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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 25, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Ceremonies dedicating Johns ... ......... ., top supervisory' plant engineers I
of Keener Competition: The Dayton Beach area Manvllle'i vut. multi-million r itj \ ,. (see advertisement page 2). '
Committee of (Ooopsl 100 has obtained 200 acres of land dollar Transit asbestos manu j ( He Is seeking a plant engineer

next to the OB!: complex for Industrial development during facturlng plant st Green Cove ,, .1.Ih! an )Industrial engineer, a main
the next eight years. The new Industrial park will get Its ,! ',:\,\I :
tenance foreman and
will not be held until after the "0 1e( e I 'Q a production
first tenant: Florida Production Engineering Co.. within a facility U In full production (\ \ \. foreman. Applicants

few 'weeks. Committee spokesmen said responsible" indus next Fall. Robert F. Orth. J-M ,' 1'\,, \'..l'JIjIi'I' are being asked to write to
trial prospect 'will find land prices very attractive senior vice president said in Johne-Manvllle, In care of ;

Marlin Oreen Cove yesterday General Delivery Oreen Cove,
Green Cove's Mayor has proclaimed Fri let Mr. Orth made a second onsite furnishing schooling college,

day March 5 u a Day of Prayer "In acknowledgement of Inspection of the progress '" . .'J't.., ,,\. _I age experience e, college degrees
the goodness and mercy of God 'who has so bountifully On his arrival at Green Cove Mr. oral ira greeted by of the building In a brief visit (Ill ar\1), telephone number
blessed us" Special prayer services are to be held that evening and Interviews will bed
Carl Bennett (IL) Florida district sales manager' of the during which he conferred with .\0 I agrees
at 7:30 o'clock in Green Cove's First Methodist Church Jack E. H...., plant manager .-\.m. noon until 8evening
1-M pipe dlvlalon and (center) Walter Od... chairman .f
and Carl Bennett Florida district except
the beard of the Baak of Orange Park and president .f
The County's 195 retail establishments had $l4./ mil direct sales manager for
lion sales last year an Increase of 14 per cent from 1958 Florida Soap Co. the Company's Pipe division.Mr. Hease said yesterday he

when approximately 1.600 military and civilian personnelwere Orth headed a group of Jtxpected to move to another
working at the Oreen Cove Navy base. The County J-M official and their wives \temporary office at the Indus\

figure compares to a statewide rise of 30 per cent. who mad a flying visit to trial park directly opposite the
The figures are based on a U. 8 Bureau of the Census Green Cove, arriving early yes late house next week
survey of these establishments The last such survey was terday afternoon and leaving Omen Coven lot more good
Robert F, Orth senior Vice President ef Johns-9an-,
made six years ago. several hours later.> news this week when U was
vltle Corp.. arrived In ene .( his company's planes a I I'clock
Retail trade In the county last year provided Jobs for Colored photographs of the learned that Mr. Bennett has
at Green Cove's Industrial park for a
331 persons (exclusive of owners), with a total annual pay. + a Lilt ( plant will be featured at the yesterday purchased a piece of propertyon
second look at the multi-million dollar Transit asbestos
roll of $188,000. annual meeting of J-M stockholders Black Creek Just north of
pipe maswfsetwlng facility scheduled U Into operation
In volume the county's food stores had total sales of scheduled to be March go Mahama Bluff Its said he will
eFI + In the falL lie Is shown with Mm. Oath on her first visit
$44 million a rise of 9 per cent from the 1J&8 figure. 14 In Ft. Worth Tex, Mr, to Green Ceve.. begin to build a home there
Gasoline service stations had total sales of $3 minion and Orth told The Crescent IoU soon aa I can get plans"Bncsuse
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the county's eating and drinking establishments took In Another future of the meet On Monday, Edward Morri of highways 18 and 17. The of Its acute housing

another $ 14.000. +r Ing will be an explanation of IOn, J-M staff, photographerfrom most recent photograph of the shortage, Oreen Cove has already
Since food sales totaling $U million are not taxable. JM officials to their happy New York, ,was In Oreen plant appearing on this page,, lost Mr. Hesse and his
the Bureau of the Census figures almost exactly confirm stockholders of how they once Cove taking photographs Of was taken by him. family to St. Augustine Beach

the findings of a Crescent survey published November It, again racked up alltlme record the 131-foot structure now taking Meanwhile Mr. llesiw wit I where he has purchased a

1984,. Indicating that approximately $10 million was being sale and earnings, shape st the Intersection beginning to advertise for four home,
spent annually by the county's residents In the county for
taxable retail purchases and that another $20 million was

being spent by them outside the county.

last Listless Green Cove (or rejecting) a Job'Curpe training center In the event
Mrs. Ova: Lee*of Omen week was' named vice the Office of Economic Opportunity does.not accept the i
Mr. Orth makes a point for' the benefit of Green Cove
Association (clay Bradford *
president of the new Tri-County handing sltsT
w and"Cnion) of Retired Teachers. An organizational City Manager Ben Z>Unr (Ise) at the landing strip ISOOVoters' Is.the City government ready to call on Senators

meeting of tile group was bold In Stark The association .: Register Holland and Breathers on Congressman Matthews and on
: win concern itself; with the activities of state and national anyone else In Washington who will listen to a plea that the

f retired teachers' groups. Other retired teachers IIIh.. a .Close to 1,500 Oreen Cove residents had registered this ban on F1IA loans In the Green Cove area be lifted to take

-couatj,art; Avt Maxwell and JLAJowles. retired school T, week 4x vote;-in the) city election next .week In 'which two I cant, of IneamingHand.sJreadjr presents:ifamHlwTrtnrTr9*"
niperiatendentsf:: Mariia Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas seats ere being nominally contested sire. to build their OWl homes and don't have the cash to

o J. Knight, Mrs. Zelma Ratchet Mrs. Daisy Fisher'Mrs. How many will go to the polls In what must be eon lay down on the barrslhaadT

Augusta Thorp Mrs. Ruth Ba hJow. Charles Frlsbee. Mrs. sldered the C1t,'. moat listless election In years, remainsto ,.'.,. 1, 4'-"" +- ;"M-rr; ,
Agnes Knowles. Mrs. Annette Hickey: Mrs. Alma Rlggs. be seen Tht principal fear of the Incumbents appearsto 'i '". T'; ."':' .rf I, Tfi' .

Mrs., Alex Pupkln and Miss Lillian Wstklns. be that whatever following their opponents have will .,.f.!(, ;' t , .
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swarm to the polls while those favoring their own candidacy .
Kelvin T. Dixon. Director of the Florida Department of will figure they've! "got it made" and stay home OFFICIAL: ''PR NARY MLLO

Veterans Affairs, has announced that as a result of his plra At this writing, not a small Issue had been raised As "
to veterans veterans' organisations and members of Con on. of the candidates succinctly put It! They'll either vote DENT RATOfl : Ait ': "
....<4 win be Imple for the Incumbents or they'll vote against them" rape
grew. Section of Public Law now o, \ t., '*, ., "" 4
mented.> It Is generally believed that whoever Is elected will CITY or O IE.VVCPVB: : wniKcwi';. itojuiu"v w,
Drugs and medicines may be furnished by the VA to sooner or later have to come to grips with some of the I "V' *.' ;tf tjJWS&UOfftisr
veterans In receipt of non-sreriee connected pensions plus following questions: o n:11JUAY.: l'Attgt ,f,f"I f ": ,' ,

an additional amount for aid rind attendant benefits.. Has the City Government sufficiently Impressed upon ::1I "

This group of veterans will have to pay for their own Jacksonville Power the vital necessity that there be no t\O f. .. . . '. ." laJlJlLi'( JlMt",, ( ,1i"1l.....' ...
drugs and medicines for the rest of February and March more "outages" , power failures at least at the Green 1
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On April 1. veterans who are receiving non service con. Cove Springs Yarn Company where! outages come high
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nectcd pension plus an additional allowance for aid and Is the City government ready to go to the people !
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attendant benefits. under Public Law ..-.... should send and sell them! on the Idea of a special election! st which a .a'. I
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to the VA their prescriptions, which have ben writtenby special' bond Issue wlU be voted on . to provide proper : '

a licensed physician, showing It is for a specific therapyIn sewage dlapoasl, more paved streets b.,tier street lighting,

the treatment of an Illness or Injury and the VA will process etct. : ,
prescriptions and the necessary drug and medicines Is the City government ready to call on our good win be sent direct to the veterans. On October U, Pate ftenaior. and Scream Governor friend Governor Haydon Burns, for help In IndustrlslUlng
Charley K. Johns lU) with Robert r. Drib senior vte the Induatriallal park Is It ready to move fast on securing ,: .' .. '
CITY or cui.ktJf.ooVl' ; wnixo Clay County residents> smoked' a total of 2.T".000 packsof president .. Johno-Manvtli Corp. si rerranonirs break "&'. i <' "
cigarettes last year, on the basis of regional. statistics lag grsiM for la* eoenoeny's m.ltl-ssiUle doth Green I' > , .'*. 'ia.:.m"Tt. KinAifvk. lull "',, I l'fc ,' ?

Issued by the tobacco: Induitry and on tax reports from Cove Transit ,,kale, pIpe aaanofsetsring ,Ia,,'. ..... Chosen For "i", .* :. '" -. r I ( ; "I. t tI1tO.

the Internal Revenue Service. r-Molr were held U the Middle of s wet field Inwhtrh Blanding r.,.. "w. IIrl01/ Iwetled OI\N!\ "f" \".',
This was at the rate of 198 packs per capita for the ..Ati n o H''t' : A
county's population over age 18 In 1M3 are average was' n lg-feet atllgsUr was later ",rar04. A luncheon __ rr.. _..r rre sir r.e. Lre. n.II ."r"4r.OFFICIAL ---
317 pocks per capita. arty given afterwards by J.bne-Mnvills far i.M. federal.UI Jungle War Training '*;:: \., ,* 'J: ,

By comparison, the amount of smoking done nationally Oenty sad mantels*! officials at Green Cove'sIndaatrial PRIMARY; BAlXOTi

Vks 207 packs per person The rale la UM South Atlantic park was like the field.Crescent. 0 wi' .. :;o.I .,..''/", '"
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States was liT packs. Camp Standing now under consideration ss a potential DEMOCRATIC PI ;'
Bow much does the avenge Clay County smoker spend ) site for a Jub Corps training center with a i annual _
for cigarettes* Approximately 8)9 per year. It Is estimated.For payroll from $4 to $4 million baa been> designated as. : 'oovi I
CITY or our** refs ce'yrtonwl
the county as a whole, the annual bill Is about .....- a r. c r;el r f.' '. { Jungle warfare training center for National Guardsmen f. "
000 or $M.WO more than the total cost of Oreen Coves t w. from across the nation according' la M IJ. O.n Henry W.McMillan , 'iVIiAY, MAJ.C1ITe ,; j91J ';If1j,'

Industrial park.Is a td Adjutant General of Florida.Oen. .

1'. V McMillan said while Banding will serve as a een YMe 'hi a praMi *bos. M,. I Ie vveisee4. i M ill;: "R'I I
there a farmer In the county 4 Y let for Jungle warfare tlalnla,. Camp WOllsma, Utah, will 's**>". (Xf) is.UK s|uaiM.rtghl d iWaMM, Of 15* f
Rural cooperatives financed' through the new nationwide be used! for Arctic training and Camp Dev rm, W, Vs, for .,it '11"11. ,el&4.uI.,. i..- 'vver"" "+'"' ;;:' ;..,

economic Opportunity program may prose to be the mountain training.
key to higher living standards for some Clay County famines National Guard Special Forces troops from throughout FOIL CITY COMMISSIONER *1QJ
the country win be routed. Into th tr.lnlIIIIl&ee annually ,

Earlan R. Vii Farmers Home Adatlnlstrstion county to conduct their two-week field .xerrlas.Th ,, ikUT o itj v i. < |3 J.

superrtsor.' said: today that proreaalng, marketing pur initial training period si Camp Banding. win be Yftf IoR orf , '
cbaslBg end servicing cooperatives mad op mostly of farm conducted In June by the 20th Special Fortes Group Ap. i i'I

and'other rural families with limited Incomes: hi Clay : proilmaUly 1.209 gusrdamen win participate In the tint ILNK >I1ORt4, i t- n j I
County may be eligible for financial aaalatanc* r : phase of training. The 20th Special Purees Group, com rwr..r -'
Farmers Home Administration a credit agency of the posed of six companies, has Its headquarters In Alabama 4 .' .. e I I
with units In Florida. LouUUns and D 1t6GrvYJt
Mississippi
U. .. Department of Agriculture now has authority to '
finance local cooperative of rural families with limited> --- This Is the first time sine World War U. General Jh. e

Income that furnish such services u: ( photos by John Oronerl Milieu said that Army National Guard troops have trained 1'OR CITY "
and vegrUbifs family on such a scsl st Blsnd.nl. Th only othr Army uullwd Cnb1MISSLONEI
1. Marketing of fruits produced on
farms handicraft and other borne-produced goods. Today, the eat plant. U rstotoy srfrloMUty IN training site In Florida Is located at EgUa AFB when th* rikii P 1ico t'

1 Processing. services Including casalng. freezing grading swraoM when the fadMy g_ "*. stress*" la Ieplesalrt. Ranges conduct field rserciats worn rnlr ns ,

) 'washing and packing. begins I* take aJaa,.. sear brick latin Is alre**> ... Blinding was selected as the lunged training alU for \

3. Purchasing equipment and services, including mach reWlatg In going *n sad hog vat ta which th Trsnilte Special Forces because It Is Ideally sulUd to specialized:
exercise The area abounds In the terrain, vegetation, an/1
inery sad equipment for smprovment of agricultural land will t* ..teed are U ,b<. I trlfbt. hsckgrowad). Jack C.Hcwa :.
animal fife encountered by tore In JunsW warfare
services and other suppli and services essential
bradlag s4s.
district
and home needs. *. pad atanigrri Carl Ba.. nrUa The selection of Camp Winding' Is another Inrtinre ef

for Loans fun are reparableover periods up to 30 years. They nuaagrr. aid other J-M offkials. ei**,et to ...* Mho Ole Important role Florida plays In the national dtfinseIrtjrt. t (k da +

carry an Interest rate of 4's pr cent. their of Ike* .. th* bwJUwg wMhlai th. nest fear awstle.R ( : OenrrsJ McMillan ssid.




