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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 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135451
alephbibnum - 000579539
lccn - sn 95026712
System ID: UF00079902:00059
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BULLETIN favoring the Blandlng alto was presented tofths OEO on; tary, who to taking a leave of absence from 'his post as be one of the largest urban centers with 3,500 young men

WASHINGTON. D, C. ,(Feb., 11)) A Jb Corps Vocational . Tuesday It was described a* a highly detailed and pro jfessional chancellor of the University North Carolina to serveas from It through 31 years of age on hand :
Training Center designed. to accommodate ever work that has been month In preparation. J director of the Job Corps, expects to have 40,000 young Company Motives I

SIN students annually *n a Nacre olio at Camp Bland- Northrop one of number. of top American manufaeturers /( people enrolled in Job Corps centers by the end of this Federal Electric Is running the Kilmer center under an '

lug In Clay County FlarUs, hat Won proposed. to UM which will operate the so-called "urbap Job Corpf year and perhaps as many: as 100,000 by the end ot I960. $11.350,000 contract from the! Government. Th company J i.1

Office *f ,Economic Opportunity, Northrop OrparaUea training center such: as to proposed for Blending has There are two types of facilities urban, the category will be responsible for housing, feeding and teaching the

announced today.A been tapped by the Office of Economic Opportunity to run Into which Oreen Cove or Blending would fall and rural. boys enrolled in the training program. ,if

the Florida! .(or Georgia) facility when a alto baa beet{, Th urban Job Corps centers will each enroll at least A number of companies view the Job Corps as a major

decision on whether or not a Job Corps training omiter+ chosen., i Jji 1,000 young people, and some will b* larger,'' They will opportunity to get a foothold In the growing field of basic

will be located at Camp Blinding to expected: aomctime: A leading manufacturer of electronic devices, aerospace!1 concentrate on fitting youths to work In fields in which education. For years Federal Electric has operated a worldwide : ,\

next week a ,spokesman for Northrop Corporation told products, missile equipment and Jet trainer aircraft Northrop then are shortages of help In the nation's clues These servicing organization for complex electronic gear I (

The Crescent yesterday.If Is represented in the growing apace sciences and advanced .'' job categories include office machine repairmen, gas station Including the Pentagon's Distant Early Warning system: j'I,

Blandinc to rejected by the Office of Economic Opportunity communications field Its sales within the put dew attendants; retail clerks, custodial maintenance men of radar defenses), and In conjunction with its service |I

he laid it will be necessary for the City of Oreen cade have risen from $171 minion In 1884 to more than and cooks operations the company has run many vocational training [

Core to make a formal presentation Including* an accountIni $330 million last year. In the same period its gross prop*' Of the six urban Job Corps centers announced) 'to- date programs Through Its work at Kilmer, Federal Electric

of accommodations, condition of buildings at the erty has risen ten fold from ".31t million k)'.more than Camp Kilmer, N. J, and another one located at an abandoned hopes to develop new teaching materials and techniques \j

former Navy baa and annual rental. He urged that the $84 million, Naval station near-Astoria, Oregon; managed by the that could] belied in the mushrooming programs aimed at '

latter be put at the )lowest possible figure lest the facilitybe According to the Northrop spokesman the Office'(of University or'Oregon, with vocational training subcontracted aiding slum children eliminating adult Illiteracy and cut. |I

put in Georgia. Economic Opportunity has thus far disclosed plan lor to Ford Motor. Co.'s Phllco subsidiary, are the first ting unemployment Federal Electric<< thinks there might be

The final addition to Bradford County's presentation 68 Job Corps facilities around the country Otto A. Single- to open. When Kilmer achieves full-scale operations,.it *"."s w *- (Continued on Pare Four)
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I jaM To Produce $7.5 Million Of / County Officials Seek 0\

Transite Pipe Aunnally In G.C.S. Plant Salary ,Increases; Johns and

'-. --- - ,- tend In the southern I'! of
Wile it goes "on strewn" in --- part

September, 'Johns-ManvtQes I : i the stato. Huntley Hear School Plea I ITh

Omen Core plant will produce .' Bennett said h* Is seeking

approximately: $74 million of qualified gradual civil or
Trtnctte asbestos pipe Carl sanitary engineer for sales County's top si* fulltlm elected officials are seeking Sheriff Murrhe said h* had been In office too brieflyto

Bennett newty-aamed Florid training.A legislation to give them across-the-board: salary Increases make. the request on the bails of his record ,

district manager tor direct native of Colorado, Bennett of $1.600. "I've been her lone enough though" he added "to

pipe sale. told The Crescent was educated' the Universityof They appeared before State Senator Charley B. Johns realize that my Job, if properly don, requires long hours.

this week. y Colorado, .with a degree In and State Rep. Louis L. Huntley Monday night In the "., you, ace fit to go' along with the other salary rises I ::e

The multi'mlDton dollar Civil and Architectural Engineering County Court House at the first of three meetings at would appreciate your consideration. 'It

plant will provide office for Prior to World War II which County residents were given sn opportunity this. Tynes said other legislation will be Introduced In the '

three J-M managen. Jack J:. r.. ; 1 S n h* served ss City Engineer of week to discuss proposed local legislation, next session of the Legislature, on a statewide basis, to ,

Here, .who purchased a horn Grand Junction, Colo.. After They were preceded In their request by represents* give County boards of public Instruction: the right to rats : I

in St. Augustine this week I* Naval service during the war tires of the Cltlsens School Committee who asked. for additional the salaries 01 ,,superintendents He added however h* ,

plant manager. Bennett b direct ' h* returned to Orand Junction funds for the County's school teachers, and abolition would Ilk to be considered with the other five ;

sale manager for the new and subsequently became City of the School Trustees elections which<<: they termed too ,

Florida district. And Clyde Engineer of Colorado Springs costly. They suggested as a method of raising the necessary.

Norman, distributor pipe sale ; ' and. prior to Kinlng the alesem.ft funds a 1-cent rise In the State's sales taxes -
-murex for, the Atlanta dlVtrfct *- "l'\" : ,:*< r oI1O! na."aIU, ..I First to speak for the County'fi4i4imq officials, was'
: I wall be "movedto.Drwn ;" ... an engineer wlth-thf'Al/' germs 'ralaeLall; I i 4general' .
Con a* soon a* office's-. 1* i.. ,Defense Command. th.n..a'to, CoiIlt1HIarI.r. ., ; ,
,arsUabl ; Carlisle, whoM annual salary Is nOW '",aOO, pointed 'I.I
: H. .to married to th* former
Bennett .who also .was transferred I ;; : i);' France Pollard, of Grand out that tha'matt recent salary' Increase, of $600 was I
given four year ago lie said the workload all
from Atlanta said it _", ,_,\ Junction. They haft a married ,
officials has grown .substantially recent years and pointed
is anticipated the pI.nt'lOtal
daughter living in California: I
:j to other comparable counties which pay their officials
win be told'
production output a son Leon, who Is a studentat
more than Clay does.
In Southeastern markets. CAM BENNETT Ottawa University Kansas;
: According to Carllsl, the County clerk of Putnam
The Florida sale staff U 'win b* moved to Ocean Cor*, sale training and win b* head and a 14-ycar-old sos. Terry,
County pop 12,000) now receive $9.000 annually and to
beaded by Horace Lauramor. 'Additionally, Henry Shedd. of quartered in Green Core. Other now a high school student In
currently seeking a raise to $12.000. The clerk of Nassau
of Jacksonville whoa offices ,Jacksonville, to now undergoing pip salesmen are headquar* Atlanta. '
County (pop. 17.000 receive $10.500. ,I

Others seeking Increases, with their present and requested ,
salaries are: Sheriff Jennlnsi Murrhre, .000 1

now, asking 110,600: Superintendent of Schools Jesse P.

Two Taken Sheriff Tynes, $9,000 now asking $10.500; Tax Assessor Louisa .

; Smith a,500 now, asking $10,000; Tax Collector Wayne

Geiger, 1.600 now asking $10,000; and County Judii
Thomas J. "lit. HensUr Charley. E. Jehns (IU) sad Slate. Rap.
Rivers. ",100 now, asking 10000.
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Flies WalksCounty Uuls L HonUejr ; Geiger Carlisle said that since he took over his office In 1957 I. IlimllU ....",
the total receipt: taken In by his office have risen from Ir.) principal of Ib. Orange Park KkmeaUry Behest| |. at
$11,4)01 to $31,49611 last rear: the first af series .f tewlont held by thewe Ir.......,.*
I Tu Collector. Warn 'Ibis' week en proposed (seal "II."", ., t
G eol)get went to his office at FROM LITTLE ACORN t'A

tax collections In the county last month rose a the County Court House Monday .letter. addressed to Rep. Huntley and signed by the '
chopping 41 per cent from December levels while gasoline Iravlnc his car keys In A North Carolina manufacturer 28 Speeders Too Many six. said, In part: j jW.
with .sale last
tax: collections at the sam time roe more than 10 per the Ignition and then ., Ib. MmknlinMl. f.11-"_ labile efdclal *fkr f
totaling approximately'
Two IS-year-old escape ('' Catnip, tUrUla, U. view f .
till& $5 million .will d.rlde within the fact that we have :,
According to J. Ed Straunhn. director of the Florida from an Okeechobe penal In' the next two weekswhether t" eel had any Wrests In roraptnullon sine Ib. INI "i

Revenue Commission sale taxes collected In the county sutution are In Clay County to. estsbUh facility _*, MtMlvn. *f the lorUa legklator. and In view .( the '

lot month totaled 29.60949. This compare to $2041345 Jail after lit stealing. In sue- at Green Co..'. industrial s father fart that CUr County U growing with ....w.,-

collected In December and $21,43241 collected. January cession a Ford a Chevrolet park.Th 1r '...'..ri able. increase U .In* work and reipoiMlblUlle .f *.f
1944. a Plymouth a Ford, a Chevrolet respective, fne.*, d. hereby r.*..*.t thai cur ssnaal .
president of the
Taxes collected last month reflect taxable retail gala an OMsmoMl: and finallya romp*iwsll.n b* Inertsted |.Ut..I* rr cacti ef ue ever 1
of approximately $1 million I.55 Ford with 0.1", ,'. told he Th thought Crescent chance yesterday abet. we are MW sltowed. whether. tmth (acres** be

key In It; (121 twice ramming snowed In the IMS smtn were good that a firm decision i f
Florida scene and subject painted by four of Ameri Sheriff Jmnlngs Uurrh*** would be reached by N'p p *r bff aay ethic irwlbod during the. INI He*. I

ca's greatest Nineteenth century artists will featura'th car: (I) putting the Sheriff in, March I to occupy on* of the ." *f the tlorkU Imelal.lrrr.IContinued .

opening of the University of Florida's' an gallery on March their pursuit at speeds ranging Industrial buildings at the on Page Four)
9. up to I JO mile an hour: and park, .

John James Audubon. regarded .many a* th*'world's Ml totally wrecking the Cklger II. said 75 persons would

greatest painter of birds, beads the list of artists .with a car. lie employed/ Initially and ; Soil Conservationists
Th two youth win get a j
group of birds painted during his Halts to Florida that this would double u
George CatKa the preeminent painter of the America preliminary hearing on chartc fun production was reached
Indian win be represented by several portraits of Seminole of auto tuft MIen County .
chiefs and two Florida landscape Judge Thomas J. IUvrs on : | See Dairies Moving
March: 1. Th date was set by
Winslow Homer the great SMseapist. win b* representedby tab Off. Seconds later he
Judge Riven to allow the I
a number of his world famous water colors.
popped his had Into Orlser'l
And George leases the of the caW llud- of the two youth Urn iL' At
greatest so office and asked curiously who From Duval
to rot to Green Gore from I Clav
aoa River School. win b* represented by several works reflecting ouUir Florida.According' the youngsters wer*. Seconds

the Tarpon Springs area. later Geiger\ popped' hU head I .,
to Deputy L. A. An
Into Sheriff MurrhM's door Increasing number of theCounty' plantings to '
Approximately, 24 mile of State Road S-I1J. off Bland Bums. the pair escaped from and reported his. car had ba 3M,):* ama of arUi corer for wlldiu provide. 14 tnA

InC Boulevard to Wing paved by the Stats. Road Drpt. According the Florida School for Boys stolen. That started It. i cultural' land will be devoted to > likes end
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.t Okc chobr, on 1Iunda,. Mot lll7'l In the
to. George Carlisle, County clerk, this to the so- The Sheriff took to. Highway I Improved pasturetond a* dale were stocked
far from Oteed bee they are with $000
i U mare from fxjval
called "Curtis HarrisRoad on which "six or IW'm" fam111 Into a., bream too but
1.. Deputy Binn to Highway and
said to have stolen a Ford I 1.000 ..nanrl -
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.. mid Several Jacksonville people' ni. said to have 17. County klng cheaper land catfish hlch
pick-up In wk. After abandonning were secured
purchased' property OB the road recently. It will eventuallylink | acrordJng to the I. COOp rsion 'In tile
It at OroveUnd. police say A short Ume,laW the boy district:
report of Ih
up with the Spring Beak road.' Th work in peorrweooate sunervlaors of IK at no charge
they then picked up a Chevrolet wtr sighted near Roberts (IU* Editorial Page t) County Dull., Conservation
of converting 3J mile of etsistlng graded roadway din UlricI
then a Plymouth then I Store on old Utah.., 17 The A r4 bbek set .s In Green ('". by I'.'., ('....., "Ie,. pewonnej assisted
into paved roadway and constructing a 10-foot bridge Ford then a Chevrolet wblrb Sheriff\ attempted to edge them sad lee s.tte* ffker lmU m.rt>t.t ..iM a ...1 efSI The present milk M new cooperator for the first
over Teats. Creek. cow population l tin* In
they wrecked early Monday over 'and they butted his car .*.*/.n la l.* ..*.n. fthcva steno, L to '.1 Repair of Ih* County, accordIng their, preparing plan for
moraUg Mal 8urk. Then and h* gave ehaae. As thy stood" L. A. IU.... filly r.Mc. Officer ..,_.. U Mi (.. to the report, u farms. Baal plan wen"
Three county students two girl and a boy st Florida they took an Oldaraobil that moved Into US. 17. Palatka aad Male Trsvr Jt>* Mtnh hu44t si ,Mange Arena principally In seven !Urg 7.000.d.I,. Prepared On 17 farm and j

State. made the Deaa's list for UM fall trI Iea&<<. Th gar out of fasolin on the war notified to *H vp road .M ,.".. *"*... .ailing the .il speed er..'. Two ,Is*. ranches comprising J.JM acre,

Calvrrsity say to achieve this astudeni must b* tarrying ouuklrts e4 Oren Cov. At blocks. On Putnam County blacks welt. *(*<. Tr*..., J*..* tea, *f UM r..-..* Allen Laiin.*r, County, Soil Farmers and ranchers mad
12 or more semester boun with a B average or better.Those the Court House they found deputy moved I hk car across dMrlrt. we taking law speed ..**! ..d IrlrfbonlB. IBM ConMrvslloniil, requests for aaalsla

who did It are: Wlnford E. Franklin of Omen Con: ant! th Oigr car, ready. to coov the north entrant to th RU there ffkfn ..r.ra4.1 MM (MM In Ib. *s rllii. lbs .last year his office reported ousted. that| .their conservation

linda let Ricker and Edna Moore both of Orange Park Oral Sweat, a Court Hone Creek Bridge. another at UM three awn .er. w busy flagging Own tar br aeid..dsome ccowralure to 1.750 U their farm ..nd'j
Trends .
employ, .watrhed the youth south tKL Both wisely. decided .| .been. JU M W the speeders 14 rebel *ir .in(.. pound of send, from the M nand for /

Continued oa Pag 41 get In the car. wind It vp and ConUnued on Page 4* some .nll.. ..,11I.J (* a4 II f4 ......... Wild Lit sVrvIc* to make report IConU"T5' IIIld, ?



