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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 18, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Vol. 39 No. 11 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA "y THURSDAY, MARCH 18, W6) i5: II :Jtfi PER ti .,

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SchoolCrisis Johns-Manville' Recruit 85c.: o I .






Of Total Employees Locally .




The qualifications Of local personnel seeking work at

Johns.ManvtlU's Oreen Cove plant . 200 of them so far

, Is "way above average. ," according to Eugene J. Derlchweller. -
WHO SNAFUED BLANDING ? manager of plant\ services


(See Editorial Pare 2) president of the Clay County Chamber Of Commerce, to

Quality A monumental snafu appears to be building up t or lay off any spade work on Oreen .Cove's Industrial park

already completed , In connection with the location In until Blandlng was rejejcted. Within 24 hours the same
IntegrationThe this are of a Job Corps training center. person told The Crescent that the spade work should be

Education It would seem to devolve upon the efforts of the North. don fast so that In the event Blandlng was rejected

rop Corp., a California-based electronics: and Space Age Oreen Cove would be ready to pick up the ball.

State Rep. Louis L. Huntley County schools will Initiate manufacturer to locate acenter with an alleged annual In checking out these statements The Crescent learned

told approximately 150 members an Integration program in payroll In excess of |4 million , In the Camp Blandlng from a highly placed spokesman for the Office of Economic I

and friend of the County September.This reservation & 'Opportunity that (1) Northrop had not yet been designatedto

Education Association: Tuesday Is revealed In a public Talk to almost anyone In' the "know" and you get a different operate such a camp; (1the ted.rallovernm.nt would

night he will sponsor legislationto notice of the Board of Public story on what goes. "never ever" go along with the Standing proposal becauseIt

raise funds through Increased Instruction appearing on pageS The comedy (or developing tragedy) of errors goes back Involved too much money; (3) Blandlng was not under

retail tales taxes that of this issue of The Crescent. some months when the Starke-Bradford County Chamberof consideration anyway; and (If) there would be an on-lte

will Increase minimum teaching The Impact of the schools' Commerce and the Bradford County Development Authority survey of Oreen Cove's Industrial park within six to eight

salaries In Florida to $5.000 a integration will be felt at tint began working on luring a Job Corps training center weeks ,

: in the first three grades, Into Blandlng. BUrke obviously, would very substantially In the meantime, State, Senator Charley Johns per k'

year.Huntley was one of a panel of though "every child . shall benefit from a huge payroll so close b,. suadcd Governor Haydon Bums to endorse the Blandlngsite ::4 ; ;1J
speakers at the Orange Park have the right to enroll In the Enter Northrop. ; and Florida' congressional delegation are apparently .

, High School where the coun school nearest his residence Starke's Independent presentation was abandoned and unaware of any of then conflicts
ty's crisis In education standards wherein members of his rare they went along with Northrop After all, other American Spokesmen for the Bradford County group, which has

was discussed are numerically predominant" corporations had been designated as sponsoring and operat spent clone to $$,000 In promoting the Blandlng site, told

"I believe the people of the The notice seta "any regular log agents for these training centers The Crescent this week that efforts would be made to rejuvenate

county are coming to a reall.aation school day between April 1 and A spokesman for Northrop told Dr. Russell Jensen, the proposal to put the camp at Blending. k

that we are jjust aboutat May $" for enrollment or application -

a crisis. Jesse P. Tyns Jr., for new students or

School superintendent, said for transfer Students so applying MHC Golden Wedding
Another Bond For
Huntley followed State Sen must be accompalned bya

ator Charley E. Johns who said parent or legal guardian and

the policy of Governor Haydon shall complete "such uniform i :

Burns will be to "hold the line and standard form U shall be EUGENE DERICIHUntritJohnsManvlll: !

on taxes' In the forthcoming furnished for that purpose." Hannas Moody Services MsnagerDerlchawollrr .
, session of the Legislature For students in the fourth

through the twelfth grades, a native of Oklahoma who moved to Dpl-
the notice says they are "here- Irv"n Hannas Moody year-old Often Cove .resident who is son Tex, as a high school student, ha already tested
by assigned and shall attend out of the Bt. Johns County jail on ft.000 bond pending approximately 40 applicants for six supervisory positions at

the school In which they were sentencing In the November 14 death of a Jacksonville the plant

enrolled or the school to which woman on the Shands Bridge was arrested Friday night on Derlchswpllsr's first job la to find four production foremen

they would normally be pro "a charge of public drunkenness . and released on 139 a maintenance foreman and a shipping foreman He

moted. N 4 bond. estimates that more than 19 per cent of the company's total
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However the notice adds 4 ti x Only last month, Moody I personnel will be locally recruited.

that any "parent or guardian was charged In St. Aug. with I Applicant have come not cmly from Clay County but

ctlIaaUltted 'i.t\ (Day .appeal try --"" 'D1.naaurbtet.b'oad' of "culpol"bit from,1 south.Pcorgls .and. M far awsyjis "Jupiter, approximately
9 the superintendent for review negligence At tnl samel 390 miles south of OreeiT CovwT" -

of the assignment time he pleaded not guilty1 to | "They are lucking for work her." Derlchaweller. iX,

Further "any pupil, grades another charge of manslsugh- rbecaiiM' they want to get back today County" Though

9 through 12, who has. been Mr. and Mrs VUlUam. A. ttlllMU were married I* Well tar While driving under the Influence h* was too modest to say It, another obvious reason Is

assigned to a particular school kr*. Penaa...1 years age She ls tie farmer Malvina Cnsmm. of liquor the calibre of the hiring company
may apply for transfer to lie came to ......4. 41 peen age with J. C Penney The charges were brought In | The plant he said will employ at first approximately

another high school . which (Crescent photos by John Oroner) connection with an alleged col- 4 100 persons, lea than 10 of whom will be women.

offers a particular curriculum By HERBERT MYER helen of Moody's car with I Already J.M has employed two women Mrs, JamesMaswell
. not offered in the high another car briny driven by | \ \ of Green Cove, last week was named secretary
Twenty-four Memorial Home, minister of Music at Riverside
school to which such pupil has Mrs. Reds Barber 43, of Jack to Jack E.: Hesse, J-M plant manager, Mrs Mixwell, the
Community couples, married a Presbyter Church Jackson
been assigned with out regardto sonville. former Martha Cannlngton ha recently moved back to
total of 1401 :years renewed vllle. and three soloist from
State R#,. race, color or national orlgin. Mrs Barber's car was driven I j Orern Cove from Oaineivllle Bh I I. the daughter Of O W
their" nuptial vows before the his choir: Mrs J. fleetly WIN!
and [
through Die bridge railing
tOt'H HfNTLKT: Cannlniton. Her husband work. at NAB, Jacksonville!
Rv. Dr, Oforre P. Howardat llama flr.., Soprano; Mrs. J.
"I win Introduce legislation The basic decision as to such Into 35 feet of water Mrs Additionally, Mr., Joan Temple the daughter of LoMagulre
the annual Oolden Wedding Beatty Williams Jr Contralto -
to onside a minimum salary transfers 1s left t othe Super ? Barber who was following her I has been employed as secretary to Carl Bennett
.f IS.... U all FlorMa acbovl Uitendent of Public Instruction celebration at Penney Memorial ; and J. Bestty Williams Jr, husband In another e.r. died In the accident Florida district sales manager for J....'. pipe division Mrs
Church Sunday night, Baritone,, Also our own Mn.Frtd..rlrk .
teacher However his decision may be The tragedy was Investigated by Sheriff John Hall and Tnnple was formerly employed by the City of Oreen Cove
With the opening strains of Andre, violin; and
appealed to the School: Board. several deputies and by State Trooper M Terrell Crawford Derlshswtllcr said supervisory personnel , and ha U
.
-- the Lohengrin wedding march, Mrs Thomas 8 Cleaver piano Moody ls laid then to have left the wen of the accident
But New pupils entering' the county hoping for another 300 or 400 applicant . will be put
speaker after speaker to flower girls Baund -dtlon
Angela The B was pro-
and later schools after July I. "chili and was waylaid morn..nlllat.r by M. F Williamson, on the J.M payroll on May first About a week later they
members of the audience < n and Annette Wager l led nounced by Dr Daniel A. Puling -
emphaalud the be assigned by the Superintendent foreman on the Hill ranch Under questioning Moody U will be sent to the company's Dvnlson plant for 10 weeksof
tact
thecount1" the of honored .
procession couples '
to a particular school, said to have reported he had been In an accident. Intensive training.At .
public school student and their brldesmalls and their
Honored guests
taking into consideration available Sheriff 11..1IIld\ later that Moody had been drinking the moment Oerlchawetler is I looking for people betwenn .
.
The Invocation
by attendant Mr. and Mr
facilities and teaching capacity Rev, Alfred was given were most of the night with two companions One of them had the .... of 25 and It with Industrial backgrounds,
the O I"mPreald..nt William A. WllUon Mae
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of the several schools earlier been left at his home At the time of the accident Bum applicant will be given general (Intelligence\ test.
of the Memorial Alta Crumm; the Rev and
within the county . provided Home Community Association Mrs Oral C Brown Mrs Moody war with a cousin Jack Moody, police said Tha require approximately minute. Otters will get,
such assignment ls not basedon There He 1s now under pr..nt..nc. Investigation In addition, mechanical aptitude test which take another r
were greetings by Sidney Batten; Mr and Mr
race color or national ori Carroll M Wright and appropriate Charles W Laird Miss. Ruth hour and a 'half

gin." remarks by Dr Daniel Travaaao; the Rev, and Mn. MHO trLCRRANTM: : One local applicant, turned down, told The Crescent:

+ The assignment of pupils A Poling. Charles 8. Dopp Mr*. R O Th. original Crescent photographs taken at MHC the testing and Interview that followed were entirely

I to special or exceptional schools At the conclusion of the remarks Lyman, the Rev and Mrs. r pictured In this Issue are on sale at Blunders Blow. I worthwhile from his point of view even though he did not

d and classes such as those for by Dr Poling the following Dane P Howard "'n. Elmer Saunders also ha an extra supply of the week's issue gel the job
L the physically handicapped the musical program was MunwU; the Rev. and Mrs of The Crescent "I'v* never met a finer group of peopt In my life." I
emotionally disurbed the brain h* Said,
presented by Marshall Plerson. Continued on peas Eight) _
damaged the gifted and the Derlclisweilcr. who caned i three years In the fleb.e*.
menuny retarded shall be U .a graduate In Mathematics from Southeastern State

-: made upon academic excellence Shorty Garrett Comes Out For College In Oklahoma A* an engineer at J.Ws Dunlson

physical need mental! capacity, plant he ws appointed finance manager and adminlstm-

or emotional condition without tin supervisor there last September. its and his wife and

regard to the nearness to such: Commies In S.E. AsiaAmerican three children have moved Into a home In the Industrial
school of the residence of such Blasting residential Crescent

pupil and without regard to
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race color or national origin
mlllUry forces When he was told that a According to Garnet ah was SLACK tRU-K: sUrTIIT'

JUSC n-P.--TTNU. JR.TW should move Iota Southeast classified ad tame at II M, the the daughter of a Judge Prim, REVIVAL TIII1$ WUIL.t:. U MONTOOMrRT QUITS
Asia and blow>> UM Communists rift widened Of Oa. A* CtAY IIIOII COACH
SUtonVtlto. which: duraN The ,
...*** .f it, C..., fire Philip N Btougri
to piece, Eugene Walker Oar. Oared says be came to >> Sh
Clay Co-op appear on any map. announce that
ale . a Mdnalag. M sea a.we rtvrval servicesled Billy H Montgomery, sthJctlo
rett told The Crescent this Florida
34 years ago with Bar- died threw year later. by
a /
an about at a adele naaaty Junior college: group director at Clay High School
ewe .. preside wart, Election Set week. Hum Sellers circus White: Oiirelt says th* John M.nvlll will/ be hold this weekend at since Sept., I IP 3, has relgne
Another
bit of strategy I* here be "chill and fever
got
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sraeatNa. plant will not Interfere with Block Creek U.p, d6r position In Mississippi
paramount in Oarretls mind. and
that ended his animal
his home which: Is on the Bt Penney Farm If* antS his
8. Bryan Jennings, a veteranof lie put it even more succinct teaming John. River oofwhrr between The youth-Ud meeting will now family Ml
are s* klng an education to 22 years on the board of ly: "I wish I could find me a "I can mate an elephant the J.M property and have Chart Mates. a s>c- comprise John Nely, DMnd I

compete In the Space Age using trustees of Clay Ebctnc Cooperative wife" from anywhere do just about Green Cove Industrial park ond year student at 81 John The school sari{