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TWO K THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1S6Sflltag

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(Eountg '((Erescettt! otlilifeer) Are You Growing i Up ?:' Around and About I


".HAT IS IOOB\ FOR CLAY II |000 FOR THI CMSCINT" By DUNCAN O. GRONER Dy by HUGH SMITH
GRONERJ DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD,
DUNCAN flOLDTHWAITE _EDITOR, AND PUBLISHER John Henry Blotter I;-runs hUitrotllnes
Is any money or whiskey or anything else of value It comes on 6 o'clock ,In the!
GONER_. .SECRETARY Intelligence
ELIZABETH LEONARD i-. ence or cannot and j hear hissalute
brushing ..
.tn1rht'
morning I finish [ \
PUSLIINID Evm THURSDAY Br CIIIC'* |I'IIai. INC. changing, hands In:Oreep"Cove In an :'effort to influence :cure) or that all,would be well taste but of ''mY'' Imduth tOj the morning; ..:.he {finds

P. O. soB S7. ) (f' I' voters: !tin I the 'Green*,Cove City Commissipnjelection\ 'ori I it we could only J/ sell more I and\ the; tribal routine ot beard ,i/J/nothing butempty! boob..' His

GRAIN TlLtPHONC COVE SPRRM.Gel| 284-J168 TUMID \ March 2t I'I' oil! bore' cars' more gaitget.r removing] Coffees I bubbles on' description ot t the poacher/who/

Steom CIAII FOITMI nut AT t..m Cove .'.1.... rioiiM, the kitchen stove' In a pot 'of' already runs \hese lines ,is a
In my imperishable naivete, I find it hard to believe It'll an'Illusion to think masterpiece In blues and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES glass given to me by my old reds.
.... that the lowliest American would accept political bribe America is omnipotent and wf,
a
ONE YEAR IN ADVACE ............,... .. ..00 buddy, E. C. Rawls. South of Shand's Bridge
all-powerful. We
TWO YEARS IK ADVANCE ...... ......... .LOO and fall to go to the voting booth and vote exactly opposite are finding we cannot mould are now the After pouring my cup and against the edge of the world

what he had been bribed to vote for. world to our Image, and it lighting my first coffin nail for and somewhere between

I J the day I observe our pet Orangedale and Saint Augustine
However the'remote 'would save us from and
on chance this ugly and utterly anger

Vote Zellner and Kenney un-American story has some truth, The Crescent will pay scapegoats frustration and to blame the search for our for squirrel feeder against defending all comers the bird except day,slowly the promise dissolves of the another shroud

$25 in cash to the first three Oreen Cove voters who come a big, red-headed woodpecker of night as shafts"of pink and
reverses, if we could learn the
The Crescent endorses"the election of, Ben Zellner to The Crescent Office and sign an affidavit'that a particular value of patience. Milton Bluejays, sparrows and lavender feel their way Into the

and Warwick Kenney to the Or rtl Cove City' Commission.: person has approached them and either offered or; r; Dr. HowardA some of Ood's messengers pictures *- redbirds feed from the groundas heavens like the sensitive fingers .

Both men have worked hard and (conscientiously to preferably given, money or whiskey or anything else, trying hasting over continents they do not wish any truckwhatsoever of"blind students reading'
whose soldier
r woman son hither squirrel Braille M -
with
while would like to switch the that Americans! I and seas to do His bidding But
attract Industry to Oreen Cove, and we vote of. wu stationed in the Aleutian This hour before dawn with
the Of flees''of City Commissioner others, he says, "also serve who 'or woodpecker.Over
separation Of
to ego: some day Zellner's and Kenney's experience , It seems to me 'we here: in America who have foughtfor Wanda was asked by a neighbor only stand and wait. On the hardened artery, its mingled smells and noises oft
and City Manager
where her.ton WM. world not yeOwake Is like
is far too valuable In the City's developing industrial something like 350 years to achieve and keep our democratic "I am not exactly sure" she It is an illusion to think progress 1 big delsels wham and double an hour in church. .

\,tion at this Juncture to, allow them to be defeatedby form of government, take its prerogatives and responsibilities -. .said "I think It If in the Hlulions. consists to bigness It was clutch their way through This quiet, little town ,running .
two men with no training in public office. too lightly.I ." when Jesus heard his disci 'Orange Avenue and onto Kill- out to a dead-end street
pies talking about biff things way 17. Cow Jockeys;' pulpers,
Furthermore, while we have hoped there would be an I \ well remember the young men In the early For- The Incident war related by' and arguing about which of :hack drivers and the local fuzi against the Saint John's river
need to keep the Inimitable and unforget- is quite, a place to live.. The
discussion of the Issues: the urgent them should be follow them' with vagabondeyes
open ties who were holding down cushy jobs, and because Ameri able'Ha the greatest,
ford
E. Loccock while
town did choose
what Industry we have happy and prosperous; to get new, that be took a little child and and nester's souls. not me,' I
ca's Involvement in World War II threatened their own private he WM professor of Homiletics chose itl I
financing and building soon
solid Industry; the means of put him In the midst of them. On the skeleton of what was
a central sewage collection system; ,the bulkhe dlng and biulness-as-usual some of them were dead set against at Yale j Divinity School. "The most devastating Ulu- (because It Is a the whole business. It not that their He commented further the bridge from the Echle side
beautification of our riverfront; housing WM rights U citizens lion broad today." said Luc- hussy, "Dora", an old mossback
federal blockade); the extension of;our system of paved of a democratic nation were mortally threatened. It was "The Elusions must be a well cock "is the belief that the heron nearly two feet tall, of the river, I cannot help but

streets. : and others: we have heard no program of any that their own private privileges were threatened Andas to garrisoned be POSt. There seem chief end of man Is comfort. hunches himself against the think "Friend, If.you lived
enough people living thereto
here, you would be home now I"
sort fro mthe men opposing the Incumbents. There 'would be indulgent and croaks
the names of their sons and brothers and children and' make a rather complete army an i chill of early dawn

Moreover, under the city managership of Commissioner friends appeared on' the casualty lists they' slowly came I. It Is a comfortable place, smile If the worshippers and discontent with all creation. CHURCH NOTICE'

Zellner and the present City Commission, Oreen Cove has the Illusions, for those who live devotees' of comfort were to Along grassbeds., coots paddle
round. Even it
not then
was
so but
a principle a matterof be told that
some people usedto
enjoyed a condition of far better than average race relation in them; so many cozy nooka nervously here and there when CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
being personal vengeance believe the chief end of man their feeding Is interrupted bya SOCIETY
other communities were
when
, at a time where one can'relax in an
torn I asunder by passion 'and hatred. This in Itself 1s It Is surely a more basic process of democracy that easy chair; never any hard was Him to glorify God and enjoy school'of shiners scattering Cor. JE. Houston St.. *
forever . .
in time will far toward Many people pell-mell as a big bass streaks
Industries and, go
worth ten new bump against reality, leaving
qualified voters act on their convictions than that they who read history indulgentlyare N. Magneto Are,
attracting them.It black and blue spots," through them like the sunshine
fight. For" It a democrat society falls to act in an intelligent convinced the chief superiority express, trying to steel- GREEN COVE: SPRINGS
What
are some of the illu-
Is foolish and fatuous, we believe, to think of any' 'of the 20th century over FLORIDA
and mature manner at the polls, there will be no need alone that afflict people today trap his breakfast the easy

public official' or any public office in terms of perfection.No to fight no world conqueror will have to fight to takeus It Is an illusion to think a the 14th Is that we have things Febraary IS, INS
such man or woman exists In Oreen Cove, or Tallahassee softer: we can be carried to way.Across
over. mind that has been treated like "Peasant Point" slue, Subject! CHRIST JESUS
or Washington We must make the best of what is avail- the skies on a foam-rubber
a waste paper basket and filled
able and those of us who voted for Lyndon Johnson should From a very practical and local viewpoint, I am beguiled with scraps and rubbish is well- cushion.

by now, realize that. at why anyone might so covet a seat on the Oreen Cove furnished; that a college diploma Strangely enough, foam rub-
ber cannot give a worshiping
We believe that Commissioner Zellner and Commissioner City' Commission as to pay' out very much more than $50 is a guarantee of real HelmFuneral
congregation the awe of eternity -
Kenney represent the best of what is available.JYOl1derland to get it What Is it worth education; that stability Is the the insights of the seers
normal order of human affairs,
Power? and the faith of the martyrs.
and that violent upheavals are

I would say precious little power WM Involved, I would the work of bad mea Home

say the Green Cove City Commission is Involved in a lot They who believe this are

of tedious unimportant work which, far too often is forgetting the moat radical CHARLES. HELM{

dragged out to hours beyond the net worth of the project. changes 'were produced by the Little Classified Ada
Alice: "Oh, Dear, I do wish they would send those horrid worlds most spiritual thinkers iitIl Funeral Director

people home Money : Jesus, Paul Luther, Cal- Bring Big Results to

The Mad Hatter: '"Which horrid people do you mean; $50 a month and precious little thanks vin John HUM, Wesley Pope
Users.
Try and Phone 284-9G9C
there are so many, its difficult sometimes to keep tabs. Patronage John, XZm, etc. one

those Black Muslins of course :They shouldbe It II''an illusion to think
Alice: '"Why, Well that depends. And here Is the only rational clue see your results! GREEN COVE STRINGS noRIDAIIVI.
home. Just trouble.maker.." there Is nothing the matter
sent .,tl EAST P. O. BOX 4U
as to why anyone might be moved to hand out hard cash for with the ,
The Mad' Hatter,: "What would you do with them when the Job, world that more sci

' you got them home Spank them"

Alice: "Oh; no, Silly, no need to do that. If we sent them Oreen Cove's Industrial park under the control of
some would-be ,kingmaker, might Just pay off'If the kingmaker -
home they,would\ Just be far, far away"The "
could take credit for ,luring to, Its premises the
Hatter ,
Mad : "And where is that?
XYZ Company, perhaps the kingmaker could dictate who
Alice: "Why, Africa, of course. Where else" got the jobs, who sold the hardware, the lumber the paint I

The Mad Hatter: "Oh, Africa, uh, why, yes, I'd forgotten." the fuel oil, the Insurance l and the other commodities used e)

,Alice: "Well, don't stand there staring at me Can't we send by manufacturers.
is around the
a them home" just
corner
Some of our local kingmakers or would-be kingmakers,
The Mad Hatter: "Pardon me. I wasn't staring I was Just tried once unsuccessfully to take over the base (and other
thinking. I have some other candidates I'd like to send ---g4F;-
I things), One of them Is reputed to have Mid recently that
home. Think of all the murderers and thieves In and out now was the time to "take over city hall."
of jail. We could send them home at the same time. I
sill'.:u:1IP'II": + '" '
would think all the crooks and hoodlums with English If the money (and whiskey and other things Is being
I
names might be sent back to England; all those with passed around I don't believe It is coming out of the pocketsof

Italian names back to Italy; all those with Irish names any candidate for public office I base this assumption

back to Ireland, and so forth. on the theory that not one of them has any of the filthy

Alice: "Oh, stop, You are just confusing me." stuff to spare So If it is being passed around, It must belong .

The Mad Hatter: "Do join the party." to someone who can afford foolishness on the dubious Frgjuj'Housing

Alice: "Party" I didn't know there was going- to. be a business theory It will sooner or later be returned :

party. Again on the theory there is a remote chance some cynical '

The Alice Mad Hatter: "There" is a party, Dear Alice. and un-American joker is trying to bribe some idiot ;: / '
"What
: party or someone he must consider an ,idiot, I am printing several _
The Mad Hatter: "The Party of the Confused. _
That wouldbe hundred extra copies of this week's paper to make .
most of mankind" 'sure the word gets round.Tke25fhwiiaj. ;' .
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GREEK COVE SPRINGS, PLANT I 1 I 6MFnnklislirc These"' loam can be granted any property ou ser wAo i is purchasingor


has opportunities for qualified candidate for ( --- e4 wganld Deyllaht type cow has purchased a home after qualifying through, I'll Standards: / ,.

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Candidates will be scheduled for interviews ,
ffIA Telephone s >.'a

from 12 noon to 8 p.m. evenings Monday thru When D,ST. ends O t.25lh, : 3t iik." ", J , I'
S0%.! us will .the extra Seae w':>t"V\NV 2S4-3999 -, 254.3051&
hear I* ele.p l hue II <*uldbe Yll"*
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Saturday. Interested personsill! furnish-- vd to r d 11,000 ;
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men wards of levorlle ; . -or-
ed resume forms and appointment date by If yen ara ; ..
cal candidate, t* shake ,; Of '<
1,000 mere h. ,. Congress 4 9W3:
mailing this information in loiter form : ) .;

0. Oct. 26t", Iu,1'eeuuM ,1
Ago Experience Schooling ami y.Ieg" Member FDIC'fJ'k.
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,Mrs will M rvtklM
N.ppeMIIelleh def +
College Degree) Khed a wMLIwI
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Address Phone No. % wrong rime, T. kelp
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1M tiMe wrenr
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Ux, makers el Wfnd BANK of GREEN COVE SPRINGS
. laky ion,Amen .
Mail tot; kei's f...,... alarm r
slicks, effert this ORCEN COVE SPBINOS, :riOMDA
JOIINS-MANVILLE? }: ded14e1Nq dvk.-. .' ,.
"Yw SiKMf forward
care of General Delivery> and. "Thick.1bewk TMn. '.T.OU.Mt. IBM ..
tan. aN JIUf'cIedI

Green Cove Springs' Flu.; j ( ;p-, day,one Oct.hear llrh MI, lint-and JA, COtlnl,', Oldest and Largest' SaPAGE rM;

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THCKSPAT, FEBBCART, ,. INS . RiJIP"OI TORE



I r rA Penny Farms ,Institution\ -,sometimes It was in than January dirt (January Socials, -" .") ", "' 1, Clay .County 'Servicemen,. ,* tfOlenn I

tBe 'seventh). Of,19,and 37 he ,
and his (wife,*! >SmraaM arrived Mrs. Ruth Smith. Mrs, War
U work
sixty-five ,
you years friend troubleshooter and 1
at what Is noR'Penne: *, Farms.J. ren Pritchard. of Miami and
to achieve the highest honor above all else an activist.: When
''
C. their' mother, Mrs Clara MoConneU. t
had
Penney only recently
your town can bestow on you h. Is not dispensing gaoline;: .
left for
purchased 123.000 acres ofland Saturday a
then get something under seven philosophising on the topics
i
trip to Atlanta where they will r .
cents a day for your labors of the day (or :yesterday),' be in the county and took up
one of the small ((20-acre) Molt Mrs. McConnelTi_sister( ]
it not only violates the federal Is out building a new tire house
minimum wage requirements' for his town settling disputes farms laid out bY Mr. Penney

e . it's plain frustrating 'I' among his neighbors anti deriding in a community: that was supposed Conway,Opines, former su*
But Clark Graver Palling any comer under six to be another Utopia perlntendent of the Oreen Cove
whose salary as Mayor of Penney feet tall u a "shrimp." i It wound up as something akinto Sprints Yarn Company spent 1

