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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 11, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Succeeded by: Clay today

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Attract Top Teachers I Laning Killway 17 Into GCS



county will get 152,000 from the State's March race I Cost Put At $5
track tax fund distribution, according to State ComptrollerRay .
E. Oreen. This aura bring the total for the iacal year With Bottom Pay
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to $154.000$ a 121.000 more than had been distributed at I
this time .laat year. .. I'I>.I/ "I ; Million; State "JustDoesn't I ,
- Clay County rank 'sixty i .'<
second among Florida's IT ; .'. ,
Capital. -outlay requests to the IMS Stat Legislature counties In the average annual ...; '
according to Benjamin H. Oehlert. Jr. chairman of the, salary paid principal, teachers Have It Now"Pourlanlng ,,4

Florida" Cow c 1 of 100. win be I11U mUlton. This la in and other public school IDe.trucUonai |
addition to monies that will be available torn the College start.
of Klllway IT from the Duval County line
1963. The to to begin construction -
Building Amendment of Clay County ranks fifty Into Oreen Cove got another boost this week from the
of the faculties to accommodate a Jump la the next
eighth among Florida' IT I County Commission
Jive :jrean bolD our present 38.000-ptaa university enroll counties In funds expended to| Members of the Commission agreed to to to Governor
merit to ".000 and for our present lI.o o-pllll junior
educate each public school atu Haydon Burn, If necessary, to Improve the narrow heaYl1J-
The fact la that florid has
enrollment to 110,000.
collage
dent traveled highway, punctuated by three archaic sub-etand*
done In the field of higher education la thereatlea .
.more Florida ranks tMrty-stxthl ard bridge, all of which are under minimal safety .tand-
yean than it bad done in all of I Us yradout history,
among the 10 state In funds| ardi
but this deficit from the past coupled with a population
expended per pupil All pleas to widen the deadly thoroughfare In the put
and technological revolution -mews simply that
explosion Florida ranks forty-first I have fallen on deal ears both In the State Road Dept. dU.
.rema1Jll.&wlce much yet to be done.Tsbruary .
there : aa
among the 10 states In the) trlct office In Lake City and In Tallahassee

-. percentage of total State and! Six persons .laat year lost their live on the perilous
local expenditures devoted to) road between Orange Park and Green. Cove.
The Oeveraeva Greek bridge, ene el the three sab
sale tax collections reached fXI.lll.OM
public education. The CommlMion'a decision to give Killway IT top prior
increase JJ1* over the same month last year. it was an*. standard, aaUqaaasi triages ea KUhray If between Oreea
These are only son of the I Ity on any roadbulldlng In the County cam after they
flare and Orange Park, which the State haa repeatedly
xxuanoed by 3. Ed Btraughn. Director of the Revenue Com
grim vital statistics recited I r heard report In which State Road Dept official art said
premised to realaea. Six persona test their Ides en the
mission. last week by A. D. Dock who A. D. POCK 'f, to have reported the project would cost ,, |S million and
This record February total, based on January buiinee. beads the ,special County School 1J'Mm.BIId& Study. U-eatt stretch last year. When a large trailer er "semi"easy "the State juit. doaant have that kind of money at this
along, the wary saetorisl galls,to the alee ef the
bring oalteetton.for the fiscal year July threofh February '
Committee set b1 School Superintendent Jesse P. Tyneej time"CommUatoner
up '\ highway at the onwwesa/ to the bridge aal waits for
to In January to evaluate the county academic sUndariuand Walter O. Odum laid he would discuss
aatbr lease ea Ufa.
Tear ago.Business. to devise way of raising them. ,. the matter with the newly-named District Road Board
continues brisk. said Btnut .. "especially Duck, who U principal of Omen Cove Junior High member C. William Beaufort.

the acoomodatlons industries. Reliable fld Indicate the School, asked the principals of the County 11 schools j jto Beaufort, and his engineer for this dlitrlct. A. Brewer

winter tourist season will continue longer than usual. report back to him on March 33 a* to their basic re.. ... were quoted u laying replacement of ,the three bridge
"If the present pace Is maintained we could wind up qulreatenta In personnel and equipment to bring the educational . between Green Cove and Orange Park would coat approxlmaUly -

Jun..30. about ten million dollar ahead of the estimate standards at least up to Florida's average. t. \ |1 million each I
from sales. tax." While school officiate refused to commit themselves to,. ,./ ," f i .: '..t '1. ""t'''' The County Commission ha gone on record for three ;

The .% wholesale tax yield in February was ..2.... a figure on what an average Florida education will coat J] ;'':' '''1.:' ';',\ successive: yean M favoring the four-ltnelng of the high

for aa laerease of I3I.38I above February, 1W4. the county's parents and taxpayer, The CrtV.CTt ..UmIt -'-. .i'" way even at the expense of tome County roada.

-. at 100,000 over and above the current |3 mUtton.budget J i : ,t" According to for* L.. Carlisle clerk to the Board,'the' J.I
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: .Ate meeting of teJmlaxrlneJpalB.. tbeartans's/id'. mesa t Mat* hse..wore than|l aiUftm. of fund available" for toed ."
The County's.Heart Fund now stands something under'' ben of the School Superintendent's. staff last Friday night" building. -

'1'". aMM-dlng t. Admiral Conway Moore, cbIIIn a.. Re Duck pointed out that the average salary of Clay County Another lop project Improvement of, Highway 100 I
porting the gift of |10 by the Green Cove Men's Oolf Asm. teacher to 1100 a year under the highest la the state and through Keyitone from the Bradford to the Putnam

as a memorial to. the late R. P. Spearman.! Admiral Moore 1400 a year under the state avenge: County line has been sidetracked by litigatIon
said memorial gifts could be made at any time and that Dade Count,'. average school salary Including principals ! Carlisle" said the State hat .budgeted 1300.000 for pur j

acknowledgement win be made by the Northeast Florida teachers and other Instructional personnel to 17,053TO ,. I chaw this year of right of way from the Duval line to \
Heart AssorieiKut to the family. He repotted additional The average state public school teacher gets close to Green Cove and another 9100,000 for the Highway 100 1In.roYlm.n& .

gift totaling approximately MO. The largest of these a gin 19.000. The average Clay County teacher gets 11,113.37. program
of |... was made by the Shrine! Club Wives, of Keystone. "In these elrcumitanres," Duck said "It to out of the Beaufort's predecessor Ralph Powers ha been repeat

Other donors Include Edna and Edith Burkbart, 111 each: question for us to compete for the better young teachers edly quoted a* aaiurlng county residents that/ KUlway IT
Cabul Lodge P.
teacher but our students who'are. the sufferer
*
Charlotte County spends an average of till ft to put

State Senator Charley E. John State Rep. Lout L. each of Its students through a year of public schooling
Huntley and School Bupt.! Jesse P. Tynce win be speakersat The state average expenditure for each public school student Revels Buys 2 GCS Tracts
the County Education Aaan.'s mating In the Orange to 137313. Clay County, standing fifty-eighth on the The Ute new says U 4-Un Klllwty 17'' from the

Park High School cafeteria at T:30 o'clock nest Tuesday lilt, sprnd I12< 71 per student per' school year. Deal Cevmlr Due U Green Ceve will reel II sallllen and J. P. Revel, president of Revels Pont Motorama. Ine,
evening. The discussion will center around the Florida Edu. This figure reflects not only teachers' salaries but "we jtttt dent have that hind ef messy si this lime." has purchased. the old marina Ihe'northeaat entrance

cation Aatodalion't Program AcUon committee JpOrIn* library books, or a shortage of them: laboratory equipment The Comely CemmUienen said Ibis week they weald geto to the Governors Creek Bridge. on Highway IT, and IM feet
eluding proposed legislation for Improvement of the Bute's or a shortage of It: virtually every area of equipment by Oevtrner Harden B.rni himself If neceeaary. to 4-lane of frontage on Orange Avenue opposite his auto agency,
school The public U Invited. RefreahmenU win be served which a first class education to offend" Duck told the the naHereee ItSI-vlatsie peed end replace the bridge. IM told The Crescent ytcterday.Revtls .

following the meeting. group. said the marina would be tamed within a matterof
As low as the county's salary and equipment level are weeks by two Green. Cove school teacher. John Neely

Harmon Fowler s member of the faculty of St. Johns In the state the statewide picture to no better. and Jtrotne Jackson and would be converted to a food
River Junior CoUer. win speak on public sanitation at a When Utah spends 47 I per cent of Its total state and tore ipeclslUlna In triad chicken milk shake, sandwichesand
of the Oreen Cove VIA local revenues on public education. Florida. Handing forty CHAMBER .
meting Woman's Club at I o'clock TO FETEJOHNSMANVILLE frown ciutard.The
Monday evening In the VIA building. U will be the first ofa flret In the nation spends one third. The national average Governors Creek property which extend along IT

aeries of five classes on the subject sponsored by the to approximately 31 per cent or five per cent more than for 7SO feet to Spring Motor will further be developed.IteveU .
to In Florida.
club's "Greater Community Services" program The public spent said for several shops within the rest year,
-This simply ," Durk said "that low In
mean*
to urged' to attend. we are Revets said he had no Immediate plan for the property
the state that to low In the nation."
oppuaiu till auto agency.Look .
Where New York spends an average of 1790 s year on
The Northeast Production Credit Association's annual each public school student Florida ranking thiriy-etxth
meeting attracted approximately 400 members and guests See Editorial Page 21 election a* Chamber pre.ldrnl.
In the nation spends '402. Again Clay Countess annual
recently. S. D. Saunders of Mlddleburg. and John W. expenditure of 1121TI to 41 per' rent of the New Yorkaverage Johns-Manvtlle Corp, whoae said It wa the Chamber policy Out Ghls) !
HIUlu.,. n. of Doctor. Inlet .
are director of the assorts cost "to recognize new Industry"
multi-million
dollar Omen Cove
tion. Under the present law. teachers work and addd It would be open to .
Clay County may plant Ia I scheduled to go Into ".. ]
According to J. E. Dukes general manager the aaaoeia* for 30 to 30 years but after they have worked 10 years theyare operation soon after Labor Day, the general public He eiprtuedItw Jji ,-i

lion ended last year with M.29.000 In outstanding _III. no longer eligible for a pay raise win be tendered "Salute. to hope that business and pro : 1.. !t
This was an Increase' close to 1700.000 from the previous According to. Tynea. such coat-cutting plane as papr J-M, dinner by the Clay County feaalonal leader In all pert .if Y

year. back library books and large group' Instruction are now Chamber of Commerce of the County would participateIn "
under consideration Further he said, the school system the near future. Date and location the salute to the Count,'* II'.
With the opening of the fall trimesUr In September, a* a whole to working on establishment ofi a realistic summer of the dinner are ex* newest Industrial payroll t: ;.... '1.
In September, the St. John RJy..IIanior College at Palalka ,
school program based on the academic need of the patted to be determined by
wU offer for the first time a two year Home and Family students. Jf"J
pedal eommitUe named tail
Living coune. Completkm of the coune win bad to
an JOB :
COKPfl
week by the Chamber .new TO S
Associates la 8ntncIAltbouIb the course la cross r ".
divisional win be under the direction of Harmon Fowler directors. "I'EVkt: OCtrc.p.t.U + .....;

tractor of the Division of Terminal and Vocational Educa Miss Clay High To Be At a meeting of the director ,.. ef the Of '
tion. lat Saturday, Dr Russell Jenwas flee of Economic Owortun. .,.
The first class win be Dmlted to thirty girls. Student renamed president; Dr. Ity will make an on-alle. iurvey &:.;.\]

win be studying area which win lead to eifahaacmento.. Chosen Friday Night John Malone vke prwident, of Green Cove's Indue I

sad to skin la child care la home living. Is family meal and Baxter Williams. *ecrrtrytreeewer trial park before any d<* I

preparation, and In capably: fining the woman's role la Fourteen girls from" Clay avail, and may be from an) J. BlaUr Smith wu cialoa to rterhed on eatab* II "I
named executive .
community\ Bfe. High School win compete tomorrow daM In Clay High School. The secretary hahment of a Job Corp
Other divtsione on the campus cooperating la the course aight March 31. for following girl have qualified: The nine new dtrertori. named Training Center In this area* ii.1t

lacrude the bunaaJUea, communication, health end phys* the title of Mia Clay High Senior Janice Fletcher,. from a slate of II Omen The Crescent learned on .ua-
cat education socUl science, buttons, and math and science. School m a contest sponsoredby Sharoa Martin Janet Parker. Cove bvatiMa. and professional Impeachable authority ye*.

The comics Is food and autritioa clothing and textile*, the Clay High Annual Staff. Junior Lorraine Bailer) men by the Chamber* nominating ancaa,. .
clothing setectloa and wardrobe planning family mal The competition win be held Sharon Church Owen Ivty, cocnmJt&... are: Berwick A spokesman for OK said ....,;
management, and home planning and furnishing will be la the Omen Cove Spring 'Tina Klchols Polly Peterson Anderson. John Bradley, Dr the inspection would proba* +a'1a
taught by a staff member to be added kn the faO. Junice/Iflgh School auditorium Dtanne Revel Betty Sheridan; RuaeeU .r..... Dr. John Ma- bly .be made by the end of e

starting st I o'clock. Serving! Sophomore Cheryl Hutch lone. Dr. Robert Patermn.liar. April.
Southern Ben's 1144 annual report shows total. operate aa master of ceremonica for inn: Freshmen Dreads Mi ry ".,Im... P. loa ftborruon, A propOMl ha been tub- NRhlllm

inc revenues af 11440.233,000 . a.. Increase of ..pprosimaleJ1 the evening will be one Of the Chant Rhonda Revel. P.t Dan Shaw and Rater WU- milled to. authornte IRW..hI..ton !
r. M.Oelee. a 13.ye.,..... ..e......
$190.000.000 from the precedfeg year. Net Income for popular disc Jockey from Townee. Lam that the c.n- '. ha. ks
the year via 1173.79... 00. aa Increase of approximately Ja.kjomnOeWJ XQ. Admission The rompetltloe will be Member ef the committee Its I be bleated on bar!> 'n"4 Ie Iseingles ladr/rles .. be 0,... Core
Var. c.:.. a .....'...., Ial.. ....
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130.000.000 from the year before. The eompany. whose will I be IIM.la judged oe street data talentate In charge ef,1M Jolui.M. round U the Blending rr* ,.....,. %. C'. Run .1 1M....
funded debt to ttUjKXfit*. coOrcU about 34 cents for every order to I be eodble for In evening gown vine sunset I ar") Dr. Peterson nation kl a cat of sp- l..... teaaeae. M.f.lr. was educated, .& MeryvlW
can from Omen Cove to Jacksonville. Not aH the hat Inop.rstsrg this contest the girt must The public to invited to at. Mr. Robertson and Mr, Shaw. proxlmaUly 1112 Nihon f et -.., .1.., Ike ate bee Just eeattfaiH a J.pea, .....
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menu s at attributed to these caBa. .mal taln a B-C scholastic: av. tent Dr. h.*... fvUowtag hla re- ,Wag., be Army.. | lU.tMa to the sieve ..,....
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aye >,. fishing and .,?,,.,.




