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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: February 4, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
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
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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(See Editorial. Page,}\ and Potlikker. page 2) sam and Indicated a hope that nothing will be allowed to The national program U being inaugurated with a $150
stand In the way: of a .fast Implementation of the.project's, million budget for this :yesr. This figure is expected to
A $3.1 million 1 "'annual payroll>> for"Oreea Cove Springswas materialisation. r: double next year.A '

dangled before a group of its business and,prof esalonal'' Top local officials of Oreen Cove Tarn CO., Johns"- highly placed spokesman for Northrop emphasized II
leaden on Tuesday Manvllle Corp. the duPont Company: and Clay: Electric that if Green Cove's industrial park 1s to be secured for '
The Northrop Corporation;, one of the nation's largest Co-op while they: 'emphasized they: spoke as Individuals. the school It will be necessary: first for the City: Commission !
aircraft and electronic manufacturers, with annual tale were quick to endorse. the project. to take affirmative action and then to* enlist the aid I
Of approximately $350 million last year, la seeking the "un-- Florida State University: will cooperate with NorthropIn of Gov.rnor'Haldon Burns, Florida's two UJ3., Senators, :
occupied" facilities Of Oreen Core's Industrial park for setting up academic curricula, writing, research and ., Congressman D. R. Matthews and others In persuading the
establishment of a U. 8. Government. Job Corps Training' materials for teaching and tests to determine talents and t authorities In Washington: to locate the school In this area
Center. Northrop will sponsor and guide the -vocational mental levels. :' The Job Corps enabling legislation provides that these. :
training at the facility which will emphasis electronic vocational The center would provide a 50-week vocational training* schools be established at de-activated military: Installations. :
training but which will aim cover a broad spectrum 'course: lor approximately' 1,500 Florida boys between the> It was pointed out that this being so, it would be necessaryto
of other skills. ages of It and 21. A facility of approximately 230 persons j secure the "unoccupied" facilities at the industrial park : :
It was emphasized and reiterated that the presence -of and approximately 200 additional service and either at no coat to the Federal Government or at a very
such: a vocational training center hen will aerve as a strong personnel will receive an estimated $300,000 of U.S. funds! nominal fee.Moreover.
attraction to new Industry and payrolls' In the area, . monthly. In addition students at the school .which till be/< it was pointed out that,while the cost of defense : :
Local business and professional n and several municipal a part of th President's anti-poverty: campaign.'win ,be* in the national budget is on the decline, the cost of
officials, In questions and la direct statement on given $100 upon entrance plus a clothing allowance plus a welfare services la In'a strong rise. "
the implications of the program, expressed strong enhtusl- I small monthly! : allowance.Climate .' Spokesmen for the program indicated that local service ..

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'The distinct possibility that a Job Corps Training Center '
set up under the auspices of the Northrop .'
of the nation's great Space Age manufacturers and Supervisory
under the academic guidance of'Florida State University,
Former Sheriff John Hall was re-elected last week to a
is almost
an Incrediblely wonderful chance for Green Cove
twenty-fifth: term as treason. of the Florida Sheriffs Assodation and all of Clay: County: to move quickly from a small .
agrarian community: into the excitement and riches lot:
Sheriff Jennings Uurrhee and State Rep Louis L. Huntley IBM. I
: also attended the aaoal midwinter meeting of the Let us never be fooled that the Federal Government is ..

Association in Lakeland.As going to tinker with such a vast program or even with the. '
treasurer of the Association. Mr. Hall handles approximately baste social Hr.r \
structure of any: community.Let .
$250.000 of the Association' funds including US never forget that some community: if not Oreen .\,' I II ,
a substantial portion of the annual budget ef th Florida Cove to going to make ., .. ,
good on such a facility: ; make good I
Sheriffs Boys' Ranch at live Oak. #. I I''
doOarwIse, make good In Its attraction to new payrolls' and .
Industry. For Industry has long since learned, perhaps #''1' I IJ.
Mrs 8. Bryan: Jennings of Mlddleburg Is a member ef sometime the hard way: that all paper money is the same \
the Carson Fund Commute which Is raising funds for the color. ,
. : :
Clara J. Carson Memorial Music Fund at the University: ef It should be remember by one and all when they' speak '"-'I'!:. ;,, ,,.,
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Florida. The fond to expected te provide several 41000 up on this great Issue that Green Cove has very little to ' !
scholarships for musical study at the University: next fall offer Industry Each reader ls left to count the municipal ; "
Nile Carson who was director of Music at the F. K. services we lack. Each among us who opposes this project :
yo.... Laboratory School at the University tor U jean. will then need to ask himself how more easily: can some of '' 43'I'
bequeathed to the University the nucleus Of the fund Additional thaN vital and absent service be provided and paid for ,'"' '.: ''i;'W ,1

contributions and pledges nave been mad and aa Let us now ales a communal and enthualasUe leaderttWk ,'' '
le annual contort at the University wUIJ*.eOe4b* Asa*.* ,'* *> ..tnwbtalrltn. Jadntyvn/a. FeeletaMwejMt. fwMiwewld ... \ -1

UatU bee tetal ffinses "year ago, Mill Careen-bad made -rt.hUw'1DOC'I that 4000.000 annually lute. ,
her home tat some .time at the Mlddkbnrg .home. .f Mr. the local this' *
and Mrs. Jennings. '- "* ""* "Tho** who ehooM la stay In I the wing, advocating, how.

ever Indirectly, a variation on the Wainerlan.HitlerUn .

Denver's Juvenile Court Judge Phillip B. Oilllam. who theme of Aryan supremacy, must answer to their neighbors.We . . :
has handled more than WjDCO delinquency eases, baa same don believe there are such

pointed advice for teen-agers.. ... .
)t': ,
of the Uen-ager' -
"Always we hear the plaintive cry
he says, "What can we do? Where tall we goT" Climate Conditioning Set
Ike Judge. -Oo he...-
"The answer Is. according U
Jerk E. He**, manager ef the Green Cave plant ef IbeJehnaManvln
"Hang the storm windows paint the woodwork. Rake To Form New CoreoraUoa'a TrsaalU aaaeatea pipe 4lrl
Shovel the walk. Wash the car. Corporation
the lessee Mow the lawn
; tea, wk arrived !lo Green Ceve last week te take sp hie ;
Learn to cook. Scrub some floors. Repair the sink Build a
new dalles. He fees ktesi sMnagts ef the company's Tren
boat. Get a job Divorced From Hardeman ail/ pipe snaimfartitrlng plant el Deeilaon.I Te*. ;
"Help the minister priest or rabbi the Red Cross the ,
Salvation Army Visit the sick. Assist the poor. Studjajaur!
Conditioning win Th
corporate) change was
lessons And then when. you are through and wrrlfc Ohrorce Iteelf from Its ( nan.elanyplagued described by an autliorlutiv turer of Industrie biding and i losses In recent months In connection '
tired read a book." air conditioning' war "over with several! lane
parent com source' aa th. bat thing that i
"Your parents" do not owe you entertainment. Your extended"Subsequently. construction projects .
Paul '
pony Hardcman. In*., ever happened to Climate
village doN not owe JOU"rttre.Uo facilities The world Universal .. : '
and become an Indenendentcorporation. It ls Bnderstood the principal Bernard Becklus managerof
does not owe you a living The Crescent owner of the new corporation American Corp., owner of I,. Climates Green Cove plant, 1
"But you owe th* world something You owe It your 000,000 shares of Hardeman w
tamed Uisl week. win be O. L. Landrum of told The Crescent early last
time and energy and your talents so that no one win be at would divest
Climate with a backlog estimated Stanton who baa served as they month he did not believe the .
war or in poverty, or sick or lonely again."Don't at approximately: $10 president of Climate slnee 'MseetabtUhmrat themselves of some 400000 Hsrdeman situation would affect '\
sit around and walt for somebody to do something
shares of this stock In a spin .
million will continue' to 'IIa In- No personnel Climate's Green Cove
Someday .Is now and somebody Is yea.
tale plants at Green, Cove and changes In the Green Cev off. Shareholders In Universal operation.At j
"So and home That's the place te go. and .
grow up go Stanton' Calif. An estimated plant are foreseen In the Immediate are receiving this month a dividend the same time, Universal I
there plenty to do there. 10 per" cent of ate. backlog isbrtevtd fotur of one share of Hard American Indicated It had :

to .be In uncompletedwork The change was precipitated! man on every 10 share of asked the Chase Manhattan I

Young men who do not have a high school diploma and 011 the "MDONhotbuild- by a financial crisis In llarde- Universal.The Bank ef New York to lend .
who are not now attending school) are eligible for enlistment Ins the worlds largest' now man In December! At that explanation st that the Hardeman company $'
la the U 8 Alt Force according to Maj George A. under ODiatrocUon at Cape time informed' observers said time was that lUrdman had million to .begin refinancing ;
Lang commander of the USAF recruiting detachment la Kennedy the CaUfomla-baaexl manufae- suffered "severe" financial Continued on page Eight .
To be eligible for enlistment the non-graduate must beat
least 1$ years old mutt not .be. nor have been enrolled Four Now ,in City Race I
U secondary school during the current school year and '

mutt attain minimum qualifying score' on th airman '_ . L _. _ .
.' W'. .. ... ..
qualifying examination. Further the applicant must attaina << .
. I
the armed force qualification teat.Maj '.
satisfactory avore on ,
Lang emphasized It U still the policy of the Air f..'. .: -- I
Force to encourage young mea te stay la school and graduate i / I
prior to fuinninf their military: obligation. la fact' hit r
recruiting staff have been Instructed to encourage' non ,', J.ft
graduates to return to their studies. However, for those who
are' determined to enter the armed forces th* road to anAl 'I I

(Eros career .Is new open 'I
For farther informatioe on Air Force eausUn nt factors. II '
applicants should contact' the feral Air Force. rtcntfter, ,
TelL Sgt. Dan Wright who maintains his. efftee at the 1 n r

Clay 1 Selective oclock. Service office each Thursday from II:M until L f J f M1pa

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A new program of small loans coupled with farm management M.
assistance I ii mow open to farm families. with !
',;j (
limited krone' in the County: according to HsrUn R Ens. jJJO J ..
County Supervisor for the Farmers' Home AdmMetratton. '
Ells said farmers la day County can participate. In the
.tSeeEdltorUBy .I M rage it
program la develop higher returns from their farming operation to
*. .w.... tone candidates. bad ....,... .. raw fee .. Xr.. i) S ... barn bees lie Geese Cove 14 year
Lout up to $2.500 are available la farm families with Ik* Or** c... Ctty fraiailmfmr and a feewtk MM k* Mere. s maws New 1'.,.., I* metated la* .... ,
limited Income who cannot qualify' for OnaactaJ assistance ..... awalfy wttblei Is* seat few ..,.. The fear are I to era ... Titffbane c.. ... b a 4efan *f w..... War II and
under regular kaa programs' ef farmers Home Administration ?.. Cilr Ceamledeate-. ac.lag Cttr ...."' Be* Z0ar. ass ...... 1st Onus Cove 24 years.Miesa $
er private lenders. ..,..* Mere. W..... T. lOt... sad Cltr CeM leele.eWarwirti .. 44-year-M Ala.*SM% I Ie ......... ef MMMLaaaber \ t
Opportunity loans are aimed at helping farm and runt geese,. Of taw "..... ..!? KftNr baa Nt yet c.. ... barn Meet In GI... Cove 17 year Ito will ''
families earn more Income: through their' ewa mUrprieee.Loaa ..allied. Teen I* a .eu ltHy a flub .aa4Uate easy sawejasftfy ass agate Kesmry.Xeaukey. j
to farmers operating small. limited mcoena farms efr* die deadline at I .'...11 e*> ,. Is.7enjer. fer II year, el a .awllf .f .
may be need to purchase' livestock, machinery and equipment M years .... If a alive e* Georgia. she has ....,. a nmmlmlimr (.* II inn. .U a mauve ..fbe. f. I
construct' or repair farm buUdlegs. pay annual ep- served eee .... C**..lai (Continued ea Page Eight) eke WM la. lint I. ''''''. to la* Gene Cove My ........ . ,



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May! Ohmntg (Erocent :I. 9tU.rafter I Around'and About, .'D11GIi' \ Rev. Sherlock. 1

IT .n sco fOIl CUT .ii coos rOil Pet cuisctirr Bf
By PVNCAN Q. GRONER It Is a pleasant summer afternoon have a sackful of this guy's
MJNttN tOLDTHWAITt CMNER-EDITOR All rUSUSHEXCUZABFTM in the year 1048. I am potatoes and head for Green The- ...... Dr. Oeorre Beware
LEONARD 1110"9.. -SECRETARY (Edltor> Note. :The following lines were written last t--
in of
standing front house Cove.
my the
glad when
week before" the possibility arose that a Job Corps Training always ,devil U
PVM.HHU Iwat Tmmsuf Bv ellDCIIIT Passe, 'INC which happens to be In the I trade my sackful of potatoes defeated. Detective stories
Center might be established In Green Cove. This aiarvelloos art
r. o. MX ere city of Hapeville.., some to Oeorgle Pool for a,lot 'always oa the side
of the
CHUM Cora ...."... FIMIDATsmHOiU opportunity for the community, which carries with an.
GCS .S""" it J.' nine miles from Atlanta. loaded with magnolia trees, 4-- gels. It may take time to un.
a $ million ftnnnal "payroll and could weD be the ...t-
ttcMi CUM roiTMi Poe AT SHIM con ....... .FmiM. Ins of Greed Cve as a modern buttling industrial city, I am looking up and down looking up and down the 6t ravel the plot and catch the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES makes these following lines even more Important to our the street thinking about not Johns River from Jacksonville crook but he gets Caught. H s
ONE VBAR IN ADVANCE' ....roll .......n .*. citizens). much and wishing X could get to Plcolata.In may be sUck and shrewd!, but
TWO TEARS IN ADTANCB ....... ......,'... B0 one whiff of ocean or river or due time I build me a he never gets f awsy with it
It is my considered view that petitions, generally, are even a creek which Is most house with the help of Mr. After all' that is :what the
among the poorest tools of democracy I arrived at this unlikely as Georgia is about Dishes and Baldwin all the minister''is' there to remind us
;. view on the basis of a feeling that most people who sign the driest state in the United potatoes I have left and a of -,"Be sure your sin WIU
Wonderful Life Together9Thos petitions have only the vaguest idea of what they are sign States. mortgage as long as your arm. find you out.