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: BULLETIN favoring the Standing alto was presented tithe .OBO oat tary who U taking a leave of absence from 'his post u be one of the largest urban centers, with 2,500 young mend '

WASHINGTON D. C '(Feb II) A' Job Corps V. Tuesday. It wu described ai a highly detailed and'professtonal ,, chancellor of the University: of North Carolina to serve from 16 through 31 year of age on hand ; ,

rational Training Center designed to aeeemaiedato ever work that has been month in preparation Jf' a* director, of the Job Corp, expect to have 40,000 young Company Motives ;

2999 students annually .n a $49 MI* site at Camp Bland Northrop one of a,number of top American"manufM/ people enrolled In Job Corps center by the end of this Federal Electric Is I running the Kilmer center under an

lag In Clay County Florida. has Wen proposed U the turen which will operate the co-called ""urbah"Job' Corp!* ;year and perhaps as many as 100,000 by the end of 19(8. $11,250,000 contract from Government. The company }

Office *f Eeeaomle Omwtniity. Northrop Osrporatloa training center such a* Is proposed for Standing, has There are two type of faculties urban, the category will be responsible for housing, feeding and teaching the I

announced today.A been tapped by the Office of Economic ()Opportunity run into which Green Cove or Blinding would fall, and rural. boy enrolled in the training program (

the Florida .(or Georgia) facility, when a sit has beer The urban Job Corps centers will each enroll at least A number of companies view the Job Corp a* a major I

decision on whether or not a Job Corp training center .chosen. aerospace k 1,000 young people and some will be larger. They will opportunity to get a foothold in the growing field of basic

will be located at Camp Blanding U expected sometime A leading manufacturer of electronic device, ;*. concentrate on fitting youths to work in fields In which education For yean Federal Electric: has operated a worldwide :

next week a spokesman for Northrop Corporation told products missile equipment and jet trainer aircraft, North I there are shortage of help In the nation's cities. These servicing organisation for complex electronic gear ,
Th Crescent :yesterday.If rop la represented in the growing space science and ad-f job categories include office 'machine repairmen ga station including the Pentagons Distant Early Warning system )

Blinding is rejected bj: the Office of Economic Opportunity vanced communications field Its sales within the past dew attendant, retail clerks custodial maintenance men of radar defenses), and in ,conjunction with Its service

: he said it will be necessary for the City of Green cade have risen from $171 minion in 1954. to more than and cook operations the company ha run many vocational training 1

Cove to make a formal presentation Including an accounting 9350 million Jut year. In the same period its gross property **; Of the six urban Job Corp center announced) to dat program, Through Its work at Kilmer, Federal Electric

of accommodation, condition of building at the has risen ten fold from $1.38 million to';;more than Camp !Kilmer N. J, and another one located at an 'abandoned hopes to develop new teaching materials and techniques: ,"I

former Nary: base and annual rental. He urged that the $$4 million. Naval elation )near-Astoria, Oregon; managed by the that could be used In the mushrooming programs aimed at

latter be put at the lowest possible figure. let the facilitybe According to the Northrop spokesman the Office Lor .University of Oregon with vocational training subcontracted aiding alum children eliminating adult Illiteracy and cut t

put In Georgia. Economic Opportunity: ha thus far disclosed plan for to Ford Motor Co.'* Phllco subsidiary are the first ting unemployment Federal Electric: think there might be

The final 'addition to Bradford Count presentation 68 Job Corps facllltle around the country Otis A. Single to open. When Kilmer achieve full-scale operations it (;heirs;: ...**-_, (Continued on Page Four)
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I J-M To Produce $7.5 Million Of / County Officials Seek fJh.HY'\

Transite Pipe Aunnally In G.C.S. Plant Salary ,Increases; Johns and '

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When! It goes 011 stream In L. .j. - I tend In the southernf.. >part> of

September. Johns-KaaYIDe" the itat Huntley Hear School Plea

Green Cove plant will produce Bennett said he b seeking

approximately: $7.4 minion of qualified graduate civil or
TranstU asbestos pipe Carl sanitary engineer for sale The Count,'* top six fulltlme elected official) are seeking Sheriff Murrh.e said he had been In office too brieflyto :

Bennett, newly-named Florida. training.A leglaUtlon to give them across-the-board salary Increase make the request on'the basis of his l record

district manager tor direct native of Colorado, Bennett of ",&00. "I've been here long enough though he added, "to

pipe ales SoW The Crescent was educated at the Universityof They appeared before State Senator Charley E. John realise that my job, U properly I done requires long hour," .

this week. Colorado, with a degree In and State Rep Louis L. Huntley Monday night In the "If you M* fit' to go along with the other.salary rite. X

The multi minion dollar aril and Architectural Engineering : County Court\ house it' the first of three meetings at would appreciate your consideration." a

plant win provide offices for Prior to World War Ube which County resident were given an opportunity this Tyne said other legislation will be Introduced In the I

three J-M managers. Jack X. served a* City engineer of week to discus proposed local legislation.' next salon. of the UgUlature, on a statewide bull, to ''I

Han who purchased a home Grand Junction' Colo. After They were preceded In their request by representative give County boards of public instruction the right to raise I,,

In St. Augustine this! week, i* Naval service during the war of the Cltisen School: Committee who asked for additional the salaries ot superintendent. He added, however he

plant manager. Bennett Is direct ': be returned to Grand Junction fund for the County1 school teacher, and aboil would like to be considered with the other five

sale manager for the new and subsequently became City lion of the School Trustee elections which they termed too 11

Florida district: And Clyde Engineer' of Colorado Spring costly. They suggested as a method of raising the necessary

Norman distributor pipe sale 'and, prior to Joining the sale* fund a 1-cent rIM In the Stale's tales taxes. -

manager for,'the Atlanta dieI'trfct -, 1 t&U o|jfehiu-tlanvUtet.* U$3. First" to speak, for the County1* f\IP.'tram, 'oft\ctaiwa, ., !
win be moved:to'Oraea !fijf wai an engineer with tbJ.Ait, + County" Clerk: Qarjr MV Cartlete.Ii. outlined I yon general* f Ir

Cove a* soon as office)'space) U ":'1 i .Defens* Command.- term the nMJ'to false all ,County salaries. ? '.V. *, ; "
.. ; Carlisle, whose annual salary I Is '
available. : .\ H. U married to the former now ", OO, pointedout I't
Bennett, who also was transferred . ' \; Frances Pollard of Grand that the most recent alary Increase, of $500, wa*. t

from Atlanta said It 1- .W. _;' ), Junction. They have a married given four yearago.. He said the workload on all County
official has grown. substantially In recent and
is anticipated the plant' total daughter living In California; yean pointedto *
} other comparable counties which their officials
told' pay
production output will be -
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a son Leon who a student 1
more than do ,
Clay **
In Southeastern markets. CAM. BENNETT at Ottawa University, Kansa;
According to Carlisle, the County clerk of Putnam
The Florida sale staff I* win be moved to Green Cove alas training and wtfl be head* and a 14-year-old ton, Terry,
County (pop. 33.000)) now receive $9,000 annually and Is 1
headed by Horace Lauramore, Additionally Henry Shedd. of quartered la Green Cove. Other now a high school student In
currently socking a raise to $13.000 The clerk of Nassau
of Jacksonville whoM office Jacksonville, I* now undergoing pipe salesmen are headquar Atlanta
S County (pop. 17.000)) receive $10,800

."' e"' .. ... Other seeking Increases, with their present and requested
salaries are: Sheriff Jennings Murrhre, $9000

now, asking $10,800: Superintendent of School: l Jesse P.

Two Taken Sheriff Tynes, $9,000 now, asking $10.500. ; Tax Assessor Loulae ?
; Smith, $1500 now asking $10,000; TM Collector Wayne

Cklgtr, $$.500 now, asking $10,000, and County Judge
I As A Matter of Fact I Thomas J, Rivers, $1.500 now, asking $10.000, HUt Nfnator Charley" E. Jehnt (L) and tale Rep
Flies Uuli L. (I., ,
Geiger WalksCounty Carlisle said that tine he took over hit office In 1957 llsnllvy ) confer with J. llamlllea Dishes,
; the total receipts taken In by hit office have risen from (1M) principal l ef the Orange perk Efemtiitory. ....... al

$$13.434 to $31.4191 last year,' thelnl' .f a eerie ef sessions held er the two .legislatures. ,
Tar Collector Wtyne this week en pr.B M>d local WgfoUUen. i
Oelger went to his office at nOM LITTLE AtORNfUA IfA

dales tax collections In the county last month rote a the County Court House Mon- letter addressed' to B-p, Huntley and signed" by the :

whopping 41 per cent from December level, while gasoline da,. leaving his l ear keys In North Carolina manufacturer 28 Speeders Too Many six. said, In part: '

tax collection at the same time rot more than 10 per the ignition and then with sales Ut Me, the HMlrniltned. '.I&-U.... public ."Ie..... ef i

tent Two 15-year-old etcaptv year totaling approximately l thy ('.bnly. torldi. In Blow af the fact that we have > '

According to J. Ed: Straughn director of the Florid from an Okerchobee penal In $S million will decide within eel( bad snr Ineresx h In compensation.. elsie the INI \
the nest week
Revenue Commission sales taxes collated In the county sUtution are In Clay County asides .! |Ihe Florida UfblalMe' end U view ef the >,
whether to establish faculty
last month totaled 2"01.11 ThU compart to $!0)MJJcollecUd jail after (111 tteahng. tn sue a further fart ihtl lay ('..11', la grewlng with .elllU.r. '
at Own Cove Industrial
in December and $31,413.51 collected. In January, cession a Ford a Chevrolet. park.The sble Inereate In the work and reip.iMlklllll, &..* ., e.f ,
1964 a Plymouth a Ford a Ctwvro- respective. offices. d. hereby request thai ear annul
Taxes collected lad month reflect taxable retail sale let an OMamobtle and finally president of th* company . rem>.nMll. .ii bo lnrritf IJMH, rf ..,.. ef M ever t I
told The Crescent d'
of approximately $1 minion. a 195$ Ford . with Oelgfr1 yesUrdsy what we are now allowed whether curb liMreate ee
key In Ili: (2> twice ramming he though chance showed. In Ibe INI sew.sdeornle to thatler 111 rtoUaHUletM .

Florida scene and )pointed by four of Ameri Sheriff Jennings Murrhee'i were good would that be reached a firm decision by er .r aar ether n*.lh.. elerlng' lh. IN ft*.. <' *

ca'* greatest Nineteenth century artists win f.&ur.tbe car; (I) putUr\l1hI1 Sheriff in, stein. erf the' riorW LfgklaUre.Continued .
March to one of the
opening of the University J. up to 120 mltee. an hour: and sari.-r
John James Audubon. regarded by many as the worldsgreatest <4> totally wrecklag the Geiger
II. Mid 75 person wouldbe
of bird head the lift of artists! with
painter << a car.The employed Initially and Soil Conservationists
group of bird painted during his visits to Florida two youth will fH a that this would double as

George Catfln. the preeminent painter, of the America preliminary hearing on charges fun production WM reached. I i ,
Indian win be represented by several portrait of Seminol of auto theft before County
chtefi and two Florida bndaeape Judge Thomas J. fUven on See Dairies Moving !

WitMlow Homer. UM great *sea plat. win be rrpreeented March L The date' wa set by take oft rVeood* later be ? J
his world tam color Judge Rivers to allow tile par. r
by a number of uI water
popped his head Into Crier'soffice ft.f4;
And George III.... th greatest. of th to called "Hud- mil of the two youths' time and sated curiously who From Duval Into
to gi to Oree Cove from Clay
tosj River School. will be represented by several works reflecting southera Florida.According' the youngster. w.,.. Seconds 4 '

the Tarps springs area. bur Geiger popped hi* head t r "
to Deputy L. A. An IncreMlnir number of th*
Into Sheriff MuirheV door Hantlng to \
PrOvide fe4 .
Bums the pair escaped from and
Approximately U miles of State Road 8-11I.otr Bland and reported his tar had .beers County 14.37* am of tirt- corer for wlldW.

tag Boulevard. I* being paved by the State Road DrpC According the Florida School for Boy 110..... That started It. cultural land will be devoted' to Seven like and ponds In the
al Okeechobe
on Sunny Not
to Oeorg Carttik, County ckrk. this Is lb so Improved paturland as dalU /- district were
took stocked
The Sheriff to Highway with
far from Ok echobe they are
called -CurU JIan1a.Roe4 on which "six or seven" fam1U move from mural Into Clay bream too tea
said to have stole a Ford 1 I'. Deputy Blnn to Highway and 1.000 haJa-
.. mid Several Jacksonville people are said to bate 17. County sewing crwaiwr land. eel l eatfUh which
pick-op truck. Alter abandon were secured
according to lh* I.M annual
purchased property on the rood recently ft will eventually for
coopvratori in I,.
nlng ft at OroveUnd. police A short time later the boy district
say of th
report autwrvlaor of th
link up with the Spring Bask road. Th work tn progress al no charge
they then picked up s Chevrolet were sighted, near Roberts (IS.. UI&< coaaitte of converting JJ mike of exd ting graded to.4.way DIa&tlc&
then a Plymouth then e Store on old Highway 17 The A r4 stock wi up I I. Or*** < ev* by ....., ('<.nlr I pcrionnel assisted
into paved roadway and corwtrucUng, a / bridgeover 21 new .
Teat Creek. Port then a Chevrolet which Sheriff slUmpUd\ to edge them sad CUr .... officers Tuesday awrnjiig. edited s total .( Irkt.The present milk cow population time cooprslor for (h* first

they wrecked early Monday over and they butted hU car in s4Vf, !I. Iwo .M..... ...*.. glen. L .. r.i l.rlr" I of the County, accord their In preparing plane for t

noraJag tar Stork There sd he gar chat As they awrtff U A. IY.... Lily r... Officer ..,_114 ... M>K.. I Ing to tar r. It1. .Is 7.000.rlnrlpnlly farms Haste plant were
Thre* county student, two girl and a boyS at Florida they took an Oidamobtte that mad Into UJ 17. Palatk ..4 gtato Tretr prank 1a1l44.. al Orsm Aneweat \) 'In seven. large dalf., Prepared. on 17 farm and t

State mad the Deaa's list for th faD tr1 IMn. Th gave oat of gasoline on the was notified to set up road rerrl ..,... a.HIM She Nit speed *M... Too I.1. rtnehea comprising 3.394 acres.

mtve city says to achlcv this astu deal mutt be carrytag ottUUrt of Green Cov. At blocks. On Putnam County Works .*.... stale T,.**,. JIM,* ....., .l (k. r.a..h Allen w'ln,.... County. Sol Farmers and ranchers mad
13 or more semester noun with B average or better These the Court House moved his error Mrlrt. .. ... 211 request for tasUtanc with
they found deputy car ass taking lee speed *sat aa4 ll s l l ( IS.Ito. oruwrvttionUl: reported thateel
.. wbo did It an: WinWord Z. FrankJia. of Green Cove; and the Geiger car, ready to ..... the north enuaw to the flies t. ..,...,. aa .4. Al wn ..... to. (.. .'*,..os. Ik* year hu. office a<*iste Ltada Zee Rlcker and Edna Moor, both of Orange Park. Oral Sweat the IWt. .. tlr farm and ranches
a Court Hoar Creek Bridge another .1 tans were Me r fUfflvf doss tare they m **4 10 secure 1.750
employe watched the youth south end. Both wisely decided tees .! Shies .... eI |a. speeder get ,.,.., virnin. **. panda of teed trom the Flab Trend' for the future the e

(ConUnoed, CM Page U get In UM car. wind It up and (coe timed eei ..... 41 *... wrltlew warala<* t4 IS get ...*.... grid" Wild Uf brake to make report( said areContinued : 4 T''?
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PAGE TWO day! { (C1nuntu.firtgtnt! \\i THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1965

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." ', .. 1 , ; ."' 9By : r.' V Around and Aboutby
May County Orescent! 'IJotlitilicr A- .reGrowing p ? I

OOLOTHWAITt GRONER EDITOR AND PUBLISHER "1 must be frank to say that I believe unless the local What I am doing in Echle's 'Well,, Tarn sitting next to

ELIZABETH LEONARD GRONEfl/ SECRETARY community actively supports the (Job Corps) Training Center wisdom. In adulthood nothing Refreshment Emporium at 11 a personality.>i .tali t :goes by the

PUILISHU EVUT THURSDAY BY CRIICMT Pins INC. is accepted merely because it handle, of "Dave the '
is because of ,,Dude
.. the officials (of the Office of Economic) Opportunity) 'i o'clock at night(
P. 0 lOX I7 appears to be true. Scepticism'is
GRIM COY SPRINGS, FLORIDA Would not favorably consider it." healthy if it leads us to rethink dogs, and calls for quite a We are talking about this and

