.=..: :C, .=:-_.... bet..::.c=:c:: C

.; 1M4M/ WouUa'l J" really rather.. 'nl.I...,
WALTER G. ODUM I .
1IUft.. Mieea elvesoS
I ........., painaemaM
etaesseaatse ese.aaeso See ye..local s d orted BuIck dealer.
I ORANGE PARK TOWN COMMISSIONER ---' --..... TUNE IN 10WUI THOMAS AND THC NtwS-CM RA3IO



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QIatf( Qtauntp 4Ittct1 t- THUKSDAY. JANCAW"' U,"1661



I Gifts to :Marchrpf /Dimes Financed :v. Cracker >And Milk Make A Piidding REPORT VA ANNUAL DEADLINE INCOME JAN; 11 As A Matter ,of Fact

More than 12.000'cUlabled (Continued from pace One)
Research 64
Promising' ( Projects in
Veterans and the dependents must be fllled out and submitted when.an applicant takes
of, deceased! veterans throughout -
( for the
teat
not register be-
need
Applicants
Nine March of Dimes Florida are warned that the the test.

financed research studies i in final deadline, of January 31, forehand.
birth defects have shown 1B8S. for, their annual income There are two parts to the Peace Corps Placement

outstanding progress in 1964 8 report Is close at hand.B. Test: a general aptitude test and a modern language ap.
The projects were cited by ., J. Oannon, officer In titude test for which knowledge of a foreign language I Is
Dr. Theodore E. Boyd, research charge; VA Office,' 'Jacksonville not necessary. Applicant should plan on about one and a
half hours at the testing center, unless they wish to take
director for The National r <<, says that 'cards upon
the Spanish or French achievement test.' For this optional
Foundation-March of which the Income report must
Dimes. : j be made have been mailed toaD test, another hour should be added.

"Each year In the U.S.,250,000 pension recipients in the The results are used, with the character references and
babies are born seriously defective ,..AQY area. questionnaires to estimate the applicant's potential for
Dr. Boyd said. "But These cards should be- filled completing the Intensive training program and Ms abilityto
new knowledge is being gained
daily. The nine developmentsshow out completely, with care to be an effective volunteer overseas
that March of Dimes contributions avoid folding or mutilation,
are financing promising and returned to the VA by
Graham crackers and sweetened condensed milk hake
studies
Dr. Boyd reported that in tailingbaked pudding and saueo. Here's a pudding with read.: : Jlnu.ffll. Otherwise-the .VA List Tour -
1964 The National Foundation. fashioned flavor. For belt results with the sauce-combine Ingr by law will be required to cease
:March of Dimes appropriated dienti lust before serving, as it has a tendency to separate or payment of.the pension to Clay County PropertyWith
almost $5,000,000 for research. standingHert's the recipe ss developed in the Borden Kitchen) those who have failed to report -
In addition there are now 51 Crahaai'Craeker Paddlnf .
March of Dimes Birth Defect (Makes$to sit sup iirvtngi) their Income.
Treatment Centers across the Pension is paid on a basis of
he said. 2 em separated 'J cups (shoot 80 crackers) Frank W.: Brown
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country
The nine projects cited are as 1 cup Eagle Brand Rae graham cracker need and to exceed the established -
follows: :: Sweetened Condensed crumbs income ceiling resultsIn
1.German Measles Teat First )lIlk. t 1/2 cup black seedless raisins removal from the rolls And Aroddee
butterrnelted
clinical use of a new test to tell ."" __ 1/4 cup 1/2 cup coarsely chopped
whether someone has already 1 teaspoon vanilla extract walnut meats BegMenJ Bed Estate Brcksr -
measles CLUES to origins of congenital heart defects were developed by 1 teaspoon bakingpoirder DeMOLAYS MEET
virus
had German -a gui TJJ. Highway 11 Orange Pull
disease which can damage an Dr. Oscar Jaffoo, Stale University of' New.Ye"', Buffalo. .' ', seen with. In a medium-ill mixing bowl, beat eggs until foamy. Mix in St. Johns Chapter, Orderof Pfau ........ -
unborn baby when it Infects the lab Militant. condensed milk, butter and vanllls; blend thoroughly. Add baking
mother during early pregnancyhas 'powder, cracker crumbs, raisins, and nuts blend well. Turn I Into a DeMolay, met In regular
shown It to be rapid and Dr. Joseph Dancls, New York' chromosome ,were found to neavily-grcaied, 1-qnart ring mold. Bake in a slow ((326'F.) oven session on Tuesday, January
reliable. This was reported by., University Called dysautono- have peculiar structures in Cert.ln for 40-48 minutes, or until top is golden brown. Remove from oven. 20, at 7 o'clock In the Masonic
Dr. Gordon C. Brown, epidemiologist. mia,the condition causes excessive white blood cells.\ Victims With a spatula,carefully loosen edges of pudding and unmold ontoa Lodge;
University of Michigan.! sweating and saliva, skin have multiple physical defects serving platter.Serve with Foamy Rum Sauce
Z. Discovery of Cell Abnormalities nsion and and usually die early. Since I The present officers are: rrnawAthNOW
in Patients with Dwarf- mental In retardation. similar defects occur in other Foamy Bum Sauce George Swanson, master councilor : -
Ism. Dr. Andrew E. Lorincz, 5. Findings Link Birth Defect diseases, finding the blood cell (Mike about 1 clip) ;,, Kelley Chapman,'Junior
University of Florida, discovered to Abnormal Immunity Mech peculiarities oners a useful 1 egg, separated 1 to 2 teaspoons film flavoring
something wrong with anism.A rare inherited disease, method for diagnosis. This was 1/3 cup sweetened 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract,, councilor; Jimmy Williams,
liver cells in children with the ataxia telangiectasia, appears > by Dn. Frederick condensed milk junior councilor; James Fletcher
disease called Hurler's syndrome .0 belong to a group of diseases Hecht edE..1 R. Hifthns. and M. In a small mixing bowl,beat yolk until foamy..Add condensed scribe: ; Seth Thomas, standard -
: a form of dwarfism. Involving hereditary defects In Lutzer, University of Washing era OPEN
milk and flavoring. Beat M blend bearer Ervin Chancey,
Enzyme-containing sacs were body mechanisms which pro- ton. well. Beat egg white until it holds ;
found missing from these cells. vide 'Immunity. This was reported .. Disorders Possible with stiff peaks.Gently fold into the condensed milk mixture. senior steward;; James Terrible
The clue may pinpoint the error by Dr. Robert A. Good, Hereditary Variations of a Single Bent toprepare lust t./ors nrvinff. Junior steward; Jay DeRol
In body chemistry responsible University of Minnesota, who Ensyme.A variant has been sler, junior marshal; Randy COIN OPERA'rEDDRY
for this birth defect. discovered that children with I found of a blood enzyme whichIn
S. Mental Retardation and the disease are poor at producing an abnormal form affects sn CHURCH NOTICECHRISTIAN wscs OF METHODIST Ourr, chaplain.
Congenital Anomalies In mental antibodies,are prone to respiratory estimated 100,000,000 people.
retardation of unknown infections and lymph- Called G-8-PD, it is important CHURCH TO v MEET CLEANING
SCIENCE
tause, research indicated something old cancers and have an underdeveloped clinically because most people
went wrong before birth",, thymus gland,the who have it In deficient form react SOCIETY The Womans Society of NEED MONEY?
rather than at or after birth. master gland of Immunity: Vic- abnormally to antimslaris
,t. vestlgation showed that of SO time are unable to coordinate and sulfa drugs, and develop Cor. E. Houston St. A Christian Service of the Methodist Homownrr pay off K4 Nerth Osage Avenue GREEN con SPRINGSJOY'S
ihh''lren with mental retardsJJJJJJ1 their movements. acute anemia Discovery of the N. Magnolia Ave. xUtlnc bill*. On.
...*f unknown cause, 42 per 6. Evidence Ties Up Autolm- variant was' reported by Dr. Church will hold their I II mall monthly paymentI .
'o 'd three or more nunlty to Chromosome Defects. Harry M. Kirkman, Universityof GREEN COVE SPRINGS next meeting at the church at lae.re.e slant
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scent: 'wtlUal I 'I. t:........... *...!...t tHJ.
congenital de- First evidence connecting abnormal Oklahoma. FLORIDA
visible ales,.
ThiI'"ssociaUon of mul-! chromosomes with auto- 9. Learning How Congenital 1 o'clock on February 2. Mrs. J. SMITH GO
tSto' anomall.l 11 strong evidence immunity, a process in which Heart Defects Develop, Suc. January 11. 1965 T. Luke Olennan will present
that reUi..uon of thla the body's defense machinery cessful production in chick embryos -' the All members are W. 1Kb arse *!!*.. Sr.sew. .
type II itself birth detect'lhll gets out of kilter and antibodies of the two most common Subject) ) LOVF program. ._ w.oau'sRadio&TY
was reported by lJ;, ,, are made that attack the body's forms of congenital heart defects invited to attend. I
;S ".... !, :| own tissue, was reported by Dr. found in man provides I -- -_._- ------ SHOP
4 Knewwl4Abeat h Melvin M.Grum'jacli: : ,Columbia fresh clues how the heart develops 111
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University; normally and abnor ,
llluK
.pf Ute
Ncr 3 llyst4M f P Fight
iW -. 7. Method for Screening Pa. mally. The per.formed *
i do.cUJ.
Joatioa-rovldlng clues ,g ;
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s with Chromosome Defect. by Dr. ,
1""":s ora rare hereditary 4W'\! j' i\ .ven with an unusual syn- State Unlvenity of New York, DEFECTS Joh n
j
ease of the involuntary nervous < Involving an extra Buffalo. FINAL STORE WIDE
JrDmt
system was reported byji c .
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YOU WERE lM THE SHOES OP r (r :
New Officials
Sell TreesAs I7TH CENTURY ORIENTAL 111 a I '
I DID YOU KNOWVOU WOULD
BK CAREFUL IN CHOOSING Mr*. John Hendriok has selor; Vebna LUMOII, chaplain! ;
part of Its program of week in the County Health I THE COLOR OP YOUR SHOES been Installed M president of and Jennie!iCanwall, musician.
civic bea lflcatJon, the Green Center auditorium kin. Prank SINCE IT SYMBOUZIO 4 vIN SOCIAL the Green Cove dro of
Cove Garden Club will put on Cowart showed color slides RANK BJPO. Doe. M1DDLEBURO MEETING
from around the World. Another Other new officer Insulted TONIGHT POSTPONED fThe >.
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sale,within the next two weeks, for the coming year art Fried
speaker was Mrs T. J. Williams countywide meeting on
dogwood and redbud trees. Chance, first counselor M .
district: director of the : Americanism vs. Communion,
AccordiBg .to Mrs. Charles Garden Clubs of America. mle Priest senior counselor; scheduled for I o'clock tonightIn
J Miller civic chairman of the The next meeting of the Iv N R / ea Ethel Eddy, junior,counselor; Mlddleburg. has been Indefinitely
sale will Dorothy Milberger,,,secretary: : '
club the net the club club which comprise! two circle postponed. _
little. Its baste ANCIENT GREECE ACTORS INTRA Evelyn Schlene treasurer;
very purpose Is *, is set for May. State Rep George B. 8U11ings. -
to encourage the planting of Hostesses were: Mrs John ,\ IM WORE SHOES WITH Wanda Novak inner guard: ;Jr, of Duval County,who
flowering tree throughout the Hendricki. Mrs. William H. 6'HEELS ALMOST A FOOT iu6H TO Harrlette er...,. outer guard; was to have addressed the
Oreen Cove_ area.' Clover. Mrs. C. R.WUllson and LEND DIGNITY TO THE HEROES Ethel Snyder trustee; and meeting; Is Involved in legUUUve -
At Its January meeting last Mrs. Vera Oraveley. I\ '' w MD SODS THEY PORTRAYED. Clarice Tome, oonductor, work In Tallahassee and
WERE Appointed at the meeting sent word he would be unableto
I f YOU IN TNt WOKS Of iMw were: Jean Wlckenhoter, color be present:
THE ENGLISH DURING TH bearer to the
presldenN'Helen The meeting was being spon
MIDDLE AGES AND WOREPOINTED.TOES
e Sklvonlk. attendant to, the BOred by the Woman's Societyof
EXCEEDING)
president; Mary Jane Pupkln Christian Service of the
2INCHES/YOU WOULD HAVE
John McKinley left receive the Ityeoes DlaUft lab- BEEN EXCOMMUNICATED. I attendant to the senior coun Mlddleburg Methodist' Church.
THE WEATHER IS WARMING fIN
ell Service Award frees club president. Frank Btrrlntton a. /
TUB PAR EAST TUB TINY FOOT IS THE LORE of FUGHIO.
The .....' Nlfht ant DJLA. ....*.t WM held last Friday THE SYMBOL BEAUTY...AND AS RECENTLY .'. I ,
CENTURY CHILDREN'S Fur WERE
AS THIS
-andTERMITES' evening at the Q.-I1...... Hal McKee was outer ef a
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FROM tmmiVB CATALOS
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oh. p..esgsrs Is such ash., vi.bees. .
call McCALLCOLLECT 1 "y.w ... e.d us.Hs. else that
COIN LATOCDBYViii Firearm Casualty Report Ike slime lset.d snip three menthe, l