ing. I do not like Georgia anymore To get to the House of So don't be surprised that

very human who achieve sixty-five: yean of A petition that has been widely circulated In Bradford 'than I like Texas. In Smith needs quite a little explaining ministers read 'these exciting

living are likely to look back and marvel at their own County . and fell on Its prat . has now gained some Texas, I see more riven and if you have not been DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD little books. Remember that
prestidigitation.Th circulation in Clay County less water more cows and less there because the road runs James Moffatt and Prof. Good.
< rarer and leu vainly human among us who can milk; I see farther and I see plumb out at the end of Myrtle Don't you enjoy reading 'detective year of 'Chicago University,
look back upon"slxty"five yean of marriage and exult I refer to a petition which opposes the location of a less than any place in the Ave. stories great translators of the Bible
"It's been a wonderful life together" are thrice blessed by Job Corps Training Center in the county on the stated world. I will not give you 30c The lane that loads to my I do; I find myself admiring wrote bloodcurdling detective
their Creator: In health In a miraculous sense of good ground it would "creat social strife" for the whole state of Texas house Is not a road at all. We the Ingenuity with which the stories. The preacher Is alto
taste and in the saving grace of being able to stand apart This Is, I believe the sheerest tommyrot. and that includes one of its call it "Peasant Point" ss we Polrots and the Perry Masons a sleuth and 'sometimes he gets
foolishness of displaced citliens. are' the only peasants that his purl and s hauls him into
and laugh at the man.A The petition says, In part: run to earth the most cleverly
cue in point In this rare adjustment to life is Green ". . It Is our considered opinion that a program of Well 'while I am standing live there. concealed crimes, and put their the Kingdom of 00cI.In'.4 .
Cove's Elnora Brown Blddle and her "Jim." Each of them this magnitude and nature would seriously Imbalance and there thinking about oceans Once a personality confusesme fingers on the flaw in a "per- really Christian ChurchIts
dares admit to having spent?sixty-five years in utter happiness have adverse effect on the social structure of a rural area, and salt spray and such I am with George Davis who fect" murder.It members also 1 will be on the
In the company of the other i ; and each confession and . we! believe this program.would create social strife astonished to see a barefoot lives on "Pleasant Point", and is said many ministers lookout not for the faults and
was made while the other was out of hearing. i . because 2.000 enrollees from different areas backgrounds personality coming down the I put up seven hundred feet read detective stories Why villainies of feltow-memben.
What adjustments have these two ever had to make? and environments that are stagnated outside the street Across his right shoulder of fence, order two Lincoln The answer is easy; it is to but they will be developing a
Mrs. Blddle. 83 yean young looks back on the long and mainstream of life would\ create too much impact on a he is carrying a boat oar and start a beef with three keep up with the devious ways gift for uncovering any lurking
sometimes fearful journey she made as a little girl with sparsely populated area and be detrimental to the welfareof Ordinarily I will say to such nice people before Burch of laymen I And to get away piety or some hidden goodness
her circuit-riding preacher-father and others of her family our children .' ." a character:. "What in the Stump slaps me across the from the hidden tragic side in others.
from Illinois to Mlssouurl . in a covered wagon. name of Davey: Jones are you nose with the back of his hand of life with which they deal. It takes acuteness and insight |
Mr. "Jim nearing t6| sold Model T's in Bunnell half This imperishable prose is a very masterpiece of implying doing with that boat oar!" and snaps me out of my trance. It is relaxing to follow crooks ,to discover good in'others.
a century ago. If great age has slowed his feet it has not all sorts of sordid things without having the courage But I happen to remember the Anyway, I am sacked out in and unlikely clues: much more Goodness is probably more
faced his mind. to come out and say one blasted thing. dude who got so mad at the my bedroom on the north side so than chasing a miserablegolf secretive than wickedness At

The' few years from the covered wagon to the ModelT When the petition first began making the rounds ocean he pust Just such an oar of. the house overlooking the ball Into a bunker I any: ; rate we often bear men
was an epochal period In America's development: the Bradford County Gene Matthews, the editor of the Brad-In on his shoulder and started 8t. Johns River. My head is Then too in detective stories proclaiming they are no salnti.
settlement and growth and federalization of the vast con- ford County Telegraph, told me.the classic approach the walking. He would walk inland cushioned in the crook of my one gets away from all the There are many who "do good
tinental heartland beyond the Alleghenles. It marked,the whispered clincher something like this when the fellowwanted until some hayseed asked him left arm., and I am looking mushy love stuff that fills so by stealth and blush to find
dwindling and demise of any semblance of an American you to sign his petition: what it .was he was carrying. out the window and thinking many novels If, a, minister It fame"How often' do we
aristocracy, the rise of the dominant American middle When that happened, he would what a beautiful world it is. thinks he has some tough cases learn a sun whom we had
et.... The beginning of mass production assembly lines. "This here Job Corps Training Center's gonna bring' set the oar down and buy: the A full moon is shining as in his woman's guild he discovers thought quite ordinary has
The voice of Thomas Hart Benton of Missouri became In lots of niggers you know real scum, stuff out of jail. guy's house u he did not wish yellow as a piece of country the ladles in the murder done scores of noble actions
suddenly, as telling as that of Daniel Webster of Massa Brother you don't want your daughter raped by no nig to have any truck with anybody store cheese and strikes a plots f f these stories maybe no one bad suspected.
chusetts. ger do you!" who had ever seen an golden path right from my good-looking, but they areas Our ,churches are afflicted
From the Model T to the Mustang the United 1 States The average man or woman on the street suddenly .ocean or read Moby Dick. window to infinity. hard u nails and very with self-appointed detectives
and the western world went through something like an touched by a wild fear and the processes of democracy So as the dude comes alongside Yesteryear some Spanishand handy in the use of poison and who are constantly hunting
eon of scientific growth and moral decay: two world wars, too, very naturally admitted_ fast he didn't want his I open my blue innocenteyes turned down a suggestion :a gun. for communists and modernists .
the Nuclear Age, the Spaceman automation, a retreat from daughter raped.. and say: to him like this: from his fort-building Boats Furthermore, a minister is under every pew and behind
"family units" to an unlettered and egocentric individualism. "WeU, sign this." The clincher. "That Is about the biggest wain's Mats'vvho wanted to every pulpit. There oughtto
butter paddle I ever saw, and build an arsenal there. The W. be, In every church a department
Something like 4
From the covered wagon to the, Mustang there have percent of the residents of Bradford Grandma Moeeley has one''O. explained to him this par- CUUSHH NOTICE for unmasking good
County were taken in
been changes: fantastic progress In the area of technology: ; by this gaff.I that Is two feet longs"! ticular lot was reserved for people who never blow their
something akin to a retrogression in the field of morals and was In college during the days of the Civilian Conservation This dude looks me over like Hugh Smith 200 yean from CHRISTIAN SCIENCE own trumpet.

manners. trade .nd'Corps could camps that kept youngsters who had no maybe he is close-hauling his now where he would build a SOCIETY Jesus was quick to detect
These sharp and sometimes incomprehensible changesIn not get jobs sometimes when they did. thoughts and like this :
says : and raise his kids when goodness and promise' In the
One of these Cor. E. HoMton St.
our basic standards have left Jim and Elnora Diddle camps was near Lexington, Virginia where I "Friend. he says "I wish to 1 I he finished making the world most unpromising people. His
was a student There N. Magnolia Ave
was no raping
unchanged They were sure of their own Ideals and if One might think or pillaging. make you a present of this i late for democracy and was wu not a suspicious nature.
someone charged them with being old-timers, it did not back General Sherman's troops were coming butter paddle for your Grandma ;put out to pasture The WO. GREEN COVE SPRINGS Strange to &I,. He believes you
raping and !
matter They could sleep at night. of windows by their thumbs burning and hanging little girls out Moseley. and I would also said they would go on' down FLORIDA and I can amount to something
They have, had a mere sixty-five years of happinessin like to buy your house" the river six miles to build February ,. INS if we would let Him
the company of each other We wish them a'hundred. As 'crizy as some. of ,the things the Federal Govern; Well."quicker than you can their fort.aUII' the prop. Sabjeett SPIRIT lead us out of the prison house
ment does, I don't believe it is going to locate centers all say "Grew. Cove Springs'; I (Continued on Page Three) K. of selfishness and conceit.
over the nation that will become local social hazards There
In Green CoveThe Is, let us admit a sort of basic haxard to breathing. ..
Speak Up Trainees are being and will be, I am persuaded, care.
fully screened.and will be taken that no criminals
,.traditional! weakness of local municipal 'elections are enlisted. .
. a cU disadvantage to voters and candidates alike "-\ is Have
that .there simply, Is no public platform .from which! candidates Industrial It has been said that the..bulc reason for the fantastic Peace of Mind - .-
may discuss or voters judge, the Issues. growth of Thomasvllle Ga.. In the past decade
In its upcoming City Commission election on March 2, Is that new Industries have had a fine vocational training
(Green Cove, Its Commission candidates and its voters have school nearby: from which employee could be drawn ,We C ,
On opportunity to correct this situation certainly need one around here and the obviousness of this ,. 1r
The Crescent hopes some arrangement can be made is going to become abundantly\ clear In the coming monthsas (

tttnsDg the Qty Commission candidates to meet before the Johns-Manvllle begins recruiting employes for Its mul TAX
voters niU to face up to and discuss the issues of our growth ti-million dollar Green Cove plant. : I.. '" .
and pro vrge. Let us not spend our passion on ghosts. i ,P.'f ; Deductible! .
1S-- will not suf- Let us get a program to make more skilled labor avail .\, ..,. ;0. ".

ties to get Into windy recitations ,of: any candidate's re- able. It Is a commodity of.which we are now in short supply .*jt. ;. PROTECT, SAFE RK S.fFE..
Ufl agree, to. have a good church-going record, but then some our own youngsters have gone either elsewhere for civilian :.3"1". row DEPOSIT _
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of the biggest crooks at large have to be shoved out of jobs or Into military service *,-* / .
church when the parson locks up. It is valorous to have a It is highly probable that"these training camps will : BOXES
l if
... mJIHiry background, but then most men still able to walk become assets to the communities In which they locate. ',_,.jtoULUABLRlt I'UY SAFK'
do. t It la certain they will attract a highly paid high grade of '
The basic issues, we submit, are: instructors Someone's going to take In some of the money: ,.J" '
"\ I..Hew can the Clt,'. new industrial park be made these Instructors are paid. Let us not be blinded by old / .
'attractive to enough Industry to substantially help and mostly archaic prejudices. The fellow who rides today's "
the whole community . /.nd. farther will payrolls band wagon will make It. The fellow who rides the bandwagon ; l':4: .:".; (
be subject to the acnttlnlei of oar our'prejodlets will cf a by-gone day will find himself pushing the wagon ,I- J .
they be subject to the K-rntlny seeking solid growthIn If it moves at all '

terms of dollars and ten'". .
"I. H w .can the l..kIon.1II'H.nloiDd Fewer people
,be made to andentand that U the electric power"eatages" The Count ,We have
; oontlnae there Is better than a sporting Casualty by jerry l\fareu. ',.' recently added another section of

, chance the Green Cove Sprint Tarn Company SAFE: DEPOSIT BOXES: ,

,"",,, i not locally anyway. which are available to anyone interested
' J. Hew and when can the City afford u It must + j .,'I
in this
1 a central sewage collection and treatment system jl service Come in and nee u,.
1 the lack of which, authorities say: Is every day: '\'
jeopardizing our health and growth.I :
I 4, How and when can the City afford as It must, a
municipal survey which la so vital to any long range "Rent One
i plan of growth and developments and r. Today !
.. Hew and when can the City afford, u It must, the Gs
ioveleonieBt to .U.... the magnificent, undeveloped -
waterfront we have.
Each of the candidates will add other Issues: these are
basic. We will prcw; for an open meeting of all candidates.The Telephones:
evening of February 23, a Friday evening only a few .

days before the election, seems as good a time u any. "too Nook imoAm NAVY IUNCN roogmnrTte 284-3650 2S4-3999
If the issues are faced and discussed, then the resultsof 284-3051
the election are up to the voters and they will have no '.
quarrel they did not understand what they wore voting for. '. t-" orCongnq -

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t Green Cove: Socials I Susan Jeffers, Park, Geiger, -t' Peek Hodge -- Late Models To I

Jr. Wed in Home Ceremony Race JacksonvilleLate
Diane Weaver, of Green days sightseeing in central

Coif, has been placed on thee Florida. ;
Miss Susan Jeffers and Park The bride U the daughter of
Dean's LUt for academic Mr. and Mrs. Forest Moody model sport. can, the will be driving a un Chevrolet
I Francis Geiger Jr.were united
achievement during the all Mr. and Mrs.Carl McLemore .
He U the llet South Carolina
and the groom la the son of rage of small track racing, are
I. 1M4 trimester at Jacksonville and their daughter have 'recently la marriage on Monday. January r 4 champion, and ranked
Mr. and Mrs. Park r. Geiger,
,1. University. To qualify for thee returned from a''visit 25, at the home of the by coming to Jacksonville Speedway third In the national point

Denti List, a student must at- with their parent in Orlando. groom's family la the presenceof her The father.bride forest was escorted Moody and Saturday night. standing last year.
It Uin or surpass a scholastic The ear are IBS thru 1962 Savannah Speedways 1963
immediate families The
the street dress
j t average of 3,80 honors, or better . The Ray and Mrs Gordon wore a pink length models and built exactly like champion and 1964 runner-up
t.. than a B average Craig spent. a few days last Rev Ralph Morgan performedthe with white of accessories.white buds.Her NASCAR Grand National can. also will be among the field.

Ie week in Miami visiting Mrs. ceremony. corsage The groom'was father rose served Some of them were driven in Frank Brantley of Savannah,

u Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carlisle Craig" mother. the Grand National circuit. of Savannah won the track
best for his
as man son.The
U moved Ut week to Star Route i AROUND & ABOUT residing last year.A title and will be In a 1963
Ha 1. Box 85, DavU Trailer Mr. James White returnedlast couple are now field of 30 U ,expected, Plymouth. Jacksonville's Eldon
Walnut Street, Green Cove
I t Court. Deland. Mr. Carlisle Sunday from Raleigh.! N. (Continued from Page Two) on I for the four-event card at the Yarbrough. who will pilot a

I t Highway Patrol u a radio aa the ..u..t'or Mrs. Fred arty there would belong to MRS ROBERT MAXWELL three ID-lap heat races and a Joe Penland last year
operator. Dodge. John HalL John would have HONORED AT SHOWER 40-lap feature. Practice begins
r. enough property to build anywhere ,, at. 7.30: and the first. heat lets

!. Mr* OWen Reid,of Bouloug- he wanted and would Mrs. Robert. Maxwell, the the green light at. I:30 P.m.
C lie. Fla. U visiting her mother I love the place enough to pre- I former Lora Lee Hutton. was i Mbjp'T Heading the Hit of early entries
(o Mr Thelma Praaer for a few QCEST SPARER AT serve the arsenal as a state honored at a shower last. Friday for the $1300 event la

I weeks. While her ahe la also ClAY men PTA: monument. at his own expense. I evening by the choir and Bud Moore of Charleston who

(o seeing friend and relatives Clay High School P-TA will This guy Smith would be I choir mother of the Presbyterian
lucky if he ever bad more than Church at the home of
hold its meetIng :
regular -
Gary Clarke, ten doubloon be could call his Mrs. Ben Zellner. - -. ---
1 a student ate In the High School cafeteria I
Florida State University, spent on Monday, Feb. 1. at 1:00: own. even If he lived century.\ The house was decorated ,' 'M+C1 ryAr ,
I the weekend with his parents with camellia, gladiolas and
O'clock. And so I think I
Mr. and asalea carrying out a pink mo- III'
I. Mrs. Edgar T. Clarke.
, -, Jesse Tynes. supervisor of ... tab span ef life aOotodsaaa tif. Th girls of the choir as- f'- I CLEANINGREPAIRING
public Instruction, will be the it "
t Mr. and Mr*. Oeorte Turners guest. speaker at. this meeting Hath BmlU ka dene thekestkeeaa I listed in the srvins.ADproxlmaWj ' 1 ; and

had their daughter Mr*. Bar fifty Mendeattended ' .: .h',t .,, ,
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and Mn. MaxwcU F' ,
bara Seoord. of Compton, CatifaqnU. "O4 rives an .*. aO earth, f A storm Isn'tparticular.
t as their guest last Fer a Geed Meting. Jet received many lovely guts
te lave. I
week. While here Mr*. Turner at BeeseaaMe Mess CaB heart I ....... ,' ''II jIF' GUARANTEED WORK .
lIMe saaal .
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and Mrs. Secord spent three The Clay Ceenty Cneeeat. geutl.Ordelas. OP CIVITANS TO TlUt't why It made tent toprotect

t 111. I fee each em .*r.t,HONOR CLERGY Mia! Vashtl Elaine: Peek and tured a round neck, three quarter Traveler:' your Umbrella house under of Insur The

: shall preveBeleved i The Orange Park Civttan I II Leon Eugene: Hodge were united I length sleeves and was Let UK clennandrepalr ant. Ash about our Modern
STATIONKEROSENE Ever alL Club will honor members of in marriage on Saturday, January edged In light blue. She won Homeowner' Policy,end let ua

I I the Orange Park clergy at Uulrmeeting 30, in the Pentecostal: a light blue satin hat with a I wore about the storm

: Home Delivery or POOO Welt tody : 'next"Tuesday.. Holiness Church at. two o'clock.' circular veil. Her corsage wasa your radiator
, U-IIaal It Service Available Orange Park Mayor The Rev. Ralph Morgan per- white orchid.
O. Odum ha this
proclaimed now.
Phone 234-9250 formed the double ring Ceremony. MU Lamina Wicks, of
I por
a* -Clergy W"kIIOU the
Oraage Ave gal Cane It. GREEN COT 1O debt owed local minister for Green Cove, wu the maid ol INS. AGENCY JM

I their dedication and sacrifice The bride U the daughter of wool honor.suit She wore and a her royal' blue VAN NESS ...,". NerO Oraafe .. .
corsagewas .
I In serving God and their nation. Mr. and Mr. Kenneth R. Cite
Peek of Daisy Arkansas, and pink carnation. BIICI PONTIAC .... OfMA R5daep
At their meeting last W"It'1 the groom is the son of Mr. Olen.Hodge served M best Flame M4-WM ..

