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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 25, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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JOHNS AT CLAY J. C.HIGH REPRESENTATIVES APRIL 1, : $10. Million; Local Gain' Seen I I'I

On April 1, 'st 7:30: pjn, the St.' JohnsRlver Junior
College Registrar and representative of the Admission
department will discus aU aspect of the admission policiesof
the college for the next term. This meeting will be held v Fourth Million Dollar

In the Clay High School cafeteria: ,
AH juniors and seniors) In high school and their parent tR

are urged to attend ., ,..
Company Slated to Sign 1

O. P. HEALTH CENTEK SCHEDULEThe Shown anon at a recent meeting *f the V L\. Greater ...., ,,-

Orange Park Health Center will be open tomorrowand Community Services project am: (II l-r) E. J. Deriebiweiler, .' ;
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every 2nd and 4th Friday thereafter, from 1-4 pjn. witha Warwick Kenney Mr*, llermaa Reed, arajeet chairman ;""If\ I..... For GCS :in Near Future
Public Health nurse In attendance. Services provided will and IL Relea.Clay .
include health counseling and teaching, health cards, and ,: .
Climate Conditioning, a prime contractor on the "Moon-
immunizations. The Health Center U located upstairs in ,.,.. , shot" building at ,.Cap* Kennedy, became an independent
the Park Fir Department, entrance being gained Revenues
Orange Co-Op Up 1J"o
;, corporation with. a backlog estimated at $10 million this
from the parking area for the ambulance and tire truck. ., ,

Net Down On "Dora" Costs week.Formerly a division of Paul Hardeman[ Inc., the new
MILK CONCENTRATE BY 1571A ) .
company employ more than 60 persons at one of the hangars
University! of Illinois marketing specialist say sterilized at Oreen Cove' Industrial park
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc., had total revenue of
milk concentrate will b* In competition with fresh $3,273,102 last year, an Increase of approximately 1 per Bernard Becklus, plant manager *t Green Cove, who was
milk on a nationwide basis not later than 1970. cent from the year earlier figure. At the sam time, total The Green Cue plant ef Climate Conditioning which named a vie president said the new corporation wa or.
Involved are \Important Industrial Interest like UB. margins (net earning) were$303,499, or more than 9 percent this week became in Independent corporation, where work I Is ganged by 0. L Landrum formerly general manager of
Steel and Allied Chemical Corporation plus a number of the division, a vice president Hardemsn, and now president
of total revenues. Margins! were off more than $35.000 being don *n the "Mooiuhol building at Cap Kennedy,
big milk firm from the 1963 levels A company spokesman said Hurricane Th* building li one .(, the largest at Green C T'I Industrial of Climate.
Canned milk concentrate has been on the market for a division
Plan for the corporate revealed In The
Dora cost the Co-op approximately 60000. If this had been park were
number of yean but hasn't lived up to expectations it ,Crescent Feb 4. '
added to earning, they would have been 7 I
than
would "take over" the milk business of the nation. It ha cent. up more St. Climate lathe smallest of three corporations with multtl- '
been unable to overcome two big hurdle< : legal barrier per With Mary's Episcopal million dollar annual sales to enter the Oreen Cove area
and Inability to equal the last of fresh milk depreciation of close to
within the past two yesn. A fourth such company U *x-
Now It U said the sterile product taU much better $500,000, the Co-op paid approximately \>>
Churchwomen Meet petted to announce! plan to occupy facilities at the Industrial t
and even duplicates. the fresh taste In some tet*. .wt $110,000 In taxes park'wlthln' a matter of day. t
and In Inte.t.Net .
In Wisconsin market the concentrate outsold fresh, $336,000
one : "W feel our position ha town greatly strengthenedby f:
milk 3 to 1 at a price 3 cents a quart (mixed basis) under utility' plant, cash: on St. Mary' Episcopal Churchwomen pie were: Mn. Margaret. Bud- the change," Becklu said this week. "We are now at
hand and Investments all met In the pariah hall low, Mrs Phyllis Dumbauld, ,
the fresh product It mixes smoothly with two water to ? &011IaubAtantl.U much greater liberty to go out and seek new business on ,
one of concentrate during the year. for their monthly luncheon set- Mn. Mary Jan Pupkln, Mn our own."

