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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: March 4, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Vol. 39 No. 9 \ GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA -, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 19ft:)) COL Y ,
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Zellner Kenney Win .i

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brine home the Importance of "Save Your VIa on -
Week." which will be observed acrouhe nation next week .sb ;y

Dr R. Timothy Carter Orange Park optometrist and a _ _uu_ u__ Ben Zellner and WarwljiMOCe.mu>* miern returned ta the'
member of the Florida Optometric Association, urge parents Oreen Cove City Commission ubat.nta l-pi'w.allti;. on
to be alert to the possibility of a child's vision problems. : 1 iML Tuesdsy.

Zellner who I* also City Manager took 66.6 per cent
According to Dr Carter several telltale sign may pointto of the vote In a contest with Frank Morea. an employ ot

eye troubles, according to Dr carter. Some of these are: Southern Bell Telephone Co., In Jacksonville
facial distortions while reading such u frowning excess Kenney took 64.6 of the vote In a contest with William
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live blinking scowling or squinting: avoiding close work Hicks, manager of Mason's Lumber Company's Green cove

losing place while reading; holding reading material closer e'' yt'M plant
than normal: tendency to rub eyes; excessive head movements ft A total of 1031 Green Cove residents out of approximately -
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shunning voluntary reading at home. 11 d, 1500 eligible, voted In the election In spite of the
"More than 80 per cent of all school task are based fact the first half of the day was rainy Approximately 60
on a child's ability to see and preliminary studies now persons voted In only one of the two contests and 23 ballot
show a definite relationship between the ability to see were thrown out. In one Instance a voter cut his ballot
properly and his ability to read and learn," Dr. Carter said. for all four candidate

"Aside from the tendency that some parents exert It was counted at one of the quietest elections In recent

undue pressures upon their children to excel In school and year though Interest iworn to "throw out City Hall" are
In every other endeavor which may result In other emotional said to have dangled all sort of enticing offer to votersIn

problems on the part of a child UM llnkbetween a young ,.... private meetings Including a substantial paving programIn
ster's visual difficulties and his failure to succeed In the ODUM SERVICES IN lien Zellner returned te the colored section of Oreen Cove.

classroom has been established. the Green Cove City CornWarwick Kenney, the ether More than 100 Oreen Cove resident clustered aroundthe
Dr. Carter also point out that a child's failure to mission In a contest with Commission candid.up for door of the City Commission room during the more

achieve scholastically la a contributory factor In antisocial ORANGE PARK TODAYMrs. Frank Morea. Zenner..1II ...-._u.n. beet out William than 20-hour ballot count
behavior leading In many Instances to set of delinquency. SS4 votes le Morea's 414. Hick by "I t*'441. votes Prominent among them was James O. Horton chairmanof
In general any child In the lower third of his class the County Democratic Executive Committee
Lela May Jennings Frank W. Brown Jr., D. D. .
should have a complete eye examination particularly If he Several of those awaiting the result of the tabulation
seems to have the ability to achieve at a higher level. Odum. wife of Orange Park's Patterson, Harley Broom Dr. Burns OKs Standing Center said Horton had called them at odd hours In "behalf of
H L. Stephens Ronald 8. Slys.
"Even though you see no signs of trouble be on the Mayor Walter Odum daughter the candidacy of Frank More and that they had therefore
safe side and let your child's eyes tested by his third birthday of Mr. and Mrs. 8. Bryan Dr. E. C. Watt. Edwin Oustaf- Oovernor Hsydon Burns, who Meanwhile, the Governor hat voted against Morea without further. consideration of the
H. M. King C. F. Holmes,
," advises the Children's Bureau of the U. 8. Department Jennings, of Mlddleburg and son has veto powers over establishment protested to federal officials matter.
Chart McCall and George
of Health. Education and Welfare Administration. granddaughter of the late Governor Of a Job Corp Training that his office was being> bypassed Worton spent the evening striding restlessly In and out
Carlisle.
Many visual problems are !Inperceptlble to parents so William Sherman Jennings center anywhere In the State In negotiation for programs of the Commission room returning. to r.llinto warm conversation .
will be
Active pall bearers :
every child should have a comp.lettlIon examination at died after a brief IllnessIn ha: endorsed Camp Blandlng being set up by the with apparently anyone who would bend an
Olin 8. Howard J. I. Triplett.
least once every year to ensure his future success and enjoyment a Jacksonville hospital early u the site of a proposed cen Office of Economic Opportun ear to his advice, Whether he represented the County
III. Ralph Bagwell, Jesse P.
of life Tuesday. Democratic Executive Committee In his advocacy of Mores'
Tynes and Albert A. Rosen- ter.State ity.Acting
Services are to be conductedat Senator Charley E. with the Btat cabinet candidacy or whether he was working, as has been rumored,
Free chest X-rays for aU county residents 11 years of 10:30: o'clock this morningat berger John, of Stark, headed delegation ,. Burn ha* protested to for Interest outald the city limit could not be determinedby
Burial will be In Mabnolla
age or older will be given all over the county from Saturday the Orange Park Methodist of Bradford County Sargent Bchrtver director of The Crescent.
through March M. The X-rays are being provided by Church with the Rev Floyd Cemetery Orange Park. leaders Tuesday who diacuased the OEO. Anthony Celtbr... Worton U also known across the county u an Imminenttrial

the County Health Dept., the State Board of Health and Fisher minister and the Rev the site with the Governor and Secretary of HEW, and to Flor lawyer and a* the possessor of a butcher. knife. Orrrrr
the Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association of Tom Ryan' director of Wesley. TWO FINED! FOB members of the State cabinet. ida's congressional delegationthat A brief Commission meeting. followed the certification
Northeast Florida. Manor, officiating. FEEDING! HOT Senator John told State official many of the OEO pro- of the balloting.

The schedule for the first week follows: Educated at the Robert K. IIAKO DUNKS ,U>e Bradford County gram require the Governor's -
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Saturday March I, Mlddleburg and Pine Street, Oreen Lee High School In Jacksonville John Lefler and Jerry Oren Stark. Chamber of Commerce approval and others require --
... Cove from t until 4 o'clock and from B until I. and at Stetson University, Green Cove dairy workers were has worked for nearly a year matching State fund. he, the prison director, wished being bypassed and Ignored he
Tuesday March !. junction of highways 31 and 100 where she received her baccalaureate fined 160 each by County Judge to obtain the center for a alto In one Instance, according to start a V. 8-financed program said, and urged thai It crone
Keyitone from noon until I o'clock: and from 4 until <. In 1(41, she was active Thomas J. Rivers this week on In the Blandlng reservation. to Governor Burns a State for underage school children. and desist and pursue Instead
Tuesday March 1. Strickland's Store. Klngsley Lake In the Stetson Olre Club charge of contributing to the Blandlng ha* recently been des prison director:\ received a direct "a policy of federal-state cooperation -
from 7 until I o'clock in the evening and dramatic society. There delinquency of a minor. /Ignated by the National Guard Inquiry from Schriver'a The governor said he wanted In these programs of
Wednesday March 10, Mooaehaven. Orange Park from She was elected to Alpha XI According to Sheriff Jennings Bureau of the Department of office Inquiring u to whether to cooperate' with the federal mutual Interest and concern"
1 until 5 o'clock. Delta sorority and the Honor Murrhee a Oren Cove the Army u the tropical warfare I government and assist In 1m. He recited that "favorable
Thursday March 11. 7-11 Store. Mrado,'brook, from Society woman brought her 17-year training center for Nation. NOTICE plrnientlng and planning worthy consideration of project: referred .
19 until 1 o'clock and from 3 until I. She wu married In 1946 to old ton Into the Sheriffs office al Guardsmen from around the Unit II Ladle Aux of the project designed la eliminate to the governor shall be
The schedule for the following week will be published Walter Ouy Odum. drunk. nation. Fleet Reserve will sponsora poverty and ha* set up conditioned thereafter upon the
In this column next week.' At her death she war a According to the Sheriff. the The alt* must still be approved car wash at Spring Park In the office! of the governor cooperation\ of both federal andlocal
teacher at the Orange Park boy told author.If) toiler had by the Office of Economic : on Saturday, March I at division of economic opportunity authorities\ In affordingthe
The annual County Conservation Speaking Contest Methodist Church Sunday fed him vodka out of a bottle Opportunity Some decision 9.10: am. for the benefit of to coordinate the pro..m. opportunity for stale participation
sponsored jointly by the County Boll Conservation District school treasurer of the Band and Oreen then went and purchased Is expected within a matter Boy llcout Troop 131. The policy being pursued by In the planning, development .
and 8t Regis Paper Co, will be held In Clay High School Association of Orange Park a -pack of beer which of days Come one I Come all I Washington authorities r"ultaIn and Implementationof
on April 21 Deadline for entering the contest ls April IS. High School a member of the war given to him. C e e state official and agencies the projects."

Entrant may choose from a list of three general subjects: Orange Park Friend of the
(II any phase of conservation relating to the natural re- Library the Orange Park Oar-
sousces and recreation of the area 121< MOM von. TK: morn . .
; any phase of President den Club and the Jacksonville
Johnson's Economic Recovery program; or ell any Junior League.Besides An ad In last week's Issue SlatedForGreenCove'slndustryPrk.
of The Crescent said that Two More Industries
phase cf conservation being applied or which the speaker her husband and par.
believes should be applied In the The Johns-Manvlll wanted applicant
county. contest ls open gnu, she leaves a daughter
to any boy or girl regularly enrolled In to fill four position
any county high Linda Odum; a eon. Walter
school Six prizes range from $40 to f5 each. Further detail Our Odum. Jr.; a sister Mrs. The ad ankrd that persona
later applying write to J-M. Oen-
Gordon Sandridfre. of Oranie
oral Delivery, Green Cove .
*---- Park; a brother MaJ. 8. Bryan

A Correction Jennings. J,.. U8AF, aaalgned listing age, experience' Two new Industrie. will occupy facilities at Green Co..'. Moreover, the president of a mobile home builder
In last week's Issue of The Crescent Thomas J. Knightwas to Headquarters, Strategic Air schooling college, degree, Industrial park within the next few months, The Crescent whose ..I... last year were In ixcsai of U million said he
listed u a retired school teacher Command Omaha; an aunt. address and phone number learned yesterday.An was virtually certain his company would occupy additional

Mr. Knight served as superintendent of Public Instruction Mrs. Nell Bartlett and an Those applying hated .precisely . Atlanta-baaed corporation, with gross revenues last facilities at the park within the next true or four months.
la Clay County from tin to 1.JJ. uncle, Richard K. Brown, both what was asked year in the neighborhood of 13 million will open a w.,.. Official of the company were In Omen Cove on Tuesday .
Some
left their
Mr. Knight a native of Russell holds the oldest membenhip of Jacksonville. out nameswhich boosting operation for the distribution and service of water and It I 11 believed that lea*.* may be signed for facilities

now In Cabul d,., F A. M. Honorary paD besrers will be: the ad were not requested In meter and waterworks supplies In the early summer, her within the next thirty d.,.. 4

The Crescent regret the error. J. AWe Edmunds.: Hort CotM,. II. H. Tlmnwrman, Jr., president of Southern Meter The Troy company would employ 7} persons at the

Supply Co., of HapevUle. 0.., told The Crescent he expected" outset with a goal of 150 In the nest few month No eatmaU !.
to begin operation at Oreen Cove'g Industrial park In the. of the annual payroll of eUhef company was available
late spring. at press time. The mobile home builder' employment wouldbe

I A Lincoln Letter: Real or ? Southern Meter, the' second Johns-Manvlll satellite very much larger than the meter company's. VAUtaUkaMx

company to move to Green Cove . the first bring MrCor
mltk Concrete also has s plant at Greensboro, H C,

When a aongwrttlng! schoolteacher The letter sow being authenticated ing Sheridan methodically dev> a

begins Investing In by )(Benjamin staled& the . Valley . On ', ;i : ,:

Civil War autograph It'* a of New 'Yort. considered th September 11. Sheridan attacked ., i .