Don Pool'sOOOtLAUKMrT 1 Orange Park Clvttans beard and Mrs. A. Olen Hodge, of man for his brother. III Osage Anew .

Hugh. Donovan lieutenant!, I I Green Cove.Escorted Following a reception at the G..... Ceve ''ring' *'' .........'J InMTRAVIUBM
SN40 governor of Clvltan International by Arlln Deal, uncleof home of the groom's parent, ......lit-I'" ........ ewrurea

Pataetee a ....... OMB Cam and Johnnny Fischer, of I II I the groom, the bride wore the couple left. for ArkadeIpbla, 114.1118( ,. Hue) $..*..., ..........
the Jacksonville Clvltan Dub, a white knit. wool suit with a Arkansas where they are both t e
Open M Been Bvery Day define Clvltan Ideal and goal 'straight skirt.The jacket. which sophomore at Hendenon State ,

r10ss.o.ert ........ I la "IIIheir fellowmen. ,I buttoned down the front teaothlon Teacher College.

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DRilliNGCOMPANY by Dee Morrison : ''S/

That embartMalng"fl",f.'. .& shadow"maybe salon It'* slmpls when done this war.,. p.Ore. .
a grievance U ataay *men, hut te a woman start getting j a professional hslr-cut er shay'leg.
t,159uI1uudeL'CIJ1ANJins- Meet reel no persona! peeve oulU: rival Uil* one-three .Pont be Independent here. You. may cut one Park King JaekseavUIe. !
r THRU r day. before the slat appointment ., whir ef a patter for a drew and elsaect a
the" tUU"aN..-with a ease ef that hedrag* chicken U a"T"hut lave, your hair te the ,.'.. Phenol EV Men er EY |.*4II
lOCK AND AITISIAN WILLS Bled sad Montrollakl*hairdo known as "mil. With a good nt, Jtm've already won half the
I NO,." ....M.R cbooo* the 'right shampoo for
Not tee.leaf age when die tasted.wind-Mown your type hair I and give It two washes and thorough
,t_ w. fpeef.Nel I look eelffear might: rinses. If your hair U evens er ha a TIRiSAM.
have C.s"CJ faahtoaahle al week long) tendency to tangle see a cream rinse.Now .
\ I That day U a* ...... The easual. swinging you're ready for the Important part-
ELECTRIC PUMPS i hair j look sepoMlar nowadayla ... toeases! the sot:Take a tip from the ssq rtes They have
U manage.Oe Ue contrary,that"a.ear*"look rejected ae fallacy the Idea that hair should drypsrtialiy ,
1p I WATER SYSTEMS I* the recall of caUttlaud effort which doe*work before setting. A setting take* belter the smallest U the LABGEaTI/
-A- -up te a petal. .1&1 the saw eld try-little and ...,. that way .longer when. the hair ls
rain, a breee er two, "humility .la the. air-andwttigtef completely 1 wet. .o when you're rolling, your Distributor' Miller Tire Antolito' Ihttorle
tr F. H. A. TERMS .Mr. ate,. U hair, spray each eoMUm. with th* special' setting
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erewalaf glory gUrtees. 1(..,. New York hair hair It a4 ef Mrely coating It Spraying en a RE-cAprma ; RETRBADINO
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NOW OPEN j jr. toward the Ms***. this. year. While lovely te start at the foundation. ef your set and woks
look at aadeVsextoe U 'look la. the Ivanleh from the Inside out -and'e-
.. took Is sijsWtfi ..aad>mle .One nUt After a few you'll el"&h*e
tree** aaCmMi w* he ready .. ship year good that you nay .be temptsI.I. ; : PARK
LONe 0111ANC1.Jeah aalrde' back M IMSB. : nest appointment A*a matter If fact yen may
COIN OPERATED eenMrlraw All tale. add*.,!.the fast taut the ealy way ere* heroine a tme-hla do-It ysero.ller-wM} Station Service
/ Sinclair Hood
those day te keep'a hairdo took tig hampc* has abandoned "mid-week mop "seves.daystay
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WHAT u Boor POll CUT .11 aeoe .011 TMI'' aueur By PJJNCAN( O. GRONCR It la pleasant summer af have a sackful of this guy's J Bf

S DUNCAN wOUTHWAlTE CMMEIU _. ttlTOR AMP PUBUSHEX /following ternoon In the year 1041 I am potatoes and, head for Green L ,The...,. Dr. 0n Hews**
ELIZABETH LEONARD 6KOMEH ......i ,...... .-llcAlTAlYPulL. (Editor, Notes The lines were written last standing in front of my house Cove. always glad when the devil
week before the possibility that Job Corps Training i 11
...... Even,,TIHIMMT B, Cucm. PUN. $MC. arose a which happens to be in the I trade my sackful of potatoes defeated. Detective stories
Center be established In Green Cover art
iqlfbt This
P. O. MX I7SOMM mar city of HapevUle,, Oa" some to Oeorgie Pool for a,lot 'alwayi on the'side of the
Coves: SnHNe. FLORIDA vellous opportunity for the community, which carries withIt an.
nine miles from Atlanta. loaded magnolia trees., gels. It may take time to
TELEPHONE tiCS I84S1S6lieou a $3.6 mlujopk annual bayroll and could well be the making tin.
CUM PMTMI PM AT CUM Cowl ....-.,FIOMMSUBSCRIPTION of Greet, Cove as a modern, bustling Industrial city, I am !looking p and down looking up and down the St.. ravel the I plot, and catch the
HATES makes these following lines even wore Important to ear the street, thinking about not Johns River from JacksonvilletoPlcolsta. crook but he get caught. Ht
ONB YEAH lit ADVANCB 010 citizens). much and wishing could get may be slick and ahrewd. but
TWO TEARS IN ADVANCE! ...4.........f..aJ* one whiff of ocean, or river or In due time, I build me a he never gets I away with It
It Is .considered view that petitions! generally, are even a creek which is most house with the help of Mr. After all"'that U ,what the
among the poorest tools of democracy.' Z, arrived at this unlikely as Georgia is about Dishes and Baldwin all the minister is there to remind u*
view on the basis of a :feeling that most people who sign the driest state in the United potatoes I have left and a of "Be sure your sin win
Wonderful Life Together"Those petitions have only the vaguest Idea of what they are sign States. mortgage as long as your arm. find you out,".

Ing. I do not like Georgia anymore To get to the House of So dont be surprised that
I like Texas. In Smith needs quite a little explaining ministers read ''these'
very humans who :achieve sixty-five years of A petition that has been widely circulated in Bradford than exciting
living are likely. to look back and marvel at their own County . and fell on its prat has now gained some Texas: Z see more riven and if you have not been DR. OEOEQI F. HOWARDDon't little books. Remember' that
prestidigitation. circulation in Clay,County less water more Cows and less there because the road runs James Ifoffatt and Prof. 0004.
The rarer and leu vainly human among us who can milk; Z see farther and 1 see plumb out at the end of Myrtle * you enjoy reading detective year of 'Chicago: University
look back upon"sfortyfhre years of marriage and exult Z refer to a petition which opposes the location of a less than any place in the Ave. stories great translators of the Bible
"It's been a wonderful life together" are thrice blessed by Job Corps Training Center In the county on the stated world. I will not give you 20e The lane that leads to my X do; Z find myself admiringthe wrote bloodcurdling detective
their Creator: in health in a miraculous sense of good ground It would "creat social strife.: for the whole state of Texas house la not a road at all We Ingenuity with which the stories The"'preacher is alto
taste and In the savin grace of being able to stand apart This Is, Z believe, the sheerest tommyrot.The and that includes one of its call it "Peasant Point" as we Points and the Perry Wasons a sleuth and sometimes he gets

and laugh at the foolishness of man. petition lays, in'part: displaced clthens. are'the only peasants that run to earth the meet cleverly his putt ndhauls, him into
A case In point In this rare adjustment to life is Oreen ". ; t it Is our considered opinion that a program of Well, while I am standing live there. concealed crime, and put their the Kingdom of God.In'.A .
Cove'i Eutora Brown Biddle and her "Jim." Each of them this magnitude and nature would seriously! imbalance and there thinking about oceans Once a personality confuses fingers on the flaw in a "per- really Christian Church
dares admit to having spent"" sixty-five years In utter happiness have adverse effect on the social structure of a rural area, and salt spray and such Z am me with George Davis who fect" murder.It Its members also will be on the
in the company of the other t and each confession and . we believe this program would create social strife astonished to see a barefoot lives on "Pleasant Point", and U said many ministers lookout, not for the faults and
was made while the other was out of hearing. t . because 2,000 enrollees from different areas, backgrounds personality coming down the Z put up seven hundred feet read detective stories. Why villainies of fellow-members,
What adjustments have these two ever had to make and environments that are stagnated outside the street Across his right shoulder of fence, order two Uneolns The answer is easy; It Is to but they will be developing a

Mrs. Biddle, 83 years young, looks back on the long and mainstream of life would create too much Impact on a he Is carrying a boat oar. and start a beef with three keep up with the devious ways gift for uncovering any lurking
sometimes fearful Journey she made, as a little girl, with sparsely populated area and be detrimental to the welfare Ordinarily Z will say to such nice people before Burch of laymenl And to ret away piety or some hidden goodnet
her circuit-riding preacher-father and others of her family of our children ." a character: "What in the Stump slaps me across the from the hidden, tragic\ side in others.
from Illinois to Misaouuri. . in a covered wagon. name of Davey Jones are you nose with the back of his hand of life with which they deal. It takes acuteness and Insight
Mr. "Jim," nearing JJ6 sold Model T's in Bunnell halfa This !Imperishable prose is a very masterpiece of implying doing with that boat oarT" and snaps me out of my trance. It Is relaxing to follow crooks i to discover'good hi others
century ago. If great age has slowed his feet It has not all sorts of sordid things without having the courage But Z happen to remember the Anyway am sacked out In and unlikely clues; much more Goodness is probably more
fazed his mind. to come out and aay one blasted thing. dude who got so mad at the my bedroom on the north side so than chasing a miserable secretive than wickedness At

The.few years from the covered wagon to the ModelT When the petition first rounds ,, ocean ha oust Just such an oar of, the house overlooking the golf ball Into a bunker! any, rate we often hear men
was an epochal period'In America's development: the Bradford making the in on his shoulder and started St. Johns River. My head Is Then too, In detective stories proclaiming they Sri no saints.
County, Oene Matthews
settlement and growth and federalization of the vast con- ford County Telegraph told ,the, editor of the Brad- walking. He would walk inland cushioned in the crook of my one gets away from all the Then are many who "do good
tinental heartland beyond the AUeghenies. It markedthe whispered clincher, ran. me like classic approach, the until some hayseed asked him left arm? and Z am looking mushy love stuff that fills so by stealth, and blush to find
dwindling and demise of any semblance of an American wanted you to sign his something peUtlon this when the fellow what it ,was he was carrying out the window and thinking many novels. U a I minister It fam,.::'How...often >do w.
aristocracy, the rise of the dominant American middle : When that happened, he would what a beautiful world it Is.. thinks he has some tough cases learn a man whom we had
1 class. The beginning of mass production assembly lines. "This here Job Corps Training Center's gonna bring set the oar down and buy the A full moon Is shining as In his woman's guild, he discovers thought quite ordinary has
The voice of Thomas Hart Benton of Missouri became, In lots of niggers you know, real scum, stuff out of jail guy's house as he did not wish yellow as a piece of country the ladies In the tour done soon of noble actions
suddenly, as telling as that of Daniel Webster of Massachusetts. Brother, you dont want your daughter raped by no nig to have any truck with anybody store cheese and strikes a der plots pf these stories maybe no one had suspected.Our .
ger, do you?" who had ever seen an golden path right from my good-looking but they areas churches are afflicted
Prom the Model T to the'Mus'ianr, the United States The average man or woman on the street, suddenly ,ocean or read Moby Dick. window to infinity. hard as nails and very with self-appointed detectives
and the western world went ,through something like an touched by a wild fear and the processes of democracy 80 as the dude comes along Yesteryear, some Spanishand handy In the use of poison and who are constantly hunting
eon of scientific growth and moral decay: two world wars, too 1 very naturally, admitted, fast he didn't want his side, Z open my blue, innocent turned down a suggestion a gun. communists and modernists -
the Nuclear Age, the Spaceman automation a retreat from daughter raped. eyes and say to him like this: from fort-building Boats Furthermore, a minister 1s under every pew and be-
"family units" to an unlettered and egocentric Individualism. "That is about the biggest wain's Mate-who wanted to hfnd every pulpit. There oughtto
"Well, sign this" The clincher butter paddle I ever saw, and build an arsenal there. The W. be, In every church a department
From the covered wagon to the.Mustang there have Something like 4 percent of the residents of Bradford Orandma Uoeeley has one O. explained to him this particular CHURCH NOTICE: for unmasking good
been changes; fantastic progress In the area of technology; County were taken in by this gaff that is two feet long I" lot was reserved for people who never blow their
something akin to a retrogression in the field of morals and Z was In college during the days of the Civilian Conservation This 'dude looks me over like Hugh Smith 200 years from CHRISTIAN SCIENCESOCIETY : own trumpet.

manners. Corps camps that kept youngsters who had no maybe he Is close-hauling his now, where he would build a Jesus was quick to detect
These sharp and sometimes incomprehensible changes One trade of and 'could not get Jobs sometimes when they dId. thoughts and says like this:: house and raise his kids when Cr. E. Benton St. A goodness and promise In the
In our basic standards have left Jim and Elnora Biddle camps was near Lexington, Virginia where Z "Friend" he says, "I wish to he finished making the world N. Magneto Ave. most unpromising people. His
was a student. There
unchanged. They were sure of their own ideals and if was no raping or pillaging make you a present of this safe for democracy and was was not a suspicious nature.
someone, charged them with being old-timers, It did not One might think General Sherman's troops were corning butter paddle for your Grand put out to pasture The W.O. GREEN COVE SPRINGS I Strange to ..,., He believes you
matter They could sleep at night. of windows, raping, and burning and-hanging: little girls out ma Uoseley, and I would also said they would go on'down rtOUDAFebnury and I can amount to some
They have had a mere sixty-five years of' happiness by their thumbs like to buy your house. the river six miles to build 1. INS thing If we would let Him

in the company of each other We wish them hundred. As crazy as, some.'of.the things the', Govern-, WeB.quicker than'you: can'asy their fort. because the prop. Sabjeetl SPIaIT lead us out of the prison house
went does, I don'$ believe it is going to locate centers all !"Green Cove Springs'*. I (Continued on Page Three) : I of selfishness and conceit.

over the nation that will become local social hoards There
In Green Cove Is, let us admit, a sort of basic hoard to breathing "
Speak Up Trainees are being and will be. I am persuaded, carefully -

screened.and'care will be taken that no criminals
The .traditional weakness of local f municipal 'elections are enlisted ' .
. a disadvantage,. 'to' voters and candidates alike .-i is Have Peace
that .there simply is no public platform .from which candidates It has been said that the basic reason for the fantas of Mind---

may discuss, or voters Judge, the Issues. tic industrial growth of Thomasvllle, Oa. In the past decade ,
In its upcoming City Commission election on March 2, 1s that new Industries have had a fine vocational training