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TWO 4" '. dtay!( County+ ClIr ent.. .,. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965- !


. The Lost. "$ '; : Around and Aboutby
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C1Itav''QIoUitfttPQ1rtsceuf: 'I neon SMITH. I
; By DUNCAN G. GRONER By .
"WHAT w ''IOOD Ir cur .1 ,ooo re* m nnctirr had been rainy and sleeve and went to work
DL GEORGE P. HOWARD day
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While
the quality of Southern public sleeping accomo-
DUNCAN OOLDTHWAITC CRONER_EDITOR AND rUM.8HER| Most 'people would have his Standard Oil Station Van
datlons within the past two decades has been raised substantially *
ELIZABETH UONARD GRONER', SECRETARY friendship to let "George do it" Powell 'had no gold mine la
by the spread of first rate motels 1 find the'
PveUIHtD EVENT TmiMDAV BT CUttCWT Pius.'INC. are ,one.< stay home. But they didn't. his back yard when he opened
quality of cooking In most Southern restaurants leaves avery
,. 0. SOX Ins And ideals ; 1,000 people turned out his dry cleaning plant. He ant
deal to be desired.
great
CKIIN Covi SraiNfts. FLORIDA less at day
votes for their choice his pretty wife Dawn Pitched
TIIIPHONI 6CS 164-3166 $ In 'fact, in my recent wanderings I find most restaurant noiselessly city commissioners In and made it pay
'icon CWt toTMt MID AT (MM COY ...1.... FIOUM. the ,
watching
SUBSCRIPTION RATES food in the South a sort of cross between what the 30 to 40 people stood The whole point is, our town
Arabs eat: an Indigestible admixture of starches and illusion council room as la In business just as
surely
the
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ONE TEAR ADVANCE .01. nLAO spoke out to
Judged Baxter Williams
grease; and German cooking which Is not by Its as or
't'WO'YIiARI IN ADVANCE .......1........ e ee soul's sunset were counted. People like Alex
quality nor even by its appearance but by sheer gross tonnage and your neighbor with Chesser Is In business. We do
our faith in Just nice not have to take a bite out
axe to grind -
Surely the variety of excellent leaf vegetables we'have' tue our and ideal trying to get the man of the first apple dangled In
A ChamberThe front of us. and,we !
certainly
their opinion
In
Countywide
here 'In the South: turnip greens, collards spinach and the Do you that want
rest deserve something better than the treatment they get: Testament' do the best Job possible that do not would overrun something the here

Clay County Chamber of Commerce has announced a massive overcooking In a pot swimming in fatback or He had result of the election town.
plans (time and place to be announced later) for a "Saluteto the drippings from a loin' of pork. The result, to me at Dr. Howard fire of lust. Ben Zellner and War- In time we will establish
clean industries
Johns-Manvtlle" dinner similar to the one held a year least might as well be grass tiled and bled till the bile stines came Kenney had been chosen small that
boom
'We heard a gun across win pay a fair wage for a dan
ago for Burlington Industries. This is good is all gone , in axel grease. unconscious: us in the building
the water. "Sunset, observedthe pay rather than some fly-by.
Dr. Russell Jensen renamed president of the Chamber tradegy that town and the develop-
Of good fish, we have aplenty Do we broil it 'or poach first officer,M we enteredthe night federally subsidize I I
he hopes the dinner will be "Countywide" celebrationof him. of our 'Industrial Park.
a
says It to bring out the succulent and delicate flavors No we South'Amrican, harbour. thing. We've had that any.
the advent into the County of one of the greatest corporations Idence and, Hicks and Frank Morea
"There It fort on a hill Just
a
deep-fry It; and some of it, notably catfish should have thing is not necessarily: better
in the United States. This is right. of his an excellent race, and the
outside the city. And they fir
been left in its watery idyl to begin with. than nothing!
The weakness of Dr. Jensen's plea is that the Chamber "rAnd ,l) a run at evening when the sun self and said fact Is they are both
of which The Crescent is a member is not a County- what of meats Well there Is the omnipresent goes, down." It was cloudy and as at other men. Either of them
wide organization. It was on this premise that a "civic chicken; fried, of course; ham, fried; pork mostly fried; we could not see the sun. As knew not have made a fine repre Or. WOMAN'S CLUB

organization" was established'' In the County 30 months and beef. save where there is a grill of some sort . it set it made no noise; but departed MEETS THIS MORNING
ago. Whatever the alms of that group's leadership may fried. the event was announced each the boom of I will take my Mrs. Selwyn Chalker will be

have been . and The Crescent is in a better position to Lamb, veal calf's liver and kidneys and brains;' duckling evening by an echoing charge. bell his sun off to any man who will the guest speaker at the meeting -
know than almost anyone else in the County , the pre commercially-raised quail and squab and a host of of powder. was dark. IUBSTA.'lCE'r for public office. It is not of the Orange Park Wo.
mise was and still Is a valid one. For out of 18 nomineesfor other Items Including the marvellous "country-cured and Who that has watched the Joseph and thing for a man with man's Club which Is scheduled

the Chamber's directorate 18 .have their principal placesof aged Southern ham" that are,' in other parts of the world, sun slip down past the bills Jesus. They things to do, to take for this morning at 9:30: o'clockat

business In Oreen Cove 'considered delicacies/ are mostly unobtalnable. local markets f or drop noiselessly into the Ma, from to explain his reasons for the clubhouse.The .
Even assuming the Chamber's Number 1 job Is the or restaurants.' has not felt his heart pause a the boy war the Job and then ask regular meeting which
Industrialization of Oreen Cove: there are we believe A part of this, I think, Is due to the' leveling of all bit at the silence of the mar. children a vote was planned for last meek
some screaming omissions on the board of directors. As gustatory tastes that is a part of the hurley-burley ,of' vei? Ancient men bowed their In the can be proud of the fact Thursday was cancelled due to
it stands today It comprises three doctors, lawyer, an 1969 when every housewlffe expects to prepare a savory heads and built shrines to this ord reads. town had the guts to buy the death of Mrs. Lela May
insurance agent, the owner of a printing company, the meal from the contents of an, assortment of cans packages silent wonder which has become mained Naval Station. We can al- Jennings Odum.
chief local executive officer of a worldwide corporation and of dehydrated prefabricated and, all too frequently a dally commonplace to "father's confidence In the men
two retail merchants. tasteless and predigested concoctions without identity as so many of us. so sure that chosen to something
No one can complain of the character or civic purposeof to origin. So are the tradegles of life. They had It. BILLS HARD TO PAY
these men. However one might reasonably say there is But withal the most terrible violence perpetrated on Someday commercial records for granted. guaranteed Harry Sell things you no longer

no representation here of the City's government, or of theCity' the average stomach by most Southern restaurants Is donein announce the failure of a famous return to that he would suc use through Inexpensive
only bank, or of the City's six auto dealers, or of the the name of griddle cakes, pancakes or whatever you business house of startling him once when Harry opened his Classified ads and get quick
City's potentially-powerful military retirees, some of1 whom choose to call them. headlines tell us that of their Held Wager rolled up his cash.. Can OCS 4-1188 now.

aTe operating successful businesses, or of the City's chain Order a "stack" of pancakes In most restaurants and several banks have closed their Have we
retail stores/ I Include some of those where a mere breath of air comes doors. Men pass from solvency God? Perhaps
It would have been well we think from the Oreen high, and the cook behaves like a regent of the Daughters to bankruptcy as quietly. the son will serve
Cove point of view, if City Manager Ben Zellner or another of the American Revolution feeding Hubert Humphrey. sun slips over the horizon. Only to where we d Helm

City Commissioner had been named ex-offlclo members of The cook is saying, in effect, "damn :your guts." the ear of God hears the day through duty
the Chamber's board A griddle cake to most restaurant cooks Is a platter. close ness and
It would have been well, we think from the Oreen Cove sized substance Which, if It were mad just a little bit So ends the day of friend- for Him Funeral Home
point of View if a representative of the Bank of Oreen Covve bigger would serve as a blanket or a covering for a worn- ship. How easily and unconsciously
had been drafted, if necessary to serve on the board. It out tire. Overweight over-sized, Impervious to the bland sometimes we make
would have been well we think if one (or two) of the ishments of a paper-thin slice of oleo (another abomination friends, And friendships lightly i c CHARLES IIELMFuneral
auto dealers, whose local payrolls are substantial as local that is no better than colored lard for anything made are Just as lightly lost.
businesses go had been drafted. Etc. but cooking), I often wonder if Hoyt Cotney Couldn't cut One moment my friend Is mine; Director
Quite apart from the Oreen Cove omissions, it is down on his rubber bill by going into some restaurant the next moment 1 have lost Cor. E.

difficult to think that, except as a due consideration to sucha kitchen and watching the process by which these rubbery him. And u property values N. Phone 284-x96
great corporation as Johns-Manvllle, business, civic and saucers too heavy to be flying .saucers are achieved. evanesce and friendships are GREEN
professional.leaders of Orange Park Middleburg, Penney Asking for "small" griddle cakes Is a little like asking lost so with our Ideals. One GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA
Farms. on Keystone will be. deeply moved to participate in for half a cup of coffee. The waitress (or waiter) Is usually may live without wealth; one March }\'?. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 415
the activities of an organization that is wholly Oreen Cove. suspicious of anyone who asks for special treatment. may survive the death of Subject
An Orange Park businessman and lawyer were, in partat Some black thought crosses her (or his) mind that this
any event. Instrumental in bringing Johns-Manvllle to emaciated, bald-headed old goat is going to ask for halt'
Green Cove Local J-M officials know it and will tell you a bill so the "cakes" come out a full six Inches In diameter

so. half an inch thick having vulcanised on the griddle a full
Surely everyone in Orange Park and Middleburg and twenty minutes.

Keystone is not bent upon burying Oreen Cove What One picks and hauls and'pulls at the rubbery things

helps Oreen Cove will with absolute certainty benefit pressing the oleo Into them In an effort to lubricate them Make Your Dream House

Orange Park and Middleburg . 4 and, to a lesser extent Patently it doesn't work. The next Step Is , in a land'
Keystone where fine molasses Is
readily available , to inundate the
Orange Park does not want Industry Keystone, as we lukewarm tenting with a thin and tasteless emulsion of
:see it, la building on the basis of recreation, retirees and sugar that goes by the name of syrup By emptying the en- .
light Industry. In the County it Is only Oreen Cove that is tire contents of the small vial of syrup onto the things, the

bent and properly bent, upon attracting any solid Industry leathery pile becomes water logged and tends to fall apart '
And it would not hurt; It might help, if the leaders in these By this time if you stab at It viciously with a knife and A Reality -
communities; were in Green Cove's camp If they were then spear it with a fork your chances of getting a morsel
cold on selling the advantages of Oreen Cove Into your mouth are something like 50-80. Often M not
Dr Jensen's statement that It is the Chamber's policy the sodden clod splashes back into the wash. You try again

(to recognize new Industry we think is a milk-and-water and finally decide all you really wanted was a good cup -
statement. We believe it should have read: "It Is the Cham of coffee. ,

ber's. policy to go out and so hard-sell Clay County and The coffee was spooned out of a bottle and dissolved
Green Cove that no great corporation can resist our attractions. in a brimful glass of more-or-leaa hot water. _.
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," Who else but Ben Zellner and John Hall are Food .processors have learned the average American tJ' -- -- : -: t .

to do it? And this should be followed up with a trenchantand l is more Interested in filling his void than in tasting i oJ

apresslve policy of working with, not apart from, the They're right There's only one solution When this lop ,

Green Cove City Commission the County Commission the Is served you . all too frequently shoved at you . tell the
Jacksonville and State Chambers of Commerce Governor young lady nicely to take it back and start all over again.