Inadequate academic tool. Inc. win be opposedfor His exclusive statement to anything, Oarrrtt said In an its only known nlatit hi. Hives J C a* preacher Other Oreen Cove coaching staff
out-of-date textbook . and reelection next Thursdayby The Crescent: marks the end tt Interview In front of Oreen UM. during last week
says, I Ia a cotMin, Pat Garrett on team include Mia. Judy ktlbnll
teachers getting substandard Richard Murrhee. of a rift between Oarrett and k Cote The Spot lie was waiting who U a motion picture actor Btough, In charge of music, ollCh..d the coach who has also
salaries The annual ekctxm. expected The Crescent' which data back r for a friend M pick him up 'While Oarr.tt carnp i,n and Larry Lberkh and Robert "B" football team;

The consensus Of the meeting .- to draw more than 1.MM to the primaries last spring and take him to Jacksonville for the job of constabl use nut Services will start Friday, and assistant Funart. track coach
the enthusiasm of those to Keystone when OarreU qualified to run to get his "produce." football coach
Co-op power consumers marked by any national issue. March lat 7,30. A Saturday Neely" has been
Preaemt and UM forthrlghtne ell be marked by two for constable. After a stint at cysurlngand h* ..,. he ws* a Ool4wter night service will b* followedby for two at Clay High
with which UM school system's other contested seats on the Shortly after qualifying he "pretty good st>>d. I gue a number of other X ,,. he man and that he has UtlU ue a Frllowshjp hour The In his first years; Funsrl Is now

problems were d-cua4 wen board. stopped by The Crescent!<< "Wed, we said, "about how made fcl* way to Penney Farm for president Johnson.At Baptist Student, Union youth While the year at the school

to many of those present AH Coop power consumers: to inquire about political; ad I much would you want to spend where, he. says he was taken. t- age of II, i.* due hi.* team will *lao conduct: both to choice of a successor -
symptomatic of th profound Industrial, civic and t s denUah mtistrg."What. on the ads Ten dollars, fifteen on by UM Penny Interest own eoc/klnf itek with orUon services oil Sunday to the Montgomery will be up

change . from a political art cllg-bU: to tM In person.Cnder SIM adds you ...11&1I I dollars twenty dopiest""Oh milking. In has favorite dish The public I II invited to ate It U not County School office
now
hierarchy to a dedication to the bylaws of the Coop be was asked. no.' be retorted, "abouta Twelve. years NO. O.rriU But ho wanti s wife aid he tend, especially th. youth of be named before believed one will

fCU.... us r*.. KIM proxy voUag is prohibited "On. I tfoa/l bow' Le said I dollar." marred May Prim' of O *.Ia, Cl/flUnued M l4. Eight the community. school in June, the close of



TAGE TWO (!(tap\ County Crescent THURSDAY., MARCH H. 1J65QHag

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SELECTED LIST OF NEW,BOOKS AT TilE

By DUNCAN G. GRONER
WHAT .ii ooo ron CLAY .it ooo FOR THI caacINr- By CLAY COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
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DUNCAN flOLDTHWAITC GRONER-EDITOR AND PUBLISHER There are people, I can !imagine, who will scoff at the DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD

ELIZABETH LEONARD GRONER _SECRETARY grim vital statistics of our County public school system. to be Incurable] ; nothing too Fiction

PUILIINIO EVKRT'THUMDAT BY CWSCWT PRIM. INC.P. It is difficult for some of us to equate coin with quality, good to be hoped for; nothingtoo

O lOX 171 especially when the equation threatens our own pock high to be attempted. 1. "Covenant With Death" by Stephen Becker (Among

GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA ten best sellers)
CCS 284-3166 books.They God Is not only Creator; he top
TILIPHONI
will say money Isn't everything, a wonderfully 2. "The First Thunder" by Vian Smith
IICO. CLANS tonAl PAID AT SHIM. Call I PNNINN! PlOIIM is the Restorer. God did not
oracular sort of statement that covers anything and says 3. "Dally and Sunday" by Richard Powell
and then
SUBSCRIPTION RATES create the world go
Kranldas
ONE YEAR IX: ADVANCE .. . . .. 800 nothing. They will say "the school people" . that wouldbe off and leave It. What would 4. "One Year In Autumn" by Kathleen

TWO YEAHS IN ADVANCE! . MM the teachers . seem to be doing pretty well as things you think of a man who built 5. "Andromedo Breakthrough" by Fred Hoyle] (Science

stand. And when they have convinced themselves on these himself] a house and then never Fiction)

The scores, they will cry that taxes are already too high and bothered to repair It or take

Blandmg Snafu 4 g{ where In the name of thunder Is all this new money to come care of Its "He restoreth my Non-Fiction Of General Interest


A hired hand in the State Department once asked one from.But we cannot blind ourselves to the fact that in edu- and soul,"Paul declares expressed the the Psalmist 1. "Management In the Home" by Lillian Oilbreth
same
of the political savants, for the purpose of enlightening cation, as In everything else outside the four walla of a comforting fact when he said 2. "Your"Investments" by Leo Barnes

the taxpayers, what America's foreign policy with respectto church, we get what we pay cash for that he "strengthenedwith 3. "Abominable] Snowmen" by Ivan Sanderson
was Collection
Soviet Union Howard: 4. "Art Treasures for America (The Kress )
the was. Clay County's stipend for education is fifty-eighth Dr. might by His (Ood's)

"It's' a secret." he was told. among the State's 67 counties and Florida is thirty- spirit In the inner man." God 5. "Scientific American Book of Projects for the AmateurScientist"
Gabriel Marcel] French phi-'
With all the paid propagandists in Washington too sixth among the nation's SO states. Thus with the county In by C. L. Stong
losopher and dramatist, staged is a spiritual presence us: Raymore How-to
many things are secret.In among the lowest 10 per cent; and the state within the 6. "It's Your Community" by Henry

this class, It would appear, is the location of a Job bottom 29 per cent, we are pretty well dragging bottom. a play] a few years ago that temple"Know of ye God not,that and ye that are the a guide to civic development and beautification)
contains eloquent description
Corps training center in northeast Florida Will it go to Even Mississippi does better than Florida. an
Spirit of God dwelleth in ?" .... ..
of our world. One of the you -------11I'. '''
Standing Will it go to Green Cove's industrial park Or Congressman Fred Karl], in a speech last week, said Resource backing avail-
actors cries "Don't feel power
,
will it go to one of the uninhabited Islands of the Hawalln "Florida is on the brink of greatness but it has little chanceof you
sometimes that we are living able for daily need so that we

archipelago increasing its growth and increasing per capita wealth, . in a broken world Yes, dare join Paul in saying (as It Doesn't Make SenseIt

Well, it depends on where you ask. and less chance of becoming a truly great state unless it broken like a broken watch. Moffatt translates it): "In Him
Bradford County has done a painstaking and exhaustivejob provides for the education of its youth."
who I able
The strengthens me, am
mainspring has stopped
of presenting the attractions of Blandlng. One of the This, I submit, sums up the case. for anything" It would be Doesn't Make Sense this traffic in booze,
working. Just to look at it
nation's big electronic and aerospace companies moved Into In the past three or four decades New England has wonderful If Lent brought us While millions are starving for bread,
nothing has changed Everything -
the picture and more or less took over.' lost most of its vast textile industry to the South and there with renewed strength this assurance. The money we spend for the liquor we drink
Is In place. But put the
Before the Bradford County (Blandlng) proposals were was, In the beginning, a very great hue and cry up there.I Should be shared with our fellows Instead

completed, a representative of this same company came heard a literate man of the cloth say from the pulpit] watch to your ear and you

to Green Cove against the advice of some of its officials. of a large New England] church that the textile exodus don't hear any ticking You I'I In Japan, some years ago It doesn't make sense this prodlcal waste,

"Move fast," he told 'a group of civic and business from New England] was all part of a massive Southern Plot know what I'm talking about: friends served me tea in a bowl This waste of money and worse,
the world, what call the that was priceless.] It was two animals beastsTo
them
we drink makes -
The liquor
decision men
leaders and the implication was inescapable that a to even scores on the Civil War.

would be forthcoming within a matter of a few weeks But then, slowly] at first, the defunct Yankee textile world of human creatures . thousand years old and had their friends and their families a curse
been In old
found
it an grave.
seems to me It must have
The Bradford County presentation was, to all intents payrolls taken by the ]
were up blooming electronics] and dollars cents
nor
make nor
had a heart at one time, but What if I had been careless In It doesn't sense -
and purposes, made. Who was on the receiving end we Space Age industries. They gathered and waxed strong earnings for booze
today would the heart handling It and had dropped To squander our
are not yet able to discover. This done, the company spokes around the great New England] (and California) universities has stopped you beating say and broken It? I did not enjoy While] the money we waste Is needed for food:

man said to the president of the Clay County Chamberof But even more because of the brains centered in those In the Greenwich Observatory that cup of tea and It was Is needed for shelled] and shoes.
Commerce, "forget it until after Blanding] has been rejected universities, New England] regained its Industrial strength
with relief that I handed the
of ] clocks
the
England
,
." To The Crescent, within 48 hours; "Go to work, because It had at hand a huge reservoir of highly skilled] are precious antique back to its This Space Contributed by
checked 28 seconds
and
move, if Green Cove cannot pick up the ball quickly] the labor, men and women who were abnost instinctively] at every THE CRESCENTto
they are wound automatically. owner.
whole thing well to Georgia" home with the Intricate and
may very go parts machinery computers
We also have been given
But they do not
keep perfect
Now come highly placed spokesmen for the Office of and finely] honed engines The Green Cove WCTU

Economic Opportunity. Blandlng] is not under consideration, Florida is, let us face it, not really producing the specialised -. time. Each night they are cor- something very precious by \
God He His
stamped image on
rected the ,
by stars Man
gets
they say; and, even if it were, its foolish, the federal ] brains and skills of Space Age engineering; nor is his true time only from the us; have we defaced It? He

government won't spend that kind of money; the company it producing the trained hands that will put together the
skies. He also gets his true life gave us a spiritual nature;
you've been dealing with has not even been designated to creations of those brains. g HeinzFuneral
from Above. There is an ulti- have we neglected It?
operate such a camp; and, finally, Green Cove will' get We are producing bankers and lawyers and newspapermen -
mate standard by which to Brahms said about his
an. on-site survey by the end of April. and innkeepers. How long will that satisfy our new once

Whose secret is this one and what enemy is someone Industry and how ]long will they continue to go abroad to judge actions, conduct, move- musical compositions, "On the
ments. whole, my pieces are nicer than Home
trying to confuse'FaCt1lg enlist their supervisory labor force
I wonder how and ]less
we measureup myself, need setting
Our own young men, the drop-outs, those who haveno
to the moral and spiritual to rights. Many of UI, per
wish or compulsion to go beyond high school], are going ''
standards set by God Can have life CHARLES HELM
haps organized
up our
The Inevitable Into the armed forces . droves of them They are doingus
we be confident that the uni- on a mistaken pattern and we
no good, and very little for themselves because their Funeral Director
verse supports our way of life need to be remade, or, u the
lack
of formal education ]
limits their future In of the
The County will, in September, begin to feel] the first any our Conduct? Jesus' message is Muter put it, "born again.

real Impact of integration when the public schools initiate military debate services this The numerous retired Navy chiefs among that if we have failed, there the old pattern broken up and ,,f { e Phone 284-96!)( !
us may but let them count the non-chiefs who
what may be an evolutionary] } (rather than a revolutionary worked under them.I is hope of renewal; if our life life organized on new lines.,