4 Net utility plant U listed In the lion on last Wednesday Mr. Edith Israel Mn. Ororgla Pool, Th Green Cove plant' principal business now ls fabricating .
ATTENTION VETERANS Co-op 1964 annual report at Dain Williamson, president Mr. Dora Erwin, Mr. Maxine
the
; tiding for the hug Cap Kennedy building, Ii'
Melvin T. Dixon, of the Fla. Dept. of Veterans Affair, mon than $13 million, up approximately presided. Martin, and Mrs; Brantley Lu which will be the world's largest, and also In providing air
burial $750.000 from; 1963Taxr Plans were completed for e... I
says the federal government's tradition of providing conditioning for It,
grounds for war veterans win have to be abandoned unless wen $111.000, up leas purchasing vestment for the Th next meeting will beheld Becklua: said compUtlon of the work on the "Moonshot"building
than $2,000 from th Junior choir and other Item on Wednesday, April 31at
National'Cemet.n year ear
Congress act to expand the System. U scheduled for next February tie[ expressed the
lleri. while Interest was $23$.000T of business were presented and .13.30: p.m. with Mn. Dum,
\ National .
showing available in
bullet
Citing _a report space I that new contract will be on hand by that time
.Jf discussed.! ,_ .,. ,. .bauld a* hostess and the .
*, ; program '
..-remeteria* is quietly beeomInI.'f.Jh11ittla."TnnBI rUabutlort tl revenue*la* ytat Mr*' to make climate a permanent resident of Ocean Cov. J
of cemetery sties)la antlggat. !. Dixon said Congrs-T:: I close to tore ,time greater, Th. program was a narra presented by kin: Msr-: Landrum, who was' In Orren Love briefly this week returned I
man John P, Baylor of Pennsylvania ha Introduced a bill I than they were in 1954. Uve; Disciple: In Clay- led. sin AU women of St. Mar,'* to Stanton'Call!.. headquarter of the company, on
for establishment of advisory board to reevaluate In to by Mn. Williamson Those taking Episcopal Church an urged to .
calling an a message consumers. II H. Surrency, president Wednesday V1*
the of various disci- attend..
and re-d&gn the entire program. Congressman Say referring to today'" election and urging the modernlrfntlon part While eompany..officials her refused comment on the
lor blasted the UB. Budget bureau' position of 1963 which of 4> sections of the Co-op' bylaws' \ says: BANK OF OCA background of the isle, it II I known that Paul Hardoman.
contended that burial benefits a* now paid by the Veterans "In the 37 yesri your co-op baa been serving, a great DEPOSITS ON RISE PROCLAMATION! Inc? hu been stuck In recent month by a multitur of
Administration and under Social Security are "far prefer many changes have cam about. The problems of the "SO'i The Bank of Green Cove One of the first prerequisites financial problem It was recently estimated that llard-
able" to the Government's interment facilities were not those w* face now. Serving 20,000 famllle nql1lrt'trreat.r Spring which reported deposit of a beautiful city 1* rrun's Indebtedness totals approximately $30 million Hard-
Dixon said he encourages veteran who are planning\ on flexibility, a somewhat different arrro\Ch from of UJeues: on December cleanliness man\ stock, listed on the New York Stock Exchange, hit a i
Interment In national cemeteries to make their feeling serving 3,000, a* w* did when w* started Our By-Law 31, gained SIT place In Ill I hereby designate the 1164-65 high of $1421 a share month ago It cloned Tuesday
known to their congressmen so any legislation\ could and have "been amend-d many time, to meet enuring nerds, standing among the 8900 largest week beginning April tin, as at 15.Burlington. '
would receive the support of the Congressman representing until they'an now pretty much of a hodgepodge.Your commercial bank lit the Oreen Cove Clean-Up Week,
their district. Board think It Is time to overhaul and modernize United State during 1964 and and I earn'ltI1' .U 1] our

our"ByLews."W now rank as 6134 largest In resident to cooperate In ridding Industries Contributes:
MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS urge you to read this carefully and compare It lU compared with 6191 placeat property of unsightly I

The florid Medical Association: and the Florida Medical with our present By-Laws. Pirate accept our assurance the end of IIlel: rubbish, thusldlng in making $5 Million( to Profit Sharing Plan
Foundation today jointly announced establishment of an that the purpose of all our proposed change U to strum- Deposits of the bank touted our city more attractive.

annual 11,000 medical scholarship to be awarded the high line our operations to aft down on paper the pollcl hlch $4,743.606 a year ago ThU I lit Marta J. urns, OurllnvuMt Industrie Inc, Statement showing the
school student winning the association's first place senior have evolved with our steady development, and to make the Mayor
revealed In the 1165 Annual I ha contributed more than $5 i amount of money crated to
prIM in the State Science Fair. affairs of the Clay Electric: Co-operatlv more responsive Roll Call of the 5000 Oreen Cove Sprint million from It* (1964 earnings I the personal account of each
The scholarship: will be presented for the first time to the will of you its member. Largest Bank In the United to the Profit& Sharing Itetlre. i inient member of the plan luvj been
April 5 in the tenth annual State Science Fair at Orlando.It "I* many respect, the change bring up to date policMwhich Slate published by the dally paper of the banking buslnra Plan for hourly-paid em i distributed to employee at I
I II donated and will be administered by the Foundation, Law w* ban been following for years o.i which existing AMERICAN DANKER of New There are 13673 bank In the ploye of the diversified textile |plank throughout the cotnpny'
By
the association' affiliated educational and research or. an ambiguous or silent. York, which Is the trade news- United States. arm .Continued on Page 4i
ganisation. \
Drs. Samuel N. Day and Leo M. WachteL: FMA and n .. .. .
FMF presidents, respectively, said the funds will be bald in "
trust for up to eight yean following the recipient' high
school: graduation. U and when he enroll in a medical
school within that time the money will be paid out in 8th Annual
equal Installments raid of the four yean he I II in school;