Oreen Cove, its Commission candidates and Its voters. have school nearby from which employes could be drawn. 'We C
#9 opportunity to correct this situation. certainly need one around here and the obviousness of this ....; 'I.v t'
TOe' Crescent .hopes some arrangement can be made Is going to become abundantly clear in the coming monthsas '

smpnf the Qty Commission candidates to meet before the Johns-Manvllle begins recruiting employes for Its mul .r I TAX
'i.4/t Iio '
ti-million .
voter an4 to face up to and discuss the Issues of our growth dollar Green Cove plantLet . .'t1'W '!\" -#e. Deductible : ",
us not spend our passion on ghosts. !
sad progress. )
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>Even sjJren, such a public confrontation, It will not suf.ties Let us get a program to make more akllled labor available :.' '1 SAFE
to get Into windy recitations ,of: any candidate's re- It Is a commodity of,which we are now in short supply ft ;",PROTECT BE ,SAfE".
UglOtts .r military background. It Is splendid, u all will because having had. for so long a time, no employment .1 :'i ; I \ "'
agree to have a good church-going record but then some our own youngsters have gone either elsewhere for civilian A/.Or; YOUR DEPOSIT h
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Of the biggest crooks at large have to be shoved out of Jobs or into military service.It 04 ."" ,
church when the parson locks up. It '"valorous to have a Is highly probable that,these training amps will ;.BLh'.Y BOXES i
mJUtirjr background, but then most men still able to walk become assets to the communities In which they locate ,n 1 .,,. PLAY 8APR
to do. i It Is certain they will attract a highly paid, high grade of 1t.\.\It.. .. .
The basic Issues, we submit, are: instructor: Someone's going to take In some of the money : ..
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S; I\Haw can the .CIt,'. new industrial park be made these Instructors are paid. Let us not be blinded by old ': Y."I "
\attractive U enough Industry to substantially help and mostly archaic preJudice. The fellow who rides today ., ." : ', ",,: !!,j I ,

the whole community . .'and, farther, will payrolls band wagon.will make It. The fellow who rides the bandwagon ', ". : I '-." ,

be subject to the scrutinies. et ow"prejudlees or will cf a by-gone day will find himself pushing the wagon .*.;: . ,' : .
they be subject. to the scrutiny seeking solid growth If it moves at ail , .
la terms ef dollars and cents.. .
'.. HeW can the Jacksonville' Municipal Fewer people 'I'" .
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, ,be made to understand that U the electrle' power The Casualty Count bylecgMacousG >> t ? "We have recently added another section ofSAFE
'i "nteg.e".eoaunse there la better than sporting ", "J.
i chante' the Green Cave Sprig.. Tarn Company : DEPOSIT BOXES

wont . not lowly anyway.' : "W .. '. which are available to anyone interested l
: 3. Hew and when can the City afford, u It Most, .... .ifJ : in this service Come in and ,''I
. a central sewage collection and treatment system, ace us. <
t the lack af which, authorities say, Is every day, .. ., .
I Jeopardizing ear health and growth.

, .. Hew and when can the City afford, as It most a
f sawddpal survey which Is se vital. te any long range :Rent One
I { 'plan. ef'grewta and development) and Today !

6. Hew and when can the City afford, as It moat the G
developaeat te utilise the magnificent, undeveloped
waterfront we bare.
Each of candidates will add other Issues; these are
basic. ;We will press for an open meeting of all candidates.The : Telephones:
evening of February 22, a Friday evening only a few

days before the election seems as good a time as any. Root rmsLWs NAYS tuwcM lotrnewCemlessne ". 0 2844650284999!
If the issues are faced and discussed, then the result 2SW051 .
of the election are up to the voters and they will have no >>riJ. ... .
quarrel they did not understand what ,1jf orCongress
they were voting for. ". -
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- Green Cove: Socials> ,1 Susan Jef ff firs, Park, Geiger; -,. Peek Hodge Late Models. To I

Jr. Wed in HoMiss CeremonyThe
Diane Weaver, of Green ,days sightseeing In central >me Race At JacksonvilleLate

Cove, baa. been placed on the Florida
iliaar. Dean's List for academic -' Busan Jeffers and Park bride U the' daughter of t
Oetger Mr. and Mrs. Forest Moody model the will be driving a 1JJ7 Chevro
achievement! dlll'lnche fall Mr. and Mrs. Carl McLemoreand Francis Jr.,were united sport cars,
an. 11M trimester at JacksonvilleCWversity. their' daughter have .recently la marriage on Monday January and the groom Is the eon of rage of small track racing, are [let. He Is the 1884 South Carolina

111\. To qualify for the returned. from a visit 23 at the home of \h.poom' Ill: and Mrs' Park 7. Getter, coming to Jacksonville Speedway champion and ranked

the Dent List a atudent must attain with their parents In Orlando. family In the The bride was escorted by Saturday night. third Inhe national point
presence I
standing last
Rebut or surpass a scholastic her father. Forest Moody and year.
of the Immediate families. The The cart are 19S3 thru un
average of 3.M honors or Utter The Rev. and Mrs Gordon wore a pink street length dress Savannah Speedways 1983
1 il than a B average. Craig spent. a few days last Rev Ralph Morgan performedthe with white accessories. Her NABCAR models and Grand built National exactly like I champion and UM runner-up

theIlia week In Miami visiting Kn.Cra1c' ceremony. I II corsage was of white rose buds. cars. also will be among the field.
Some of them driven In
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carlisle .' mother. I The groom's father servedas the Grand National circuit Frank Brantley of Savannah
WIll moved last best man for his eon. of Savannah won the track
week to
Star Route last
No.'. 1, Box '65.: Davis Trailer Mrs. James White returned AROUND & ABOUT The couple are now residing A year Held of, 30 .is expected title and will be 11a 1993
I Walnut Green Cove. I Plymouth. Jacksonville's Eldon
that court Deland. last Sunday from Raleigh N. on Street
Mr. Carliale (Continued from Page Two I ply for the four-event card at the
tIna will C.. ten G gat I Yartrough, who will pilot a associated with the 'beresMspent, 'days l .Y Jan Speedway There will be
that Highway Patrol as a radio as the guest o( Mrs. Fred erty there would belong to I 1957 Chevrolet, was second to
MRS ROBEBT MAXWELLBONOEED three) 10-lap heat races and a Joe Penland .last ,
JOel. operator. Dodge. .' John Hatt John would have 40-lap feature Practice begins year
Sly. enough property to build anywhere st 7:30: and the first heat gets I

Ib1e, Mrs Aid Bouloug- JESSE TYNES TO' BE be wanted and would Robert Maxwell the the green light at I:30 pjn. .
tiales tee. Ha* is visiting her mother SPEAKER love the place enough to preserve former Lora Lee Hutton way Heading the list of early entries .
] Mrs. Thelma Fruer for a few GOES AT the arsenal as a state honored at a shower last Friday for the $1500 event Is

.eta weeks. While here she'is also CLAY men I'-TA monument at his own expense. evening by the choir and Bud Moore of Charleston, who
IntoInb Mint friends and i choir mothers of the Presbyterian
relatives. Clay High School P-TA will This guy Smith would be
hold its regular monthly meetIng lucky if he ever had more than Church at the home of
: Gary Clarke, a student at In the School cafeteria ten doubloon he could call his Mrs. Ben Zellher.
and the Florida State University, spent on lIond.,. Feb. 1. at 1:00: own even If he lived a century.' The'house was deoorated RADIATORCLEANING
the weekend with his parents O'clock. I with camellias, gladiolas and ,
And so I think
err Mr. and Mrs. Edgar T. Clarke. aaalea carrying out a pink mo .
Jesse Tynes. supervisor of
st .Ia this .,.. el Mr* aJMedaaaa r't' I
; public instruction will be the tlf. The girls of the choir as- t'I ,
inc Mr. and Mrs. George Turner ,stated In the seowtne.ADproximaldy .'
. guest speaker at this meeting; .
leu Hagh Smith hat eves UM -
had their daughter Mrs. Bar. I fifty friends
bare Secord of Compton, Calttorjnla. bestheeaa."Oe4 .,attended and] Mrs. Maxwell REPAIRING
yet gives an mm all earth A storm Iin'tparticular.
as their nest last Fer a Geed Printing Job I received many lovely gifts.OP .
week. While here Mn. Turner at Reasonable Prices CaB GUARANTEED WORK .
ore Bat state Hush heart .IsOrdains
and Mrs. Secord spent three Taw day Cewity Crescent '
At peat. CmTANS TO Thll'l\ why It make tine to

left let each an* spa,?HONOR.CUKOY' Miss VsihU Elaine Peek and tiered a round neck, three juar- protect your house under The

111Cf) BUD'S' GATE'ST TIONXEBOSENE Beam shall reeve ever aIL" The Orange Park dvltan Leon Eugene\ Hodge,were united I I ter length sleeves and was Let UH cleanandrepalr Travelers enc.'Ask Umbrella about our el Modern Insur

1114ft .1 Club will honor members of In marriage Saturday. January died In light blue. She wore Homeawner's Policy" ,end let ue

the Orange Park clergy at their 10, In the PentecostalHoliness ,' a light blue satin hat with a I worry about the storm,

1141U Home Delivery or POOO W... IC.I, meeting Meet Tuesday,. Church st two o'clock. circular veil. Her corsage was radiator
U-IIanl It Service Available Orange Park Mayor Walter The Re,. Ralph Morgan per. a white orchid. J. SI.A TEl SMITH
l' O. Odura baa proclaimed thisas
Jill Phone 284-9250 1W' "Clergy formed the double ring ceremony. . WIll Lorraine Wleki ot now,
Weer" noting the
udrag Orange Ave aai awe: tt QBEEN COVE Qrd debt owed local ministers for '. Green Cove, was the maW 01: INS. AGENCY J

, their dedication and sacrifice The bride Is the daughter of honor She won a royal blue .
.tI VAN NESS ...... H length 0IuIt _,
wool suit and her corsage .e
serving God and their !\\a. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth R '
and was pink carnations. Gras Cmtheaw SMtwi /
Peek ef Daisy Arkansas
) Don Pool'sPahaeeae tion.At their meeting last week. the groom la the eon of Mr. Olen .lodge served at best BACK PONTIAC, '" ...-.... '.

it 1r Orange Park Clvttana heard and Mrs. A. Olen Hodge, of man for his brother. ... Oraag Aveaae .

r Hugh Donovan lieutenant I Green Cove.Escorted Following a reception at the Oren c:... Springs 'ae; ......, vtei TwaValawS
lead H/1 fD 00m I.oI8nU governor of Ctvltan International by Arlln Deal uncle home of the groom's parents, PheMlMielSIMUU uurnanes to.vamssNm5A

..Itct M... a. Omsi Om and Johnnny Fischer of I I of the 11'10IIthe bride wore the couple left for Arkadelphla (Jsx Hue) ,., ..........
the Jacksonville Clrttan Club,J a white knit wool suit with a I Arkansas, where they are both .e" e
0... M tarnsseg I ""
Day define ClvlUn Ideals) sod goals straight skirt.! The Jacket which sophomores at Henderson State
lit ...... ..... ....... I la serving their fellowmen. I buttoned down the front tea Teachers College.
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ron DRilliNGCOMPANY oihion report&beauty I III. 'SITTING ,.m _'TIRE p

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embarrassing"nwen'elock, ifcadow"maybe beset* .loiJ '. simple when done this war.,,
s grievance to a ,man, but to woman start ; :aprofeselonelhaircut er shap
sea ISM no personal peeve suite rivals this .:-three ing.Pont be Independent h.....YM "may eut ene Oar. Park King Jacksonville
59 r THRU 6" day still M go before the. next appointment at who ef a pattern for a dross sod dissect a
the boeety -with a ease a/ that hedrag* chicken te a"T".bat leave your hair le the ere'i. Phenol EV MIST er EV Mill
tOCK AND AATf IAN WILLS god sad MacontroUabi.. *aalrde known as ld- With a good cut roaVe already wen half the
... battle..nest 1k.'right shampoo for
[ Hat...1..,age when the totaled windWowslook your type heir and give M twe washes and thorough
new** We* SMMUELECTtIC was ia vogue, a devastated eeKTear might. rinses If roar kale eearee er hatendency a
ban heat eau 1IInf fasbloaaWe aS week long! te tangle, nee a .:' rinse. 1'1....
I PUMPS'I'f That day Is a* ...,.,. The easaal., swinging New, you're ready far the ,Important parts-
"hair leek sepoMlar newadsys Is eel se canal the sot Take a tip frees the eiperte. have
WATER to III.......Oa the eoMrtrr .whisk work rejected ae falls/the Idea that, hair.heut. dry
'f SYSTEMS te the leevlt W ceJevlatoTeVeH' / partially before settle setting lake better Press' the smartest le the UUtOItTt,
p te a,.ea..It's the same eld. story a Itttle and stays that way .Meager when the heir Is
rain. a Weeae ef twe, .hamtdlty la the air-endswhgtnj completely. .... Be when you're rolling' year
F. H. A. TERMS Distributor Miller Autolite lletterieeRCATfNO
kaif storts to ...... hair,spray ear!h ..ION with the special setting Tin ,
Oh,tie trials and tribulation keeping that" lotion Set 'N Forget, to build. body Into year
erewatof gtory glirteea. New, New York hairttyllatTKeeVirk hair listed ef merely. seating. It Spraying. en a -I-! RETREADWdOltANOK
4 ( Jones, is ferseaeUng s trendtowsrl setting lotloa weeks Menace unlike hair spray RII'.uJ\mO
NOW OPEN the ftiUsk. this Wkile. lovely to It starts at the teundstlm.f. year lit and works a
look et. . to Iee. to the. Ipsnleh from the balele.ul. -.11I-
lest Is tandyreeles.. One swift After a few prattles sessions. yeaH be so
., .' N "..,U ..,. ,onrbsl good that ,.. may be ..atty.e that : I'AUK
COIN .rde. neat appointment.. Ae a r may
OPERATEDDRY Jesbeerrvlhl Pb. Ikls an.. ptTthefaa Mat the wet evea hseeme a trembles de-IVvoe reel.fer-wile
thw dare to snip a hairdo ieeklaT has abandoned "...-west nip" fer "sevendaytoyl" SinclaJr Station (Hoed Service
14MEMNR new to to . It a beset between visits to : '

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may be quite different from those of your n.. jtIiLor. The stock which _1.... ..e. ..,.,,-Y -. -a....-I.--..'l- ..... T"l. Middlei,iirir-Hutl r 2.527.--rr: ..

may seem right for one in\..-.tor may U quite wrong/ for another. --a--.., .
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Age, income, family status, present investment.-all of thene adorn l.-c -... .
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should be taken into consideration in arriving,at a vise decision. On .

the same basis there may be a stock or stocks you should sell now. KILN DIIIKI:. PINK: '

Our Registered' Representatives will be glad to dicn the question Sheet Urn k .'l' ('t' I'onla I- Kava: ,Drip

with yon and assist you in making and implementing your Mortar MIg ,Plywood Molding-

McCormick Concrete Co.: Shingles-- .._ sails. |UN') ,. Cement_- Keif

A.atJ'iatl'tl with I). li. McCormick &: Sons, Inc.