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were reported
WILCOBI' tetle theegh, wees the
A FREE INSPECTION Fish Commission states ; however there I II s eta.aiampl.lnkng p uew,
that fun accident resulted in ,marked decrease' from 1863 1 An ee ety p.eteesn,
SIS casualties during'1864. 60 when 351 casualties occurred.: +r \ r" A.. Mrs UMWrfK ft. Uvle flew MOkeae
i q I I '-II 111111 .... I . II II i II III . I of which were fatal: Practicing: quick draw resulted with rellre 4 trewas
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In 6 accident: Russian roulette tkelrenTeeley es his
Of the SIS casualties, 61 of Mh.Ir..,
accounted for S, and BB
YOUR PRINTING PROftEMS Involved !
the accident hunters gun for 4. Target shooting on
with SS of the hunter being I
Including
ranges skeet trap
CAN BE SOLVED HERE youths under 11 year 'of a... and rifle ranges resulted In 1.,4Ii
Six of the aeeUUflty r4 feurred
I'.S.-Your friends have roaches! !' no accident for 1964.
while deer.v3 I
hunting while
The Game and Fresh Water .
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WIlY SHOULD YOU
Commission act a* a clearinghouse .
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animals othef'thaw' Isis ere 1lU1lltcte4 e any liltIII.
AND LET US HELP YOU.4N'lHN Inc game itructors. Lack of training in ..". ftwt". sendlllent these
and S not Identified, Seven firearm safety I II a major cause ..rII..,.. III 'ecI, nMdent
CALL MCCALL teen of the hunters ,..,I". sheet
were using flylnf lad| .ery
. yi'l I III . t II . IIII I I .'.i1i'4..#N+ rifle, 41 were uslng'tnotgun*, .of many accident: every year. eenvenlene. *. With en Air Travel
The commission: encourage Cerh,Inetente" see tkeirteilHirie
S were wing handgun* and 1 yes
parent to require their m.. behN rang e see, eves.
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SIX: .. ., OftWqfV; resCCUt: THURSDAY JANUARY 11. INSI'

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lion ofxverai Itema.of-interest d. Leon Hotel In St. Augustine REV. WILLIAM A. HARDEN