providing satisfactory grade are maintained. . .
The new scholarship will be given in addition to the Miss ...;.t
annual PICA State& Science: Fair awards which have been

given for the past eight yearn.ST. '
-*- Clay County
ACCC; STWE 4MTB ANNIVERSARY ETEXTI

A band concert to mark the official opening of the BC J
,
Augustine amphitheatre and an Hispanic fashion festival Pageant
are two special event of this week-end, part of St. Augus
tine's 400th Anniversary Celebration.
The Hispanic Fashion Festival, scheduled for this Saturday, Entrants
.. at 13.30: la the Pone de Leon Hotel will feature authentic
costume furnished by member of the Organization of > r
American State. a* wn a* those representative *i, the Prase >II 1 noAIN ..4w
.various province* of Spain. BpaoeoriM th .event L(Uw 11 h w a

Pilot dub of St. Autw tin.. who** member will be Mdetinf Caee t D.Mrw e'a.e.adr t Cantri1''a csrter i IA"Y.q DgE vr4
Spanish! province costumes which they raesnbsdand- .

mad, themselves.
Sunday. March 2Mb. the St. Auguctia* Amphitheatre win ofOdaOy open with a University of Florida Oator Band . -.l ,
Concert: presented under the auspice of the St. Augustine
Easter Week Festival. Inc. Beginning at 3:30, the concert
will feature various selections. Including a portion ..
devoted to Spanish musk. rxy'r,
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TARPAPERS: APRIL I. HOT APRIL fOOLI DAT! !" '

Taxes on real and personal property ta the county will : :;J ew.ijy
become delinquent on Aprfl I. Wayne Oeiger, county tax .. \Wr.; : (' ,4'i
collector said this week. Penalties on all delinquent lazes ; '; rfras r
begin at that tone aad advertiaiag of penoaal awl Intangible ; .I.t.: w ; ,tr'

personal property win begin next month. Advertising '
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of delinquent real pt'OCIntJdN will begin in May ,v h .e'N. .
Odder also said law office has sold MO INS aato: tag JIa.-

so far this year. This 1* approximately II per rent more 'xq>
than were sold at this tttne last year. Hi office collect tw re'a
M cent on each tag sold& and another M cent on each title . :i

transferred. The local take Ust year was /1,42814 on tags -- .. --"" - 'I

and title m omen. Suaae Jayae Early StoNe. aM (.Maeda Painter B.aty ee rs ..1er y





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FACE TWO OHay (Bounty! Crescent THURSDAY, MARCH 15. IMS




OKay( (ttountg fflmceut The CasuallY I. Count... by Jerry Marcu Goodness andSeverttygfLife. .. Boy Scout News:-.

".NAT .II lose FM ,CUT It SOOS FOR' till CRUCMT" . By :' I

DUNCAN OOLDTHWAITE CRONEd)....-EDITOR ANt PUBLISHER : : : :DR. "GEORGE r. HOWARD By DAYTON WILSON

ELIZABETH LEONARD GRONEIt.EECRRTART WH\U. j. Is Ass't Scoutmaster
,"e I a.cc14entto' bring some good
PusuiNtg Evirr THURSDAY IT CUWCWT Puts, INC.P. acrosManAt .1IIt jJ1
0. 101 171 into your life?" Voices filled with the cheer- course: are ten rest stations. At

GREEN COY ......... rwmoATlLtPHONI t' : "We know that In everything ful enthusiasm of young boys, each station the boys will be
CCS I84-3I69 ra f F p God works for good with those confusion amid chaos, and required to demonstrate one of

SICQRI CUM torn*! Hit. AT RUIN COVE 1"1"". FIOMM' : who love Him." (Rom. 8:28): frustrated leaden on the verge their scouting; skills. These

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ill J Can we still believe that Let's of a nervous breakdown.The skills will range from field
ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE ..,...... ",....,... t-00 communication to first aid.
TWO TEARS IX ADVANCE ...... ..,...... ...* 1 H see.Suppose proceeding is a fore-
Ood were trying to The entire course will be
. : cast of what is to come this
., .' : ."" :remind us constantly of the week-end. The 1965 Hikeoree followed on compass bearings
value of eternal must be followed -
life by the un of and the bearings
Integrity ..0 :. _._. -.' eo .' certainties of our present hu- for the North the Muskogee Florida Council District will explicitly or the group