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1 "It's Been A HanDy 4 4 w- Life Together"See 1D I Commission L ll'
For BaptismMembers
( .editorial, page 2) Approves ;
'Mrs are reminded they are reqolred to turn on'car
Mr and James Monroe
residents ', lights at dusk, Deputy John A. Petersen administrative of. the congrega- quested that they be:baptised!
Blddle of Clay County
assistant to Sheriff Jennings Murrhee said further that Grove at the regular Sunday services
for 35 years and of Floridafor Survey'y Lion of the Hickory
motorists may not use parking lights for driving and in the JaU.
half a century, lok forwardto ; Church, Green Cove,
v Baptist
,y that bright lights should be dimmed .at the approach The service was being conducted
another wedding annivesary The Oreen COY eClty Commission witnessed an unusual baptismlast
of an oncoming motor vehicle.' by William D, Jones a
this month and back
on at its Tuesday night The Sheriffs'office requests the public's cooperation Sunday night. deacon of the church, when
65 of married life withan
years meeting, voted to employ In these traffic rules W order to minimize traffic hazards At their own request, three the three, men made the unusual
exuulUnt.:.."It's been a happy
Smith ft .
: Olllesple Jackson.
life to' etlir." a traffic tickets prisoners at the. County Jail request. They were sent
vllle engineering firm to pre Sheriffs deputies to the church for, the
escorted by servicesIn
It was on F eb.! 1896 that
.! sy pare applications for Federal
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t to the church to be bap- civilian clothes and most
James Madison
young funds for s municipal
members of the
(named fpr. his grandfather, Such funds"'Ire granted 'on A versatile vehicle ItChevrolet's tized. congregation
who must have been born near a non-intereet.bearing loan basis The trio: Joseph Henry were unaware of their identity

1836 when old, James Madison payable'only' when the results New Sportvan Douglas Richard Allen Spur- during the baptismal ceremo

died at the age of 85) met El. of the survey aer imple- ling and Hughie Morrison re nles.

nora Brow the beautiful mented.

daughter (se picture) of the The three areas the survey Scouts To

Rev. Edmund Brown an Evan will,cover are: ti( ) a sanitary _ Boy I

gelical minister In Kansas sewage system including a central t4 4 4t.

Four years later, on the collection and disposal ) Canvass on Sat.

same day they were married plant;. ((2)) water ;;supply and .. a.I
in Cambridge, Kansas distribution; and (3) street : r 1 Four Boy Scout troops in 410 of the Meadoworoolc-Bel-
"It took me four ;years to paving and storm drainage.. the County will distribute approximately lair area of which Jason R-y
find a good wife," he says now In other action, the Commission \ :Iei: 1,000 Good Turn nolds is Scoutmaster and! Tom

"Yes. she Is likely to add, voted to call fo rredemption ____ Day bags throughout the Darby. Cub'Master with 73

"if some of our ;young people all outstanding general 4illhliul' County seeking donations for boys
:i today took their time they rL.1 refunding bonds of the Issue (' c Goodwill Industries. The bags Material collected from the
wouldn't marry the wrong per: of Jan. 1. 1851 Bonds now ; will be picked up a week from I. Good Turn Day drive will pro
son" outstanding,' totaling approximately
"'- Saturday. vide continued' employmentfor
Both are longtime member : .... .. j $31,000, were scheduledfor Boy Scout officials ask that I 120 handicapped personsin

of Oreen Cove's First Method. .... _. .. redemption in 1968. all families contlrbutlng filled I Northeast Florida. Robert
aj' st:
let Church. He served as superintendent Executive Director
L. Heath
.. ; bags have them out on their
of its Sunday J .? '.". porch by I o'clock on the Of Goodwill Industries said,
Schol for several years and ala ,. /. X-ray Survey morning of Saturday Feb 13. "If enough people contribute

devoted counsellor for many "'" .... bags of clothing and shoes, we
more ;years. Today he misses with their Scout troops participating look forward to increasing
1905-Mr. and Mr James Madison Diddle would
Oreen Cove's Troop
the comradeship membership.he once enJoyed ., three children (L to r)1) Harold Biddle, deceased; Ken' Planned For locally 121, of are whlc hRobert Mitten U the number of handicapped .

from its neth Biddle of Keystone; and Margaret Biddle, also deceased employed from Northeast
collateral' descendant of scoutmaster ....Ith 31 members!
Nicholas Biddle a Pennsylva Clay CountyA sAl Green COY Scout Troop and Florida"FOR

nia signer of the Declaration . r Pack 149, of which Henry
of Independence Mr. Biddl Floyd Is Scoutmaster and Cub
planning'meeting for the BEST In all-round
was born 1'1'1, Possum Hollow, Master with 50 members; Orange
forthcoming X-Ray Survey to
Penna., and Went. to work, as Park's Troop and Pack goad printing try the CRESCENT
be held In Clay County wax
a young man, In a McKeel port 11II ... 24, of which Vern LaFollette '
held Tuesday. Feb 2. at the PRESS INC. The price
(Penna mill where another r ,)t"r Is Scoutmaster and Frank

young man out to conquer the QulSeSana Hotel '-.- Brown. Jr. Cub Master, with Is right.
Hedaed Doctors A. Y.Covlnton .
world was then employed HI by .. Combining passenger car appointments n'llhi'duraiiae' 73 boys, and Troop and Pack
and H. L Stephens rtntcrclal chnwln' construction, the new Chevrolet Sportvan. -
name: Leo MaR-uire.'now also a total of 15 people turned out |to be available In mid-February, Is a versatile multi.lt1rpolI' JIIIIIIIIIIII 1IIt1IIIIIUIII !J
a longtime:resident of Oreen to hear of plans for the survey. station wagon. It offers economical transportation
Cove, Mrs Mertle LeClalre. of the with space for op to eight adults or approximately one & T V
f" of .".. T'", ",.. ,. .. John's Radio
Moving first to Bunnell. in n ear p- T n v.In| N redo H, fHrce! *- /f':.'!le. ,
1914, Mr Biddle established Health Department, gave the _........:... -..----
schedule to the and this
there the ,first Ford Agency, 'n ZENITH
will be forthcoming to the -: :-

The Model product T. It was was started called'only the special general public printed shortly flyers through which FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE AMANA XOUOK: APPLIANCES;

after .
some persevering, cranking -e-
will be distributed throughout
and cussing and as he recalls -; the Experienced Service On All Makes rf Models

it, he sold In his first : Lg1r Robert county.Ohl of the TB and CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET SERVING CLAY CODNTT OVER II TEAM

year something around a Forda Association of NE. Fla ---'e e -

livered week . at about 1500 de. 1965-James Madison| Biddle. "No man ever had a finer RD told what the TB and RD US PROVE THIS SERVICE TO YOU 24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs
without heater and girl than that" Man. would provide during the Phone} 2M-3122
radio). .... 1m
survey and talked to the volunteers I".nlleen.M"+ .. .. 1 IIiIoIi1..IiIIII..IIIII'.IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I"r.. '-I ---
After they moved to Green 1r, .**"** -
: from the various areas
Cove in 1929, because of MrBiddle's Two Robberies" about ways' of getting more

poor health, he ran people out to the X-Ray Units.
the motion picture theatre for

several_..years_ and then_ .joined Reported by Sheriff ],if/It/ rla4dy
uuii on corp, WIth which he
I County .Judge Thomas J Riv Drill; RifT Results to u .
was associated for many A 27-year-old Oreen\Cove I "? I

years as numerous plaques man Is scheduled to1 appear'in ers. pas"" Uae.13. Try one and I > .. . ;'f .:I., .. . .
hanging: in the living room of$ .Circuit Court this afternoon on I Sheriff Jennings Murrhee remits!
his modest' home it.---; 'Jt chare'lnv- 'lvlnr'.an "armed reported that on !the ,same S"fflU. r T

Mrs. Biddle two years her robbery last Saturday; night at night ,in Mlddleburg. Carter's
husband' junior,recalls moving Jetf' Bait and Tackle Shop Trading Post was entered 'and and arrested a suspect the following ;, t Man'of' the Year

as a child, from Illinois to In Orange Park.According cigarettes ,and less 'than $50 In day. He has confessed

Missouri, In a covered wagon to.. the Sheriff were taken... ,:. to the breaking and entering I .' . ,
cat: Duty t.. A. inns and Con. the Sheriff reported, and will -
As she remembers it, the trip office, Joe Davis: an employe;
took several weeks and shedefinitely at the shop was held up atthe Irving Padgett he said be sentenced in Circuit Courtat b -1I "r' ' C)

prefers travel by point of a SJ-callbre reovolver worked--.0- together on the ,case r. a date not yet wet.r .

Mr. If a planned trip to Kan. and robbed of 130 .a Wo are ploac l to announce
A"5 to visit some of her sisters He was apprehended three

i_ ttlarlUes\ next summer they hour later by Sheriff's depu.Uea r I Mot ; : ,

'\.Jl go by plane working with! Orange Park \ e < ..
It IB evident that next to.her Town police officers. and Constable t the aelertimt i oft

t, ";'!ears with her "Jim Elr.V Carl M aeley.; He was I Let'sDance t .
arraigned 'on'" Monday before ?
Brown Biddle Is proudest .

"->r five children 16 grand'ch11drett'and . .-Y'rev t ra ;. M.; 'Le Roy Smith
it great-grand-v 1
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":'Qo .many I children nowa"I : of Orange Park
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are.{born in hospitals, \ ; ; ; kA t
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jd the and fed . '
i on .streets "
ff restaurants,They don't : .r 4;; dp ,n RS

t what'home' ... I, think S :
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iron children\ were always .ir I -AT- Prvmilont of the Laurence .', Lee Club
1'.y; I never-worked, except v'k' !
.. .i
'oi< i.hemahs ,lays.ri . l .
living children .are );C T.( RJRC3 j. .',,.."-.,'.... .'."-'.-.. L&T Bar & Grille The rcMinsular't/ TOil Sales Club

..:th Btddte. with Clay .. : ,( OLL
.\'to Coop: it Keystone; JoAy''I'GS'r' i

.* "us fiddle a Jasper lumI { I GOOD F FOOD-GOOD BEER 5

I Tn; Kills Biddle a Tampa
''irifusman; and Homer Bid- I "1' .a. 1t '.t'" I
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,''* principal of the East Pa I II \ ,. q i \ ( 10 Miles South of Oreen Cove Springs

I a School Their only I j ,t; ,.J,. ... I
1 Mile North of Line
day County ) I
'itef. Mrs. Joseph Pope, .
\* the wife of the Southeastern .

T'''n'"er of Upplncott Pub- During 11)64) Mr. Smith achieved an outstanding record in the ,
1' hlm Co. I LATE MODEL featuring professional

selling and servicing of life in tiranre to natinfted clients
1L iy1 Iwl Sagsmdorf I
1ISI thra IMS Models Ills ability and knowledge. in the field" of estate planning and bim-

BUY U AVIN650ONPS w' iK'iw insurance' cnalJod him to be nelrrted' ) Man of the Year
top carter<< agents.
CDUKTRVB I We are most happy to honor him.
( SLIM, SHORTY and MAX) I \t'

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BACON. Plaintiff' In KUWARii r*: Eital U. of OI.Ii1. THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS "V, Have you over heard of tiring a doukU econonle life T We'J

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MS CONDITIONING BEVERAGES KEAL ESTATE ROBIRT'LIiII1! : BACON.IWfandant. TO ALL CREDUOnrt AND1'EHdu.SH NKW KUUK.: ft corporation,ntlntUf.CHAIti.K other dar! ho had to bay evening.clothe*-ytt It'i a real thrill around.:. I

NOTUB! or stir HAYING CLAIMS s hen when n*can iqaeeio enougnmoney j

THE 8TATU OV FLORIDA- Olt 1>,KMANI UttTATk)>8 ADAINifl'MAIU : :!) EDWARD: ROllERS out of our enormom living where your money went In'termeof '

MILBERGER. : .il JOYCE W, ROOERM, Oipcnart to gel the klda all a pair ) satisfaction (b)< .
REALTY ROBERT: LBB BACON You ana earl "f 10. are hla wits 'JXtandante.HOTICR (a personal ]
PAUL'SAll TWIN Addraa* hateujr nutiflext and required I* of maker. What kind af traiy future Investment and (e), .
YOU ARE iiIIDY: NOTIFIED prvaenl any eJalma! whlck you OK iCIPTHE hndgeieonld wo have skis schlevsment your future
REFRIGERATION 0" either or yeu.' nest bare STATE OF t"LOIUD4-Tot would kelp .* provide' for the
Mad know
that a cull baa been family goals.Then you'll In
llilda Nelli.Realtot CHARLM
Klnet tha catat of EKWAUDU.
. . ..alnat you In th. above a. NAULK, deteaitxt.. late of : : UNKNOWN future? what direction to start planning t
Legal Beverages tilled caue> and r.lI are hr*,y MAILING ADDRESS Bu. II,
said County. (4 the County T nd saving ,
SERVICE: te.ulroato.ere upon plalntltliatlorn.y Answers Your
Judge of Clay Cunty,, Florida Navv:
whose flume ana pwdries at his ttfflo In" the court house cia nest Pet Of flee "double conom- Question This we're''
RENTAL SALES appear h.raon, your writtea. pli/lrlln
N.w York. New YorkTOWN
Open I'A. M U 1 A. W. .. buof of wad County at Urn Cote lei" problem Itbeeoralnf en might. .. our
.r." If any to the stop.
Mr ''C..U....... ............. 8|>rlnaa. Florida within Us calendar W. ROUKR
in said Hull Insurance In view ef that
eomplajnt ropyof
sad 6..IO.N a.rrla ft ACREAGE ft LOTS months frem the time of ,
whirl la delivered to toil and more com posslbllltrrAnrweri
9 8. Palmetto Street the rim publication of this
... brore'
*.ltII. oa or Februart REIIII'ICNC'NICNOWN.,
mon foryounfmarrledi
Dunl County Une Residential Commercial 1/. A. It IMI.Herein nut Ice. Two roplea ef each elalm MAILING ADDHtKS: Out |7,
Home Phone Z84-97S when While funds are In good
or demand shall be In 'wrltln-, ,,
fall deora < Navv 1101
Business MMM tS4->SSl North of Orange Park btatrlU eollll.... will b.not antrd or .alnat pr and shall stale the place of real r/o Fiet Pnt Of fie* the husband'ssays. supply It might pay you to Investigate 7

Serving Greater day ClairJIl.1u7 jro* for .lIef prayed In the. bill dime and poet Offlo addre New Turk N.w/ York "social status" life Insurance ybu can buy
of complaint.THH of the claimant and shall he YOU ARM! HEREBY NOTIFIED .14;nt' shoots up tats over a short period of time-
APPLIANCES BOATS PmWU" : SAID SUIT worn I* by the claimant hlaagent thai a mil ,has barn filed a*.lnat and his shoot which much
cvg nr attorney and eoom. In th above and expenses up even protectyou\ on a
BKINII FOR toll rauee you
panted by a filmy I.. at on* fester Forget the old budget longer bade .
WITNESS! my hand and the Ire rwi lrd to (II your aniworwith J.
TV APPLIANCE PHONE011ke aeat of said Court at Ureen Con dulls and ash claim or demand the Clerk of ibis Court categories about a certain part of Instead of paving! premiums all

SERVICE Itt-lUl Bprlna-a. Florida, this Tth day not an filed 'hull .b* void and to .seer a copy: throf upon your Income Doing spent for food your life, you can choose Insur
INLET MARINA ot January,A.U, 1M4. ll/riOHOTHT C. ALIFFKiemitrH the nlnlntirr vr Its. attorney rent entertainment ete.-slnce which in full in
nee a
you pay
Borne ,-, U&-U51 Cu At th. I*.tWill Mahoner Hadlow, Chamber* soil/
Vft Repair An rand OEOHDR
Seeking CIa,. County orange Are S. ai Bag St. Clark Circuit Court KDWARD 0. NAflLR.deceaied.. Building. jAckeonrtll. I Plnnlds mar actually mean "working getting your financial obligations
MERCl OUTBOARDS. Grora Or BprtaoCrnOLSTERT By i Marian: H. Bohra not latrr than March I.: IMI. liYou expense". out of the way In as short a time::
F.r Rlxteen Team Richard C. hardlyAdorn. T. J. JKNNIX01 JR. fall to in do, a t>*ori>* Pro Instead, keep a careful recordof as possible. Several different
"I"'nv for Katate of Cnnfreeo will tin entered aalnlv
Orance Farkv- Ph. 391.IUSfLiLIERI0N'S MERCRUISER SERVICE ., for PlaintiffAddraa onWAll'1IL NtOLE. direnaedKlret u for lire rief| dmnnd In I everything you spend for six: types of limited payment plane

Bank OulMInt .. publication Jnnuarv II. 'IS the CampUlnr.' Thli lull li la month, th.n.i I down and look 1 exist Your agent could suggestone