Burns and our Congressional delegation If that doesn't work and you're really hungry a bottle -
(Continued on Page 7) of bicarbonate of soda will do the trick

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Green Cove SocialsMr. Named -Azalea; Queen I SO( \\W\ !ii8IE ILAW! Mary .Frances Bro9kseY ,#, I .,:


and Mrs.: X. J.,Dertchsweiler Brookera ,'brother' and alster- By Sheriff leanings Merrhec :'r .. rv Weds Charles I. Poole

and their children Glna. In-lgw. Mr. and Mn. Charlie "Look. Maw no hands! I
Dana; and Kirk,' moved Into C. Gravely, of Washington, D.: That Is the classic phrase of the young TRMA.M 1?
their home at the Naval BaM C.. and Mr Irene Gravely of -Iota
i a star who has learned to steer his bicycle. .
tt tat week. Mr Derichaweller. Roanoke. I without.usln, ,his tot her) hands. ,
tt who will be plant services -' a' Did you know that was Ule.alt t

t manager of the Johna-ManvUle Mn. James Bid le of Cen z, State laws governing the operation' of M 4a;
I plant here was transferredfrom ter Street Is a patient In Clay 4bicycles.are designed ,to protect youths (lh
I Dennlson Texas.Mr. 1 Memorial Hospital. While she + "%. i'o ride bicycles. They are not compll-
I la hospltallted Mr. BIddle lain ''cated and everyone who operates a bicycle
and Mn. Doug Black Atlanta with their daughter. _t J'v'fnd: hla or her parents , ahould be I
I who were transferred by Burlington -I Mn. Joseph Pope. > +CdtUl\i" with the vound' rules
I Industries to Oreen rA bicycle should have a regular seat
I Cove have moved Into their Mr. and Mn. M. B. Brooks 1M i 'd"here, there la only one seat, there
1 1I 1t home at the Naval Base. Mr. have aa their guests their ;* :: N should' be only one passenger.
t Black: II the new penonnel daughter and son-in-law Mr. It atMgeiral for jk bicycle rider to attach himself to
i manager at the Oreen Cove and Mn. L. M. Rabin and 'another vehicle'Such aa an auto to be pulled on a highway
i Spring Yarn Company.' They their grandchildren. Michael ,Onjjntwo bicycles abreast on a highway and then only I
have two children Bryan' and and Tracy, of Union B. C. 'oyA tA ,where Ihej-e' la no usable path beside the roadway..
Todd. ..:iU 'Bxerclse due when .. .,
Irv4 care passing a standing auto or I--- - !
i one In the direction. ..r t
proceeding same
The Rev. C..E. Van de Maa- '
Anyone operating a bicycle shall keep at least one -
ten returned recently from .
Mr. and Mn Bruce Brooker a r
hand on the handlebars.Hospital 1 .
had u their weekend guest trip to Placid Fla., where he p w W w ; ,
Mrs A. J. King of Cocoa. attended a meeting of retired
minlsten .of the Presbyterian .
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Synod of Florida. He also w
stopped Auxiliary News 1
Mr. and Mn. Robert Gravely
In Lakeland where he delivered
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have aa their guests Mr,
a complete collection '.* By Mrs. Waller Kelley cr
of 20 yean Issues of the Na att 1r
tional Geographic to the Presbyterian *}/ The Clay County Memorial '
and thread friends to complete
PARTRIDGEWELL Home which was agrift a Hospital Auxiliary held Its I them and Lucille Turner Is : ,,L r
of the late e .I" ., ,
Rev. A. W. monthly meeting on March 4th, making the pink caps. Our ttc, w4 i ,
I Pierce. thanks to these girls for this
at 7.30: o'clock. Mn. Julian '1'.
DRilliNGCOMPANY service.
Mr. and Mrs Wailer Kelley White president, presided.Our Plans have \been made for
have u their guests Mn. Kel- hats are off to the the Auxiliary General MeetingIt 7J
Ie,'. brother and slater-In-Lw.! eleven members who completed will be a luncheon meeting
IMCf leer Mr. and Mn. H. L. Hammett the Auxiliary Aide Course given on April 7, at 12.30: o'clock at
2" THRU 6" of Concord N. C. Miss Patricia Kay Cants, ef Orange'Park'waa named by Annie Lee Wilbur who la to the VIA building In OreenCov. r'
Azalea Owen lad 8.nday la the llth Anasml Rules. .Festival be commended on capably putUng.these Springs There will be a !! 1
lOCK AND
ARTESIAN WILLS
Mn J. J. Brock attended the held. la Palatka's Ravine Gardens. girls through this charge of 1100 and reservations
funeral of Mn. Annie Jeffen Miss Carrell. a student la Si Jebna River J.nler. College course I,.Those completing this should be phoned Into .
Vlerag Well Specl.Ud In Jacksonville last Friday wen ever a field ef 11 ceateatsats, She was alee miner training are: Dot Kelley Clara Madylen Meyers Green Cove .... ::1.
q la the,talent eentest In which she wen $M 1st addition Hyland, Lucille Turner, Catherine 284-3814. Guest ..ipeaker will
ELECTRIC PUMPS I. Frank Lester, of Winter Haven to her lint prise many ef fl.Ne In U.S. Bavtaga Beads Drompp, Paralee Btauffer. be Mn George M. Marshall, Mill Mary' Frances Brooks, veil of Illusion was attachedto
WATER SYSTEMS spent last weekend with given by the City .t Pslatka. Helen Wilson, Barbara Morrow second vice _president the of Jacksonville\ and Charles a semi-crown of a silk rose
his sister and family.' Mr. and Miss Carroll leek part .la .last yean Miss Clay CeemtyPageaat Martha White, Flossie Podev Association of Florida Auxiliar Irvin Poole, of Billiard were and petals accented with seed
Mn. M. B. Brooks and was flat none ... Ilk, Ive Rogers and Dynel Dob- lee Do plan to attend and brine united In marriage on Satur pearls. She carried a cascade
F. H A. TERMS son. a friend! day Feb 37, at three o'clock of white orchids !lilies of the
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Mr. and Mn. D. J. Hlen. of Dine so many uniforms are Thank you for your stamp In the Mornlngslde Bat41d valley and stephanotla '
Deland were weekend guests +++++I I I I I I I I I I I I I It..ft I.II. I . I I I at I needed for the new members, contribution and do keep them Church In Jacksonville. Dr. Mrs. L. Michael Rabin sister
of Mn. Marshall Cooper and several members agreed to coming in I Madison V. Scott! and the Rev. of the bride was her matronof
her children Marshal and YOUR PRINTING PROBLEMSCAN make them. Cora Lee Johnston The next meeting will be held Timothy Elder of Quincy, per honor. She wore a three
Miles. volunteered to cut them out on April 5th at .T.30: P.M. In formed the ceremony i piece cherry nd knit suit with
CALL LONG DISTANCE and Nancy Rowe Is planning/ a the Auxiliary' Room of Clay The bride la the daughterof I a matching pill box hal and
Jetaieaville. ,... Mrs. Robert Gravely Mn. BE SOLVED HERE sewing party for her needle Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin' Boyd carried a cascade of white roses
Margaret. Gravely and Mn Brooks of Oreen Cove Springs. Jerry Raymond Poole lenedII
JSB9-14SB I Irene Gravely spent the weekend CALL 2843166AND The parents of the bridegroom best man for his brother,
In Lake Waive where they V.I.A. Woman's Club art Mr. and Mn. Irvin W The ushers were Rudy' Cappa--
HIUH 0FLA.. NATIONAL attended the Passion Play. Poole of Hlllard. relll and L. Michael Rabin.
.WATt .Will ASSOCIATIONS LET US HELP YOU Given In marriage by her Following a*reception ..th..

5160 HYDE GlOVE A vr. Mrs H V. Dawson la spending Luncheon MeetingThe fithtr the bride wore a three horn of Mlas Kathy O'Bhauihnessy -

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4I monthly meeting of the Mn. C. B. Bowles was lunch silk embroidered ovrrblouse
Jacksonville, the couple left
VJ.A Woman'a Club was held eon chairman. Assisting her and a Jeweled neckline: the
Jut Thursday March 4, at were Mrs Frank Canova, Mrs. removable cut-a-way Jacket I on a wedding trip to the ...uth.ern .
twelve o'clock at the clubhouse, Frank Chea.r. Mrs. Joseph featured a rolled collar and part 'of the state, Upon
with thrity five members pret- Beth and Mrs. Brantley' three quarter length sleeves their return they will reside
I ent. Guests at this meeting and a sheath skirt Her short In Hlllard.iwChy .
U,... Alex Pupkln president, Mn. Robert Martin and LuCU'j -- --
called the meeting to order. C. L. Cos-bill.
Mn. Robert Sudlow. bible Liar/ : County Propcrty with -

AttendCIIURCH chairman, asked the Rev. Jim
McCullough of the Orange Frank W. Brown
Avenue. Baptist Church to give
TRY A SMALL AD
the devotional, which was .Ajid Associates)

"What la the Secret of a Happy aTeiMeree] Real i Mats Inker -

lIame.Wra.." FOR II4I 1''''. Hiawej If Oraafe....
SERVICES Gordon Craig. American ....... ....MH -
Home chairman, was In chargeof .
the program Mn A. D. LF NOW AVAILABLE BUHINCBS PROPERTY4tl
Dink was narrator of a clever. BIG,I RESULTS feet freaUgs IT. *. Highway' IT
skit on the "Making of a11011'I. (Jest Nertfc ef Oreen Ceve triage'/ ) *
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The Church of Your Choice chairman followed In the Mn.business of the Herman clubs session E.OnaUr which Reed,) Buick LeSabre- . -r ithWikcatpaWir# ;: :''

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Goodbye to IC e g "gdaSew; $ Handsome Trend Bonnie A Diversified Gift aged 12, four'horses, a cat which financial: spprtto,. received , 2 Uaivaw M make direct

I four dogs ("nothing special:;), donation tar varjtng 'anram

r half a',,dozen chicken and,a I. Honorary Membew of the which aw. dtp**** to a trust&
couple of pigeons. '.1 Florida' Bherlffi Aawcifttfan fund anti U5 exclustely Jor
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-1 Sheriff Murrhee laid the par ml taum due ef tJD( a the Ranchv Ctatrlbutlora # i

& ,,__ ,Boy Ranch Ja. ..* nonprofitventure year and tola money te wed this type can be. cent to The

supported entirely by for th f benefit of the Beach Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch.,

voluntary contribution of citia and awl otberwortnT"Association P. Ca.BoxettLUt ark, ?to, .
.rue and organisation Interested projects AnyojwMMmtedhi da; er .prtaeotadt to Shertit
'il s.:4 Or M In: the welfare of our membership atautdj app S to I Im..m. Mnrhefti

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PRINCETON NJ_Haiardou. .let be melted .
or.mow can ,, ,
"with fertiliser and It.can be done without damaging valuable ' : \ .
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tract and planU near walks, drive,.or highway, according to '. "- ,

I mist Thomas, a*R.American Cox, chief, I *!: 'c'tuin' Ung of concrete. .,

I Company' Agricultural 6.It leave very little realictae Graceful hands can add the Mr. Albert DeV 1ea. Jr., of pcarance (Bonnie', that Is) . f
lion in Princeton, NJ. t* track into home final touch of glamour' to thisseason's Mlddleburg, last week receiveda was in a.ahow in which she _"': < .
Homeowner 6.11{ will not damage or diecolor high fashion wardrobe.
are concerned with injury root floor or car. Wash hands In warm water, certificate of appreciationfrom wore a ballerina costume, carrying
lawn, tree and shrubs, pet* using gentle soaps, drying flngers Sheriff Jennings Murrhee two young ladle In somewhat .
now even stale highway 7.It can be handled and thoroughly. Then protect similar. costume Thank You
after she .
partment arc becoming ipread with ordinary hands with specially formulated presented "Bonnie., ,The DeVrie family wa

of creasingly these aide aware effect of*-the- .' .y..equipment. Pacquln creams to help restore a diversified mare (age Unknown transferred from New Jersey by
l ally on the newer i'.It I* readily available in natural oils and guard against ) to the Sheriffs Boy Prudential to Florida 11 yean for returning me to the '
'Tnany farm and garden roughness From teeming.Paequln Ranch
roadway at Live Oak ago, spent the first eight of
Urea fertilizer if a leer 01'I supply (tore*. division of Pflier. "
"Bonnie, according .
to Mr
them at Jacksonville Beach. office of Commissioner
lotion to all of the. Cox emphasized that"Home City .
t Cox acid, and lilted the owner who have) lot lawn OeVrle, wife of a PrudentialLife "We came to
ing important special and valuable shrubs a* part of Insurance Co., executive Mary DsVrlea II .,
.ties r:1.advantages the price paid for safe walk was no stranger to a plow and we like animal Group I, of Green Cove Springs.
1. I relatively non- and porches will welcome the '
hat MJdcUeburr'1
also taken .
How
To Treat ribbon
some keep them here.
rive to most metal fact that urea it usually safe "
2. It la a non- nductor on frail and NI'nbe'when in Pleasure and Costume clase . The present I will continue to work
electricity. used at rate : : A Sore ThroatThe *. Her moat recent public ap- DsVrlea \ S
Runoff will mended. The runoff will actually -
plant, thereby feed these plant with nl. story goes that during for the industrial and
growth trogen so that greener, more GREEN COVE: ..PRINGSIJ ANOTHER DUPONT
4. It has not been i vigorous growth. . ..will result in a party one evening, a man approached CANDIDATE HERE
physician and
a asked
to cause chipping spring community growth of
"Doctor how do you treat a sore John Mulr. of Keystone a

throat Not wishing to get involved freshman at Berry: Academy
in a medical dlacuulon, baa been named to the academy Green Cove Springs.
the doctor replied, "with respect roll for the fall semester
The Casualty Count i Sir.I Student named to the academy .
) by jerry Mare
The polnt\t honor must hare at least ., Sincerely

this little tory Won Lost, an 8780 average In all work .If' ', ' .

i*, don.t take a Jokers . .. .. . . II U According to Headmaster Fred BEX ZELLXER. .

,ore throat light Untouchables . . III a4 H LovedayMulr. .
"TWiT ly. Sortneu in I KJnflaher ... .......OT as .
s. son of Mr and Mrs
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; : : the throat uiuallyaccompanist a''I Champions . . .. .50 42 Lewis 8 Muir, attended school 4

Professors . .. .. ,42Sh 4/Y In Keystone before
-J2 common cold, andes I 1 Drivers ... .. . ...,,3734 14" enrollingat .
Berry ..
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jiw half billion Colds a year . . . 30 e2 Schedule/ J

we can assume that there are at I With only 5 weeb remaining ,.10 . :; ,5
least SHILOH .
that
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many core throats, in in the season the Jokers

"ON THI HOCKS.*" : : varying degree I I IThere I hold a 3'nm. lead over the Mile South of Green Cove .. : : , -' . '' '. (V
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a laying that K you!I, Untouchable who moved into Bwy. 17 'J
D't'Ei treat the cold, yon also treat the;I second place by t:4$ AM. Sunday School J
winning four
throat
ore In many instance1thli from the 11:66 A.3L'- Preaching How i .
Driver
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cal Association American Medl- ton a 208 won the high game 7:36 PJH. Evening Service
?: give this advice 1
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Visitors WelcometINT1NG
for treating a colds stay in bed, award Other good scores were
& keep warm, gargle_ and take a 204. 663 by Doc Turner and

aspirin for the discomfort I BIU Dunnavant 202. 141. Mary '
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Gargling In recent yean seem!I Everett 468 and Bart Chrli-
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"ON PHI .oar." / I to have declined .. .
e- thiyounger tlan'i 487 '
among were high for the : ;; 6' "
gentratlon. Yet it [ U" _.
e9 l"ON can women r'I" "
one of the most effective) ..IItj( "-
of combating sore throat due t<
a cold, and for the relief of mlnoi
.. \ "jiI. throat irritation. Fortunately The Add a touch of color to your bedroom.