) mixing of races. has run down like a clock, it May we all experience a new GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
was, the other evening, discussing with
good friend
Historians have attributed the origins of the American a can be wound up again. For "birthday" during these HWY. 11 EAST P. O. BOX 448
the ambitions and general] agressiveness and teal of the
Civil War to everything from the United States Su- him there Is nothing too bad thought provoking days
ordinary colored man I had to agree that, as sweeping
preme Court's announcement of the Dred Scott decision to
generalities go, colored people have for a long time accepted
the publication of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," a piece of propaganda -
their lot as second class] citizens, earned what was
by one Mrs. Stowe, late of St. Johns County and toMr.Llncon's necessary
to exist and let it go at that. Too, there was not much Incentive
] purpose to free the slaves.
anywhere.
The basic cause, it must be said, was the brush-fire
I am convinced the average Jew or the Irish
emotions in the North and South aroused by these and average
Catholic has about twice the will to succeed that his Protestant
other factors. Make Your Dream Car
counterpart has I attribute the fabulous success of
The Northerners (holding] in trust huge fortunes gained
,the Kennedy clan to this compulalvve drive to power, to intellectual -
in the slave trade) became arrogantly self-righteous] ; and,
(or financial]) acquisitiveness
to make matters worse, the Southerners, put on the defensive -
By the same token, Southerners, as a rule] lack the Intellectual -
clung to their feelings with an itching to fightit
acquisitiveness, the drive, the compulsion to suc-
out against staggering odds. ceed that Is prevalent In other parts of the nation Froma
Precisely the same emotionalism, we believe, has beclouded .
business and professional point of view there Is, in the
the Selma issues And everyone has been hurt. .
South (excepting perhaps Texas and possibly North Carolina
A
President Johnson has now called for legislation to Rea1ity-- -
and Atlanta) a permissive attitude that life is too
guarantee the right of all citizens to vote. The legislation short
or tomorrow will be time enough
which will without question be signed into law In the very
The drive, I think, comes with pride . pride Is one's .
near future cannot, however, guarantee the new votes
own accomplishments, pride In the accomplishments
thus cast will not by one means or another be subverted ofone's
own community.
We believe the transition to an integrated school system
We here in the county very badly need lot
. which, if we protest it, will be guaranteed by the a lot more drive. a more pride,

presence of State troopers, federal marshals or National
Guardsmen will be facilitated if parents stay away While the atmosphere of a youngster's home Is Important -

from the schools and if parents make certain their chil- in the classroom In] his attitude who can toward fire education him to the It is the teacher milk We can help you buy the car

dren do not indulge] In taunts or obscenities. necessary enthusiasm -
And teachers who breathe fire will
Nothing can be gained by such behaviour. Much can be Clay not come to AUTO

now lost, exist.Including the tolerant and friendly relations that more County in Dade at County.$5.100 a year when they can get $2.000 FINANCING YOII **><"**, on terms you


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LETTERS TO can afford.

The Most Important Part of Our ServiceIs To The Crescent: EDITOR 3


We hear much today about

Absolutely Free.: the elimination] of poverty

Naturally] I am In favor of any

Discussion. Information/ Suggestions. All Fre". effort in that direction. But Ix.'t us help with a financing plan) designed i ) to Milt your income

When we talk with our customers we base our judgments on extensive why not begin by striking at

nea.rchtIat. ; we know about the earnings and dividend record; the the chief root of poverty
and
budget. Our !terms
your are .
Progrew In sales and development of Americas most promising companies My husband and I, In our cay.Telephones

big and small, old and new. thirty years In the ministry\

Perhaps you have never owned stock but would like to begin Investing. usually found a drinking husband

U so, you probably have a number of questions you would want answered. at the head of a povertystricken' -

Juet ask us. And if you think it takes a lot of money to become a part family How often I
have asked him after his
owner of American business we can tell you how you can begin with. modest visit
to a destitute family -What
,
amounts. Opening an account with us Is a very simple matter. .
Is the :
trouble out then
Why not call on us and see If the moet Important part of our service drink?" The answer waa almost ,:, .

makes' seme to you? Invarlbly a lad "drink." ** 2S4-3C30 2S4-3999 2S4-3051

Another thing. Recently X 4

asked a social worker what he orCongress -

found to be the chief factorIn

Nw the need for welfare assis a
14w
tance. He answered promptly, 4-9583

"Medical expenses"

_- This is not intended as an Uember FDW tflk

indictment of our splendid]

doctors in Clay County They

have been caught In a mesh

of circumstances most of

: 7lfJ which an beyond their control. BANK of GREEN COVE SPRINGS .

}(()'! ec : But lets face it, we must attack

J: JYI 'tJ / cause before and establish we can abolish the- OnEEN COVE SPMNOS, nonlI1.\ ,
' /",,, ,, poverty

JI"f"J. ."" Great Society. .

.Ar'u4.J t A./J 'W Florida Nstlenal Bank Bid,. fN,1'.1 "LIoJJ.J ,, !' n.... If we simply cut off the top lee'.u5Nee 11M

Jacksonville. Fla.. TeL ILInt: of a weed. It will grow again.
; ''ir1JlI.L' ,."., We must remowe the root rAt Coual,', Oldest and. Largest Dank

1;" .;? (""-* Joseph A. Mathews James D Holmes,lit (;.J c..t-,. Any farmer knows that.

--r Michael Darby Alfred B. Davis Name Withheld.



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., MARCH IS. INS PAGE,THRU


I Green Cove SocialsJ. Miss Clay High, 196465; I Dianne Revels Crowned aMiss i OCS LITTLE LEAGUE

MEETING SET FOR

A. Sabotta presently employed Tom Clarke Joined them there "
FRIDAY MARCH II
1964 65 ,
High
: with the Public Safety for the week-end. He has been Clay I
Division American Embassy: assigned to ThUand and Is expected Rufus Tucker, president
Building: Saigon Viet Nam Is to leave IhorU,. I Dianne Revels was crowned I(leading, lit and 2nd year; Bauder Fashion and Career of the Green Cove Springs
visiting his mother and IOn );\ : Miss Clay High 1984-65 by French Club, Annual Staff, College in Jacksonville; W. Little League, announces
Max Stephan In Chicago. Max Mrs. Kate Walters la spending ,Jt ''',", '. Peggy Outlaw editor of the Freahman Class Secretary, and Gary Harvey, Business Assurance that there will be an organ-
enjoys the change but will return some time with her nelce.. I Annual Staff sponsors of the Junior Class Treasurer representative also from izatlonol meeting tomorrow
to his home here for' Mrs. George Schoene in contest held last Friday evening Other contestants were: Janice Jacksonville, H. M. King band evening, March Jet at 7:30:
school next year. Mr. Sabot- i Orange Park, where she is recuperating in the Green Cove Springs Fletcher, Sharon Martin director of Orange Park High o'clock at the City Hall.
ta Will visit his family In Oreen 1 from a bout with Junior High School auditorium. Janet Parker, Lorraine Baxley, School and Miss Marlon aim- All coaches, managers and
Core before returning to Viet : the flu. Miss Clay High's Court Included Sharon Church, Betty Sheridan land, a drama major from the parents Interested in Little
Nam. I I the four runner-ups who Cheryl Hutching. Brenda University of Florida. League are urged to attend.
I Mrs. Harry Perlman Is home were: Owen Ivey, lit; Polly Michaud and Pat Townes. While awaiting the decisionof It Is hoped that shortly
Mrs. W. L. Stripling has returned ffrom Baptist Hospital where Patterson, 2nd; Rhonda Revels, The competition was in three the judges Elaine Carter, I following this meeting try-
to her home on Bay she has been a patient 3rd; and Tina Nichols 4th. parts and the contestants were Clay High's Homecoming outs can be set up. so the
Street, after having spent the Miss Revels, a junior at Clay judged on talent. In street Queen and a runner-up In last season can get under way
winter month with her sister High, is the daughter of Mr. clothes and evening gowns. years Miss Clay County\ pageant -
in Montgomery Ala. Of. WOMAN'S and Mrs. J. P. Revels. Her Serving' as judges were: Miss entertained.
CLUB NEWS school activities include: cheer. Lena D'Angelo, director of MRS. W. P. RAMSEY
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence La- The Orange Park Wowin's Services for Mrs. Mattle
ette and their friends. Mr. Club met at the Clubhouse Street Ramsey, who died suddenly .
and Mrs. Oscar Plckett. of Durham March 11, at 9:30.: at her Oreen Covev home
I
N. C., left last Friday fora Our meeting opened with a 1'.1.' .... on Sunday were held yesterday
ten day trip to the Virgin Is- prayer by Mrs. W. A. Weaver. .\or'., . in Russell Baptist Church.
lands. Mrs. C. H. McBride introducedour I .,;-t A native of Tennessee Mrs
speaker, Mrs: Selwyn ; Ramsey had lived in Oreen
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zellner Chalker. Mrs. Chalker exhibIted " ' ,, ... / Cove since 1947. She was the
spent the week-end in Tallahassee the paintings she did while df. ; wife of W P. Ramsey, and the
visiting their children. traveling in Europe for 2K ;4Dianne: . .tf ''" .. .tJ.I. mother of Donald Ramsey. ,
Annette and Jimmy, at Florida years. Her description of each .. ; .. manager of the AP Food
.. -
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Ik
State University for Parents painting and of Europe was t r JIi4 ,.. rj.:. .R- . ... + A Store In Green Cove.
weekend.Mrs. fascinating. Those who have 'MAttawayJackson ". Y". She leaves three other sons:
not beard Mrs. Chalker should .. .. > William Ramsey, of Oreen
Edgar: T. Clarke and her make an effort to attend one \ Cove; Walter Ramsey, Jr., of
sister, Mrs. Jeanttte Rowland of her lectures. '. Orange Park: and J. P, Ramsey -
spent the week-end at Florida Following the lecture our Revels, Miss Clay High. 1I64-C5 '", \ . \ of Medina Tenn; two
.
State University u the guest business was handled. Mrs. C. J" daughters Mrs. H. V Plgue, of
of Mrs. Clarke's son Gary for H. McBride announced that dr en Cove; and Mrs. W. J.
Parents Week-end. Airman 2/C tickets are on sale for our Engagement .: ... t Wood of Albany, Oa: three
fashion show to be held April j sisters: Mrs. Anne Newlon, of
GOSPEL SING AT 8HILOII 1. Mrs. A. C. Bojrett reported Announced Weds Cairo 111; Mrs.Frances Jones,
that the Thrift Shop is doing ; April 15th .,, Of Jackson, Tenn.; and Mrs.
BAPTIST CHURCH MAR. SI "
I exceptionally well. Mrs. John 't. Edna Raines of Memphis; anda
The Gospelaires Quartetwill .'8. Burton asked for books for Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Both- 15th. at 5:30: o'clock In the n,4 tl. \,! brother, Wilson Street of
hold a Gospel Sing at the 'I the library. Mrs. 1. H. Elliott, well Attaway, of Perry announce First Methodist Church with Jackson; 16 grandchildren and
Shiloh Baptist Church on Sunday president, appointed the following the engagement of their a reception following Immediately 1 1f "" seven great grandchildren.
evening March 31st from nominating committee: daughter, Anne Delorrs to I In the social hall of the ;.. . Honorary pall bearers were' ;
8:30: to'7.00: o'clock. The pubic Mrs. A. C. Doyen Mrs. H. K. Jerome Malone Jackson son church. J. P Revels Jack Day, Ham
is Invited to attend. Rock, and Mrs. C. R Hater.John's of Mr and Mrs. John W. Jackson I All friends of the couple are Miss Clay High and her Court are chows Dianne Revels, Rhonda Revels, and Polly mond Huntley, Howard Os-

......... -....."- ..- of Mobile, Alabama. Invited to attend. above from l-ri Tin Nichols, Owen Ivey, Paterson more, William Madden, Mutt
Miss Attaway was graduated Morton and Bill Hatcher..
from Florida State University COUNTY P-TA COUNCILTO I JUAnita Olllls is In the St. I Pall bearers were: Wayne
Social Notes
Radio & T V .with a Bachelor of Arts degree CARD OF THANKS MEET, MARCH S3 Luke's Honpltsl Jacksonville, hart Joe Huntley, Wayne Morris