TILIPHONl GCS 284-3166 and 're-discover truth. little explaining.I that and one thing and another
l.eoID CUM K>m.t PAID AT CHUN COre SniNM. rwiiu This Is the word I got last week-end from Billy Mat
The person who \Is growingup am not such a guy: as you and not much Dave says tired
SUBSCRIPTION RATES thews who may not be the greatest in'Washington
i rr iron U going" just
continued preacher will expect to find at the Country 10-10. but
ONE TEAR H: ADVANCE ... .. . ... .... ...1.01I> though, offhand I cannot think of a better one our Hunting Lodge banks are getting picky Indeed
TWO TEARS H: ADVANCE ... ... ......... .. RIO will seek to free himself from Club and
his prejudices. Growth Involves after 7 o'clock. Intact, my about their financing and many
It is very gallant of us to step aside until Sargent
submitting every idea to criti- ever-loving spouse finds out skins walk on and off his lot
Shriver and his people make their minds about whether
up cal ,analysis. We will accept,, some time ago that tags like without finding a home in his
Democracy they want to put a training center In Blandlng. This project nothing without sufficient evi- "club" and "lodge" are fronts till because of picky banks

is being pushed by political municipal and civic groups in dence. Tolerance, which Is the. we dream up so wives will Furthermore, Dave says, "I

Do' favor withholding financial aid to unfriendlyand Starke ? pushed aggressively and intelligently The Clay right of tree men to differ, Is think we are associating with am wearing last year's suit and
you another sign of adulthod. Intolerance high class cltlztns like the soles of my shoes are so
belligerent nations such as Indonesia and Egypt T County Commissioners and the Clay County Chamber of Dr Howard very
Is the evidence of a golf players and such. thin I can read the inscription
Commerce have both endorsed the Blending site. '
Do you favor a $40 million Increase in the present 'We have good preaching at myopic mind. Tolerance believes Furthermore, they put supper on a dime with the ball of

$240 million U.S. program to help the mentally retarded However, I am not altogether sure our gallantry is nota Penney Farms; witness the following that it la possible tq disagree on the table at six bells and either foot and this Is a con

favor $1.5 billion educational aid program to without being disagree- to eat dition that will touch any.body'l
Do you a feint a shove-under-the-rug of an Issue no one seemsto notes which I was able anybody who ain't there
pre-school, primary and secondary public schools want to face up to. able. The mature man is teach when the bell strikes will find heart.
to "capture" from
a sermon by able. He expects more light to his vittles in the garbage can. Dave is a chunky guy of
Do you favor a federal-state cooperative program to Somehow I cannot believe it would be ungallant if one, of our residents the Rev. break forth from God's Infinite St. Augustine maybe nine stone wears'cheaters
provide basic community centers of health and recreation"T Albert V Lawson. His subjectwas Echle hails from
Slater Smith, Hilda Neth or Frank Brown approached a, the Importance of hot only store of truth and, there .' I figure the only reason under a swab of nice look-

Do you favor repeal of that portion of the TaftHartleYAct man who was in the market for a trailer and suggested toi! growing, but of growing up. fore, fw Is moved by intellect he works so far from home 'is Ing wavy black hair and has
laws In 19 states Ual curiosity, a: willingness to ao talents a regular
which recognizes the "rIght-to-work" 'him the only people many customer
maybe he might take a look at a house that was on The Christian life Is not a discuss we are
and a desire to learn. Of Echle's would haveto
is Florida
of which will
one stand him
the market.If italic thing: We may; be called who can ss
The open mind does not accept remove his shoes and socks
These are only five of the 30 questions posed in Con- children of God but that does get about five belts of his own '.
only that which It is pleasant after running out of- fingersto
the Office of Economic Opportunity turns down the merchandise under his blouse,
not that
mean we are always
D. R Matthews annual questlonalre to his constituents -
gressman to believe, or that which fits count them.
on upcoming legislation which members of the Blanding site today, how prepared are we to present our to continue as Infants. "When in with previous cherished which amounts to three fingers
case? X was a child" says St. Paul, In a milk bottle and then refuseto Dave says he Is visiting
u Congress will be asked to vote on. ideas. Those who
are growing
"I spoke as a child I reasoned serve friend and foe alike. across the river because he is

The questionalre covers virtually every area of our Is this great issue the matter of an annual payroll of like a child; but when I became up will I be humble and modest It is in this manner that some tired of plckey banks; watching

developing welfare state. In many Instances it is next to something like four million miserable dollars, one for the a man, I gave up child over refrain their learning. The will of the best bartenders the the Idiot-box and he has
!Impossible for a layman to have an informed opinion,on people of Green Cove to decide or will it be allowed_ to die ish waYI," and apocalyptic uttering warnings solemn 1 country will ever know have heard enough about colds to
some of the proposals, For Instance, there Is such a wetterof Another been trained. last him through an economy
in a deafening silence writer in the New against all who' differ from
In the field of federal aid bottle of aspirin and five more
proposal and counter-proposal Testament, continued Dr. Lawson them. Anybody then who runs dry
to the ill, It would require an objective expert to make headsor Perhaps I am altogether wrong Perhaps Blanding will complains that many of either sits on an unpadded hours at the Lodge.

tails of what. Is really what. get the training center. Perhaps the people of Green Coveso his fellow Christians were Will As Jesus increased in years, stool and dies of thirst or goes I can see the Dude la in no
from boyhood to manhood "he
However, to the best of our ability, these questions de- loathe money and so love their "Little Eden" they don'twant like children; they had grown grew In wisdom and stature, behind the bar and mixes his mood for jokes or sayings of
old. but had not up' own drink. Of course, once he little children. In fact, he is
serve our prayerful attention. The mere compilation of the anything that will change'the status quo. I don't believe grown and In favor with God and
This Is the tragedy of arrested commits himself to mixing in a mood that could get me
questlonaire represents a massive amount of research and it. man." While he older he
And I
think if the matter is allowed to die the grew
on development. You will meet It status he makes drinks for all punched right in the snoot.
thought. We would not make more work,for the Con
No prejudice In him.
vine, If the voters of,Green Cove are not given a chance to even in some presumably edu- the other people at the bar So I say the reason that I am
would be of sophisticated
gressman's embattled staff but It a sign No Intolerance In him. No nar
democracy If there were an outpouring of replies to express themselves on the matter, we shall live to regret It. cated people. At graduation row-mindedness in him. No enslavement who are dry and at 11 visiting is because I cannot
their education o'clock at night would sleep on account of dogs
was "fln1 hed. you .
the questlonaire. In the absence of town meetings, thereis Every outside authority with whom I have talked to the put in him.
better making the democratic processes work. on They left school with the lat.est think most of the customers "Dogs," I go on, "bark all
no way On a certain occasion Jesus
the matter has said in the most explicit terms there was no findings, but they forgot were camel riders Just off the night long In the end of town
asked his "Are
1. competition between the Blandlng site and the Oreen Cove that truth In every field, including hearts,, hardened disciples And your Dr Gobi desert who had been 24 where I live. They bark at the

site religion Is constantly hours with empty canteens. moon, other dogs and people
Lawson left to each
us answer
Federal extending! IU horizons. And so Echle the Minorcan, is and I do not know what all.
Facility FightFrom Let us be clear on this: there Is no competition between the world of one for himself that question.
thought has left the only; man I have ever but they; bark and bark. When
the two, at this writing, because the Starke people them far behind. And how known that can sell five gallons they; are not barking they

( the Philadelphia Dally News) have got pro's working for them They have taken into many so-called educated' peo- of gas to a tired howl. "All my life," I aay "I

There was chagrin'last month when this State (Pen their camp almost If not every civic, fraternal and're- ple continue to'show the same hunter, watch television argue am kind to feathered friends,

nsylvania) lost out in Its bid for the new National Environmental ligious organization in Bradford County; they have hired prejudice, still mistake fancy Little Classified Adi politics, be two sheets In furry kittens and waggly-tailed

Health Center. and are paying a man who has been Instrumental in attracting for fact, and continue to be the breeze, have three unlicensed dogs but at this time I will not

to the town of Thomaavllle, Ga, something like gullible victims of half.truths Bring Big Results to bartenders mixing merchandise accept the old' saying a dog

While North Carolina spoke with one voice and eventually 14 new Industries In the past two years (they have a splendid and lies I Unquestioned accept Users and and know to the pen U man's best friend. In fact,

was awarded the center was considerable bickering vocational training school there so he didn't have two ance of all that Is handed Try one ny what each of 10 customers I believe ,that old saying U
in Pennsylvania as to where the center should be located. strikes against him '
before he went to '
work.) down
proves that one is still see your results owes after imbibing for an hour about as silly as the tinhorn'who

The disappointment was assuaged a short time later There Is no competition between Green Cove and Starke in the period of childhood. without decorating the mahogany said hi never met a man

when this city (Philadelphia) was chosen as the location because Starke has offered a piece of bare ground and a Doubt la the beginning of the first time. hi didn't like."

for the new Food and Drug Administration office building.But carefully assessed program of construction at Blandlng

in order to get the FDA facility the city had to that would cost the US Government US million Green

bow to the demands of Federal officials who Insisted that Cove has a piece of property which it relentlessly pursued

"| the building be placed In Society Hill rather than the and for which It paid more than three quarters of a mil

,University City area. lion dollars Johns Manville didn't like It and had it not

been that there was nearby, a pine of bare earth that Have Peace of Mind
Now, another Federal facility Is up for grabs and this could be bought we would today not be 'facing the boon - -

city: is 'not only In the running but, also has the Inside (and boom) of a J-M payroll.

I track. Without leadership, without an open discussion and decision ,0,

Department of Health and Welfare experts have recommended and action, we shall remain a "Little Eden," and

this city; as the ideal site for the new Middle people like Jack Hesse, the very attractive new general y

Atlantic Water Pollution Research Center that .would employ manager of Johns-Manv111e's Oreen Cove plant will go on , z
; several hundred persons. buying houses N* -*
In Orange Park, St. Augustine and other
There Is a catch. Baltimore and New Brunswick, N. J., places and we'll stay "Little Eatln'', i' I a

I still In the running after other sites were eliminated, have We should N"
have a plan. We should
both offered free land for the center. put a price tag I'llOTKCT UK SAFE
a low
very one, on the Green Cove navy base We should'send
There are reports that the land offer will weigh heavilyin people to Tallahassee and to Washington I ,-M rte.
They should '
the final selection. be prepared to say that If the Blandlng site Is not accep- YOUJlAUJAULKH I f _1:_
Recent experience indicates that the competition for
able we have
today an alternate choice
; It
Federal facilities requires cooperation, concessions and if ump- "
teen acres, umpteen barracks ) '"'
need be, corner-cutting. umpteen shops, swimming : 'l'L.f SAFEAVo '
Pools, runways, and that these can be moved Into i
within '
so many weeks at a total annual ,, 'I ,
rental of not .
very many ( ' 'oo4"t .,
dollars. t i_ V 'L f .
;.'', ;, .

You're Not m OcalaThe Little Eatln'. (
f '
...."--'r".1, ,

speed trap put Into effect for two hours Tuesdayin ".
Oreen Cove by State, County and City law enforcement "1.1 .

officers . and which netted more than two dozen speed WANT K )1) f"'

I artists was wo believe long overdue. I i : :' "
*: liarc recently added another section of
The three officers: State Trooper John Marsh, Deputy jo

Sheriff L. A. BInns and City Police Officer Raymond McKee Experienced 'A '!4 '; .,,',, sot}'DKPOSIT: : WXKS) : ,

were models of courteous and patient attention even to Secretary \v! . ,-i which are available to anyone iuU-reitted
I were models of couiteou and patient attention even to .J

It must be said In defense Of the speeders, If there bean '" Yi.- in thin service Come in and nee saw
defense that it is difficult for a motorist from, let us Mature, experienced hccretary to Plant ;( ,

lay, the Ocala area where every towpath became a superhighway -

In recent years, to adjust him or herself to the 1920 Malinger to handle (employment, benefit program '

model kill way. which' Clay County bouts "insurance) and other : Rent
But the fact the State Road Dept only repaves our lulmiuNtrntiveduties. One Today !

narrow roads so drivers can drive faster and be killed more \ .

easily is Irrelevant when motor vehicles and most noticeably

heavy trucks move through tho County on antiquated -... .. '
roads as If they were on Ocala super highways. The result Salary commensurate.ith\ experience '; "
Is that persons are killed and maimed , or sometimes and A '
ability f' I
only terrified. ,, Telephones
We 'would like to'see road blocks along Klllway 17 J' J

once a week for two or three months; at least until some All repliesill be handled\ aa....completely \" ,' tx.o: JJ 1 : "

of our regular Itinerant speeders get used!! to putting up .: ,
'tonrid 'lIti I .
high bonds and then explaining It to the people they work : \ . f._ '
or '
for Qualified candidates will Iw interviewed '. i.-,,,,', ,

and tested in ;* Congrws 4-95S3 ; .
the evening' If:, ,; .. "

. : .

i I Helm Addre resume Vtperieneo, twol.ill ) < J/emfter FDW ;JF I Y.,;V',*i:*.:f-.',. :' \ .. ,.., .'"

family address, use and other pertinent "

r Funeral Home information in letter form tot( : '

i C11ARM1S 1IKLM: i ; Jot If, ft. BANK of GREEN COVE SPRINGS V:"

{ Funeral Director care of Clay County Crescent OIZEE.Y COVE SPBDfOS, l'LOWn.J

I' P. O, Nox ;378

Phone L'S4-9G t.T..U.Nf O 104 I

i Green Cove Spring, Florida

T f GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA The Count,'* Quest and Largest lfaa7

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I Green Cove .Socials: r Clay, J High 1 A FACT! Accurate, Prompt' Returns I

Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. mother and father Mr. .and ; C 1T$ Assure Security Benefits '

Oaarden of Mlllburg. Ohio, Mrs W E., Amos of Greensboro BY CANADA'S KNMCUHl TRIM)
have been vising-I .relatives Os. NAD l MONEY 10 6URH.TW HOST Prom t'and accurate report benefits, It reminded him of his r
and friends In the area forth HUM AMOUNTS or woo- ing of ne earnings was described vole and small son.

past two_ months. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Dum.balld ANOcoun mro TNC m// I today as "the only way He filed An Income tax return
to assure social security protection snd paid the ,social securitytax
spent last week on a
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wlegand trip to the west .coast. of 4 l in future years for self- for 19S8. Profits were small
have returned from a ten days I Florida. employed people. that year...He .also filed and

trip to Ponta Oorda visiting ; In a joint notice to self-em paid for 1(59, 1960 and 1961 ,

reUUves. They also stopped in Mrs: Harry Perlman has returned !: 1 { I f ;1A ployed people, R. B. Donaldson, but profits were a little better. 1
Largo and Clearwater.The '
to her home from Bapi $ social security district manager, But then Jim loot h's health;
and Laurie W late In 1902 hedled.
tlst Hospital where she has
Rev and Mrs Oordon been Director of Internal Revenue I Jim's widow ,applltd for social
a patient.
Craig had as their guests on Nf advised that the 1964 Federal security benefits for herself I
'Sunday Rev.. ,Craigj mother t.ii, + and the child These benefits (
income tax returns (Form
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall haveas I
Mrs. Betty Bower, of St. Augustine .. their Hall's'sla.. 1040) must be filed on or before are now helping her to
guest Mrs.
and his aunt.Mrs. John: ter. Mrs.. R.' p Catlln of St. I April 15, 1865Tomllnaon : I hold on to tho term: When II III
T. Maclnnes, of Bucks County, Petersburg. u stated that a self- Jim's son grows up he will be
Pa. f able to take over the farm as
employed person must file <\ tax
-- ,' 1,
) his dad intended thanks to
return snd 'pay the 'If
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reed and r st -employment
Mrs. J D. Scogglns left Mon their IOn Hal. were the guestsof % OIEN WERE CBIUtD tax it net earnings for Jim's foresight In protecting I
day for her home in Oreenvllle his mother. Mrs. Herman E. lFw"Nt bAa: 1 I tmoRtw urr the yeah were at least. 1100, his family through :social security
8. C. after spending several Reed last weekend THt PtVICK- I even If no income tux Is pay ,
weeks with her, daughter and m WORD'BARMniT able I ,
family Mr. and Mrs. .Waller Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams / Hfc I'?' Donaldson rrm'mled' self-em j ClIAIRl\I.\S. BRADFORD

Kelly. of, Palatks, spent last ployed persons that any old- COUNTY DEVELOPMENT:
Friday evening with her mother age, survivors, and disability insurance :I{I I AUTHORITY TO SPEAK
,Mr. and Mrs, Donald Fuller. Mrs. Herman E. Reed. 'tcartttsasfamttmrs benefits payable to AT MKTII. MEN'S CLUB
ton had as their guest over ARt THC AMERICAN rAMIllISrYMO them and their families will be 'Th Methodist Men's Club
Will BUV 11730 MltUON I I
the weekend, Mrs. F\I1lerton'll based on rePOrted. earnings. of the First Methodist Church
1IA.'lCOCK-(IlITil : WORTH or 1000 MD SPICES "
I lire will meet tonight (Thursday)
.. rM OUTDOOR MUIS THIS YIAO. If earnings not reportedor
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT: lb I TO ADO nAVOft TO BARKCUC MEATS It they are incorrectly reported I I.t the Church at. seven o'clock.