Farms is a princely (3 a I Clark Falling left his native Blobovla. Men grubbed and Tuesday in Oreen Cove. "
a.IIG
month Is neither frustrated nor Canajoharie, New York, "to get planted and cultivated' truck -
is he about to hail the town out of the grease." In the process farms (equipment courtesy, ofPenne.Gwlnn
before I ). Hundreds of Mrs. J.. J. 'Brock spent the
some august tribunal. of becoming a Penney
I bushels' weekend In BunneD where she
of
fresh, succulent
Actually Falling is not so Farms institution he found '
I vegetables were produced. The attended Union'' Meetings before 'I,
much mayor as philosopher, grease can be more profitable
'
I only hitch: no market for returning to Oreen. Coveon
i them. Sunday. ; i '

'tMlr p' Failing 'lost 11.100 the first # I,

year; .11,200 the second year Mr. and Mrs. James White,
J and decided he'd had the good of Pleasant Point, had as their "

earth.' He went back to work asa guests last week!!: Mrs John B. Airman Apprentice Curtis L. R. McHeffey: of Organ Commlssaryman J. > ,Cha- Ar- I
grease monkey for Mr. Penney vet, whose wife 1s the former
Rutledge and Mrs. Asa Whit- Browning Jr., 19-year-old son Cove, a Navy aviation electronics If
and in 1934 he bought the Sharon
Christine Bikes of
,
Held of Drmopolls. Alabama. of Mrs Curtis L. Browning of technician third class,
only gasoline station In the Oran Cove has
: been promoted
Orange Park, has volunteeredto las set a record at the Jacksonville Pvt. Ernest F, Chapman son f
town.A i tq the. rate of, second class at
'
help attempt to solve some Naval Air Reserve of Mrs. Lena M. Chapman, of
I Mr.' and Mrs W. A. Wilson the (
paved road had been Navy Propellant plant,
Just
Ii of the mysteries of outer spaceIn Training Unite Leadership Oren Cove, has completed a
: enjoyed a visit this week,,from Indian Head '
Md.
laid down ln'front of his '
gas controlled .
11
; a experiment at School by obtaining the highest -week communications center
two of Mr. Wilson's nephews
station by a young man named I the Naval School of Aviation point accumulation ever specialist course at the
and their wives, Mr and Mrs
John Hall who was destined to Medicine at the Naval Air Station McHtffey received honorman Navy Lieutenant Paul L. Bird Army Southeastern Signal
be heard of later in other fields A. F, WUlaon. of Cape May. at Pensacola.He award for the new record by son of Mr and Mrs\ Johns C. School Fort Gordon, Oa.;
N. J and Mr. and Mrs:
H. O
than paving. Traffic was pretty I and four other Navy menhave getting 1.42319 out of a possible Bird, of ,Keystone Heights, 1s Chapman learned to operate !
Wilson of
Willlanuport Pa
good and if the customersdidn't volunteered to spend 21 1.800 points The .old' participating In' "Operation teletype acts and other related ;
want some gas they needed 'I days In a rotating room at the record was 1,410 points. Springboard" In the Caribbean' equipment used by the Signal j I
I a flat fixed flats in those Mr and Mrs. Harry, Trewof school. The room, known u I, while serving with Patrol Corps The 11-year-old soldier
days being about as everydayan Rlngold. Oa. spent last week the Cortolls Acceleration Platform Marine Private First Class Squadron II."Operation. entered the Army lutes Sep
'
occurrence) as dinner as1' the guests 'of Mrs. J. J Is a circular device of Robert W, Knowles, son of Mri. Springboard" Is tember, and completed basic
Plainly dark Falling >.ent Brock; producing effects on the body Louise Knowles of Oreen Cove, designed to live ships;, squadrons ,gaining at I Fort Gordon He

Clark Falling, ef Fenaey Farsns, (Ll) ,*... la treat ef believe In any of these newfangled -. '' similar to those which would be visited the 'city: of Cannes, and other forces .of the was graduated from Clay High
his erne (Falling's Garage Mayer ef Penney Fangs Town things such aa the minimum Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Xrby, 01B1acbtona encountered by a space travel; France recently while serving Atlantic Fleet an opportunityto School, In 1964.

Clerk, Tewa FaU... a r and Lecal InsUtaUe) with aaetherIdtiaser wage law or vacations, Va., visited with ler If he was aboard a rotating aboard the Bided missile cruiser train hi the1 favorable Caribbean
L JHT, FaDerim woe .b: belv4 U be the en paid or not The last Urns he Miss 'Bonnie Dean Baker on type space station. In outer U83 Little Rock, a unit of weather UAao-'TO
I,.. last Spanish-American War veteran. Fvllertea. who took one was 10-odd years ago Monday of this week. space a station would have a i the Sixth' Fleet based In the During this training period BILLS FAT

emigrated. tat a severed wagn t* Nebraska as a ,..np&',. '- continuous rotating motion to Mediterranean Atlsntto Fleet units will con Bell things\ ,you no longer
arrived la Peaaey Fares. three) 'Maths tefer1 FsJllag.FaUertAa. I' Mr. and Mrs J. M. :Jenkins, maintain artificial, gravity. duct drills In anti-submarine, use through1 ,Inexpensive
FOB THE BEST .la adniadg4 of Melbourne, former residents anti-air and amphibious war- Classified ads and get quick
Th four
( men are-living- R'1 .
who was t years *U when Felling was ..,... i.
,Is wsmlyieatMTern\ 8bri.," .y has. fried who taw.na ariatlng irJ'CA e* of Ocean Cove, were Ue} week- "'Blow Rotation_ u u_ __ .Room"__un. to- _al._ Gel CIRCLE'' far techniques. cash. Call DCS 4-1111 row.
; CENT PRESS. INC. The artoeIs end guests of Mrs. Oerry Parley low Urn for HAS FEBRUARY MEETING ,
praexpenmentindoctrination
,... i.. IDeM ever the elder BUB.Lift ]
right.: r and family. and testing, At I The Founder's Circle of the taiW.iMfabi', for K'te"' ...-.Jr. fighting
the end of the 21'" test the Omen Cove Springs Garden

men will remain In tile room Club held Its February meeting .

I iwciay County Property, ..... John's 'Radio & TV : for four more days for post experiment on Feb. II, at one o'clock.st I

testing the home of Mrs. J. R. Jollsalnt. .
,
Frqnk :W.; Brown Scientists from the school Mrs A. B. Reid was cohostess. .
RCA -II- ZENITH will be evaluating psychological .i
4
T + ad ANOdaIN and biochemical teats and Following" the serving of a
,
Ir J
I "_ BgfetrVBalSIM .....'.gwklt AMANA NORGE APPLIANCES: study of myttagmus (involuntary dessert course, the meeting

I US. BUtony U /- die rid I -e- eye movements) causedin was called to order by Mrs M.
J 1It.-' Experienced Strike On All Molten \1 AVMIAa':1: \ SERVING CLAT COUNT OVER II TEAR routing room ha all After a brief business meet.'
'Eif" "NOW BUSINESS PROPCBTY < -e-e- the comforts of horn Includinghot Ing Mrs. Carl M. Dumbauld

4H ft freaUge as V. 8. Highway, 17, I 24 \yc.tj\Y j ut'Street' GrVcn: COT Springs and cold running 'water, program chairman, Introduce
t (last Necth ef Ones c... Springs t "' Phone 2843123Attend refrigerator stove, sink, televlilon Mrs. Herman E. Reed who gavea r"II

wall-to-wall carpeting., talk on parliamentary. procedure .
___ - I and! sewage disposal system. and answered questions
Th room began making two asked by her audience.' '
I revolutions per minute. This The were eleven numbers
speed Min gradually be Increased and two guesU present; Mrs

until It Is spinning at L. A. Blnns, guest of Mrs. Argo,
ten revolutions per minute. and Mrs. C. L. CoiblU, of La- '
Past test of this kind have Orange, Tenn., sister of. Mrs \\
begun at' higher speeds' but A. O Duck \
spinning more slowly this time
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to se* If humans can adapt to '
a rotating environment without FACULTY ,FLAY

the motion sickness and dl.. "Hall. The Hankering ll.,."
I'' ,1 \ orientation normally caused by By DenaM FayteaThandaf.

this type of movement February IS /
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The tt will be the longest lilt P. M. I
CHURCH SERVICESAt :
experiment of It* kind ever eon Jaai.r High Auditorium ,
ducted at Penstcola and one of No need to panic or blank out In a das
the When grease skillet breaks out a blue
the longest In world. A L'.f': lc"t.
Md the safety expert
previous run at Pensaeola lasted And kp baking soda within range reach
?
14 days.A NEED MONEY II up a canister with a pound f r two/
gradual' of Orange Park Label It ,die so In a cilal you I '_
.. ..,',.}- Motlmwwa.reantMrN.flnnx Won't douse the tine with sugar or Sour
., : "" High &11oo1. Browning entered email. ", ...1.', paym.e4" For it'. only soda that has the power
,11.w'r: ; C :, '. II th* service last July, Law Isle.Marl I Needed to smother a /tee and hill II ,
'. .. 'v' ,, I .Ce .era./5.e ngebeetHI That originates In the brills. or skillet
j, t": ,.: j;>'r-1. -.


;;;F, :The l Church of Your Choice fee Try Fr sta a a small G4 s4r ssasalag Classified PrlnUaf raN J A4** w. J.use rNN SMITH......et1.N...COg era LITRE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS


.., "', al ...**..... trills CUTk .. -
:r Clay c.*." c.P.y.by.the.month.-.., ,
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This What Do You Know

SUldayI
About the Stock You Are Considering

: Iler.hal"] $ you: are just onto .t.p away from 'lnv.',.(lnff inn par

*: tThis, '. I ticuUr company]]) Hut you liavcu't dought yet. Why I r. thr l", nqiHnlon

r h "'iti'! '{ you would like to ask nbout the stuck you have in mimlf

,. I i Ono of our KcKuUTfil Ib'prvHviitntivi'n, curt: t"'II you the |poet tiarninK"

s' Ius.l r / prrscnt diviiJi-iiil*, flallleD of rivi-ut |>ricf" on moat 'pub-

'l.f r' .f';" licty Iriulwl atiwkr.

r: At the. unmi. turn, Iw can review your fin.ncia| .picturu and

mil invcalmi-nt oojfclivi'N with you. !U" they.. jilivf. He ran jM iMy

k mil Informal in arras you lutvrn'l .,,10.1. 4\r1l11r you ask '

M* opinion, you may get n new point of vivw to ronniiler.,

Call (Court. "Co. \\Vil like (tn help| you.



Spread row Insurance Mil ever
$ the entire. ye.,t Ute our budget E'
w plan. Its the modern way to
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: i have al the fnturetc you need Fwnt
F under The Tr* .t.rt umo/e*. .

ef protecrwn.J _

J.SUTER SMITH I



is sponsored by the INS. AGENCY c27LYr ecrrJ

M **rlft Orange ;

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Green Gave Springs Yarn Company -.J.. "- -
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: root (Etoy:( \! '(County! \! Orescent! THURSDAY, FERRUARL15,1a43

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TWO ARRESTED IN FOAM NEW, CONCEPTIN Pr of J-M FacilityEarly JOHN WILLIAM i LANE I I EI DIP INTO THESE TIPS FOR POOL OWNERS
DRS. INLET BURGLARYTwo BODY MOISTURIZING ogress Services for John William : {

Jacksonville men were Lane. 72-yeai-old retired New BIIWUi w
arrested by Sheriff's deputies York lawyer who died suddenlylast

on Tuesday less than 41 hours Thursday were held on

after they are said to have Saturday at Oreen Cove's

broker Into a Doctors Inlet, Church of the Sacred Heart. Won Lost

home and taken a ,variety of .Mr.,Lane, at one time chief Jokers . . . . . 56 28 '0 4 ; + 6 p

firearms and jewelry. purchasing agent at Camp Kingfishers . . . 53 31

Sheriff Jennings Murrhee Standing, had retired here several I Untouchables . . 61 33

said yesterday that the arrests l years ago. A year ago he Champions . .. . 43 41
were made by Deputies and his wife purchased a homein I Professors . .. .. 40 tt 4Jtt:

Ik A. Binns and E. S. Summer- Oreen Cove I Drivers . . .. . .. 38 V4 4T'/4

11 who worked with Duval Besides his wife, he leavesa Magnolia . . . . 29 6i

ounty Sheriffs deputies son John Lane, Jr.. of Cincinnati 8-Balls ... .. .. .. 27 57
.R. ; a daughter, Mrs. De- The Kingfishers moved into ,
According to the Sheriff, L. I '
,; i else Howard of Princeton, K. second place by winning three
Spradllng 21 year old, and.obert
i i'Ii J., and nine grandchildren. from the Untouchables but the ail ailSenn
T. Anderson, 22, both 0 Early last month steel framework began to rise on the I
?;" Pall bearers were William D. Jokers won four from the
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of Jacksonville, entered the ) 4 horizon where, only weeks before, a few trees stood. Mean Arbuthnot, Bernard Kramerlck Champions and increased their '