little &k a Salvation Army nation's outstanding authorityon Early near Winchester Z:
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Unto taking a plunge In electronic autographs, has to the uninitiated The aaaault war bonged and : : ;.
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.. .. a number of factor soon stalemated but Sheridan L .
That about sums up the feelings In favor of his authenticity; wa a far different soldier

of Herron Victor Dawson arae,...+r other that would point to It* from Ida preoVoaaora. He galloped ___
a teacher at Green Cove's being a carefully forged copy to the front waving his "
Charles E. Bennett School. Six .r someone who would have hat and shouting to his off ,1 4 *

of his 40 songs have been pub- gone farther signing other cers. t3lve 'em Hell Press t 4As
Dshed c.tO song I. 40 people's checks. them General they'll runt' -J1-i-
monUWj: the 40th being a As to its historical accuracy, until he had the whole army
ditty railed -We Wlah We this much can be.eaid. In Augnrt. urging forward IrresiaUbly. _
Didnt Have to Go to School. "14. Oen. Philip H Sher- The thia gray rank broke and
composed to console his itu- Es* wUve Ib...... Idea took over command of the rw.11w Valley now belonged .
denU.DawsoQ. Wa.....'..*. OrC It. 1M4 (Union Army of the Shenandoah to Sheridan"

named for a Union MaM Gamtwvid.ar) with orders to destroythe The letter la not a photo- ......
Army general officer and for Him great plratare I tear Shenandoeh Valley" and rnpbjc'COPf; the handwriting dhl/lhiiUr, and canker ef water
Eugene Victor Deb,. a tam-of, > le pee sad ye. Wave Confederate Genera Jubal A. U aa rloae to Lincoln's own a* anrl.r. .ad; was.,.ewk supplies will were Inla building al
the rectory American Socialist army, the thanks W tke M.adaairaba Fatty who had teen causing It might be ptMtibU to be. 'i,..* (....'. IwlMlrUI, perk within lh. not few month,
whoa. political views today Pee asd ..y ... per.sd the Tankers bit' trouble.>> On th* other hand the letter A ,..,... CartHiM.beerd ....,...,...... U cnirla), II. II. TIMa.'...... it., reWdenl. ef M.iilhera Meter *,
would b> considered eutlandbhly sad grM.e.. Writing of thee flail agont- very ofevtouaiy' has never .eadag IU bMlwIrUI kwlMlaig. si tire,. ('...'. MnUUI. seppb. ('e.. UU. The (',-.., yesterday. Hvulbera. M.tee
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( Ctountg (Erescent pottit4 er. God's Dark '.' \ \' Something About Fishing-


_HAT IS COOD FOR CUT .IS COOD FOR THE CRISCMT" 1 By DUNCAN G. GRONERThe By By Captain Bob Brown I
| DR. GEORGE P., HOWARD, Fishing is an ancient sport, live or dead shrimp. Tarpon,

DUNCAN aOLDTHWAITI GRONER-EDITOR AND PUBLISHER young man dropped down in the chair oppositemy and we have our share of It trout, whiting, channel bass,
ELIZABETH LEONARD CRONER SECRETARY called thee by name," said the
desk. old- drum
here In this, the nation's flounder, etc. will be
PuiiiSNie EVHV THURSDAY Br CKISCIHT MEN INC. prophet Isaiah, to his people cut city. your reward. i
He had a certain roguish charm and I was far too
r. O. lOX ITS
who had been devastated by St. Augustine is Ideally situ- Tarpon fishing Is done dur
Gauss Covi Sramos. FLORIDA intent watching the perfectly formed smoke rings he
world war. Dostoevsky tells of ated for all types of fishing, ing the summer months, the
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was puffing into the air between us to protest that he was
._. SPIIMI, PIOHIM right the ocean witha best places being kept Just inside '
S Cure PMTMI Mil AT DUNN Carl Russian who "only believedin being on
sitting: on my freshly cleaned and pressed jacket."What's .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES good harbor and Inlet. ThereIs the Inlet, rivers and har
new' he asked me. Ood in the night" Was it
ONE! TEAR It: ADVANCE .... .. ... . .... . .. SOO fear that him faith In a tidewater river, a part of bor. Some, too, are taken just
TWO VKtKI IN ADVANCE .... . .......... **. This is not an unusual question and I am constantly gave the Intracoastal Waterway, off shore They teem to follow'
part perhaps but it have
,
; may
constrained to answer it with the suggestion that anything that runs parallel with the the shrimp boat in from sea
been which
the great stars
I know that's new will appear in the pages of the next ocean, the entire length of the and feast on the trach fish that
daylight hides from sight. The
issue of The Crescent In this case I didn't know whetherto county, with another inlet a are thrown overboard, as nets
night unveils the depths of the
Gamed
Still to Be ignore him or hear him out, since I recognized it more few miles south. Then, to the are cleaned. Therefore, the best
heavens
u the day does not.
as a preamble than a question. west we are gifted with the big bait would be a small dead fish.
A night with clear, cool stars
In a very simple and direct introduction to "Four Days, St. John fresh water river, Use strong tackle, plenty line
spread the vast
"Ootta weed he asked then, carefully flicking the across space
President Howard while to the south Is Pellicer eight foot wire leader and No.
The Historical Record of the Death of Kennedy, Dr.
ashes of the weed he was smoking Into the cup of his other of the heavens, fills a thoughtful
Bruce Catton has described something of the American attitude Creek which: is both salt and Nine hook. Tarpon run unusually -
hand and then, unceremoniously, dumping the litter on A story from "Church Man mind with a serene wonder
when John Kennedy took office as president. fresh. Havlni such a large variety large here, since this Is
and awe-struck hush. Just
the floor. agement" tells of a child spending an :
of waters there is always a good feeding ground. A national
". . we thought we were growing old," Catton writes, her first night away from so it is with the dark places -
tired "No," I said, "I haven't a weed. Do dump asheson good fishing. record of 174 poundswas
"We had lived through hard experiences and we were you home. The thoughtful hostess of life, its sorrow and its lone-
and out of our weariness came caution, suspicion, and the the floor at home" heard her at the bedside liness, if we are unafraid and Deep sea fishing is usually caught here In the river.If .
prayer of the larger like to cast locations
crippling desire to play it safe. We became so worried "Sure, we all do." lIe cackled triumphantly. tucked her In and then clear-seeing. When our eyesget done from one you surf
charter boats. These boats supply in St. Augustine are
about what we had to lose that we never began to think "What other parlor tricks do you"all perform at home" asked whether she should leavea used to the dark we see and
tackle and lures ideal. You need a long
rod
about what still to be gained, and sometimes it lookedas truths invisible and hidden guide,
was The "We all got drunk last week," he said, eyeing the butt light on in the hall near the by go nine to 25 miles off shore say nine feet, botto'mrig and

If we were becoming a nation of before fuddy-duddies.and of his weed as If he were afraid to see my reaction. girl's bedroom. "No," said the da,. and fish over reefs and wrecks, shrimp is a good bait If you
faster than we were
world was moving ever
at all because we "How often do you go to school" I asked him. child, well trained in a Chris- "Watchman, what' of the where fish abound. During the mind getting wet. wear waders
beginning to regret that it was moving "
were afraid where it might take us." "Go to school and work too." tian home, "I'm" not scared. It'lGod' night?" the prophet Isaiah was summer, trolling is done for Bridge and pier fishing is a

dark. asked. "The morning cometh, sailfish, king mackerel, barracuda popular sport. Use your own
"What work do do?
This mood this caution this suspicion, this crippling you
,
and also the night . .," he dolphin, cobia, bonito, tackle but rentals are sold at
desire to play it safe still enshrouds too many of us. "Same as my paw." Longer and profounder sermons
replied. Elsewhere he In the winter
have tried to deal helpfully added, jacks and sharks. site
Here in Clay County we face, In the next decade, a "And what would that be?" with the problem of human "Neither fear ye their fear, weather permitting, bottom If you like fresh water fishing -

dozen social revolutions as sure as death and taxes: indus- "To the dairy," he said "We get welfare too." suffering, but none have nor be afraid." There is a rhythm fishing is done for sea bass, just to our west Is the

tralllzatlon, integration, new faces, new ideas, new ways. I told him I thought that was splendid done It better. When the nightof of light and shadow in grouper, snapper and numerous beautiful St. John, with its

In our State and County and municipal governmentswe "You know that lemme history, in nature and in hu- kinds of smaller fish. placid waters and creeks with
store . say, have a weed frustration, sorrow and suffering
have men and women whose integrity and leadership'we man life. It is the way and In the salt water river and overhanging trees.. Here you
wlllya. You gotta whole pack'of 'em there on 'your desk comes, one might well
have only recently vouchsafed. They have no require- recall that It is indeed "Ood's will of God. Above all things, Inlets, fishing Is done from catch baas, perch, bream, etc.

ment to canvass the voters every time they act. we must avoid the infectionof smaller outboard or row boat Any of the local fish camps
I told him they were reserved. dark. This means that, in
fear. Surely he Is blind who These obtained from of will advls concerning tackle,
Their acts should be open, motivated by what Is still are any
do
"You know that store, that old . some ways we not wholly
of does not see that a divine purpose the many fish camps. The camp bait and best place
to be gained, and by the inevitability change. "How old are you?" I asked him. understand, Ood's wisdom and
and plan worked will advise what thou who have their
being For
are operator type
"The crippling desire to play it safe" will cripple:our "I'm eight,. second grade, too. Say, don't you want to love are in it. God does not ,
out In human world. Until and where best outboard beats
our fish are biting own launchingcan
progress. Our Little Eatln's will become like the fabled know what me and a girl did In that old store with no send specific sufferings upon
man Is wise enough to see to go. If you don't have tackle, be made at the marinas,
English rotten boroughs when progress passed them by and winders last night?" each person But each lives un-
that plan and humble enoughto will oblige. They also sell launching and
they county ramps
they were peopled only by those who were so worried about I told him I did not want to know der conditions where the nightof
follow it there will be the bait which is usually of the fish
up- proper some camps.
what they had to lose they never began to think about I got up and left the office, feeling somewhat sick at suffering always comes. Only heaval and disaster.
what is still to be gained. my stomach. so can the finest qualities be

On the way to Orange Park, I picked up, against the developed in man. No pain, no Many surprises await us.

persistent admonition of my wife, another young man gain. "Nothing ever grows Things will happen with startling '
"Where are you ,going" I asked him. where the son is always shining Helm
suddenness
PrayerThe "Back to college," he said "Three more months and ," say the Arabs; constant ; changes will

I'll have my degree." sunshine makes a desert be radical. We are entering

"World Day of Prayer" that will be observed "Cigarette I asked him, proffeerlng a packet of weeds. Leslie Weatherhead says another age another era. Let Funeral ,Home

across the nation tomorrow should remind us of the "No, I thank you," he said casually. that during the recent war us be unafraid, God Is over all.

things for which we may be thankful and of the things in "What after college" when London was being bombed "Behold I make all things\ new"
which we seek guidance. "The Philippines," he said, "I'm going In the Peace .k 4I CHARLES HELM
one evening his children was a great Bible word, when
Those things for which we may give thanks in >prayerare Corps.
too numerous to mention; but basically they are that I looked at him with undisguised admiration. He lookedfor came running"Dad Into the house the world was falling to pieces, Funeral Director
saying: there's been a
we are endowed with the right to worship and think and all the world like an ad for the Peace Corps. blackout to be remade after another pat
and for the first time
\ speak as we feel right; we are endowed with a rich land "I think it'. great," I told him. "How did you happento we saw the stars." tern. Only a creative faith can Phone 284-9C96;

I and a people of industrial genius which always makes fora pick the Peace Corps" be equal to days such as these
rising standard of education and of creating and working. "Well," he said squirming a little, "most people don't "And I will give thee the GREEN COVE: SPRINGS. FLORIDA

' Of those things for which we need guidance, there are understand and, well, you probably won't either The fact treasures of darkness,that thou days of the right hand of IIWT. K EAST r. O. BOX 441 f

many: the ambivalence with which we regard the rest of is I've had a pretty rough time getting thru college I just -( mayest know the Lord, which Ood.

< the world: first as a group of nations we must teach and feel I have an obligation Besides," he added, as an afterthought

ahow how to live the good life the abundance of The Oreat "it won't hurt me when I take on a family of

Society; and then as our wards, meddling in their Internal my own to know something of the world. My travels thus

affairs. far have been shoestring stuff with my thumb in the air.

Certainly there are many things on the homefront ont I've got time to settle down and in the meantime I can

which we need guidance Basic among them is how can see for myself there are people who've had it a lot worse Have Peace of Mind

. 'we learn to live with our fellow man. than I have.. -

I left him at the north edge of Orange Park turned

around and returned to Oreen Cove without accomplishing

the small mission for which I had gone Far more Importantly

Lela May Jennings Off urn my faith In the innate decency and perceptivity of

young America had received 'a massive lift
TAX
The sudden death this week of Lela May Jennings Odum.

at 4i, must come as a tragic blow not only to her family Deductible!

and friends but also to Orange Park, the community she RE SAFEPLAY

served as a civic leader for so many years. llIetters to tile Ebitor SAFE PROTECT

Born to wealth and a proud heritage, Mrs. Odum's interests :

ranged from teaching Sunday School at the Orange -: :- I DEPOSIT! POUR

Park Methodist Church to the Orange Park Garden Club The Clay County Crescent:

and Library; and to the Parent-Faculty and Band associations SAFE POXES

of the Orange Park High School. Congratulations on your fine editorial and your effortsto "' VALUAHLES

The loss of any young woman with such a backgroundand educate those who for one reason or another resent : :

sense of public service and future work is a loss It any changes In their communities. ,' : ;. .i' \d. -f :
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seems doubly tragic her Illness was not soon enough diagnosed :
- If Green Cove does one day become a thriving healthy
to give her a fighting chance. .
community for working men and young families again :

..rww..wwPr.saws..w.awwwx.xwnNN""N" . ..w"w wwaiw.x"aaNia.wwx"w.wwxwJOIINS your paper will deserve a r'Pat.deal. of the credit .