/ ... : man life. Could you Imagine a will go astray
,. : .. be held at Lake Hamilton this
'.
J better universe In which to The boys, who win have
(Editor's. Note: The following Is a brief excerpt from : I .' teach' this lesson We cannot coming week-end. eaten lunch 'on the' trail, will

an address recently delivered by Prime F. Osborn III, vice ti.rn ..:.:.: tell what another hour may The boys of Troop 121 In return to camp between 4:00:

president and general counsel of the Atlantic Coast Line .J' .. .. VIM"w+a'R. Dr. HowardIn bring: what telegram or letter Oreen Cove out Springs the final plansto are and 8:30: Saturday, evening. ..to
smoothing -
Railroad Co. before a joint session of the,general convenUon T'1. ........ may arrive bringing news of prepare supper.
of the Protestant Episcopal Church In the U. 8. A. We :\ '. r, : Ralph Connor's story, death or illness "Change and attend. After supper the boys will
The boys will check In between
hope Mr. Otborn will not think we have done an Injustice ; "Sky Pilot, Owenn. whoee decay in all around I see" attend the campfire where they
}' mother had died, lived with her 8:30: and 8:30: Friday
to Us statement which runs to a greater length than
great says the old hymn. We seek will take part In the enter
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1"; father in the wilds of Canada. afternoon. After setting up
This Is the meat of his 1
here to reproduce.
we have space "d I meaning and purpose and something tainment and meet boys from
consideration.) r 1- U ...... / ))1 She roamed the country on camp and getting settled in
argument and It bears our stable In life, and so the other troops.
11 II\ -- horseback, free and strong and their assigned area, the boys
On March 13, 1984, a 28-year old woman, Catherine 11 happy. The circuit rider, knownas hymn continues: 0 Thou who '.will settle down for the night, The boys will return Sunday
0 changest not, abide with me." afternoon we hope with a blue
Oenovese, came home to a respectable street in the section I 61 the Sky Pilot, on one of his although as any Scout Leadercan
of Queens, NYC, known as Kew Oardens. She had worked .1".f' ::::::J--t/J.,.. rare visits, tried to interest her Suppose Ood were trying to tell you the boys never ribbon, which represents an
0 teach us the fact of human excellent score. They will talk
later and arrived on her street at 3 ajn. There are two -" in God and religion "I don't settle down the first night. The
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apartment buildings the rest of the street consists of =..-.% "-. Lrra.df.. ;'... '1;1. .....'....... __' ....'... believe any of ,that," she said. solidarity. No man suffers. first night out on any trip is about It for days to come, while
.. .
. alone What
concerns one, will
concerns the leaden stagger gratefully -
one-family homes. Residents Include Jews, Roman Catholicsand !.11'JJ. .... ,. ;: '"! + "Olve me the plains the mountain usually sleepless or at..least
Protestants. It is a middle-Income district. Tti'tt/11' ; '!' iN1 :t.'M: 4 4) .. and a good horse. all We are thrown together partially so for any leader. to their beds to find
in the bundle of life. time:
the next
She parked her car and started walking to her death. f'''. ,".,' One day her horse fell and Bright and early Saturday strength for
I
'M Trovtfori Safely tonic .001" 0 t When Ohandl declared a boy It may sound as if all thisis
She saw a man lurking near the parking lot. Miss Oen crippled her spine She never morning, the boys will turn out
ovese walked toward a Police call box. The man pursuedher rode again On his next visit cott against the importationof and prepare breakfast. The a trial for the leaders which

and stabbed her. She started screaming, "Oh, my Oodl I Driver orro,' causes 15% of all highway accidents.( the sky Pilot found her in bed. British manufactured cotton leaders will also turn out, maybe they find distasteful but It
goods, 120,000 men lost their is not Speaking as a scout
Please help met Please help me I" Somebody threw open a she was bitter with anger at not so bright eyed as their so.
window and a man called out, "Leave that girl alone I" her accident and full of hate jobs In the cotton mills of Man- charges, but turned out any leader myself I can truthfullysay

Other lights went on, other windows were opened. The ActA "You told me God loves me; cheater. Great then is our responsibility although It may be a trial
The
State Must as members of the way.At nine o'clock the entire at times we enjoy it
attacker got Into a car and drove away. but look what He has done tome

The attacker drove back, got out and searched for I hate him. If he loved me human family. troop will embark on a six