BOATS TRAILERS Oran: love Hprlnca, Flor.da" I Ill II, .-.. II fur,.lei. a m..,.,....,. The real1rnnenlr over the. Items. Ask: yourself : which best meets your need..
nrord il -
aalnul laUt
a.... IS I.. :
OUTBOARD REPAIR II1OPUwy. T 1 It 00 K', Unit I nrmrdlnar .
SI N. Orange AT*. A Z UPHOlSTERY IM TIIK rinrtir ('01 I Hint thereof retarded 1n, Pint

Green Con Spge.3$4.4944ACCOVNTIMG n Orange Park IN SHE COURT OF AMI FON l.tV C'QI'--.T'' Honk (, use, I* nr the rnrrvntTnaither a> I.RflAL NOTICE iiUl. NOTICEAIIIKNTI5KMENT
i-toHini. IN 1'lli'lCENY.tin. : enhlle nra'da ot --
THE COlNTf Jl'IKlK:, Olaf
Phone I64-.MS lIS,MapoU. Avenue .' ca Flnrlils.
Green Cove SorinnPhono PROUATbk AUIANY SAVINGS DANK I with all Ururliirca and IN TUB CIRCUIT CotlRT. : roM.BIUSWaUd
In r*: Katal fANNIE a torpuratlon, I'Ulnllff. Improvement now and here*ft.r PIMJHTII jiuucui. ciuci'iT, blda will ba .0,1..4 by
INSURANCE IM-S7I4 : ... .I 10:11: KIN'". I" nn paid I land: and all fUturoaow IN AM Shill ('lAlf COUNTY the lounu Cummiealua. at Clay
REED ACCOUNTINGAND 0..,....... LA\\TiENCH A. UKNAEtKH: and or hereafter allaiheil" to or YWIIIDA, Count at ..** ..., Tu..dar,
FURNITURE TO ALL CR6.O11TOloANO MAIHMIlhT: t. llfc.NAWYkll.hla ; : liaM. In rnnnrrtlnn. with the IN CHANCRIIV .....11.." iS. l.16. at lh. court
WORK wife, Ifefondante.40TI1K".. hreln dcurrthoit and N&& un liium, Clvrit o( Cinuil Court
In addlllnn thereto ,.... llreen Curs! B'prlns
Or SlIT lh follow. ,11' LIFE INMUllANCk) liriiwi.
FRANK mono BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS 01IMAN: kMTATK.I'M AOAINrrHAIO rilE NTAIK OF 'LUltllt"-TOI: 'I Inc. dmlhe| hnuaehnlit ('tI II'4N', ....rl... at which tint and pU..*
TAX 'SERVICE I It ENt''': A. I>IIN: A II:Y K nand ... which are. and ahull bo a rnrimrailan' all bids r.r.lved will b* puttitoaneneil .
this Kenney Owner SLIPCOVERS MADE Too and aaik of you erahereby MAUHARKT i.. ltCNA"Y li. deemed In ha. f'tiur** and 5eSri rialMlff. Iv : ad raad aluuil for
Special Agent entitled and riulrd to .
I "New Furniture his wit.Iialdaaw.. of th realtvt \0 furnUhina' all labor and mat
7 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove prant any claim whluh you Unknown ,lint Point Ran. and Ov..n JACK F HIRMEII' : and. dale. lot .Inalalllaaall * ........* wltk > **.al l.nlr* with the Old Comfort. .r alther *f you, may ktvaanalnet YOU AUK IIKIIKIIY NOTIFIED I J' Km.Mon funifnWi"r MAMIE M Ml KM Kit: hla .wife. meat fr Jiivenll Nhell.t.lay
Tel lawnlrersoualiz(1 tha '.1.,. of ANMEK. that a ...11... been filed aaalnetIt I "**lr No<1'* (t* WILLIAM J. HIKMKIt and I'f IIn", Urn Cove Hprina
Complete Insurance Grange C. A. HCMMELCLASSIFIED JKNKINd III..... la I* of In Ih. above rsure' sod too CI.AIIA M NIKMEIt: Ma wife" "lor Ida.
Services aid Couulto lb. CoualyJud .,. r..ul' t. hale post aaw.r fltw. ..rt Warner ner<.....1 Wall Ifefendanta I t'uniraitar ."..ll tropoga a.
laAccounting LIFE FIRE: AUTO (. of .lay County Florida, will th* Clerk af thl. Court tinnier' MncVl tilt. Illi NOTH'H or k| ITTHM until sum blil\
HOMEOWNERS at hla office in the court boos..f and lo aerv S copy thereof upon of Gallon nil Drum All wurh ahall B. dune In .'".
: &: Tax said' Couaty at Urn t'ow Ih* nlnlntlff or II!* attorney 1I:1..mnd. Wall Heater Mod.l 'K" FLORIDA TO, I lerd0nra with th. drawlnaa andaiRilflialliint
Returns MORTOAOE LOANS ADSrot Hprlnt*. Flnrlda, within,all calendar Mahoney, lladlow, hambera and n .. ( lleilJenoeI'nknnwn. .. prepared br Alien
HOSPITALIZATION maatka. front Ih* lime otth Adam. Bnrnlt Nntlnnal Hank '"r'tWJTNKHH,> ( "',,.. -A.I.A. Arrhltwl. Work
For flrei publlpntlon of thl. HulldlnaJarkeonvllU I. Flnrlila,, : I mY nanit and Ih, soul) You art hereby notified that hall ba In atnofdam with nun'ttsrl
Phonet Green Cove SM-SJ41 RENTl Motel room.Weekly nolle Tw rople* of Curb claim I nol .later than March I, 111!. If ee thl. four at llrn. Cr.,.> a Pull he. hoes filed aealnetvuu InMriKilon: t* blddera
Business Firms .& .r d.mand ahall b* In writing v.u fall ao to do a l>*rre* Pro ftnrlna-, Florid this II day or and Marl aL-MJexner, Wil and cantrni't documenla pr4ala. 6
Individual jrackoonvtlle SSI-MIS or monthly rates, reaenable. and shall alata Ik. pInes of realden" ('onl..... sill h. .n..d. ...'''.1 JanPlinrt0l .tIMG liam J151n.F and Clara MMlamar I". hereto., whkh drawlno 1
RlvervUw' Motrt. I and poet *fflc addreaiof you fur Ih. relVf demandeil' In i. r AlillulFL"' rierk In lha above entlllniliaueei and naerKlralli. Inatrvvtlona.fHinirart
In. claimant, and shell bawra th* Complaint. Thla poll la t* nv "." o Oerhardt. and thai you are hereby durumania and form of
Antiques Vied Tmtor MILK DFUVERT Mllea north of Green COTO > to by th. claimant, his ..'...1.... a m..t."... Th. realnrouertv IVnulv limb required I. rile, our anewer ..m..i>t mav b* ...ur.. rr *..
Somas at Black Crvek. l-4lte agent or attorney and acromnanled ".........,... avalnit lelilmk l.'l t... U inI. with lb. limn, .f thla Court, amlned at the ."..'. uf the AM
by a tiling /..o of nn. Ill 1. I. III000LI.Allt'NIT' and to senor a copy. thereof upon rhltwt. Ill. Park Kire.t. Jw. CAIIFY'SFLORIDA dollar and awb rlalm oru (INK, airnrdlnar tn plAt therenf Ih* ulalnllff or plalntirr ilrr. "imvllla. Florida, nr at I".
SINGER AUTOMATIC maid not ao riled\ shall h. void. retarded In I'lnt Hook. .. maei .KM: *I. "OTINTh nay whoae ham ....1 adilraea laiUiinerm Court llnue Iran Cv
TRADERS W.D.Morris II and IT. ....'r.nt pul.lla reottrd Tower, ho'br. June* Hurlnaa" Pistil. ...
CONSOLE MODEL .nf Clay Cniinty, "'|,.rliUI'oaeihrr H,.ard of County Commh.alum. and Hay,, tins Flurldit I TitleHiilld. Furl: bid, muet be .ix'ompa.nled .
Admlnlairatrli of
Grow COT Bprtnc, ...... Sacrifice tewlnf machine 'lb.K0,5 '*. with all airurturea and uf flay i'ounly will orrely. . Jaiknonvllla. FlnrMn. not by a rerllded or raahuravhx
of ANVIK Improvamenta tllili In id* l'I.,k'. Offlo. .... .,ltfl.d eaahlM's
now usA hereafl* later than Match .. A.H IMI. or a nr
IS .. Palmer Bt, Tel ...-aII nutrlbntor original price W 9. Pay balance daraaied.T er ns Mid land, and flutur .1. .Iho Cuurh"uaa. ..,.... Co. > able la Cniintv "CnmmleiU Clay.
8. 1' JKXVINHH JR. ,sued thi-ret.ii alan all .."... 1..Iu'lcl... a until.N: If you fall to lie an, decree I 'ouni' *. .In th' amountif
AallfMt Ortat A..... IM or reliable' party at* iit rnv for Klat, nfVMK *aa I.C P.M. rte confeMO Will >... aiiieredaanlnit Illlie.I. :
Ham. .1.1.. w.l 511.1 I olhsr l.hruary 11. IY/6. 5 aunrmnly and
'' : M. .IK'>'"|Nil. d.,.aeedriret . r. 'I'h: ; I yru far Ik* relief des 1
TeL t 4U44Oranire All Jersey Milk mme SI per month paymraU.Sewing >**tlnr, cnnklne' rxfr'a-erillna" f"llowln.l l molded with an agreement that tha bid
l In the complaint.Th .
puhllrat'on Jmi-.." .1I t. 'in llakllneulumhln* nllla/low, Nln. III Y.1'1..01.., hnnra sloe .will nut revuk *r caixel hliiietltiim
Park machine Erg Zac. t-11,11,1'.. .Un Irrlratlnv, sad itnwvr a.e|..mmarhlnea .. Jn h* Inalallrd In the /1st nature of said suit belna for a aeri.d rt thirty
Bleeding Read TeL IH-M1 For ekes 'betUnheb. *. sews .. apnllanoe fl.lur-s ( "u"19 C''U''hllll.' Miwrtfl.,,. for Fnrerlvaur of Mnrtaaaa nor da*. after th* penln e af
55.1 snnmrlenoon... ""'..b tins Ilona I* b. ....u..d at She offlnor dated July II IIU\ recorded. on bids and that In th. ..."1 lbs
Jnrksonville batUru. blind. .Uk..... .&t. THM i oi nr or Tilt rot *. ar. or ins, her.aft.f nrrieln In, "I11 "' tlr''u I *'"..rl. Ur>.n Au..unt i I. I' \in MuriaauaIliwk rnnlrart la awarded t* the "101.
Blending A ColllM ... HOME DELIVERYCALL Phone COLLECT JackwnvllleU1.1I4 T' Jl ....Ie. tl" OI 'Tt. nr he need with In. nr nn aa>drni'aea ."1'1"' ... florid.. CCC, louses /11.41publli Cur, h* will, within. : ten 1101
-M>NIIM. m PliO.%TIG. even 'hn..." tner ,b* Tbs Hoard rainrvM the rlaKt ranrdaof:: flay;! ('rs.n/yt 'Iatids slew after It la aubmltted. enter
TeL TTl-tMl day or right Ak for In r.: Eatal *fDKIXA delaihed or detarhaM.. lo>> relict Inc and all huh. .. and FVrei-liieur nf Mnriiitaedated Intu written runtrarl with the
WK IHKNC:.; : riAttcr, .-'its Hoard of County tVimmUalnn< April It. IMI. rw on ,'I.., County mml..lnll In ..-
TRADE IN ANTTEOMOor SC4-M4 or tl4.||(. credit manger will deUrer.Nei WtTNFNII' mv kand sad Id. *-alIhia era (Is, "olln" April ID lilt In OffMal Her.nrd ovnlant. with th* **..epld bid,
VALUE oblifttlon.' 1-4 ll-p TO ALL CnEIIITolt. ANuVIUONM "">, Cnnrt at Oreen Pova Hvi uremia I. (...11.,.. n.rk.' Volume IS. paa-aa IHLIII and live. tn CUv reams rnn*
I IIAVINU CIWHM4 Oil nrlnira. Yln-ids Ibis II day of .... iI, ".<4.11. rernriU of Clay County, Irx't tierformerw and payment
IIKMXNUM AllAINST lAW Ja.".... ID, !.... ...!. Florid, ssd both of .whlrhmurlaaae bond with pond and auf.flnlant .
MTATE.Vo IKOTinaj ,. C lll.1'''K, Clerk *. encounter Ih* fnl.i I. lurelle .1I.r.'I" tnth
seal ef ... ar.* bare Bv M.r|, O "...h"I. | >wlnv di*"rlbad. propirtr flue t).nr In th* amoun af
by ..lifted"and and r*.t.lrd la preNsl 1 r>e*"lr ('1.r.' ... fills) Clav ('"..,,1,, Flrrlda, 11% el Ih* reilel bid Th.
I.... !.l. U II la-wHt lildiler'a' said aareemenl I I. ,,,.,.
I any rlalnia' sad demaudewlyr'b l I..t "Four (II and III* >:..( pnraled In ,h. ",..,wo'1 form
ru. *r either nf ,,,., HUNTINGZSOfSSS!! half" INlbof 1'...1r./ .11>, the rral vf Ih. bend shall lie 'In.pludod .
CLASSIFIED ADSFOR may k... ...In., th. ,,(.I. of Illnrk Nine Ml, I'eek Kubdl- a. hatof lb. Bidden
Dells IreneI'earry, dereaed. IN TUB CIIICITIT COUIIT OF vl.lon. on tha Weel eM* nf I b... had' nr 11. of aatd County, t* tha less. CLAY ('U/lj1'V. rlAINhl.AIN : r'!! Klnaeley Mb. *. ai-ronllneT In IlIeII.,.' ".."II'I..U..". moat
ir J.d*. .( Clay County, Flarl 'IIANrpnyN. Plat rei-irded In "'1.1 Hunk S ha aallelai..nry In th* Owner.Th .
da. at his office In tk. rogrlknu C011 tap.1, publlo ,...d. of II.."., '....n.* Ih. right lw -
of said Cnuniy at ...... PRANK' S. IANllCl.i.. Jr. Clay County, Florid. .lv. lnfurm,,lltlee In any bid
RENTI Three rm eel. FOR RENT-Conveniently located I'OR RENT Modem unfur.nlabed ':ov. H'rlB... Florida within' l'I.lnllrr WITNKI.1 my .baud and the ..,1 lu r'I.. t acv .r all Mite, *rn
all, caleadar montke horn Ik* ".. CALL THE CRESCENT sal, of .id, (narl .t n.,.. ("nW. I > arrant, an* hid and anr "omilnatlnn >
tap en river. FurafoheeL ForInferutatrMS garage opt FurnUbed.Can : two bedroom ...... lame .f th. fI,.. Buhllrailoa. of OWfeNInl.n' H. PANIEUI.' : ,,"r\i*., ri'irld. Ihla. Ink Cat. *f aliernalea that. In
Ibis awlli*. Two m..l>>* *f *arhrlarm 'INtpaanl5oTIc'N will II fur th*
call Ones Ceve M4-I41I after :Hijn. block bass with TarsThree of Jnauar. a t>. |IiSt U udmnl
or demand ahall k* In or SIITTIIK OKI PMUW U CARUHI.H I bee 15rorsele. sot list ""'."Ir.
tM-SSTt. l-tltfc mllee nerthytof Oreen Cove wrltlnaaad ....11 ...,* tk* lIT A TIG OF YI.nliIlA-TO' flarli nf th. CIITH'I, CnnMllri YlnritsIaard/
FOR SALE: RegMeredTAberd : ..Ur. ef rei.eca and |HM| elf.* n........" fl liaalela.. Itll Ra.t PHONE! 284-3166 Vivian If. Mohm nf County Commlaelon.
facing rI.... Artesian well, .ddr. .aa of Ik. claimant, a.d t...". HI, >' pl. R FOR SALE Three keelreeaahi Angus bulb. U le srieclfremi large, ....U.a, la.daraa.d hall k* wrn I* by tk* claim 0",.. 1 'J II II. llMria U ('.,11.1., lhn*.
us.. Pine Paneling. Large flid and ap ...... T. ant. kl* Meat, vr strop andncompanMd ANN IIRItrtir: : "IT'"" | II
let. Per Infermaleen .bee. kr a film fa. afn FIKfi Shut a Hit baa been PI' ." .-
garage. One Sleek eeuthweatfrom W. Biker Ions, Lake 0...... dollar and turn claim *r ... ..",,,.( v*" In th. s/n'. ."11. I
.... T_..... Greeei Cove 3$4-3141. .... eel .. fll" ...aU bs void.e . lied ...... and Cowan* h..'...>v I
front 4oer ef nigh S he.LIM Keyslene
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14. 11. II. Meutevai / Orant 11'..... f" ,rr, rexalred tn aerv pnej klln
fed en BeavBtve Ave- Heights 471-474. 1-4 ale| A. .n..51or .f t... WI ""'. .lIo.r w...... nsma ntS. '
-- will 551 T..I..I., I ."",... apse-ar ...,."". peat : .
sue ty 14' feet e. West Street FOR SALE SINGER B.TICRIS IMIa lie*. ....,..' written defence.. If ear t.. Ih. See
Will eaertneo for cash. EhreeelJeluasen. HEW- dera4fllrkwd kill" INO MACHINES. start. C. O-.rdleatlornev roger if .wII"'b I la delivered I*
. lee MS South ..... TNN'INI'SIT ('DINT or for KiMlrII. 055 h rewl'b. n0 n r befor
lag at 15..... Abe. led sae.chines PLAT total,. rLoniUAle .a k Balldlnarcwn. March. I. A r'. Mil
Sees ,r (e *elte Tarn MID). and .......1_ We ..,.. CHANCKHV Linen Cuss imlei.. Flodds. 1 Herein fa'l not ... derre. ore
..... tM-MSt. II-S'U. Htk. CHMCAROt. I.... 1./. 11. Ipal iwnfen will|| h* .....,... ..nine!
tee all ...... ef nuehlnee.iMuIr << A. TANHtlliJ.: for th* relief ",.,*. In Ih.