J.: Slater Smith announces Coy Mlfwllon. KITCHINbOUOUK arAVORIDBY ,, benefit amounts play be Speaker for the meeting will
the marriage of his sister. Julia Of be II.'H. "!'at" Everett. Chair-
has keen chosen IMS 81% reduced in some cases 'lost
; Louise, to John. Hancock on AMERICAN FAMIUtS WHO CtUMAie entirely when the worker re man of the Bradford County
of IKS. Eileen
February 12. leaS at 0,30: Wearer was selected I .Q t NATIONAL BARKCUt MONTHfJUNl( l 150)) tires, becomes disabled, or dies Development Authority.

o'clock at' the First Methodist To illustrate the importanceof
Church. The Rev Gordon
'' reporting selfemploymentearnings CIIVRIH: NOTICE
sadREPAIRING Craig performed the ceremony Mrs. .THESAFETY Donaldson, cited the

rasa of a young farmer with a CHRISTIAN WINCESOCIETY !
JUNIOR WOMAN'S I QlltSI { large family. :

GUARANTEED! : WORKLet CLUB ,NEWS : As Worthy SENTRYBY When aelt-.mployed farmers Cor. C. Houston 8k *
Mrs. Jack Saant attended JANE: DAVIS were first brought under social: N. Magnolia Ave.
the District Junior Woman's I Mrs. Eleanor GREATEST security, In 195S, Jim was too
Club Day., Gateway Youth was Installed Worthy I LIVES TO DOG'S Boating "Do'," & "DontV' busy to give much thought to GREEN I'LORIDAFebroaty COVE SPRINGS!
us clean Center In Jacksonville lugweek. I ears Manepr, It. II. had Ms farm chores anda
of Cove Springs After studying "do's" sad
and ter No. 45 Order of Il.. area .n"r ..tI n of safe boating, safety new b.byln the family. II," WS
repairyour The Executive Board of the tern Star at 1 o'clock I .. ere responsible experts of Sentry Insurance anpounco Jim thought of social secur.ty Subject! MIND
Junior Woman's Club met st deaths and In. 10 most important paw as something for older people
radiator the home evening February 13th. any othersingle cautions for skippers. With sur.Vfys like his
Of Mrs. Vance Powell Jenkins neighbor
U members and since dogs sre not showing' more than half of
now. recently where' plans were discussed present The Rev fact end many all accidents are fault of epics.tor who was drawing old-age Insurance
for the annual Talent Craig of the First ) : the side or cen boaters can avoid dampened benefits' after 30 fears NEED MONEY?
Show sponsored by the club. highway" bliss. spirits by exorcising caution.tjiwk of work as a machinist Jim ,
Church gave the of th. before >lw liig./. Fsmlllarlso Ilmn.owaar p.r1 oft
VAN NESS Mrs,Betty Dale will be chair- After Introductions: the owner danger to yourself with warn In thought he could wilt a bit before nl.llna: Mil.' Ona.m.q .
man of this event. Plans will dog. It's parucu. which you plan to operate; nev.rventure looking Into this social security menthlYparm nt.L.rt
...... .
BUICK PONTIAC -. be announced later. distinguished guests, now during into restricted .,.... business 'a .'.....,..,..-. wea.fveelN61ITN'COt natal ,
tiring 1914 officers month. when the llao llfMvUg l..lro for each Jim changed his mind and
the outstanding by sum- p non. Do not sit on kapok-Alled\
/Orange AveaaeGreen : I: speeding to proMrv.rt-this comp,..... AllNeer..rlaod. decided to look Into this "bus-
Core Springs Try a small Classified Ad lion Mrs Alma Miller .. r, reduces buoyancy. ness" after a speaker" at Ms w. scab. oaa ...... eta
for simply ....... rceiltsfor courtesy expressing value the life of Follow capacity local farm association explain r..... aleaw
Phone SI4-M5S a Good Printing Job predation for the will as those of Units art by manufacturer. I
IMIU5Jsi Ins) al Reasonable Prices Can having served luring who may crack Carry _|.. lpm.... social security's survivors ,

TIle Clay Coanty c.......&. after which they Company'S n., avoid_ your dog. First char pins aid,kit spark, aohllght plugs, tools., oars,

-- -- lairs! .o-piloi.. Know your boat; I NOW OPEN -. 1 t
and Its safe operation Instruct New Licensed Nursing Horn ,
. 1 another person on board li 24 Hour Nursing Care for Aged .

. .. ,\ I I should fundamentals you be disabled.of handling boot Registered Licensed Nines''

KMS .beet radar. ........ Don't fireproof Alr-CendllUnod j
be a "hot-rudd.r," Power boat Reasons hl.. IUIMWt t'',
according to momnnndatlons of
bust manufacturer. Kp a look. Invite Your Inapectlor,1,,1
out for swimmers, stumps. 11 north (.'...Ie, Road
KM* riihi. rasa on left Dear ...r'", Florida
Attend : toy* ways ' doe are subJort to trams laws, too'
first Is through Dtoir eUar of sailboat*-the) STARKE NURSING HOME
the dog the hay. right of way
\ of his own land Slay away fmni .!.... Awlm Phone MI-4171 H. A. Rennet. AdmlnliiralorJohn's
him each time mrs are difficult to s*.In choppy
It this does waters or sun riflwtlons warm
and he persists In Sentry Insurance safety tiptrts -AI Bdgggpgsmtgnassugimn.n.lrnAII1ii, RgSanf0lIW5WINfEIWUOi I
j ; : YOU have no si- I'M' ranlloH ales frlmtUitg. Stop !I
CHURCH to resort to all engines,fans,dvlc llabU t4
or three. produce sparks, Do not smokt. Radio & T VHO
Is to fence In Wipe up spitted fu.1. Carry s
t build a fencod-ln fully[ charged. Or*extlngulshsr.
that the 11..11", .....r...... pen'.. nlh
to prevent ..... lie abl. to prevent a drown. A -f tfXKN'ITH) : (
r ;;"' jumping, over :leg by knowing how to use all'l'14l4 CES:
At enough In the mouth-to-mouth: breathing Uch A MAX A NOUUK:
f [ he cant dig on* nlque. Move damaged boats oat '- S -
of traffle lanai. Report< 1.I11ir",1 Srrritt On All Makr .. II to mike him to proper authorities.WANTEII I
: .. dog and ex- KIIVINIl CLAY COIN/ OVBH It TRANS
; three or Clean sUf.. No -e-e- aI
day on lead. .. 21 I Weal Walnut Htri'i-t (Irmi Cove
silk. r.ya..k. Its s* l Spring
The Church of Your . Dogs fed
: may suffer from Clay Coenlr Cr...... .114'1 1"11I110 2t-1123' : ,

,teeth TOD due irado to lack of -tll-JIII.- -., -,-4_1--... -- ___ f
I I prepared dog

This SuiHlay : Frlskl of vitamin contain ilowAiubhtoiEy 'Must Yon llllll'e Invest in Stocks?

., Actually Hint Nn't, the important' '|n ''itioii at ull. Younn |M>/KII! nn

investment pronoun with n "rii\|'arnti\i'ly irimll I! urnmmt of money,

f"I .i- -iJ .,I'. i 'Investment 1'lnn or you may invent in .Mutual Fund-

j I You may 'buy\ a few nlian' .< nt n tiftii', you may charges this Monthly

Tho" important,. 'thing( is ((0 clccidv) what' your olijcttive I IK. It you want I

," .,.. tu 'lay thu foundation for l ImU.lilll nn estate aver tlu yearn, certain

1 '1IN'. 'of storks are Indicated, If you want tu svuluto| for capital

". 11: ;ulna. recognizing tlut 'atU'tnlatit risks( that would cull for a different

yr "l'l'l'oo'h.

It& is not 'how much money' hut what do you want for your money f

drivers Why not talk It.over with wru .,( our Kfgistvriil l ltwprewentntit'raf| r

!less S'fcurilifi art our b"i\,."*.

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Col BI for I : SMITH

\ This is sponsored by AGENCY Orange OI/rl iyI -.

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PAGE: FOUR ''Qav!( ClIouutv GIrettut THURSDAY, FEBRUARY It, 1185

MHC& "SomethiThe ng to Be Proud of. I"l ConservationContinued County Officials SeekContinued

( from Page 1> ( from Page 1)

II Penney Farms (1) More. large landowners Also appearing before the two legislators were a large

and cattleman are interested number of representatives of. ,the Clay County Citizens

Reporter MRS. HERBERT .). MTERS, Then 520.0111 r xf la proper management of their School Committee who presented a seven-polDt..leilllatlve
native range to provide more
Mr and Mrs E. L. Oray of Sachtjen, for 10 days Mr. Har and better quality forage on the program to upgrade the academic Quality of teaching in

Indianapolis, Ind., were week pldo had taught Spanish in native plant for cattle tip- the County' public schools

end guests of the Rev. and Mrs the University of Indiana for land game and more cover for Dr. R. M. Paterson. chairman of the County School

E. L. Ferris Mr. Oray and Mr. 35 years, and is now teaching Lye oils. Board, who emphasized that he spoke as a member of the
Ferris have not seen each other the same in the University of (2) More Coastal Bermuda Citizens School Committee and not as School Board chair.

for about 45 years when Mr. Tuscon, Arizona. l1'aII.will be sprigged and harvested man. said the County Is now unable to attract the high

dray was Sunday School superintendent r; : rin to provide winter forage type of teachers needed and said the situation will let

and Mr. Ferris was The Stamp Club will meet 11 for cattle. worse unless the County is able to offer them t higher
Sunday School teacher In the this afternoon in the Rev. ;lj (3) The district will continue scale of salary.
same church, the Lawrence ; to secure seeds or plant assoil
George Howard's apartment Dr. Paterson said one way to obtain the funds would tw
Methodist church in Indianapolis Improving and conserving
No. 300-D. AU members are through an additional cent on the prevailing sales taxes
The Orays have been crops, and plants that will provide '
urged to be present. f\#>4 He added that be would leave it to the Legislators to de.termine .
spending considerable time food and cover for wildlife
how the money could best be raised.
visiting old friends in the St. ; wyq .
Petersburg and Bradenton area The preacher for the 11 $ (4) There Is a very definite In commenting on the requests of both groups. Senator
o'clock worship service, next : '; trend In additional recreational Johns Dean of the Florida Senate, sitting in a local legisla'

The Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Sunday, at the Penney Memorial ..... activities in the district as Indicated Uve session for the first time, commented that he lieved 1
Robbins from the Methodist Church will be the Rev. H. ; % by Increased demands the upcoming session! of the Legislature would hold the
Church In Oakland Mass, are Rogers i The late John Edwin Larson / for fish ponds 'and the production line on spending.He .

spending two weeks with Mr. The leader for the prayer an original alderman of of more food and cover expressed great concern at the prospects of apportionment .

Bobbins mother, Mrs M. 0. : meeting on the following Wed Keystone Heights Count for upland game, Seven requests which the Legislature Is under a. federal
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Bobbins. nesday at 7:30 o'clock will be Commissioner, State Representative M have been made and approved court order to complete by July. .
I the Rev. W B. Cole. State Senator and .a and construction started Sheriff Murrhee asked for legislation which will en-

Mr. and Mrs. Rey Harpldo of Intercessory Prayer meeting longtime State Treasurer, on some of fish ponds in the able his office to pick up unmarked or unvaccinated dots
I, Bloomington, Ind., are visit- Friday morning in the Lecture war memorialized Sunday at district. The total acreage of They have been a source of trouble recently, particularly

I Ins her father, the Rev E J. Room, 9:30 am. the opening of Keystone's new t, ? the seven ponds i ia 21 acre the Meadowbrook area.
SZ5,'.' town baa Larson,
----- The most of these fish ponds

who died suddenly last v rbl Y will be built with ACP cost- The law says further that welfare of any child under the
As A Matter of Fact month, was scheduled to I
I sharing fund "any adult responsible for the age of 19 years, who knowingly
I have participated In the ",4 '
I. He cited a State law which permits such child to use or
: (Continued from Page 1) ceremonies.- A moral depleting the development ot Keystone! .IB the say that the use for any pur- have in his possession any BB

The county got another $31,000 of race track funds "There la something here for lobby ef the new building was dedicated to Larson. It was N6/ 6WW. JtlDJ J P014. whatoO:'" of BB guru. gun air rifle or .22 calibre

last week, according to State Comptroller Ray E. Orcen. all of you to be proud of," State painted by Dorothy Chrlstoffers Newman of Keystone Use of BB guns or rifles by air rifles and .22 Calibre rinse rifle . shall be guilty of a
During the fiscal year the total has been $102,000, Of the Senator Charley E. Johns told who studied art at both the Banff (Canada) School ef children under 18 years of age by any child under the age of mlsdemeaner and upon conviction .

total distribution, Clay Memorial Hospital gets $35,000 and residents of Keystone Heights Art and the RlngUng An School In Sarisota. could subject their parents to 18 years la prohibited unless thereof shall be punishedby

the balance is split 50-50 between the County'S general fund Sunday at the opening of their fine or Imprisonment, Sheriff such use Is under the supervision a fine of not more than $300
uled prior to his sudden death national
and the public school system Distribution during this fiscal new 125,000 town hall. cipitol Jennings Murrbe said this and in the presence of or by Imprisonment for not
year Is now $10,000 ahead of a year ago: The Citizens The dedicatory ceremonies last month to participate in the Another speaker State Senate week. an adult. longer than 30 days
School Cmmlttee Is ceremonies. Secretary Edwin O Fraser -
currently engaged In trying to persuade became something of
a memor-
the Dr. J. Wayne Belts, presidentof former State senator for
County Commissioners to give up their share In order ial to the late'John Edwin Larson
that the Superintendent of Public Instruction can offer the University of Florida, this district, told the hundreds .. . ., .. .. '"' -""
longtime State Treasurer, : _.... "" . .. :t\'r"
better pay to county school teachers . and thus attract who was Introduced to the of persons attending the ceremonies .. ,;- . '
.. I
an original alderman of the ', ..;.1' "' ,! ...
better teachers, See editorial, page 2)). town and later large group of persons, paid that "Keystone has a ,". :f. \'1( .; r.;. 'r'
County Commissioner tribute to Keystone's "fine great futuri. J """ ;)O'{ (Jr v ........
State Representative j = ;,.4
The County' Boy troops report wonderful" response and State Senator. school and the quality of your f."' )
to the Goodwill Industries drive In which high school program
paper bags A mural painted by Dorothy Two Taken ,
were left at homes all over the county and collected last Chrfctoffert Newman in the "As- you know," Dr. Kelts '.' ,> "iWf.J \

'r Saturday. Scout leaden have asked that their deep thanks building's lobby was dedicatedto said, "accreditation, such as (Continued from Page 1) ,..: C: .. .;
I be expresser for this fine response, Larson who had been achedThat' you have here is no small to move off the highway as 7.
; '
i I fV/ l.J
-- thing these days the Oelger car approached I

"We at the University of I With Murrhee close behind *
f 8 Bill Amason / Sitting atop his Backhoe Florida remember Ed Larson I them the pair became boxed I..J"".tiI M!J.. .

first as a school teacher in your behind a farm tractor doing ,

'community. He never hesitated a good 10 mph and several oncoming f"I (
to lend a helping hand to can They chose to
t worthy young people. As he ditch the OtUer car. and taketo ;

rose to alderman, state representative the fields. They were caught
I state senator and by the Sheriff and two Put-

finally state treasurer, he was nam County deputies.
Y i x Meipl s i, an Inspiration to many: Before they were finally ap-

I i Keystone: Mayor M. L. Beas- prehended. Up State Highway
Icy, who presided at the ceremonies Patrol had gt Into It. I
I presented an American Oefeer If wearing a string I -
i flag which was given by around his finger to remind
r Congressman D R. Matthews himself to take the key out rI

i ir The flag had flown over the of his car in the future.