Mr. Jackson attended the We wish to thank our many The Clay County P-TA Br JEAN SPEARMANThe : where she will undergo surgery Richard Cheas, Richard
1t C A -: :- ZKNITIIAMAVA : University of Alabama when friends and neighbors for their Council will meet on Tuesday All the people at the mack bar Sapp and Bill Olbsoa
he was affiliated with Kappa many kind deeds and flowers. morning March 23, at ten miss her Services were conducted by
NOHOB APPLIANCES Sigma fraternity and was graduated and also deep appreciation to o'clock at the Keystone Heights onanlrritlon amice of the Rev, Joe Olachea minister
- from Livingston College. the Rev. Jack Hall and Dr. School. the Advent Lutheran Church. of the First Baptist Church of
Eiptritnced Service On All Makes SERVING CLAY COUNT OVER II TEARS Both Mill Attaway and Mr. kindness during Clay County's first Juvenile Sunday, A. will hold their regular Hall minister of the Russell
-e-e- Jackson are members of the the Illness and death of our Counselor Louis 8. LeBUnc At this time the church was monthly 'meeting on Monday, Baptist Church. Burial was In
24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs II faculty of Clay High School.! loved He will tell some of the aspects formally organised and the at I pm Congratulations to Memory Gardens Jacksonville,
one.The of his charter' members received the three newly elected members Helm Funeral Home In
Phono 284-3122 The wedding will take place family of position and report I was
: Charter members from Green of the board of directors: of arrangements
on Thursday afternoon, April Essie Murrhee. on the progress of the charge
juvenile shelter In Green Cove Cove are: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs Ethel Vfogelmann, Mrs.
It Is hoped that many will I. Smith and sons Ronald and Rita Ennls and Mrs. Frances Nay You Kent It in
plan to attend this meeting. Richard; Mrs. U. P. Spearman Quinn. TUB: niKHl'KNT:; ;
Carol Janet and John and - -
Capt and Mrs Eldon Swanson.
CARD OF THANKS Carl, George JoAnne, Diane, Lie 1 iwClay County Property with -
Thank you for the blood, Richard and Robert
Cards prayers and well wishes The Reverend Kenneth Ton Frank W. Brown
God bless all of .
you.Florence nraen was Installed as Pastor
Attend Pearlman by the Rev Frank Klein. Assistant And Associates
to the District Presi
BeMers4 lad .... assist. -
dent.
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CHRISTIAN sorSCESOCIETY : ..... ...-.... -
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the If65 Luther League Spring r-ir NOW AVAILABLE: BUSINESS: PROPERTY
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N. MagiMli Ave. I'
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS March I Ml..
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: Dollar New ,Farm, I' Clay; County Servicemen foot tletoe.,buoy The tender Mistletoe', la ,Wd a 173.for

" Industry Forester Ice breaking, search and rescue

Airman First Class James L. submarine, mine and counter- mission, and logistics In ad.

By Edward At Taylor Stanton, son of Mrs. Myrtle mine, anti-air and electronic dltlon to maintaining 270 aids
1 Hlppa of Green Cove, has been warfare. to navigation.
What does the figure of $88 billion dollars mean to youT per share of stock 130. Total shares outstanding I and selected Outstanding' Airmanof -
'f 'This Is the amount of money the United States spent on issued In 1963 are 3,134,975. the Quarter at Orand Forks MarIne Corporal David W.. Marine Private First Class

construction in 1964 according to Johns-Manville. $88 billion The southeast operations are carried out at the. plant AFB. N. D. Midgets son of Mr and Mrs. : Stanley W. Foy, son of Mr and
is almost one-seventh of the $615 billion Gross Nation located here In Oreen Cove Springs. Airman Stanton an air policeman Milton W. Mldgett of Orange' Mrs. Anderson Foy of Oreen

Product for the same period. The plant of 65.000 square feet of office and working was chosen for the Park, is also participating In Cove, has graduated from the
I This establishes a new, all time record high. The construction space is part of the Oreen Cove Industrial Park. Here mod honor In recognition of his exemplary 'Silver Lance" off the coastof Aviation Fundamentals Schoolat
business has grown to such a large scale that ern tooling machines fabricate air-conditioning ducts and conduct and duty per California.; the Naval Air Technical
It equals almost the Gross National Product of the next siding for all the southeast projects. formance. Ha Is assigned to Training Center, Memphis. Foy
three largest industries, which are national defense, automotive There are approximately 75 men and women at work In the 18th Fighter Interceptor Airman Apprentice Theodore I who is a graduate of Clay
and agriculture.New the Green Cove plant. Transportation of the siding and Squadron, which supports the S. Cain USN, son of Mr. and High School, studied mathenutlcs -
buildings built in our country will account for $67 I ducts Is furnished by two van lines. Air Defense Command mission Mrs. Stanley A. Cain of Orange I physics,' and the principals .
I billion of 1 this figure which is % or 75% of the total Paul Hardeman, Inc., has had the major responsibility of defending the continental Park, and Robert O. Lockwood of .electricity, atomic
*' 'amount ever spent. Of the $67 billion, $47.fl billion will go of construction on our missile installations. They have done I U. 8. against enemy air attack. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur structure; static and dynamic
for private buildings and the remaining $18.3 billion for new construction on most of our major bases. These bases were Robert E. Reed is the new' --- Lockwood, of Keystone, have electricity, magnetic theory
,I public construction. The $218 billion for housing in 1964 built to insure our national heritage. Florida Forest Service farm Marine Lance Corporal BillyW. completed a post.. overhaul and the theory and construction
is an increase of 6.8% compared with $20.6 billion in 1963. The year of 1962 was especially valuable to the national ford forester for Clay and Brad. Davis,;100 of Mr. and Mrs. cruise to the Virgin Islands in of aircraft batteries

Additional expenditures of $21 billion for use in remodeling defense program. This was the year all Titan I missile counties.A Dennis L.: Davis tf Orange the Caribbean aboard the at-
t. repairs and maintenance of existing structures. This bases became operational. Fifty-four of these mighty mis the 153 forestry graduateof : Park, Is participating In a major tack carrier DOS Independence.She .
University .f Florida, DAVIS
figure added to the $67 billion for new construction gives sues are standing ready today to come to the aid of our Read fleet training operation called at'' Mayport, on
our total as $88 billion for '864 as compared to $86 billionin national defense, Paul Hardeman, Inc., Installed checked 14 years old, was formerly called "Silver Lance" off the the first leg of her Caribbean MERCHANTS' PATROL
1963. This figure has Increased (except for 1958) for the out and tested all of the missile launcher systems of the the'International employed sa a foresterby coast of California while serving deployment and visited St. DETECTIVE AGENCY
previous 13 years. Titan I program. This work was done on a tight schedule Paper with the First Marine Regiment Thomas, Virgin Islands the
Company. He replace. Jack Guard
Watchman ServiceE.
f: Of the $14 billion for new industrial and.commercial and was finished before the critical completion dates. Barnhart whe resigned recently First Marine Division, first weekend in March.
construction was divided as follows: Atlas F and Titan I being completed and in operation, to .work for an advanced Camp Pendleton, Calif. The The Independence returnedto L. DAVIS
the work was started on the Titan II project. Sites are operation, under the directionof her homeport at Norfolk,
Industrial plants . . . . . . $ 3,080,000,000 degree at Auburn
; being constructed In four states. Paul Hardeman, Inc., Isworking the Commander of the First on March 13.Quartermaster. "AU Jobs Reasonable"Phone
J} Stores, Restaurants, ect. . . . 3,450,000,000 University ._.... -
at each of the four sites Their work was consen- Fleet, Is providing extensive Third Class
Office buildings . Read and his wife M4-I7H
Warehouses 2,800,000,000 Pansy,
trated around elevation and concrete work also training in facet of Naval Charles W. USOC of
In installing Ellis son
every
Public utilities . . . . . . . 8,616.000,000 have three children, sons
precision, delicate ground support electronic and amphibious warfare. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Ellis
t TOTAL . . . . . . . $13,845,000,000 equipment, Robert and Edwin, and P. O. Box tU
and Installing aerospace ground equipment at one base. daughter, Elisabeth. Participating units are receiving fo Keystone, Is serving aboard Green Cove Springs Fla.
Johns-Manvllle They
Corporation hit an all time high this The country's first solid fuel ICBM, the MINUTEMAN live In training In strike, anti the Coast Guard Cutter Mis
Starke.MRS .
year in total sales This top figure, was $414.9 million which was a great contribution to the ballistic missile .
program.
is an Increase of nearly 6% from expected figures. .
This missile Is
capable of being fired from
.f Its net earnings after the removal of taxes were $27.6 silo The system must be ready to go minutes an underground after the MARY C. ARNOLD Tha"', Bill Amason I Sitting atop his Backhoe

\ million, which was a $3 million Increase from the 1962 alarm. In the first six silos at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Services for Mrs. Mary Cecllla -
figures. This was the second highest year in their history California, Paul Hardeman was contracted to install the Arnold, 74 years old, who i
. Capital expenditures Of Johns-Manvllle climbed to $21.7 suspension system and essential related electrical and elec. died at Clay Memorial Hospital
million, as compared to $18 million in 1962 tronic control systems. This company also won the con on Sunday, were held yesterday
' New products or ones Improved In the last five years tract for the construction of 150 silos at 15 launch control at the Catholic Church 6al
accounted for 25% of the company's total sales last year. centers of the Sacred Heart, Oreen

1 t l Earnings per share of Johns-Manville Corporation stock Much engineering work and preparation goes into the Cove, yesterday u
was up to $3.25 from .81 A native of Limerick Ire-
1 $2 In 1962 building of a missile silo. The side of one of these buildings ,
r.r., Shares this past year averaged out at $49.00 per share. Is great One of these buildings Is 26' In diameter and a land, Mrs. Arnold had livedin r s
. This Is below the all time high 9f f74 '* in 1961 and above depth (In the ground) of 150'. Green Cove since 1948.A .
I the low of f38*e In 1962. Capitalization of the company There are two exhaust 'ducts located on the north and rosary service was held at ,
r
t is simple, consisting of south sides of the silo The the Helm Funeral Home chapelon
a long term lease of $2 million and entire surface of each of the
f 8,519,800 shares of common stock. Llbby-Owens-Ford Glass ducts and silo is lined with acoustical insulation filled alum Tuesday night.
E, Company owns a subtantial amount of John-Manville stockat inum modules approximately 3' x 6' and 12' deep. This She leaves her husband, Joseph -
, 553825 shares. insulation absorbs the shock of firing the missile to keep Arnold; and a sister, Miss
6 f The new plant of Johns-Manvllle Corporation Is being the delicate electronical equipment from harm. Babe Scully, of London.
built in Green Cove Springs, Florida. It Is located at the Hardeman is also responsible for the fabrication of Pall bearers were: Frank
,f' northeast corner of the Intersection of Highways 16 and metal covers for fuel and oxlder tanks. These units SJortyka J. I. Brack J H.
were Rowell BY THE JOB OR BY THE HOUR
17. John H Halllgan Prank
The plant will made from Alcoa
rest on a 100 acre plot of ground The Aluminum
, actual building will have a floor space of 76,600 square feet. Paul Hardeman, Inc, has started a new project for our Canova and Owens All Types of Backhoe and Front-End Loader Work
The largest In the county. The land for the new plant was national defense and national space program This is the Father Joseph Corde offi Ditch Digging, Tree aad Stamp Removal Flit Dirt lUuUng and Grading
acquired from J. P. Hall and Son, Inc., of Oreen Cove world's largest building Vertical Assembly Building, as it ciated at the services. Burial
Springs. The new plant will be the eighth of its kind in Is called Is being built on Merritt Island at Cape Kennedy, was In San Lorenzo cemetery, '
St. Augustine. Helm Funeral SEPTIC
the United States, others being located in Texas Louisiana, Florida. This building will be used In man's first moon voy Home In of AMASON'S TANK SERVICE
was charge
arrangements -
Pennsylvania, Illinois California, and New Jersey This age. VAB will be larger than the Pentagon in Washington, .
t is the forty-eighth in the world. They have plants in D.C., or the Great Pyramid of Cheops In Egypt As the heart Green Cove SI4-38M or SM-mi
Canada, Mexico, Italy, France, Belguim and Oreat Britlan. of the moon shot where a Saturn V will boost an Apollo
' This blue chip company is the world's largest pro space'craft aloft. This project Is under charge of the Cana CARD OF THANKS -
\' ducer of transite asbestos-cement pipe. The market for veral District of the Army Corps of Engineers Paul Harde We wish to thank our friends,
i' this pipe includes residential construction, municipal: water man, Inc., holds the original contract for the site along with neighbors and relatives forth f
j, ana sewage system, Irrigation and Industrial process two other companies. They each have an ecmal share in the r kind expressions of sympathy
, l lines.Some work during the death of our
of their new developments include various types At the height of fifty.two stories, it will be the highest loved one, Alma Taylor Walker,
. I of asbestos. Last-o-roof Is a commercial name for a com building south of the Washington Monument which is for cards flowers, foods, visits, J. P. Revels Ford Motorama
bination of asbestos felt and woven fiberglass reinforce- 655 feet tall. phone calls etc, to the minister -
cent with a surface of polymer of isobutylene This new The VAB Is part of Launch Complex 39, at Cap Ken of the gospel for their
I roofing material expected'to produce roofs that can last nedy. The complex also contains: support facilities! a large prayers and Christian fellow-
I j thirty to forty years 'Another of their new products is a harbor, and a crawlerway to transport assembled rockets ship, to the pall bearers for
) poly vinyl chloride panels and pipe. Another Is Sptnsulation. to their launch pads. the reverence of their sen Ice. Showing a