Miss Oenovese in back of the apartment building where ahe ( WJXT Editorial) He would never have let this Suppose Ood prizes character mile hike, led 'by Assistant ATTENTION PARENTS! D.-

had crawled for safety. Again, she screamed for help again A possibility appears to exist that the long-sought Cross- happen to me." 'Tell me," answered above all human qualities Scoutmaster Larry Oroner, who you have a son between the

lights came on and windows were opened He stabbed her Florida Barge Canal still could dry up before it is ever the Sky Pilot; "whichdo Strong character comes from recently completed the Hiking of 11 and 18 who b interested
wise moral decisions Do ages
t> again! and drove away. filled with water This disturbing danger signal comes ata you like best:' the prarle you Training Course at the North
not think that the stress and In .,..Unr. If ... eaU
The first attack CAme at 3:15: o'clock. The first call to time when the canal enjoys the most favored status with or the canyons'" She answered Florida Training Session.
the Police came at 3:50: o'clock. Police said they arrived Congress it has ever had and when major construction on "The canyons." "Why'" "Be. trials placed upon us are admirably Along the prescribed six mile Dayton Wilson at 284-M88.
fitted to'
within 2 minutes of the call. Miss Oenovese was dead , various parts of the canal project is a reality. cause in the deep cool shadowsof produce just
that: a sterling character
38 persons heard her scream. 38 persons saw her stabbed. The possibility\ of a slowdown or stoppage in canal the canyons," said the girl,
This world is not a favorable
Not one of them came to her rescue. development also coincides with a time when Duval County "beautiful flowers grow that
place in which to make a fortune
When asked why they did not, one woman said: "I which would be the eastern terminus for barge traffic cannot grow out In the hot, Helm
Most people fall at that.
didn't want my husband to get Involved." One nian said, Is sorely In need of the kind of economic stimulusthe dusty plain." Then the minister
But it Is fitted for hammering
"I was tired; I went back to bed." Another said, "I don't canal could provide. told her how the canyons had out character.
We belong to
know." The problem seems to be that the Canal Authority is been formed by cataclysmsthat
the Funeral Home
Future, to Eternity; we belong
That situation Is, In my opinion, the field of Mutual without sufficient right-of-way along the canal route and had ripped and torn open
to the human family, and
Responsibility. without the money with which to buy it. and there are only those great rents. It looked as
Before we can really begin to approach the unbelieveably two ways out of the dilemma: either the state buys the if those scars would be so we belong to the Supreme Potter 1 IIi CHARLES HELM
whose wise
tremendous task of discharging our duty to mission, it necessary land or the counties through which the canal much useless land. But Into fingers shapeour

. seems to me that we must state at home. That means that route lies must buy it. Without sufficient right-of-way, of those very rent the little seeds them human will.ends", "rough* hew iI Funeral Director
as we
I you and I must accept this responsibility and prayerfullyand course, canal construction must eventually stop. were blown by the winds. And

consciously try to discharge it. I believe mutual responsibility A move evidently will be made when the Legislature in the sheltered, moist corners l. I Phone 2S4-9G96

must begin with me. convenes next month to get the state to bear part or all of they were able to throw out Say;; You Read It in .
Is there any doubt but that violence Is abroad in our the coat of right-of-way with an appropriation from the their rootlets and grow. "Is It GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA

land today general fund. The likely alternative would be a bond Issue not possible," said the Sky Pi- TUB CRESCENT HWT. 18 FAIT F. O. BOX 448
Is there any doubt but that discord and discontent program spread among the six counties straddling the canal lot "that Ood Is using your

,I abound today route, which means that populous Duval County would be
Is there doubt that confusion and unhappiness are asked to bear a proportionately heavy share of the load

prevalent today amounting to several million' dollars. There Is justification,'

One need only refer to the dally newspaper to be con. however, for asking the state to share this financing responsibility

vinced. Inasmuch as the economic benefits of the canal

Crimes of violence are Increasing at alarming rates; not will spread far beyond the borders of the six counties along
Make Your HouseA
just in numbers, but In the incidence. The most brutal ones its path. Dream

are experiencing the greatest Increase. Whatever the financing options may be, Florida and

''I Juvenile delinquency is growing and is not restricted to Duval County should not permit the lack of night-of-wsy

the "bad" homes. Your children and mine or their counter. to slow down or curtail construction of the barge canal. The

parts, are the deUnque ts. appropriations battle in Congress Is tedious enough without

I don't know how loneliness Is measured, but I am additional roadblocks.Now .

convinced: that this, too, is becoming more and more pre. that construction crews are In the field an en- Reality
valent. lightened public should bend Its efforts to assure that the -

Disturbance can be measured. Our first admission to crews stay there.metiers.

mental hospitals has Increased over one-third in the last

decade. Furthermore, In 1963, we Americans, abounding
In prosperity, spent over $50,000,000 for tranquilizers. These to the Ebftnr -.ft ":" ., '

increases cannot be attributable in whole to better diagnosis '

nor changed treatment methods either. ..:.::.::::= = _--=-
These examples could go on and on. They evidence, To The Crescent: homes equals Juvenile trouble" ;

among other things, changing concepts.We I have followed with a great and letter to editor last week). I. t

no longer admire honesty. To say a man's word deal of Interest your recent It Is not just "out to the 4'

is his bond is to be called "square." And even that is articles concerning the prob. dairies" that this problem existsIt

indicative. The word "square" was a good one In years lem of poverty in this area can be seen, If one Is willing ,

gone by. A man got a square meal or he made a square (The weed-smoking eightyearold to look, in practically all

deal, but now it is a term of derision. In Potllkker Mar 4: Lea areas of the county. I'm afraid ..