... pensive Its not necessary solution to to boy accompli an ex lAdy of CALL THE CRESCENT

.) : this Gargle with three to \ A
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Be heee jelly..,.,. :. eI . '. v
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DrWI t..... em menace M.H.* hlghwey. state.-the throat Jt}in a rather, ,' .dtll TIrE House %, climbing, ': :' r

by Mary Troy TBATU .
Honenwkin;Consultant to Oreea Om .vrtag* 1
Jonei&UumUn SMI Corp. '
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>I Carve A Happy Meal Monday thra Friday v PI
lies Office Oven 7:18 TM.
I How many times has your),us. Complete Feature A* Lai and
band made hash of "
a perfectly
+ beautiful A* 8 111 PJC.Saturday '
s. roast and chaos
of a C
1 lovely meal-because of his lack aa4 San4ayM '" .t- getting Pat

of proficiency with a knife? C.uts. from 8 FJa. 1
You could make a mental note -
Y Nn to do the carving In the kitchen W.... Tkmr and Fri nightWhat
the next time company tome
But then much of the tantalizing March 16. 11 sal IIM" A
effect of aa elegant Meal is lost ( else that costs so little saves you so many steps?)
when a roast er bird appears' at
the table in hunks. And whether I.
the struggle takes place at the
table or hidden away from guests 1
in the kitchen, the mood of the \.PAUL KTWIIUM *4a
man of the house II i likely to 1I
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sufferPerhaps.
the fault lies Sat. liar. III"
not with
Jacksonville KeMf O&il4 his lack of carving ability, but i
with poor equipment. A dull
blade improper size of knife, or !
!..r._.' \"a.. ";';' I.TnWI.I: 'YJ 'l2-n "O'CLOCKHat's one that has cut Its way through
everything from twine to hard I 1
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shelled vegetables to opening Jar a.
lids Is no nt instrument to slice
Ddl Amason btinny atop his llaclhoc. I through a large roast and -
\ I. A good stainless steel carving 1
1: k knife, according: to Jenes A BACHELOR. FlSan. J h
i- ? Laughlm Steel Corp, will stay .
sharp far manl years provided r.r: UT/r'tm S .
it la used only for the job it war :' .o f3lYMte r> .
intended. .71f < :
1, Make sure the knife (itself Is ,
well balanced In his hand and has M.... and Tarn. i 1I
.A' a good healthy grip The cutting Mar. 11. 1) 163tv ,
surface should measure at least
nine inches help produce thow i
luscious : and level slices of 1
meat. Fx
To make the carving Job even i *
easier, you might present the AAN-f.iamf. =.J
head of the household with one
of the new electric carving knives 1I
on the market. These come with I WN", Than. and Fri
one or two detachable stainless Mar. 17. 18 A 1>
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steel blades I'lug.in cord or bat.
tery-charged models accomplishevery I

type of food cutting job riDEJHf WILD SFllvi n'r
with easeBoth t
BY THE JOB OR BY THE HOUR manual and electric I : 's ufrFislas'. >ttJmJ 1J
knives should .
be cleaned thoroughly .
case atuaisnsnsr.and
A3 rype..1 Backhee and Front-End Leader Work after each u... When .

Ditch Digging Tree tad Stump! Removal Fill Dirt Hauling and Grading they're stainless, no more than .
a quick wash in warm sudsy
water la needed. Use a stainless ,

AMASON'S' SEPTIC TANK SERVICE steel particles.pad to remove dmd-on food II ...stuasq tiIMEaSw 0"1'11" '

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I BUYER'S GUIDE IN THE COVMT OF TMB I IN THE COCA or' TBH CO4.BU AREA BUSINESS'DIRECTORYWt ; l lJ'IIIlIfDD

: COUNTY JIUUBl IN AND FOB TV JllMltO. CLAY: COUNT*'.
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FWOaATMNo. r. rot Lusts of 11111111111111111111111
ape NELWS I &. ( RICE '
la R.! Kelalo: etEIt01f.T DooaaaadTo \
: ; U. sUUB all trtdltor ;and porio. Secret PCRNITU2R tlr;.' OFFICE EQUIPMENT

Am CONDmOIONQ BEVEBAOE8:, 'fl l>*oessed.NOTICB havln claim tr dontaad I
BEAL ESTATE : TO CIUBDITOIII ...1"., ali ..'.1.,. AIR BASE rvKNirvfti co.

To all credHora had .noa. You and sack of you ate koroky : give Tat', to ; AMERICAN
MILBERGER baTlap olalma i>r ..81...* notified an REALTYHilda BeTalaot sell oitatot : oat any ,Ulma and dmnd ,ComQarpistsat A..a OPTICS SUPPLY CO.
PAUL'S'AIIlAlpllIeftnfJI TWIN You and oach of you are her*. which/ you. or olthor of ? on row prtntinc. '" l'uitJablap
r.Nr.II :
by willed to present aay ea.lm.or tav. against th* estate .* '
REFRIGERATION damaada whloa you or ."".r :. Rodrhik. d..,...... late of aaldCouatr Our senior win DNa RAopoMlt BIT4.JaekMnrfll Lloyd E. Jmea Jr.. Owner

7.:Ncth of ,.u, may hay aided* Ih* lo th* County Jade of please you and i' : ftT..1"'I1'
oeUte at Kraeot: O. Krae d :: of' _
Clay Ccuaty. Florida kt hla I Specialist )fn
SERVICE Jta1W'If coaaed. lat. of AlUarkeiy Coua.ly. lloo In tk. ...' hoiu of laid our prtoft will to* TRAILER4Ptccmakeri' -,'" <
Poaacylvanla I RENTAL' 'If BALES Juda of Clay County. Florkie Florida, within, ,.Ia _I."dar
Open IA.I1.NIA.M. at hie. offlo la tk. Court Hens. month from the llm* of thefirst and I101nette Office Equipment:
Alt CeadHlewtn, stoMa-Oewtft.. of sail County at Oreaa C.v.a.rlag. publication of Ikla aotlc .
... -.... ......* t ACREAGE. :* lOTiBerttaf Florida within ealoadar > Two ooplo* of sack claim or d.> PRINTED MATTER Norris .lor''N' wl ;
5 S. rakwetto Street snontha from its t/m..1 mane shell" *>. Js wrlllnt, and Geed Tr Iteri'B4i&MIT "naocIIII Complete Lin of Greeting
Deal County Line RWntl. .I 0-11'Inial Ih. first publication of this Bo- hall ctat tb* pla.of. roiUUnr* Kouwlt,'Mr*.'
Acme bans SI4-t7M claim or demand hall and peal offlc add,... of the cur COUNTY CRESCENT Cuda
a..aae. !tone 1141511AfrUANCEg Nertk ol Orange Park r .......... nioffloV: wrltlner, and hall _slat.lb. claimant and shall k* iwora loflltnu BUTTS MOBILE HOMMi...

.,I.e. lOr .Id."ee and pert bP It. elsimsab hid' ./ant, orstlornoy n.. twt-411 .r
Gnats Clay OWJHNotarr > address of the claimant asd a000mp4111d by a no I-U1I 3MS-8T Park 8\., Jacksonville

BOATS ..* eta)) k. Swore t*, k, Its to* of *n. dollar and OIK*
VBBB.FBONK .II"-J"! '.." M. avoat or .....* or domaod ,not. ao filed t
any *.ek claim or d.rnaael ( Ii'II* .old.' ; LEGAL NOTICB: s 11111 ,IJi' f.II.f. f. I q II" 111111111111111111_
APPLIANCE 1191. .o fled shall bo rld, /./ Samuel C: R. Clayton.
Myron C. FTtvatt A* txocutcr of th. Laol
SERVICEw. Otis.. SS4-SM1 Atlrraoy at Law Will and Testament ol .ADTorl.llaaM FOB BID
INLET MARINA Nesleae Florida Nolllo I.0.1.51. YDUadJt; r.PRINTING 1 PROBLEMS |
8.11 14W1H H.ihta D. Rodrlck. -
1, aoalod will ba :;
Repair An BranchScnrtdnc r.IL ....U. I' Neat by tk proposals* Board of PubllaInetruotloa nP51,55 I II ,
p..blk-.Uoll F.br..ry U.
CIa c.... OnBft Afw. L Bl Ray ti.CM .
1111. of
Far Rtxteen Ten MEBCCBT OtmOABDSMEBCBOI8EB raR BBtoatJCraOLVTEBT IN THE TMB FOURTH CTRCTTtT JUDICIAL COURT Or 1.1" II. 1.4.1i_ Or.es furnishing Cov all Rprlnis malarial,. "orf"r and :tabor: ; I CAN :BE SOLVED HERE!

Orange Park n. M4IMSFULLERTON'S SERVICE CIRCUIT, m AND FOR CLAY CALL FOR ales for llio construction of Addltloalo -. 1( ,"
"0Ta('. 'TA CORTRACTMIiPALATKA William K. Cherry ElemontaryMchool.

BOATS TRAILERS CCYItANCRTA.:: :: FLORIDA.IIIVIIION .. Oranp Park. Florida, CALL, 2843166AND 1
RIVBR81DB A deocrlbed In Iko poclfloailon el
BANK Of JACK. ,
FOR INFORMATION ONLY .. proj"" All kid .'0. to b*
HONYIU.B. Florida baaklagr5Nrstlon.
OVTBOABD REPAIR SHOT TO a addreond to Ik. Board. *l Public '
S4 N. Orange Aft. A Z UPHOLSTERY rtalatlff.ANNIB"B. BID CLCM1VO DATE I05o'clock. Instruction of Clay .
LET
Green Gee .pn.-2514544 Hwy. 17 Orange Park Pit, .I.T.. (11onday) Ores* IVv Poetics Florid All : : US HELP YOU
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WILLKR. foNnorly lllk April IH.. hid must be In the band ** She
h/Ne tM-mj 111 MBCMB A,MMGreM ANNIB ... CANNES' Hoalod bide! will lie received' by Board n* later Ihan.:55 PMThursday. /h' Itt
ACCOUNTDIGREED Dofondant. .. Tho Board of Public Instruction April I. ..... at which" t I It tit U
OT. Brrinnrfcem of Putnam O.uatyFlorida at lime proposal will k* pubfloallyopened It III It tllli It lit MI'N+'1+i'lt'1'F.

SS4-I7M MOTICB or cnr Iho off** of Ih* Huperlntendent ,
INSURANCE THE SCATS OF FLORfBA-T0: : of Public liatruxrtlon la Palatka, t. Bach proposal must b. .41- .
ACCOUNTING PUJUIl'IDKS!: Anal B. Mellor U .. :aval Florida: at Ih* above .peclfled companUd by a certified' check '
il.uoa. Hot If. Car rl..' Foil date and 4lmo At IkU lima and payable unconditionally lo tko' .
AMD CANVAS' WORK Uffic. Nw York. N. *. mi. place all kid rtoelved will b. Hoard at Futile Instruction- ';
FRANK mono BOAT TOPS a CUSHIONS YOU AHB HBHkUY: NOTIrlh.1)Ikat : publicly opened and road aloud Clay Crusty. llreen Cov pHnaa.,
TAX SERVICE a ault kaa bout fill a*.,lail for Ike furnlehln of all mater Florida, or a bidder bond run* JQIINS.MANVILLF'S
Lisle BUrCOVERS MADE, DOS la the above autle 4>.11.. tale and labor and OMtruotlnp nine In favor of the Board of , !
Kenney, Owner beli.pal cad thai you arc koroby roqulr Ito followlnr school buIlding Public Instruction ofClay Cbu*. .
7 N. Orange A e. Green Cow "'N.w rurnlturt' lo fll* your ...or with Ik.. project In Putnam County, Flori.MMI t,. Florida In an amount equal NEW
lo.oraan wren Poru.ool- Berrie. with the Old Cbmforl* Clork .f tab Court, aad t* *.n. d.: I. 1%. of the matlmum I bid price,
Tit tstvmt a tkaroof -poa Its plaintut AnnITIONIWIKNCR la c.... a proposal 1 la net a*.
Comaleto: Inemrtnce Courage r'or.: atlomoy, whoa Him.niNOT copied. er It a proposal I I. ao.
Personalized ServicesAccounting c A. mnonx ...m. and addrou lai Thorn ". ,, JOHNS IUVEH JLNIOK copied, and a construction e.,... GREEN COVE SPRINGS PLANT
LOTt '
fa rnas AUTO J. Hlvon. P. U Hot III. Urn C'nILOOIC most la executed. and .*!..
HOMEOWNERS: I Coos Iprlai. Florid 1111, not PITNAM CORNY FLORIDA. factory contractor bond l I. furnlehsd .
& Tax lalor lhaa March I*, 11 4t Acv kid roolvd alter th. by th* euraessful "bidIt. IVM opportuntii'H for candidates with experience .
Returns UOKTOAaE LOANS I If you fall t. 4)0 .. dovro. pro oooirud due and use will not check or bidder band will
HOSPITALIZATION I coafooio will 4>o tntorod ...1..' b. ronoldorod. b* returned In each 1".1."...
rw Dont Tab Law you for tko rallof domandod la Each 41101 mUM ice aocomoanlod within. a period' of thirty tn in of thol toll owing!
,... complaint.Tli . hv 5 (."lfI.d Chock. Caeklora Isis thereafter. lo Its bidder any:
Business Firms &) .....1 Oreea Gee "' -INI When You Qui Get The Belt I I II ..,u,. of tko suit koln* Chock or Bid Bend I. Its .mount furnlehlnsT same \ l'hGIfNEU \