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Orange Park,. Florida ,". We have recently added another section of \

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Country ,Garden Club l Socials


I Meeting Held Last 'Week Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mala 't

berger, of Atlanta, Oa. stoppedon
Monday afternoon enrouteto
Members of the Country Lakeland to call on Mn A.

Garden Club of Doctors Inlet- OF WOMAN'S CLUB W, pierce: by MRS ANNn STERLING '
Middleburg Jut week voted tosend MEETS TODAY .
a cub donation to Sun- Director of Consumer Relation
The Orange Park Woman's y Mn Margaret Nelson spent
land Training Center. s u 1J M ,,1. Y Mrs r x for the Professional Laundry
Club will hold their monthly last week In St. Petersburg at* I
Meeting at the home of Mrs. meeting this morning In the tending, with other home I

A. B. Hendrix members of the clubhouse. Mrs. Selwyn Chalgerwill demonstration agent from Sfflmg Park Tim fee I/CM Swat. .The piece-good department
club beard Miss Kalhy Sample be the speaker, throughout the state, a state an a maize of colon, textures, and designs that tempt the home sewer I
Into starting/ her Spring and Summer wardrobe.
of Jacksonville speak on flow Nutritional The selection of types
Workshop concerned of fabrics on the market t41ay .U endless and like fabrics wed It
er propagation. with food fallacies, current Tesdy.-rode.garments it is ImAaiibl for the home seamstress to know
The March meeting of the OF FIRST BAPTIST GA.* research on obesity and on diet what Inn buying by looking and
HAVE ANNUAL DINNER feeling Too often the color tax shirts would shrink' only 1 to 3*.
club win be held in relation to atherosclerosisand .
on March 11
This knitprocess
lure, and pattern to b* used Influence packed
at the tome of Mrs. A. S. I The GA. of the Pint Bap. r nutrition In chronic dlseise. the selection of the fabric that cuts
Reinoehl. Each member is I tilt Church of Orange Park d st t ; while the horn down on shrink'
asked to i had their fourth Annual Progressive sewer should also ag* Is also being
bring a plant she has
I
used la knit
dinner party, Saturday take Into COlialdcr.tioll sleepwear m
raised. u Miss Jane Ridley, a student how for adults
At last week's meeting Mrs. night, Feb. 27th. The appetiser at St. Johns River Junior College i the finished gar and children.
I was served at the ElbertOreen' ment Is to N Read the labels
Charlea Hlsler and Mn. Bert spent the weekend with carefully when
on Drs. Lake"Drive, cared for The
Busbee acted a* co-hostesses her parents Mr. and Mrs mfonniUon u to buying knit underwear and sleep
salad the Bill Lovetfs
Fifteen members and a visitor, natJ on Th eheerleaden gang rap *a the "Htn|* Jack***. Wanda Westrldt. Standing (L-r.) Junes Ridley, the can of the wear. If In* fabric Is untreated. for
River Rd.. Main Course at the fabrics U II will be
tucked shrinkage still
usually into necessaryto
deep
Mrs. erin Her, Jerry Jaeksoa. Pictured abev lessen
Touchton. daughter of Mary Eloise McBe and Josephine
Claude Saunder's op Moody Mrs C. the bolt of material when you do buy the Item a six or two larger
Mrs. J. A.Adam, wen present Rd. and the dessert at the am Mated (l-r.) Martha Roger. 'Jerry Fere. (Crescent Photo by i B Taylor) Dr. and M. Dum- not ase It and naturally this In but if th* shrinkage has been con

On April 1,1,12 and 14. the Curtis Sewell's on Oak Rd. blule!. of Pleasant Point have tot formation stays at the store. A trolled then purchase the correct
I of time and work Into
club will sponsor a course in Mn Joel Payne Counselor and "Hail as their guests Dr. and Mrs the making of an outfit goes and to 5faw 0* r. 7. Lists . Any)
flower arrangement at the Arlene Braden assistant, ac- Clay High Faculty Play, the Hun- J. R. Thomas of Griffin Oa keep It looking s* chic as when beautiful table setting can be
Doctor Inlet home of Mrs S. I eompalned the you have Just completed It the ruined by, an unsightly/ stain on
group.CHICKEN garment Must have lilt table I linens. Improper can oC
X. Rlckenon. who win act aa kering Hero" Enthusiastically Received Mr. and Mn William H R.adlnthe label to proper know car what soiled linens can result In per
Instructor. Reed spent the weekend as you'to buying and how <*> can manent stains that cannot be n. .
DINNER the guest of Dr. and Mn W for It Is Just a* Important in moved. Immediate. attention fc..
A chicken dinner will be "HaD. the Hunkering Hero", Maw !Bchnorkey! Helen Greene; Helen Greene, Richard Oreene, H. Todd In St. Petersburg. eeleotinf hOme sewing fabrics u many simple stain on common.
sponsored, the Methodist the first play presented by Paw Schnorkel. Richard It Is ready-mad apparel. Read the washable fabrics can often be
DE MOLAY MEETING by Asbury ever Jerry Roseberry Keith Alford labels carefully and writ down treated successfully at home large
ST. ,JOHNS CHATTER Church on Saturday the Clay High School faculty Greene; Coach O'Brother. Jerry and John Neeley, Quite naturally Carl Oreer of Jersey City. special instructions for future re- and difficult stains, stains on linens
March I. from 4:00: pjn. til took place last Thursday evenIng Roeeberry; Dr. Slunk. Keith the cheerleaders playedby ference.0yfeg. of unusual ,.brlcl. or unknown
N. J., was the guest last week
Then will be a regular Too: pjn. at the Dr. Inlet Civic Feb. 33 In the Green Cove Alford; Myrt BUrt. Joan Pte Mary Jensen, Eloise: McBee, of Ma aunt, Mn Pearl Brooker Celfe. JTWl IV* S *" and stains sent should to a be professional left to the laundry experts

stated meeting of St. Johns : Center. Donations lUG for Spring Junior High School chlk; ttotus Schmorg-u. Marl Martha Rogers Josephine Peru and cousins In Green Cove I > < An you still:t".In.t" men*! and for special attention and care
Chapter. Order of De Molay, adults 50c for children under auditorium under the direction Aaron; Fletcherwltt John Nee and Wanda Westrldge madea toys' cotton a size Meal Juices will usually com out
the sure of 10. Menu Fried of Mis Ana Attaway. ley; Rattenatall. Bill Heney; I << Tuesday evening March 9, great hit with the audience. will
I fit after lanndermgT Well, 1&r In cold water laundering.Butter .
1963, In the Green Cove Springs I Chicken Green Beans Cole Jerry Jackson played the College Girl. Clara Brookover; Ushers and usherettes for DO longer necessary for the new spots :n.I washed US

Maaonle Building ,Slav Rolls and Butter Bev hero. Clifford Schnorkel, a Annovneer. Tommy nils; the evening wen: Nancy Kelly, Cloy CountyServICemen shirts breech lilt knees because warm suds. However chocolate
er.... Cheerleader Mary Jensen of a sew process which' controlsthe and coco stains should be soaked
All memben country bumpkin who rose to Pat Bryan Randy Ounr and
an urged to shrlnCage of cotton kilts. Manufacturers la cold borax water. for aa hour
attend the stated meeting fame on the gridiron for Oil Eloise: McBe. Martha Rogers Jay DeRoaler Eddie Taylor of ,hors knitwear have before washing In warm soap suds

which an held on the second BILLS HARD TO PAY lotto Tech., with gnat comedy Josephine Peres. Wanda Wet and Eddie Peeplea served on been. yftrlmentlng for years and' Remove any excess spills of egg
and fourth presence keeping his audience ridge; Football Players Perry the set committee. Local bust an ndP marketing the wnJerwsarthat with a dull knife and soak la; cold
Tuesday eveningsat !Ben! things no longer Is especially treated reduc
you to : water before washing In warm suds,
Jim Howard
730: pjn.: use through Inexpensive In a happy frame of mind Norwood. Ramsey, nesses who assisted with the ",,. ," i 't" "' shrinlsge. Th Certined Washable" A tipped over glass of milk will
.
Keep our chapter alive and Classified ads and get quick from the first act to the closing Ctoes,Tommy Malloy. set were: Branson Furniture ( 'H ,. .' .' \ """ Seal Laboratory, of Th American leave a protein slain' unless It to
I curtain. Supporting role which deserve Store, Care,'. Trading Post and .t institute of Laundering has tested thoroughly rinsed out of the cloth
rowing.. cash. CaD ace 4-3144 now. I +: both the mated and untreated. lull In cold water before regular launching. .
Othen In the cast wen: special m.nUolart: LaRue Corporation. r lee shirts on the market today., Make sun )that your llnenian
f. They found that the untreated tee crisp, fresh and free from
NOW OPEN j shirts would shrink as much as I lib stains by giving all spots tile special! '
New Licensed Nursing Home JOHN, SWEAT i while lie specially mated It* _attention they need Q9CHURCH
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24 Hour Nursing Car for Aged Organizational MeetingOf Services for John Dawson k

Registered Lieeme )II...... Sweat who died last Friday w EDDIE TAYLOR NOTICE

Fir*..... AlrCnaitliiedReasonable after a brief Illness, wen held A
Local Little League MEETS FIRST LADY CHRISTIAN arirftCESOCIETY
Rat*. Sunday afternoon at DeCoy

VT* Invite Your Inspection Baptist Church of which he
.' 11 SMth CDy Bead Rufus Tucker: president of It Is hoped that all managers, was a member, The Rev. Con Edward M. Taylor, son of Cr. E. HeasUn 81 A

Stark Florida the Green Cove Spring Little pannta, coaches and anyone ale Johnson and Jack Hall Mr. and Mn. Edward D Taylor N. Magnolia ",..

League announce) that then. Interested !In the Little League officiated of Green Cove attended GREEN COVE SPRINGS

STAKE NURSING HOME will be a meeting on Friday program will plan to attend Sweat, a nUred employ of the VISTA Volunteers In FLORIDA
i evening st T.JO: o'clock to make this meeting the State Road had
rbe.. MI-4ST1 H. A. Bennett, AdminUtraUr Dept Service To America) in Bt Mania 7, INS
I plans for the coming season. Plans will be announced later, mad his home for twenty yean
Petersburg last Friday Biibjwtl MANrni
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with a nephew, Leo Sweat.
1 y lie also leaves two sisters, John F. Dodd. son of Mr Mrs Lyndon D. Johnson wife

Miss Annie and Mn. Martha: and Mn. Fred a Dodd of Keystone ., of the President of the United

I B. Boetwlck both of Ore n Heights' was commlssloned States presented the diplomasto

t Cove; and two !brothers W. A. a second lieutenant In the graduating 01.... t f''t NJ
Sweat of Sanford! and T. H\.. the Air Force when he gradu
Sweat of Seville. sled at Officer Training Schoolat Eddie: president of the State
411 Club Council was one of
Lackland AFB, Tx.
Pall beam were Ray Mc'
the Invited guest and met Mr.
Kee, M. F. Williamson Joe 14. Dodd. selected for OT8
Attend : Hunter B. Wllkenon, I. H. through competitive ....mlna.'Ion. 9y Johnson.Grant II*Godwin wsa accompanied associate CALL THE CRESCENT

Williams and A. Baker. Burial I Ia being assigned to James
But 4-H Club agent and Mn
was In DeCoy cemetery. Connally AFB Tex. for training
Mary Head Vic president of PHONE 284-3166
\ I Helm Funeral Horn was In as a navigator He la a )
the council
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/ charge of arrangements. irsduate of Bradford High
-- School, and earned his B. A. : '--- .