Integrity all facets of our lives is on the decline. Blano's "Poverty plus, broken that most of the Oreen Cove

-DeODlo_ are_n blind__.._ tn the w H..."...._- 1 Loans For New Homes or For

crate conditions that a large

The Most Important Part of Our Service live percentage In simply of because the population to changethe ; Home ImprovementsFHA :

situation ,; '
would not put a ,

I 1 Is Absolutely Free. single one's pocket dollar directly and it even Into any.may ;, "JJ\ Title I

Y take some outMost Ai..\ ', 1 .
Discussion All Free. :j, ,, .
Information. Suggestions people who will face the .
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When we talk with our customers we base our judgments on extensive problem squarely will agree It
la '1(These loans can be granted property' irks is '
a complex one that will any ownrr planning to
research; what we know about the earnings ant dividend records; the not ,
progress in sales and development of America's moot promising companies be solved In a few weeks or "' :Y?: : .' build or wants to improve their present home after i.

big and small old and even a few years; and one that S
now.
can't be solved by a juvenile qualifying through& FIIA Standards. .:
Petfcaps you have never owned stock but would like to begin investing. -
counselor the churches
It ao, you probably have a number. question you would want answered or
any other unless
group the en. .
Jurt ak us. And If you think It take a lot of money to become a part tire community becomes concerned L J

owner of American busliMa we can tell you how you can begin with mod. about all of 1U citisena.

eat amount Opening an account with us is a very simple matter. Because U cannot be solved i'. Telephones '

Why,not call on us and eee If the most Important ''Part.of our service over night does not justify the '. "

makes sane to you' Inaction of the community. 281.3650,284.3999 2843051Congress
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of publicity and some controversy -
over a proposed Job Corps or -

training center In the area butI

aK e-4 have,not heard a single word r, 4-9583:>

a 't aF regarding the dozens of other

programs of the "War on Poverty MtmberFDIC '
which could benefit Oreen

Cove Springs and Clay County. .
What about the work-trainln

program which provides full or

t part-time work for youths, 18- .
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; ((atl1J ec f!)ly1IlwJlmefltt or 20, return enabling to them school.to stay in flk. BANK of( GREEN COVE SPRINGS'


:JnmI Has anyone Investigated the OHEEN COVE SPBIKOS, P1OH1BA. i
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possibility of a Community Action
JLL ./-1-, Program which provides

J"tfJ.trLJI'L.0.. Florida National Bank Bldg.JLa..aS &..t...,. financial support tor local antipoverty nvasue"se reee
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campaigns projects
.l .fJ.-I./.U The County's Oiled and largest Sank
"' ""'- Me Joseph A. Mathews James D.Holmes, nI J- .l.J-r mal Include remedial reading,
Michael Alfred B. Davis
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FOUNDER'S CIRCLE: ROARING TWENTIES SEAFOOD SCHOOL HELD

Green Cove Socials j I','. "i/) i! ,\ : : Seventeen member of the CABARET'.SATVRDAY I Clay County Homemakers at
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"I ." \\' :" Founder's Circle of the Green AT VAA. tended a Fish and Seafood
. Mr. and Mrs. Loel Judy haveas her guests last week her daughter :tJJ? " Core Springs Garden Club met It's the "Roaring Twenties School Wednesday morning
their house guest, Mrs. Ju- and son-in-law, Mr. and : ...\+. fat Thursday, March 11, at Cabarot" at the V.LA. on Saturday March 10th, at the Clay County -
dy's mother, Mrs. Nora Stover, Mrs. Wallace B. Smiley and I the home of Mrs. R. L. Kled- evening, March 27, at I Extension Auditorium. The
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: Ilk at one o'clock., o'clock, sponsored by the Green school was conducted by Mrs.
of LIma Ohio. Mrs. Stover will! their son Bruce of Daytona .
stay until the first of May. Beach. This week she has asher I : Mrs J. K. Csrswell and Mr*. Cove Springs y. I. A Woman's' Margaret R. Nelson, Home
guests for a few days Mr. i i. 'I : ; A., D. Duck were co-hostesses. Club. I Demonstration Agent and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mooreof and Mrs Warren Flshell, of , !" ; ; : Mrs M. B. Argo, president, George Turner will' act as Sandra R. Hammock Assistant
Remington Indiana, left on Rochester. N. Y. and Mr. and 'J .. conducted the meeting Mrs' master of ceremonies for entertainment Home Demonstration Agent
Monday after spending weekas Mrs William Vickers of Dan. _'. '. ; :;: Carl Dumbauld, program chairman by some of the fa. Mrs Nelson and Mrs. Ham
the guests of their brother vile, N. Y. : ,, introduced Mrs. Charles moue talent now residing in t mock prepared a number of
and,, sister-in-law, Adm. and Miller a member of the Found- the Green Cove area. seafood dishes with special emphasis
Mrs Chauncey Moore Mr. and Mrs Arthur Sohm ,1. er's Circle who read a paper A ja* Pianist will play a on variety of cooking
and their daughter, Lily Jean, .. "Through the Years with the medley of songs of the twenties methods and types of seafoods.
Gary Clark spent the weekend spent the week-end in Cameron, p1r.: w..Jd Founders Circle" which was a as you sing along with her. Dishes were prepared using
with his family Mr. and S. C., visiting their son and :J : : history enjoyed by all, since There will be a strolling guitarist flounder, mullet, shrimp, crab
Mrs. Edgar T. Clark. Gary is daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. this Is the 30th anniversary of from Indian Town, South and tuna fish These were
a student at Florida State UnlTrerslty. Howard Sohm. .'" the founding of the Green Cove Dakota, and four Charleston cooked using\ methods such as
,. j; Springs Garden Club and the Contest Winners from High baking,
oven frying, casseroleand
Miss Catherine Anderson, ". :: i i 12th anniversary of the Club's Point, N. C. You will hear the IRISH BAKERENGAGEMENT skillet meals.