Doctors Inlet home of Charles II ....... 1Hi' y;" while, drainage pipe (Transit' asbestos drainage pipes, Frank Canova, Frank Cowert, lead to three games. High set 'I. can be your lucky number if you ban invested In a
W. Quinn on Sunday The "'" what else?) were laid and the'muck became thinner so I of taking t e plunge. Senn
lotions are "loverly" as Lisa Forest Dry and Clarence La went to Dave Kennel's 220, swimmingor are thinking tips
Sheriff said the missing Items Doolittle might say but when the explorer sank only to his ankles oette 854 and a high single of 229 on pool safety and maintenann have bees eomp d bJohnsItanville
including five guns, two radios "My Fair Lady" !is trying producer of Celite Alter, aids, to help you sunk, a bigsplash
'wm Burial was In Rye, N. Y. Helm was rolled by Homer Christian'
and an assortment of jewelry da an allover Job, a lotion without patting\ a damperon 5. Filters must be
Funeral Home was in charge of A 461 set Everett led cleaned
often drip all over the bath mat by Mary family fun. .
three to ten
had been recovered.The every days.Frequent
svi well as the girlfOn arrangements the women scorers 1. Arrange for aa adult to be vacuuming and skimmlnjr-tither
two men are said to of Sholton's bright young: present whenever the children by hand or with automatic skim
have confessed to the burglaryand aerosol principle appliedakin' are In for a swim. In the cat of mer-can lengthen the Interval
are being bound over to r: ::::1 to': neighborhood kids, make an children informal between cleanings. Clogging of
o That is, a lotion BANK NOTES , , , , , by Malcolm rule that no small unless diatomite filUrs-the type used
Circuit Court. when its not a foam. will be allowed accompanied
\ How's that! Well, It adult in a in most pools-can be prevented
by an
Murrhee said further that I 0AMK6 M8 BEM DOmS THEIR ITMOST IDTOUIVi need. by*proper preeoatlng with diatomite -
foams into the hand bathing suit,ready for any
his office is now working on a and then liquefies on DID YOU KNOW... THS COIN SHORTftSC. A MUMMCHU 2. A high fence around the filter aid.
at the County the skin aa applied. Lane SANK cwiraoei ton IACH VSCINTST will protect wandering tots .. Have a life preserver handy
burglary new t. IN COINS-TO A ll/KITOf SMOO PER pool
PERSON. .
ran Inllatecllnntr tube is flne.T.
Health Center in which an unnamed Very handy for back. IT COLLECTS! CVBieIIOOO IN COINS AT -and possibly Y Keep fromnegitgenes water wellchlorinatedto
I. and shoulder reach.ing. ACOSTOM220.IT charges. the gate Keep
sum of money was No drip. Bless doted whenever the pool is not fight the) growth of algae and
stolen. that chemist. He'stoo In use. bacteria.
drip I With this new "satin"akin son 3. Be sure that swimmers stay Pool your own safety and
foam, itchy, scratchy, dry fly out of the> pool for at least an maintenance know-how with the
t AUTO LAFF8 akin goes and you are soft as .611)) fVR hour after meals. technological! advances of the ei.
the proverbial rose petal. How 4. Filters should be run so parts-and your family will And
about that!! The new formulation that pool ,..-'-,. Is completely the warm-weather season going
la designed primarily for tered ._12-24 boors. swimmingly.
ff'ON to a start on construction of the 725-foot '
I sifter ub or shower use and-*
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extra dividend-it leaves you building, the field was leveled. Small hills of sand. fine A ------
wrapped in the fresh and fragrant water only stood on It were pushed to one corner of the a 111111111111111111111111& II It 11111111111111
e'Wouto aura of desert dower "lot" and then to another Skeptical Green Covers watched

and opined mebbe Johns-Msnvllle was just going to plant WELL DRILLING & PUMPS

EARL hills of corn.
LEE NICHOLS

Services for Earl Lee Nichols, CAKNIStft HAS ietA MOWS OAI01IIATAwoRew COULD NAUXVf6S LT. WRIGHT PHONE EV 9-3813
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A BAN*$ WITHOUT SVPPIN9.CAftMletl
4-month-old son of Mr. and Or No Pedigree S INTHOOUCTKM ID 1 1e
I Mrs. Jack Lee Nichols of Oreen Pedigree .... SANK CRSWT % alA LOAM Of L. H. KNOWLES PHONE 771-4258
121130 t
TO PAY FOR ee SHMa W
Cove, were held Sunday in
you eNlttf My TMS west two *LfBMM CAM
J1orN My BREAKS Hickory Orove Baptist Church. e RVM1u1I3'2THeyGAswernTHg :; 71M Rieker ... Jsckaoaville \
y1-oNZN.0101:'. The Rev. A. D.;' Martin, pastor, I PUOMM4 CQMHW. NN
I II'' We'll be glad to check your officiated.The N

horn, but we think its beat Infant, who died last y I

to check your brakes. Re- Friday, was buried In Phoenix, % _c.4CNECA1FaW'THSTtW
member, the life you save, ArIa. t ____ ,. ---
e may be your own.LARUE'S.
Besides his parents, he leaves
his grandparents, Mrf And Mrs. o?uucouftPRWIDSNCy 594iruit?
BEAM JAMEO TEAM-AMP
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J. C.'Lee. of Oreen Cove; anda t THANK o AccrocNT.1wa TEM M THC
p I: SERVICE STATIONPhone grandmother, Mrs. E. L. r CAMCaiUTKM CHECKS THEN WERE
CANCILUD: IX SeiNU IMflAlSD ON A
II SI4-910S Walmsley, of Albuquerque, N. TRJAefalnAafpMOtbLITHE L'CLEANERS

I Junction Hwy II A 17 Mex.Helm
Green Cove Springs"INNNIMI"AINNMNNMN"INNI"NININWANNNIMI Funeral Home was in 4'A

charge of arrangements a x 1Yn ADS BRING BIG RESULTS I III N. Orange Avenoe GREEN COVE !SPRINGS!

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RAY CARVER'S The "toy" Chihuahua makes one of the most portable pets in the I I
world A native of Chihuahua, Mexico, he dates back to 600 A.D., t
I rJ'V and is thus one of the oldest pure-breeds in history. According to J
t rTREE SURGERY experts at the Purina Pet Care Center, the Aztec Indians once
: worshipped this tiny dog as "sacred." An even-tempered: animal,
the Chihuahua is r quick to learn tricks. Needless to say, the
Licensed A Insured cost of a pure-breed ,''show" dog like this I. greater than the toot 11il5lt
I of a crossbreed or mongrel dog But the advantage of buying a '/ R7 (JN' Ty r IIiVOTE
; Topping Cabling :1: Trimming II Tree Removed pedigree breed is this you know for sure that you're getting a "

i Dcmossing :: Bracing & Lightning'Protection dog true to his type

All Work Guaranteed : Free Estimates .
MARIE A. OARRIOUES S
Phone 2(4-38(8 qz
\j _. Services for Mrs. Marie A.
Lan, "" I ''''-eww.W-IeIN"NININwNNNUwNw '
\1 M Ai Qarrlffues, 78 years bid, were ptINTING ,...'
J ,
\ I held Monday at the First Pres- a

i jyterlan" Church, Green Cove, "Bill"M rbn ; ,
with the Rev. R. O. Johansonand WILLIAM F.
I
r the' Rev, C. E. Van der CALL THE CRESCENT

Maaten officiating

LET THE r A resident of Oreen Cova for PINE: 284-3166 .
43 years she was a longtime

member of the First Presbyterian I II I II
and of the Or- HICKSWtr& ,!
Church

t i- II III HEAT GET YOU? ? I der She of leaves the Eastern her husband Star. ,A. [ MISt' for ,** WI I ;


I. Oarrlgues; a sister,' Mrs. The next time ywe take a phys I I ; ':.dlt fTo f
11 I, I Margaret Cox, of Salem, 0.: exasetaation! to sure to ask I ."
CONDITION YOUR and a brother Philip Nauman, your doctor to Include prestos 0" ,
f t
of Pittsburgh. copy. If more people did, we I ,
j I James Fletcher would save 26,000 kves.These e "
Pall bearers were
AIR CONDITIONINGIN I are among the 42,000 'I
? Willis Wright, Hugh Americans that colon-rectal can.err f .J.: j
Smith Ralph Mllberjrer. Julian\ quietly kills every year. .' .." .' ',I o .. .
YOUR HOME IN YOUR ,CAR Ooodrich and Karl Tucker. These are nor deaths thsn I I I gyp ;" 1Ii ,' ...
either much-publicised lung cancer
Honorary pall bearers were: or ann*accidents claim. Ii ', ' The Voters of Green Covet
MILBEiiGER REFRIGERATION SERVICEAir Oeorge Salyards. W. A. Will Chances are, J
T. J. Canova N. F. Catch. doctor >
son year I am asking and vote the Green
jour support on Cove City
' West. Jess Hub- will mentiontpre.tueopy
Conditioning!. Rtfrlgeratton and Heating Service pole, Carter I It'
I' bard and Frank Bryan. Commission for the next three years 1
\ 8 Palmetto Street Drove \\ first as he die.r .
Burial was in Hickory \ .
, Home Phone IIt-"'. Business Phone SS4-95S1 cemetery. Helm Funeral Home q-Ta:tf p I naal cusses! physical.your sn I I am keenly aware of many of our municipal problem: new- iJ

r was in charge of arrangements. o .Thislong. ,word ; N ago, streets, the ever-precent electrical rates the problem of at- ..
"' -- ;-- | ssm simply stands '
-- 1 for a way to throw light on this I I trading first rate industries, the promison to our colored} friend. r

nUl dlnason t Silting atop Ills Backhoe cancer.The proctoscope Is s'thin tube The health problem confronting from
us the
City dump the
with an attached electric light .. ,
With it, your doctor can look at : ; condition of the BtreeU around the colored whool ; all thene! nhonld'

'r-'rTAaI' Jour the accordlan-like large intestine.pleats Inside ; I not have to be ill \ '*. The fact remain, they arc .
Here often dwell amaH buirpa ;
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and tumors that can grow irto \:1\: ... I would like an opportunity to prove my interest in doing
deadly malignancies. The ama::!I. '
nat and noneancerous: ones are Ii noniethiiiR a* a City Commissioner, about thane and other problem
probably pol,1'1. He c.-.n pain
lerrly remove these on the spec : ::1 : lot'
No one knows what causes re- to the lolls nest Tuesday and vote for a man who will

I t '-colon turn cancer cancerous, but In polyps tm.e.Pfore .enol.on I: represent all the jiooplej Z who will act on their ,,UI. It i Ic the people'

you go to your doctor's the City xprmK The alionld
office for proctoscepy he will i II money people direct its H-ndinjr.| .

"ro"tlt lv ask you to eliminati
your bovkets. Some doctors still! Ii Support and vote for William I''. (Hill) Hid( to lv jour

t4-omm days nd enemas.These ,thou'h." ,many pky.ulotans II Group 2 eommi lIioll..r, Let me prove to you that the 1 iople will borepresented

I racommend Vacu::, a I, on the City Commission.
i ! which is less messy than an er.
i JOB OR BY TilE HOURAll wa.It works: by slowly: re'ctt.r-: ; I
BY THE
d:onX:
a little harmless I urban :
Types of Backhoe and Fr-nt-End Leader Werk -ae. The gent pr.-:':-s -n :'avtsU I VOTE
and Grading n> tits iceawt the ur.a I:
Dirt Haallag ;
Removal Fill
i Pitch Digging, Tre and Stomp ovucuAte,which is erformcd u.t-
:
deg full control. I William F. "Bill" Hicks
Some people think a rroct*
SEPTIC TANK SERVICE jioplc uam.fatioa1011101 W eabarrasiing. ><
AMASON'S When thouaft-: ; oill f II i Pd. AdvI'AGI .
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.*e-*Ttn your rm-fn a::
Green Cove; IIt-S' er 114-3)71 lake, this is false moder'j, In - -
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:BUYER'S GUIDE AND TUB roa CiaCtllT CLAY COIKT COUNT II! TY THM JVIMlklIN COl'RT OF- THB AND CO; FOR I'N. AREA'a'UsiN 'DIRECTOR! I

.'L"aa..,,. IN CUANVS.MfTHNWILLIAM80UROI1 CLAY; ('Orb'tT, FLORIDA.IM .
..,. PMOMATMFILB ftll' I'IIII'IIII' I"'I"'II't 4 +}..+sMhM++++i'.+1+. >++i
AV. NO.' lOa I '.

ANUS BAII a corporation, IN RE
Wain lift. K8TAB Or MBNRI VAN PRINTED SUPPLIES Kt'KNITl'HK. \ .r OFFICE EQUlrr I
deceased,
AIR CONDmONLNQ BEVERAGES REAL ESTATE RAYMOND JOSEPH: WYNNE NMlllbr FILtNO PKTlTlOt AIR BASE FURNITURE CO.
.I ux, ., FOR K1MAC UCHAKUB: VKXttCUTKlX. the
W
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NOTICD or SLITpdrpl. t you Hue 'rumlfur AJILOFFIL'E, i
MILBERGER Nolle I barkby !..a that I .beet job
possible
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VHS STATB OF FLORIDA-Tot Carpeting AppltaMtvtUbinplvt
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have filed my Mutton for dl.. CO
PAUL'SAU TWIN REALTY HAYMONU JOSEPH WUNNH : trlbutton and for final i,l..char. on your prlntinc. Nunml'ural4lnp i ,
110. Had .,1'*.., Apartment '.D
of Eatato oH
REFRIGERATION Jackooa H.I."'.. )j.. York aa.iwl oxeeutrli Van' {.tho docoaaed an.t Our Mrvlc will AIKU. R4inrvrlt Illvd. lJOyo E II Jwner I

Hilda T. Net You are ".reb, notUltd that that on Lags.',Il.I I will apSl pletM you, and Jacksonville &y 7.4111
a mil baa ..... Mod ...1... Honorable Tmaa .J. ,
Legal Beverages Jtealtor'tfDNTAL you In the above ontiUod oaua*. I Ivor" la*.the Count Judge of Cut our price will be TRAILERS Bp'C1"Ottleo
SERVICE and that you are ...r.b, r*. County. Florida, for an .rdef reasonable S. UId
Quired to fllo year anwr with .. dlitrlbuilon and for final dlacharao .
BALES the Clork of thl Ccurt. and toserve will \ Pacemakers
and
M e necutril of the pomettd
Air e..."....... Meld....... Open I A. M. to 1 A. M. a copy thereof upon the .' Honr, T.-.MMt' d.e...d. CALL CS l FOR! ALL Norris tot Travel Office 1&
... ....... ....... ft ACREAGE ft LOTS Plaintiff .ttor..,'*, w b 0. "d'JI FRINTEIX MATTER ,
narna and .oId,... to: :. Used Traileri'Baiik
Financing
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Complete L eeUql
t 8. Palmetto
8tr ei Dual Hit T ANT. FHBEUAN.H1CHAKD8ON '?I'r.I'.. /. ...
Horn Phone County Line Residential Cemaerala WATSON ClAY COUNTY CRESCENT Ion Roosevelt Blvd
M4.I7Mt84l5ll Tit Darnell Bank Building 14 I'S.. Coq'NT OF TH. roi'N.
North
., Orange ran'BO.TI w.trtaI BUTTS MOBILE HOMES Inc.
COUNTY.
BalMII PIle.. Jackaonvlile 'I. Florida TV Jl'MUN. CLAY I
Serving Greater Clay County not later than ,March II, ...0.. FLONIUA. IN! rStOMA1'M.In Phone tl4-JU FV R.I97I 2&.h 10"111.
IMI. rat EaialR otNEt.L1111 y
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APPLIANCES Hatary rvktta If yon fall' to do ao, Docroo! 51. QUI\IC(
Pre Contoaao will bo entered w Deaa..d. .1 >Eating .In stylu with
...111.' yen for ,,,. rollot demanded To kit firedUor* and peraon I.EUAL NOTICkl '
TV, -. APPLIANCESERVICE PHONE In, the Complaint. having, cMma, rr demand I ELEGANT APPETIZERS AND DESSERTS I
Ofdr U4H11Oraaf T". nature of .." *u1t bring acalnit said oattUl
INLET MARINA for the foreclosure of Mortoncumborln .>.. You and each. of you u5 hero tlOOAL NOTION
.... 11&-11II the proncrty and by notified and required to pr*. Febranry ... 1MBNolle
W. Repair All Brands i iHEItC1.'RY "..ml... located In Clay County .."t an, oawhich '", and 4....."". I I. htraby given that In.
SeVwtelnr Clay aunty Aft 8. at Bay M. Florida doorrlbod aa follow: toll ar tth.r of you' may Clay County Board oAd ".'*
OUTBOARDS i Let Eleven 1111, BI.ek Pour.Sn. have against tha o.tat* ot NlllH. nivnl will bold a Pubis Hearing
Far Sixteen Yean iI I Green Cove Sprint (14). MEADOW BHOOK. RodrKtk, d.v.....d. ..,. of saidrnsnty !< ''on Thuraday, March 4, IsiS, al
MERCRCISER SERVICE I'nlt I. according to plat thtroof to IS. County Ju Orange Park Ph. IUUIIFULLERTON'S ,_.4.d PUt Beon4 his "r.
I UPHOLSTERY In Clay Ccantr Florida at I'hamuera of '''. r w na
pa*** 14. of Iho current public: fin 'In tk. and basso of said Clay County Courthouse, UroenCov p
BOATS TRAILERS record of Clay County, Florl- County at Gnokirov DnrlngFlorid Hprinu". klurida. tor tn. ,l.
d.. within, ,isle l oalenria
*, ot hearing an App" al
OUTBOARD REPAIR .AND "AUK ho following d*. month' from th* time of the : fur purpose a variance to permit a Uulia-:
SHOP I
M N. Orange AT, A Z UPHOLSTERY ...rlll.. turn of equipment now flnt publkatlen. tI' this, notlo. Ins Permit lo be laatiad rn the
located I I. or upon too abovodearrlbed Two eople of earl claim or do following drorrlbod
Green Cora bprs.214.4144ACCOUNTING (I*?. 11 Grant Park premtaeatI mend, ahall be la ,wI'It' Paris No. I. properly)
111 MainoUi Ayena :lack Aora fan II" kltrbenpreeto She rf rshd.nce,
Phone hall Male place 1'h. Kail H of the BouthwM.lorly .
264-IU3 Water Hater Model ...",.. of the i
Green Car Springs and pool office half of Lot Five (I)
CC SIKUwaH [Habitant and shall b* awrvm toby of Jam** M. Kdvarda l/n of
FBOM SI4-17I4 W.rn.r ree.ed wall Ih* claimants his I agent, oa1lorny the DWU of the HW4 of ert..
INSURANCE heater Model DR,.-. and ..._panl. REED ACCOUNTINGAND FURNITURE M Dalton 011 Drum fllln foe of o.'""dolla. *nd ouch. rtcurded In l>etd Bonk. K.
CANVAS WORK Termador wall hrator U hath claim or demand" sot 10 fll04 Par lot. pul.llo rocrrrii of
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Ml Rll.lll't OOOW hall be void Clay County Florida! and aUothe
AND FRANK mono BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS WITNKH8" my hand and matif /./ ftamuM. C. 11:. nay ton Part It 4o.t of the tliiulhI
ant. Court at tlreen P.10"" A. aterutcr. of the I thai
SERVICE SLIPCOVERS MADE ,nrlnee. riny C"''nl,, Flor .*... Will and Tilamant o! 171 h.t of par the NEIL *f ,".
LUla thi* Its day of A.IXKM. Ntlll. K. Modrh'k. 0*
Kenney Owner Special Agent New Furniture" February. *KU of the MHH4 nf bar U.