CHURCH SERVICES : CARD or THANKS at idle Bob, 8 Jones C. University, Oreen List iwClay County Property wIth I

W* wish to thank all our
Frank W. Drown
friends the Rev. Jack Hall and

the Rev Connie Johnson and
w AM is..
RUMIAGE
the Helm Funeral Home for
At their many kind expressions of bgYles,1 lid 1MaM less? .

sympathy, food and flowers IS* VJL Eftrftwejr It On*** rut
during the illness and deathof SALE ne iN4.NNE's -

our uncle. John Dawson
NOW AVAILABLE EVILNESS FBOFEBTT4M

The Church of Your Choice Sweat Leo Sweat and family. .....".1.' ..0.Al DOES liN A.M. (lust f4 Neflsi freaUge*f Green M V.Cv/. Hlifcway Springs)IT

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The Twentieth i. : '
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-. Man's Greatest Triumphs J-M Executives' WivesWhile ". .. t BDWUi! POPIYI Bud Sagtndort

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Johns-ManviUe executives from New York, Denl- l' .;.I., .' i. BIN U.S.SAVINGS

son TeiM Green Cove and waypolnts last week Inspected xAAN ik .. BONDS -TO
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j the company's new Green Cove plant their wives met with :' ....... .. Jokers . . . ,511 32 UNDERWRITE
a small of Green Cove Kingfishers
group women .'".. Untourhables . . 51 34 YouR COUNTRY;

1 e . 'WI"V_ Champions . . . tll 42 MIGHT
I ).., Professors . . 4H* 48J*
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Lr Drivers .
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4. . .. ;Io, .". .., .( J Balls . . 29 M'
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.s ., e. ... ; The Kingfishers now trail by
+ 10<" \.e'. 2 games as the Jokers won two
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Walter VIUIIHIIC, reporter for t 1;\: while the Kingfishers were win. cC
"The Twentieth Century" TV y ning three from the Professors
series, shown at the Berlin ,*** Bill Dunnavant's 55S set 212
Wall during the filming of
one episode single, Doc Turners 210 single,
, I In picture 4 are, L to r.t Mrs. G. II. Martens, whose 528 set. and Loel Judy's 207
Ii Q husband la a J-M vice president; and Mrs. Hrae. single were highs for the men.
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A nice 492 set by Mary Everett aw a"W.,5.M..e I",Ir/
i "The Twentieth Century" TV series now In its eighth
year of sponsorship by The Prudential Insurance Company, I topped the women-, 1
(CBS-TV, Sunday evenings) Is one program that has no r .< mumnnnllUmUlUlllll lU mIlllII lJllIUlUmnllll1mmIUUIDII1lJlUllUllllllnIllIlUlII: :
I fear of running out of material r n
in man's history and a "cold
I. Based on the great stories' war" unparalleled in history. John's Radio & TV
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and the great men of the Twentieth
The
t Century,the program hat Twentieth Century has
I a limitless supply of exciting been a century of great men:
material to draw on This century Winston Churchill, Albert Binstein. I d dFranklin '. f"y' C' RCA -l::- ZENITH
now approaching' the two- Thomas Edison In picture 1 are, L to r.t Mrs. Jack Hesse whose husbandis ,
t thirds mark, Is filled with in which Roosevelt.live The the times I J-M's Green Cove plant manager Mrs Robert Orth and II- ;jj' AMANA NOROE APPLIANCES
we are most \
greater triumphs and tragediesthan dramatic, the most exciting, Mrs. John McCartj, wives of J-M vice presidents -
any full century in the On All Makes d Jloieli
history of man. Is the age and the most swift-moving <\ 1 N Experienced Sentce
of the atom Jtt e jet. It times in the history of man. I SERVING CLAY COUNTY OVER II TEARS
is the age of space travel. There are a thousand stories "' -e-e-
, This is the century which in the events of our times 24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs
e brought mankind the electric that would defy the Imagination r if
I light, the radio, the telephone of the greatest novelistsplaywrights Phone 284-3122
and television. It is the century I and poets Andthese eOWnnlnln I0001un0LIi001EI00HIIHIIIIOIEOIOS800IEHHRIHRUHE00594jj 03B
of wonder drugs and vac. are the stories which pro
cines.It vide the sub feet matter for the
j is also the century which Pru's "The Twentieth Century"TV In picture 5 are L to r.l Mrs Joan Temple, secretaryto
saw the most destructive war series week after week. Carl Bennett Florida district pipe sales manager for
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BLONDII Chic Young 'Vernon Green
neer In J-M', pipe division.
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CONTRIBUTION YOU IN VOUR FUTURE eM
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OUR FUTURE COUNTRY'S IS TO BONDS ".

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r In picture I are, L to r,t Mrs. Dan Shaw, whose husband
0 Is superintendent of the Green Cove Yarn Co., County Tax
Assessor Louise Smith and Mrs. Ben Zellner, wife of the
City Managers COIN OPERATED



DRY'CLEANING

.: .... "' In picture are L to r.l Mn. Orth with Mrs. Look L.
e al.,a"..,S.N.N. M. Iwo.i eM1.I.N1 NN,NI,. Irl
i Hartley, wife of State Rep. Huntley and Mrs E. B. Taylor 824 North Orange Avenue GREEN COVE InL"Gt

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All Types of Backhoe and Fr.nt-End Loader Work Mods. Thur and Fri.
March 111 and U
Ditch Digging Tree and Stump Removal Fill Dirt Hauling and Grading


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Mlalnuff. ESTATE: OP HENRI VAN PRINTED SUPPLIES 'CUN ITURK OFFICE: EQUIPMENT

CONDITIONING y.. BANUT, dacawadNOTICB _
BEVERAGESPAUL'S REAL ESTATE RAYMOND JOSEPH WYNNB or FILING PETITION
AIR BASK FURNITURE CO.
et uz. Defendants. FOR FINAL DlttCHAKOK OF W. the
rive you AMERICAN
NOTICB or SUIT EXbClTHlX.: Fine Fnraltore

MILBERGER THE STATE Or J'LOJUDA-To: Notice la haraby (Ivan that 1have beet possible job Carpeting AppllaareekOompMe OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
TWIN REALTY RAYMOND JOSEPH XVLMNK flied my patlllon for dla- printing.
sacs Kind Itr.. Aaartm.nt 1-D irlbutlon and for final dlMhara. on rout Horn FurnlahlogaSloths
REFRIGERATION Jackson H.I....,.. New York a. axarutrlx of the Estate of Our service will Rrmrwlt Blvd. Lloyd 1:. Jones Jr. Owner
Hilda T. ,Neth You are' hereby ootlfl.d thata Hanrl Van ZandU daca d, an.l and Jacksonville IV 1-4411
suit kes baa filed against that on MIreS I*. "l&. I will amy please you .
All Legal Beverage Realtor yell la th. above ent'tled cau., to the Honorahl Tticma 1Htvara our prices will be Specialist In
SERVICE and that you are .keraby roulrad *- County Jud a of Clay TRAILERS
file with ord.rof reasonable.. Office Supplies and
to your anaw r
& RENTAL & SALES th* Clark of loll Ccurt, and to diatrlbntlon' aadffor Sisal dla.chare .
Pacemaker and Homette
C..I........ Open I A.M.to1A.M. serve a copy tker..t upon thePlaialltts a* a*. rutrl of th. will CALL US FOR ALL Office Equipment
Lie ... R.feISsnlto. ft ACREAGE ft LOTS attorney. w k Gas of Manrl Van lan.lt. d o aaad.Laura Norris for Travel
II..H.N I.fvlee I
Nan landtEsarulrll PRINTED MATTERCLAT
rem and tddrva la:
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1 S. Palmetto ptreet BRYANT. PKKEMAN.H1CHARDHON Used TrallerBar k Financing Complete Line of Greeting
Dual County Line Residential Commercial WATSON 1-11. 11. 15.4 Ion Roosevelt Blvd.
Phone COUNTY CRESCENT
Home Ist.I, Ill Barnalt. Bank Building Card
North ef Orange Park Indavtrlal .
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. In.
Jackionvllla I. Mlorldenot .
Bosinem Phone S84-95S1 TNMOYS.Tv '
Saving Greater day Coaaty .latar' than. March. IS, A.D. IV THB JIIH1W COI HT, CI.AY or (01 STY, Phone 384.31/6 FT I-IS1I 5455-87 Park St.. Jerkaonvlll

lilt.1C fall do ; Daora FLOKIIIt, II: FMOBVIK.
APPLIANCES BOVn Notary PmaBePHONE you to so *
Pro Confaaao will b* antaratlaaralnat In ra: Bital of -.

yen for th* roUat .d. NELL.IR K. ROUR1CK b .. ...... OLDER AMERICANS----> -
TV APPLIANCE manded In tits ComnUlnL * 1
Office XS4-SU1 Tha salon of a'd stilt being To all creditors and liaraonabavins ,
,SERVICEWe INLET MARINA for th. foreclosure of Morl.... claims tr demands lef, leisure Be Your Guide
Hems M4-MM enrumb.ntng The pro".rt and ...In.. said aatata I
Repair All Brand er.mlara )located In Clay Co nly You and each of you' are her.. 1---- Ill II
Servicing Clay CountyFor Orange Avo. S. at Bay .. Florida daarrtbad a* follow.' by notified and required to pr*. I
MERCURY OUTBOARDS lx>t Eleven 1111. ninrk Pour.teen aanl any clalnia and d.mamla !
Green Cove Spring*
Sixteen Yean (Ill, MKAtH\BUKK, which you or sitter of you may
MERCRUISER SERVICE Unit 1. according to pint liter- I ha.. .,.In.1 tha slats of Nallla
Orange Park Ph. 364.1315FULLERTON'S UPHOLSTERY of recorded In Plat IKok 1, K.-: Kodrlck. d........, late of sold
aroa. I*. of Ih* current publicrixorda I'nunly, to the County Judge of
BOATS TRAILERS of Clay County Florida : Clay Ccuaty, Florida: at hi* of* A *r,tcel Your Doctor ol MtlldiM.Your .

I n4.. In Ih. court houa nf said Loral...,...VUdiral. SorlXf aad th. ., .
'I rionda' .1 A.mtoiloa.'
.AND AUtO the fnllowlnc darrlbad ;
OUTBOARD REPAIR County at Orrn Cove HprlneaHorlda \ 1 X.
IIIOP
A UPHOLSTERY It..m. of a<'III'|>m.ni nowloratad I within al ln c lndnr 1
S4 N. Orange Are. In or unnn th. shove I month from the tlm. of Ih. DRUG STARuARDSt HIGH I
Green COT Spn. SS4-4I44 Hwy. 17 Orange Park lit Avenue ......1'1".... pr.ml...a: flrat publication of Ihla nonce, Ted rf
Pane Z44-t4 Magnolia 1* Inch Aaro fan In hlehenPr.nt Two eopla of ...." claim or d". Drugore produce understntlahll ,rl i l i ii
Green Cere Spring Water. Haler Modclxt.wart mad .hall t* In wrltlnc, and of purity and uniformity ,
ACCOUNTING it shall aha plats rf r.."'.n".
I state
I Phone SI4-S1I4 Warn r*........ wall ..n"10..' off). aildraaa. of t". in! strength, and taunt
INSURANCE liaaUr MotUI OR.r/ K be reliable. These standardsan
: claimant and shall b. sworn toby I
REED ACCOUNTINGAND FURNITURE M dells Oil nrumTarmadnr the claimant' hla aaant or einfurcMl by laws and manufacturer .
CANVAS WORK ... wall hratr u bath attorney and accompanied by a must live up to
Mn RR.Itl-l OOOW flllna: fa* of ona dollar, and such them. Yet even the mOlt in.no10005 II
BOAT TOPS CUSHIONS WITVKWI my hand and veal. claim or demand not so Iliad i
FRANK mono nf .,,'M r..nrt 01 !(peen Cu.. hall b. void. drug may carry the I
TAX SERVICE SLIPCOVERS MADE ...,'.... 401., O.t. F1or''<*a. /aRamual C. R. Clayton, potentiality of producing an l
Lisle Kenney. Owner Special Agentlaanraar "New Furniture IMa' NA dcv .t P.hruary.' A.,I).. .. aiacutcr of ,". tool undesirable reaction in a certain I
tea .. .
Will. " "'8.' of Individual.
1 N. Orange Are. Oreen Cave vrt k Pra..al 5.rvlosComplete with the Old ComrorCo \." fEAThOlYbROpi 64.111. R, llmlrk-k d. 1 i 'a
: T. (O"'III',1eM'.II eaaaad, The UN of a lif. .eving drug
TeL 214.1721Personalized Insoranco Coverage A. HUMMELCLASSIFIED ne Cirrnn "ni Firm publKat'on F.Lnns'v I I'. la a calculated flak. There lain
ServicesAccounting "." Muni. rin'1A.Dv mn t'ti ti, 1.1. 11 general 1 IMO danger. from
LITEk: FIRE: AUTO t'IvIq' n. *.OhmDenuy
u Cloth the reaction of a needed drug

HOMEOWNERS {.It. II, II. I.. IN THE: CIRCUIT COIMIT OF than there U from the disease.
& Tax ADSFOR THE FOURTH JU1MCIA1 A physician "who prescribe a
MORTGAGE LOANS
Returns CIHCl'IT, IN AND FOR CLAY drug mud have assurance that '
HOSPITALIZATION II! THB lnCHT COIN 1Aklt COUNTY,: /.>)mVA.IUVlCtlMIOIe the drug U precisely what itU :
Per RENT Motel room. roM CLAY tOlMlrLUMIUA. '. 11 Jules Verne would have haled ]Jet travel H. knew that the

Business Firms & Phone I Green Cove II4-154S Weekly or monthly rates rea It IHANlluMVn BANK OF JACK.suNVLllr. supposed to be.Standard. world should be loured at a leisurely pace.Rome .
.. and
_Individuals_ JaekaenvUIo 1>>.1111 .....,... Rtverrlew Motel. S TiLE: WILLIAMMULKOH eeia: BAVINGS ...rorpurallun. a Florida' baking strength are* of established purity at . u .I they lay,__was._ lot built.tin. day. So one should

DANK a cariwraltun Plain Ii If. conventions of physicians, ISKS si tart raven) .
milts north of Green Cove
Antlajweo Used FarnltnroCAUEY'S J'lalnlUf r.ANNIE.It. MIM.Rll. ptvirmarUU. and other scientist it. The lure and lore.urliIlit" |. Tour which rum from 50 to 56
MILK formerly
DFLHERYW.D.Morris
t-4Ue
Black Creek.
at
Springs MiL.TON If food for icvcrat evening
o. MORTON *i tic ANNIK H 'CAUNKM. *. Standardised, drugs of.norapted day and vlilli' Fnglind Holland
h.fende0la50,11s 11..nllo.t. therepeutio value are thought. P.u.e lung nwigh-in Oermtny, Swltterlsnd, Italy, '
WANTED TO BUY or si IT NOTIlBl or HIT called official drug and are Pompeii to trice (he snvlint: Monaco and France. In line with.