Individuals JaokMrtiOe SSS-ttn I tee Its forocloour of mort*...* of fin pf>rcnl of the II... Hd. I. T". successful bidder, will!
.acumborlna-* following do. a. a-uaranl. that the bidder If h. .eqlll'.d .. color Ina q dnn.prncllea ; .ACCOUNTING PAYROLI
BAXLEY TRIM SHOP i trtbod. _p.", la Clay County, awarded Ibis contract will, with.In airmenl with Its
a...uue InN .1.eH.eCARRY'S Florida: ten eons.c011v..s. \ender day i"c.o"I'I! Inotructlon of
MILL: :
DEUVEBT Lola On* (I) sal Two III after written notice brie ; elYon.of I : la a penal)
........ sad Wet .'. i Work Four 111, of LAkk4 curb award. enter 'Into a sum af not )1505. than. She m..1.| COST ACCOUNTING. CL1<;RWAIITILU''IO
II aNICV: A. a Ones Ace Sage. I U,_., roeordod In Plat Book af Public Inetruillon' of Putnam 4, The Owner reeerv its >' .
rtO&ID.'IUD" W. D. Morris I. PO.* II. .f Its Publlo R... County. Ylerlds'la' aMordaar rl..'M to reject all bid and lo I'URCIIASINOCatiilidtites'tvill
onto of ('far County. Florida. with the tccrpted bid and air* waive minor Irreaulirlloe or .,. '
Or M CM SBHBn ...... n.M SS4SMIVPROL8TEBT I WITNBM my hand .... Its a oral surely b.nd saUsfas. ron where. md lhrcu-h lndvertsnco *'
II .. alter It Tit WttMABl coal of said. Court *. u..." Cov. lore I* alt Board la aa amount Any aunt wres-iiUrlllea, .
DIaIr ... : prlnia.. "10'1".. Ikl* lilt diy equal lo one hundred percent n, error must b. rnrrer-ted on Ik. bo nchoduled for interviews
.tB. .. Orange AftBPMT4. .f Pohruary 1011. or the ennWeb prt's.'i.y iwonnoal ,In which. they nrcnrprior .
atonal u rARLULB, No bidder may withdraw hi. In the locution nf anyronelrucllon
........ All Jersey Milk ,Carl rurnlturt n..r* Clrrult Court bid for a period of thirty day rnntrerl which rosy from 12 noon to 8 p.m. owning Monday thruSaturday.
Oranire Park By Vivian M 'ohmnopuly Her the data eel f., tko open. b. awarded '''''.0.. .
Clerk log tkereof I. Plan and .perlf'allrnswar n
BhpWg Read TeL 144417 rer 23 Yean Experience (Court Pall All work .II'I l bV d1ne In M.ooideneo he nntalneit In I.... ..ffl. e nf Intrmatod will be furnishrd -
JacksonvilleBlkBtfac I.451.1. II. II *lta flana, kuotiflca Ih* srrhltM-t ll Frv' ALA, persons -
Free Estimates none and contrail Ixnumonialaua irrhlerl. Hit : II"A . Jseh..n5eill. .
a Cemr Bt I HOME DELIVERYCALL .,..,.t. ,..,.". w Prop.0y .. FlnrMa' UIMin a denoell
Sr TMB riBtinr COIn uouiae Ueurio rcaileui, n>f 55100 Those nnelle .'II he resume forms and appointment date bymailing
TeL nl.ltI&, rtek-Ur A Delivery or 1 1.A* I'uURr1. .....NUUA r...,... ....r...''riiYs.. epslll.ea115u. es.nr/rp.4 neon 'h. rotors 05pion. V
WE TKADE Df ANI'lHUtO' BY., sill -.."...., .....,......s.. end peciricatlon. In rood]
21441M SI4-IIM A With OsarantiedPOL'ND INNwsM-V Ohs, 05 ........N al (.d u/Oeu. condition. thif Information in letter forms I
Or YAWS TOMMIB LKB: HARRIS, (0 155 ....,........"."1 el P10115iaolruulWs ,'I .y f'O/"P5r palest
flalnllffUoftadaal 0' 51 lac ........ YIeerea r
"., lwurre ....r... "'ra..'..." "I1I.'f"...n'ir Crvo INHTRITTIOW"r fnrlna. Nnmoi l Alto' Experience

yarn tURRI" 5 .15154. a 15ada.U ,1. p, T.".* Jr
,'' u. Nt uf cilh plug and ? "
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MOTICB -orTB unCI .'" HIMJUivr ."..... unu lorols RnperlnlendentMOTH HcJioollnjf ,. CoU"Ko"Ut'grC'O

t SCATS QV\FbvmUAT, ainnltlg"\ 'limyeiareil"oaiy kyuenwei / ,-v f '
'tnltstlols iruia
I Prod llarrl. '. Or INTENTION TO
Iae OIL..i 155 arum/lest oy
CLASSIFIED ADS Koaldoao Ushae.aYOU ..........UM taorewiih !.",",.. The all:<<;"T_ rUTITIOI NA.NNolrn Address Phones No.
ARM. MICIIKUY NOTIFIED ........, Item ....... rostrs0. I
Ikal a M ka kooa tld; a.aln>, la horky does thai
]. tore oil b* refuaood apoa ..*' '
4 Its .100. oauud esues the undirila-nod .."eI.r Its poe.Whims Mall tot i
bid and
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kvaanee
tuiealon a return
sad ... ar* koroby required loor of hap4r 141 tt. l...
** ...... plslshff..horn.. y of Midi plan an j voatracldveumoai .t florid. Aril' of list will JOIINS.MAN'VII4TFcare '

RESTAURANT FOB LEASE: NEEDED AT ONCE lIor.whoo.. name and .ddn..ppar tea*days la ail fond.r ....*oadllionitaia .*.. set rxlitor with .". cUrk of Ik. :
poor wrlttoa dofo****, Circuit Court I. sod tor CI., I" /
Elm View .......... wlU If . I for Iko openinarf hid, If Its
er FULL er FAST-TIME: H..a aay I ta* bill of eomplalal ounty' Isis Florida, upon
I OM It lit rr..r.ea4rUt heel ,send I. cold ...11. ocpr of which I* tea.,.) aoalraptor deolre murelboa rocolpl of 'r.of p.i>U o4lo of of General Delivery!
wit iut ...... $ BUIee BertkCSC wives tad ..... needed I.i. laalee. ..11...... lo you ".'..1'| '', .. *r 11155 5.5 sot .r urb plane 5.d. 1kb'* S.Iks Ik* Ftrilrlowo" same I
IliWrnU .
at Black Creek .. US. N. .. ...** needed .. Bear kofor March :* AJJ 1111. ._" ".11"-.' pry k* tblalnod eldupl of AOIIIEII PASTRY eHnP. loll flrf.n"0ovo Springs Fla.
e .
< Iko root
i. 15.eihi age .f Kef WeecU.HHt )(.r.4 fall or daoroa: pro br P f **)' III.....' If )..... l- rk. riam ,. ,
17. T... .... DCS SM-UM. cello* ai Ihe' ale ol II esp.bs.1Isedrawin..sad I .
...rt. We trala. Write AnnMIT I. *.(** will bo palMd.clap ; 1.nodi: Ooo' Preset
Owesi Mratlfy kea ,rieecrlfiUB you for .... roliof paid la Its 14 HI No: I ''''. 4tInlorfirkon .'
It... ores ..... F. O. bill of complaint. r for poclflrallon I *, pU .
WANTED TO BUT Mf etorate, twMO r. MIa Fla.l
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THE NATl'HB OF PAID SUIT .; okaree*, u/bMk will sot .
Bex ... Ltvt Oak Sheila .. II. II II
.._.. .5i. 'Ia
b refMadablo .
Win aer WI' to I7IJ4)) for re- I." sad eeai If UUe a'ftrllee.Ml. KINO: Nbet *BMdore luallflwlions muet ke _. _

..Ira'$ BrrUkt peen. I win .... 1... ti lie oal ., aald Court *< Uroon sad Cove Ito aatlollcalory. lo Tho Unard olr .

Porlo.., Yl.rlda. tkl. lilt d. .blk> iHotroolloa. of I'uinamlounty.
lee reeoBUtipei. .... far' y
.
seer
Florida. Tk Board olPubll
of Fobruorr A U. I.4IOEOROB I
,.*. Fer .r..,....s It or Ufa.. REPAIRS FOB I. CARMMK, Inilruolloa of Pob15m
lALEi Nile I......
** flirt of Circuit BttUea ..... er write T. W. B HMt 1U ball,. tan* .... t Hyt v...... II Bokm, rl.kl i* pane! laformallil .la

) .ar... Ml .. 11U SUFalatka. Tmwrlter. . AH A BMkee Ailing sad kUeklaeriaalra. laedVav heels diva EWe ....... Cap r..... oall twoutr Clfkf :::.rI.they and oonelder la oxvopt 4*any e*bid latheir

FlarMa. Fkwao Eat EHNRirr J lArnimAitnraoy boot laioml and lo re1 .
... .... .. II. II. lip 5 +
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8-MU. All work twaraaUeel Can B. for "'.'"11" Nei U, 051 .11 1
1-4.11. ll.tSrFOB Addrooo ,TIC tC INIAIHi U" rtnucIPJ I
..... .. .. U4-SMI. r
D. Ill law Eartaaes INNTIIUCYION'
1.11'111'
: SALE 1IU TeDuwanaCoamtlkle 1.4.11. tip HELP WANTED Setter teedrwgeteen ..-......III.. Florida ...... seat fle1Ji.
1.111.1. II. II Ht W, M. T"' _. Spring Motors
15.1 bass "rtreAmir
'Ku-- B*. ...,..." .
.... W8W. $111.55. Cad 114m ...... Wei hsl.s. tend Mr r : I

IB ..... .. Mr. Aael.AlitBint eTM'B or I CTNST10r TO TUB CIaCCPV roiBT or
afWr .:N ..... l-ir BK.lfTKH: FICTinalt camp CLAY tOiHTV, FIOBIUAIUVl4TA
numaMT. B*...
"' .lIr. I* korobr il.o* that Ikoundoriuaod lei HAM lJit .
FOB SALE DackpBM r.rr* MOVE INTO A store. Rlckway It BUadAarlm.U4MTI.. .11.., Its ..1.1."*
-.t..AnI. -
of *kaa*.r lit **. c..1 Fl rl|. HAIIL: .
AJC.C. ........... Call 1S4Ult. Ph... lee'-.UIe da A.I. of lt t. will' r..lotrwMk 11.1.""

GPs M. 0..... It, aftrrH NEW BRICK HOME 3.11, lip lour Ski la .lest.. for.,Clay Its Co.C.I,-..'.,". MytljA7F.id.:

I: aadl ...-.. w. "*la of ..,.n.... upon roroiptof |..,....(.|
proof of of ojoTiiH or slit
pabllralMO Ikl*
READY FOB OCCTFANCT; FOIl RENT-CM/fele.llt a.- ootlro Ik* Fflillooo same of TMK STAIR OF rr/>llll' -ToiMoln

FOB SAUl I..*. 8lairHe4lyOarwt ealH ran t. apt r.alehe1. Clar Moot r..,.,. Hoi I*. Hi. Itft..a:1tT: A. ..t'IW "Ttr.I"*" .
borala HI, Orooa Cr *prlg, *. I4U North arrest
Tractor with S Flewa, CaB SM.MI1. ...... liM ,m ".. mbortvlllo: New Je roey

DW aadl Weed CwtUr. 1S4- 3 BEDROOMS .,.... o. r. W..... Yell AMB IIFHKHT K, ..... ../. 11. IS.i Ikol a lull too .kon filed
"Tt. t,IS. l-4 DO YOU e* ,..* .!.. er oc- ......., y.., In c.. above enlllUduired
M.. 511 ,.c son ...r.., roe
1 11 BATHS taalullo B.*4 ...,f Rate .. lo servo ape pl.snlr..Ilnta .
FOB SALEl Tkr<. ....... CLASSIFIED l ADS .p ..t.55m. .... ..4Pr. (
|})-l /t er erra llrH wHfco laakiac
law. ... Mock west ef High ... aapvar ........ your writ'
IN BETSTOHE! HEIGHTS fee a single /1e all..t to* Li......' If ..?.,** 4Ke bill
S a.... 144 .......,. .. Baa'avmlart Ben.es.fkpre.les FrcofBoatawa N rompuinl I COM out, e5o y
Writ His M. Oar Co..(, of *>..... .. aVIIn.rrd lo rikereoiik. U''oun CAR WILL HUN :32 MILKS' ON) A GALLON OF OASH'
Atveioo py 144 f4 CievpHloaaJ high
LAKE PRIVILEGES er-.. on *r. bf.r. April 1 If
deep oa West 8lr H. Oartce.Frlr Earalx firt-TIm. *orkFer A r> I.IMat.15
fill Bel ., ._.. proronr YOU CAN IIAIT: LUIJHIC'ATKD; t CIIAXOK: OIL FOR $3.40
.. .... sties. Ehroo4Jobaooa. AdUodl laroaa .
w* FOB BENT M.* .. eee will t* entered ..eleelfnr
ra "'
........ MS Ho.Mirtola $12,150.00 .. H.Iklble porlr ., porooni ntal I. 005 the.. .,.11...., pr.t.4 In ... IF IT WILL HUN 40,000( ) MILKS:/ ON ONK: fUT: OF TIHKSIF :
... *! |..) BWVBMart ennui or '....1... ....... for Ibio .r>. MM oI r m .I. .
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(O-weaiU Tara 11.11. .,......... slip N4TI HP OF alit II"TDEI
.... with (.,.... Tkree Ic koo4U It..5,1d ItCJ ,
T........ U444U.4U< '. .. ... ",'..111. TRI:..rVIHIOH rt n t iviitu 4a rWITMmir'mr A YKAW:
Balk Bertk elf Greee i Cor ... HAliHi TLH. all lkrkoor i *o\* > In *
-- a..l o* ookd f M are.or'.oe
FHA farlac. rlvr. Alsea wrH.toff LIME ...>d.ra typo ..... I 05,10.. FoA.. Oh'. U''OU CAN I.KMOVK: : TIIK: KNOINK; : IN 10 MINUTKHTIIKN :
FOB SALE, !-.*...*. hdw r_liNg a.d _,,........*.11. 1110. .* .
Ilk dar Il.te.ure
*. kraBUfmOr M.d.r.1-4 Will Ialnf.r. witb *f Merrb, Jr.
a** Fur ,
oei *ae aero. Hei water healer.I .... Fo WerpMtiM plies p,...., .... ..,..... /.>rr n..t. DM $400. ,
vrB. 0. Highway IS.BeaaaaaMr $69.84 Illtlt. or III*** Cook A.stl l| e...e ,..... ,-eNv

rrWH at 11}44.Caak. i Gtwa Glee 1S4.UII. skis| ImmodtaUly. Ylvvs H. P.e5m.
IT'S OHVIOL'S THAT rot ALIIKAW: HAVK: OXK.:
Ninth Dews 1-4, II. II. tS-e T* "..';1'", pee mail tars Finn.
Ice tareroMtipo abotttCt for. I oparo hour wookly : ?**