Standing Decision Due

BY THE JOB OR BY THE HOUR (Contained from page* One')

I AU Types: of Seethes and Front-End Loader Work a market for instructional methods and materials developedat \
Kilmer In underdewlopcd foreign lands as wcO' u In :
Ditch Digging Tree and
I\ Stump Removal rill Dirt Hauling and GradingAMASON'S d
the U. S. ww,
J I International Business Machines Corp'i Cbfcawo-baaed

I SEPTIC subsidiary, Science Research Associates, which Is alreadya
; ; SERVICE leading supplier of modern learning material fsr schools
j is among the organizations seeking a contract to. run an
Green Cove S94-8S60
urban Job Science Research Associate believe
Corps center
I. .___ _
\ some of the material it ha developed partlcutatr an In ;i'.7
dividualised reading course that permit each student to

.110 proceed at his own pace would be highly useful for

.'. r teaching Job Corps enlistees, who will have widely varying t

I \ .'". livels of achievement. ,\
Westinghouse Electric Corp Ia I also seeking a.Job Corp

contract. It wants to make UM of a computer-controlled c1 t 1.
classroom It has developed.
The tentative schedule calls for the youngsUr to have

Fancy car : Buick Special V".6' breakfast at 7 ajn, attend classes from a sin to 4 pm..
In with a break for lunch. Supper will be at ISO pm. Light

I will go out at 10 pm. weekdays and 11 pm. on weekends.
There wlu\be no classes on Saturday. Butthe boys will
be kept occupied with studies hobbles athletics and field

trip. Sunday will be a day of relaxation with the youths
free to attend church, play touch football or simply .las S&u& DROPOUT

around. Movies will be shown on Sunday night ,
The boys at Kilmer wlU be outfitted with surplus

military clothes Then will live in one-atory clnder-block
buildings three to a room. Each boy will have a bed. desk. There was. a brought the change People
chair and reading lamp. There will be a lounge In each boys on If : it to come, for one thing They

dormitory with a phonograph, a radio and a televisionset flypaper. to The center will have a snack bar serving hamburgers in mine hearts to do battle Rut there hid
and soft drinks but no beer or liquor. mills. \ something more Nation have
for crntunrs to rtrap poverty
Nobody :; remained in its gnp Caring
child labor enough f

I IXXK, times
.Young United State, the tools were at
and there or There wat an mdjttnal economy
594jiiuili-{ ; then mere to technical advance swiftly
\ 'education. ; skill in production and distri
t sit ( become."u This was the source of nan
CLEANinsIDWAYH rlctrd high incomes-which killed the nerd
labor This uppld the
Just make! friend think found hundred money
i Fancy. But not too fancy, enough to your you've graduated for luch nrrvinties as education
oil in the basement. \u\t; may think so, too, when you get acquainted with Ruid '1j

j V.6-thebelt trh'ng+ that ever happened to 6 c)lin"'en.lts 225 cu in.
I without delivering you to the gas station all the time. As to the plain homely prices I Ij knows, and risks in the hope of garnering
j >ou1l find it look restful in the fomil)' u"'get.0 design the Buick Special so >'oi fraud; but provided the commerce economic and means in

.can drive a Buick and still enjoy the other good things in life.See )our Buick dealer seven in breaking the shackles of pov"

Remember a Buick for only $2343,00*.That's the plain, honest (inspiring) truth. NOW OPEN today, and They were the instrument of
college-age: :
Plain price : $$2343. look such at it has still are.

..._..._. -..... M&I e..w a.. ....... Y.e I. cow M" .,.._ P...t. mm. e.. W .w.d ..... COIN OPERATEDDRY
.._u.., aid 6WLy -.e.\11 w"Mlr eaew, MM ...-' __ a... W a.w..s Nie..u,

Wouldn't you really rather Jo first class . @[PON1 .. : I

CLEANING N . Yelee- ...-.. .et
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See your local authorized Buick dealer Bttt These Iw Sine Ii.., dnerl CWw.- I
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The Clay County Board ot ANU run CLAV COUNTY: '

Publlo Inaiructlon wlU bold a rLOMUA. IN tHANVKNVTMWMWItXIAM8BURaH . . . .
publlo auotloa at 5:30: A.U. sate . . . . . . .TTTTTTTT.. .TTTTTTTT.T" . . .T. rTTTTTT. . '
geN urday. February. I*, lilt, at tbs BAY. ,
County Stool at ONUS' BANK. rpoFtio...
Od..a.b.t: : rVKMTURK:

ve AIB CONDITIONINO Btreota hoax Cov Spring, ": -

Inal will 1. aold oa aa Individual ... Defendant. We gin you the AMERICAN
Man baala to lbs "I. b. a t NOTICE<<: or SUIT Flaa Furniture \

MILBERGER bld4'I r for oaah All THE BTATB Or riOBIDA-TOIHAYMUNU bait poulblt job Ctarpetlag AppllaaceeaOompleia OFFICE SUPPLY co.

l PAUL'SAD TWIN REALTY Bale are final with sad BO with re. JOSKl'H WU4NRIt on your printing. Homo* FuralaUac
fund or axohanjea
heIr. REFRIGERATION out warranty except u to title. Itnd Helchta.Street. Apartment New York 1Deackaoa Our eenrloe will AOM RooMvcl Blvd.faekaanvin Lloyd X. Jones Jr., Owner

Hilda T. Neth All Hma to ba claHnd and You are hereby notified thata plan you and EV T-4411
moved from School Board Prop .j
filed aaalnatyou
suit baa bees \
-h Legal Beverage Realtor crty, by I.:** P.M. In tha above antltlod causes our price will be TRAILERS BpeeUllitt In
SERVICE February 11. 111. llama areId.ntlfl.d .
hereby ra.oulrad
and that you ara reasonable OffIce Supplies and
by tat: and numberaad
eter .
: to M. your anewer with
& RENTAL T* SALES may bo .viewed any day lbs Clark: of thta C urt. and to Pacemaker and Homette
, Open I A. M. 1.1 A. If. Office Equipment
b.- ALL
throuak Saturday
Monday CALL t78 FOR
Air ** ",-'_ ..,.......... serve a copy thereof upon the Noah for Travel
..4 Boatlaw .aralsa ,ft ACREAGE ft LOTSRetJdeaUal tw.*a til. hour tf 1:11: and 4.1: Plalatlffa aUor..,'.. whoa PRINTED MATTER
P.M. prior>> to data of ..1.. Item
I 8. Fmbnctt! Street nam and adriraaa III Used TnUlen-Bank Financing Complete Line of Greeting !
to be aald. Include tha fcllowln:: .
Daft County UM CMnmareUIbdaatrla. truck BRYANT, rKKKMAN.HICHAHDaON : IOn .......11 Bird
bts. n... Tons tM-tTM Dump truck rarco jp., WATSON CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT Canto
North *>f Orange Park ors air cohipreeeora jeep *nKlnaa. Ill Barnett Bank Building BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. Inc.FT .
Ie. Bat_ XSI-IStl ass enKlnte (air coolert, lackionvllla I. Florida m-siitf
Serrlnff Greater day Oa at/ concrete mixer larce. forkllft.pumpa not later tkaa ,March II.. A.DH thane 1.1511 1655-57 Park St.. Jacksonville
wall point, centrlfucal. ilt.If. j.,
APPLIANCES BOATS Notary TwMUPHONE. fuel transfer and dlaphratn), you fall to do .0 Decree
,or alactrle waldera. pip* and bolt ,
Pro Conf.e.o will b. enteredaaalnit "
I.' threading martins' drerlln. bucket yoa for the relief demanded LEGAL: NOTICH LEGAL NOTICE' aLNOAL e LROAL NOTICM e
TV APPLIANCE ( % electrlo motor.Ilk ; In the Comelalnt.
ed Offka ....sal to 1* to.i electric 110''." Tha nature of Bald suit being
SERVICE INLET MARINAMERCCKY metal 4> and II ft.), for tk* forocloaura of Mortaaaaencumberlna IM THE CIRCUIT cottvr 11 NOTICE JN THE CIRCUIT COURT or
he H..s. w-ua metal hear,., metal forming ma : tha properly and AND row CLAY COUNTY February I" 1055 CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA&

Wo Repair Afl Brand chine fore, approihnalaly two ",.ml... located I* Clay Couny rLONIUA. IX IMANCKMViNO. <.<: Notice la hereby given that th* IN CHANCERY
SerrWnc Clef Countyrr Oraaga AT*, .. at Bay St. tons mlarallaaaoua. pip'rlareratora Florida, described aa follow: del Clay County Board of Adjustment 1'1.' C"4'U
p. OOTBOABOSMERCKCISEE Green C.n Sprhe (hou *hold>, double tot Eleven (tl), Blnck Fourteen THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS will bold a Publlo Hearing FRANK ., DANIKLB. Jr.
Sixteen Tear compartment kitchen alnke, MEADOWBItnoK. BANK IN THfel CITY ur Plaintiff
(II). on Thureday, March 4, I Ml, at .
Pal hot water heater*. apartment Unit .. arvordlna. to plat thereof NEW.. ; TURK, a corporation In .
SERVICE 101 o'clock Ito fcuntyConunlulon
Oraags Park fh. 214.SUFULLERTON'S UPHOLSTERY el.. .I.rtrle .,e..., apace heater recorded In Plat Bcok 4, t'lalatlff. p.m.Chamber of tha OMfKNOOLYN>> B.'DANIELS.' :

*, fuel nil drum and ctanda, paea '. the currant- publlorecord Clay County Courthou Groan Defendant
BOATS TRAILERS bathtub' and other, nlaeallan tO Clay County, rlorl I CHA.i.J:8: EDWARD ROGERS: Cov Hprlnii, 1'101'1"lor the NOTICE
o.S. ou. ttema. soil JOYCE: W. ROUSES Or SUIT

OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP Z UPHOLSTERY . .d.AND ALSO the fnltowlnar .... hls wlfa ttefendanta, purpose a variance of hearing to' permit an a Appeal'or Hulld-: TUB STATE or rLORIPA-TOl,
A li: even rot NT or THP ror>
In M N. Orange Aver TV "IM1R1.' CLAV<<: COUNTY, acrlbed... It.", of .qulpm.nt above tlOWlor.t. NOTICE 0* SLIT hg I'armlt I to b* Issued en thefnllowlnt Gwendolyn 11:. Daniel. 1711 East
IN I I. 01' tl5n5'the THE STATE: Or .LO.\lDA-.o; deacrlbed property I IParcel Long lu ABU B. Columbus,
Hwy IT Orange FartIXSCRANCE rixmniA. rKOBATK.
GreeD Cv Spn. ut-ten 11. Anna described '
Srrsco Uhlo.w1
In Ratal of
rat t/ Inch fen ,in kitchen ) ARE HEREBY NOT
P". 11t.IUS UNKNOWN Th Eaat H ef She Smillhwvey
GreeD C... SprinitPhoM NKLUB a:. ROURICK, Prento Water., Heater Modrl nth.. that a lull hero .boon filed
. ACCOUNTING Oocaaacd.To MAIUNU AUUHk: Doa It 'half *f U>t Five (I)
the tll-STU all creditor and mil Navy 1101 of Jim, M. Rdward M/D of ...tll.' you In the above antl.
claim demand Stewart Warner raeeued wall o/o rieet Pout Office Ito *WV af the RWU of Ian tied cauaa and you ar* hereby
ngljr FURNITURE acalnat said. eeUte heater Mod.l (1R-TI-K: Sew York. New York; II. TWP. M. Han e II R.aa required to serve upon plain.IIfPS .
REED ACCOUNTING M Satins 011 DrumTarmador JUYCK W. IUXJRHM: recorded .In head Hook K. attorney whoa name and
e You aad sail at fear
you are *-
or CANVAS WORK by notified and required to '.. wall heater U bath */o CHAR...... EDWARD .'... ",. puhllo racrrda of address appeal kereon. your
, BB '1' Model RR-ilI-I. OOOW KlHIKKHRKBIDKNCIC Clay County Florida; and *lo> written d.'."..*. If any t. the
AND FRANK mono BOAT TOPS CUSHIONS cent any clalma. and demand WITNESS my Hand. and seal UNKNOWN the.: Raal 10 tool of tha Mouth bill. tf comnlalnl In said auK,
which either of ,
Iibreoft yea you may lOt aM Court vet nraen Cove slut copy of "h"'h la delivered
TAX SLIPCOVERS MADE ADUKKHS" IT It ot Ihai part ot' She North
SERVICE have against I lb. estate Nellie '
: t'o I Sons Clay (001"1'''. Florida' Navy 1IDI. 1" feet 0' the Nt01!: the roc herawlth. on or batons
Lisle\ N, Hodrkkdeeee..A, said this Ith day of February, A D.., < .. "arch I. A.It. till.
Kenney Owner Special Agent New Furniture County, la the County Jadi of Ito Fleet Foil Office MKU *f the 1111:14: .t II. IT.
vIc- lea, Maw York New York TWp I ... lIa".. II B., lylni" Herein' fall not ar decree pro
shed 7 N. Orange Ave. Green CoveT .......** wltk howl See,'" with the Old Comfort"C. Oar. In .court Florida houea, at of his said of.Ito. (SEAT.\ YOU ARK HEREBY NOTiriED: Kant of Hut* Itoad N... 41.Parral PonfMio will h* entered aaaloet
tne OKOROR! T. CARUR'.M' thai ft cult .... boon filed atalnet No. I, jrow for the relief prayed' In the
$300 L 255.1711Personalized c.m.1ett 1DnnBCO Coftnl' A. HCMMELClASSIFeADS County. at within Green Cove all. oaUndtr Bprlnia.riorlda. II Clerk nf Clrrr't, CourtClav : you In Ihs above cauee and you Th* Weel H .f th* !Routhw. of complaint

l ServicesAccounting from the time of the Mont ptnrldaBv are required to flit your anewer ten half rive let afJamea THE: NATVRR Or RAID SUIT
not if LIFE FIE: AUTO r.'bUb. : lo of this notice. I Vlvtun e1. Rohm with tko Clerk of tbl Court M. Edwards Ill!> at lhaMW REIN: rtm DIVORCE.
Deputy Clerklll. and to servo a copy thrnf upon It of the IW of Mao *. WITNESS hand and
HOMEOWNERS: Two coplea of ..... claim demand my too
&:; Tax I shall bIs writing or and 11. II. I.' tits plaintiff or Its attorneyi.Mahoney TWH. I R.. Hani. II K, a* :.. sees. rf sold. Court at tlraen Cove
MORTGAGE LOANS lladlew. Chamber and Corded In l eod Hook K fees Florida
shall slap Returns I Adam llarnett National Hank 14, vuhllo record o1 ClavCounty of February. >, 141.
and address of COPS
attire theclaimant TMbJ CIMCVIT
FerBusinena FOR II.... llulldlnaJaekaonvlll.. I. Florid, rinrldai and alen Iko OKO: U CARMRLB.. :
RENT re*)**. and shall b* swore toby ANTI row CLAY COUNTY. :
not lat.r Slide March I. If (ORAL)
lilt. Pnuth H of tkat Ike Clerk Circuit Court
Firms & PkeHtci Oreea Cow !t4-IS4 rate claimant aient, or rLVNIUA. you fall an to to, Decree Ire' North lit feet ,'i.tNt"
: Weekly .. Mntkly reaonaMt. > i attorney and aooompanled by a WILLIAMMUUHUH RAV a of *f Dr Vivian H. Rohm
Ihdividuals JaekMBvUle US-MIS fillnc fee of dollar and such INU' BANK" Confeeea will be enterrd ...''n.t the unvi of tk* "III" of San Clerk
Rlvmrtew Motel S ana a c.rpurolbni'Ialnllff JA'OIIo.ut'
claim' .demand von for Ihs relief demanded In IT. TWIIt.? lUna. II K., KHNMT J
miles sulk ., Ore** CoveBprinn ba or void. not no fliedshall I lha ('omulal,,'. TItle lull )I. to lying Rx: .l of Slate lload N.. Attornev for llalnltff'
MILTON fnrecln' a mor...... Th. real 41. >KXCIOIT> Ihs KaM I* fat lot Iw Kichana-a: Silting
i MtNne I7Itt r.n .. MILK DrUVERTW.D.Morris at Black Cmk. l-4tfe /eSamll.l A. aaacutrr C. ef"\: ,". last. 0. JJ<.?RT9H": :, property "'.....d... a.*ln't ,laf< II... and eifen! from, I'areel M,. jMkionvllle. Florida