FLORIDA TRADERS Win pay up U 'U." far ro- I THE MILTON STATE O MORTON or 1'1lJltllJA-T.1 and THE STATE OF FU>III>A-TOlAnai : lilted In the U.S. Pharmacopeia. wagon run that hove marked the th. leliurely' p.ce, th.'group II,!

alrablo prlght plane*. I will ELISE: 1. HOHTUN. kla wife B. Millr, U. .. NavalUlallon esrth for ciniurlet. Look long at ull from New York instead' of 1
Oreen c... Sprtef nocitUIS alee recondition piano for I r..ld.no. and .0141'.. unknoonYou Hog If, far. Fl.al Post The tint Isau of the phar-- Piu'i Itinlng tower-you' will! flying. t
E. Palmer .... Tt SMStMAaUejne Distributor your are hereby nollflnd thai "U.... New York N Y. emi nwonpela "was published In not tee In like l s .in. Don'l
yo.. For appolatment or Information a suit has bran '11... ...In.t YOU ARk IIEItHUY: : NOTIHIi.li and ten count the minute 'in Cologne Thei loon, specially designed' ] >
*) M. Orange Arena yon In Ika above ntitlil that a cull .haa. lice fllad aaalnal IMO" : every yearsattsr
tauaa for .
phoae or write T. W. and chat rOl\ ara hereby 1''.. rail In the abo". ."tllI d "... that a review! .issue. keptIt 1 et the perfume of the city waft mature traveler, drew tenIbly
TeL 11I-"" All Jersey Milk McCkllan. 21 8. IStH !St.Palatka. I rt1.t t ill. tirl'aae.r wilt I and lhal you ar'* hereby.' ri|"lr.dIn up to date. Hinco IMO it you Itluirely on your ..y. Never paced . slops athold
Oranee Park it. of ) 'nunS, and 10 '11. your .n...., with lha ha ben issued _1"live merely peek at panorama.tnJtnUnJtbly aiceulble to a city' poinisof
BasndUg Ken TeL S44-4BJ1 For Florida. Phone East 1 ear,.. a .ropy lk>r''of'. upon lb.i'IalallfY. .: Clark af tkla Caurt and lo **rv* years. TIle ofcj ct ol tho pharmacopeia of tours, too Intern), ample good food

Jacksonville S-54M. 3.4,11. U. Sl-p nam and address altornar I.: whose a hCalnlitr.: upon altornry lha,pUinlllfcr ''whuaasam : { stet the editors, .la few tourists h... the' time to see amiable tom sn osehip, and lime

IIHVA.ST. FHEKMAN, and .1141'... In: Thimiaa to select from among substances Europe it It should' ha seen But to re i. Mr. Verne himself didat
Blending A Conine ... HOME DELIVERYCALL lOS SALE I S MI.?. Simplicity IIICHAHlwoN a> WATSON J, IU..,., ... O Rug III lit.. "whkh possess medicinal for older powihlif retired folk *>k for more

TeL 171-tm Garden Tractor with I ?..n. JarkaonTllla Til I llarnrlt Hank.. Florida lluildlna I (latar'o, springs.than:: March plerlda l :::/13. Sol power, those substance like thoM MCA viewing the Cults! Furth dtUlli on the tour

WE TRADE: Dt ANTTHDfOOP Disc and Weed Colter. ZI4sni. not later than March It. AD.. If you fall lo do ao. d.cra. pre with utility roost fully established 505 Angelo from HiJrltn'iBridge may be obtained from theAAKPNKTA
344 /x49 or U4-IUI It" onfaa will b* anlarad ....In.1 and beet understood, the Amerktn Auocla* Travel Service,
VALVE t-tg. i-4 If von fall to do so, Bents you for lha ralM damandad. la and to form from them preparations { lion o+i'Retired I Plrlona end Ns'tional 3)5 Msdlton Avenue. Now Yolk
.... :
Pro (0.' will b. .n' ". ( ramnlalntfcr and compositions In
RHired bonbon Anocls. New York. All tourlM* who refute
,
aaalnal ycu for II. rallaf 0* Iha Satann. 0' IAs'sult Ling
mar d.d I* th. ComolalatTk . lha fiiracloaur' mo'I..... "which" lisle powers may be eserted lion hit orgsnlied 71 tout which: to ruth through Rome,
nalur .f sold salt b.lnl anc....mhrtn *.h* following d.. to the greatest advan"... ester to people over JJ years of hurry through The lUgue, room
for ih. far*.Incur. of Morlaainaumbarln ,. s.'rlbad vroprl. til Clay ('uut. Drug so listed are tasted ire show lain Is through lurk!, or nod at //II k..

r rmlaa ,lanced* Ik In aroMrly clay <*.an. ytnnlAal' I>|* ''one ill and (f) -toticologkally-.enil' I. the' AARP/NkTA R : Orsnd Circle lake heed

Ir ..lor...... .......1".. a. fvtlova. .Work. Far (41. .1wi.A 11 rely, they --.-.--- -.-
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ADSRESTAURANT '
CLASSIFIED loot tt'm Ill), Blm-k GENEVA amirdlns .4* plat are d-r>>ndable.' bespllo all
T a I ). MICAIKW.BHnoK. tllor..f reesrdd I. Plal Hnok this' such a reputable, pain rell -
t'nll I. aix-crdias I* 1. p... II, ., .". Publi ll.e. .vor as aspirin con produro
Dial th.raof rord>d In Plot *..... ..f lay (0 Florida' In SERVICE I
Book I, pose 1.t Ih. ".1'. WITHERS my .."n''J' and ,Ia. an undMlraMa reaction FOR GOOD PRINTING ;
: FOR LEASE!: NEEDED AT ONCE FOUND rt publl. r_rd* of (lay aaal of aald, Cart .. County. Florida. Florida, lrln
Cr/0p Ibis I4IH day >
i '
River View. Restsorant. with or FULL or PART-TIME Honsowiveo ..ANU AtJ <> ih. following d>. of Frnruary l.llriKnnnH .,errs CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET
One IS foot ejpteeo boot found acrlkad. ll.cna of .....l"m.nl now u rARMati,
without motel I mike north sad anethtr needed i.al. I. Inralad I I. .r upon th. abuva ri.rH, rir.ull four

GSC at Black Creek on 11.& .. No eipertenco needed to .adrift..iM aar ac. by,liberate Roy W..two... ..Hoi..-'1..4.PrliH, nramla built In. ran.a end ny Vivian n.pslp' M.Clark nohmfCeurt . US PROVE THIS SERVICE TO YOU
.
11. Telephone CCS M4-S1M. tart. We trsl*. Write Avon Oven KR ll'ITomb ) Mall
Ono most Identify boat bydsotrlpUon la" Aar fan ,I.. kllrkan Ml I... II, II . '
Mgr- Mr*. Grids Sweat. P. O. Werner Water Haalar ill ||. ".
SINGER SLANT NEEDLE nay etorage. tow 1K IRtaarart
SEWING MACHINE console ... S44), Lip Oak. ......... bill aid oos4 of this advertiee.aeot. Warnar 1'..**.*. wall II TUB COIN 0. THMCOIKTV I ...-_..
3-kREAIR1 "..,.. ON.1/.N dilloN iti A'tin roN I
moeVL Frig Zap, ..t........*. S-U. I-t. II. lie II nation reel drumIhla CLA" col IVY, Y1.OM/11A I
.
....I.. wll ....,., 't bath IN 'O.'T
sew M ktjttoaa, rk. Ortglnal I Sae SWITNESS N*. aea

rice flS*. Pay _laMe I74JWor my. hand ad ...1 la Met' Ratal of I I
FOR RENT-Convoolently looated 0f cold ('na.t .t nine, r... KltMCHT U. ANAE.is..ad.. .
pick wp payaMttto of MJt .....,... 'let C .aly. florid.' See ; .
per ..au.. r..... COLLECT Typewriter a Addla* lilac.... garage apt. Fwrnkbed.Cal . ;eas. Ilk day af ,."....1'',. 4.h. ..M..'. TO ('at: ITO.' 1

JackaooTtDo. IU-IN. anyUaaa.Ask r pair. *. Ad aaake sad avodeh.AH U4-M11 after SiMpmDONT BEAM( : Te all er4li.ra" and sraanssk 4
....1.. .1.1. .emaas. .
work ,..,;...... Cal R. ononoe. !: I.. CARUsf.r: ... ar
for Credit ........ WiB ri.rk .f rirrn'i: Court ..1..1 cold .1..
D. SaeOlncj.. t.hone U4-USS. Oar r....al. ,.',,.'..* ,." ad *f 1'.. are h.,..
deliver, obligation. TAKE LESS. WHEN H* Vivian It dotes, by aril4 I* 'r>MNl aar rlslmar
S-Sa. l-4e i .-.. 11. Up TOP CAN GET THE: RUT! 1 t>aul. nrk. e.man a wklofc f... *r clikarMUle
'.11. II i.. L4FKKItlAHRta .r r.. we" M.e aaaloat ....
For afl npboMery, loan( and 01 JCrsMt U Kr", e SpringMotorsr
FREIGHT SALVAGES : MSM4. !ale el AllsesrIr < :
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II "N. (clMf fr c.u? Pcsncrlossle.' '. ra mr
VACUUM CLEANERS BARLEY TRIM SHOPIdlewtM ... ILAS ........ 1'1.41..04 Jsdas of CUf loss/,, deride. ,
Bread scratched. .. tklpBBeat. .. &mw.TOMMIN si II... ." (a ike Court ll sew MOTE INTO A and Woot St.Greon Its .A .( said c al IIre.a C.v.OMlnsi. .
Has an allachnteaU.original : L&I; : NNANNIS, Florlla: wlikl I ml.
Cow Sprinf* l'I.iMlff 4-r wools tram limo efIk
para._ Savrrtrkofor NEW BRICK HOMEREAOT Wo have tho experience. SS yra.Wo I .... fl'.l .t>ll HM> :/ ISIS a.
IIS. Can COLLECT Jk- I lire Cark latin ut .. skallIn I .
have ... oowlpoaon4. . . .
lie,. *.., 1. wrllla. a 4 sksll stale

-YDle..u.e. Ul-lMa. Freekoaao l-4c FOR 4KCCPANCT For. .. ,.... *......* .r r...", .ISo a.. .I..t aM' ,r..l,

lawpeetieo. t-ti. Free Wicks PVk-Up sad THE: STATE: OF FUJK1IM-TO. 311 ....11 k. s.*ra I* kr Ib..I .

DeSvery. ..... U4SSS.Ceano keD.Fred*.Marrl... taka*. ... iff.I mal esv. owes kl. spat claim er or siiam.r O.mas4rftl l

FOR SALE: Three keelrooaaIPS 3 BEDROOMS In now for tho finest .M IOU ANN MCMEHr Ni/TIFIEU' : M Iliad .Kail. k* cold.
... .. d .......
that a M boa flh>
.. block weal of High, Mr ra> P. rr.vailAllrntr
**
o
'I wnranteed npboMry ..ta. ,.. !IS .". ***.. alltlad .._ al tow
School 1M frontage on Beeavenlnro ). 3.4It.IISF.FOR cad r** are "...b, >......... lcorns RerlM ... riorM
1 BATHSIN UIliff. .11.... .
Avewoo by It* feet li wha even aa_ and adraaa oppose' l-ll, .. II. IIKorirai .

deep o. West Street. 0....'.. fcr_*, ,.*. trivia ..r......
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS RENT Slecplnf If aay. !. Ik* kill af Mmalalal or MTKTI TO
Priced low. $!..** ..... Ehreodlehnaon. reese .. cold ..... *.*>y W whkh. la .
Residence MS So.Magaato I LAKE PRIVILEGES reokly or. naowthly rate. River ....**... I. ra* h.,**. .
halve. Marsh II A I. I Ml 4k. to k...., oU a IkalIk
(OpposiU Tarn MiD). View Motet t mike north. of I H.r... fail n>l *r ....ra* pre vn4>r>i.a.4 ...... Ik. .r..
GCS on UJ*. 17. ..... OCS M.'...* will lie aalMd ...,... VUfM, .! ......M 14* M. lows IF YOU CAN JlA V}: IT MJHKICMTKO: A CIIA.VOK: OH, KOK $3.40
Telepnono J4- 4H. S-4Uc 1 fr Ik. r.H..f "ri>*d in tfc* .r ri.ri4a *f\t *l l.lf. .,,,
$12,150,00 t4-SM. till ar .*....1.,... r str silk Ik* (Mark f Ik* I '
FOR I THE NATTKE OF SAIL SLIT flrvmi Count lo sa4 foe flay i IF IT WIU.' nu't) ) MII.K8: ON OXK: HKT: (O t TIKKS: .