' I. Splnsulatlon is a modem insulation for homes replacing VAB Is different from most launch facilities In that To each and everyone of you
.the' old mineral wool insulation pre-launch assembly will be done in this building, and not we are eternally grateful.
Johns-Manville in another part of the H. I A. Walker, husband;
Corporation Is the second million dollar Cape. The Saturn V space rocket will
Jjnarti7 that the ClUiem Of Oreen Cove Springs are proud be assembled and controls checked out In this building It Sandra and Karen, diuih-
II to hare with us. We are fffaUful, to"them, will be done In a controlled environment. This Is the phase ters: Mr. and Mrs. Hiram

Paul Hardeman, Inc., Is our third million dollar Industry Paul Hardeman, Inc., is mostly concerned with. Their first Taylor, parents: Claude I
- 1963 proved to be a highly successful. Job is the fabrication of the climate ducts and the aluminum Taylor, brother; Mr. and BIG
year in the his
' tory ot Paul Hardeman. They entered the year with a siding insulation The temperature must be controlled Mrs. W. O. Fountain sister + r Sle

..backlog o/ l28.0'6d,66d. This was an Increase of 35% over Inside a 125,000,000 cubic foot building. This scar condition and brother-in-law. !

t "Vt: year. The business evened It's diversification of business ing unit for this purpose will have a 10,000 ton capacity w' 4
i ; I It.:, 30% missile and space facilities, 30% overseas enough to cool nine hotels the site of the Americana in
construction 30% domestic civil construction, and 10% Miami Beach, or more than 3,000 homes. If It were not for
this climate control, clouds could form Inside
the building CLAY''l'llUftI
commercial construction Their newest contract of 63000.,
000. for the VAB construction that will be mentioned later. The overall dimensions of the building are;: 524 feet We Have a Large Stock Of
high (Including the low
To total revenue for 1963 was $122.565,075. This was the bay and the high bay), 674 feet long
reason for' the net Income being $2,776,875. and earningsBUD'S and 613 feet wide. This win cover an area of seven and one. OfMB Cat .prlaglMonday
- half acres It is being built on pilings driven down to depths
1 of 120 to 170 feet, down Into a layer of bedrock. thee Friday

The City of Oreen Cove Springs Is proud to haw such Box Office Opens) 7:11 ,oM. Mercury and Cometsand
GATE
STATION fine companies such as Paul Hardeman, Inc, Burlington Complete Feature As Late
Industries, and Johns-Manvllle Corporation with us. They As ':11 fM.Saturday .
fimj! 17inchTEIEVISION> have offered many jobs to our cltlsens. and we are grateful. sad 8.iWUfContlnMtts
We say "THANK YOU" to all of our MILLION DOLLAR teem t P.M.
INDUSTRIES: i
Weds, Than and Frl I
trill be qiieitDRAWING artI. !
Mar. n, 1$ a 89FlauulSitttelFi
A1'1Il1417th (6 j P.M. I

1 : Register ,l'i//i/ us Holt! PAY LESS INTEREST New Fords

t Phone S$4-ttl I
IS usHlaltlo!
Orange Ave and Cove Street GREEN COVE FOR CAPITALIMPROVEMENTS s- cocoa IIIL 11111I1[ .. ," (all model) ,

.f .. ___ .J and -

: I WITH A MONEYSAVING- E. S ::'SNU ; .

b = SH"fNS'" BUY FROM 1
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; 59 v4iIuitF{ ; PCA LOANup Sat. Mar.THE II_ Clay County's Leading Dealer

to. RACERS"and (IF[<> cMitwvlU nil other)

LCIEANEusi 7 years to repay -

Compare the true timpl in- --" MAM FROM OALVESTOV There Must Be a Reason!...There Is!
; Cereal of a PCA loan wltathe #f} Sun. Mon and. Tom.
iPl.&UIII eat of other loans. s Mar. It. XI a SI
i, Dcmt buy eapIUI Improvements
unless you've linseed them as Rock Hud_$t I DtfTony....,.l
I J cheaply as pouiblt FOR LOW. SeND MO.pJo
: COST PCA PROOF, SEE
OPEN r RSiffJW. : TUB BEST

l Northeast ProdoetfoB Credit BBTTBK: : DEALS: ill UKTTKK: : SKHVICB:
Assooiattea .... Than and Frl
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Mar. I!, tl It
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lit Mala
Palatka Jacks.arWe Come In aW Srt _
TeL EA I-UCS Tel EV 4-1141 S".1lIlQiSIQW( \ SOPHIA

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601 X. Orange Avenue
WlKK.Y: : COVE: SI'HIXOS
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RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE ASSIGNMENT OF (f) Ai to those children riirncl0.. In paragraph "c" of
Tam GUIDE
COUNT JIIUUB IN' AND FOR PUPILS IN THE CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS FOR TUB Section 2 heralnabove., foregoing procedures shall apply

ULAt counrv.PKOHATK FLOMIUAIN SCHOOL YEAR IMS-IMS year-to-year In the Tune manner as provided for first, second

NO. ..*e Section I Frefereneee Pupil Atalfnmeat, Lint Seeend and and third graders In the year 1985.

Ja R.B Eelsl 'r.fi KKAK.NOTICB Third Gradeat (g) For school re&l'llUbiequent the 1985-1986 term the

U.o.uod (a) Every child eligible to enter and Intending enS
AIR- CONDITIONING BEVERAGES RIAL ESTATE TO caPUTORITo the first through the twelfth grade In public schools of Clay year adopt a resolution setting out the procedures, dates of

all creditors claims cr gad demand MrioniKarlBtf County at the beginning of the 1943-19W school year shall have notices etc. for the election of preference and assignment of

MILBERGER PAUL'S TWIN REALTY Acaliwl rOil a.4 said sack nuts.f you: are h.r.. UM right to enroll In the school nearest his residence wherein pupils as provided for the school year term 1985-1984 of this

by nriLH.d to prevent any claims memben of hla race are numerically predominant baaed upon Section.

REFRIGERATION UMa T. Ncth or or demand you. may wkleh have you sgalnst or either the the attendance for the school year 1914-1985. Section 8 Objections to Assignment by Saperinteadentt

AQ Legal Beverages estate o.f Krn..t O. Less, dolato (b) Every, child eligible to enter and Intending to enter (a) A parent or guardian of a pupil dissatisfied with the
Realtor I .*..), of Allogheq Couny. -
SERVICE I ftcnijrlrkBlji, to the County the first, second and third grade In the public schools of Clay assignment made by the Superintendent may, not later than

& RENTAL ft BALKS Judie or Clay County FlorlcU, County at the beginning; of the 18U-III1I1ICbool year but who July 15th of any school year, file In writing with the Board of
his oCfloo In U Court Mcuioof
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Open I A. M. U 1 A. H.1Iftl : Urcon Cov exerciu the option provided In paragraph "a" above
said Iou thereto
..ltlMlBC. ut*BfHct al not Public Instruction of Clay County objections or mar
Ur noels.
sd ....... Sorte ACREAGE ft LOT ends Sprints moMJu. tram. wlUla tn. time 1 o.of l- I, may apply for admission to the school nearest hla residence. request by petition In writing assignment or transfer to a

I Palmetto Street County Line Residential CeauaertdalSerrlnf :h. tint nublletlloa of this noIco (c) Each: year beginning with the school rear 1991-1987 designated Khool. Unless a hearing ls requested or unless the

Home Phone tll- 7tVaslBess North at Orange Put b* ,In Each writtBK.etalm: and or 4mand shill sins shall very child with regard to one additional higher grade begin Board deems a hearing necessary the Board shall act upon

Phone SM-ISIt Greater Oar Oenty the off'oo Dlaeo ad4.of...r*of ld.noo th. olalm.nl.o and pest nlng with the fourth grade shall have the opUona above pro. the same within a reasonable time stating Its conclusions If

and shell bo iworno by the vlded in paragraphs "." and "b". I r hearing Is requested or If a hearing Is deemed necessary by

APPLIANCESTV BOATS Notary PolePRONE anutnt. JII.claim or or attorney demand (d) The options provided In paragraphs "a" and "b" above the Board, the parents or guardian will be given at lead

APPLIANCE n ... tiled shall bo T.ld. shall likewlaa apply to puplla entering the public school system ten day,' notice of the time and place of the hearing. The
Mrrvn C. Prevail
OffJca 1M-SM1 Attrmor at Law la Clay County for the first time. the Board of the request or of the determination by the Board

SERVICEWe INLET MARINA Ease -1444215 Koyttono H Ml..l.ht 14.., Florida I1..tl Section i Optional Assignment by Baperintendenti hearing will be begun within twenty (20) days of receipt by

Repair AD Brands ) In to utlliae existing school to the best advantage is Failure of
Oran Are. S. al Bay St (a order space that a hearing necessary. parents or guardian to

Servicing Clay County MERCVRT OOTBOAEDSMERCRUISEE Greta Cove lartaitUFHOLSTERY IN THB CIRCUIT COWT OFTHK a child may be assigned to or transferred from one appear at the hearing will be deemed a withdrawal of the

For Sixteen Yean FOI'RTH JUDICIAL 'school to another provided such assignment or transfer Is not application
ClRCtriT IN AND FOR CLAY
Orange Park Ph. tf4IM5FULLERTON'S SERVICE COUNT FLORIDA.IN I based on race color or national origin of any Individual. (b) Any hearing provided In the paragraph next herein

BOATS TRAILERS CHANCKRTR1VKWUDB (b) In making assignment of puptla who have exercised the above may be conducted by the full Board; by a majority of the
BANK OF JACK80NVILLE. -
:, a Florida bankingor options provided In paragraphs "a" and "b" of Section 2 above members of the Board: by one member of the Board designated

SI N. Orange Aft OUTBOARD EEFAIK SHOP I A I UPHOlSTERY porn tlon. in the event ,that the granting of such preferences shall result by a majority of the Board to conduct such hearing; or by. an

u.,. 17 Orange Put In the overcrowding of any classroom, the pupils shall be assigned examiner designated and appointed by the Board to conduct
Green Cove Spgs.204dN4ACCOUN'T'ING MILLER formerly -
Phone tll-MSS 111 MagnolIa Arena ANNUli It. CAItNICII.t to such school i la the order of nearness of their residenceto such hearing

Green Cave Bnrlaf >. ." said school and the remaining pupils having exercised said (0) If the hearing Is not conducted by the entire Boardor

Phone 111-1711 NOTICB' or nIT options of preference shall be ssslgned by the Superintendentto by s majority of the members of the Board, the person or

REED ACCOUNTINGAND INSURANCE!: FURNTTURECANVAS THB Analo! STAID U "or,lIor.I'LOI\lDA-TO U. S. Naval: other schools persons conducting the hearing shall report the evidence and

WORK Station. Bolt IT. Car. FUot l'o lOffio Section I Freeedare for Election! af Preference conclusions reached by such person or persons to the Board.
New York N. t. ttitl.
AND FRANK WM.OHO BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS YOU*ARE HKHKBV NOTIKIb.1"lhat (s) In 196S the Superintendent by a publication beginning following which report the Board will notify the parents or

SERVICELisle SLIPCOVERS MADE you a In iult Ibo hao above.boon ontltl.d tiled ..al"cause., during the last eighteen Ill days of March and runningonce guardian of Its decision within twenty ((20) days after Its

Kenney Owner Special Agent and that you are horoby required each week for two (3)) consecutive weeks In a newspaper receipt of such report Likewise If the hearing is conducted by

7 N. Orange Ave. Oreen Cove ........* wile P.r.ul leebn with"New the Old Furniture Comfort. Clerk to file of your thlo Court answer and with to ...n.the of general circulation In City County, Florid, shall give public the entire Board or by s majority of the members of the

Tel IIt1IPcrsonalizMI a copy thereof upon th* plaintiff I.. notice to the parents and guardians of children who are expecting Board, the Board shall advise, the parente or guardian of the
whu
Complete Inaarance Coverage itlalntlff attorney
Services C. A. HVMMEL rr same and address I 1.1: Thomas to attend the first, second and third grades the succeeding action taken within twenty ((30) days after such hearing.d .