7 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove ........* with .......1 ..nt..1 with ,the Old Comfort" flEA. I.' I ....-., publlcat'on paad. F. .hrniry. 1'. TVP.Kait of I M.Dial. La.hood.. It No K., 11 lying.
nwonnn u rARUsr.H IMI. 1.15.. l.. /. Ior P.rr.1 No. ..
Tel U4.C7SIPersonalized ..,kta IncoriBr Overate C A. HUMMELCLASSIFIED Clerk of (Oir o't O""rtOav The W.., U rf ,h. Southwal.rly .
Services County. FliMMaBr 1II0T.C' NIMBI or half of Lot Five III ofJam.
InAccounting LIFE FIRE AUTO Vtvlan I. ..okmT P555055 APKAMI TO BBawNRNa .. M. Kdwarda ./!> of Ih.
>anu.y Clerk ; orABANUONKU
HOMEOWNERS '.11, II. II ... awls of the t..n'.I6.i'IC Mmi. 14TWP.
& Taj PROPERTY: 4)) a., as re.
MORTGAGE LOANS ADS Pur.uaat u ........ U if Chapl corded In I>oil llonh K .fate
Returns 11! TH. IHtlrT tub M TIT. Florida lltatul, antill* 14 puhlto I rerurrti or Clay /
Far nOSPITALIZATION'Pkonct Call rOM VIA? lUtNTI.VMmlUa "Florida. Ulepoiltlon of Unclaimed County Florida; and alio th. 1
FOR RENT Mate reom.VTeeAly IV IMANCKMIMe. Properly Act.. notice I Ikeroby b South H of that part rf Ihr
Business Firms & Green Ce.. 4.U43 or ..atb rates, re*, 40ITUB .lv.s.tlat'lb. poraon North iff feet of 4 h* NBVi: of 4
Individuals JiekMaville WILLiAMauUKUH AV.IN Hated below gppear .. be the Ih* Rlri ..f Ih. KKU of Nor.
Ul-lttl ........ River-lew Maid t an UA.*i. a oorporatwa.Plaintiff.. owner. of unulaJmod. ...,..".1 U. TWP, I 4. lunao II K., ,
mile or Intangible iirtuerty' prumedabandunvd. Islet Kml D' mat Stead No
aarth af Green
A.Uj nes CM4 PtMSllsra Cave : .' 41. KXCRPT she acu' II f..t
MILK DFLIVERT Sprint at Black Creep I-4U MIL.iuN 0. HOUTON. ot ui. 1I.UIi1: PKHRMB WAYNB San and .....p, from 1-1'1I.1 NoI.
lr.ren.anlaRotten : IMorm.Tuft.: : FHEKIl: DrX, nnd Parrel "No' I.
CAREY'SFLORIDA OF MIT eonrtrnlnv t h e The Mnutherty 41. feel of lot .
FOR RENT ...... mnfar.nkbedl
) ....,...
THE IT ATM VF t'IAJIUU"-Tol amount or drecrlptlon of thProprty Five III rf Jamoi M. 11:4.: .
w. D. Morris sent blink hew MILTON 0. >K>H1UN and and and address 1"1 of the ItW<4 of the IIW'
TRADERS B.LAINB J. HOlt TON. his wlf of (be bISIr.mr b* obtained of Hen, I/ TWP I ... It.... IIR lltwt *l.l.| a) Ml' M aHMttlknl. flit Mt. hll IMiaVl arf If tM '1 o11IM

Green Cove Sfrlan hinds Two beJreoina. Urte screened rootdonco. and addr.** unknown. by any .............. pi ..*.*. .t aiwnrrilnv to 5 nlal rernrdd I Ikllll laM. Mal. Wail a "...** IOset7e Mil *tlMtlr- fl.M.

IS E. Fahaw St. TL ....IIM Distributes parch arraaa front Attached Yen are hereby. aotm.d. that lag anntN..l In tbo prnpen In Head llnnk. K. Pa.. 114nubile Ceased seep itmtf holly nW to tiM &lasses w rid IttkltaM.. fills' ,
by esAdr.aing .n lngu1rr to ltar r*<"Witi of flay Count'
a suit ha boon fllod acaniilhoroby
Antique g. Osage ATOVMTiL garage. Heap farce river. .0. In '''. ab.v..nllld c.....; K Argon, .,.,. Comptrollor a. rln"'d"l! Tha Nnrlhtrlv boundarv Mi Its Itttmit cittry. Mat fri tftM if MskmB N... aili, *UI|
Three nllrt north ., Greea cad that you are ro- Admlnletratni. Aband>M>ed Prop of aid 11,1: tool holnrm I" i iHtp if mr iriim ar furls petals' < Hif tuekiil ,M ....... s i
SM.M44 All Milk with I arty l>tlatofi, Ci.It.1, Tallahaaaee. aaurd at rl.i kl anileatha 1.1 I
uu.r.d le tree anew.? little to tile
II triilH
liinir lankM
Jersey (
ipM'lw iwii u prlpMa
Orange Park Cove Sprint eff. Illihwav 17. is. l'I.rb of J,1'c; and Id ', Florida. He *ur. to m."" Inaccount rutherly bnundr of Ihrfnr |
art a ...... thereof upon numbor, name and a'dreaa ... ft FIve' (It. AUcIk uml SiM. B Its.aktitf eipf if M< ikrImp ...IIIIIU... rmb I
Blending Rend Tel' SM- m Far Melts oaly. For Ufanaillaaphaaa Plaintiff. attorney.. w h e 10.1 \.u: la this nc. Mouth ...,. ,*., of .".-.' (nit ir mini balls ticalgal Iran.irtrut tiikii npr NN fit 1.
U4.S241. 1.1.. name and .oId..... loi tic. proof n| owenrahipI. portion of the NB" nf <
Jacksonville BUT ANT, VHKKMAN.HICHAHlueuN ' la prnal.d I* the h:Mr b/ hwi af tha :BH nf ..,. IT l fcaltliif Ml the flail iltMt 'IC" i. > A:."..usv /,"....',....'..
Blending A c._ ... NOME DELIVERY WATttON May I. lilt, .th* will TWP I H., .. II F C1.Cwnle -
FOR BALE S II.P. Simplicity III iwrntl ,Hee.k Uuildla. bo d.llvrd 4a '''M.mlnl.'...*. Florida lrn| .,rail o,
TeL nl."" Garden rTractor with I ...... Ja Wl .TRADE nf AMTTHDtaOF .<> lator 4kaa Wank II. AIX.I rlalm muni be tflrouieil. lo IhAdmlnlolrator. ...rI'''* in IMrrevI and ""'. ..
CALL .....14. kr SI4-I1K Die an.] Weed CatCer. 114UTS. HI. rf* ahall taro an rpn 'iu"1"
-.TALCS : : 4-JI. 3.4. II you fall !. do oo, l>ecr*. Ray.11I.'Often In a. K.ard1 HI aald I lime and A
Pro ('0."_ will ... .nlreaaalait Ad .tMllnlefrlnr. Mace, &SBIWP ; ports
yen for Iho r/llof .doanded t-ll. II ClAaln.nm.esRoarA of a
IN ---
Ik* Complaint.
The nature of said lull ..1... IN TUB cinctnt COURT OFTHH Bvi "nlhef Martin, . ,
fur She fore..li ..'. of Mnrt.a.. POUR JL'DICUl. V-Chalrmii ,. ,.. .
.""II"'b." .' ,". property and cutcriT. IN" Alto ri>n CLAT I'll. lIN 1 \ n? I
prmlee loraled In, ('I.,. founy J4.RIVr.It"1II A.1 i : 4\ '._ t
r'or.' .... d.rrl ... no ,......., t.'INUrlrlt LIT -- d'' ,
CLASSIFIED ADS 'j Lot Tventy'Ono (III BlwTblrtfon MANIC rsP JACK Tin ('. ( or 1 1ir+ zNa. I

I (II). MIJAIsOW.. INrNYI1Lq: A r'''rWa' bankingtnrp.nllenl ..- .. . ,.
BN(0IK. I'nit r':0:4':41:: 1op1.1 i ', CLAY C..tJCNT1N. :.li' P. nY u- ,..;.. '
I riainsH4
M.raf PlalHoek :::' CNaNC 1111. ,
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1. 1.t ''' eve.
rent pubHo record of_ (lay A"'Hii."' IofIl.Li( i: rmrly mAMK II, DANIKLI. Jr..
FOR RENTi Three room r4tac POL' ND County. Florid ANNIE"' I&. CAHNL-a: ,', l'la lnt < <: :t.
LIICUL u lti'a ..AMI ALAS) Ib. followlm' d.< |>*,......... . UWNNIIIOLTN ;" yIn
an river. ,.,........ FeiImfamaatUn ...,... II.... af Mulpminl pew NOTuii .r ICITTILE H. DANIBLa.DWtndanl .
tall Green On On IS Pact cyprea bent fend! I.....,... la or apnn tbo obey. TAm OF rLUKlUA-TOAaal : (he early dayi el aviation when

m..17. 1.21(2c adrift .near .HI.... .'iN rotary I. TUB dllMiH:4-oinr II or ANY TNH FOBir deecrlbed. "' ....1.... a Miller' t. .. Naval ROTICM or 1 IT u 1- outploniS N.m.d I* b* lightly ton