Joel Padgett returned to Daytona -I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berwick .,. !.' ; division into Circles "Famous Four Heney's sing and ANNOUNCED The many ways in which
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Beach on Monday after Anderson, Is home for the ". "" F': ', Two new members were received. play for you, and there is a fresh and prepared fish and
. "Blues Singer' from California. Mr. and Mrs- W. C. Irish
spending the week-end with Easter vacation from St. Gene- \ I ,, They an Mrs Josephine sesffoods may be purchased
Ms mother, Mrs. Alice Padgett. vteve-of-tbe-Plnes, in Ashevllle. I c. r .., Banta and Mrs.'L. B. BlnnaGuests Also on the program will be Hlbernia Route. Green Cove was discussed: as well as methods
She has as her guest Miss Be present at this meeting appearances by Miss Clay Springs announce the engagement of selecting Suggestions
Mrs J.: 1:. CanweU had uI Womble a classmate, of Winston : were Mrs Morris P. Moore County, Becky Campbell, of of their daughter, Bar. were given for "do's and don'ts'.
I Salem, N. C. of Remington, Indiana, Mrs C. Mlddleburg, and Miss Clay bars E., to David 1* Baker, son when preparing seafood by various
( L. CogbiU and Mrs, Gordon High, Dianne Revels,' of Mr. and Mrs Lois T. Baker, methods