.. Cote "'-JII.. I-1 1 If e CooM Set op lo hers M p.r .....alb A0.Ms.e tor 4i'Ilt.
rOB BCXTfW Ikiel ,... In pour' ...,. II.... / _. I'/l n..s litear.
I T... ....'., will .,... f.f..a.lal ... revs Por'o... rMr'As.
FOB SALE Seer.. |. n *DrleMdUUeo. ..*lr er eaMttltlf rake, mMnaHe. . aooiotaaro Ie fall Ho If

VA Blverlr ....... I dooir.d. UsedVOLKSWAGENS
Table .... with .
( a M ....., calooa fill/, qooll
three ......... G-.4 t*... Farlalenaatlwa attire aorta .. Ore** C*.eat tI... for c". llmo tod ..._...." CUSSIFIED mnokLtr
...... .,.,
4) laromo Mono '.
pkeow Orvni Core $66.87 $50. Iprhlgs BlMk Cr**%. t-4tfe 4> ........* lo ot op for ,...
JS4.1441 after I 44 J." I 0 w. _.,. '-........ hilt ... 'r_...

: pxaa. Ninth Dewa I rOB ROT Oae -Ides.he. 41 "lilac, eliollla/? o.. Caanaaar. bad ......... f,
.. .
- n4 see. >*ry
FOB tAU OM WdVooaikawa ... paid Isi...hdl ... For proi>al ..'.n". lo peer snltie/ bdltM la ...1 ........

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I ;" M 'H-C ", & Penney i ", "FarmsReporter of. Rout Week at r -Bishop- to VisitThe Dunbar Panthers. -, ,,Win. 1' ),":


MRS. HERBERT D; MYERS, Fbone,129: -'lll. .-
Oel P'B Church State Championship
Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. ly Mrs. Oracey's daughter Mrs. C. A.. O. Pease-Mrs.. Dr. ptist :
Leonard Howe and Mrs. Howe's Quite a coincidence in a city Kortellng, Mrs: H. C.: More-
sister and husban4 Mr. and of three million people house, Mrs.. C. S. Dopp, Mrs Operating with the precisionof star guard received a* kne 'in-'
Mrs. F. Forbes, gave Miss Stel C K. Imbrie, Mrs..C. H. Coker, a'well-oiled machine the Jury and had to leave the game
la Cass a most welcome surprise. Mrs. P. R. Batchelor, and Mrs. Panthers and Pantherettes Of This injury which occurred late
On Tuesday, March 18, at
? ,The Howes had been M C. Orr. Dunbar High School set the in the fourth quarter had little,
3 o'clock, the Woman's Christian
touring southern Florida and local basketball world agog by if anything; to do with the out
Temperance Union will
were on their way home at meet in the Lecture room with Visitors at the Penney Me. advancing all the way to the come of the game.
Nlchola, V. V., Miss Cass'* Mrs Marie Wilson as hostess mortal morning worship service finals of the State Basketball The boys'who only finished
home >town./ Mrs. Howe and Mrs. M. O. Robbins will lead last Sunday, Included Mr. Tournament. third In the conference and
Miss Cass were closely connected the devotions and Mrs Fred and Mrs. Robert M. Imrle. 1039 Dunbar, long noted for its rated as just another also-r.an
in church and mission erick Andrei will furnish music Central Avenue, Needh.am outstanding: basketball teams because of their lack of height,
.
activities: An excellent cafeteria The program will be I In Mass Mr. Imrie Is owner of the made history as this was the were the Cinderella team of the
'dinner give a splendid' charge of Mrs. Karen Klser Harlow-Inrie Corp? of Newton, first time any of Its teams has tournament. Game after game
time for reminiscing. Mass He .Isja. ; trustee of the ever finished In the top three the short but slick moving Panthers -

Mrs. wishes to Presbyterian ,,Church of Need- spots; they once played for cut down ,opposition.
Smalley correct
The Rev. and Mrs. Herman ham formerly Old Scotch consolation and lost. Chipley with a 7" 1" center
Noyes have entertained this what was reported she Presbyterian Church of Boston: Fantherette Finish Second went first 60-49, then Can-
said at the Feb. 16 WCTU
past week .Mrs. Charles C. Mrs. Imrie la'organist and The Ibis had It relativelyeasy tenement 82-50.
., Earle and Miss Marlon Earle of Meeting. She did npt say that Choir Director. Those! folks Rt.:. Rev. Thomas H In their first two ,ames. In the semi-finals, the Panthers
Ormond Beach', Florida, and the African students would give were Introduced at the closeof r Wright: Bishop of the Zplscd- In their 'first lame White I racked up Cross City to
Vineyard Haven, Mass. up Christianity after studying Sunday School by Miss van pal diocese of East 'Carolina, Springs was the opponent and the tune Of I3-S8. Finally the
In this country. She said that
Exel General f church officers for Youth Week at Orange will be s guest Of his brother. made a good fight of It before boys from Dunbar had to face
The Rev. and Mrs. Paul A, they might lose faith in De. Park First:Baptist Church are pictured with the Rev. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.E. falling 29-20.. Live Oak their I' the tall and accurate shooting
Callender of Butler, N. J. were mocracy because they saw so All participants In the Golden Gene McCulough.'minister| (extreme right) and the minister C. Hicks Jr. at their It- !second opponent didn't have team from Marianna who had
unchristian activities '
guests of the Rev. and Mrs. many Wedding Celebration next of mn>lo-t Frank Oracey last Saturday I' here in, this democratic' coun.I'' Sunday evening should be pres. officers are left to right, Dojce gewell Brotherhood president month when he conducts Len cleaned up 3924.,It was in the position ,This .game. was exciting .
Mrs. Callender is the sister of ',try. ent for the rehearsal In the ;"Lewis Miller,, chairman of deacons: Wendell Payne ten services at St. Johns Episcopal posh against Greenville\ that from, start to finish with
the late Mrs. Myra Montrose Lecture Room next Friday (tomorrow minister of music-education; Debbie Jones, Church Clerk; Cathedral In Jacksonville the; Pantherettes met their waterloo Dunbar leading most of the
and is known by many of her The World Day of Prayer ) at 3 o'clock There Susan Saunders. W.M.U. president; Ronnie Klngry, Sunday Bishop Wright will conductthe and bowed 3428. In the time and finishing on top 64-
former friends here. meeting last Friday, drew an will be an informal tea for the 'School superintendent; and Bobby Srendsen, training midday service at the cathedral dosing states of this game, 47 to wrap up their first and
excellent large congregation of participants at the close of onion director. Not pictured ls Larry Green chairman of on March 31, and la- Mary, Odom, the Pantherettes' only State Championship,
The unusual has happenedwith both 'men and women. The ushers' Youth ,Week begins the rehearsal ter that day, services at the
the Rev. and Mrs. FrankM. program prepared by the National ___
Episcopal Church of the Good
Oracey. While watchingthe Council of Churches and '
news on TV last Friday and the World Council for use 1 In I' The preacher at the Penney 1Jlefurs Shepherd. i FOR, GOOD PRINTING SERVICE
viewing the pictures of the ail countries around the world, Memorial 11 o'clock worship to fIFe iEbitnr I A native of Wilmington, N.

blivpard in Chicago and a solitary was followed. Mrs. Thomas 8 service next Sunday will be C., Bishop Wright was educatedat CALL THE" CRESCENT AND LET
Dr. Daniel the University of the South .
.Poling.
fighting the snowstorm, Cleaver was at the organ. During To Our Readers: '
Mrs. Oracey recognized the the service Mr. Lynn Sheldon The leader of the prayer We have this'week: received the right to edit the letter to Sewanee Tenn., and at Virginia -
delete libellous US PROVE THIS SERVICE TO YOU
face of her own daughter, Jan sang a solo, and a duet meeting on Wednesday, March another anonymous letter, or inconsequential Theological Seminary.
Llnfield, a Psychlactrlc Social was by Mrs. Lloyd Ferris 17, will be the Rev R. S. material. After serving as Episcopal
sung The letter makes various allegations ,,, __,,,,,_,,
Worker in Chicago. A long and Mrs. C. A. Miller Those Ouptlll. about the The views expressed on the chaplain at the University of .nmmn" "mm"m""" IIIIIItIIII1I "'III....
distance call to Chicago confirmed taking; leading parts Included Saturday, March 13, 3 o'clock morals of. editorial page of The Crescent North Carolina he became rector
that the lone woman on Miss C. Tarbell Mrs. C. O the Elton Stone Bird Club will an unnamed to the person writer who, would, according are thost of the editor, If a of the historic Robert E. John's Radio & T V
the deserted street was actual. Cole, Mrs. T, H. Runyan, 8r? meet In the Lounge at the have become chief of person disagrees with any of *Memorial Church at Lex.Indon. -
Quadrangle. Mrs. J. Kelljt of police in them he has the privilege of Va., which he served ,
Jacksonville and Miss Clara Green Cove In the event the rebutting them.However from 1934 until 1941 when'he RCA -1-{: 'ZENITH
two unsuccessful .
candidates
Syvret will be the speakers for became dean of Grace Episcopal I
views
no will be
BUD'S GATE STATIONKEROSENE the Green Cove
I City Commission AMAXA NORGE APPLIANCES
Cathedral. Ban Francisco: I .
-- had been printed unless the name of the
elected.) I
writer U known to tar If a In 1943 he was named rector I -
CARD OF THANKS The letter Is Service All Makes a' Models
prefaced by the writer on any subject hasn't Of St. Marks Episcopal I Experienced On ,
Homo
Delivery or We wish to thank our many ', statement: "I.doubt-If you'll the courage to put his name Church Ban Antonio, the I SERVING CLAY COUNTY,' OVER It TEARS
U-IIaul It Service Available print this one.. - -
friends and neighbors the Doc to what he believes, we have. fourth largest Episcopal congregation '
Phone 284-92,30: tors Inlet Civic League the The writer Is correct n't the Interest to print anonymous In the nation. He was I 24 West Walnut Street -:Green Cove Springs
Orange,Ave and Cove St. GREEN COVE Asbury Methodist Church and I I It has been pointed out in letters nemed Bishop of East Carolinain Phone 284-3122
the Helm Funeral Home for these columns repeatedly that I The EdItor 194S I

their many kind expressions I I The Crescent will publish any I '... .-...,.-,..--,--
of sympathy food, flowers and statement of attitude even I WIIWWllllllllmWWIWmillIDmll.WlW.lillllillllllll llm m llmIIIIDIIII 1I111.1I.-.1 1
money during the long Illness where it is In direct conflict
Don Pool'sSELF8EXVICI and death of our father and I with the policies of this news

husband. paper , providing the state CHEST XRAYCLAY
IM1
COW LAUNDRY Sadie Doyle ment does not constitute libel

Palmetto Hrastea, Green Cm (Mrs. George Doyle) wife and providing it is signed The
Mrs. Catherine Doyle Hewitt Crescent will always withholdthe
Open 14 Bean Every Day Mrs. Theethls Doyle Page name of the writer at his
Ptifks-HsnillT Mannrnoi or her request But The Crescent
--- COUNTY MARCH 6 THRU MARCH 20. 1965
Bauble Lads ... .- 1.-.... Singh Leads! Its wants to know who is --, .