aegis age by Rey WeodaOwaer "' c-oi "Tr, FU>niu4in IIel IVIM IlK built ILlComb In canto a4ava UflHie Vlalloa, ,Niw Hal'II tart, laps. N.r Y*,.,.:'/':i iIUU TUB ITATB or FLURIPA' -TOt s' tiru
_., .Identify bent b pnontTN I*' Aero fan In bltrbanWavnor AHC HkHKUY NOTIFIk.1Ikal UwMolr K. ......1.1., Ifll k..' fidd.|l l Alrparl bwlldlngi were et
FOR SALE Three ........ | .. R. ac., .a. OP Wall lltr !.. ll. a cull aa. bein filed agalnilyou ...... .U Apt. K: Cl", "... ) ceuple ef rickety hems *f ihedJi.Whan .
: * afCHJ
daorription. pay ...,.,*. ten fill I la Ik. above nlllld oaue Ullio/ ;
..... Pine Paneling Lam : ' bU aad v
.. Ihm advertla
rani On black ...'Ia..* leeeaeodkoricn S.... HR'U.N lo file four aaiwir with Ib. FIKU: Ikal a lull kaa ...." HI.4 ff :
meat t-ll. 1-/. U, lid TO cBMMTonaT II Hallo. OU drum Cork ., Ikl. (..,., and lo acre aalal ,.. In rka above ell.|
fratn frwnt disc*f HUh Ie..... all c,.".,* sad. ..1'...* ...1.. wall' ,..,.. H ball a rap lkr.of spun Ih* plaiiHUf sled ..... a4 you) ar. hareyreiiulred
....,.* claim or ..._... too. WWITNEOI rr plalntirfa altarny, wkoe lo **rv. upon plain.If .
IM
feet .. Baavc.tr Av*- ala1Mt said ..ta': ray Hand and ...1 name and addr.** hl! TkvmaiI re attorney who*. name and
see by 14* feat aa West Street r.e aid each ., ,.. .1'. 11.1'.. af oaH Court at lire... Cove I. Mlyera. P. u, aVui III, Dree* ..eI,**. opoear ...,..*. year
FOR RENT-Convententlr w. ..- ... <* C-....,. Ftor'd" ,, ... .
by tried la preel any final lay Cove prl* *. Flerlda hills, sot writs..f.n. If asp, I* Ih*
\\'Ul1IfttIIet far ..... Ehre4Jehrnma. algid varev apt .......... .r .._..* which ,_. or C'.I".I. Ikie 4lk 4ey of February, A l>. later. has Marra II, 111.If bill tf .omlalnl ,la aid euH. 1 ""NAPE/
Re. MS ...&11 Maela .. ., ,... ma* bv ...1. Nat. you fall 4* do oa, 4>ere pro moor ., .11..U-k I* delivered I.
CaB SS4.M1I after lMpm .let* of Crneel O. Krae, dereaeed. > fllCAI.t oafeeeo will b* Mred a ala I .t ra. kervarllk, on *r ,.,.,* '
. (eppaalU Tarn MM). lale of Allbeny" Coey nntnoie un "AIIf.III' you for Ike rllt dmaadod I* Marrh 1. A.I l .....
Pbra | Peaaaylvaal.. 4. Ik. Couaiy ..rk of C/rnn Cr. -..... .be eomvlalat. .,.,.,* fall not ar decree pro flying' 1 b* U4.C441 Il-Mtfi ....*. af flay Caualy. Florida.al flee ....,. Pln"AaMr The nature af Ik* lull be,., ,"rt'_. will k. ........ acamilr .
DOn TAKE LEES WHEN kia arrive la Ike Court Hrawof V.,1.0 HI. .. anim In ,... ,.,........ .t mort..... r for ,... relief prep.m Ik* Mimessissy 4Nle' "balls Kwge aliaorl .tofml.mlnoli. .
aald County al HOUSE: FOR BALEt VTaUf.frwat Toe CAN GET THE: BEST! print*. Flerlda. wltkla I t rat. .II. II II I.' evrlbed properly la,Clay, C'vunir, MVrllHP, or NAIII SLIT were fwKtlo**!, I bv( drab If e.*n waly al*<*..
For al u ebkn. lean andfnrmilnre rids month from Ike lime ofIke Florida. riNii' VisIt VOUCH.
by *.fie,. Lhtaff ream, flrii publication of Ikl* a*. IH TUB CIRCUIT COfRTrot'HTii U.I* Doe /IJ'.M Tw.111 WITNKM: my head and ,lie
dialog. rwHn, kitchen later* .ta.uLn' 10 Kark claim .. .demand akall Jt'l>iriAI. rutrfiTIN Hlerk. resh.5, .f LAKK soil cf said Court at llre.a Cef
TRIM SHOP bo I. .rllI... led eboll .tal* CLAP cn'IIIYA..1": !: .. plat liwlnv. Flarld, Ikla. lsd dr
"fiR COUNT T
aael refrigerator ..........). I Ib. plor* ., '..1'._ and peel AND FLORIDA lkrf ro>.rd4. fa Flat. .....11 0, Iehraorv. A I/ 1111iKOItfIN
bile. Idkw11and West StOne office addreeo ., Ik. ..'e'_." IN' CHAWrFRTN I. pace II. d'''. Fnblie. "... / I.. ("A".I.II.IIICAL. h
*... If. ..,.... alilityreaaa ... .... ... Hay '
be .
Cove ra lo by Ib* "' ., Itlt 5,4..f Coxa I'r. Florid ) rah rir' Mil ( ."
Stlri.nWe
cnrpaei. ....... parekAmajnb ./.. . kl* ag.al or attorney ","I.r I.IFK: INSURANCE: WITNIUHt my bad cad Ik* Ry Vivian II. /In hnl
!have the eiptriaara t] '". and Sit eitrb rlalm or dma4 sari, of Ml4Peur. al llreen <**y. >epuiy. n.ri
VA ....L .........*. ..c ao filed ...... .. void COMI'A'XT.' ... ..... .iri.... ra.'..... thus I4lk day ERR/.IT J '''''n nil
Itt Myrtle Ana... Green Cave. We have th* e.nlpment. . . Myron C. Prevail a rlalMlff.1ACKF-. r ra .f F>brary |>4Inrnn'iii Alt....., lor Plaintiff'

Far aB. row abaWevy ...... Molar 51 taw *. u rAnuiLB, .., lw Parb.n>e IHIdlnflacieenyllle .
FeetafeemaUen eafl W-J1U. It.,.|**. H'1e5t.I.r1A.. UIKMF.II and lerk rireali Our "." ...
l-ll Free 1a aa..... Pkk-l> aadDeBvery. |.|l. .... II. II MARIE M IKMRH hio wifeWIUJAW Mr Vlvlia M. *>enm '.f. It, II II IC

__ Phone U4.SMS. i .,,...ItR end. f>ep.ly a.,. '
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CI.ARA M DIRMI9K. k'* *"lfe, Court ooli Moo*'* slypurM *>. < .y..ppaling
RESTAURANT FOR LEASE: Com U new for th. howl .In ..rLA/N INN, C'O'tIN/1It.T'. r.r.osIDA1i i .y ,..,......... ......./. II. II 4TTCNTION: rABtNTdf fta ; Tress World' f gM Cenfer New Yii. fo.ur.. brteden

rnaraateed ......*." ""'- i raairrlly. louts or HIT' filled) whH ftMeM. yweeoMie; cvrvei bnorti 'kvge vaulted "wb

River Ylew RnUaraat wI&II. I-t 11. IS. t- ... .-..(: Tug ITATK: OF rUOKIDA-TOi .OTI<'. OF "TK'TIOJ TOKttioTiai ,.u haw a (.s between U.. ..*....... V...*llU bu. .....rdV, aiefal loifc *mi aloi>*r .*nlrw .1 TOMMIK: LEN: HaHRlB.Ptalatlff JACK r. sigME'". HoeldoaoeLnknoWB. nrTITioia .*.11I)
wlthent aaatci S mile north Not Ire ,. Sicily gly.n Mal the fW .! II kae II wk .Id la- ohed (.f r* M (".* rigid' deil.ne *f rnwnd ch *
CSC at Black Creek an I'J. ... Tea are k.*oby ..tirid that .....,....... *..4.r Ike previelvo. Soorm* end. footed deilfflert leymeod &*..,1WIII1CIIIa moats.(lee. .
17. FOR RENT Sb..pln( rasau.Alt rRIIO: "",u'c-. a all has 5... f,led o,ame( .. ....,.., 111 Laos of Pl Telephwa GCS If4-UN. Iuf.sda.la.TH'M reu and Marie M. M._,. William Arte Ie.>. will relierwHk
or monthly rat/.. River or Ills J. S.M.C sad. Clara ... Ik* .1J:: Wllke Cirolle Daytoa W...... "| SM-tSII. ..

View htotM. | miaM north of THK aTATK: or rU MII>A-TO.fred .(.mar at.. above enlitledreejuired (' .rt tm and far. Clay County.
SINGER SLANT NEEDLE rUrrki.Ke ,...., sad Thal p.s era ....., Vale ef FV rid. shoe '....,..
GCS en CJ 17. Ph... GCS -.dat. lnknafH I* Ole year saws of Proof of 'oblleaie>a of Ibla
SEWING MACHINE "-ek ] AHB HKKKair NOTIFIEIkal > with Ike ,. .. .( tkl. Ovurt aetlve Ike Flrllilooe ... of .
.*... Tig ,........ 114.2341. a COM tarn beea f.led attalaetjeu aad I* ...... a oopy ...,.., ope 'tar Meets O.*..,. dal I.. Mi.erola ,
ZaP la the ..... entitled rain Ike .,....." or plaintifr alter.ey. h. ,". Dree. "h. .,.....,
.rw* on ....... .... Ortflaal ... yea are hereby repaired ,. wkeee name sad *....*. Ie: Fla."
FOR RENT Large b.d>emlirven errvo avea plalaiiff atieraeykee Iteeer*. Tuw.r.. Ha 1.'. Js.* Shined 11. r W*.k*
'rice tIM. Far bataace I7U *ee*. are e-eereee appear .ad Uy II** Florida Till a. 5, pick _p payment .( MteT ........ .......* Mh II....... your "u.. defraeee.If "..,01. I.. ...*...na. l"I.rt." ... aa l
ear I. tka bill ., eoeapmwt later Ikaa Merrfc I, A" IMI
and
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..... tmaU K at resin, .
' -.& Phone COLLCCTJarkaaavtrhr. ,. art ..... e.py W wbiek I. If you fail le 4* eo. derreepro karrup!
north with private ealraae. delivered .. yeS berawlik. oa *r _e/...e will b. ........ ,.*.... .. ...,... ilxo fkalko
U2-1MI inrtlia. "'*,.... MarS I* .. ... IMI.llerela ..*..... yes for the ,.1... .d*. appliraole Hi4 k lw kayoPPII4MI
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Ak for Credit Maaater. Will Wilkla rMy limit .. Oakridf. fail ant er derre. pro m...... In Ibo ....melualTb. to ike Federal Memo McCormick Concrete Co
H e aeekeralM irra..*>nUa eeafee* will be eM4. aaalaelyeej aanr. ., are 5,55 Slag .<*** bash Board rr ...'..1......
*U"l'.1IC. oWI lllL lie ... ,.,.., prayed la ,.. foe F..re..,*..... ., MnnII I ra-oie a P>4er*| sauna ,
1.11. J." a 11 a 'I.. For Uformalienphone bill. .. eemplelal. dated Jlr 17 111 rrr4ed asA a4 boa aroelal'.a le Ke 1..
I....".. .-11, THK MAT1'MK OF AID SLIT .... I ISIS I* .........* .. .. la Ora.* frh. Flerld
BEIN4I Pull KIVOMTE.WIT.I M..ek CTC ...... Ill-Ill. pre.. "A k>armg. win k* 5.14 ea
KM ., ..... aid Ike recejrd ef Cler Ceeelr. Ftertda.ad . ... eeHfeiita .. l.e .'.,_u mbe \.oc-lllt..1 with II. H. McCormick t Son, Inc.
FREIGHT SALVAGE owl ., are Covet e< .,reeei f._. P'reteeore e4 Mr<*ai.deled . fea<:*.e*) M'M.|r' Ike IIMor
1 TACCTM CLEANERS DO TOf ee y*.r tub or or* ..rI..*. .._..... ,... ISIS day ANN If. IMI recorded ea of . 141. M Pen II*
.i Fe*>rBry A l>. IMIm .....'1 t.. IMI la *Nn.l.l1.-. II" HeeCarrier* Nu.teeIN/
Bead sew. scratched U ahlpHa . caaataUon lard mosey? RalaeSiaSM < >ROK!: I. CAKMirLr:, ...... y..I._ II pee.. |".|w. a4taa '*.*.* M. W,. Wob.agtea .
.. .*. ., tar Comely, ft, c Wrltlea _tl.. ofolealien
".' ) or even lie** ....... Clerk of Clreull < eerl n.All. r .
*JI allMhaarwta.wanale ft't n.,.. H. .eke*. Flertda. sad -k ., whichm M apoeer Hi p..r*.a 4, i I.
Met-I *. Sacrifice ...... far a etaf W"d*.aUn! ta.uly Clerk Mae .-..,., Ike. fel.ated ap bv .It.,..y ,. p>..<... Ik* "
Writ Bo M. Clay ClCrvwvat .,--r1 pealERntwr / b..wisr 4.nNb.4 praMftV .".. ovIieeMlea ea4 ae-wirh* cbe*. a"In ;.> -l<
fee $11. CaB COLLECT JaiMel4flle4 "
. AsSent foe Flalallff M .... ,... ......,., .1.55iateas Mr /III",., 0 1/"./wj/ry/ iWe l 11J!
TUI Pre.be.
.. u.e. SSI-Wl *
Add....- I.H rr fI' aM the Peed SeaS ,....>d el N.I
.. i hwpectla*. I.lL LIt 1.Law rwkeaae ..!...,.. .>alf. Ir'4at. Is ri. "l.Mtarb ore bef..*. las d.l. ., Ikebear
JarkeeevUU. ......... Xiao (Ile r>... **.bdt. !*.*.. Ar ..>'., ele4 --
FOR RENTi Midtrn nnfnr.pjaiard (........ II. II ...kM a r>.. WM .M. of _9 epaeer i* pe.*io or 10. ...
bidrum eeaaint 11'1.| ...Ur Lake, .,......... .. -... ere ......,H see e.'''..*.
FOR SALE SINGER SEW.INO Iw* ... tf rded I- Flat. rVMtk fee al n..A ......... _.*.ai '* IkeMOM
IIAC1I U. New_ 1Utt- Jock hoeae with ,.,..*. ,.... ,"... .Maly.. """",, .. ._..__ N'40_. ray loa
.C at M J4X AHa., norel ma.ehiaw milt north of Green Covefacia wrT.ro. mr bead ere INpal _"... .. .'1.....

.. *. river. Art Mia a. uH .f ae" r M.rt .. f .. Care N r*....,
and hit W
trt.> eeryre
a- Half It,
e ftoee FI .V. II' fftk 4ay : '
aB nuke of sncbhnaIae.40 brte awantafnBy hadntapadbH. U- ef Je.can A r. SeelnraRn .*. M Males M 1s.Nap t

at Gdnrli SUe. Wai* .. ,.. infirmillin. >.... .r. .. 1'ARLtSy.R roor1 r.M...-Wtifard.... J ck"oimll.-721WX: Jacksonville lkl&ch-12t.s:! '

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Reporter! MRS. HERBERT D.: MTERS./('bone ItS-MSl V o t t t'J.V' } : ; : 1'/ "j
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The annual observance of the St. Louis, Mo., spent several It was the cumulative contributions :, ( "

World Day of Prayer will be days of the past week with Miss of ,Franklin, to th
held, under the auspices of the Carrie L. Marxer. service which were adouted '........ . I .
Women'i Ouild, in Penney Memorial an< , :
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Church March 5, 2f5 I ---.I froin, which the, present Pos ............. ... I 1 00:8
: The Rev. Jlichard L. Doddsof Office, has been Evolved.. H
o'clock. Basically the same form Red Lodge, Mont., spent has 'every right c to be regarded I 'f| I InlT EXPERIENCE: ;*
of '
service Is used around the
several days with his parentsMr as the Father,of the American I Ir I '. J \.f. il
world on this same day, with
and Mrs. M.H. Post'Office
Dodds of "
125 countries now participating: the MHC. Ha Had been, attending ,The ,'pext, meeting will beheld i' ail I .
This year's program with the the Christian Social at the home of the Rev, ;1 II NEEDED'' { I:"
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theme, "What Doth Ood Require
Action Conference in Washing. and Mrs. Hempstead, o n : /I _
? was prepared by Mrs ton, D:C., March 18. l W wiA ,. ,It, ,I 1 ,,' 1 II" It
Jesse Joe McNeil of Pasadena, .-' \ t"UA fi
Cal., talented law
a
negro wo
The,, Penney Farms
Stamp The Rev and Mrs. C. F J. .N.\I I J' Ir
man.During Club met on Feb. 18th at ZEALCVS
the
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the service, Dr AMa Scnrlver returned, home Monday : II I" '
home of the Rev.
and Mrs
Korteling will bring a brief George Howard. of last week after having ) t iJ AANi o'! /
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message and the much-loved I spent one week at Hobe Sown . :u -
After the Stamp Grab, Mrs.Cokerspoke ENERGETIC
spiritual "He's Got the Whole Y ,
oh'the' and Avon Park. ., .
World In His'Handa ": % briefly r :
will be
While In south
Fine Arts stamp; It Is the ;first Florida they A tiMs '} " .
sung by Miss Freda Saunders 'ltlQ lOYAL -
drove
around part of Lake f'
The public is invited to at. U.abstract S. postage art to stamp.appear It,9n a keechobee, seeing the Hoove ,lftlll : :' t i 1 I I

tend and to share in this be explained g may Dike Levee under construction i 1\ ,.'::11) _
as a rA ,
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united opportunity for prayer geometric They also went through the ') J I LEADERSHIP I \
figures in
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hotjolors
Seminole Indian Reserv.tlon.Friends lOi3 ,. "
balanced by white, F fist I r
Commander C. Anson Olds, bolic of the stresses of American from Rockford; UInols .-
.rexlA 1 NECESSARY '
visited '
TJJ3.N. and Mrs. Olds were recent society today I them Sunday at
callers at the Hempstead Mr Hempstead gave a; very Avon Park and showed them { t 01'. .. i ': I 'j" : I
home. Mr Olda had Just returned Interesting and informative many Interesting places They { .\ I Art
from his second tour paper on Benjamin Franklin, I went, by elevator, up Placid ( t I'EmClENT ,

of duty at McMurdo Station, Father of the American Post Tower In Sebring where many M ) 0'. I r
Antarctica. This year he visited Office citrus groves and lakes could ... RIGHTl.r., : .
the South Pole twice. With the be seen.
exception of George I

Washington; Benjamin Franklin ped On for the noon way dinner home they at Silver stop Some of the eelebrated"btg game hunting trip of the ,:" .1, U:':U h U'lVd'. j.