M H ,C & Penney Farms; I which, had' Appeared'' refentiirtiC 0 l.m. Price>> "1.20.1"or those Services for the Rev. William BANK NOTES_ . .. .. U,. -by Malcolm "

: 'ej",.ri stamps. who love not attended one of A Darden. 84, a,, resident at
Mrs.. Ackermam shjpwed: '' a these breakfasts do not miss ItoeupwiHtiMORaTHAMVoaoflsjoe.too
Reporter, MRS HERBERT D. MTERS, Pb 52I-I1II Memorial Home Community I" / 1 1 ($4T UXMNOWm >SyCHBCXANNUMUf.
number 'of colorful stamps ,issued this_:one.f\ You ,will have( an tcr-19. years.,..were ,held at jthe (IN HIuwTW.1MsSsswaeNEEDTOKEEPONWAS0uVf3.ePIWON

The tint Wonun's Oulld Miss Lulse Bollens; Keys for Hempstead. host tlnew':,:( African nations opportunity, to,,see?tblbwu. filack{ : Creek, Baptist, Churchrt,8aturda7. M VMJtTCMH.eo.
Mr. Oracey tlirul and. 100ft unusual hotel, EFFICIENT18 THE CHECK OCARIMSSmCM.PART
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Kitchen Cuboards, Mrs. H. D The session opened with the conducted,, a quiz .. The Rev. Philip
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meeting for 1985 held Jan. 13, thirtystamp. MM sill HUM TONMIS W TOW II EHHCMNCV! : IS MIK TO WS
Myers: custodian, Mrs. Earl singing of a hymn with Mrs. on dated frpm Btough minister of the church, ,QUEER CHARACTW6 OU1MI8OT1DM Of THa
opened with a brief business 1809 to the prsenLVotlnl' :Th. next meeting of the IfeQOQOWOOClOOOYTHEMIf (:M1iCIC.'IHE'f"PWNTK M MACNSTC MK
Morrison; pianist Mrs. H. Gee, Helen Springer presiding. She and the Rev.. Raymond. R.
Mrs. Wilson, t FOR HANOUMd ON I aBCTROUIC MACHMU;
session Edgar
Memorial Home Community 4
offered and extended Gregory, officiated.
prayer, A OVTBM PW610PHJ BY THI AMERICAN
presiding. This was followed cordial greetings to the k members on the. 1064 stamps: Association will be held In the Mr. Darden died at the Mary I SAMKIM MCOCMCnON AMP MOW UCGD OM
Last week while their
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on Music was the beet sanctuary Mon,,Feb. 1, 7:30: pm Naval 90 PCK CENT OF US.CHECKS ANDy
I by a devotional service led by annual Florida vacation, the and guests. This session considered Olin Clinic last Thursday. QVSB POZSM i WRSISfl COUKTWSS.yCAft / .
Miss Eva Hoover built around closed with the financial report -! design; Homemakers the least
'I Alex Huntmans A retired Baptist minister,
of Montpoller,
necessary;, Modern Art, the ,The Rev Howard Rogers will
the subject "Managing Our by'Mn.. May Orr and the OtgMGc
Vt., made their fifth overnight he was born in Rockford. Ala., '
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I, Lives" In a Moffat's translation reception of the generous offering wol'st ;'design. Mr. Ackerman be the chairman for the Memorial and educated at Howard
visit to their former pastor and was
of Proverbs this statement four when reporting for the nominating! Home Community 1965
> by guest :
and at the
wife College Baptist
the Rev. and Mrs. Ben.
is found "Let the Intelligent Messrs, Schriver. Curtis, Cleaver committee! presented the following March ,of Dimes which is taking at Louis'vfll.
Theological Seminary
nett Curtis. Because of their
know how to handle life." admiration for Memorial Horn and Batchelor ,The Rev, slate of officers' : President I place this week. H. will .. He held pastorates In
Mrs. Herbert D. Myers sang Clarence A. Miller served asHonorary the :Rev. Lloyd Ferris; be assisted by Mrs. Robert
; Alabama Oklahoma and Tex *VnaascFo4EcecANona
"The Lord Gave Me A Bong." Community they have many Chairman and leader Vice-Pres. and Program Chair Stony Coin boxes have been ANOUNTDFMONEVsi.Brio
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slides of pictures they have : as. Only one other family bad [ 4 &Il I
man .tha Rev Frank Oracey; placed., SXMNOHMATlHa
Mrs. Charles Coker presidedover of the devotional service. His *
taken In this area, which they been residents of MHC longer nun or ASOUT 10 PK ceNT A
the nomination election, show to their northern friends. talk was based V on 1 Peter, Sec'y.:, Mrs., Celia Pratt. ,They than Mr.and Mn. Darden. ,WHICH MEAN THAT SVwo
and installation of the new Chapter 2, and thoughts from I were elected by acclamation. THE ANMUAI.CHKK POUARTORMOVW
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INFANT SHOOTER
Other friends from Montpo- Besides,ids widow Mrs. Ida WILL MAVS WCOEO .
officers for 1965. They are: the Book of Daniel 1-8. He emphasized .The'prxtimeeUng'will i be ,
10ATKIUIOM.RB
lier, who called on the Cur- Feb. Graveside services for Ronald Darcleft he leaves four' sons: am
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at the home of the
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president, Mrs. E. R. Wilson; that in the "game of
Uses last week, were Mr Dan Durant Oroover, Infant Dr. William J. Darden, of
Rev. and Mrs. George Howard. wbeataNCNicNS.'w
vice-pres., Mrs. T. R. Runyan. life," it Is not important'thatw
iel Perry and daughter, Miss son of Mr. and Mrs R.' M.3roover. Stockton. Calif.: Dr. Paul M.
Sr.: secretary, Mrs R: R. Gregory always win but is import
Dulclna Perry, together with of Orange Park, were Darden of Houston, Tex.; Lt.
; treasurer, Mrs. H. Schu- tant HOW we play I He closed Mr William H. Howard, i '
I Mr and Mrs. Maurice Perryof held in Peoria cemetery' last' Col. James W. Darden of
chart; ass't. treas., UTS' O. L.: with prayer A men's 'double manager of the branch of the
Bradford, Vt. Thursday William B. Murrell Washington; and David'' B.
Parry; missionary sec'y: Miss quartet directed by the Rev.B. First National City Bank, of
of Indlanopolls, officiated. Darden, of Houston; and 11
Carrie Tarbell; literary sec'y., R. Truscott, and accompanied New York; In Argentina, and aerel
Besides his parents he leaves grandchildren. ,
Mrs. Ralph Nelson; social The annual meeting of the by Mrs. Celia Pratt, son ;;ofDr"and Mrs George t ti '
two sisters, Pamela and Cindy Twussoo isNlcoaoa Ks1hoewlelADne
.ee')'., Miss Alto Crum; public. "Honorary Members" of the W.7.T.U. sang the Spiritual "Lord, I Howard stopped off to visit ; Honorary pallbearers were: > TaernuoaaAs.AIDTOMAN5
ity sec'y.: Mrs. Harry Sutton; was held in the Sanctuary Want to be a Christian"The his parents at Penney Farms and a brother, Rowe; his paternal W, M. Harris,_ Jess Saundera, u'a
grandparents, Mr. and Sheldon Williams C. L. Saunders V b.e 1 saaseer i p lam os ssm.
Student Loansec'y.. Mrs. Robert of the Penney Memorial Rev. Gordon Craig,'MinIster on his way to New York. His
in. R. M. Orover, of Orange :
: Storey; nominating sec'y., on the afternoon' of I'I'Church' of the First Methodist visit,coincided with his father'sturn Jess Everett Allen Wager '