XVKBTBODY Raff Dm rTKLCOMIt Its r SEE r"j writing the letter. It reserves -

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I If. ". ;: t E rr' - WITH HUNTING.VELIKa DOGS WITH EVERYONE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER

4 JIM WATSONAnd By Rob B.rto Manatee .
*vl.H! A PCA On rrlikiM Pl rwdiftmtrch Center
How does your dog travel to
llk.tRMEDIATETEFM ; ) the site of your hunting expedition
t MARCH" 16TH : Ideally, right In the car PLACE m TIME
LOAN \ with you, preferably In the
? back seat where he can't Interfere *

K'io Hear Bpeelal Guest some with type your of dog driving carrier.; or in GREEN COVE SIRtXos MIDDLEBURG &, PINE ST8. SAT. MAR. 6 1-4 & 5-8

UP to ..;. : EMMETT MC 'CAlL If you use a carrier or crate,

: .7 years to repay t- t' Clay County leg M air sure and from a he chance time gets to plenty to time.stretch of fresh his KEYSTONE IIEIGIiTS JCT. 100 &, 21 TOE MAR. 9 12-3" 4.6KINOSLEY

Whm, you compare the eott of .,, t ,( Agriculture Agent Unfortunately, the slit of aerate '
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STORE ruE. MAR. 9 1.8oRANOE
PCA financing with certain other .. ( needed to accommodate LAKE STRICKLAND'S
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types which have carrying charges, /' I' y AT 6:45:: A.M one of the large hunting breedscan
be
,
unless
prohibitive
and Interest
service fees prepayment
WED. MAR. 10 1-5
f you're driving a station wagon. PARK MOOSE HAVEN
,you'll see why it pays to shop ,'" ,i en This often means that dog and
for er clit. Buy,major capital Improvements crate are relegated to'the
for your farm with cash t 1r1\ PIMRFOLCHANNEL trunk of the car which is not ORANGE I'AItK FRIENDLY INN . WED MAR. 10 6.8 8nADOW
arranged through low-cost, farm- I I the place for a dog. The use of

tailored PCA financing 12WFGA I the a excusable car trunk full only for of hunters this when purpose you and have no is : ROOK SEVEN ElEVEN STORE THUR. MAR. 11 10-1" 3-6

space for your four-footed
Northeast FredMttra. Credit companion. In such instances, DOWNTOWN FRI. MAR. 12 11-2" 41IIDnLEnUR
AasodatleaJtl Bit Edgewood Arenas 8* -TV take. every available precaution. ORANGE PARK

Stain EA Street I-S1U PaktkaTal Tel Jacksonville BY 4-1141 JACKSONVILLEVan 1t ;-'; (} HUNnEY'S' SUP. MARKET SAT. MAR. 13 12.3MIDDLEBURO


SHIRlEY'S' TRUCK STOP S4T. MAR. 13 47CY

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7 lee) IIJUJ SCHOOL TUE. MAR. 16 12.2GIIEEN


-- : : cOVE SPHlxns GREEN COVE YARN CO. TOE. MARI 16 3.5MAUSil'tLIo


V first the crate should be JOHN ON'S' GROCERY TUE. MAR. 16 6.8
anchored in place to avoid
I slipping .Secondly, the trunk I

II you don't trade to should assure be opened plenty of wide fresh enough air, i PENNEY: FARMS'\ POST OFFICE WED. MARs 17 1-4

: r and Insure fixed against securely closing enough There to I "WINE", VILLAGE: LITTLE'S' SUP. MARKET WED. MAR 17 5-8
are special locks available that I
N : with us we've both hold the trunk safely open. I I

to Another have the wise exhaust precaution system of Is J IOCTll's) INLET: CIVIC CENTER THUR. MAR. 18 14HWOEwoon

;your car checked before
settingout
lost ! tion.on Even your if the hunting dog is expedi getting i ) RIDGEWOOD GROCERY THUR. MAR 18 6-8
I
r
l r sufficient air a leak or mal

may function make of him the exhaust ill and hell system be GREE: COVE: SPHlxns DOWNTOWN FRI. MAR 19 10-1'". 36'OIUfX
in no condition to hunt. Re

... hunting member trunk suffocation that dogs each fall year or victim carbon many to : : cln'E: SPHIXOS DOWNTOWN SAT. MARs 20 10-1 &, 3-6

monoxidepoisoning and never .
live to hunt
I Feeding lips To assure you THIS SERVICE: PROVIDED: B\". I IX CO-OPKRATIOX WIT 11:
that your dog will get all the
NESS I nutrients a hard working dog CLAY COUNTY IIKALTH DEPARTMENT TUBERCULOSIS
BUICKPONTIAC.v. will need, and to make feeding BESIMlUTORr
430 Orange Avenue Spring. ;* i easy, take along food a top such quality FLORIDA STATE BOARD OK HEALTH DISEASE ASSX. OV NORTH EAST: FLA.
as
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I' Pity the Poor GatorPity r Yankee Sea Loaf Million Dollar Industry' :,


the poor gator, since be I found their wej to the states s
It probably the victim of more hide dealers. I By Edward M. TaylorMiter's <

imagination and less real The present wildlife research, : :' : ( Netet BalM weeks -age Edward M. Taylor, n.ear..ld ."The growth and' strength of the textlta'inBustrfe** ."

knowledge, than any other I Program Is designated to de i .. .L\.I: \ .I. '(Ia, lUgh .School senior and State /-H Club which, with Its allied apparel industry,- empio]p'two:' ;
member of Florida wild king termine "; ., ".. ,., ,
the i4 ., .
andgrowib } \i\ "
movement ..
.. broad
.t, .,';1 i. : ; ;'. . president researched, wrote and presented a tern paper million persons, are necessary for the stability1and
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dom.' People either like or dislike rate of the ' : ". +"" .' "" .
aIllr.tor,1 ''' '' ,. 4 on "MUllon''l3iyUr Industries In Green Cove" for his class prosperity of the nation )
the alligator and an Indifferent the size ,, .
of !
attitude Is rare among survival rate sexual maturity, i 1' .\.. in Prebkiie' Lirf ricsn Democracy. Much of his source The Oreen Cove Springs Yarn Company U located on'
of
who In the young the :: material,( i back Issues ot The Creseent and from the banks of the St. Johns River In downtown Green' Cove.
those come contact with effects 'of
nature on the aUl material .*Crescent's flies We think. the which feet
leviathan. ,b paper Spring Th brick building 51,000 square house* Jrver
the gator and Its
effect on nature I west a lifted U him bat week Is representative ofIk 200 employees This Ia one of the two stretch raga fscj&rhnv

F. K. Jones and other blolo- and bow to manage the reptile lke belt 'tt k producing'and we are proud to have of Burlington Industries $CS' .
I
iists of the Game and FreshWater effectively author t It In foil here In twoImkllm .
pertblaI publish
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Almost manmade and natural fibers tfj dIn
every are
Fish Commission who "It Is essential that we knowif :If : ;
the manufacturing of the fabrics and products of ftirvllngton
been lathering a dry ,
have data on or wet season will alter I ,' '
\ Industries Their fall three'oasl
Into
products *
for r t 'the
alligators to their m.&nt'ean Incidental species reproduction the of the At the age ot,,'J7, Mr. Spencer Love started his first areas which are textile for apparel, the home, and Industry. ; J
work with or survival
rate of
mill In small North Carolina community He named his Approximately 65%' account foe the textile for ,
the
game and fish report that the young If the advance of
company Burlington Mills after the town that helped in total sale 23% .
of"the civilization is . apparel along with for homes, and 10%
ancestor present day a serious threatto him finance It for *
Industry -
alligator first appeared' the survival of the speciesor .
earth approximately: : 30 million If a controlled limited har- .K Mr. ltO .' e ompJlahed this feat. In 1923 after an education In the last few years the process of blending manmade I

years ago. His appearance and vest would endanger the alligator can Salmon be prepared Loaf wastes in the not morning a crumb, then This stored money-saving, for baking betbr recipe at Tale and a tour of duty In World War I In France. fibers and natural ones has Increased. Even though thle

habits have remained almost ." said Jones luncheon or supper. He first took a Job as a payroll clerk in a mill at Gastonia I Sa true man-made fibers account for 80%" of th material.

unchanged ower'the years. I When the biologists capturean Good Kexxrty; ootUg lor family About U cup silks N. C.but soon he used 13.000. he had saved and with some used and cotton 30%' and wool l 20%" > yj,'

The biologists have come to alligator they weigh and eppoUtee la la this economical acna borrowed money he bought this plant In Oaitonla. Later In sales Burlington Industries produce theftf product

the conclusion that while the take a total of fifteen different recipe., The Beta know Ingredient laolmoa. Vt tootpooa dill, weed or he sold It and moved the machinery to Burlington, N C., In many fashion, About 25% of) the total laW ar*.' in
so you It fcufea d. favorite ierbU
alligator is unusual It should I I measurement of the captive: Ildoua. owl th* pretty pUk flake.. teaepooa pepper where he built a plant in a corn field on the outskirts ot finished consumer goods 50% of the goods are finished

be managed as any other species The alligator 1s tagged and Lined with broad crumbs end It tooapooa salt town. Its first products were bedspreads fabrics, and the remaining 25%" In unfinished or' grelge

of wildlife. The alligator then released and the biologists aoaoonlnoe. on packed UM Urn Cut slice horn lop ot bat Bo- '' fabrics and yarns.Burlington .
east lo bo baked togolhet' cudMrreJ more broad from _II. locnrlao Mr. Love was especially Interested In the new man- '
however, should be considered hope for a later recapture togothar. It's a _n..l bottom and aide W Inch thick made fiber,' rayon. Most penple believed it to be a cheap Industries has made new changes in each f
as an economic resource and I The Commission has worked disk fof children, who aNd plenty Crumb bead It should assure substitution for silk Mr. Love and his 'associate: foretoldthe of its basic diversions First in wearing apparel, we see
for of flood load lull of vltamlno, .
not as a sporting game ani several years developing a alaiseals 0 cups. changes for the man. They, have developed a suit for
tagging ad proteU. And !lot all thle.salatto. Cook vegetable 4 tableopoons future when rayon and other manmade fibers wouldbe .
mal.The I system that would la on. al die beet foods' butter for 10 aI.lI... or until teador. developed Into Quality fabrics that. would replace the use nine months out of the year, by blending fibers. For
alligator Is a.valuable provide the wildlife specialists "10 grow *.." High la pistils It Praia Mould from eon of aol- expenalve silk,This first plant employed 200 persons the woman they have developed fabrics to save her time
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with the needed information la cm exceptional aoutco of this.mla. ton Info measuring and odd In the laundry to make her
natural resource In many cup more comfortable and to give
ways.
Alligators have had notches CM will oa ell the aCIJor) al..meal. ... milk to make H cup liquid. Seat Through tne years the company
The alligator la a prime,tourist cut in their scales, they have . Add to this Ita low tat eoa liquid Info.ggs has developed two main her fun In her more lively life.
attraction, an Important teat and you have lust what the In miring bowl combine crumbs principles decentrsllsatlon In the area of Industry Burlington Industries has aided
In been branded tattoed. and doctor ordered. and flaked aa... Add.eoaeanlng electronics In
ecological factor maintaining making laminated glass fabric for backing
painted and and .. and diversification. r/
now many are vegetable Stir In liquid rock ,
the balance of nature in Florida sporting bright yellow nylon YANKEE SEA LOAF Into brood _laIIIer. piling high The executive offices of Bur ',,' .k. printed circuit saving hours of hand wiring, In space Bur-
's wilderness and once an small loaf ttullcod broad on top. Free top allco la place, lington Mills located In I cr.' ,) llngton Industries has produced fabrics for missiles and
tags in their neck and tall are
(about T 14 lac. .
of to Ploeo on baking aheot Melt. remaining also material
important source revenue nose cones light enough for parachutes
scales as the results of the t*cup minced onion bultor and bnuh and Greensboro N. C. Their merchandising
the state.. In 19S9-80, the last M aUacod top Another material has been developed for computer and
latest marking system.In eve c..eI poppe* aids Bake U ct JSOT ovo for headquarters are In
open alllrator hunting season. addition to wilderness re minced celery with 80 to 10 ...11"':. Serve hot, cut New York while the Duringi; typewriter ribbons
reports indicate that lU3lal. the leoreaI1 Into .11_ with serrated knllo. Our third area Is In textiles for the home. lice
search. Commission personnel (Ouad car aolauo. Servos e. ton Export Company ls locatedin pain were
ligators over six feet In length have Investigated hundreds of Burlington, N. C. taken to develop curtain and draperies that need no Iron-

complaints I about alligators In 1855 the Burlington Mills Ing. Also developed were carpet and rugs\ with brightnew

during the PUt years. Jones A Countywide ChamberContinued Corporation changed Its name colors that live longer and stay cleaner.

AUTO LAFFSBoy said "most of the complaints to Burlington Industries, Inc Mentioned before. was the fact that th Green Cove

can be classified into three ( from Page 2)) For the third consecutiveyear Springs. plant. was one of the two stretch: yarn factoriesof

general classes. The first class Burlington Industries has Wf Burlington Industries This process Is the newest development -
In substance. The Crescent believe the present leadership t '
of Industries.Th .
Includes those persons who reported a record sales of over w Burlington
of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce ha dragged
have little or no informationor one billion dollars This year ; process Is one where ordinary wool, nylon, cotton,
its feet on the matter of Industrialization, lumping on the '
knowledge about the alligator the figure was 113 billion as or acetate yarn II I processed to stretch.
; the next group are those bandwagon with "coffees" and dinners after the coming compared to $11 In 1083, and The fiber U dyed the final color before the process 1s

people who insist on making of a new Industry was an accomplished fact. ".0 in 1><3. All time record .started Then the yarn ls fed Into a machine: where In a

pets or alligators and in turn On the matter of attracting a Jobs Corps Training earnings were up 25%" this chamber of 450* farenhelt. Is exploded. The fiber gain'bulk
Center to Green Cove, the Chamber'.lead'l'Ihlp has passed
the gator loses Its natural fear year and are separated Also In this sam process the yarn U
the buck, we believe, to others who badly needed the backlog
of man; the third group Includes Burlington. also reported EDWARD M. TAYLOR crimped and twisted In either a clockwise or a counterclockwise -
of the business community On the matter of working
those who Invade the some tl< million spent on direction. Twdmachine .'are employed one for
I alligators natural I territory with other civic group, we believe, the Chamber's leadership building and remodeling the facilities it now owns crimping and twisting the yarn In either of the two dlreetlons. .

where complications arise from has allowed its passions to go to its head; which U only The companies annual dividend, as of December I, was Then this yarn Is fed Into a machine that combine.the .
It has flatly refused to us* the sweet art of
tq **y per-
WASTNATACURWWatch the close: association of human Increased from $1.40 to a rate of II.60. The book value ofa yarn and the opposite twist repels each other and the
susslon with whose membership it had no stomach I
dwellings end alligators Asa groups common share of stork. ranges at 133.00. At the end of yarn Join and a stretch effect II I produced.
It big boy! Let us rule the complaint alligators for. 1983 there were 12.Itl.84S shares of common stock outstanding i The market this year are full of materials mad of this
check your brakes for"safe- Though Orange Park and to some extent. Middleburg. fabric Some of the Item
new
are' captured and movedto and were held by 34,519 stockholders new are stretch Jeans, ski
tyi sake 'wilderness area for re- sre Jacksonville-oriented; though Keystone Is Stub and pants women 'suits and mn'i suit. The outstanding
OslnesvUle-ortented; all of us have a community of pur- Burlington Industries Is the world's leading and most
characteristics of this
material Its
teas. are coloring ability, holds
LABUE'S' poe*. It was as If a lawyer whose purpose ls to practice diversified textile producer. Burlington Industries owns shape and creases and has a long life

law; a doctor, main purpose Is to re wor the 111; and a retail I3T plants In seventeen states, eight foreign countries and Burlington Industries, which Ia I the world's largest textile

SERVICE: STATION Little Classified .f(II merchant whose purpose I II to sell the goods In his shop Puerto Rico Approximately 87,000 people are employedby producer has been a great asset to the economy of Green

Results toUltra. could not be close friends working for a common good. Burlington Industries Cove Springs and its
...... IIt.llll Bring Big people
The disparity of our Individual ends doe not effect As quoted by Mr. Charles P. Myers, Jr, President and
Junction Hwy II A IT Try one and our common good. executive officer of Burlington Industries: ITo Be Continued Next Week)
Ore** Ore Bpriags .......
ate your results The Clay County Chamber of Commerce needs,we believe

a broader representation on Its governing board |H "'(('flill/lalfll't gone lo lEA price!
Lllb lgi.s Oreen Cove need the help and brains and know-how . .

and. above all. the friendliness of any man,' woman or

child In any other community of the County who will benda

shoulder! to the wheel. Our tasks and problem ar* formidable *


SEE YOU ATEchie's On of the three or four most powerful political figuresIn est

Florida, In a letter to Th Crescent dated March t, combination

wrote "Oreen Cove's only hope st the moment appears to

bo the possibility that the Office of Economic Opportunity ".

may reject the Blending site."