FOB RENT Fumfahedl 1bdrm. at Oft,...'. Itere. Walnut .". PlaiatlH I.' .rr PLoslutOP Mil f>'': mmolelntTHK hUTi-KK: or nir SUIT Spring Motors ;::1 ,

Ill Street. Green c.... Pkene 1 n.A nON B. T U8a: I C (LAI .,.! nm. riwn roti iiivmtcnWITNrMM :
nice at
...... eitra I f thefedat U CIUNCKHVBiK 1 "' : mv hand and She
Cyprees St. CCS. none Ml- UI-4I3I. 1.& U. II. ISeDOHT '.TK K or sin *afItODEKT soul tl pad (aunt et Ore n Cove .
TIIK STAT or rU>HU)A-Tl : T. C""JtWELL I Mctn.e Ylnr'dab'. Ind day
niL TAKE LESS WREN /'lapse. H. Ta*.( ....I"tI" .f Fbri>*rv. A f>. IMIIKOR'IN
can a,i>..... A..-. fc ( .. .n.rlll.1..
YOU CAN GET THE REST! Norfolk Vlralala MILT.nSD YANW'RPNN111CAI4WNIL NRAI.I: .lab Clrtm'l' CourtBy .
FOR SALE 1M4 Chevretet.ttMM .
For sU obeMery, leers and TIM! AHH HEHCHT: NOTIrt Iwfeadall Vv4e.ei If Nnhn'Slits .
ladle, Healer aaree>irdttieedng. > ..U that s ISIS ha* bn nod jerrn M *r ei IT JAMBSprey M.,,,
furultnrelRAXLET ......t tee I. Ik. cue.. ..eiiiI.4em. Tlir STATIC: or I"I.WA-"AI J
whltewaJI llree. ta VAKI-.Hl.CIIH ........, Me PI51ull"f
and are hereby re.alr4
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write P. O. aW. _! .f Mid rrt at Ore** I .* for Ik* relief rard I* le Mrs. Ovida,
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beet pooalble job "Lepett.g AppllleaesCs' SUPPLY CO. rr/LMd /. MSAtrrw I

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TRAILERS Office Supplies and ..4 b.N ....*., .., -.... t Ibo
reejonable. I fre ot deer .f tb cly CotrCctkew hi IN *&*. l( ttvt Noel.

Pacemakers and HotnetUKorrU Office EmiipaMntOsmplete + ,. .....* (... Seism! pedntrltM cMdrtn
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CALL CS FOR for Travel AM. sad tee rM .. February and ItI-loot both ..n

PKDfTED MATTER: Cord Trailers-Be. Plrnetag. Lioe of Greeting I"'". A OKOMOB f> 14* ... ('ARU.I." ?"SHOTS cmtlnf it kittftce- r. .. HIOHWAT 11 N. oman con SPRINGS

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I M H .C &, Penney Farms Mrs. Nellie >E.' Roderick' was

; born 'Feb. 2., 1884. Her father .. ,- t' q ,, fl.' ., .. ....

Reporters SIRS BEXBERT MTEBS. bane S2I-HI1 I I and mother,; Mr. and Mn..Joseph
The Rer. and Mr*. D. L.' trig around in our MHC and observed her 100th, birthday lived in Birmingham ,. ENTERPRISES-TOURISM,
Snyder recently enjoyed an meeting new friends. Jan. 2t, 196S. 'I i.England! ,* &1 CITRUS AND PHOSPHATE-

afternoon Tlslt from .Eustls Her 'mind Is clear and she Later, the family moved to FACE INCREASINGLY STIFF ,

friends, Mr. and Mn.: Harry Next Wednesday Feb. 10. enjoys letters and cards., For New York City. Here, she became COMPETITION.MANY .
Croft also "Sunny Shores" St. 2:45 the Women's Guild S yean she :was State President I.. *a' Social Worker, and for > t
Petersburg .friends Mn. Walter p.m. of the Wyoming W. .T.U.. a time served as superintendent .,
will have as their speaker Dr. .
Bachelder, Mn. Elsie Burke, and through her efforts, some of. a, Methodist Home
minister of
George C. Stuart,
and Mn Ralph Strobel.Dr. places became 'dry.' I L STATES AND COUNTRIES ARE! 'l
the First Christian Church Through correspondence with On Oct 8, 1929. she was married 4. : AGGRESSIVE!*THYINO TO LURE' .I A
Jacksonville. He will apeak on '
Andrew Carnegie she was instrumental to'Raymond L. Roderick. nor vp r "IBA Iwr AWAY FLORIDA'S TRADITIONAL
W. L. Archibald celebrated a Wuhington-Lincoln theme in getting five Carnegie After the death of her husband + s 'Jw yy y 4s ; aSbi4' TOURIST TRADE.- ; .;... '
his Pith birthday while
"New Men of Old Days"Dr. libraries built In the she served for several ddpap..y \
confined to the clinic and was I Stuart, formerly a Seminary State. yean as secretary at International .
happy to have his daughter, Professor has appeared
Friends who send cards (even In New York City
Mrs. A. W. Fillmore from Sara widely on both TV and Radio. She to
I tho late) should address came Memorial Home
IOta and his! daughter-In-law The Women's Chorus will
Mn. Nina W. Hlgby Community from her home in SYNTHETIC DRINKS ARE MAKING
Mrs. H. F. Archibald from St. sing The men folks are especially Rest Haven Nursing Home Floral Park L. I., New York. Copernicus suspended on a medieval platfo..If 'tU1I..n.l. INROADS INTO FLORIDA'S MARKET a
Petersburg present for the Invited. Mrs. CharlesS. Thennopolis the theme of a diorama In The Travelers Insurance. Companies' FOR ORANGE AND OTHER
birthday celebration. Dopp will lead the devo One of the first applications exhibit at the New York World's Fair. -
tions. Wyoming No. 82443. for residence in the New Quadrangle ,. The, .diorama! entitled "The Voyage. of Man's Mind. srmbolltei CITRUS E ,
the birth of modern science: <,
Miss tlllle Kunkle of Sioux of MHC came from Mn. I brought about by the freedom trated through sight and sound

Falls S. D., Is spending'severalweeks The Executive Committee of The preacher for the Penney Nellie. Roderick in the summer from medieval stagnation and Include "The Black Death"sgraphic I
at Penney Farms. Miss Memorial morning worship of 1949, following her restraint achieved by Copernicusand i portrayal Err plague
will hold other
the Women's Guild great thinkers in the which decimated pe.the
Kunkle is an old friend of the. a meeting in the Penney Me. service, 11 ajn, 'will be the resignation as Secretary to the fifteenth century. breaking up of Roman civilization FLORIDA'S PHOSPHATE
Ray Bohncrs and they arranged morlal Lecture Room on Feb. Rev. R. O. Korteling. Founder and Director of Inter- One of a series entitled "The as barbarian threaten iti INDUSTRY IS FIGHTING
for her living quarters at Mrs The prayer meeting on Feb. national Houuse In N. y City, Triumph of Man"the dioramaWill gates :in 460 A.D..and the
2, 9:30: ajn. be found in Travelers'Red American Crliit" shown by
Klmbrough's. Miss KunUe 10, 1:30: o'clock will be In where she had served for 10 Umbrella Pavilion at the Civil War battlefield. a WESTERN US.

has been a high school teacherfor charge of Mrs. May Orr and years many foreign Fairgrounds. Visitors tour the According to The Travelers, efa PRODUCERS NOW, SOON
many yean and has been The special flowers In the Miss C. Tarbell.Intercessory student consulted with her as entire 18-mlnnte exhibit,showingman's the dioramas have been con- A NEW MINING AREA IN
Memorial their counsellor .and friend. progress from prehistorictimes strutted In the spirit vf showing "'
connected with the University Penney Sanctuarylast Prayer MeetIng to the space age, by means how man has triumphed over his ......;?.. NORTH CAROLINA WILL BE
of S D., the past two years, I Sunday were in honor of in the Lecture Room, Friday Some years ago when Dr. Edwards of a walkway Inside the building perils in age past.and can continue IN FULL PRODUCTION.
serving as House Mother. | Mn Nina W. Hlgby. mother of 9:30 a.m. the Founder of International The "Triumph of Man" display to do so when future perils '
who House visited begins with man threaten. _. "'--- '-
She finds it most restful brous- ours Rev. Clifford Hlgby our Memorial will :, .
struggling\ with a boar, The "Voyage Man's Mind" a. -
We are glad to have Mr. and Home Community, he leads on to the days of agriculture diorama Is unique tl In the exhibit,
Mrs. E. M. Letts of Hudson spoke most highly of her services through the rise of civiliza.tlon which \U otherwise devoted to "
INCREASE FARM PROFITSWITH Wls, back with for the and said "When she left 'to the present day and panoramic scene Copernicus I II
us I lost beyond. shown l in solitary thought, adrift
winter months. They are living my arm. Some of the ....u.-rda..on the among the heavens ne "rear-
A PCAINTERMEDIATE In 'their handsome trailer Shortly after arriving here way which visitors will see Wa.- ranged. I

on Lewis Avenue. It maybe Mn. Roderick, found her placeIn

necessary to find a permanent the Primary Department SEE YOU ATEchie's '
location for the trailer and Mr. of our Sunday School where .1

TERM LOANup Letts la investigating a few the little folks learned to NEYAND(
new locations love her dearly. For yean her .
to p fine voice was much appreciated '
In our MHC chair From .
7 years to repay Little Classified Adi the beginning much of h.rtime .

Bring Big-Results to was given to helping Miss Van NESS Inc. ,
Finance your farm improvements Users. Benson in her sewing projects. i !!.NTIAC,
at the lowest possible Try one and Her training at Pratt InstituteIn Green Cm ,

cost You can do this with see your results! Brooklyn, N. Y., made her I When A Better Deal to Hade Tan He WB Mate stl IN
simple interest PCA loan.You ""
automatically increase service very valuable.
profits when yon save Nellie Roderick was a gentle e
on financing costs, slip for quite little lady never very SEE AND DRIVE THE '
credit-tee i. NEED MONEY? strong she has been gradually 65 ORANGEDkE1I'dere

Homeowner pay off falling in health until at

..._..tI.. as .....a.- sal_llnr hllli. One last she was a resident In the
'...., Cmmmtr ,Aftmt" .SO**. mail monthly payment. clinic On Sunday evening Jan. nene 1M.'''' Dim Was
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Northeast Production Credit .... birthday her spirit received herMaster's
519 Eelgewood A. 8* H. J. SMITH CO '
Asseolatlen Jacksonville ,call to come home
W. ran ..t 't.P. "well done good and faithful The Best People MeetSUBSCRIBERS .,-
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servant, and she went to that
Tel EA IW$91 home made without hands 7 LITHE ADS BRING BIG RESUlTS

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I Country 'Garden Club 'Meets]l grants AAA'to UM FINDS most WORLD expensive GAS The PRICES United. ".DDTUt Kingdam chart* I I NEW STEP .FORWARD 'IN HOSIERY I j ariBabies I

Widen (",,.. '- ', .. place'la,UM.irarU to -flU V ei 116 cents per U.S. gallon;
'The Cs" & I'e lean. no retail taxes but high Import
:Doctor's lset-MiddW g. met Overfeeding and over-water up". But a mileage-conscious and excise duties of 30 cents Bombard,Lynda Lorraine,born ward Hamlin 116 Bay St.,

last week at the home of Mrs.J leg and lack of light were given motorist would do well to drive Taxes In the V..8, very from Jan. 2, wgt.. ft lbs 9 OIl; to OC8.

L. BOOM cm Black Creek as causes of straggly house In Ye&eauem A gallon of gas state to state, but most charge Mr. and Mrs. Richard Joseph Rowe, Mark Fleming, born

Road plants. She suggested putting costs only)U.cents.' Including six to seven cents, in addition Bombard 241K Prlngle, Circle Jan. 17, wgt 6 lbs S oss; to
:Co-hosteseea were Mrs John pots in planters in order to rotate 1.1 tents tax.Oasaane to the four' per cent Federal OC8. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jack
MT. Huntley HI and Mrs. them. In 1"raneel\O* the
\ Foster, Sharon Lavon. born son Rowe, 350 Owlnett, Or
charges R. Hager. Mrs H. B. Eighteen members were present American Automobile Association Oil producing countries Of I Jan. 2, wgt. 6 lbs 10 oar: to ante Park, Fla..
Hagtamd vice' president, con with the following guests costs only 18.3 cents, but the Middle East also offer bar.atM&i'Udi II I $ i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Foster,
ducted the neetteg. Mr William Bailey of Wesley the tax brings the total to Arabia 19JI cents Box 1033, OCS. Owens, Earl Frank, born Jan.
The guest speaker .was Mrs.I Manor Mrs. E. W.. Ekermeyer 73.1 cents a gallon. And the a gallon; Iran 2S.2 and Iraq m : 19, wet 8 Ibs 7 ors; to Mr
B. I* Kennedy, of Jacksonville,] of Tallahassee and Mrs. 0. day are gees when the Amer 21 cents. Russell Gerald Wayne, born and Mrs. Earl Forest Owens,
who. presented an informative Lyon Whittle of WarrlngUm. [ Sample prices around the Jan. 3, wit. B lbs 4 ode; to Rt 1, Box 336. Orange Park.
en-eyed' world ,Include the following, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Lee
program 011I house plants. Major England. The February meetIng i Herman, KJeth Jackson, born
ratters ra keeping houseplants will be at the home of Mrs.A. discount. with taxes in parenthesis rA Russell. Rt 1. Box 200 Jan. 37' wgt 7 lbs 2 oar; to

happy she said are: E. Hendrix at Doctor's In. CKMsmg;. UM!" border tq 8wltaerland Algeria ".0 (le)}, Argon Alberti!, Donna Marie, OCS'I Mr. and Mrs. .Jack Owen
will drop the price toaccents tint J1.8 (16 8)): Australia 30.6
Aeels iota nndkeep..pos.,, '
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Jan. 3, WIt. 6 lbs 3 ; Neman. 1. 39A.OC8.
bunt Italy, on the (none); BratH,21t(74)i& Den I
Mr, and Mrs. Caley Eugene
other si Alberti 354A Pringle, OC8
Discount coupons to foreign SB.* (31,3); Greece. 65.6 MM& I Jan 28, wgt 6 Ibs't Mi> ; to