Mrs. Colen Jane Bramley of is the only person whose. Springs, and watched Den late Teddy Roosevelt were, sewing circle compared to the .I', ff'J' I ? :LJf0rJ: : i tN.A
a
picture has appeared on every safari that netted this 4 M t" 't.\ : '
foot
mark trained potter making moccasin. John Chapnum (CL) n: I 'lI I", .',t I
IIUHlllUllllllulllumnllllWlUlUUIIIIJIIUIlUlIIU1IUNllUl ll l1 regular issue of U. S. stamps. v.. ....... and Donald Fnllerton Jr. (Ir.) began working en th*'snake "vQ ,V r'J
on August 10, 1753 Franklin one day, pelting It with an assortment of BB 4OMM1SSIOi'FR .
shot The t,'' ,CITY !: p
I was appointed by the Crown'' next day they returned'to see how the snake fared The ... , 'tT"Mtt .11'
.. .1-- u on of two Deputy Postmasters Mrs. Jack (Ervs) Zuckermaji coop de tract "*Jred, another, dosen or so 'shot ("We '''-' .- '' '
) and Managers Of all of Leavlttown. L. I., flew downto hit him In the head every time.") ,Whea they were done, OREEX COVE SPRINGS M
His Majesty's Provinces and visit her parents Dr. and so,wi* the snakeDunbar;

WRITE Dominions on the Continent of Mrs: O. J. P. Barger at M.H.C. )4.JJ:) 0'( ., ..
North America but in 1774 he over the Feb.'14 weekend. Mrs. 111'
HENS t wu dismissed from the serviceof Barger said this was the nice- Senior Wins ', '

roB SALESPECIAL the Crown because of his eat Valentine's Day they had JOB.Vote
sympathies with the cause of ever experienced. Mrs Zucker- .
the American Colonies i man had formerly '
spent 15
O In 1775 the Continental', Can' I years in the Congo Homemaking HonorsJuanita ZELLNER; ,

geese unanimously appointed ,

,3'oa' $i 1I 1- Franklin a salary of Postmaster$1000 a year General which at Mr. and Mrs George Jahnsof Solomon 17-year- visor will join winners and' /'

ht generously gave to aid those Mlneola L. I., were guests, old Dunbar High School Sen'lor. I visors from each of the 49 I larch 2 )
I who had been disabled by war. last Sunday,of Mr. and Mrs. has been named this year's states and the District of ad-I I
Paul Johnson. In I lumbia' In
the Men's an -
During his 37 years of administration Betty Crocker Homemaker for
'CAMPBEll's Bible Class at the Penney Memorial educational'' tour of
I ; he Improved methods her school. Feld NacaJ Adeeetlaemeni
of Sunday School. Mr. WUllamsburg, Vs.:, .
communication which
t' Johnson Introduced Mr. Jahns She scored highest here'' in D.' C., and New York City. -
EGG FACTORY brought the 13 widelyseparated as the one who succeeded himas a written homemaking exam- Climax of the trip will be the L........._..___.._...._,_..... ......._,--_..- ..
colonies closer together. I teacher of the Bible Class nation ,taken Dec 1 by 652- naming of the 1>>9 Betty
Orangedale-Hwy. 11 When the U. S. Post Office' In 1957 In Ocean Side, L. 70. senior girls in 14,230 of the Crocker' American Home. on the .basis pf her original test',i her scholarship will be? JHCtua).'beg drls l Em UM nation will

Hit right. going North was finally) organized in 1782, and Is still teacher of that J"I atlon's high schools She Is maker 'of Tomorrow.! 'Chosen score plus personal aaeervatloo led. to $4,000. drama, of see I raised to : $..000..000) -I .

after Shands_ Bridge) President Samuel Washington Osgood to appointed be the Cla&l'j now eligible for state and, national from among the state winners and interviews durtac Utt lour, I and-, third- and lourth-rai-> S2JM reepectt eb.I I.

mnmnUUUIUUllllllllUUllIJlIlIIlIlIlIlIlIUUlIIlIIlIIUllUIi first Postmaster Oeneral, buBUD'S t Mr. and Mrs Fred Rowlandof from scholarship 1500 to $awards 5000. rang.Ins __ ___ h___ _____ =.-- __ ___ ==-=_ -___ __ _=4!> ____ _'o I

and Guilford Mrs. Edgar Conn.Clark, and of Us-Mr Test papers of all school win.ners 1-1.rnllmmlli1111.) mlmlI! III: !_.IIWM----. -:
in the state ,
GATE STATIONKEBOSENB bridge Mass., friends of Mr. Judged are being \ ._...._
competitively. Prom I
and Mrs Marshall Merlam of I. ""
d.J'"
this, a State Homemaker I .
of >('
Penney Farms, visited the Pen ;
Memorial ,I Tomorrow will be named, and : '
Home ney Sunday School I
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Delivery or j
will receive 'I'
a 11,500 scholarship I I "
and Church last Sunday Mrs 11 i iI: 1'1. \
U-IIaul It Service Available from
General
Mills. Inc.,
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Clark is a nleco of Mrs. Row. I
Phone 2849250Orange land. sponsor of the annual Betty ;

Av*. and Cove St. GREEN COVE Crocker Search i.A; )} Message

'.. 1 addition her school i will : : .
'- Mrs. Thomas C. Tlppett of be awarded a set of the ;:Encyclopaedia ,',iI. "" I ,
't Turner Falls Mass., Hew down 'I Britannica by Enc'clopatd1a' '

1 I to visit her parents Mr!,I and Britannlca Inc 'i3 .
(J Don I Pool'sIIELT Mrs. Ward E.' Krone, leavingher The second-ranking girl will ;*
J area' In, a 4* below zero receive a $500 educational\ I ,'''' I
temperature and arriving here print "' ."r'., i 3Co matter how many, radio new casta or Tnn..>> telecasts are I
EETI01 com LDt01f0 with the temperature In the , FslssiH ft IfssstiB.Tlnsn. 'ffmOfam 70s. They also had snow on State following her selection the ,,; 'made daily . the average person [Is still interested in_ reading his I
Homemaker of Tomorrow

l' M Bern Bfy Day I the She; gTOUnd will return in Massachusetts home on the together with a school ad- > home t town newspaper to know what1 goes'on'in his own area. Accord: .
Rh-M >sesiitt Saetitaa, .
28th.:,
I Deejfckt, ....... lie IMJh fttagJa, LaaJst U* Only from 2 New hours York were City required to other ''relations and friends.Mr. .,' i ing> to a survey made since 1920, the period: when radio and television{
IfeffDrrimKTBTBOBV Jax. Cole I 1s a retiree formerly

Wa&COlOJIn connected with the Carrier Air were introduced . every day: over 60 million copies of newspapers: :
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Conditioning Corporation. I \ .: Ir, -
Mr and Mrs. John Wleringa Mrs Tinkler also enjoyed an y> are being sold daily.To I.' .' r
of HudsonvllU. Mich, were overnight visit from two friends '
I guests of his aunt Miss Hilda who live In Wilmington Del, "f If , I I

i Florida Wleringa last Saturday and Mrs. John 8. Fonda and Miss ; keep up with this demand for new, the newspaper .industry I
; Sunday They were on their Yen E:. Getman. ...
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in' the way hom. after spending twweeks' 0 has been continuously at work to improve their serVice > and has ,
room
game '
in south Florida The preacher for the Pen *" 9

beer's the one.. -- ney Memorial 11 o'clock wore i R ?. accomplished this with more up-to-date communications method
.. Mrs. M.,Cs Tinkler's brother ship service next Sunday will I I n'y' I
Mr. Carolton Cole and wife of be the Rev. C. F. Scnrlver. 'I'NII' Iu I,
for good ,taste ( I ,
Syracuse; H. Y.'wen her for The leader for the '1\ "
prayer
I So does the Clay' County Crwccnt try to keep giving! youths j I
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fun I't a'shortvtslt on their way to meeting on the following Wednesday
good .
spend a month In the St. Petersburg at,7:30 o'clock will be '
I \. :. best possible coverage of local news events (with picture! aud item:*) o>
area where they have the Rev. H. W. Oee. .... I, ."

!L . and in our humble way to serve a* a medium of enlightmrnt to .. i


t AUTOMATE YOUR FARM :",. ."' bring, to you the news of actiivity going on Around m. ",'*' ,! I

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WITH A PCAHJTERMEDIATE I I!, ,a t;a .' .;; This method of news dissemination i is also appreciated by the !
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I : business people who find that their sale message does reach their' '


TERM LOAN ; :,:.. potential customers and brings them into his place of bu.iiie s.' So, ifyou I


t.: up to want to bring your message! to this market . ,the columns'of

t I 7 years to repay I,
b M You name your game, ping.pong or check the Clay County Crescent are open to" "(IU. Take advantage of them.' "

ff ers, card or chess. Play it hard, and it Get the "catlk you seed to t x :' ':. t I,
make your op r tlon a* profitable r I '
J takes a lot out of you. That's when you a* potiibU by borrowing
CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT i ii
like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy at from atnpl PCA. Get laUreit the men rate*? {' I : ,;;: .

your friends' talk and your beer's uste. Beer was you nd from PCA ,

made to relax with Made to refresh you, cool {e/are you **/* i Phone: flreen Covg/Springs ,.-3166 '

you,cheer your taste. So next time you re playingsome '
..._.an.. al c.tp :...-- 'W
f. sociable at-home, 'gaine, take timeout ".-' .,... aae.0'. ......
al
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0 fkvrWtovfcl p.
't for the companionable taste of[ beer. \ s'a.... "J ra tie'

C" UNITED STATES HEWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.(-) Northeast rratottra. Cn4UAaseeiatttei let Edgew.ed Aveae E., i

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'r FEBRUARY 'M, IN Cttay County Crcsecttt FAOI BEnts

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New! Rambler Fastback; Iatrodu\ e4 FLORIDA facts This Is Smokey Bear Week ;

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THE MOCKINGBIRD. I iL
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WAS DESIGNATED THE OFFICIAL BIRD OP FLORIDA
BY THE 1927 LEGISLATURE. KNOWN FOR ITS ABILITY TO av
IMITATE SONGS OP OTHER BIRDS, IT IS A VALUED ALLY L
IN MAN'S BATTLE'AGAINST HARMFUL INSECTS.;

American Motors' all-new Marlin hardtop as power-disc brakes, individual reclining .
features fastback styling with fall six- seats, Weather-Eye heater and ventilating Florida Phosphatt..V>*nm? Governor Boms+ eengratlatea Smoker leeks en prosily The Govenor liar pro .
passenger room and comfort. The sporty system and the Torque pommand 232 en. AS AN ORGANIC COMPOUND. ALSO IS HIGHLY tfflCTIYE -[ Bear f.r his rele la fire prevention activities eUlmed the week of rebraary 11.17', .! aeSmekey .
I two-door Rambler fastbac( has a wheelbase gine are standard equipment on the Marlin. IN CONUOLLINO BUGS WORMS AND OTHER DE In Florida while State Forester C. II. Coolt Bear Week In' Florida. ,", '
cf 112 inches and an over-all length of 185 AI 193 horsepower V-8 and a ;270 horsepower I $TRUCTIVE PESTS.' t .r, Smokey thief ,apeneor la Florida.
inches It Is 54 Inches high Such features
V-8 ..
: are,offered as options.. l : -
"That aint no real bear ::7 the early 40s. forest fires nationwide Publfc-aplriteb ,newspapers,
"- CLAY COUNTY WOMEN l that a man I" hit SO.000.000 acrei radio and TV, stations,! map*
It was a brave young fellow' annually, Now. Its only about since and many other adver
FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE ILN1tDS'ATTEND NABW who made the remark but It 10 per cent of that figure tlalng media ,give ,Bmokey .,
MEET IN ST. AUGUSTINE: .a'. drained |Sll Ms courage and Smoke, a modest bear doein-t boost -, with contributions In,
The Jacksonville he said nothing more. i claim all the credit. But every page-aper or alr\ -tlme etceed-
THE'CRESCENT group of the
CALL AND LET National Association of Bank Smokey dldnt say anything firefighter knows that the famous Ins 11)000000 annuallyThe .'
Women held Its February meetIng he Just kept on being Smok bear has been partly responsible ;Smokey, publicity;,,program ,
US PROVE THIS SERVICE TO YOU at the Ponce de Leon HotelIn ey. But the young fellow '- Is talked by a working
St. Augustine, on February one of about 40 trade schoolchildren During World War n a symbol program between the National
10. lathered around for national forest fire Advertising Council ,and the
In the NABW during the,put the Bank of Green Cove "
Mrs JCvtlyn 8. already had jail cue. It came prevention was needed Could National Cooperative Forest
Brtghtwell. years Sty emphasised tty importance Springs, Their lU'atl'were Mr
back fromthe of Fir Prevention Committee.
vice horrified group ; appeal an
president of the Farmers .( th role women an and Mrs AI Nelson, Mr. steed anal
be mob, Is for
Bank Union -: an undercurrent of utter combined with the good Florida
NEW AND Point. Day and playing in UM banking field Keystone Heights; Mrs. )01.- amazement at such a comment ruggedness of a firefighter and Florid media help
..... NABW regional made Tic her president official of visit the and outlined th* future women phlne, Barnes and Frank Che*, Apparently, all the childrenbut A cover artist for a national (spread Bmokey fame and hisImraaage
can anticipate as bank officers ;
to the aer. Green Cove. one had wanted to believe magaslne drew a small fat bear With forest, produc-
USED CARS group at this meeting Members of this who
Her address Included croup Preceding the banquet In the that Smote was real and theydid. wearing a ranger hat and : lion worth 1750000000 annually
a resumeof attended from CUr Countywen Venldo '
what has been Room representativesof In a little while Smoke dumping water on a fire The you can be lure he'a on
Van NESS BUICK-PONTiAC Inc. happening : Mrs Josephine Reed the 8t Augustine National knew that even the one unbeliever name cam easy, and Bmok the job In the Sunshine State
cashier of the Keystone State
The exchange Bank of 8t Auguatlne '
; had reconalderedl' ey" haant stopped since C. It Coulter mate Forester,
ones Cev BprtagsVTaea I THE RMS AMONGml| Bank. Mrs Clara Cheaaer Vice and the Keystone State Yea Smoke .Is a winner and preventing forest fires, or believe that Florida woodlands\
A Bettor Deal Is Made Via HSse WO Make III president and cashier, and Mra. Bank entertained at a cocktail has been for 82 yean And if teaching the waits and tragedyof have been enriched because 01Smok.