: Oa. t-bedroeo* I BFINtl Foil "I Y"J1t. rely, ai.1..1 "1...... epos I
hoe. f.rnlohedi .a elbedroooa bedrooa WITMKMI my Sad sad ,lie '..../"i ., M.'{ of a>."\\I..tl..s of
portly FOR RENT: Largo I IF IT UtI'UtC'TJoHBOUT: : : 4300.00 A Y};.\IC
i e.01| ., cord Court .< ... |k* flril. ...... Ham
....., fomkhrd.Csn erven window private like ........., ""'101.. Ikla. Ink day .r A'Mjir PASTRY (,"..,. i.nNlskvcy

3N-17TL -4p I rnA both omal Bvlnc room pad .f "....IMillOK... A I. U"t(''ARLlII..1f., Sliced If.: n.or... .fr.a.1.... fark' "1.. I IF YOU CAN ItKMOYK; : Tilt: KXfllXK: : I IX 10 SII ll'rtS:

poreh with private "tn_. nark .f Tirralt f.....' Ill N*. I. .b... II
FOR SALE: Nlro tbedraeeaheeaet $69.84 S400 I Byi Vl l.a II ...".., Islcrlarkan' Via 'rJltn; ; HOS'Th.J .: YOU TO BUY A VOI.KNWAOKX:
Wilhis rtty limit Oaaridg
I on I.air Clarkir .... I1. II. II
lot Iblorko _,, __ .
1U bath large I II MallKIIH
down [laW ".,Nt. Tall Moslb Down fie n I. keepM. Fee arraogemeotaavailable. Informalto Aiivrawy'jfT J falalonff JA'filM IT'S UIIVIOl'H THAT YOU AUIKAOY: 11.\Vt: ()N.:


ni-isei. s-4. 11. it tar I ,....o SfMMI. 1.11. tot A44r I...aal. Firkaaa-a': 5.11311Jarb..rlll. CMSWEOKFOR( I ADS


FOR SALE:: S-WdreMn b. ..*eon I : I .. FlwrMat.Ill-l. II. IIvtrrKet PAIR. "S( V.Ik.wae.a

e.e orro. Hot water !w.." DO YOU or poor Mb or or* -- - c............ ........." R*. Used

Deep wef. On Highway. 14.ReaMblr [ganhuUoei reed mosey f Ralso or nn'nov Tapr4.l.tI .... ''''WI ......*. fall tl|. .

at ll-iee. I $501 SM-IM ar even I1M without. FMTirioi.. ,..lull. MM sfUr. L4r
Priced $66.87 Httu' i* karaky >l th* :N pm.
For hWoroaallon Green aaaJBg for n single. doewlloo: WaKaad ......, iba *r..*l>l.**
phoae II a>f .ka..ur 141** L*.. .f For I
Cove U4-11SL 1'4 1 I Mosih Down VTriU ..* M. Clay ConolyCreecent. da Ana ., loot will r.,(. ar FOR (A2.E:74M.r how with II i.
___ weba.. Cl- k. af Ik* ('tr.*ltr VOLKSWAGENSSales
I ..... |*> sad far Clay Iced.,. balk ,...... etnrtrtrlly. sad I
FOR SALE Stereo .hi eseelkslrealities. I -- ....,. ., no.u.. aooe ,....... .... ol bo*! 4 mile south of
with f _r af Mlraliai af ISIS
TaW.1 CALLLARUE FOB RENT Modern ooornhbed .1 *. tl<<* Ik. FtrtKicM. .._ *f Oren Cove ipHite *.. bleb-
.... For ... ...... .... .
three speaker Good II ( Jif.* f. *>>s I*
two Wdroon eemeot .a, '1". ..... tIMIll. MrReonetb .
k .. (Ir_ c..a S..ria.a.O .
laf__ phos* Gree Cove CORP. WwII hoejao with ,an,.. Three I' .t.1p.: KsR RL I. Boa It*, & Service
M4-M4S after .:" ,.... S-4c I ..... C Wa.k
rnllro north of Greeoi Cove '.11. .... I1. I" Oeeea Cove .prtav. rto.

PHONE Ia4-4 llGEEEX factog_ river.. Artniaa welt.I ---
FOR SALE Ono bedreoeaawoae.
:
l ..,, ....w.., taadsrapid WANTED Cleon Rag.. l KoUk. FOR Atfl OMb*... popo

I'". m N. Mag eaR>aAvenoo. : I con SPRCVGS loC. For, ........**. phoooGreen . n,... eke Ito psond.CSay AJUX aUaeooobk. Call t tWit. v. A .,o WAr 11 N. GRIEM COn .PatOIOSFbono

For InferaaaUon Cove 3$4-331! 1 Coemty c.-.... Par O.o, M. 0.. Jr, otter (IH Tare North ., Governor Creek MIIM* ;
W. 2M-S7M.
p. Redden
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M H C & Farms .... ni'I'' I I- Nonagenarian Wins

I Penney DON'T' Mispcll Dunbar Sextette 'I


Reporter MRS HERBERT D. MTERS. Phone K -HS\ Approximately 18 contestants -

The Williams family of Jacksonville lain to the J. Hlllls Miller discipline of her church as to are expected to enter Conference TourneyDunbar's
the
will present Health Center annual County P-TA .
a programof the use of beverage alcohol -

music at the Golden Wed- She gave a new look at the Council held at spelling the bee to be swift moving and this night each Pantherette
Green
ding Celebration at Penney The February Meeting of the problems facing young African Junior High School Cove aggressive Pantherettes put on played brilliantly and the score
Farms on Sunday evening W.C.T.U. was held on Tuesday Christians and at the reactionsof on was 80-35.
April 27. a dazzling display of ball handling I
March 14th at '7 o'clock. V afternoon in the lecture room young students as they observe I
and shooting as they The girls finished the season
Mrs.
L.
Since coming: to Jacksonville with an attendance of thirty- the moral conditions on A. Blnns. Council
27 and 4 lost
breezed past all opposition to with a won,
some twenty years ago Mrs. J. three. president has asked nine
the campus of our great Universities
win the annual conference record.
eatty Williams has been so- County schools to have their r
Mrs. Marshall Merlam was where they enroll for tournament. In the quarterfinals
rano sollst at Riverside Pres- the hostess and Mrs Helen further study. own spelling bees, for students Dunbar had little trouble Boys Win Third Place

yterlan Church. Her son J. Springer presided. After the She voiced her concern that from the fifth through in disposing of Lake But- The boys by taking third

eatty Williams Jr., and his singing of a hymn with Mrs many of these students upon the eiihth"rades., and to ler by a 68-18 score. Barbara place won for the seventh year
tfe are also soloists in the O. S. Sutton at the piano the their return to Africa would submit to her not later than Coley led all scorers with 19 in a row the privilege of participating -.
choir. Mr. Williams Jr. ainisbale. Rev. P. R. Batchelor was called not favor Democracy and would April 20 the names of the points Joyce Taylor and Deb in the State Tourna-

and Mrs. Williams Jr., upon to give the Invocation.Mrs. turn to other religious rather winner and runner-up at bie Johnson followed with 13 ment which la being held in

They will be accom- Agnes Forlaw and Mrs I than the Christian religion each school and 11. Val Johnson Mary Tallahassee this weekend.In .

the piano by Marshall May Orr. gave reports. Mrs. F : Mrs. H. D. Myers accompanied Winner of the county con Odoms and Carol Hines turnedin their first game the panthers -'
.Qcga-nist; and choir at the piano by Mrs. Celia test will receive a $50 V. S.
C.; Cannon and Mrs. H:T. But stellar defensive perform- rushed past Bunnell to
ma.steJ.a;' ,tH6 Riverside Presbyterian ton wen then presented but Pratt sang the solo, "The Savings Bond; runner-up Mrs Margaret Conway Lee who celebrated her ninetieth .. ances. the tone of 82-38. James Edwards -:J
Church Christ of every Crisis will take a $25 Savings Bond- birthday last week attributes her longevity te the
I tons signifying their membership In the semi-finals, the Pan Joe Kenny and Felton
in the "Ten-Year Plan" The meeting closed with the Names of the judges of fact of having kept busy most of her life making friends.A therettes ran Into a stubborn Hayes led the scorers Ted

The Rev. George and Ruth now being promoted by the Na- Aaronic Benediction. the county contest and of third generation Floridian her lather' the UU Stale and determined aggregation Oandy Larry Wolf and Larry

Stadlg of Belmont and Mrs. tional Organization. The pro. the pronouncer have not- yet Rep. Charles Conway was born in Clay Craaty la 1847.; from Callahan but it was only Jenkins played well on defense.

Mary S. Crosby of Hill were motional song "Work for a The Executive Committee of been decided on. The winner two years after President John Tyler aimed Into law an- a matter of time before the In the semi-finals the Pan.''

overnight guests this past week Million where you are" was the Women's Guild will meet at will be eligible! to enter act granting statehood to Florida. Tlgerettes fell 28-18. then met with disaster in the

of tie Rev. and Mrs. John A. sung and 4 new members were the Church on Tuesday March the State spelling bee. Details Mrs. Lee was born In Wilderness! (C"a grits mill and a In the Championship GameIt form of a fast moving quintet

Bwetnam. Mrs. Lorena Perryof reported. 8th at .:30 A.M. will be announced in peat office"), Just beyond the present site .f Penney Farm was once again Dunbar and from Peck High School and
Jacksonville was with the Following the business session The Crescent at a later date. Charles Conway a farmer and minister. and her mother the smooth working Lassies fell 67-83. This was easily the

Sw.-.ms. i Mrs, E. R. Brown pro- The monthly meeting of the Contestants are asked not Llzslney Moody Conway, had It children Mrs Lee way from Peck High. This was an most exciting and expertly

ra Saturday Mr. Charles I, gram chairman IntroducedMrs. Women/i Guild will be held to mlspell a word married to the late Robert Henry Lee. who was for many exciting game, if for no other played game in the tournament

H."W te from Cumberland; .Batchelor who conductedthe next Wednesday at 2:45: o'clock. .,.... yean postmaster of RnuelL reason than the fact that Dun. The Panthers captured third
R. '1' IW1 Ills sister, Miss devotions. Her talk was Devotions will be in charge of --- She his five surviving children! I Mrs. Annie Rater Robert bar was playlag Peck. But in place by taming a good fast,

te. of Providence from Psalm 121 with words of! Mrs. A. D. Shaffer. Mrs. H. CARD OF THANKSThe E. Lee of Russell; Alfred C. Lee of Green Covet: Walter addition to this, the game had breaking team from Starke.
"to Ion 1 the Rev. and blessing, encouragement, and! Clyde Eckels a former residentof family of Claude Thorn IL Lee. of Starke| and A. T. tae now stationed at the C.S. Its share of thrilling plays. The score was 88-58.

dn. chfenge from the 8 verses of M.H.C.> will be the speaker. as wish to express their appreciation Naval station at Gaantanamo Bay c.... There are also Normally these two teams are The boys overran record thus

. __- Scripture. She told a story to She will tell of her experiences to the many friends IS grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren about evenly matched, but on far la 24 won and 7 lost.
The ;.leader (or the .Prayer and neighbors for their
the old Lamp Lighter who lefta
Jeetlng on March 10 will be light wherever he went and while ege. If..at. C.Warren-Wilson, and of the Inter-Col- thoughtfulness and many kindnesses I lIIlllmmIllWllllmllm III III gI IIIIII I IIIIIIIWJillIJllllllmJllllmlllllllllllllllJl III I l llqqlqllI ___-.tIO.-llmmJI..II.ullII!