I Mrs. B. Brown; ushers sec'y, Jan. 19 with the Rev. A.r O Church, Oreen Cove Springs, to preach so he, hearda Park; and, Mr.his and maternal Mrs. grandparents Dallas I ,Tew James, Saunden and Horace -

good sermon! Mrs. Howard I
was then Introduced by Mr.
Moore, also of Orange Park.
Miller. was noticeably rejuvenated on I Active pallbearers were : I
Helm Funeral Home was in Freeman Everett, Wei I land,
AUTOMATE YOUR FARM seeing her "baby" gala.
After giving an Interesting charge of arangements. Short, Doyle Saunders Floyd I
resume of the State program SEE YOU'AT
A recent guest at the homeof Saunders Gerald Moody and
of research and education regarding '
WITH A PGAINTERMEDIATE William FOR THE BEST In aD-reond Arnold Tew.
A. Benitt
r- the rehabilitation of was his 'I
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ated the many problems facing Lt. in the U B. Air Force stationed PRESS, INC..f The tries eemetel7.Helm Funeral Home
at Valdosta Oa. Also '.b right.. was In charge*of arrangements.NEW .
; the Legislature and said 'The
TERM LOANa .,t. J; only answer is total abstinence Mr and Mrs T C. Watterson I Echie'sIN
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up to +m nil listeners that the church da; stopped for a visit on their 'AND I

7 years to repay ";' d must welcome all sinners way south Lt. Cannon is related -

) .7- people who are working together to the late Dr. Harrison,

to overcome many sins formerly the MHC physician USED CARS
Get the "cash" you need to [ ,
: of which alcohol is only

f t."V*,Jour operation' II ' At the tea which followed one., Mrs. C., K. Imbrle had the VanHESSBUICK-PONTIAC.Inc.
t r... M_ possible by Pro.1t-: t J"J"I ORANGEDAIE
: tf U Interest .'. Mrs. Hempstead and Mrs. pleasure of. a day's visit from
cis II One Cere .
: Gd the money J If'!> ;,' .- Springer poured at the beau her daughter Mary and her Ye$
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Prom: n. I.'''Om PCA tifully decorated tables. The husband Mr. and Mrs. HenryH. Deal Is Ma* ssa WIll Mato ill

:yon b'rOM shop men were the guests of honor VanCleef of Reading, Vt -STOP IN- *
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..._t..... pI' .. The '' Stamp Memorial 11 o'clock worship ,
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FretoUoii Credit .i4/ Elinradd Avenot I, Frank Oracey .with twelve '-. ..... M4-MSI Mreel Hsto . "

As.aeLY.. JaekseBTOe members present. On ,Thursday Feb. 4, the las SM-MM OC* I

1M Mala ......., FahtkaTel. 1 Tel. BT 41141Nertkaact I The meeting opened with a Art; Group" wUl sponsor ,the LITTLE ADS BRING M6 FITS

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UYER'S 'tata Baa /N*.'a
GUIDER ; IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OP IN Till COURT OP' II! THB ClftCVIT COTS IN IMPORT OP CONDITION or .
CLAY COUNT. FLORIDA. THE COUNTY JUIMC. AND FOR CLAY OVNTY t
p IN CHANCERY CLAW COUNTY! FWRIDA.>> FLORIDA. IN CHANCBMV.HO. ; BANK OF GREEN COTE) STRINGS
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PAUL'SAD Addr*** Unknown. hereby notified and requiredpreaent 10 Or tl'ITTHB ".,*.
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REFRIGERATION YOU ARB HERBBT NOT .. STATE OP "I.ORIOA-TOI aid
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or you
FIKI that a *.U has boa ,fled CHARLES EDWARD
H dG'T.Net"'RIaJ&Or aa.lnat you la tbo above *o. the. yule of HOWARD. KE81DKNCB: !: UNKNOWN KOUEHa: Ix>ana and dUoouat. ...........x.......... MII.MTH
UJ ncrenfw. titled cause and yea ar* hereby O. NAQLB. 41..,.....". Ute CountyJudge or MAILING ADDRESS Boi IT, Bank vremlien owned 111.111. ,It, furniture and.
aald County, to th*
SERVICE required to serve upon plal.llfreatlor..y of Clay County, Florid I Navy: UOteo Nature. |........I .. ............ .......H

I 'if k&\ .,NVh appear whoa.....acme.., your and writ adrei at hla office In .... court Aoue N.,. Fleet York Poll Now Of York flea Real estate owned .,.... tha bank prnlaa .... .. It,11LTOther

r C***rr.M*... Blafttamntlaad Open I AN.MIAM. ten defena. If any to the 1111. of said County at Oroan. l Ir CoIprlnie e.l-e I JOYCE W. ROVERS a aatt. .................... Mil,41

.. -... ianteot it ACREAGE 'It LOft of aomplalat
.. ....... 8trMROOM of wak I* dollvered to you the first publication ot this RESIDENCE UNKNOWN

rbn lhltaI Ceub Lea ledde..... Col r eLal herewith II. A., on D. '1MI.Merela or .befor* Ftbruary totloo.. Two' ooplen of oaeh .ll.. MAILING ADDRESS.1.1 IT, LIABILITIBIDtmand
ZMKMBndacM
fall not ., decree B"' ir demand ahall ba 1 In wrltlnmd f. Navy: ll1. boom af Individual, partnanhlp. aid "r>>-
rboiM tM-IStl Nwth .f orange Past 1NabWSetT1ig ....,.... will. b* *nt.rd .pln.t : shell elate the piece of re* : ./. Fleet Poll Of flea oratloaa l.lll.mtj

* l* "* B B ) GnaW CUf o..Ir1fetu7 you for relief prayed In the bill .lane. and post office Iddrusof ba YOU Nw York ARK Now York Time and aavlaft dapMlU of ladlvldaala. >artiankt>*. a.1eomponatlone
the claimant and ahnll. HEREBY: NOTIFIED: . ......
.. MIMTI
rrtiANCES BOATS ,1'ub1e TMSmNATURE OF Itllt sworn to by the claimant, 155 that a null ken ..." filed. aaalnityou
BRING FOR DIVORCB SAID, agent or attorney ..l< aeoon In the above Buns and you Dapoalt of Unlted liaise O.Trnint (InolndlBf ......

APPLIANCE rttONE. WITNESS my .heed and the pnld by a flllna dos .' ono ar* required to fll* your aniwerwith _yln,.) . 41,141.14
seal of said Court at Or... Cow dollar and auch claim or d.. tk* Clerk I of thli Court Deposits of State .114 polltkaj ..bdlvldou ..... '....,n.,1t

SERVICE MARINA 0fIIN w M4MM1Onas Bprlnta. Florida, t.... Tth day mind hot 8/DOROTHY*o mod ahall,C ALiFPA. the and to plaintiff nerve a copy or Ita thereof attorney.upon*. Certified and...,..0....' cheek, .&e. ...n..41

INLET NI" 111.1523 of January A.D'InL Eteoutrix af the 1..t .'. Hallow Chambora and TOTAL DEPOSITS .., ,. ,...,...? ..?,..15.111.111,ITV
W. Repair Afl BnndiSefVkbaf c..n
OBORUB: CARLISLBCUrk Will and Ttamant .r Adam. Barnatt National Bank ( ) Total ....... dapoalt. .4,141.4b
CIaI c.u" Aw L at By It. EDWARD: Q. NAOLK.doooaa. Bulldln. Jacksonville I. Florida, and aatln.. dponltalltl.MITI.
UERCVRT Circuit Court *d. not !stem than March I.: tell. if ( ) Total tlm
OVTBOARDSMERCROISER
Fa Steam Tear Cress Om SprtedTJTHOLSTERT phi Vivian H..SokmRichard .. ...,..
1. JEMNINOS: JR. YOU rail. ao to do, a 0..,.* Pro Other llabllltUa ..e e..e.o..n.e.o. .
T.
Oordl
C. Attorney for Katal of Cnfo will t>* *ntrd avnlnat TOTAL UABIUTIca: ..x.e.nnoo.o'e..e.. Mll.lll IIVAPtTAL
farkIfULLERTON'S"
range "lIt-.1U SERVICE Attorney for PlaintiffAddr you for She rellf, demanded
EDWARD a NAOLB. .*.*..... In
> ,... Complaint.. This. suit. la toorerlo.
BOATS Bank BulkMncOra flint publication Jeeu. 'I.I JJj 'n! $ .. morla-aca... The raal, I ACCOVMTI
TRAILERS Cov Sprint, FloridaMl. .... aa-alnit 1., Capital! (a) Common Stock. total par value |lt.,.4tlt ItftttttorpU
IU II. I.. SroAO5Blork II. MEADOW. I ..M*.,1.I .