Is the Clay County Chamber of Commerce, or Its

present leadership, ready for th moment the OEO may of luxury and

reject handing Are they ready to enlist the active and economy

enthusiastic aid of other loaders in the County In secur
.
/
this boon for Green Cove i
Ing great or shall we sit on our
IN 5 0'
hands until Blanding Is rejected and then loo U altogether

< to Georgia can
Th Chamber1 present. leadership recently advised the toS you

ORANGEOALEWhtre Green Cove City Commission In effect to "forget It utUl >

Blinding' I Is rejected." This advice la antithetical to every

single word of advice given by high federal and Industrial .t.. buy

Northrop( Corp.I officials with whom representative cfTh

.- *----" Crescent nave talked on numerous occasion and at

great length. -
Vtf think th* Urn has com not only to put to work G.RoELAIRG'.
aU th talents of the present board of the
Clay County
Slrtl -
The first [ "/1"'
Chamber of Commerr,but to lure others oho might benefit J

directly or Indirectly from the growth of Green Cove, or any
_
other pert of the Count,. -

If Handing get th* Job Corp Training Center, Bradford ;,- "\
County's success story will be that It'* Chamber cfCommerc :)J -. !

,1 TCOTNEYTIRE went out In the hustings and told the county -.e ti

civic organizations ministerial alliance fit th mlnurn -

\ buy a bill of goods chances are their congregations ,

leaders.win tool, its county, business municipal and educational !! -JY-!


1''s SERVICE It was In Bradford County, a remarkable display fUarawork

We can and should learn a lesson.As .

Jacks**+* a beginning the Clay County Chamber of Commerce.
C*. Park A KkM
we belle. should go out and invite reproarntatlve* from

PWaws IV 1-loTJ er gY ..**.1 Orange Pak MMldleburg. Doctors Inlet Keystone, Penney

Farms and every crossroad In the County to become, for "', our Intuluftnprkntulltlii Chtcrottt utth You
can actually: luy this' the nest year, ex-officio members of Its board. There will dnp-iu'.tt carpeting i luxurloui pattern cloth up- allghtly more than many Intfrr"fMU.t..I.cecl| models
then be a chance to hoar
I their advice\ and an opportunity,
TIBI.Mm. NIt year, to aominat tad elect them openly kottltrv trimmed Mil rti/lt and a Turbo-ThrUt Jjf other mk-and even tor leas than rime of them f

The statement that -united w* stand divided w* fsll" Six lo male tht most villa t.tmtk: ride Lou In all why of the'*"valu!' for and* smaller satisfaction!' that ca't begin to offer

or just slowly fade a..,. was not said in Jest.t.A9c41iitu1i. sal, mtf on furl-j/f tltlt .pI,,,,,, Sit glt-rt you you get In this Chevrolet. M Air.

th- _.... t. UIA GMT! V trick p/d"0. and all the smooth dtfxndallt power Com look! It over S*. how much: . .

Aotolit Batteries ," .wr tutdi. Jutt come try It and H'( more you get for what you pall '
Distributor Miller Tir '! -

Dm* tt".ntthing f nlly -dirotrr the difference; at your I'tinrolet duler't
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R.E-C.U'PDfO : Chevrolet Cinvelle Chevy D Con air a Corvette

RIP AlRL"lO _.. ... .
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OBAXGK: I'\IU CLEANERS ROBERTS'CHEVROLET

Sinclair Station Koad1M Service

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i Back Bay, Magic Provides ,', Graveside HARRY services E. RUDDER for, HarryErneat .' A 'Teacher Is Learning ( A GREAT CHOICE OF) RELIABLE:GlfTSf'

lion' D'ceuvrsc Rudder, a retired Marine ,
Tenpting !

'were OJ'PIi I'chief held warrant yesterday officer In Poverty':Plus Broken Homes X f / 'PlfllD j Ie I STAMPGIFTCATALOG j

Beaufort National cemetery, Juvenile Trouble
Beaufort, S. C. Equal
Mr Rudder, who was 86
years old, died at the NAB, I
Jacksonville, hospital on Mon

I day.He leaves his widow, Mrs.
t
Doris Rudder; three sisters, FREEATA'P
Mrs. Ray Creamer, of Olen
Burnie, Md.; Mrs. Vincent Holland IN
'
of New York City; and !
Mrs. Lacy Elder, of South Boston l
tlli.r
Va.; and two brothers,
Garnett Rudder, of Nathalie,
j 1 1D D Va., and Frank Rudder, of "Super-Wght"::Quality Western Beef ROUND -

\ XIr Alexandria, Va.
Helm Funeral Home was In
i c v aft M charge of arrangements.MISS .

; BTEIBHEE !

Oraveslde services for Miss e STEOKBoneless;

Ethel Murrhee, who died on
fu ZJ Wednesday, will be held at Louis Sosthene LeBIanc's life LeBlane himself was more
10:30: o'clock tomorrow mornIng these days Is like nothing fortunate than his never-end
Searching for a quick, tempting cocktail hori d'oeuvres Heat
tender, tweet frozen fried clams, according: to package direction. In Russell Cemetery.A much as the old woman who log line of youthful wards. He
and serve piping hot with a trio of simple but exotic dips Pierre lifelong resident of the lived in a shoe .". he's got so earned a scholarship to .Manhattan -
Franey, head chef of the Howard Johnson's kitchens, suggests County, she was 08 years old. many children he doesn't know College; in New York;
these three dips for the clams: She was a member of the Russell what to.do. taught school for three years

Oriental Plum Dip: Blend together 1 teaspoon each of curry Baptist Church. After two months as the and joined the Navy. He came
powder and prepared mustard, add 1 tablespoon each of plum She leaves three sisters: Mrs. County's first Juvenile Counselor out In 1058, after serving at the
jam thin, soy slice sauce of and lemon. Makes Beat% cup.until smooth Serve topped witha Mattie Knight and Mrs. Ella LeBlanc is. perhaps, beginning Green Cove Navy Base as security Full , 9: C

McBride, both of Green Cove; to take1! in stride some officer, as a lieutenant
}lorteraditMayonnaiit I Stir 1 tablespoon horseradish and a and Mrs. Selma Trew, of Doctors of the'tr.gie'ca e of childrenIn commander. After an unsuccessful -
dash of onion salt into Va cup mayonnaise, blending well. Makes "
Inlet. Cut Lb.
3fl cup broken and povertyriddenhomes. bid to take over the
Helm Funeral' Home is in LeBlanc himself was Sheriff's office he went to the ,
Persian Cream: Sprinkle % cup minced cucumber with 1 tea. charge of arrangements. reared in a small Louisiana University of Florida to com
black let stand
spoon salt and a generous amount pepper' %
hour, dram well. Stir into 1 cup sour cream, 1 tablespoon town as one of 10 children of plete his education(in Education
minced fresh dill or H teaspoon dried dill weed or crushed dried the town's blacksmith. ), Since then he has taught "Saper-Rlghf U Perk. Lain Sliced
mint. Makes 114 cups. SHOP at HOME First As Juvenile counselor he is in Ocala and Jacksonville.One .
Campo PORK CHOPS :: atS
getting into an average- of a of LeBIanc's obstacles Ann Par*wl 1At{-o1 ? FkL Lb.
FLORIDA n AVERAGE home a day. ls.the fact that Clay County Spaghetti .... .< ft>S7eC
Y "It's hard for me to believe has no local resources for placing ..pu BM4 kra Mar. 14j 'I
LIFE KRACK5 ... -". '" Western
VIII au rT a-is-ea
:
the poverty we have right here the children of broken

? pots 44E THE in this county" he says. "We homes If their own home is PORK LOINS ,2149: <
talk about poverty in Africa not adequate,the children must >
SAMS Sur
J AVERA6t and South America. Oo out be placed in out-of-county In..tltutlon. 25 EXTRA
roe POS/r/DN of 17IE there to some of the shacks .. """ !Saper-Bltkf 'Fine QvaUty
.
SMAIItR Ann Pass lysii.Oarlie
PEER TRACK DEPENDS tJ 1 KEY DEER11EINDIVIDUAL around the dairy and you can't He pulls out a letter and Bait ,.* ,Ue
VPONrilE PACE OF o believe It." .. .. FULL CUT ROUND STEAK T9
MIMALAND ( 'y' FOkE! SIZE THAN LESSI 2 He Is charged" I tytn counselIng case says:'like"What this do?" you do in a C. [*. /anll.r S-ia-44 14Jm ,, <

THC NA Tl/fg Of THe both children and parents
DEF.: INGHft The letter recites the tragic
i{ 6R0UNOONWN/CHINE in dependency and delinquencycases "Svper-Rliht" fit Quality Lb.
HEART vital statistics of a family in
25
': TRACKS MAC 0ff4 SHAPED and\S\fc5ftoner$ instances which there are half a dozen EXAnipait" SIRLOIN TIP STEAK OR ROAST
}
: $ IV/ttf HO& TKACKSFIOKIDA I where minors are.charged with children. The father has wandered l-osiM, 89fMAD.

1\ MAYBE fLwNDNTNE 'ii' breaking the ITV. off in hopeless frustration I Onion Salt ... ... .. .1ge jJ'!
SAMe PLACESSL1EsrTRACAf "Mostly.U ft.difficult to separate : the mother takes in a C..fmmf tmmt ran Mar. 14
ARE de r N06.N : them," LeBlanc says, succession of men until they,
DvNIJSHIfPIP s l s
/ MUD "where the parents are unableto /
In turn, wander off and then 1 1
t l provide'propet clothing for she takes to a bottle and leaves 25 EXTRA
t HlltDt their chUdrenjrou'.have, a dependency a brace of young'uns to fend 1 _1r.M

D : UMUTOit. because, the for themselves: the eldest being I Ann P.a. llbioc can" STAN'SP
} EER children( Af/tM\, adequately six. Fork Beane ..2-She fr
t I
..). ,,RNONNt1READ clothed you get into truancy At that point, neighborstake I Cm fmm'CMM| ran Mur. 14Jat.
.l '" : SUIS-4M "I'P'I
I ., "2I TOESPENXCSA$ , qenFJo\.And"aD( : too over, call In the law. I
,
often w[( 11.,'youngster is
+t ,) --!r II' The point, of course, la not
r'W4LkN6 not able,U( it, his friends
Vr.t 7Ptrsw 25
: } I the offense of the parents but EXTRAAnn raJ1re
i' : ; .. fORM Stif5Ena because t. cloth. the prospects of the victims .. ........ ....
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= ed be what "AMPS
: ,43 57 ...5 g Pala1/'.oa III.l I aiIAaIIlealOn" :
:,- he needJ. u' t at'p where the This ls Louis Sosthene Le I Salt tJ I

i'i (SAMV : FIlISH WATCH FISH CMMIelI./ law .te \" Blanes job and he loves It. 5 !...,.. ...* sara .... 14
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NATIONAL PEANUT WKKK: ,.u. Cana

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Del Mente Crfta Style *r WVole Kernel

tar GOLDEN CORN 31.Lb. eo..49*

ROASTED PEANUTS39i

Jan Parker Ditch
AP Vae. racked: Salted 14-... Can
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1I SPANISH PEANUTS 49f APPLE PIES I.L, .... Each 39


'Sultana Fr* rn C.neeetrated..

PEANUT BUTTER 99 ORANGE NIP 2 u.... c.ns 59

Worthmore Cboe. C rerd 1-lb. Fbg.

PEANUTS 59< Lan Pan> Brad. Fine .r Extra'Wide


Sptflal! .*,. *.0. EGG NOODLES 1Lb.I I1ctry "P1I.. 29t


SCOTTOWELS 2.39c \ BraadCREAM

New! W .dk. Deep
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Bananas 10c Oranges 39c



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a Some tigers.are _fierce.'Some tigers ferocious. We build both. 'ft Ue8sceai' A ;... ,t

: S.w!
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,, tfi getting so that choosing between out t Wide.Track Tigers Is as distressing as it Is enjoyable. For Instance should you choose Quick WIde-Track Tigers Warwick ClM Ute. Cwttti* Mrs rat TMKrrcnvr One'' Vegetable
C' It. tht Incredible 6TO with Itt extra helping of horsepower ((360)), or the way It comes((335)1) Or should you go for the Le Mans with A i M RTfl CBEKUES-. .noaTD LYO'
r. j 286-hp: V-8,'a 250-hp V-8 or 140-h( 8iElther_i : way they're,all tigers with bucket seats, carpeting and lots of Oh-you.kldl rCnuaC LB ansI a UI uKt ... U. ... Res U.-r..dt. 1-.....Cast,

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i THE NEW BONNEVIUe. STAR CHIEF DRANO /ale,CATAUNA, Itl. ll MANS GTO AND TEMPEST AT YOUR AUTHORING PONT1AC DEALER. fVAN v Jr

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asturto rtDtW.fOUZ
j.Mhe left/
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BUICK-PONTIACJnc. B B
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; 430 Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla.

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