WA"1and era are available In Italy, India, 63.1 (/,,); Mexico 495 Sargent. QuInn Allan, born Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. Ooolab,.
18- thought ((3); South Africa, 306 (none). Jan. 3, wgt 8 lbs 6 ore; to I 8r., Jllbemla Rt, OCS.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wlllfred Burkes, Dorcas Letltla, born
THE WEATHER ", 'lf1E WC/MPH. OF MAN Sargent, Jr. 501 Cove St. Jan. 38, wgt 4 lbs 14 oss; to

oca. Mr and Mrs. Henry Lee

THI MOINNINO OF AORICUITUM Hayward,Samuel Wlndell,born I Burkes, Star Route, Middle
a burg (colored)
Jan. 6, wgt 6 lbs 4 orpi; to
Man's nem them elk 10,400 existence addmens < .A eh.eineii. he..rj ftber- said te give three' to four times more Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hay Ollsson, George Gordon, born
when he stepped yeent le flout eec insg resistance than coaventional note,may soon make It easier for ward, Orangedale Rt, OCS, Jan. 39, wgt 8 lbs B on; ,to
s F ..,.JIM itkkt end miit- I you to put year bet foot forward. (colored). Mr. and Mrs. George Havard
SWARMING Vectra ypropvle.e.lets-you can call it__ Veetra! lop short_ _
TERMITES ARE _, .d. were used le I. being )Introduced la stores* 01lseon.Rt. 1, Box 36A.OC8.
7 \ ....... the Mil w throughout the nation!la Polyvel Scientists acclaim the new tI.ber' Halre, Carol Ranea, born Jan Holmes, Bobby Duwayne, born
seed 111I141 iii."ppe4I Irtnd hosiery. excellent thermal chsrae 9, wgt 4 Ibs 8 OIl; to Mr. Jan. 31. wgt 11bs 10 Ole; to
Made by the Veetra Company bristled translated into every and Mrs. Baughn Ronald
and Mrs.
Mr. Billy Ayon
division ef National piastieProducts
Y s day terms, this means that hotlery Hale '
Company, Vectrs Is made of Vectra It cooler In Holmes Rt 2, Box 286.OC8.DEMOLAT .
call McCALLCOLLECT the Ant new hosiery fiber since summer, warmer In winter Hicks, Linda Sue, born Jan. 9,
the introduction ef nylon around stead of vice versa wgt. 7 lbs 7 oss; to Mr. and
1940. Researchers put M throu.habralor.tta 8hspe>reteatlon Is another Mrs Vernon Oliver Hicks,
meek like MUTINO
the kind
f : you give. your Vectra ",III.-the fiber bounces Rt 6, Box 363, Jacksonville.Hendrlcts .
back without begging
stockings la normal wear.Test or sag 8t Johns Chapter, Order
f Ing. Hosiery made of Vectra Judy Arlene, born
-for- ress made tsIndicatethatstockings ef Vectra elefln fiber also washes easily, dries Jan. 10, wgt. 7 Ibs 6 OIl; to of DeMolay will meet next
Aber are three to four times rapidly-and does not fade. Be Mr, and Mrs. James Richard Tuesday evening, st. 7:30:
more snag-resistant' than ether cause of the fiber's ability torepel I Hendrlcks Rt I.Box 941, Pa- o'clock, in the Masonic
fibers of the same denier, dust and moisture, Vectra Building
Rnggedaeas .Itnt the new fi stockings are less apt to sol). laths Florida
A FREE INSPECTIONJAX ber's only sdvantage. Vectra hat Will women ever get to the Burkes, Laqueta Laquaqulna, At this meeting, the new
rpellenee a soft and silky htnd"i. It's said point of referring to stockings born Jan. 12, wgt A Ibs 7 ly-appolnted Advisors Board
Rich tell eels e n4 to be the first men-made hotter ss "Vectrst" No one knows will be introduced to thechapL.r.
oar; to Mr.:and Mrs. Thomas
ktrewejMlerth s fiber that can compete with silk but there are undoubtedly some
In smoothness Jefferson Burke Star Rt, The new group Is:
EV 9.5561 a When big changes afoot
: the Artl fraita ef Me Mlddliburg,Ploriaatolored:( ) H. B. KoUom. Oeorge Wy*
lob, were harvett.* Troutman Darlene, born Jan man M. C: Wilcox. Frank

ed he wee ektle te Stretch Fabrics Are U, wgt 6 lbs 19 OIl; to Mr, Mores and I. H. Williams.
I'.,. the tvrplwttMtire \ and Mrs. Willie James Trout. All member residing locally
red. Mimelffutwe man. 113 Palmetto Ave. DCS are asked to attend
I p.s-Your friends 'ruse the ......., ed this meeting to renew oldaoqu.lntalltH
have roaches (colored) .
slerves Very PopularStretch
Hamlin, Angela Dawn, born I and make new
WHY SHOULD YOU Jan. 17, .wgt. I lbs 3 ; ones.
This trlvMsh, rnen'i fabrics are becoming designed with this In mind. o"j
to Mr. and Mrs. James Ed-
cheep chew grcrian
The two bolo categories of
defy,le chews In The T,..,. so popular that by 1970 gar'* I -
.,.' manutactureri 10 stretch fabrics I are power. .
CALL MC CALL New Trek WefWtolreiHiyt meet predict
stretch and comfort stretch. crag t Y our with -
I/k wee e1 the cent of all garments will Clay County Property
MUrtoM II'..... oUerenwtthel Designed for use In foundation
lei yew weed! ...., be woven stretch. garments, swim wear, and Prank IF Brown
Iro w men m he erne was The comfort of stretch fab other athletic clothing, power

-' .- .. .... Z Hcj,.is* a strong point\ in their stretch fabrics>> I art highly 1r .... ,.e..Aa4 AseosIsaghase ... 4
r- "-- favor These fabrics n becoming strttchible and have quiet recovery 'a -, leal Bisale Btefcev -
available in varietyof and "muscle power",
a 1/N "...'...., I' I 0IIutIt last
materials and with Where holding strength snot
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I made to measure the areas of fabrics may be used. In everyday rF NOW AVAILABUC BV8INI8R FBOPUTTl6

stress and stretch In the hu clothes, they allow for feel frenlage ea V. .. Highway. 17

man body, such as the freedom of movement and five I (fleet N.Mh.f Green Ce,. IpHegs)

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(Continued from page One) Leroy Smith of Orange INSTALLED FOUNDER'S CELEBRATION SALE!
| MM Wetland Short, Oren :
Park, has been named president '
crating expenses for seed, feed and fertilizer, refinance real Cove Springs was elected --/
estate debts and purchase land of the Laurence F'. Lee president of the County Extension -

The loans also may be used to buy shares. In small cooperatives club, Peninsula Life Insurance Homemakers Council "Super Right" Freezer BEEF SALE \:

that serve rural people. Co's top sales club. Z for 1965 at Its meeting last

Loans are repayable over periods of up to 15 years, They Smith, who has been selling': by Judy Crahitn" week. She has previously 150 to 170-lb Average 275 to'325-lb Average

carry an interest rate of 414 per cent life insurance for less than a I just came back from Jamaicaand tervde a sdelegate to the State HIND QUARTERS .......IbIb.. 59c SIDE; OF BEiSP: ?,,.........Ib. 49c
Additional information on loan programs under the : you'd never imagine how Council and president of' the \
economic Opportunity Act is available at the Farmers Home much there is to seel I After land. ,, Penney Farms Extension 25 to 35lb. Average 150 to 175' Ib Average

Administration office in the Seagle Building Annex, Room leg at Montego Bay, we drove Homemakers Club W1IOLK; BEEF RIB .._-. C9c BEEP FRONT QUARTER 39 1p 'I, Gainesville Ellis is available east for two hours along the with her'
for information the first Elected to serve
most beautiful Caribbean sea- \ 50 to 63-lb Average 85 to 100-lb. Average .- Whole
Friday morning of each month at the County Agent's of. coast imaginable_through ba are: vice-president, Mrs. Frank
fice In Starke nana and coconut plantationsand Harrington of the Meadow. \ ...Ib.

:J fields beyond of sugar Ocho Rios cane.and A fewmiles brook Club f secretary, Mrs. 90 to 100-lb Average AUgood Sugar Cured

Homecoming festivities at St. Johns River Junior College arrived at our destinatlon-Ora-. we Margaret Miller from the Virginia \ WHOLi: BEEF< ROUND, lb. :JOe SLICED BACON 2.11). pkg. 85o;
will begin tomorrow night on the college campus! cabessa.. Village Club, treasurer, \
The Homecoming Queen will be crowed at half-time As is the oustymat luxuryretorts Mrs R. P. Wilkes of the Doctor -
during the basketball game between the Vikings. and Orlando such as theaJolden Head, 's Inlet Club and Council S '- "
Junior Colleke. my accommodations were in a )! i.-\\\ 1.4. ,, ,:
private cottage,complete with its delegate Mrs Maybelle Manning f "
Following the game there will be a bonfire and pep rally own veranda and kitchenette.It s from the Mlddleburg Ex -
behind the gym as a prelude to the Homecoming game the perfect place for informal tension. Homemakers' Club "Super-Right" ](l'aWestern BeefSTEAKS. -- 1
family vacationing, with maids
the following night, Saturday events include a parade The newly elected officers
and baby sitters available always 1.
through Palatka beginning at 2 o'clock, refreshments on A lovely pool and an ocean were installed by Mrs. Marga iii \ } J
campus from 3 until 5; "Skits" in the gym starting at 5 and beach helped make my stay a .
the game with St Petersburg at 7:45 o'clock. The Home. memorable onePineapple Boneless j
coming dance will be held in the Civic Center following I.4. is the shopping Place:! mecca in Ochos for Rlos this I i '.; Chuck ..._._Ib. 49c '{sirloin i Tip Ib. SOc /

the game at 10 o'clock. part of the island. Perfumes, r Bone In Boneless I/

liquor, cameras, Jewelry, sweateis Rib ._..._..._Ib. 89c Rib _....__.._Jb. roo '
and watches can all be purchased ;' ', '
IT'S ODUM AGAIN .111 at 6074 of their cost here Boneless Full Cut
AROUND & ABOUTContinued One of Jamaica's wonders is Round ..._.. Ib. 89c T-Hone .......Ib. DgeI|
I Walter O Odum was reelected Dunn's l River Falls,with its cascades Close Trimmed Boneless '

( from page One) 'I by a two-to-one majority year, wrote more than $1 million If you water're more tumbling daring I into than thesea. r..; Club _,.__Ib. 99c Top Round_ ..Ib. !99o!
total to the I, you can climb to the top for a Cub d _.Ib Sirloin
a debt estimated at $30 Orange Park last in personal, business ._ 89c .--11>
year bird s-eye view of the island,
million. Chase Manhattan had Town Commission on Tuesday, and group insurance 'And, happily, it's easily reached .8901
"no comment" on the proposed defeating Larry Kelley, Jack A native of Hamlet, N.C., he by car from Golden Head. ,
loan, then, and there has sonville The most thrilling experience
businessman is of Duke University
a graduate ;
I had
been no subsequent announce Following his landslide victory and served in the Navy "rafting during on the fro holiday Grande,"was at }!
ment on It.Hardemart. the Town Commission for 14 years as a pilot and Port Antonio. Two of us sat on a IPFCIALE.! Tour Cholc. Wei,'h'. Flute. 'r
common stock, renamed Odum mayor of Orange most recently as US Naval bamboo seat midway along a 85- t Punch Applt-Orp Drink or Jl cam
listed on the New York Stock Park. Attache at New Delhi He is foot raft. Our native captain "OR
poled us downriver until we hit WELCHADE 3 $1.00
Exchange, has gyrated for Orange Park observers to the former Ann L1Let
aid; married the rapids Here he used his yearsof Wa I I
months between 4 and 10, and Kelley put up no real contest Garrett, of Rocklngham, NC, experience to guide the raft 4 Lb 8aper-lU&ht. : T".1s" 8HKX:|AL .
this Week was selling at 4 anda and during most of the campaigning and is the father of four chil- through the Incredibly foamy ttOiS.. 1 Jan Parker Lemon or 1.Ib I.01 each
water. Two exciting hours laterwe f
fraction. Mayor ,Odum was a dren. I landed at '"Rafters R it" eJilUCK: '. -lb.4x PINEAPPLE PIE 39
An official announcement is patient at St. Vincents Hospital He is president of the Or. where we were served a traditional )41ddll Cat I .

a expected to be .made In the Jacksonville, where he ange Park Elementary School A typical rum punch end to a wonderful I. \ i k .Inch. nIB ._...:.-.'.,, iDe "TlI((
near future is undergoing tests. PTA.
dny-and vacation-on the I. ShOulder
, ."Island in the Bun." e \ Boneless > .....Ib."je!) :\. {.
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BLOND1I Chit YMIII neless +
f . ,.j --' Demonstration agent. ; ,SIRLOIN :r1 89r : \
1 friRPJ of .OR.P14% f"'=-: 8I.ACJf. Mrs W. C. Holllngsworth' \.' _
IfAItICINGS THE SRBAT86TCONTRIBUTION the outgoing president, was --......- -
t \ 4O" VOUANDICANMAKBTO presented with an Extension! .....
THI "KOCKtTOF THtt I/Ill WORLD IYIS Homemaker's pin and gavel l +"'. Luscious golden ripe Pound
BUILT fOR JEfpLONG C4lUP OUR COUNTRY'S' guard In appreciation of her
PO/NTIDW/N6SLONsTA/L, , '" ;NOUSTACNt'S FUTURE IS TO leadership over the piut two BANANAS Ilk

SPIED IN AlIve UP TO P' I ADULTS BUY J. S. years. t .1\1111 I)ago Fresh crisp 2Lb Bag
200 MPH THIS5 T7/JI / / / ,' 5/tAY SAYINGS BONOS! The Council accepted as I TOl1Jat 0

HAWK MOST DPTINIflP'J' I' I Alovi one of its projects the organi W CARROTSLarge. 15* '

M THf SPOilT FALCWKYWHICH / 1 I I .YOUNoS sation of notebooks of umpebullltin. "E' CHOP crht Iceberg ,Heads
FI4" MAINlY CAl tt1 f BROwJ to be placed in public

f BlltPS IT 6XA9SfFLIGHT ('r offices and libraries to acquaint '.-es. a.tUee LETTUCE 2--25t .

v /PROM 7"IIE;04 4/R,KNOCKS WltClOSIP /( t many bulletins the public that are with available the. 2 FOR 45' GRAPEFRUITg f 49t

"FIST.:1 y v free in the Extension Office .
$ : Sweet juicy Temple
Following the meeting, anottlcera'
To A 4ysPRfffR' ORANGESSocial 49t
training school was
presented for the new Exten-
15 TO lon Homemakers Club Offi t All Flavors Marvel ISranu

20 INCHIS I ., "."" a.are... r. .w,.

TO WIN(1SP/tIAP 46At'Hi$ cers.The meeting was followed bya Ice Cream lk S: : 48c
covered dish luncheon. Hostesses -
It 611t 7NANMALrs : ,for the luncheon were
/ r Oreen Cove Springs and Hill Special! Jane Parker "No Jloles" Rejf, Thin or Extra; Thin Sliml
fALCON FOR top Extension Homemakers

"I 'V' BIG RESULTS Clubs The group will hold its next White Bread 2 Iaavoa 39c

FLORIDA' GAME AND FftCSM WATCH FISH COMM"'O'' meeting on March 30 as the
Doctor's Inlet Civic Center
Special! "SuperRight"Luncheon
with Meadowbrook and Ridge-

1, Clubs wood as Extension hostesses Homemakers Meat 3 i: $1

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