M H. Orange>> Anne OOTBOARD RETAIB SHOT TO UPHOLSTERY -- -- IN THB ClllCl'IT COURT 'N Mat BROOK.thereof Unit .. aroordlnr to I OBdlvldad. proflu ......... ....o..0..01..o. 4I.4IMI

{ Cav SMB.- IN..... B.,. U Orange Past A Z IN rum. COURT OFTHB AND\ POM. CLAY NCSJIT.COUNTYPLOn1DA. Bonk I, .... recorded It of the 4n current Plat TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...,......

.SCH nuhlln record of Clay County, TOTAL LIABIUTIM AND CAPITAL
...... M4-PUI III llag... Anna COUNTY Jt'DOU. Florida
.. ...... .llt.UI.ll
JCCOPNTPIOACCOUNTING CLAY COUNTY. FLOH1UA ALBANY SAVINGS BANK Toa-etker with all itrudiirea ACCOUNT.. eo.o.'e".e'
GTMB OM Serials IN PKOUATK. a corporation.' PlalMlfLAWHENCB Improvement now and hereaft and

INSCRANCS: ...... U4-STM la r.' Heists of DENAEYBR: end N on sell land) and. all fixture MUOMANDA
ANNIE: K. JKNHIN8 A, : now or hereafter attached to nr Aaaati pledged, .r aMl I.* I>.....* MARGARET J. DICH"ICYICK."I.III ,
seed In
FORHTTORB
TO ALL CREDITORS: AND wife Defendant" nnmlnm herein connection, with the thor ..ro.*. (Includlaf not. Mid bllli rt.Hc..ntd

AND CANVAS WORK fBRMUNfl HAVINU CLAIM }* OP, 'rrTHK ,In addition thereto dcrlhd the follow.and and **. rltla Mid with atrmnt u r.puroha.o l.llt.tottt

FRANK mono BOAT TOPS A, COTHIONS8UPCOVER8 OR UKMANlm AGAINST "TATB OP ..I.oRIP"-"o.nd: In- .....'I".eI household applU (a) Isaac M afeow above art afttr dadiKtla of *..!...

TAX SERVICE AID IMTATKi: LAWRICNCIII A, nllNAlCflCR DENAKIEII: ancn, which ar*, and ihali h* U.nM .r .. ..... ......, .. 11,111.11
MADE: You aid Moll of are MARGARET I. : ,
you .. deemed
to be
.
LUte future Vifpfaiiii'
Kenney Owner Special Alai II...*..' notified. and required t. bb' wife nrl of Ik. realtvt and a I, Clara II. CII..ar. t>aUf el the ...*.-

| N Crane Ar. Oreen COY Ntnr Furnltan P....*., any claim which. y*. RNld.IWe nhnown." Hoi. mint Ran. and Overt RD." named bank, do aoUmnly swear bat thl* report of condition hi
.......** wit* ri...n.l, ferrlr I with the Old ComforCo \.. 0' ...11.. ot ,.. may have YOU AItO HEREBY NOTIFIED anlm I..*' Kmernon Fan true and correct.' t the bent of my knawledco and belief
Tat been filed
SSt-mi cult hna
aaalnet th* Satan of ANNUl: that a Prealn Water Heater Uadel CC
ersonalized Cvnpleto laMniMW Garage A. RtiatEL 11:. JENKINS: ........... lat .f you In. th. above caua and you 4nIiewefl CLARA M. CIIEMER:

Services I LIFE: FIRE: AUTO aid Co.lto eke ()oullyJrdr. are ...atr." t* file your. answer Warner Rei>.**... Wall rrcl-.Allll
fa of .'", Florida, with tk* Clerk of tkl* Court Heater Model OB Tin John K. TUadlort J. P. Mall. Jr.
*T HOMEOWNERS bla t..r.C.u.. overt Souse and lo **rv. a copy thereof opo M flnllon 011 Drum
at WlllaonElliott
Accounting & ., I, Triplet W. A.
Tax Its attorneyMnhoner
; ,... the plaintiff *r Electromodo Wall
U lUattr
of said County at CovSprint Model'
MORTGAGE GLASSIFeADSCOMFETENT : Mainlr
: LOANS Hndlow. Chnmb.rii anAdnma. Ruth Geiger
Returns *. Florida, within alt onendar BanHulldlni. .. IPpll1
Far BOSnTALIZATXONOrM month' from tho. tlrao o, . JJiebienv1111.I I. Florid : J. P. Hall Director
tko flat publication of ...1. March I: IMI. if h. WITNESS mr hand and th. seal, (IEAL)
Business Firms & Green Crt XMS54IMILKDEUVERT nolle Tw oonU/ of arh l lalm.r not Inter fall. Ikan to do a Der. PrConfenno .f this Onurl at (In.." Cove .tate af Flerlda. Cent? *f City, Mt
eo
you Spring., .
..' hall b. In Florid this II day *f attbaerrbed before this Illh day of January.till .
Individuals '......1UIe 111..1 : .m. writing will vela "nlrd :l.ni In Jensen, A.D, till, Sworn to and m*
and ball alal tb. pine* of re* ; mu fir th* :, I -IKOBOR: I. rARMKI.IO. Clerk and I hereby certify that I am not an officer 0' directorVivian
MAN OR WOMAN denr and pot orflo* add. the Complaint Thin ault ,la 10l..l. bv Merle 0, .
of th. claimant. and ahn.ll h .. .. ,.el, Oerhnrdt. 0' 11I1. bank
VIM mod Teed .. .. a mn" The Deputy L*. Kennay. Notary P.bll*
swore to by tb clabnaal. his properr proceeded e elnet UUt ClerkMl. .
Waste !. area seared kr tkl. ant, or attorney and aeoompanld I, Block I. BELLAIH .UNIT <. II. 11 My temmlanlm aiptraa February 1T. Itt?.
CAREY'SrLORUU by a flllnv fee of see ONE. accordln. to pint thereerecorded ,
........ U era. fill sad e4- dollar and aura rlalm or demand In Plat flank t, pane
TSADKU w. D. Morris not a" nl.. shall. b. ..1'. I* and IT. current publlo rtoo'd.
lest ... eels operated Mil .
|
/LJLLIB V. TOMLIN of Clar Co..|,. Florid -
c.,. IRIrnA F1NW A' ....> BUChlBM. Mat k. Aa Admlalatratrli. of tile Toa-ether with all ilrncturoa' led.
E. PhlMT Ie.,.,. of ANNIE' E. 1.0.......... now Set ...,..rt.er .
M M., TWL tlimtiUfM DtalrikaU Walled part .... Wnf wWI JKNKINa: .* ...*... on Mid land, and future. ...