IaAccountinJl UFE: FIRE!: AUTO Cove J. IU"Jprlnci"., .... o Florida Dog III.IIA41 Ur.nut*n school year advising them of their right of election ( ) The decision of the Board shall be final provided

& Tax HOMEOWNERS talon. than March II. .*... as set out In subsections "a" and "b" of Section 3 above however that nothing herein contained shall be construed toy

Returns: MORTGAGE LOANS pnnfwio If you fall will to*>.do ontorod ao. d..cre...IRaI pro (b) In addition to the newspaper publication provided for deprive any person dlsutliflrd with the final declalon of the

Far HOSPITALIZATION Don Take Lea you for the relief demanded in In paragraph "a" ,above, the Superintendent shall no later Board of the right to appeal to the State Board of Education

Business Firms & Phenol Oreea Con MI-3MS When You Can Get The Beat! the ITs complaint.nature of the lull being than April 1, 1811&, notify by mall the parents of all puplla enrolled as provided by law

JackaearUle 111-..., tcr Ih. for.cloeurs' ot morl..... In the public school of the at
Individuals onrumborlna tho following d*" county the time of the Section 8 Pupil Aialinment, Grades Ml I Is

BAXLEY TRIM SHOP i-rtbvd property .la Clay County, adoption of this resolution of the options, privileges and Intent ( ) For the school year 1988-1988 all children In grades

Anti .es Void FarartaraCAHKY'S ,MILK DELIVERY I"lorhl.1' One (I) and Two III of this resolution, the assignment of pupils to particular four through tw,lvi're hereby assigned and shall attend the

I Idlewlbl and Wffl Sta.Oreea Iii: .. roar (4), of LAKII !, schools' such letters. to be mailed to their address of record as school In which they. were enrolled or to the school to which
n ENItV A. i arrordln I' Cove Spring h.reot recorded In, Pint Hook taken from the various school files they would normally be promoted. A notice of such assignment

FLORIDA TRADERS W.D.Morris ..... IIt.lStiUPIIOLITI&Y nrif I. aid of I Hay* of runty the PuMi, .Florida.' R*"> (o) On any regular school day between April 1 and May shall be transmitted to the parent or legal guardian of each

Ones Cove ..... ...... W1TNK.HI4 my hand and the I. 1965 every child" shall enroll or apply, ai the caw, may be, child no later than July 1st.

II .. Fshaer It. Tel U44SMAaUsjaea Distributor. seal of...a4 FlorMa! Court this at lrn t4th("ov.IlIl1rtn. day* pursuant to subsections ".," "b" and "o" of Section :> above (DA parent or guardian dissatisfied with the assign .

.. Orange &..... (Care A- Furniture of Ot'>:ru.r.. l'i>"lnronou ("Anl.IIII.IC.M. at the school 'so sleeted when accompanied by a parent or legal ment of a child to a !school as provided In subparagraph "."

Tel ........ All Jersey Milk .r> rtrcult ("..nMRv guardian and shah compute and turn In to the principal and/ of this section may appeal to the Superintendent. for reviewof

Orange Park 31 Yean Experience: : VlvUn>."ul H, Clerk"nhmr or any other head of such school and his designee or designers, the assignment. Such parent or guardian may have a further

....... EM TeL MatS7 For .Court-..II. such uniform and standard form as shall be furnished for that right of appeal from the ruling of the Superintendent. to the
.?.,.,. ?. II
Board of Publlo Instruction for review In the
Jacksonville purpose. manner as provided *
Free Eatlaulea
Blending Cents B4. HOME DELIVERY I. THH. rmniT cots The completed forms forthwith shall be transmitted by In Section 6, iubctlons ".**, "b", "0" and "d" above.

Tel T71-tm Pick-L'p A Dellrrry or CLAY roi'trr nettm the principal of the school to the Superintendent of Public Instruction Section Hlfh School Curriculum Preference

WB TRADE DT ANYTHIHa CALL .1....... er III-S1M Work Guaranteed it: 5.('l1Aa.45T.. 054.tITnsMlu of Clay County, Florida. (a) Any pupil, grades 9 through 13, who has been sulgned
OF VALUERESTAURANT I flalntlffFRKP LKK HARIIII (d) The Superintendent shall prior to May 3, 18U, conduct to a particular school under the foregoing provisions of this

".. a "pre-achool enrollment program" In each of the schools! In resolution may apply for transfer to another high school In the
HARRta, the county and shall by means of all available news media *n.
|> r.nilatNorifH county which offers a particular curriculum which' .Is not offeredIn
or stir nouns the dates, time and place for parents to enroll their the high school to which such pupil has been ssslgned, without .

TUB' iTATK OF rLOIIIDA-T'): children In the first. trade of a particular achool. Al. such time regard to race color or national origin

CLASSIFIED rrod He.ld.e'e Harris'IIII.own.. the parent. of a child/ entering the first grid of a particular (b) An application (for transfer by a pupil from one high
ADS YoU AIUI IIIIIIICIIY: N.Tlr'EI'' school shall be advised of the
options privileges and Intent of
> hereof shall
thai a suit has bees filed ...111.1 arhool to another ss provided In paragraph yu In Ih. abov relined cause this resolution and shall be supplied with the appropriate form be submitted to the Superintendent who shall, by personal
and yes are 1I..b.u'.I'.4 reserve for electing the options as provided In paragraph "c" above
.1'0. pl.'lln-' attorney Interview, examination of the student's cumulative record and
and addrno as'poor ct) The Superintendent of Public Instruction .Is .
deslgnati-d
whose same
FOE LEASE FOUND SEWING MACHINES We ha*. written daresms.If any other appropriate means, grant or deny the request for
lI.r.on your and authorised\ by the Board of Public Instruction
River View Restsaraat. with erwltheol twe INS DUt-O.awtie Pig Zac any lo the bill of complaintIn to set upon transfer,
One IS feet typreaa keel found said. **1 lt. rentof.1Ahhd.llv.red applications for Initial sailgnment and shall not later than
saetrl. I wile MttkGSC hat have tar Th rejection by the Superintendent of any applicationfor
aver Wen ....\ .. lo Wee lI.r..llh. on or
adrift. lIeU HlWmla two . July 1, 1985 notify In writing the parent or legal guardian
at BUck Creek *n u.s. They were Ckrbtauiilayawara, b.for. Marrb I* A l> 1n41. as transfer from one high school to another, as tn this section
lUr.la fall lent *r dare. pro shown on the application the
swaths ace ky Roy WeeeU.OWMT name and location the school
be brought before the Board for review by the
11. Telrpaeae Gel tll-Ulfl. aerrr picked an ewUnwr left eonfe..e' will I be (Mwd agaln.lyo provided may
maat Meallfy bout kr for Ih* relict prrd In the lo which/ such pupil Is assigned.tSMiAI. .
area. We are aaakle U laraletaent. parent or legal gusrdlsn of the applicant upon written application -
bill of romiiUlntTHR
WANTED TO BUT 4earrlptle. par storage, hew I Yea can Ita,. tkvae BM. NATrNK (>r MAID' IUIT .'AOTftN LHUAt OTICH. tiled within flftten (l U. days after receipt. of notice of
Win Mr ap .. 171 M for repairable bill aa4 net ef IbM aJverUae.Meat. BKINO F iW I.IVOHrr.WITNRHM KMTKHaiaTPFoN --ucu such The for review of such applicationfor
rejection. procedure
.JaI..* for ... kalaaee .( 147eaaa my hand **4 Ih. Aiit ante .TH M
upright pia... I will I-M. .-&. II. IS er ..... will take aUerMacklae ..al ., MM CoM at .
by Ih Muarof Publl ,
. FlorMa. Ihl. llth day *
alae receaditlen year plane far la ....... Can COG ".f l>rln....,...,.. A II 901OKORU11 Instruction' of Clay, Cnunly, will.k'.r.Cuisine of flay bile Cuuniy in" ID, *rlurM.off i.'., ".", "b". "e" and "d" above
... Per ...Iae.. latersaatlea f. (''81.111.11.flash U.n ( .... Apr/has t'loflda. fur
.. er a f Ih. Cl.rk MI C''I'ult Court
LECT Jackaenirltl Hvcllen 8 InteriM' AaulgamatiU
EEFAIES El I-1 Ml.WU ..f Clrfnll Court (urai.hina- all malarial and Uborfur -
until sloe ...
hick
phew. er writ T. W. ....... aa .......... ,, II" Vivid H "ohm, the vundruatM. 'n of Addition April II. lift, far A furnl.hin, Monday all I ( New pupils entering s school In the county after JulyI .
JbUOelUa S/l B. lit* St. Typewriter A AMtac Machine twpvty Clerk I. William I: fb.rrr Klomentarye.hsal I'.lrol.um' rrodvita, for .
u> by
1188 July lit of calendar thereafter shall be
Ml. II rraert Cost oraac. lash Floridad.errlbd Iho County used .. or any year aislgnd 0
PaJa.... Flertaa. Fa.. East rrpaln. All autos sad MeeVb.AH rrtNFUT J Am,,,., la She ipoclfKalien I site.le b. l iMrim.Bl for I
.lnnin/ May I I. till, by the Superintendent to a particular school taking Into
/.SIM. I-&. 11. IS. M-p week ........... CaB E. FOE SALE Met 3-........ Attorney 44r...: for I'lalnllff addr.projofil.u.4 lo the All' Hoard bids ere of Public to bo .II"IJ.th. offlto/arm nut !>. r.r.lv.d al consideration available facilities and teaching capacity of the
Fk. MI-UU. keeaei, IU ..... large let.Weeka 1 . Firhaa flolldlac In.trurllo oClay County.itr if. Clerk of ClrrullI'ourl
$ Law
D. SaeBIa ne | | Iron , Flnrl.da .
nprlnga several schools within the however to the
subject
FOE 115. Nprlai. Florida, Allbide county, ,
SALE! 1M4 CtorreM I- I ***alllo. 't .n .
1-. II. aewn EWe Street "f'ttt-i
ISa Cal 11. ,, mu.l b* In the hand of toe Nlihl I I. .... options provided In Section 3, "a" and "b" above, and provided
deer ..... ta .... raaalagretaiitioav. lat.r ".d I* r J>r| any
SM-IMS. .. II. II. Up Hoard no tbaa 111 f MThuradar. .nd all bid. .
Tine fair. Frtoa ||Ueaea novels or oil? April I. III, at which IMiAllll or COUNTY CliMMIM.HlliNKKJI . such saalgnment. Is not bated on race, color or national orliln.Sectlea .

May W MM at 111 Fer- HELP WANTED) Pena for TITS STATE: OF FLOHIHA-T*: Urn proposal. will b* pubneallyopened. . CI.AV till'!NTTllyi I .****!,,,M.| er Traiufrr ef Fapll i
r ilMillUK U C. 111.151.5'
'A
MtUOATEM, .
rte St, OC8. US. U drugstore. Melt kare driven KriHKKT|*H SortS A. Main, Street I. Kaek proposal II,.. crlfl must boompanld tkorbparablo ac' CUrk It) The Superintendent may reassign or transfer from on.
MOVE INTO A leos O.ed ...... gad 1As.b.hvllls N.w J.rwy M.r.k II, tell school
aay nnnendMlonally lo the r to another any child provided such reassignment rtramftr
FOE SALEl DachM ead frappe Apply .. .... to N,. Akei you AMC HEHKRT. ajJrTI.FIKI H..... of Fubll Inairvrtlnn of ttrTM p
I I > that .San. ka. *. .. flied la not based on race, color or national origin.
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('lay Crusty, Urn "sea Svrla
or H :;sa'"ii MKtNiNiTltK '''
AJLC. ReaeeaaMo. Call WIW. NEW BRICK l HOME AtUaeen'i .....,...,. .... | *.alnl.. and s r.In.Ik are. abac b.r.*by*tltl r.'drao. Florida. or a bidder' hand run. "' : : I* IIKIIKUir illVUNIkal : tbs Such reassignment. or transfer of a pupil by the Super.