-STOP IN- ,\ Ruth-Geiger- vice president of party I I. the last,loom, for ever a cause had a conqueringhero forest fine.Actually .,'s appeals "Future generations .
members and their gueata firs prevention has Just following a bad can be thankful"

SEE AND DRIVE THE '65 MUSICAIFUN that In Smoke,. blase I In 1950. forest rangers Coulter said, "for what Bmok.
MELODY QVA.TnlEt You will find him In newi found a small scorched black ey Bear Is doing"
)
I Irile. (1 I TO SING AT SPRING paper columns on posters, TV bear cub. They raised him and Only state' and federal agencies
t PARK BAPTIST In the movies and children's ,dubbed him Smoke,. This may own Bmokey Bear
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... M4-MM Mre4..* ; I .., color and comic books. He even bear now 14 yean old has an costumes, and strict guideline
to Jai SM-SUI OCS: I '-, The Melody Q arie&. better gets stamped out as cookies, honored stall at tho Washington govern I the conditions under
I I know u the Crippled Singers dolls, and wind-up toys Bmokey ; D C., BOO which they may be used Bmok
""I:: will be st the Spring Bank .Is the busiest bear In history Smoke fame continues to ey may appear only when mild*

M .... Baptist ,Church this Friday busy helping sell the Idea apread, and many foreign fire prevention la a factor
evening Feb 31. at 7:M o'clock of fire prevention and saving countries like Japan Honduras, Throngs cheer Smoke
The mshroomlnr problem I I The public Is cordially Invitedto forests Mexico, Canada and New Zealand wherever he Is seen. He's real-
of fungus growth Inside the attend. When Bmokty got started In have their own version ly quite a bear,
horse can be served by spray-
leg closets and other mildew ..ml"" '''-'--T''rWi':1' ::1
SEE YOU ATEchie's targets with l Lysol disinfectantdeodoriser.
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Every year.'uncounted thousands
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to get more fun eat of life, .. .,,
are delighted to learn that they . '
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I ORANGE PARK !
School BonanzaThe '
MARDI GRAS, FEB. *7 13AJj 11' ,

GlOFJIIII : I, Oras The sponsored fourth by annual the Orange Mardi : i::t for ( 'SSI Big Choice !

z High School band will be held FOtll

on Saturday, Feb. 27 : ,

Combating the Chinch Bug The parade will begin at two A. 't1a OF I GIFTS WITH PLAID 1 STAMPS

If you want aa attractive lawn o'clock from Moosehaven and
and garden this summer now ia march down Highway 17 to the by ClaIre Parks
the time to take stock 01 the insect parking lot of the Bank of
pests and-* Hold Thaf fan "8uper-Right" Tender Select
'oro Orange Park, where the Band '
more about! Important them. e Association will have boothsset If you take your sunbathing % % BEEF LIVER I ISuperRight" LBt 29t
One of the most persistently up for food and games seriously, you can usually count on 1 1 t I' .
annoying insect to the homegardener achieving deep, *oul-satisfying/ tan
I is the There will be floats from after about two weeks of concentrated Pure Pork 1LbBag
small insect about one.sixth' the Orange Park businesses on effort/ For many of u., this

no long wings,it's reddish when in young color and Aa has the which the Kings and Queens represents a good vacation part-if and not, all on A BAG SAUSAGE ", 3-$1,00

chinch bur matures, however, it 'of Mardi Oras will ride returning to the great indoors, I.?!: "Super-Rtght" Flue Quality
acquires wings folded over iU The climax of the day will we're faced with the dim i prospect
back and turn reddish-black I''be a costume ball at Orange of watching our golden toner Bakt BEEF CHUCK ROAST LB. 48
r with white marking and fade npldlr to a sickly beige *
The young bugs or nymphs, Park High School from 1:30: At least, this,it the way it used
cause moat lawn damage by o'clock until midnight The to .be.Pond. Csp'n John' Quick Frosen
sucking plant Juice from the < new kings and queens will be 's, after studying the problem
I, has found a to help utali
grass.This way PERCH FILLETS 1 -LB5. 39
crowned at the ball. Prizes will *
Insect pest 1 Ie widespread on to a clear deep tan that'sa' ,
In the eastern and southern be awarded for the most beau smooch and fre .looklnll in August -
state and seem to be on the tiful funniest and most unusual County School system netted f 11S715 at a seven- at it was in J:1nr July I i Grade A Dressed & Drawn Fla. or 'Oa. Shipped WhoJeFRYERS
increase. It' destructive from,. This promise is -
costumes. Everyone is Invited
early spring until late fall or hour auction of surplus and obsolete equipment laat Sat like front |Jars of Pond new, sheer
frost One species, in southern whether In costume or not. urday. The bulk of the Items auctioned were ten year or textured Dry Skin Cream-s rich,
Florida, infests grass all winter. I Last minute entries for the light moisturizer containing an ingredient
Generally, the sunny areas of title of King of Mardi Gras more old Working In shifts, Dr. Doran Yelton':Burch Stump aptly named for its quality H

your lawn are attacked Damage. Ouy Odum and Charles and Lewis Chance (pictured above), served!, auctioneers rather than its
are Golden
circular colors
start a* a yellow spot
rapidly turn: to brown and Peck to a milling crowd of persons who described the price I i I Tji Lanolin. .

spreads: In all direction, leaving; Music at the ball will be pro. realized a* "high." An air compressor, which brought $1,300, .f' W&m. SkiD Ponds Cream new Dry
only dead grass. |
The tin can test Is a frequently vided by the Orange Park High was the top Item. Lowest price ($1)) was': Paid for an auto smooths oa .so

used method of detecting the bug. Stage band and by records chassis, make and model unknown which was :sold to easily and is ab,
Place a coffee can with the bottom Floyd Hazen will call for the I kl'e'' quickly,
and top removed along the Keen's Salvage, of Dinsmore. Under State law, the funds \ :the rktnheling'bathed

!outer edge' of_ the damaged square dances must be deposited tn the so-called building and bus reserve "I
,
brown area Sink the can one J' without the slight- 2B
inch into the turf, nil with water fund. School officials said yesterday the:total amount received T cat trace of ircatbBCIS .
and stir with a stick.After about CLAUDE THOMAS was roughly three time what they had anticipated. In tli* meantime it helps the'I
five minutes, if chinch bugs are Services for Claude Thomas,, -- surface lose its Inclination to flak
present, they'll float to the sur ---- 1 by replacing moisture the sun has Ln.
72 old of
years Middleburg, drained sway.Massage .
face.One of the most effective way were held last Friday In Beulah the oasis over your rf.t
of combating chinch bugs, and Baptist ,Church, of which he Having A Bal 7r lace, arms and legs after each sun- w
more than 100 other Insect pests was a member. The Hev C A lathing session. Do this indoors, 2 to 3-Jh. Average
is to apply Spectraclde Lawn udGarden however-not on the beach.Pond'snew
Insecticide, a product of Crosby, assisted by the (Rev. raiI Dry Skin Cream is a beauty
Geigy Chemical Corporation Abroad Luther McOee, officiated.I I treatment-a tan-holding moieturiitr -
-range insecticide, Spectra -and, if I say so myself s OO EXTRA PLAII
Mr. Thomas, veteran of I
clde saves you time, effort and a Joy to com hone ml I Special! AF Grade "A" U-Ft.Kettle
by eliminating the need World War I and a retired em 4T "* ""* "* HaMM
ron'di: r pest control product ploye of International Paper CARD OF THANKS GRAPE JUICE 2-69f I We k* Each I*,"ABBj |
8peiige Mep
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for each insect that attack Co., died In Orange Park last t, t I
.... .1 tan T.a !e1.s.
your lawn and garden, Wednesday. The family of William C C. s. g.aT.e6
-' Norris would like to thank --
say Special! AF 97% Caftetn Free 5-os.. Jar
He Is survived by his widow,
r for act of -
you your every sympathy
BLONDIE Chic Young Mrs Hattie Lee Thomas: a
and kindness during our INSTANT COFFEE 8ge r
daughter, Mrs J. F. Saunders, bereavement, The floral trltutes I I 1 1 I ; I p
of Penney Farms, four broth. ...w..w. w"rr
food and STAMPS
THE GREATEST n messages every Special Ann Page 14-os Bottle j Ann Par I-U. Ewa Hot,
ers, L. F. Thomas'of Middle-
kind deed has greatly, helped
CONTR 3UTION U S Barbecue Sauce tic
II burg, L. R Thomas, of Starke
; us to bear loss May God
our
AND I CAN MAKE TO K ETCHUPetlttfllg2.35 **Ml tire fVfc. M
OUR COUNTRY'S' W T Thomas, of Island Drove; bless each and every one of s, s-sr.a
I'"i' FUTU"3 IS TO T. D. Thomas, of High Springs; .j you

B'JY U. S. I two sisters, Mrs Minnie Onann, Mrs. William C Morris, wife Back Again! Jane Parker Pkf of SHOT t

SAvc.rs BONDS! of Oainesvville, and Mrs. Es Loretta and Eveyln Morris, I
sie Haughton, of Lakeland daughters CROSS BUNS 1 1 g t 131* gg g.J +!aMlr !:
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Honorary pall bearers were Mr and Mrs W. P. Morris, llstant Tea .. 19s Jdtf
jlf / John Hall, Wayne Geiger, W I
parents < > 4 Ikra F fc. M
4 J. Saunders. Louis Canova, A. z Brothers and Sisters j Jas. S-ST-es

' : W Budd, W. A. Campbell T.W" Cats are easily pleased with simple toysj, empty thread spools, 1 VernoiTOrMn .
"\ tS Scestnvlck, and Harry Taylor ping-pong or catnip ball, a catnip or rubber mouse. Cats love to -
\ )) get Inlide paper bags and fight their way out against imaginary fBwzesse'
Active enemies. They adore empty boxes for play and napping.'One
pall bearers
were:
playtime precaution from Jack Middleton of the Purina Pet Care KEEP FREEDOM s '- '"""' """"' t tt flarfa
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\ William Saunders, Ray Robinson Center A* a, kitten stalks and attacks, if* a neat temptation IN YOUR FUTURE- SHAMPOO r = As Pan Rsrdar Pt. BM
J. M. Smith, Cleo Hickey, to let him attack you, a make-believe enemy. When the kitten is bUY U. S. SAVINGS by ., iO !tench Dressing the
W C Sullivan and Robert Reid' tiny, no damage is done But as the teeth and claws get sharper, C.epe a..1 tan tea. fA
BONDSCLAY/
(Qr you'll find those attacks leave w Jae. a-5T.e.
1) imaginary scratches and bites. To k'k r
Helm Funeral Home was in j
avoid
trouble in the future don't
accidentally train your cat t<- V
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t\i t; Chevy D 100 Station Wagon THEATRE Sl'F:Ct4 LI Orct-n Giant Cream Style)


\ ' 'I Monday Green Cere thru Springs Friday Golden Corn 2 Cans 39c

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FrmhMlSIIItOOMS Fmh. JtJey. FttrtdaOUAXOES
Bat. Feb. ItJJ5J1Ii a

.. mt". : ., ."w lb. 19S 5-1)k. BUR :3!)'
Chevy n 100 2-DoorStdan.
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: Morton Frozen Rg, U-os. Upton Potato Pkg of 2 Betty Crocker or Puffin ScetBounty
alumtnhed exhausts that ditcouragt corrosion..0e/co i.iWith: DINNERS ., 19 SOIT MIX ,. S7e IUStTITa ..I-Itr
Chevy longer batteri''lift. . brake that adjust '''tmHI .. rocker pencil Helm Strained 4\4-ox. Jar Hudson Boa 300 Ct. 1.1b.7-ast can

that flush themselces fret of dirt and wit. Tight? fla,,',. doHWif/il' miterlft a"YOUNG BABY FOOD . .-!* FACIAL TISSUE .IT* BttF: I'RW. ,(IBorden's .

{ RACERS Buy Ban Get 2 Bars Free' Nabisco premium 1-lb. Box Big 10 Buttermilk
You're looking at the lowest priced sedan and They're good looking. Clean. Functional. 'JisrolVr' tU Btarrlng Mark Dana I WOODBURT SOAP .. ,Ue 8ALTLNCS .. Se lsc -rg, su; .... ,rise
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station wagon that Chevrolet makes. You can get an economical 4-cyhnder engine! ''Wn.mre Del Monte Light S"-...'can Star-1Chst Light '%-0&. can ftHsbury t-a
In the sedan both care a 120-hp Hi iThnttThey're I.... Mesu and Tses. Bag
They neither look nor act their price.. or in CHCMC TUNA .. l-ll.M OITMC T174A XSe FLOCK. ..... .<|.
do everything but cost Feb. SI. Mar. 1 A I
The sedan seats aix. The Six that's quick to
( roomy. Mixed Vegetable 1Lb. Lemon Joke Pmt Bottle Hunts
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has feet from the back of the money. As we said earlier, these are our .. U--.
wagon nine you CO-ALL . ... . lieKm RCALEMOX .. tk TOMATO PiSTI . tS
rl)( (ront seat to the tip of the lowered tailgate. lowest priced cars. Try one out today. : s s r s .L-RanonLJvrr15-oe. Carnation 101.11Uot1oa..* Rosen .-..

Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer'tCtietmlet f11fC DOG FOOD . . S-t3e COFFEE MATE 4.e 7V POT PIES. . .a...,

ll ConwrConvUe ken ft11101M'Stu1gTeL ASP s.os. cans Ken-L.Ratioa 1)4.... can Lay IG-oa.( Twin Pak

l'erdlefelY -..--..-,...-.., .-...... ORANGE JUICE J-JSe DOG FOOD t-3S POTATO cnirs ,19

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Price la this A4 t..4 thus Sea, 1'''. ML
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