> B. Orange AVMWTri. present twraptUom. (II I. tl T. I. JBNNINOM. JR. larked thereto alnn nil see
0Al Allnrny for 1':.'.'. of team, elorlrif, water. seA other
SMSN4iranire !Jersey Milk been weekly.) |...." capitalrel.Ired. ANNIE K: JENKINS do .*.d. heatlnacnnklnc. r.frtr.ralisl' :_
[ Park Pint pabllratlon January II, 'U lla-htln.. plumhln. ventllnlln*.
Could k. kin Into
.
Irrla-atlnaT. and nvitemmarhlne .,
1.11,11,1.4,11IX power
End TeL MMM1faoksonvill Fw. fwO UM ....u... Ubcnlcr41t .. ....11....**. fl"Jur ., McCormick Concrete Co.
and appurunancee, which new
.
*) tspaa4 plea for these. Tarn ,...'... OF vii roi'K are or mav hereafter pertain In.nr

Bb s a.Ue1114. HOME DELIVERY wh ea. ,..IIJ. FM heal !1.. TV anus CLAV c-ni say. lie snot with In..or nn 5,'.
FL..turaO."T" nremlm, even tkn* h they bdi .
M. VT1-SM4 t nrl.w writ*. INTERSTATE I. rot: Betat* of ,*...... or ...,..11.11'.,
TRAM Bfor AKUUG .11I"\ Associated with D McCormick Horn Inc.
CALL MI-PMP MERCHANDISERS B e c k Mtor. DELTA IHBNB PBARCT: .. B ,
K U4.S1M l_...*.. W/PIryy. m. hand and th* *
VAL01
MtB*. l-Up TO ALL CREDITOR ANn PKHnjN fI' Ibis Tnurl at Ore n Cnv.
HAVING ri.AIM OItKMANIMI ."rlnee, F1-ld*, 'M. II day aBr ,

BavTATKl' AGAINST SAID. J.ew.n*nPnRnal1.'tP111il er1. 11.1 IAtI. i ''J 4, 1it..
(
Yo* and each af yin ... her.. M-.1.| .fl'oerhard1!. X'
br notified and raulrd t* pre ". *"' "Zu lfwr. :! it 'I'.L
14,11AIP.POMT
Nat nay rlalm and .......d. ._ f"1\ 4..
( which poe. .r ltbr. of you. "/Mille 1sleresI/ oll"rl/ Since 1912"
CLASSIFIED ADSOR mar hav. aialni in* oetalaItalia .t FOB SENT

Irene ....,.,. dr**..*d.In IC.,.,.... Hel.hli, Clay County.
/ l* of old C.6 I* Ik* C. *n. Plnrlda,
5v Jd.* nf ..517, Fierida. ; I Flight II'*. faclHll. aralUel.
at his .H1r. la Ik. KnurhnUM
for Uaelnnn a year In veer
.
*f sale' Cnty al 0'.., ....1. al Ibo Kynton HelahlMunicipal .
RENT-C.anak.ty Ie- RESERVE LUTE HELP WANTED MaJe-r..... Cov ..".... Florida. wltkli. Airport 1_... ... 284-3027
raW range .-. .......... INSURANCE: COMPANY ell. calendar "' ..,... frm the .lit. Road 111 ..twee* Clarke GREEN COVE SPRINGS
NEEDED AT ONCE:- FaJI ar tlm of Ik* firm publlenilon .f ..* k>....... H-l.hii,
CaB'OR 1Ie-1'11 after 1:1. pJH. Ibis ..llc.. Two coplee of eacklalm pending' '1'.... haniar and.
0.. af Florida i aldeot ,.,alla part Una. mum '"r waaia) tapert or demand eknll. bo ie.Mil. ihonl !" ?..I of the ...eemei.ti. .
,...,,. ........... ..., .
SALE These ....... ne $ahdyI and bell elate IkeUMO l. down ,... ... preeeafJia*.
I koapltal. medic*!. artlcet I.. Wilkins ewa.a. fat .. reeidenc and pr otfleeaddree ollne itiahunln/ faaltltM.rar*
Pine F*...... IMp com. protection and a fall s.. Or*** Cat sags.. O4 lavta ..1a.. rUlme.nl, am I avallabla far renllnn 5 J ui' nvUl&-721.2R22 Jacksonville fAch-721.28.2
.f III. 1...,._ I .. .... .
['ra... OM Sleek tawa4 **ere hall he .r. le ky claimant Healed. bid for seen slsl
**
alanalaa; an *>tnlvt. ..,...1.. .. N. ..,....L S4 Few'we kle aceat. or attorney an! ,n b* received' >>r the 1';;'..,....
.. heel deer.1 mall fchwaL area-rant and will. rerll a limit aoMeinMniod by a flliivf, re* *l.f.n. Hela-kl<< ,* Cltr Cvnnrll *| I'll
k C. R. Rakta
.... Writ
,
It fee Beaadwe .d ._..., ., men I..wplafeu . duller and curb claim ., d.. n m, PeKraarv 1, IMl al the. CHy; .
en Are.N natt. Dvt. ,-.. p.o. Bed Na. I44T. .... not *a fll.' '11." k* void Hall In K...,... Hela-hln.. Lee..
14* tastes 1. Applicant Most b. aver II sads.da I 5/ Oraat Webber Peony ..
f Weed Snr4.no m"e| ftrnvlde 1'.,.,. ., nervlra
tt yen .f .... ......... T.*.. M" A. *nentnr .f tk. l_ See "I'ahlMtv ln..ren<-., I.....
taerUte far aak.. Ehrwaal f. Meet "... a burnlaa ....,. t. Will and Teetameal' ., mail reelrlrt ... *f ......., Inn
....... R\ 311.as. Mac ..,. lie a day wim our dayoM tiella Irene Pearre ..i..'- .......111.. For .......1..
oneJIfled. lead, LMAIo sees ."....4 ....'.l|1. f"nt.'l Jnr (I n.b.r, See
lie i (.palU. Tara Mil). I. 1411II _....1,. ......1... Rlrkard r. Oardle Pile Clerk ril. Hall Ke..|*".
aon* Z44-d4tl. I14IU ..,.1..< In ...... wh o.ellfy.GS IC TUB riBcrrr oust *r A tI.r".. ,., KieeuUr ll.lgbls Tk* Clly. ,.**,v.* the.
. a ......lIat .f I'"1 ii CLAY rot art. pumioAIn Hank PJiilldlna. ; lakt I* reject .". n,," .t, 10'''.,
III. ** per monlkt. CHANCERY: Una c... anrlni, Florida JOY n. Rtkl'R.
OB RENT labile. ...., new, M.. e.le.ted will b. riven JIIu, (SI..4 l-ll .... II. II IMI Lil ro. rl.rs
1 t 42 TV a..rvaaaa 1U .".... aid field ralnln ky CAROL A. TANBERU.
.r...rt...".. r.mc.y yersan. PUIntlaf .
the. ...... Mil*. Rear View ..1, Inrladlna weekend .rkool.In ... !. TMP ..et'rr roi NT OP konrn OP MTKTIO TBIMtlTKi MotorsIK -

elk .... Pert Rlkway t* Mini located *"..., CLATTON a TAMBERO. CLAY cot art. ri.oiiuA "FICTITIOI JANE Spring
In FUrlda or n erM. tub.da.teeTN's la CHAKrHHTP0. H..... I. hereby ifVenUka
7. 1 ...., pjMtk .f Mara I A.t.mnbll.:! n*<*. 't. .P II ITTHB ROBERT 'T. *.o WELL I.. .......1.... ...*, tk* pro. ,