.he rteV.. Prank Oracey. reminded her hearers that each views of Betty Jo Taylor with to them during'their I -
** .la "God's Lamp Lighter" recent bereavement.Mrs. I
..* one some Cuban refugees there. ; II
The speaker during our wor- today. She cloned with prayer. Special music will be by a Hattie ThomasMr. I
ship service next Sunday Is Mrs. Brown then presentedMrs. women's trio, Mn. E. 1. Ferris and Mrs. S. J. Saunders ,

tile Rev.. Samuel Alston Banks R. L. Smalley who spoke Mrs T H. Runyon Sr. and and family. I

chaplain and assistant professor on "Temperance Work In Africa Mrs. C. A. Miller.
.of Religion and Psychiatry ." From her many years of VEGETABLE GARDENING World

at the University of Florida. experience as a consecrated Mn. Charles A. Castor left ON A SMALL. SCALEB Day of Prayer
He has the Alma Warren
responsibility of the missionary Mrs. Bmalley gave the beginning of the week to
pastoral care of patients and several interesting case his GAINESVILLE: Maybe youdon't
Mr. W. O.
go to visit her eon
their, families and being chap- tories, proving the value of the and have the space for a vegetable
Castor In Athens Georgia
garden. But you'd like to
expects to stay a couple or
have the pleasure and satisfaction -
weeks of picking a few garden
BUD'S GATE STATIONKEROSENE Mrs. Frances M. Archibald I
fresh Vegetables! that you grew
of New York was a recent You can satisfy this urge to
visitor to the Rev. W L. Archibald garden by planting vegetables Friday March 5th
Homo who both in the MaryM.
Delivery or are along the edge of your lawnor
U-Haul It Service Available Olin Clinic.CHARLES in a flower bed Many vegetables ,

Phone 284-9250!) make attractive borders.Why I

Orange Ave. and Cove St. GREEN COVE O. JOHNSON not edge a fence with
pole! beans Or put tomato
Services for Charles O. John- .
plants In a circular plot on the I w
eon who died February 24, were .
lawn Add a few and
held Saturday. February 27, in peppen
eggplants Edge these with '"
First Methodist Church. Green t \ 1W
.
,1 Don rfw
Pool'sSELTSEBVICC ti
Cove Springs, of which he wasa I carrots onions or radishes. fIT. ,. '" 1. ".

member. Burial was in Pen.
COIN UU7NDBT ney Farms Cemetery. Rev KITTY ,
Palmetto a Houston, Ones Core Gordon Craig officiated -

I Mr. Johnson who was born 18A ,
Open 14 Bonn' Every Day
Sept. 5, 1892. in East Booth- I yi1e.
MebalddfRoom
1Phfe/-Dsndli Haehlne
jay, Maine, attended Clarkson
Double Loadsi SAo tt-Lh. .i.... Lead! tie College Potsdam N. Y
fluff Dry I lie For One MoreA
He WILl a veteran of World "
BVEBTBODT WZLCOMK1 I War I, seeing extensive service cat Is a delightful! pet-affec .
In France as a member of tionate, clean, and w.llmanI I
Oai and Flame Division nered. If you already own a cat ,
the
or a kitten, you might well want
.INCREASE FARM"PROFtlS j I r of the Chemical Engineers He another, The fret few days when !
.. came to Penney Farms In No- the cats are getting acquainted
.. vember, 1939 with his family might I take a bit of patience on

WITH; A PCA ::. \,.. I I1NTERMEDIATE and father. Rev. W T. Jomv should your part be jetting but alongthappily

.. : together. The two eats will observe
:; eon.He li survived by his widow, each other and be influenced
: -I Pauline Ranneberger Johnson! I by each other's person r
ality. As a result each bacons
TERM LOAN '; a eon Charles Jr., of Gainesville a more interesting pet. 1 1J
; a sister, Mrs Paul B. The Purina Pet Care Center
r *v Murphy, Wesley Manor; and experts offer a few hints on introducing
.. up to ; \ your eats. It's beet to
a brother. Xlwood S. Johnson introduce a kitten to an older
7 years to repay Green Cove>> Springs; and cat. If the newcomer is a kitten
grandchildren Glen and Debra. the older cat will aiaume a parental
., : role and "take eharie." .
Honorary pallbearers were
Finance your farm Improve- Whether the newcomer la a kitten I' '.pA
masts at the lowest possible '" ., Merritt Locklin Bascom Frank I or a mature eat, be sure all .'; .
cat You can do this with h lin, Clem Ham James Saunders claws are clipped before you I ? \ .: ., ..
Simple Interest PCA loses Verol Glover Lawrence Introduce the eats. If some spit
You alll.omatleall71ncreaH Murray. Robert Hogarth. J. B. ting and fuming starts don'tleave I'
the eats alone together.Above .
profile when you aaveOH Penney, Stanley McIntyre, all, be impartial there I
financing coata Shop for Floyd Saunders Percy Lee. W will be no cause for jealousy.

eredlt-aee . : M. Harris E. J. Ellis, Raymond hold Most eats in the tame houae- I OREEX COVE 7'W: p. m. "
ultimately become friendi.
Gregory, Cordon Bass Wai- In ..ry.ry rare eases, the eats I "I
Mpeeee.fethe. Cent *.t...C.........,11"'rL.i ..eAwa late Fullerton C. L. Saunders prove incompatible. If this happens Methodist Church .
....... t.. .-. Active pallbearers wen: Clark you must give up the idea I F ,
of owning two cats. y' 1 I

Northeast rrodoctlea Credit Mt Edgewood Anna S, Zellner Failing Sidney Clyde Burkhalter Batten Preston Ben lion Contrary, cats and to popular dogs get Impress along I KJo rSTX.: :2! p. m. j

Asseobtlea1M Jacksonville More and Tex Melton. very well together Again I tm I
Mala Shot ValatkaTel Trl EV 4-1141 Helm Funeral Home was In prepared for an initial period of Baptist Church I
adjustment end feed
always .
EA C-Sin charge of arrangements. them separately ...
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(p. m. Supper

Woman' Society For Christian Service

LOOK .I h ', of Anhbnry and Middlel-nrg I ) )1E'thOtlhat t :' .

I r' ," 4 Church dinner at 6 .vW: p.m. followed by'
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II ., Service i
WHITE : ; :,> .. ," ,
McCormick Concrete Co. I:1 -

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Associated with H. 1), McCormick &: Sons;, Inc. SALE ..;.... ,: ',. Methodist 'hus't'le} ,

SPECIAL3roa$1 i .J44 a:2; : ; :
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M\;;;'fI."t. I'EXXEY FARMS-2:13 p. m. ...M :!

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rating Season Closes; Lenten Meal Appeal Gardening Contest For Capo Coral'Honors Mar nos' Epic Group

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oot Spring Gobblers Soon Children AnnouncedChildren


: EE.-,i Hunting Uve Director of the Florida I Interested In gardening America Garden Contest Just

I game bird and all lame Game and Fresh Water Fish will have a chance to announced here by Flower and .e
jials except rabbit raccoon Commission. compete for a varied list of 100 harden Foundation. This year

I opossum and bob cat will Only rabbit, raccoon fox. cash prices, in the 1985 Young the top awards are a free trip
; one half hour after sun- opossum, bob cat and unprotected to Disneyland for older contestants -

Sunday, February 28 ac- animals and bird maybe and deluxe bicycles for
1:ng to O. E. Prye Execu- taken after the rinsing day Feb. Births the younger ones A long list i

l February 28. until the opening; of cash prides will lao be given
of the spring turkey gobbler Rhodes Wanda Sue, born More than 15,000 children
AUTO LAFFSI
hunting season March I), to Feb. 3, wgt. 3-lbs. 15-os: to and teen-agen have participated
March 24. south of State Road Mr. and Mrs Charles Ralph in these contests since ,

60, and March 27. to March 11. Rhodes, Thomas St.. OC8. they were started. Flower and

o north of State Road &0. A Williams, Wanda Lushlon. born Oarden Foundation, sponsor

j + hunting license is' required to Feb. 11, wgt., 7-lbs. lOou; of the annual event is a non
I hunt rabbit raccoon fox opossum to Mr. and Mrs. James profit organization set up to
I and bob catUnprotected Clarence Williams, Middle- promote greater public and

animals and burg, Fla., (ColoretH.I I private Interest In gardening
birds which may be taken dan It has concentrated its efforts
Battle Ronnie. James, born
time In Florida include on young people.
Feb 11 6 lb.. 8-oca to
wgt. :
-
nutria skunk, flying squirrel j1 This year's contest will require
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles James
English: sparrow crow anna those who enter to plant
Lenten menus needn't mean lacklustr meals. In fact this Is Battle 307 Palm Street OCS
dillo rats mice bats, moles eight packets of seed furnish
lit 6r61' TtgDlakrArs 'Ji* very season to heighten meal appeal. And a delkiouslykttractiv (Colored).
?" shrews and buzzards. way to do it I* with King Crab India easy ed to them in the contest kit
oFFICIR AU hawks and owls, and all make, so delightful to eat the curry accent is gloried by the Langston. Dale Clyde, born and later In various ways reporton
other birds and animals including tenth fruity flavor and apricot For authenticity, use Feb 12, wgt. 7-Ibs. ld-oss.: the results obtained. Zinnias
u get the beat service a fine Indian curry power, the rice with Sajavat, to Mr. and Mrs Henry Clyde t' i t
and celo- d'M
alligators crocodiles almond marigolds alyssum
raisins and ,'IIMI.r. 1iuttlta+
I of coconut, spice
liable at LaRue'f BertStation. a spiced Indian topping
not listed above as "un Langaton. Ill Bay St.. OCSElkln sla, tomatoes and radishes are
We're sure to UNO UIAB INDIA CUlU1 CAM CORAL, rLA. To commemorate the twentieth snnlT -
protected", are fully protectedby la a saucepan eembU mush. *. Tracy Denise, born among the seeds to be dlstrt"
ish ((4 to 8 swvtBQ) nary of the Marines' historic flag raising on Ml BurlbachJ, Iwo
you. Federal and state laws.Florida's I too lOVt( condeaeed) room coup cream, curry powder Feb. 13, wgt. 7lbs.ou.: to buted. The children are to work Jima, the Quit American Land Corporation has commissioned
trapping season cram el mushroom coup to taste, garlic powder and orated Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ervin out their own planting plan ina Felix d* Weldon to recreate bit Immortal monument to this moment
onion. Hat Blalure umttl It bubble >>
[ AR UE'SRVICF U cup Uht cream Elkln. 4814 CoUini Rd., of triumph for enshrine.
closes March 1. *. Add HBO crab and stir over 200 square foot area. Those
1 or note teaspoons curry meat tt the Garden of Patriot
heat sell crab U heated Orange Park Fla. bachl ."uncommon valor wa *
low
; STATION from age 8 to 19 may enter.
powder to tast In Cap Coral, on Florida's west "
have become
none 2MHUJanetlen FOR THE BEST In .U.malM! Doth garlic powder through. Cook rice ta apple almostabsorbed. Idle Dunn Christopher Lee born To enter it is necessary to coast common Immortal virtue and are Inscribed OA
2 .teaspoons crated saber until leader end liquid le Feb. 18, wgt. 6-lbs,, 13.ou.; When computed, Mr. 4e Wet'don's
BQ II A 17 pet printing try the CBCS ant lit nI.... apricots send 23 cents in coin (postage the Iwo Jima statue
Green Ceve Spring. CENT PRESS INC The price t packaqee (I out) !troera defrosted Alaska and butter. Stir veal butter Is to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dunn, and handling for the seeds and become dramatlo II foot seulptur fell d.' Weldon was renowned .
crab will\ focal
Slag neat a << point la the
.to right I and drained malted ad reheat until rice I* piploq Hibernia Route Box. 72A. kit), name, address, and age collection of distinguished patrtotlo In Europe aa a sculptorof
3 cup cooked lag tal. rice, \ hot Sen. XlI9 crab curry OCS. to: Flower and Garden Foundation artworks at the Garden of hinge, primeministersand
.ver rice and top with. tam\ \ or aUteimen' before be came teAm.rleL >>
cooked la apple Juice Williams Cynthia fence born Box 357, Rosedal Patriot The six young soldiersof
slivered toasted almeide. Tadalmoadn In February 1145. the
U cup yellow rotrteeI Feb. 16. wgt. 1-lbs. 5-os.; Mt Burlbarbl will\ Join Lincoln ' ,
a..l, chopped by brownlna them la 1 BtaUon, Kansas City Kansas Dorilum'i four tame month ai the Iwo Jima
NEW AND tablespoons presidentof
dried apricot tot> *.,- hot bultM. Serve with to Mr. and Mn. Danny Lee 66103. The name and addressof Mt Rushmore, the busts of campaign, he became: a citizen
H cup butter 01 Margarine chutney, chopped fieva pppr, Williams 1631 Mlddleburf an adult who will sponsor John F. Kennedy by Robert of the United BUtes.
USED GARSmNESSBUICKPOHTIAC.Inc. *4 cup sliveied toasted almonds! lOCO.lit llekea. abawbeity pie> Avenhe OCS (Colored). the entry should also be given. Uerke, Franklin Delano Hoos*. Through the study of Roien
1Salavat ..r.*.. chopped eel pleklee. Blair. John Harvey, Jr. born veil by Jo Davidson Dwight D. than photograph and his own
As usual the contest will be
Eisenhower genius, de Weldon created a
Nines
bjr Trecor,
ANEMONES. NEW Feb. II, wgt. 8-lbs loss.: to divided Into three regional sections Theodore Roosevelt by GltbDerujtnisjr work of art that II I perfect in
FLORIDA FLOWERBy Tips OnPoinsettias Mr. and Mrs. John Harvey (East, Mid-America, and other both authenticity and I1D1bol'j
Graca Cvi Springs Carl Fabry Blair Sr., 248 E. Primle Cir West) and teen-agers will be stirring \lb r.m.n I lam. lie spent nine and
Prlie to sculpt this epic moment
cle. OCSDrlggers Joe Koienthal'e Pulitzer I year
A Better Peal to jUio Yan Kessj Wffl Mate HI Want to grow aflower that judged separately from the photograph of the event that I In Marine Corps history On November
Deanna Xathl..n.born
comes In at least a dozen colors younger group. transpired on February II, llll I It, 1114. the monument
-STOP IN- Feb. 22. wgt 7-lbs. IIos became dedicated at the north end
la hardy and brings 81-31 a B, Harvey Sharp a symbol of the determination I wa
*,: to Mr. and Mrs Robert and teamwork of all I of the Arlington National Cent o ,
SEE AND DRIVE THE '65 dozen on the commercial market GAINESVILLE: Dont toss Monroe Drlggers. Jr. Rout the American /lilting forces Invtry 'I' tery by President Eisenhower ,
? Then try Holland's contribution out that pot of holiday poln- 1. Box 149 OCS. ) conflict/ The sit men who>> Afro Included In the Cape1"
to Florida flower settla when the last leaf drops itruiiled to the summit that Coral Garden, one of Florida'
growing "Anemones. and the final red bract droop Collier John Larry born Feb horning railed "Old Qlorjr not newest tourist attractions I I. a
Anemones are a good hardy 23. wgt. 8.Ibs. It-oa j to Mr. TRY A SMALL AD inly for the lilt who were killed display et 40,000 roiebuebei,
S64-9U tin. spaghetti-Ilk stem ,
Dtrwrt stop a
and Mrs. Charles Ronald n the anaull, but for every the largest display of rote In
Jag S84-MM Od plant that will withstand cold Th plant can be revitalized Collier, Route 1, Box D268, name .110' soldier, and air the world, and Waltalng musical I
and have good potential commercially Into a new show of color next nan who gave up his lire. the largest permanent |
u a cut folwer In winter If you follow theM Doctors Inlet. Fla FOR Th. word of Fleet Admiral water fountain In the world ,
Florida. dales, Hubert Joseph Jr., born "neuter W Vlmlts describing and aa ouUUndlag porpoiseshow.
Up from Dr. E. W. McDwee Feb. 27. wgt. 4 Ibs. %-o*.', he heroic auault on Ml. !Burl.! .
Anemone are normally
Station