will.".. Testament of N OTICIAl ...iTendanta lnt 1. flinch II. M5A110W.k000K I, and Tarrel Nit. ITh 1-4. II. n. n
I CAREY'S FOR RENT ....,. wfor Nellie M. Kodrtok, des THE STATS Ur .a.wUIJ4-Tol I Unit I; arcordlnar :o Southerly ".1 feel of Ut. _
I II plus 1 thereof recorded In I1 l rive. III rf Jame M. Kdwaril
t ceaeed.Flnt MILTON O. HORTON and
as.w block bow. Book LEGAL ROTirr
evattmt '' (, pam 1of Ika curr.nlpublic MID of the MWti *f tko IIWK
publication February i. HUltTuN. bl.
FLORIDA TtADKaUOfMai Twa ...lra.... Large atFupatek l.... I-Is. tl. 1.4. II reeid.nce and address unknown "101'1"' ..records of Clay County, of *..>. 1TWP. 4 H Hanaro II Notice la hereby alven' that ibis
1 Cwt aVynBtfLfc .'... Van are hanky notified that K.I' It arrordlnalit a ial recorded Clav County Eosin, Cammlaalon.
It,.. rraat. Attached ToBT.thor with all etrurturta and. Hed lunch '. "14.tiuklln will hold Publlu
II Palaver. 81 Tat .....I DUtrtbaUr NOTION or NAMKI or a null hue buea11 d against Improvement a lleorlnon'
end hereafl-
now roi-'HTd , '
! of ('la 'eu"' ,
PKMeoa "roc""..... TV MMOWNKM you In the above entitled causaland Tkuraday, February I. lilt at
..,.,.. fl.*.. fa ea river. : ar en **ld land; and. all Miturranow rlorlitat The Northerly bound. Ida cluck. .
1 p.m. In the
.AaU jaa t. Oraace AveanM , or that you are borehy ncoined -
Three mike sell af Greet or hereafter attai'hed to or ear i>f acide,4. feet bales Commlmlon Chamber .
f Iko
.."''UIO..tll rHttrKNTVPiirauaat t* file your answer with ...
! TaU U4.U44Orarnre All Milk In connection with then maeurd at rlaht anon 10 "1." County Courrhouaa, tlreea
Jersey C.v. Springs! .ff IIIb"., 17. |c t eton II of I'hepter the Clerk of this thereof Court and IkoPlalnllffa la onmlu herein: ds.rrlMd and the Nrutkerlr hounds af tk* Covo lurlnaTi, rk" >rl'10M. for the
, PnrkBhukilBt TIT rlunda ataiulee, entitled serve a copy upon
aildltlon thereto Ihs follow. afaremild !,." .h. IL Alan ours".* of hiarlaa
Adults .rily. For Infarmttloa "VIorMa' Dlepoelllo' of l'". ,, '., w k u i a 1 ( : oblsolluns. If
! Read TaL M4OH For name and lMlresi. lei' rtcrlhe4 household appluance the Nouth 4TI f... of that any to issuing a permit to Mmplr -
phone SI4-S24S. S-Ite claimed : .':t.trk.notice I laowaera MUTANT. "1t I *. which sro' and ball ho nnrMun, o' lh. SHIM' nf lee I with Moition. I and Mention
! Jacksonville ba.l.v Iron' penis RICH AIIIIkUN'.JIMAN4 d..", ... In lia, future and a UKU of the HMS nf 5... IT.rwr i X I'aratrapk 1.11 of Article.

Plfifntlit// A plan ... NOME DELIVERYCALL POE SALE i Twa W....mboaac. Ila.d belew app r tu be 1b, Til Rank .Alldleg; sort' of the reallvi > I It. n.n.. 1FP. I'lav XVI. of the flay County Zonlni,
af Ye.lals.d Mreanalo lint Point lUnve and Oven lleaiulatliina
Illl-H .
Jackennvllle I, Florida ('nnnt "''n'I1,1"a' \ Eau *f namely to ". th.
TeL m- tS4WK annnlihrd.' a. large Inlaaalbl.. properly pr.iuniMl not later than Marvh II AD. in" Kmerenn: KanPr State lliMil Nil. ... fullnwlnadewrlkad/ property tara
t...Al-MM I.... *.11BWater llralor Modd MClosest 411 p.rtl.r In tnl..01 and .||'. Trailer I'arki
TRADE m Airmmra let Terms Pili... SI4-S.IS. .. PKItltlNU' WAVNKAI ,
rent shell >.Y" an ..ort nil, Commenclna' ; at th* polalwkero
S.4-H4 SI4-SUI cp
fall Decree
j ar >M ,KHT. EMILY' ritKKIt I>KC, If you to do BO, Warner R.neee.d the .
3i OP TAUT S-Ile Pro Confeeeo will be enteredaaalnet Wall tx 4>a neard at odd Km and s'lus line be.Iween
i Inforatatlon convrlna Ik. tleal.r MmM) in Till "lar*. Mentlun 11 sad .0. Town
amount or .....'Iptlo. of theIrep.Sey ; pee for the relief, do'molded A4 nation Oil Drum Hee r.nnl 1" Board atAdMetNiit Skis I Mouth, llaaa-e II Kaet.:
In the. Complaint.Th .
and and, addree Klectromode: Intorearla .
Wall Kaeterly
th'same .. lhaieModel She rl MRf'Wav -
j of th* 110 nature af Said suit helnc II". ot *l.i Hoa
VM !! r'ethw"Months., *
aoei Muse.. for lha furacleeura ef M.irtiMeprml.a '
tallied. .by a..y p V-Chalrman. run aoulherly alona
tat an Inter**! In the prprtyK ncumb.rlnN the prnp.rty and WITNrMH mr' hued set Ih. oat! t.II. II sold'f' -war llna, adlelanoo
I addnselst. .. .inquiry to "., located la flay Coen'up lit lisle Court at floe ('ot. of I7. feat I* Ih*
r K llraen. State fomptrollor see .Ul riorMa. deairlbed' a* Mlnwei fnrlnne. rtorM' thin II-d.v of point of bea-lnnln! tosses
CLASSIFIED ADSFOR AdmlHleiralar, Abandoned Prop ()111. Him kTklrleen J.nrfnnM.n, IM. 1v TItN (.,(' IT (1)5'S? WAsh continue enulherly alrna: sold
; I arty Division. Capitol, Tallahaa. iii) MKAIMWIIKOOK. : f. r*,,'.'*',III, !.seat PON c....4VNO. let, STY ".ht..w.. "". 111I l feetIhenc
use Florida. II. aura to ....MI... t'nil /. awarding I* ttv M..,.1.l (I. iVrhardt, rl."I"\. I. l Il4l5NY: tHrnln al rla-hl' an.
._u.t number Same and .... pled thereof rarordi-d I In Plat ''''"u'' Clara HUM sirs In sail riahl-of.war run
droaa. aa published In this ac. Noah *. peas I*, of the cur AI.IIANY RAVINUd HANK eaelerlv Ill fall thence par
rent But.lm reeorda of CUyCounty
lies Valee* proof ownership Plaintiff e allellna said rlakl.of.wav run
a corporation ,
RENTl Tkre ,. ** ate FOR RENT- c..-.... itt, la. FOB RENT? MaOra anfar.Rlahe4 la presented la th. PjuMer h, ,ANI"' AIJIO. Florida the following d.. I* TMH <'01 NT or THH ('O5b.Tr LAWlVlCNCM .n"h.I"uncles I"n.frail....Ibssr1,.,1, 111.o1 strlsbl
I I May I. Ill*, Ibo property will : A DRNARTRItandMAHUAMKT ""
sate an river. Persisted. Far "W garage arC FarmiabeA.Can . tar w,... -.a) b* dllvrd t* the AdmlnleUalor. acrlbed Item. of swlp'e.aens "U' ''T|* riUMIIM.NOTICM A"ll rtlNIUI : t. libNARYklH.hie ; . le odnl 1t. Ioclnsing.All I ,
I 'located In ar ban tko bore lt.4 pert/a/ le and Hsl.
..,.....tlo. taD Gracvi Cave SI4-SIII after gill MR.DONT black ..... with garage Tkrea Thereafter. directed'all further lerrlbed' premle-e: 1.. ''. wife, iMfendanta.NirritM 5550 shall. h... en eponrtiailrIn
claim must tie to the Hl Print, bells In rasp sod 5150 NU. aKCAr1'RpOr or at irTHM h .heard al sold time and
214-1174. 1-SIUe ..... Berth af Oven Cave AdmlalBtratorRay ..... KM ll-IComh/ ) IN ItEI RfATN fI rUHt I HA-TBILAWIIKNI'M Klaaa.Clav *.

TARE LESS. WHEN fadnf, rI..... Artvalai watt, R.. flrooaAa I*" .... fan In kitchen. JlICHRI VAN. RNAMT .lt and) founlv Ronlna Commleeloallvi
AdmlaletratnrIK ...... MAIIUAHKT: J. liRNAKYRIt
Was Water Healrr ..11 IIOH Jame R. CrawlCl""r."ruarv
FOR SALE Three twdraaaikattaa. large htaatlfatty laaJararatl 1.11.I IStewart or rif.tvoD pwrs'rstoi: Ma wife l

Pta ,......,. Large Far att arbafeiftr, (lean *n4faraitare .*.. Fee InfaraaatUn' ,.... run .'OI.T... Tata rot... hailer Wlroe. .rur.noal wall KXMTTHIX.>H: FINAt I IXRCIIAIUIK tir you.'., A'ztir;; : ,"y NOTiriRn: II. II. 1MOTKM .U

taraga. OM Hack aettkwee4fraaa ) Gent Cave U4-SS4S. TV JlWOia, LAT tOUMTV. II Italian (Ml drumMeier Notice la hereby altea that I I that a cult bas been filed aaalnelra f
I It. 1'1.011"O."TII.. hove. filed mr' a11/1n for dls' pes I" Iho above reuse and you or TILE
Nat a.., of Blgk Ie..... BARLEY TRIM SHOP !- II, la 11-01 I. rai. Ratal ef I I'"* wall W heater H. "tit trtbutlon and for final dlahsrsa required I* file poet aaeeerwllli 'I

IM Sao an Beaavwetawa Af*> MlawtU sad Weal St. KLLA IHBNB FKARCT.: WITNESS'" ) my hand and aaalaf as eieculrli I ef the Estate of the Clerk af thla Ceurtand 'I ...IIr'. I I. Nereky. liven, thai.lurauonl .
1-....... Care Heed Van Sell, deceaied an.1Ikal la eerv a sop thereof upon I* a decree alWoeluiura
said (four al lInen .t:1::
... kr 14* feet .. Waat Slreat. Green Cava SrrlagaWe CRBMTOBa: AMU Petit- ...'1..... ('1.. ('cent,. "IDI" on Man I*. III*. I will an'site Ihs 'NotI or It!* allera.raMohonup : In caai
to the Henorahla Tkrma
MANS a.IAdssa numbered III'I la Ike Circuit
have the rmrrrUexa.. SS rr*. HAVING Ul. klMR OKMCMANlia Ibis Ilk. day af February A.D. *. rkamvera I
WIll aaerlflee far .. ... EtwaaalJakaaia. : INO MACHINES. New atari, ) AUAIMBT BAIURaTATH 1111. Cnunlv. Jadaaf Clay honed National HankItulldlaai ('curt of Clay ('.. ", rlorlda. I
Re*. MS S..1Ia Mag. We have the a.. .-& . . : IREAf.t faualy. Florida for aa **<,.,. J.ehaNcuIl.I I. rlnrlila. will tell Iko. properly alluaia" a
lag at IID.M. Aba. used aaahlaa of dnirMiallna and for final diechar Ul.r March I.: IMI If ,'lay County Florida 4eawrlka4.
not ,
.... Iliac
Far an raw .........rr MatU.Fraa tea aad each *f yes are nanndR U TARI.IRI.K .. a laerulrlf af the will
. *
(..... Tara Mlfl. ,.uell .. .
,.. sad ulred I r..,.. of Clrrall ('.. I* des a Pro
1 .
.ut r* pro- '
aM tnde- ... We *erv by al Hari Van Band!, daeeeudUura . .i
Pka.. SS4-MSS. II-MUe r.a u.... Plrk-t1. aMDflvtT. met any rlalma. and demand n.* Cuaatr. rlnrMaBv Van bind ( ..,.... will .I. ansered ...1... I ..., Tllrt" CIII Pluck ,It,..
Ira all aukea af ....1.*., which. slider ef yew. Vlvlaa H RnhmItaputy ,o* for lha relief' demanded In Is,. MNAIISWPkeK. IFaM 1.
..... SS4SS41S.Caaaa yes ar EuMeI 11I'll. Ik* <'..."lelnl. Tkle. lull I I. laloreclne amordiaa; to plal recorded la L> I II'UI
I. ... ..... Wale may Love. ...1"'" ( the, aatata *f Clerk 11. n. 14 II
Odfarl a erl e'.. The realiroBerlr M.H.k I. peiee II and /. *
FOR la sow faff tha Suet tol Italia I'... Pears .-..., ..It. U. II. . : :
SALE ItSS Dodge 41N ,, .f IIi currant puhlla record
. Gras Con Pha.
arBtaM .....-, warfc.S Streat. a late a/ did.c *aly. la the fou*: NOTUM or R4MIKoike Ut I, kiosk. 1. JI.U": .\\'IT I .f n., Couatf.. Florida.
.... OM ...... ** IVe ; SSMUI. S-4 II, ... Sto t ;*e.e Clop Caly.. Pled.d4 IN THB CIRCITIT C I'HT.roURTll I la .hereby .iron thai. fiN 111. areardlnaIn plus, .I".hll. aala, la I". klaheel. sad
Urea. ,..... aataanalla traaa .. St. U. at his sfhe the roar. JI'IUCIAI CIHCCIT' ,lureuant la a final decre .fjarclour regarded In fist llook. II pease .beet kldder, for sash, al Ika freak
house. *f said County at tree IN AND rod CLAV CXlt'NTI entered I* eaue and It, iHrrcnl pel l>llo wade' .doer .f ,... Clay County Cwrt.innea ,
amiaaieax Caa Ve cacti al CIU.* Cave Spr nd.. riortda. within .ruoitii I Bunber.d 1111 la tk* ClreullCrurt of Ice Counir, rlnrld I 4n 'h.*. Cove ....1..1.

Servkaj ......., Oraaga "". WANTED c-..... to atofalth el a ......., mantba from the. IM.. CIIANCRRVInn.r of flay Caualy. riorlda, I Tord Ier wilt oil ' riorlda, between IIJ A M. ....
tti t1 lese N.RI. lima af Ik. first pabltcaiNta. atIfela will all th .11..,. Inflar -r It .
Ns Itn passel revemenla new and ,* I. I ... as February II. A UfirOROB >>
Green c.... afor. 4adckaala. elderly lady. Eve Is. Rf hiwark ae>th-*. Two _.... ef each urn INRVRANCR, (.'0...',. Plerlda. deaerlbed'l er an said land, aad fjllurea at.arked let.
rlaaaaaA Slag ......*. .,.,.. er ........ ...11 b* I I. COMPANV. Ihereloi, Sled! ell t.a.lam I. (CARLISLE
Eieatleat 4....u... PkaaaGraeai cotter. sad shall able tkeptoc I. coraoratloa, ..l I* Sleek I*. MEADOW.IIIUNIIL : . .1_"..., water, aaH .,.., Clerk of Circuit Courtpyi
Care SM-ttM (Jar), Reply Clay Camay CVaeetat.Rat ef ,**... *see *n4 poet offlca44ree I ....Int 1ft.I Unit .. anordIn/. ...11.... reeling. '." '...all".. I ,' Vivian M. Rohm. ,
S.I1. IS. at taa .1.......'. sad I Plot recorded ,la. rut Hook. I. hgb/ing. . "I.", "' ... vostllailne. I fMituly ClerkICeart
U4-SSU lr ...n). S-U-4) 11- .ball. b* wara I* br tie elaka JACK"RirMRR: tad pew II and II. af tk* publicroeerle : Irrlrnstsl. .54 pews? 01asemo ; Rent)

: hi* ;111'1:1 MARCH: M RlrMKH kl. WlWIIJJAM /*. of Clay Couaiy. Florlda. marhiaea, appllane-ea, fialsr.e: .u
a re n* ald by a i. P-IRMCN and. and a.a urla5.Mae. whirl nwar
LADIES MUUaaa are yWw.I. FOR SALES L4 ta Oraa,. ...> dollar sad eoo* .claim. ar .d... CLARA ... Rl.KM KM<<, "'* wife al publU.. sole. 4* the hlakMl. and or mar hereafter pertain' lit.or
maad net *o filet sell b* v M. iMfandaataBJOTICB. beat bidder. for rain al Ik. frost b* beat with, In, ar cc .* 4.
lagAte* ea...- a* T.V. Park. 1 Work East ef Highway aOreat W.bker Parry OS'' Its? dr (f are flay Caoaly/ Carrl. premle. ass Iknuik' they e.
lag A* aerator af the. last bed* in (//non ('4 RprlBie, dl*. ke4 ar del*,.ha. .Me, SHOPat
Skaw aa4 yes win aril W. IT. I blurb fraaa aw ..> Will ad Te.tament aft TKR STATE or rl. HIKA-TOl. ... betw.n II :: A M. and .aKAI.WITMKIMI. .

train yes to ear tha .....a realrr. task aM aaat "..... >*lla Irene Pearcyd. JACK r, .1 ..aH. Me.I"._ I ** P... an. February It. A I'. mr had and I". *.*!

af aiiairy yea ..... CaB ... a* Una ..... tree aM deep . r. n
wrlto to Mr*. OrlaU. P. O. Bee ..... IH'ilTf. m Seed SUpka world '..v.n.fee,..KteralorHh a...eel sad. **Maria* bea M. filed...._afalnel,, WH Clerk Vlvlaa,'tacR. II CaortHy ....h"fNtpuiy IKOIKIN. A ft.I. 'ANLIlfr 1111. :. n.,. HOME

141. Ltva Oak. Fte. S-to .a SC4-CU4. IMI-e Gras (eve a""rlx,e. riorldaMl liam J. Riemer sad Clara r II fleet. K* Merle <| fl.,II.,...
1-4. II. II 111I Rlamar In the /bo* **|itledraaaei c,1 Iceotl Clerk
newsin aad Ib.llyeu 'M'. beech ..Ie 1.11. ../. II. I.
TPIH riartrv ISIS T ar repaired" t* hieerr anewer
FOR SALE B.... trailer AMBITIOfS MOTHERS C.,** c*t .vvIn YI.51N/01 sub Ib* flerb ef this, .