'.,. Spring. . en Black Crack.M4. (. Tkoe. ejected meet ..I.! Iii.mNIttHL TATS OF FLORIDA-TlClarton Plaintiff ,tola** of ckapler IIILaw.
B. T....* ... o* Florida Ae a .( fin, will I
..... .
y Th elected al thl time
IT a a. rivania.. Ar.-. SlU,icED: TARIkDROtflHCAHaWKl eilel.r with lbs *
wilt within I* dart. bo piecedIn N.rf.lh. VIet.ieTIN. ... It.'.....1 Then C* rt In I'd:t
0& RENT Fvmfck Ik eeinrr.* of erf krnnckfflr 115 I/ERE.T NOT(. suits ar at rr Coanty. aiaie of Florid. **..
.. ....
FIELD... a.*ll .... b.*. filed.. THB: BTTATr OP Fy>HII>A-Tl '***il .f prof .f pkll.ntlon.
..., nan alee at 111Si Fr coafldentlal Interview fill . .. .. ...,. ......
*. <* r* In the ab IIU. *< MILtJftrn TAHHOKOt'OM f Ik* Fletitioua
. .. ..
owl end mall If
ti
rprla OCR. ..... SM.P'RENTt ... feel H nroeaMt. pee mnrkmlt **- aad y*. a,. bry r*. r"RIW ELL .mo of l lJ.:1. Onlla, l
11. .. nern..l el..1 Hired .. fume .*.. plaintiff. nit Mill, Perk Mirkway . *,
rnme
with. .. attorney whoa* nm and addr yineiai.al>ni, Nnrtk ('.,.11"* 1rlda.f. .
Co ** .. aM*r brn, yr writ Toil ARK HEHERY XnTI I' till, II llfnedi O. E. LEB

r..aiiki< I W*. "...* . ... .. .. , .. .. ... .. .. ... dcM. hf any, to ta. bill FIEfi: then a .*.it k** .... fix'| -- ,.
..... Ill Orvr* Strni.aankaUM . .f Mtp14.I'I'r.' o, .'.'..1 Tee In Ik. **.** ..ilild
Itret Addr... .. .,. .. .. . wed s.1 M m.* m*.. and ran ere krkr r..
'V p5... SL As.td. with on or bervr. Y..,.." II.H. ..1'" l* serve *. plaallfri
TAMra. Cllr Plat ... . . .. A n.: INa ...*.*.y .h 2.1534r esetset *..*.. felt not ., dense. pro dree ....... b.,,.. rear written -I-
,. rr-.. 8s. Gen street.'V. T.L No.A . . , .. . ," onroo will W ...... aaraln ..,.*.... If an, I. tk. bill.
yoo fee !... ,....f prayed ,. tb .r MmftiMiu l I. SaId. ..u. e5er
Cva 1-11, .. ... .,.,..u' .. ... ... .n N .f wb. .h m .....-" t. ..>.
THE XATL'NR Or Sam M-rr I krw fk *a or ..,.,* March I I.
EEL De Wrl'.' paRlIOIIJlEL f\IIUCrOIl: 81U'0: FOI'I' TOPICS Al' itt
yes need ....p1 j
Oft .... Rata eerMaga Tams.'Led.p. 4 ... IHfI. wrrsr.soy hand aad Ik. ...5.ntell.f eoo will. .eel>. entered or de fe act. 'pm.net 4111 YOUR CAn WILL KUN 32 MILfX; ON' A GALLON; OF OAS


irk ........ Mer JeW FOR SALE I'M ...M.SU4XN C ever_. of avrtna onld Coort" ....*.at Ibis Orn Tib bill..., *'r.2 fi*..,p.MITNa ; ...,... In Iho IK YOU CAN IIAVK: IT LUKUICATKII: ft CHANQK OIL FOR $3.40 '

....... Aw. c-.a. day *f Js... A. D. NATfRP; OrAID It'i?
... Ba4r, a ?**.* iy. I MLIBOItOB ..,"" *n* PiroRrr

rile Ovlah Sweet, P.o. .....g. wkittwaR Urw Isfeed jerk( Orra't.. CARLULB Coer1 WITMKM MV hand .N Ik. IF IT WILL UUK 40JKH MIW: Otf O.VK: fUT: OF TIKKH
I ML rI of sold CM at Or..n
Ute o.ar. 511Vog esUen.. Stick afcift. IFr By Vivian M S.en r.... .twt... FlorM ...>.

R2aiTf TY.e __ ..... sila/ae la feed drlrlst ear t>*Mty C. f "....,y. A n I.... IF IT DRI'KKCIATKS: : ABOUT *.WO.Of A YEAR

en ..... rw-.... Far dicks. Weal.es Sal Aunty fee ......." nrtrtKonj t. r'nL t.f.g:, IF YOU CAN I
clerk HKMOVK: : TUB KNfllKK: I.V 10 MLVUTK8TIIK.S' ; $
....... ..... Pinup C..M ,hI i
MR Hh
Oraa Crtw W. P. .. .,. S*. Oroaai Cm *. Br ....pt. n nn>erdlV

M-U7I. I...... Mt-tllL I..... One C... .""* .*-.. FUrtda .Meer. rttI : WK: '
It.. ,I. II .-. M'Pr'Iiy __ TltwrtsA1.a. IX.VT ADVIHK YOU TO ISUA VOLKSWAGEN f.!: t'I
(
., ....
for
PI.
"

' ..*.*-.. .Park. "....'.. IT'S OHV10UH THAT ,YOU ALHKADY: IIAVK ().H:.

[:: : : AREA: BUSINESS: DIRECTORY :: : i |.|* .... II. It '.,.. _.


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. . . . . . . . T'ri rlo Ills
-.w. . . . - - . .w.... . . ..... h.>*t.r .i.en ...&. !
.j -...l t. final ._.. of UsedVOLKSWAGENS
IIVrnD SCTFUES ft"a3lm. omcE EqcnrMEjrrOFFPCR .frlM.. ....... In -..-.
omkr4 I/N'! fce tka rirxill,
(>**, *, Clay hasty. FUridaW
All UU rt'Urt't'U' COPin. I ..J **n Ik. neoKxte- .11....
w. give yon UM . PeeianOerp Al BCAN .. ".y ("....,. Florida d..
.. ..
beet ,
I OIIDIe lob dsg Agell-ee... SUPPLY CO. MiMed eN.k .. 81'CfU'1l' "t ._

en pear pehlitn Cu Sane ............ .rw".. OXrt ._4'.. .<. .4m1 .
"- vMT p.mM.. .
Oar ... win 1151 R-'dt aletJMIse. Lloyd It Jonas IT. Ownarla C --.. .. ....i *1 pled-S.-,. Cntt st httnavtki.uy T

ItMe po j. lad .... ET 1-4M I _-....-.-.mse. M4. .f ,,.y ('*.*.,. p... tVpHOl per M her

ear pine wfflBtCALL WeeMBef1 .5 _.i. .010 Is ,.. 55_ ... drmajfi who dolt tiptct Pt-
71A0J18laemaken ..*..- r- -.. ., ... -.
hUDaabIe. OCTJep __as aM 4s.p of tk. na.. "_... P..... dtttfBW to em tit itMthi Sales &
sad IIkaICIe Offift Rrulpalri .- .. "-... Pere o-lape till BJUM .f .CM, Mock.Saurt Service
'" ....
O8 FOR ALL _
11 A Y. e.1wt II
WUMTEO Korrai for Trawl / ...w, a. r.lary $1. "n DadMtrhfO it*..