planted from In January the winter to April harmted and- Agricultural"First* horUculturtit store Experiment the pot plant to Mr.Gale and.Mrs Br, Hubert Orangedal Joseph BIG RESULTS I THE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS I

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Deterfor
keep producing ,
and all In an out of way place '

SEE YOU AT several Anemone months.) are available. In the and forget middle about of March It until"about says "'_ -'Y4': '{; -- -- n' - - -..:......-..;. .:...:.....:..:... _,,:! :'''''-- : ::: : '-:-: ::+=- '' ..c:7"- =

some garden centers. Dr. McEwe I

Thla careless treatment U . rvsasrwirs.elr
Intended to hibernate the plant I
during the cool day while the
PARTRIDGEWELL I
Echie'sIN shriveling top feed the sleeping

root.
Dont water the> dormant
DRILLING plant. A Message

But *o It wont dry out too

COMPANY much, lay the pant on its aide .

imcf im In a cool place. Under the bark I' .
porch or In the tool abed are ,
r THRU 6" I I
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Ideal plac**. I
ORANGEDALE tOCK AND AITfSIAN WIUIftcv'fefl I When spring come, tenderly TO ADVKItTlNKKH) ; ; . ? :

awake the plant by sloughing i \ P I
wen ScJfM off the dead loP and placing I I I

-* .. the root In a new bed of rich I II / t-:, TO iSUllHCIIIIlKliH; . >/
I ,
"""' '
k
ELECTRIC PUMPS i soil. You can grow the new
plant In the last season' pot, I iV. I Ii I
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WATER SYSTEMSF. but It will grow better If It Xo matter I how many radio uewm-ant. or TV. tiewa h'I to'Jltli aro
TTAere The Bet People Mrrt I I I
Is set In in* soil near the bouse
H.'A. TERMSCAU Pruning I Ie the secret: for a r tnndu aily! . the, avvriifro IHTHOII I I. aIiJllrlh'r"ltc..lln reading hia.} I III

canopy of color next Christma II homo town ncwHpJijMT 'to know what goys on in Mil own area Atvording I :

-- -. -' -- __pO- _ .-. --------- *. / to a survey made ninw. WJO!' the( |1N'I.III! | when radio and. television I !
A* each sprout reach 12 I
inches long pinch It beck to I were 1 intro lti(4>d 1 . rVt'r1lay over ((10 million ropim of iivwnpiiN' | >rn I :

six Inch**. Contlnu this cruel l I'' I re* In1!UK old tinily.j t :
treatment to all sprouts until
THE WEATHER IS WARMING I. ION DtSTANCIJcaOTiBa, Ft the middle of September. Then : IIi I :
stop to give the plant, tips a : Ii j To keep up with 'thi. drmnnd for news, th. hV.III"'IH'r hllllllliry I II

4 { a89-143SI chanr to set their bracts of 1 I! '' . has rontinnonaly} \ at work to improve' their nervlre . "".1111,,,
color petal
and MMU Of ii.4. HATtOMAiWATlt During the growing season I I ACfomplinhciI thin with more up-loilato' coinmunicHtioiiN methoilii. j'

Will ASSOCIATIONS keep the soil moist and apply 1 Ko doeN the Clay County\ Creneent' try ,to keep\: ( giving you tin :

'5MO HYOI GROVE leY,. three ffl1Wln.I light sprinkling. of garden I !liett ,po..iMe covrrairi of 'local new event (with) "picture, and,. Items) I!

TERMITES ARE SWARMING I i' ,. and in our humble way. to new ins a midium of enliKhtment to IiII

Lriiijc to you the news of activity K ;inic Oil around UM.K I II

COTNEYTIRE I II [ I I'j

I \ ''j i Y This method of new dimteniinatioti (U also appreciateil; 'l.y the I
call McCALL I I
_( UuineM! |ieoplif who find that! their ante nie*..atf" doe. reuth their I i iI
r
COLLKCTfor : I |oU-nlial, customer and hririjra thi-m into hi* place of bii SneM. Ho, if i
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SERVICE you want to bring your tneimaye to this market . thw c ilumn.* of Ij IjII

.th Crenrent to Take advantHKn of them. I
Clay County are oiii| yott.
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The Pre-Lenten .Carnival bay for a river the sailors
Rio Marks 400th AnniversaryWith promised to be the biggest and christened It Rio de Janeiro |0| MMfcMlMiaM&iH>- Jt.3 * -

II merriest ever. The four-day River of January. SO' MANY A&P LOW' PRlCES-And i You Get More I Gin$ For I

CelebrotionWASHINOTON ;spectacular. always takes over The city marks her beginning -
Year-Long the city much like Mardi Oras from March 1, U811. when

in New Orleans, Offices close, the Portages started erecting
Rio de not to mention a European down to Rio for the qUadrlCen-1 and costumed dancers samba the first permanent settlement
Janeiro is celebrating Its 400th Common Market Exposition, an tennial will find the I down the main streets. Hundreds m fort to drive out

birthday this year with a 385- International Congress of Hair somely primped for the oc I of bands toot and bang. French encroachers. Rio remained I; PLAID STUMPS

day carnival. Stylists and the first Pan-Am casion. I Carnival ends around noon of a small village until
The gala atmosphere of the Jamboree. There also will be New streets luxury hotels Ash Wednesday when crowds 1808 when Napoleon chased

city's already famed Pre-Len- special horse races, soccer and a 1.7-mile underground gather at the city Jail to welcome Portugal's prince-regent Dom
ten Carnival will be nept alive games, beauty contests flower road the longest municipal the release of over-Jubi Joao out of Europe.
by a yearlong program of regional shows, folk dances, and fireworks tunnel In the world were last revelers. Traditionally the The soon-to-be King of Portugal -
fain and festivals, the built to coincide with the celebration '
freed prisoners march out singing packed his court and
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15-Foot Cake Shabby city squares $ TOO!
National Geographic Society unchastened holding their crown Jewels In 40 vessels and
On March 1, the actual day have been spruced up with heads high. moved the royal seat to Rio
says.During 1965, Rio will be the of the founding of Rio de Janeiro fountains and flowers, and a In 1963 Brallian authorities de Janeiro. Although Dom

host for an International festival a birthday cake 15 feet clvlc-mlnded paint company claimed the carnival was the Joao returned to Europe Rio r viII .rafatllf.l _
featuring ballet electronics high and weighing 2,640 offered a 25 per cent discountto in '\\;
quietest five years. Even so, continued to thrive as a tradIng -
pounds will be cut and passedto any customers who paintedhis 1 & i Vine Quality Beef Fine
< films fashions, Jewelry many people died. 2,000 were port hub of Portugal's Asian ;I : }
displays, music, tapestry, thousands house or office for the an ,
injured, and 1,800 arrested. and African empire and SmK
sports, wines and gastronomy Visitors flying, or sailing, niversary.VJ1191IF6 I I capital of BralL RIB ROAST RIB
Rio Is Misnamed
Brasilia replaced Rio as capital : Middle Cat
I Not surprisingly, the theme In 1880 but the fun-loving ; I LB. 79
rL01ti.DA' AVEI(451' of this year's carnival will beRio's city remains a shipping and j LB. 69? *
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history. Elaborate floats Industrial metropolis. Short Cat Bane la
; f PJ" PERFECT BUCK TXACKOF 0 will recall' the moment when city's population has grown to 4 to 5 Lb. A.,.
Portugese explorers sailed intoRio's three million. Rio is still thenation's
A't( Does ARCTNESAMg Cut from Corn-Fed -Young/ l'orkersl"SUPERRIOIIT"Fully !
harbor on the first day cultural and religious
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'65 CHEVROLETThese The 76-year-old'county jail the hennaed hussy of Gratis Nvm""C""pr.T"""/"4oa' alas STAMPS

Place, Is sporting a dye job that's mad a new woman of her. I Deodorant ,.. ; ,9teS I
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great performers are the lowest priced Originally built In 1189, rebuilt by the Wf A In 1935 the J Jm*. S-4-4W

building retained Ita authentic brick eolor until 1959 when

models at ournc-Siop Shopping Center It was waterproofed' with I paint that was supposed to be t W

brick colored .r anyway, that's the way they tell 1C The

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I In 1864 were calling their prod management of his wife's large ..,
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; uct by any such name. The ((1,000-acre) Alabama farm. Onion Salt age Oranges 39c
vogue of that era was to call Born in Kansas and educatedat I ( Icwl tare Mar. f
Washington. "WashingtonCity" the University of Oklahoma JmS- -M
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penned by the President just read music but It was not until ,f.L.. UID ONIONS I I l l I l l .l I 35fl

about six months before a mad he was 48 that he began to .--.--'-
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States Government to another duced "Tell Me Truly Tell Me i[ spaihtttl t-37e -
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assured the ugly violence and Gently Falling" "I Love You PEAS
military occupation of "The More Than Words Can Bay. = I I I 1 III 2 29t

Tragic Era," the Recon and a church song: "In Prayer 'Ii-').
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the results of Mrs. Benjamin's works now. H*'. too busy pondering S f..p. O..d. a-.-.. T Spe'elaH l! Jane Parker 1-Lk. !-... Each
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i examination. lie Is more inter the crop of Alabama

ested in his songs In the fact cotton peanuts and corn that i'r ... Lemon Pies 39c
I one of them will shortly be will be ready for harvest when "- ; ;.''+", tL.1i l.'C'
played on the 130-bell' Coca- he gets to Alabama. .. --- .. iTA-"
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: priced in its line. But the ride doesn't in a Corvair Sport Coupte or Sport Sliced Cheese 49cDetergent
show It, Or the interior Or the Sedan for fun in thu months ahead : ka

performance. Chevrolet Chevelle and Chevy II nre .

It. That luxurious Biscayne is as roomy available with the Turbo-Thrift Six for '-lb. 1-os. Box Detergent 3-tt. It.... Action I-lb. .... Box

as many expensive cars, has color-keyed fuel 1 economy, quick warmupa, quiet ease ITS CUSWMCM AUVfl AJAX ,.. ,let Off <.. FAIl.. .. ...Me BLEACH ,7eBunshine
interiors plush vinyls, fine fabrics full idling. It's light, efficient, smooth and AND WIU..A CHICAGO SANK ; Cleanser i-Ib. l-os. ealAAP Ball I-Jb. I... Box -
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and Chevrolet rfwcorer thedifference '-0&. Borden'sc4 I m. .*.
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easy-care thlslllze car.
.Chevy II got a lot smarter for '65- So be practical. / ODA'n'4Se' ,C&DIOL.11t 4)e ASP Bonn' ..Ot.
but stayed sensible 1 Still family-size, Only you will Uaaola 1-Lb. Chase A SanboraCOfTEC 1-Lb. 09L>GE: JC1CEj:: "

easy to handle, economical and the know. Because it $t MABGAKINC . .41e IV For Cooking
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lowest priced Chevrolet can buy. won't show Mixed Vegetables
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