IT s ir. II1&1 aM ... MOTHERS. .. 1M peed etara rti (. ,. deco a Spy ,......t apenb
en. ease plalailff ar pUlaltffe ."".
.... paye ..... Two bianiax.eratral mosey to kr cyUretk .to IWIlrRT: ,.. CARdWEU.nai.urf see wkvee. uim4 seC ad'lreoe Iii I

heat aM air .*>pj4llUaw.tag. It.... ar raltrgeT Ptraaatot.rafiubl hires fawera. Hali y. Jiae
".. sad Joy lies rMida THl
If I.WrftW) ease Geese .. port Uaae ..,..,. IfIU'"0:1' Talteosornti Mild IMII."Io. "'.,.... eel :' IJ

*. It. Write AraaMgV. ,focus CA 51 h eadaal later A 141.
Cat* U4S2H.RO11E ...a will ;.,./.51'Or ItN fall I* 4s :*' derre

Mr. OvUa swat. P. O. THE': nTAT or. 1..uMn"-T. pro ..,._ sill b. amend
MIU'HKn VAftlMMIOfUHrAftawr.l.l. : salsa Pre far the r.ll.f .demanded
FOR SALE Water- Ba. M4i. Uta Oak FU. t-lte - t., 1111.... ParkWlee4oael McCormick
-- -- - -- | TIM aatar of paid adS bias
Met by 0WtWt' Uviag raaaa.UaJat .. North rtarellna ,.r rsesel-so'. .f. .....,...*
""'. UUhra. ,steelad FOB UNTO fttWriag raaaaa J1Ie De. s.- MwMw Tot ASS MKItKHV; ; H'rT|. doted J.I, II till, recorded .* A ",
Or* Nonpov M, live!. Me**.02111wr I Pirn that a sal .kee beoa fllaaalnel ... Aaaes1. 11 I* M.rsss.slbel
refrigrralar .......,. Sw. weekly.. ....1aIF ,..... RivrrVkw ..>. .. the above .nllil.. ('(or. Move UI-II4, peel.!

.--. I". 1 au... utility MaUL S aaiWa sell afGC *-- *> .v *Mbtrlp. .an M ax* raw aad n. are ke.plaallfr..."y ,.. :e..rd< of Cle r C-wety. rUrida.M A i'K-intf card t* servo epee rrre'Ueura s/ Nvria-ea*
rnaa, earrart. eaekw**.) fMrtlfc.Aaaawaa ata CJL IT. ...... (;CSItun. -w .w Ow psld pterMl 1oIr. ....,... whose name add aiddr. dated Aarll It. 141.>lo4. on
.. I lamteaaf. cu... " .*. asses' borne. rear .".. Aale.. INS .. Official MM.yd .
VA t.... aUaaadaib**. ,.* ..,._., If soy 'oo tile bill . Velo-BM IL "" .. 'U.".. ,

'n M/rOe A...... Gre*. Ca* I VtA 124 O d ****.. fit af ewmiilelot .. eels 1*Nat B.e.IU regard of (,*! t'owtty.Urtd I.
FOR RE3CTI Large b.daIMves /. wblrh e> ......,.. I* set *. and t..Ht .f shirk
Far bifaraaaliaai eafl SM-1IU. tile Qf BwnM* |4PARCrrtt heaw'u. on N boluve Manb .. sacs..... ee.....,... She ,....
S.I" *(.*..*. Mate Are tellM.nls ..wlaadee'rtbed. -*.rl. .....

bath .... iviag ""'. andpeek //wet '.'1 **! at .._.. see Had .. Clar C....,. rVrida.l
...,_ will *. ....,.. aalae4tr ..tet "In ,lteI.ltrtit 0/ //.j/ry .S'wfr WL251!
with awtvaU scans ...> tw collar prt4 t. ... l..e* P/ faA the FeHbalf
FOR SALE ....S ITUhia Hty BaalU .* OakrUg*. kilt we ........ CIIIahet.n *..> H4n-tr' f* puff RCIT ... .
sad CAr ajl..b Nine (tt. r .. -.M>
rlataff .... Heaebva... arraageawataItallaklaFar Sets, mat tvr,xrr.wtTI vtetw 'a> e.. W.e .... tof

ale; |1M ar lra" far .. *. toferaaatkMakaaw ..'._ lie :-_ .*. eo e4. ee. tb* Jr,....., 1..... a ror.iafo
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RAGE SIX (OJlay!: (Bounty< Crescent TI VBSDAt:.,FEBRUART..18, 1965


I 'the Birds :and The. BeesEditor's Drive Carefplly-SchoolinSe.ssion

( Notes: ,The story mock consisting of such trees> primarily around the bird'and' ,THIRTEEN DAYS IN MAY I land and the Philippines. illmll( IIOOlmmmllmmflmmmlm ll ( ( ( (( liimlllllml l!( 1 m mllmill I 11Illm II IMlllmlllllll{ l mlli lll! ri mll llll! ih Ilq III.IIIIIII V mllllllllllllll III IIH l.llilimll.IIIII1IIm!! f
below on Gold Head Branch as live oak, gums, magnolia, animal life, geology and botany Many of these countries will
Park Is one of thousandi of American holly and loblolly of the area, The sprlnj- Thirteen to bert day In May is not a have entries in the women's event
sequel a selling novel. ButIt
"filler" stories that to out of bay, fed lakes, Ravine, and other dois have algniflcanct for (3 as well as In open competition.
The United States will be

represented -
the propaganda mills of Tallahassee I. Growing along the nature features prove to be an interesting million Bridge buffs around the by both an open team VOTE
world ,who will be following the ;
ashinston scientificand and women's, team
and every trails in the Ravine, there are study area for proceedings of the,Second a
month to newspapers, large; more than 100 species of trees, educational groups. The Bridge On the United States open teamart ' :i KM l 1
Donald Krauss, a ,
and amalL If 09 per cent of shrubs and vines, including entire park Is maintained and Olympiad from Los Angeles, 1 =

them are not very Informative, the needle palm. In the bottomof 'I protected as a wildlife refuge will which take Robert Hamman, a U.C.LA, math I rr"\ "1 B"8EXlERIENCE 3

they at least, be it said, give the Ravine the visitorscan Recreational features at this place May 1- major; Samuel Stayman, a wool "
employment to some nice young beautiful park nearly unl1mlt'd.Amoni 13 1n New manufacturer from New York
see palms, a great are ,, :
' City, Robert Jordan, a sales man. .
man who might otherwise be variety of flowers. 'shrubs and the most popular. in York City j i ager In Philadelphia; and Arthur. IV9\ ,r OnP 1

drafted to srrve his nitttn I trees of a sub-tropical nature. overnight Camping Campers) Americana Hotel. Robinson and Victor Mitchell, .i.. >,,fi, V.i iUK ,
in the hell pots of South VlrtNam. I Remains of old dam and find the camping area at Oold Atltake both Bridge teachers. Their aver EEDED! Vi
I an is' J4 making this .
age age one
of fie will be .
to fas
The following one Head Branch very much pos.seesion 1
mill mark the of a grist of the youngest teams ever to
Harold S.
better Is printed herewith In mill, cotton gin and sawmill their I liking. Ample elbow roomis bill Olympiad o( the Trophy indicativeof represent the United States in .' i ' I '

full.) I which had been operated years provided and the restroom world Bridge supremacy, The International Bridge competition, 'I "r .:'-' ....,,;.. ,. ,
budding{) Is kept spotless A trophy li currently held by The U.S. women's team Includes '"
of Oold ,
One of Florida most complete ago by the waters France which won the title at the housewives, bridge teachers, and ( !flI' '
state parks Is Gold head Head Branch Parts of the I new 'and larger campgroundIs First World Bridge Olympiad heldat Mrs Janice Stone a former actress -- . ' '
Branch, located about 40 miles I machinery may still be seen under construction. Turin, Italy in I960 who gave up leading rolesIn .ZEALOUS
The vacation cottages pro Bridge players from thirty radio and television to con gilt "
at the Old Mill site below the Top l'
Jacksonville '
southwest of on '
vide a home away from home different countries are entered in centrate on Bridge eight :yearsago. : 44 At
Ravine .
State Road 21, Series' of t- '
this "World Bridge t
for families seeking to escapethe Ticket holders interested In' 4 V *"* '' ENERGETIC ,
Arrowheads have been found The Western hemisphere will be ,
At this park, noted for Its .
hustle and bustle of city be
kibitzing will permitted to .
that the had represented by teams from Argentina 1 I 119 i
spring-fed lakes and rolling area life. Brazil, Canada, Chile watch at tableslde and in grand s d
hills, visitors may enjoy picnicking been a favorite Indian Hunt- Completely equipped, families Mexico, Peru and The United stands which will be constructed I
Ing ground Minute quantities States and Venezuela. Europeanteams around some tables. Or they can
boating swimming, LOYAL.
need bring only food and them- include Great Britain, Ireland watch the play of key matcheson
have been
of which
gold panned
camping, water skiing hiking: *
vacation'Unlike O Rama. electronic
selves for their Belgium, Finland France, "Bridge- an i : -
nature study, vacation cottagesand : in Oold Head Branch, board which follows tip LEADERSIIIP
the campsites the cot.tales Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, .1 : '
probably came from the ancient play of each card
sight seeing must be reserved in advance Sweden Switzerland and Spain. ., :
This 338-acre park derivesIts rocks of the Piedmont Teams are also coming from both The World Bridge Olympiad Is I '
PleateauAs Reservations are made the United Arab Republic, Israel expected to draw hundreds c' T : : -
name Oold Head Branch, by writing to the Superintendent and Lebanon In the middle cast visitors who will be In New Yor: : :; ,. NECESSARY
the spring-fed stream that visitors follow aroundthe Oold Head Branch Stats And the far east will have entries for the Worlds Fair which will "
shore ofLake Johnson they from the Republic of China, Thai. be open at that time "
meanders along the bottom !
Park Route No 1, Box 305 i' )
of a beautiful Ravine through are treated to beautiful vistasof Keystone Heights, Florida. c ..: EFFICIENT I II e < _r t

which a nature trail winds. this, large body of water The picnic area is located on appreciated it must be seen vc (flit1) ( ,M. 4' c '. :.
seen through; traceries of ... THE : I -
Visitors can drive right up to I the shores of Lake Johnson at various seasons of the year, i .. .. 'niGHT I.,

the head of the Ravine and I Spanish moss and evergreen I and Pebble Lake, Two large and various times of the day.It SAFETY a 0' . 5'" '" '
look down Into It. sixtyfivefeet I foliage Lake Johnson is the 't .
I picnic shelters and a barbecue la especially early in, the '" ' I ? . , )/11' ,; '
largest lake A arm extends -
below. The stream varies I shelter located north of Pebble late in the I-SENTRY
I I morning or evening .
the main body of "
from or'.r
in in width from three to ten Lake, are just the thing when little Pebble Lake, "" ............. .,
the lake Into the park where BY JANE: DAVIS v "
feet with crystal clear water I
for civic clubs and various organization large Sheeler Lake, remote ,
the main use area Is located. .. *
sand flowing over a bed of white Fourteen family vacation picnic groups Deer Lake and Lake Johnsonare Driving "DoV & "Dont'i"After .' 11 1 I CITY' I : : ", =
Boats for hire can be obtained at their best You may COMMISSIONSi IIt
The Ravine starts with a cottages are situated on a ridge at the boat landing on fish In all of them providedyou studying "do's" and"dent's" t .
Lake Johnson of safe driving, safety :. '
deep bowl at the bottom of overlooking .
Lake Johnson. Persons license '
bring- have a state fishing \ .
experts of Sentry Insurance ,
Pebble Lake and in announce GREEN COVE SPRINGS .
is Is
a spring and Nearby ing their own craft can put the 10 most Important ,:

fern garden Among the many the park is beautiful Sheeler them In the lake at the launching Why not plan to visit be iutl- precaution for motorists) Surveys .. .,.....

beautiful ferns here Is the Lake and small remote Deer area ful Oold Head Branch State show vast majority ofdrivers .. i. .,
rare beaded fern The sides bf Lake think of themselves as '
Swimming may be enjoyedin Park 'soon! "better than average driver( !," :HELP DEN CONTINUE THE ..707Vote -
the bowl and of the Ravine The educational possibilitiesin _
are ,
Lake Johnson which has a I Yet most traffic accidents are a .. "
clothed with dense ham this State Park are centered '
a remit of violation of the law or "
natural sand beach and gently : ,
I : :
common-sense rule of safe driving
sloping shore A bathhouseis .
provided for swimmers and Slow dews and enjoy your trip. '
BUD'S GATE STATIONKEROSENE nearby is the combination re 1NTING "Speed too fast" is number one
freshment-lounge building p[ killer Adjust speed to road edltlona
I In heavy rain, front
The foot trails In the
Ravine wheel. actually leave road at 60 -
Home Delivery or and along the shores of the m.p,h, and skim on rain film.S 2
U.IIaul It Service Available I lakes offer opportunity for >i.r on your side Allow plentyof .r
time and distance for
hiking. The park ,,abounds In '
Phono 284-9250; Dont past on an intersection,
subjects for nature study as GALL THE 'CRESCENT curve, bridge, railroad l tracks.
Orange Ave and Cove SL GREEN COVE Paid Political Advertisement
Yield of An Intersection
wildlife is abundant, varied and right way

piotected with caution.If is a danger. lone, proceed u =;a""m l m.JJllliJL"JIIIi; jllHlJjiJjlliWI,_ _.",......_J
This State Park Is located PHONE: 284-316!) you're drlrle '| JrlnV.
In the beautiful sand hill lake Two drinks can bunt reflexes.Avoid .

Don Pool'sSEUMCBVICB II region of Florida, and to be drugs drivlaf Effect..of...r"lafl>*_ of"

-- tranquillzeri, other medicines: ,
COIN I can be dangerous behind the
LACNDBTnaboett jp&f-pmonaBty problem. wheel. Ask your doctor about effect

A Houston GreeD COT of remedies prescribed '

Open 14 Boon Every Day Why; Is It hat the nicest guy In (fie world... one Keep car your length dlrtiM between.Allow you at least and Feel walled in ?