Goa. M. 0'r., after ....., Bl....y II. Maa4arw nand lo serve spas plaallfriattorn.r *r-iM.li.!*... IK laotruciion favor of Ib aRia Hoard,'"unly. of> Ih. City ">.."'ml."n of Ik.. Irtendent may be brought' before the Board of Public Instruction:
CIIr of Urnen Flnr.Id
'* sprtes.
(:M and werk..... I BEADY FOB 'OCCtTANCT Fkene Jackaearlne 114-1171. dr.*. .......*._II......e.. .,ear*nd writ-..- Florida. In an. amount steal..I It *, will .. r'a public: k.arl for review by the parent or legal guardian of such child upon
maalnom bid .
1 Ik
% f prM
o .1 She I Hall said. ,
IIr I lit ka.Innlae
*
1-11. lie Ion *.'..>.... If any. la th. bill .I Ml written application filed within/ fifteen I I* raoo a proposal ae.e.e1N al lee orl,..II f M on
FOE BALEt I II.?. BiaaplcKyContra of ro..UI'..l In old sal easy ,
. ,. ,,. *r If s proposal la o the .ih day of April sal. h r Ik* of notice of such rtaMiajnment transfer of such pupil. The
Trailer with I Flews.DW 3 BEDROOMS DO TOO er year club er er of wbifh .e.. d.ll r .4 April y II repld. set a...." ......... scree..M 5.rpae .t ..".,....... ......... or
.1 k.r.wlih or 0' lo oi....,.. end a will.. of an ordlnoM" r....nln. .rum procedure for review of such realgnnu or transfer thai
sad Wee titter S84 caataallee need. ateaeyT Babe A I', 141ll.r.la fat-lory ooatrartor'a bond I. ,...
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properly and land wlihloj Ik.iwrooral
fall. nol if d.r.. be that as Is at out In Settles I, subaocnons "a", "b'e "c" ..nd"d"
tm. 2.2" 3-k SSDOM er erea |IH. wttaeataeklac ..u...oM will' b. .nir.4 acala.lbill :1I:1 by. Ib* on.a.ful Mdd.r.Ib 'limit' of .ad' I'lir: 4c
1 BATHS ,.. r..r. ,In lye or klddor bond will *< rll>.4 a* fiillooo !<,! I IllwbI sbovf.Socllee .
1J IAe pravad
far ....Uoa! foe .
a alatle b* rtttrn 4 In seek Intlanrowithin from ll-l .."llI l. Family
.1 at ..m,.'.'''' |f special' er Kiceptlen! Ntaowauat
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FOE SALEi Three bed.. a period of thirty H.i Ir ('-! Cum.
Write Be* .. Clay CeaatyCreaerat THR NA1t'S.r aID iL'IT .I: :
day lh.r.ft.r .. Ibo bidderfensiehlss marrl.ISddgrl; *. salt dl.lrMlaar / The saalgnmertt of pupils lo special exceptional
BEtOOTS
....... one black weal ef Hickfeaaai. DC KEYSTONE! BEIF! >tl Utvonrr.WITNy.ar or
1M Craniate M .... I seal,l ,,of Mid my Court beet*a4 t >...Ih..... I. Tk. ..ease...*..fol bM4.r w II ..City set. Ionian"* and ordlnon provided' *, ands fnr InIk schools and claues such ss tho. for the phyilcally handU\

....... Area.* ay II* feet LAKE PRIVILEGES WANTED) Cleaa Raga Ke r Ilk...dar....of.....Marrb* F1..rl A,<4a l>. l,,"4'.*. irorlloa b. parted..framessub I* *ni.r Into a ."Ik".. I is said| 'I... a4 pUi. *>**.all....11 parti ka>*.. tapped emotionally dl turb d. the brain damaged, the gifted.

aWa M Weal Street. Oarage.FrV4 rib n,... ..., lie paaa<. ('. Sward of Psbliewlrarliea .f an EWsnlesil/ *. hard and the mentally retarded. shell be made upon academic excel
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VVrmor: Clay r"o ti> Florida. In n polam .. .
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.... ...... tew*. thread] :I $12,150.00 Clay Caaaty Creireat ..... i O.c.. rl Hate r. f RM.LK.r...rlHT of nH tae. Ikon the mail / J I.ll.rrwM4ror ... II .fence, physical neod, mental capacity, or emotional condition

Jehaoae. R..te>.re W ... U4-SIM Vltl.a, H Noam.Mf.iiir mom'I'll..oalrwlor'.,.*., priceI r...r... Ik* lll-r;;;;rf l .fll without regard to the nearn-as. to such school of UM residence!
fo rlorhIKONIHtM rlM ,. riles l all kid. and I* of such pupil and without. regard to race, color or national
........ .fOpvealte Tan Mill). i !' a Nt.ININAesrseV '"
BENT hv
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. Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MTERS.. Phone B29-MS1 Last Sunday evening In the Penney ,Memorial Church

Dr, George D. Howard, Jr., don. ,, and the Rev.. and Mrs. twenty-four couples celebrated I.MS yean of marriage IMrs.Y' .
the annual Memorial Home Community Golden
chief of the Social Surveys and Lloyd Ferris entertained the Wedding
I Anniversary service at which the Rev. Dr. Daniel A.
Poling
.' Development section of the Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Earl at officiated. -'
United Nations will speak before a 50th wedding ,anniversary "
Not pictured below are Mr.' and Mrs. Charles W. Laird
an open meeting of the party at the Ferris' apartment, HMr
and Mr. and Mrs.
George Hornbnrger, both celebrating
Symposium Club at 3 o'clock last week. The group gave the
their fifty-ninth wedding anniversaries; Dr.'and Mrs. Ger-
next Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Earls a scrap book to keep their
valse J. P. Barter, celebrating their fifty-seventh
Howard, who la the son of the greetings' and clippings In. wedding
I anniversary; and the Rev. John Wallis Crelghton and Mrs.
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. George D.
Crelghton, celebrating their fifty-fifth
I wedding annlverwry. -
Howard, was educated at De "
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wyrick I "
Pauw and Yale UniversitiesAfter of Oreentown Ind., called on ,..'".............-,-....".", e-/.aNNNNN..MMtMMINNMIM' ' ....,,._.MNNNNMNiM-NAIMMN n p'
teaching for several ( TI A. r} Ytt
years at Boston University he the Rev; and Mrs. E. L. Ferris I (Continued from Page 1) Robert Storey; the Rev, and

Joined the staff of the UN. He last week. I Charles O. Cole Mrs. Theo- I Mrs., Spencer Earl Mrs

has recently returned from a dore Runyan; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ferris; the Rev.\ and Mrs married: 51
The Rev Charles 8. Dopsi and Mrs. Depp were married and Mrs. Earl C. Lens wwe> yean ago
tour of Latin America. The Following the rehearsal for Earl C. Lenz Miss Charlotte Ralph Nelson Mrs. Dean 51 years age In DolgevTOe, N. T.'She is the 1 former Pbebo In Evanston' I1L She Is tbo former- Emily Lorssv He-was

public Is invited. the Golden Wedding Anniver- Moody; Mr, and Mrs. Earl A. Milton. Spencer. Mr. Dopp. a retired Methodist minister, spent most associated with Sears BoebneJk Cal, before Ms retirement
sary celebration on Friday, a Morrison Mrs..James Saunders -i Other guests Included Mr of his ministerjr in churches In New York Slate
Mrs. Byrd' Diebold Eckes, tea was served the guests of I ; the Rev: and Mrs. James and' Mrs. George F. Hornber-
who will be remembered by honor by Miss Eva Hoover and H. Wagner Mrs. Raymond I ger; Dr. and' Mrs. Oervalse J. *
many Penney Farms residents, her committee. Starnes; Mr., and Mrs. Ward I P. Barger; the Rev. and. Mrs. + Ja.

passed away March 5, In Burnt Decorations arranged by Mrs E. Krone Miss Esther Tra- John 'Wall1a"Crelihton. 4 MI
Hills, New York. Charles Coker and Mrs. Emma vassos; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I I Ushers assisting the Rev. p"y I +

She was the widow of ElmerR. Nymeyer, were in keeping with D. Myers.- Mrs. Milton Pratt; Raymond R. Gregory were; Ray
Eckes who, for a while', was the Golden Wedding theme. the Rev; and Mrs. John A.Swetnant E. Bohner, the Rev. Percy R.
superintendent of Memorial The focal point on the tea table Mrs. Ray Bohner; Batchelor, Sidney Batten and
Home Community. Also, she was a three-tiered wedding Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Ever- J I Irvin Foster.
was the last surviving sister of cake with a. white cross 'en ley Miss Eva Hoover; the The procession was directedby
Mrs. Daniel A. Poling. twined with flowers on top and Rev. and Mrs. Basil R. Mrs: Raymond Gregory as-
:yellow roses at the comers and cott Mrs. Clarence Trus-j; I silted by Mrs James H. Hous- "JL

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sager around the edges. An arrange- I the Rev. and Mrs: ton, Mrs. Herman Noyes, Mrs. ,
and Keast Mrs. A. W. Davies; Ray Smalley, Mrs Stephen
ment of golden calendulas
Mrs.
of Covallls, Ore., and _
California poppies stood besideIt. I Mr and Mrs. Clarence A. G. Kiser, Miss Luke Bollens Mrs
Paul Nye of Billings, Mont, : I
Pease Mis. H. O. i Irvin Foster and Mrs.
spent last Saturday with their The room was decorated Taylor; Harry
aunt Mrs. Frank M. Oracey with baskets of yellow gladioli, Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Barrows Sutton
chrysanthemums and palms, Mrs. H.. Clyde Eckles; Mr. I I Miss Carrie Marxer served t
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while a bride and groom and Mrs. Lynn Sheldon Miss as acolyte; the Misses Tra- Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Morrison were married M years
Last week's item concerningthe seemed to descend from the Aseneth Trevassos; Mr. and II I vassos were in charge of the The Rev. Dr George P. Howard and Mrs. Howard were ago In Duluth. !She! Is the former lesdo McLean. Hs was
observance of the World I! married 58 'ago In Chicago. He served for 40
altar arranged on the top of a Mrs. Esker J. Ellis Mrs. floral arrangements rears rears associated with General Motors Cory, to Detroit for many
Day of Prayer under the auspices as a distinguished Methodist missionary In South America
bookcase. years prior to his retirement.The .
of the Woman's Guild I, Ills column appears weekly la TIM Crescent.
Kiser, Mrs
Mrs. Stephen
at Penney Memorial Church t I
Clarence Miller, and Mrs Elmer r )
was Incomplete. The list of ,
:
Munsell presided at the tea
participants should have r., j .,(
In-I table; Mrs. James Houston,
cluded the names of the T 1 ;
Mrs. Robert Storey, and Mrs. i 1
Theodore Runyon, Mrs. Morean
Katherine Teed assisted; and
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Thomas, and Miss Freda Saun- v
the bridesmaids served the k
ders who sang the spiritual, t t
hdnored guests ,
Whole Worldin
"He's Got the
It was a delightful occasion
His Hander'The
which was enjoyed and appre-
material for the program 6e 1al
ciated by"all present
used around the world was .
prepared by Mrs Jesse Jal

McNeil, of Pasedena, Cal A The preacher for the Penney 1
bl-raclal congregation of over Memorial 11 o'clock worship N ,

170 joined In the observancehere. service, next Sunday, will be

.The offering of more than the Rev. Basil R. Truscott. .. ',' t. .
1350 was forwarded to the The leader for the prayer
United Church Women for use I meeting the following Wednes- ....- -'_____11 ,.. -
in Worldwide missionary and day at 7:30: o'clock will be the .; !. _ .. .6M The Rev. Charles O. Cole and Mrs. Cole were married Re,. Junes IL Wagner and Mrs. Wagner were marrled .
The Rev Oral C. Brown and Mrs. Brown married I
educational projects. Rev. C M. Ackerman. were 51 years ago in Lincoln Neb. She Is the former)Eva Grace In Bristol. Tean, (4 yean a... She Is the former EmmsGibson.
60 In Jamestown, Ind. He most of his I
Intercessory Prayer Meeting yean ago spent pro- Cosltr. He Is a retired Methodist minister.who served churches . Il e served for many years as a Methodist ministerIn
feszlonal career Methodist minister Indiana. r
as a In She
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In Montana and Washington. Missouri.
The Rev. and Mrs. C. in the Lecture Room each Friday Is the former Desile Emmert. .
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PENNEY FARMS POST OFFICE WED. MAR. 11 1-4 ?i I Independent: front suspension takes the "truck" out of

truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver f

VIRGINIA VILLAGE UTTLE'S' SUP. MARKET WED. MAR. 11 5-8 : and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups'\8,