MATTER Coed TraJtarn-Baai FtfbmacH.1MIT 051145.1h.e fit Qyaattoa md. a Uts-iool bott .m

conrrr::: CRESCENT --... lied CaS* M.z.Mrsti 1. f A5urL1S btfert ermine it WITMC- r. RuurwAT u *. Gay COT SiSBMUSQI

rrnBio.mJtBxnaES.iBavPTMT7S sons.De.Iv.. ,. rfl .7 (IM TeNS Berth e1 OararMr CPB) I
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a Doggy ,BE RIGHT! CHOOSE "SUPERRIGHT"AP '


IThkh SHEET'S GCERBNb' ;.Cow, I + halo l Standard of "8upe-Rlrh- quality'" meats Just

,$ BoneaswerEI OF cant be beat! The "Super-Right") quality'" meat on display
NECESSITY
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? HUNTING DOGS In your neighborhood AP Is quality controlled
Smokey says to color thesfcy-blue the hi,hat By Bob Bartoe. KtiucerfrlsklM .
EDUCATED FISH ; sun-yellow; Pat roodsJUMWh Cento '.5' '' every step of the way From the prime producing
-olive his pants-blue his shovel-gray;tie tree trunks
Do tame fish really "wise up", ; ; ; The conservationists. In areas of the nation -To( the new Jacksonville Heat
to fishermen .. .. light brown;the trees and gJ'aas-light and dark greens and color=fimokey-tan. state generally look uyn 1 1 Plant To your fiendly neighborhood....P. As a
You. eta get lot of opinions Smokey also says, "Be sure you drown out all camp fires witb'-w.. ,.,. ,t io.tir the hunting dog.u And a little: lYe"l: t ? '
pro and con on a flshsability ing armor. or result of quality control AP will guarantee every
ashes and then drown with water again!? .
In these days of heavy '
to outfox the angler.
ing pressures, shrinking pound of meat In the store to completely satisfy or
And there considerable evidence
to support both vlewt 'f 1/ss111' habitats, and a not, V game 5 5 your money cheerfully refunded. And,because APprices
number
abundant of waterfowl '
Generally however, It's con and game birds, we can no I 's Its meats to deliver top values, you actually
ceded by experts that a bass, -
longer afford to shoot down
eat better for least Come tee at API"SuperRight"
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Ite brain has
despite p..lz.d five million ducks each year
the discrimination to deliberately that are not recovered.Nor can
I shun a flaherman'e artificial we afford the heavy crippling
offerings, And according to the loss of upland fame birds The
folks at Mercury outboard, use of hunting dogs cuts these Fine Beef
proof o f "educated' fish I I. losses dramatically by assuring Quality Western
readily available. that a greater proportion oi
Take waters subject to heavy the .birds shot are actually retrieved -
fishing pressures, for Instance and therefore counted
These contain the smartest fish. limit by the hunter for legal Chuck Roast
Though worked bard resultsare
poor, and the common com
plaint Is: "fished out," Yet .
draining Invariably reveals a Close 'Boneless l
healthy population with a surprising -
number ot lunkers Vw lhiI Trimmed I Rolled
The fish are there; they elm- 1 Bone
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ply smarten up to ordinary
lures and methods. V h C .0

.wilderness Contrast waters this situation which with liartor LB. LB."SuperBight" .

I about per acre the tame These number.fish respond offish 'J/VI. \J'Y/ \' ,

I as if lures were going out _
I of style They're not any hungrier
than their urban cousins And not only does wild life
-just more naive conservation benefit from hunters *
Fine Quality'SiiorfShankSmoked '
Even hatchery trout those using dogs, but you're doing .
surviving the first few hours yourself a.favor. Half the
after being dumped from '. fun of hunting waterfowl, or
truck learn to avoid' phony e upland game is watching your j
foods with hidden barbs. In "put dog work. And there a wide Ham
and tike" waters It Is not uncommon fld4I& choice of breeds available to
for large fish, six to 1i any nimrod, no matter what
eight years old, to show up In Ills specialty. Nor must a doge

early Incidentally season catchee., this Indicates 0:1 1\V\\ 1 C" with uncertain> pedigreed.rest and pedigree: Many efficiency.wiirtun\ Wholeor Half

fish may suffer from lapis of The fact that you live in a :hat' I
memory over the winter months city apartment tor a small house 39 ,14 to 16-Lb. 49SaperBlgbt
Forgetting the previous years In the suburbs is no deterrent, ; Average
lessons, they are easier to catch providing you can get to the C C
when spring fishing resumes.You country: occasionally for training 13' LB.
can bet your bait bucket and more regularly at
that by the time a trout or bass east a month before the season -
graduates Into the grandpa category 1 S opens to get your dog eon

bee learned plenty about lltloned. Labrador Retrievers, ...... .. .... . . . '.. :
fishing and fishermen And Pointers and Setters are no ---- - -- - Fresh. S-ft. pkg.
Toull ha.e'to do your homework larger than Boxers or German ,
well to catch up. Shepherds, two breeds that are
I popular in the cities. True, ,.25_ PLAID I GROUND EEF. $1,35
PLEASE! heyll need long brisk walks,
Try a small Classified Ad Only you can PREVENT FOREST FIRES mt .walking i conditions you, SUMPS'' ,,' "Supe .Rigbt" DeUdow Pwe.Perk 1-lb. begs
too, for long hours in the field '
for simply amttlng results Being prepared physically, BAG SAUSAGE 3S1.00SaprRlfht 3
you'11 cet more enlovment out---- With this Coupon purohse ot h ,
'1(113choofS > of your hunting Ann P 1-lb Jar -
Feeding tlpi for only about PUItFIsa.IIONFWY; ...... 430 = Bendeas Line .
Always Drive Carefully 15 cent a day, you can feed a .. .e 4 fire a... I.. at SWISS
Open prepared 49-pound dog dog a food top such quality as p S .. .! STEAK 79*,
'rUkles, If fed from the '
S-b. .
Cent pkg
kitchen table, food comparable AUgec4 8u
In nutrition would cost three ':::7=:r::====: BREAKFAST BACON
185
times as much daily. *
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w, ?/ :IV' vbo CAMPrVEVftNT t I Eastern Beanl. White ll-Lb Bag
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FOREST FIRES Crisp, IrekwrgLETTUCE.
With this. Coupo purchase a fAan
Begins Thursday January 28th :' I, fuse 1.Ib. ).r I , 2 HEADS 25*
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Sr \' CLAY (...... ...I.....else a..e...., 4a. a. t Medians. YeOenr, Cooking 1-U. Bag
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OUR SALE THAT .REALLY IS A SALE!! TWICE, A YEAR': ." "\1t TBIATBI t.........._....__......._.___......J:'ONIONS 1 1/ 1 I 1 25*

! _INDIES HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY OF SELECTING, "*:. Green. Cere .yrimgsMonday .

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) thra Friday, Special 1 Jane Parker Freshly Baked Delicious

IWtT MRMENTS FROM OUR PAST SEASON'S' SPORTS', \. Rex Office OIWIM fill '.M. 1.r o
Complete Feature As Late Peach Pie 39c
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WEAR WITH THE REGULAR PRICE TAGS ON THEM" ,"', and' BandayCoaUaMee

.. from S Pats Special! Green Giant Golden? Niblets Corn or
III THERE ARE NO SALES TAGS, III THEN PAY REGULAR? ..1\ 12 Oz.
Wed Than and Frt
PRICE FOR JflE HIGHER PRICED GARMENT AND THE, Jaaoary* 11. IS and IISalevday. Mexicorn 2 Cans 48c


OTHER QARMENT IS FREE, !!,' JUST THINK YOU CAN'": '\" .:I.m.II''II't : .,:. the1soN Special I Sunnyficld

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NOW GET THAT SET YOU DID NOT FEEL YOU COULD/T\ Rna LAURie a'-no.-e: Four SKLK-IUSINO:PL.\I or 5 Halt'Lb. 39cYour

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Choice! Mushroom( Veg. Beef, or Chicken Noodle

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; OUR :; ", .r" i Heinz Soups 6 JOJ :t $100.h'

WINTER APPAREL PAY F FOR ONE JHE ,. '' iI
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I. ,starlnDeaa BABY FOOD ... eVMeBna : RICH >. SeV TAPIR TOWELS 4JM .
OA'III1! [FREE !) Martin and Jerry Lewis . ... .
ll* 11ra WtlUFIX'ADRINK **UkU Sttrt ''' t .1Itt..k. Ueki Meat .K ...
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