'J ahead for each 10 .h.
ear m
ntOoft-Boadlz Machine ,.: .J Make, till. fracefaUr.Get p In right t from it all
Doable Loads lie Il-tb. Single Leads lie lane early when leaving a superhighway Getaway: by phone.

naff Dm ii.RYERTBODT 1w Turn into "speedchange"
exit lane without slackening ,

WELCOME rapidly.speed, then decelerate a;,, Swap recipes,

to UM do directional so may bring ilfnal traffic Failure ticket. ;;> : trade .I laughs .r',

___ ____ _ H_ _. . _ _ Olwy triflta .1.i ..... Passing of ,
STOP sign ii a common accident ,
cause according to Sentry reminisce i
Insurance finding, ,
1 IN GREEN COVE ON MARCH :"nil llsullr. check mp brie. Maniac ,

ap. Lights), signals,brakes, tires, plan a surprise party
steering,exhaust system,wipers, ,
horn and rear-view mirror
E 14F0TFRANK ; t should be In top condition.PLEASE'. tell secrets
l t j ,

MOREA tie ask that new couple over, and thank ,.

Can become a monster -
when He gets behind 1.M ' !/ Aunt 'Mary for keeping the baby.

YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER the wheal l of an

automobile? (What else that costs'so little makes you feel so good)

IN CROP No. 1 .--....-._

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up to ,.i ;

7 years to repay : r
I solicit jour Mipport for the ooitiuutyto | | \ ,
Compare the true tmpUtfrest La- ,
represent Jon of a FCA loan with l I
the cost of other loans \
The policies of the Pioploi\\ lu) > mymission. Doat buy capital improvement
I unless you're financed then a*
cheaply a* poaaiol FOR LOW.

''I', Klmll be our cnum. .. ....t.HT ae O..i:>
City Progress
1a. 0.aae? AST*** >
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: SUCCESS-TOG ETI1KRTd. lit Mfiwiul A..... ft.JacfceesiviOs Onagwdate--Hq. IS IA\
N........ Prol.aYen CMittfftklka Southern kuNlwa4
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AdV 111 Mata Rhos.. TA IT 4-1141 after 8hast4s bridge. >)> I e .i

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1985 Oltoy( 'County! 'drcsccttt, PACE StTBf



Security nay he able to save tile life *f someone who to ..........
., _''::',,_,_ or suffering from smoke.asphyxiation .. stroke or .heart attack
If yoa follow these simplified. Instructions.. I
I Social Security Protection vides for full retirement payment Th sow xygw .ph... u wall the Jacob natal clamp sad
oral Airway are mad by draUrPLife Oxygen,Ut High Avon*,
I Despite the and advance at age es or adjusted Cleveland\ ..... .
science, medicine, and the payments 'at age 02 for qualified (S--ttht than the reatusr1
of the structure call a physician. Inmedt. \>
udy of the individuals. A person maybe shonid
,.. .
urn man, nature's most leml-reired and receive + wt.

mplex organism, continue toe full payments'if his earningsdo 1 r r ; 4 '

|' to be subject to i injury not exceed $1200 or partial ljp"

Illness, and to eventually payments if his earnings are Q ,
e. For these reaaonri there above $1200. ( .
| a need for the kind of pro- A payment of $120-$25S is d. Lift head of victim with ptlm '
ctlon offered by social secury made to the surviving family I'' of hand .* shown Us Sn
to hold Airway tight ee r ilnp
___ _
especially! today's world.A from the social security; account
r .Place.k-tllllul back with, seek
person who suffers a crip- of a worker at the time of his ; extended and head back| new q.
ling accident or lengthy 11-1 : death. The law also provides Fr .allow chi* to BB,. Remove any
Jss that prevents him from I tot survivor payment for minor I otMtrucUon from his mouth .

II 1 work may receive social or disabled children: widows, ,.. .
[curtly; payments,for himself I widowers, and dependent par- .
lid his dependents. To be

Uible for such payments, he ents.Thus, social: security: provides "w.".. .
lust have worked under the Insurance: ,for the disabled, for -.r wew.awdwwf S. Using deep breaths :Inhalexynn
clal security program for at the aged, and for surviving The old St.: Elmo: Hotel, whlcn In later Jt'lrsam.. the from Breath-O-Llfo. set.
Eberhart, of Co.. -'IMII breathe rapidly Into Alrwsy
According to Henry Quality Wrecking
fast 5 of the 10 yean prlar families of deceased workers head,narten .( the Florid. Military Academy and finally hold. over victim's lips Blow
Jacksonville, the building will be a memory la the neat I. Holding '.tongue down, for
a flre-hasardem public school I 11 being eased to make way, forcibly' for sa adult gently
his accident or illness. More than 9 out of every 10
InMii correct ,
Airwayvi postU I
child light
few a UM only pegs
I The Social Security Act pro breadwinners and their families It Is motored, for some badly needed high equality homes weeks .a betirwa .:.. for an Infant
I A public auction of odd and end Including two pair
of outside tire escapes, a fire door and frame and the
now have this protection.New proof of your age as well as
original wheel that operated the hotel's elevator, which was
I la The Time : last years'a W2 form U self
NEW AND postponed last Saturday because of rain will be held alit
!lit II Dotit wait until the day you employed, you will need to o'clock this Saturday morning . barring another .
need social: security benefits to bring a copy of last year's tax downpour. The property I la now owned by R. D. Walker, f
USED CARS I return and prof that the return (
i begin finding out about them.
of Orange Park, and Richard Seeder of Green Cove, There y/
Many people wait until after was filed, such as a cancelled his been no announcement of what the property will be When victim's chest ...... remove
Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. !I retirement disability; or a check: or money order stub used for when It la cleared. With a critical ahortaio I. Snip nuil clamp securely In. your mouth from Airway
to position on victim' nostril and allow him to cabals.
death in the family l to find out A widow applying for aunri first rate homing In Green Cove, It could be used for
Green Cove SpringsWk :what protection social security vors payments should supply something that would stem the outward tide of Incoming, Whia Mowlng-ln the not and following breaths. decrease freoutnry -
*. A Better Deal Is Mad Van Ness' WTO Mate It! often. Some wait until long her marriage certificate and high bracket Income people to about svery I or 4 seconds.Should shock of snoila (lick
of oiyi n) t'lst after victim I* revived and breathing, noeetsarybrsath0LU
after "the hut minute" to find the young children's: birth cer ages can I be aUnlniiurtd.dip ; .
STOP IN out What It takes to get social tificates.: If she's 62 or' overshell .
security checks: : started quick also need proof of her I -- M,\\F. urn Riit KKvrr: :
SEE AND DRIVE THE !65 ly. ate W1.&Mn CGiY

Ifi easy to find out If all If you are applying for dia- '
your wages have been reportedfor ability payments, you shouldbe A killer U loose In America. The killer Is heart disease, LITRE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS'

...... SM-UU Direst Bswt social security and about able to tell how your condition To date all efforts to track him which with Its attendants, .
las ...-.... OCS what you can expect to get keep you from workingand down, while not entirely fruitless stroke and thrombos will kill - -
The social security people are be able to give the names I have not produced results more than the total of a num-
ready and anxious to give you that would forever control hjjn. ber of lesser enemies 7/f/ t JWClay County Property with -

this Information. They hav GREEN COVE SPRINGSBIMUtJ Will you\ Join In the,porno to progress In determining his
booklets that tell about disability : help catch him The help of usual traits but is yet have Frank7.}\ Broun
payments, retirement : everyone Is needed not been able to track him to
payments, and survivor paymenu. his ultimate lair And Associates

These booklets also tell ; and address of all doctors who Your dollars are the posse .*|...*end Beat Male Brekor -
how many work credits you have treated you for your condition : which will do the Job to finally
ISM VJ. Highway; IT Orange FartnM
SEE YOU ATEchie's need to get payments, how trap this great killer.
much :you can: expect to get, dive generously to the heart
and which members of your Wee !rOB THE BEST In all-Mind fund. Make checks: to " [ir NOW AVAILABLE: BUSINESS rKOrERTT

family can collect payment Jokers , ,12 21 rood printing try the CRE. Fund"" o/o R-Adrn. Chauncey toO foot frontage en V. I. Highway 17

with you Untouchables 60 30 CENT PRESS INC. The price Moor, Green Cove Spring, (Just North of Green Cove Rprlags)

The people at the social security Kingfishers 60 30 Is right. Florida ')
Champions5 11 - - - ---- -- --- -
office will also tell you
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what you need to bring along Professors c. 2142b
Drivers . 164 44'AI
when you come in to apply
for benefit*. For instance, always Magnolia . , .21 It 16 great big
IN bring along your social S-Balte . " . .1" 21 It ,
The Klasftohers moved Into
security card. If you're apply
last 'for retirement payments, a tie for 2nd by winning I from

ORANGEDALE you should brine along some the Jokers. The Untouchable great looking great going
dropped I also and remained ,
2 game off the pace, Good ,
:score were rolled' by Doe

.it PARTRIDGEWELL 'Turner with a 202, IU; Al Ivey from
211, ItO; Rufus Tucker 224. wagons Plymouth.
861; Bart Christian 205, till
DRILLING'end Mary Everett's 4>2,
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F, H. A, TERMS N -
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Fury Wagons
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for the finest In lubrication, la 6Of 9 passenger models. j"
you can depend on L. R...'* the '65 Fury wagon ls about the Wgieit,. .
Service Station One trial plusheit,wagon you'v* ever seen i''-

LONE DISTANCI will convince you of thatLARDE'S And rtiH'KJkQy U the low-priced fltld.,

call McCALLCOLhKCT JukeaeiteL.. '

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lAX EV 9.5581I..s.Your I TIRE t seas Wags f tlrfi" eta .h another ewfUtf Swat t.f

I Q Plymouth wagons !* IMS.f .

t ,"' (M th.young family" on a y"in|'
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friends) lint"* rOllch'fIoo--o Cor. Park A King Jacksonville .;I 'J,

WHY SHOULD roe( newl nr F-WT or rv i-/..i '

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CAll MCGAU TIRES7'rea M: Four Something for Everyone:
65 Valiant -
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II Distributor huller Tirw .Aaolit( flatteries I IJtE.CAPPINO Melvttftro (I BXHJ.IVsUtat .) 20t J. US J THE ROARING W
II $ sybf a uxnr>M'.1 For t>>***m* beak t
I I ((4 nM4.l.) 111 UJII FURY
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Newest Ira luxury can .itChevrolet's
Services for William Condon Services for George Washington .
Norris 50-year-old Green Cove Caprice Custom Sedan Doyle, 81 yean old, of: I rsI'
Insurance broker, were held Doctors Inlet, were to be held
yesterday Green Cove's First at 10:30: this morning In Peoria '
Baptist Church. The Rev. Joe Chapel.
Olachea and the Rev. Jack Doyle, a lifelong resident of
Hall officiated. Doctors Inlet, who gave the
Norris was killed Monday w land for the Doctors Inlet Civic OUR FOUNDER S CELEBRATION SALE!

morning when a shotgun he Center and whose family gave
was taking out of his car, barrel H.p the land for Peoria Cemetery,
first, accidentally discharg died Tuesday en route to Clay I
ed. He had been hunting on Memorial Hospital.He ''HI A
Saturday.He i was with the U. S. Civil
leaves his Widow, Mrs. Service for many years until
Duffell Norris, two daughters, his health forced him to curtail .
Loretta and Evelyn; his par. his activities and he had



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The newest Chevrolet-butlt passenger car, making its bow this week at the Chicago
Auto Show la the Caprice Custom Sedan. The Caprice Is a luaury-type car featuring a "Buper-ltight" Pork I Ib. ban
plush interior, with rear-aeat folding armrest, distinctive courtesy light and a noticeable
hushed ride accomplished by new chassis improvements. A color-keyed paint, stripe and BAG SAUSAGE 3-$1.00
special nameplates and emblems distinguish the exterior of the Caprice. The new luxurycar I .
will soon be in Chevrolet dealer showroom. across t1 ttlon.: .
ents, Mr.-and Mrs. W. P. Nor. been in failing health for sew
I rts, of Frisco City, Ala, three eral He member Grade "A" I Broad
I Chevrolet's luxurious new crafted Interior and a numberof colors or six two-tone color years was a Quick Frozen Young Breasted
I sisters and four brothers. Caprice Custom Sedan will be special body and chasls fea combinations. If It Is ordered i of Asbury Methodist Church, '16t022 ' 15
Honorary pall bearers were Doctors Inlet and of Middle-
introduced at the Chicago tures. with an optional vinyl roof TURKEYS Lb 33cf 35cSouthern
members of the South Jack I burg Lodge, p and A. M. Atg Avg
Auto Shoe and soon will begin The high-fashion interior cover, there la a choice of three ;
sonville district of Gulf Life LB. .
The Rev. Frank Edwards,
arriving In dealer showrooms features contour padded seats colors beige, blue and black
Insurance Co., with which he across the nation upholstered in rich cloth and (fan compared to only one color minister of the Asbury Church, Star Canned Boneless Cooked
had been associated for 11 Semon E. Knudsen, general expanded vinyl. There Is a foldIng - black for Impala models and the Rev Tom Ryan, director .
years. manager, said the Caprice embodies center armrest in the rear I Three color-keyed Interiors of Wesley Manor, were H AFAS'Po With Lb.
Harry Active Cressy pall, bearers Doran Yelton were:, "the greatest luxury and seat Seat cushions, back rest are offered light fawn, me. to officiate at the services.He Order 9 Can $2.9'9Speclall
Warwick smootheset ride Chevrolet has and cloth door panels are all Blum blue or black.... leaves his widow, Mrs
Kenney, D. C. Turner,
Allle Ivey, Philip Wainwright, ever built into an automobile. specially stitched. The stlokV'Prfce of the Ca. Sadie M. Doyle; two daughters AP Whole or Jellied Mb.
Warwick He said it reflects the cur The rich look of hand-rubbed price will be $243 above the Mrs. Donnie Hewett and
Jay Burial was and in Hickory Lionel Bchulz.Grove rent booming demand for more walnut trim distinguishes door sticker price ft a ,.VJ-eguipped( I Mrs. Leslie Page, both of Doc. filHMW I Coffee Sale! Cranberry Sauce.2 cans :Site

cemetery, Helm Funeral Home and more automotive luxury Interiors, steering wheel and Impala sport sedan ,which Is I ton Inlet: two brothers, J. N. Special I Sultana 1-Ib. cans
was In charge of arrangements and answer customers instrument panel. There .is $2,850, for atotal of U.092.BILLSoR.uDo Doyle and J. P. Doyle, both of MD II MaUOW Pork & Beans. ..___.. lOe1.u.IAG
Doctors Inlet; a sister, Mrs.
"who have asked us ford car special pattern vinyl'headlln 3-U.IAO
with even finer appointmentsthan tog and distinctive Interior Mary Harrington, of Orange A Special!
the Impala." lighting with automatic switch Park; and two grandchildren. LeSueur Whole Kennel 12-os, cans
YOU CAN TRUST Classl-. The Caprice Is an ultra-pres. es at all four doors.A : PAY Honorary pall bearers are: 0 (tile 195 White Corn .-.__2 for 37c
John Hall, J. P. Hall, Jr., L. E. C
tige option the color
on top-of-the- -keyed stripe
fled ads to deliver thmtsyiov'
your message .line Impala sport sedan, of. along each side distinguishes Sell : longer Green; J. I.. Mock C. M. Lowe, rI. Betty Crocker Yellow, Devils rood or
to all comers of town in feted with any of Chevrolet's the Caprice exterior. There is use t h r 0 III h' Inexpensive W. C. Holllnisworth, J, D. Jef- Choc. :Ios Dkgs
V8 engines, including the new also a special slim body sill fries. Derrl Nettles W. HUE! 'I Cake Mue!.___ 3 for $1.00
no time flat Call GCS 4-3106 Classified adl''and get quick Dempsey, 8. D. Saunders T.
high wheel
efficiency Turbo-Jet 396. molding Caprice grille, 8'1
to insert your ad now I (The Caprice adds to an Impala discs, nameplates and emblems cash. Call OCS 4-3186 now.Chevrolet Rivers, Wayne Oelger, Special! lane Parker Freshly Baked Nutley Solids&fanrarnc.L! 1 lb. blocks
fattr-door hardtop distinctive The Caprice is available In Revels, Raymond Tr.w, C. ,.? 2 for 21ta
Holmes, W. J. Christmas, Ed. APPLE PIES I
exterior Hrimsj a luxuriously any of Chevrolet's 15 exterior Ann PageTomato 10 H 01. cans
win Hall, Milton Berry and Ed
Lovett. r Soup.__..._ :5) for 4J!>c
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hers of the Middleburg Ladle 1 \\t S Io
F. *, A. M. Burial will be in t 011'
Peoria Cemetery Helm Funeral .
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