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Mr. and MM. ward'E. Krone were married 14 years Mr. and Mrs, Harold E. ETerley were married II yean Mr. end Mrs Clarence A. O. Pease wen married IS and Mrs Etker J. Ellis wen married In Buejrraa,
qo w IM. 1II-.' ...'is(the former Ann Heath. Be was ago In Evanston, 111, and left em their wedding day,for yean ago Is Worchestor. Mass She la the former Arllne OM It years ago. She Is the former Nellie CralL He was for
tOclate4 for many yean:prior to his feUrcment with 43cn- Porto Allegro Brash. when he became a professor of End> Brooks. He was associated for many yean with the Evdors many yean a teacher.
al Electric: Co. neertag M locale de Enfeneria, a major Bnlverslty at SoithAoxriea. Corp, a QutkerUwn.Tenna, paper processing company.
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Myen wen married (4 years i Fairmont. Minn., 64 She Is the former
Mr. and Mrs. A. SeMen Borrows wen married It yean yean ago. Margaret
la Cincinnati They are ptctnred wearing the clothes The BT. Basil E. Traseott and Mrs.Tnueett wen married -
so age In Detroit. She la the former Elsa IIIMner. He was In Palmer He was a Methodist minister for many yeses la
In which they were married. She b the former Natalie KetlaL < U yean ago la Chicago, She Is the former Annie Fryer. Minnesota
YMCA and Boy Scoot work all his pnfeaalonal life.
He was with Procter.41 Gamble for many years before Re served many rears as a Methodist miasleaary la loath
liis retirement 31,. and Mrs 31 yen an MHO reporters forfrht America. r

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Rev. I.... A. Swetnam sad. :airs. Bwttium wen The Rer. Martin IL Beast and Mrs Roast wen married II yen ago In Enid Okl*. She Is the former Edith Mathls.
married M yean age In Okce Bay Muse Scotia. She Is the It yean ate .m Deny. ... She. Is the former Canal Fenkk.He . and )Mrs Ln Strides wen married II yean age A minister In the Church of Christ (Disciples), he tasghl
former Amy ...*.. Frewee. Be erral ..:a Baptist ministerIn was a Mcthediit minister' la Iowa and II.......' moat In Sk FsnL She. Is the ,former. Oertrndo DeVrlee. He was Philosophy at Phillips University far men than e quarter
Nova Scotia and New England. recently In. the hometown ., Harry S. Tn.... with State& Farm Insnrsnee Co., for many yews of a eeatsry.tr .
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: I is a sensitive subject and one

I School Crisis that is likely to be unpopular v MILD AND MELLOW EIGHT O'CLOCKro

he said. "But I believe the pea

academic quality .,. that has systems. pIe of the county are coming

been wrought In the county's Senator Johns, who attributed to a realization that we, in the At A Matter of FactROTARY'S w

public school since Tynes took his perennial success at schools, students and teachers 1

'over their administration the polls to his habit of can- alike, have JJust about reached 7 6I G, .T, .

Huntley said he would deter. dour with his constituents, laidit a crisis. .

mine at a later date whetherthe on the line with respect to And again the unhappy vital "".

necessary funds for raising the present administration's .statistics: "WORLD UNDERSTANDING WEEK" o L0 f f?

minimum and starting school I policy with respect to new taxes Clay County ranks sixty- As a part Of Rotary International's program Green

salaries should come from an second among Florida's 87' Cove's Mayor Marlin Harris has designated this as "World -7c.

across-the-board one cent increase "The necessary funds, we counties in the average annual Understanding Week. The Mayor's proclamation urges $195

In retail sales taxes, on I know, will not come from ad salary paid principals, teachers "all the people of,Green Cove Springs to observe this. period

items already taxed, which valorem taxes," he said "ButI and other public school In- with appropriate ceremonies and Intercultural activities

would raise an estimated (60 will vote for any bill to raise tructional staff. which will draw closer the bonds of friendship and understanding

I million, or by taxing foodstuffsand sales taxes to provide quality ; Clay County ranks fifty. that link us with other. lands and other peoples. CorgiGame

groceries would add something education. I eighth among Florida's 67 I SHOP THRIFTY AeP WHERE YOU GET... I Swift's Premium Frown

I like $240 million to the Tynes, who characterized counties in funds expended to FEBRUARY TAX COLLECTIONSSales

state's annual sales tax reve- himself as a tyro at politics, I educate each public school student tax collections in the county last month were Hens

nues.. said he had not sought his job t2U24.19, up 49 per cent from February, 1964, according PLAID I
Obviously, he said, any such "to cater to any public official Florida ranks thirty-sixth to J. Ed Straughn, director of the Florida Reveune Com STAMPS

sales tax increase would haveto or to try to please any particular among the 50 states In funds mission. The average State rise was 8,8 per cent. 20 to 22-oz.

earmark new funds for distribution faction." expended per pupil. At the'same time Sirauahn reported gasoline tax collections -
AverageEach 69 c
to the countie's school "I know the business of taxes Florida ranks forty-firs'' In the County last month were close to $43,000, a rise NEWI
the 50 states in the
among of close to 8 per cent from the year ago per1oc1Salea
percentage of total State and tax collections reflect taxable retail sales in the 132-PAGE
local expenditures devoted to ,I ---
area of close to 800000.
public education. r pA \ GIFT "Super-Ruhr Extra Lean Freshly
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Tax Assessor's.Notice "North Florida cannot com. 1' ,
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SAVE TOUR VISION GROUND BEEF 3 135 1 I'
pete . for teachers, for r rOllllEE COIrt *Pllr.
Governor Haydon Burns is urging management, labor,
quality education, with south
and government throughout Florida to concentrate this Old Fashlea Cheat
Florida, he said. "And all of
year on the reduction of accidents to the eyes -
Florida cannot compete with t'
40' other states of the nation Noting that President Johnson designated last week as SWISS CHEESE 13"SuperRight" *
Save Your Vision Week, Burns has asked for a yearlongdrive
which spend more money per All Heat Tender
by all citizens.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 19, CHAPTER I, year per "student for quality Governor Burns pointed to an increase of 500 more SKINLESS FRANKS .49"SaprrRlfhr
education
COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF responsibility" accidental eye Injuries In Florida industry during 1964 Lb. <,
"My he
continued
1930, I WILL BE AT TilE FOLLOWING NAMED PLACESON than in 1963. Total for last year was 3,885. '
"is to point up to the or Copeland's Pare Pork
THE DAYS AND DATES STATED HEREIN FOR Governor Burns said "This Increase I Is a stark warning A b

'; TilE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING TAX RETURNS ON parents of the county's 8,000- to all of us to do more this year to prevent accidents that BAG SAUSAGE 39?
plus public school students that *. Hal
ALL REAL, PERSONAL AND TANGIBLE PERSONAL result in blindness. And further, it Is an ominous reminderto
their children are getting less
PROPERTY I us to redouble our efforts in every phase of safety" Csp'n Jehs's Quick Frotea Uncooked
than Quality educations.

MARCH FRIDAY "We will do everything we PERCH PORTIONS 99
can: large group instructionunits RABIES CLINIC ,-? <
11111 Place The County Health Department, In cooperation with two 1
Pct 4 10:00: to 10:15 Clay Voting paperback books, audio
local veterinarians that the ANNUAL RABIES J
,
announces
Pet t 10:45: to 11:00 Mlddleburg Voting Place visual materials and education.
INNOCULATION CLINICS will be held from March 27 to "Super Right" Quality Heavy Wester/i Bwf
Pct -11:20: to 11:30: Doctors Inlet Civic Center al TV, to cut costs," he said. 4
April 17.Innoculatlon,
Pct IS- 11:45 to 12:00 Meadowbrook- Belalr Voting "but the hard fact remains
I Clinics will be held at the following locations
these youngsters need better
Place in the county on the following dates: '
academic tools. Without them
Pet. I 1:00: to 1:30: Orange Park City Hall Saturday, March 17 J
I they won't be able to compete
Meadowbrook-Bellalr Area = Clinic to be held at Cherry
with South Florida high school
MARCH (1 WEDNESDAYPet. Elementary School 2-4 pm. STEDKSTBone
graduates, with graduates of
Keystone Heights Area Clinic held at Keystone Heights
-
5 10:00: to 10:15 Klngtley Lake Voting Place schools in 40 other states."
City Hall 2-4
pm.
Pci I 10:45: to 11:00 Belmore Voting Place Huntley's address emphasized
i Saturday, April SiMlddleburg
his belief that education
quality
Pet. 7 11:15: to 11:45: Keystone City Hall Area Clinic to be held at the Civic: Center
should start In the first
Pct 11 1:00: to S:15: Penney Farms Voting Place three grades. 2.4 p.m.: '

Pct 9 3:45: to 4:00: Voting Place "Classes In these beginning Saturday, April 101 .
Green Cove Springs Area Clinic at the Clay County
TAX RETURNS MAY ALSO BE FILED AT MY OFFICE grades should be smaller, Health Department 2-4 pm. YOUB

IN THE COURTHOUSE UNTIL APRIL 1st, 1965 FOR teachers better. Only in this :
Saturday April 171
THE 1985 TAX ASSESSMENT ROLL. ANY CHANGES way will beginning students Orange Park Area- Clinic to be held at the Orange Park Club\ CHOICB[ ;
f "
I learn to read learn to study, 8
orSirloin
8 C
YOU WISH TO BE MADE FROM KHE 1964 ASSES- Fire Dept. 2-4 p.m.
he said.
MENTS, PLEASE NOTIFY THIS OffICE, All warm blooded pets should be innoculated annually,
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONSAll
RESPECTFULLY, and all owners are urged to take advantage of the service. 1 Lb.
LOUISE 0. SMITH I persons who have not Fee for each innoculatlon will be at' the reduced rate

applied for the homestead exemption of two ((2) dollars per animal.SOUTHERN .
Assessor. Taxes, Clay Co.w j jf have until April 1 for t h -

filing applications. BELL TAXES Jano Parker Thoro-Hlcnd Knrichwl; WhiteBREAD

New homeowners must,havea Southern Dell paid $2.522,191 In utility taxes to the Stateof EXTRA

f deed or article of agreement Florida last week. This tax payment, the largest the I o..r.wr..werrr I (TAyBC
recorded before January 1, 1965 company has ever paid the state, represents an Increase B.ttF Crork.r 1-|ib. 4-ol. I *""""

San Lebrydo and 'apply in person for exemption of over 300 per cent over that paid 10 years ago when the PU Crest Mix 45e

by April 1 to the company made a 1829,117.79 payment for 1954. During this C. M .*.94. .km* 51.r. SIj.

County Tax Assessor 10 year period, Southern Bell has paid to the State of
Under a State Supreme Court Florida $17.963.876. U.% or 1'1'
c I ruling, mobile homes and trailers --- I LAID SamUidiSliml 2 ;: Ll I. 390

will be assessed as tangible :Shorty; (lurU'tt ('(Jlm'l'! Mwww..rr Ain TAa1'Pe I

UlMBEB1Iill personal property Tax returns For' Hlaflting Commies, I Ann run !-ot. liutllI
? Vanlll Extract 3>cBM4
NEED MONEY
have been mailed to all I Natlfjr Colored
owners I
0 In 8. g, AH'WPontlnuod <..p.,a. rra Ma*. SIMaiul '
who purchased tags last year.These Homeowners pay off ? 'MARGARINE
( from r.II" tine) 23.x. 29
I xUtlnic bill. On.
returns are to be filed oesn't really care vb then .mall monthly payment.I . i ,., ;

\ on Highway 21 at Middlcburg with this office by April 1.1 blowing the' Communists to I Yrt. To I'ay '
51.1.1Y. Pw. JewelSHORTENING
law lat rBl
Tel 13utler 2-5272) All other mobile owners pieces" In Southeast Asia escalates (............. ...,...11 IPUIOSTAkirs
Middleburg- did not receive returns should
the current fighting Into JACK SMITH 3
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