LETTERS TO EDITOR Charles Noble, son of Mr. . ; Craig If you are In the mood for of Forest Park. Georgia. The The recipe sheets used with
and Mrs. Eldridge E. Noble, fun and would like to enjoy wedding will take place on the the school are available to the
(Continued from Page 2) spent the' weekend with his : .. ",,4 GREEN COVE OES an evening of gaiety, come to fourth of June at the home of public, and may be obtained by
literacy instruction, homemaker parents. He Is a student at " ': J' ".'" '. :;- the V loA., this Saturday night. the bride calling or writing the County
services, health services recreational Peabody Teachers College, . .. .. MEETING TONIGHT Extension Office.
services, and others. Nashville Tenn. The Green Cove Springs Order 0. P. FASHION Those attending the school
What about the Adult Basic of Eastern Star, Chapter SHOW APRIL 1 were: Mesdames Shirley Yar-
Education program. These area Mrs. Pansy Quigley has had Engagement AnnouncedMr. No. 45, will hold their regular I The Orange Park Woman's brough, Melee Haines, Amber
few of the possibilities. OfCOUI'H her daughter, Mrs. Allene meeting tonight at I o'clock Club will hold their annual Muler, Sue Harrington, NlckleRlpley
it will cost the local Emerson, of Neptune, N. J.. asher at the Masonic Hall. Thelma Spangler, Barbara -
I and Mrs Donald J. Seoul Is employed by the Agricultural Fashion Show April 1 at 10:00at :
community something the guest for the last three The station of Ada and all I Ii Tubbs, Mae Durrance
ST., 3t Cordova Street, St. Augustine Extension: office in St. the civic auditorium. Jean i
Federal Government will pay weeks. Mrs Emerson plans to Augustine. put Ada's will be honored at Jowers will present Spring 'Lillian Smith. Carolyn Gander-
up to 90% of the cost of Com leave this week to return to and Orangedale announce Mr. Rudeen Is a IBM graduate this meeting. Fashions son, Eva Thomas, June Van
munity Action programs for her home. the engagement and approaching of Forrest High School in AU members are urged to at All members of the club are i Gundy, Anita Womack Jessie
two years but I believe It marriage of their Jacksonville and also attended tend. h I responsible for one $1 ticket I Christmas, Betty Haglund.; Helena .
Is the Mr. and Mrs Berwick Anderson i Allen Ethel hater
community's moral responsibility daughter, Joyce Ann, to St. Johns River Junior College You may call Mrs Charles Minnie
to right this wrong have had as their guest Charles J. Rudeen, Jr., son of He is currently employed in MRS. ANNETTE BEBER McBride 314-9631 for your advance Davis, Gertrude Wllks, Dot
and In doing so I think the Mr. Anderson's sister Miss Mr. and Mrs Charles J.. Ru Jacksonville MeCALEB ticket. Public Is Invited. I Lowe, Mildred Peterson, Illia-:
entire economic and social atmosphere Katherine Anderson, of Pen- deco fir. of Jacksonville The wedding win take placeon Refreshments will be served beth LeMon Lois Craig, Lucille
of the area will be sacols Miss Sequl is a 1963 graduate May eighth in St. Agnes Services for Mrs Annette I Turner, Marie Cheaser Minnie
Bator McCaleb, daughter of Lou Clark, Ramona Jo
Improved. of St. Joseph Academy, Catholic Church, St. Augustine, I Onann.
Name Withheld SHOP at IIOMK: First I and attended St. Johns River with a reception following at Mr. and Mrs O L. Baber, of MRS LUCILLE IIOLTZMAN I Mabel Laaley, Margaret Miller
Junior College Palatka. She I. the Art Center. Green Cove, were held In In- Services for Mrs Lucille Evelyn Cella Crowl, and Jennie Marcy
nil. La, last week Holtsman, 46 years bid of
List iwClay County Property -itb- A native of Green Cove, she t ; Orangedale, were held last
MAKE:
CROSBY
died u a result of Injuries suffered Saturday at Ward Creek Community
Frank W. Brown when she was thrown Church Mrs. Holtsman. Services for Make Crosby, of
from a horse at China Grove T who died last Wednesday at Russell, were held Monday in
And Associate plantation, Lettaworth La., the Clay Memorial Hospital, was the Russell Baptist Church,
59 i+uiiTCLEANERS I home of her husband, Lt. Col a member of the church and with the Rev. Jack Hall off Ida.
RegSrteresl steal Mats rater Alfred F. McCaleb Jr., who Is WICKS PARKENGAGEMENT I I also of the Orange Blossom tins Mr. Crosby, 68 years old.
IMS CA Baton IT Osage rat on duty with the UJS Marine I Garden Club and the Orange- died Sunday In Clay Memorial
..... ... .... ANNOUNCED
Corps In Japan. She was living dale Home Demonstration Club Hospital.
!I? NOW AVAILABLE. BUSINESS PROPERTY there with her five children Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Wicks, She leaves her husband, Wal He was a retired employe of
IN feet freatsge ea C. 8.' Highway IT : Nancy, Lyric Ann Belle, of Green Cove Springs, announce ter HolUman; a son, John the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad .
Alfred Jr., and Kenneth. the engagement of their I Keith HolUman. and a sister, Co.
(Jut Nertk ., Green Can Sprlagt>)> It* N. Ora... AveflM GREEN COVE SPRINGS
She also leaves a slater, Mri daughter, Susan K., to Hermit Mrs. Dixie Welsbroed. He leaves his widow, Mrs.
Shirley Bodner, and four brothers D. Park son of Mr. and Honorary pall bearers were; Fannie Crosby; a stepson, Emmett : -
---- -.-- Lewis I Bernard Kramerick: Douglas Studebaker! ; a brother
-- : O. L. Baber, Jr, Richard Mrs Scott Park of Rich
Saber Donald Baber and Fran- mond Virginia Veal Jr., C L. Smith, Charles George Crosby, of Brunswick
cal/ W, Baber. Miss Wicks, s graduate of Adams. O*.; and four grandchildren.Pall .
Burial was In the cemeteryof Clay High school, class of 1983, Pall bearers wen I Earl Weld- bearers were: R. E. Lee,
St Stephens Episcopal! Is working for the Virginia Life man, Philip Puhl 1\obel1 Hartley W, R. Lee, Frank Fountain W,
Church, Innls, La. Insurance Company In Rich C. L. Snare, Oscar Velgel- E.: Strickland T. O. Durrsnre
mond. Va. Mrs Park Is attending man and 8 C. McLaln. and Eugene: Davis
the Richmond Professional Burial was In Ward Creek Burial was In Russell ceme
Attend CHURCH NOTICES institute A June wedding Is cemetery Helm Funeral Home ten,. Helm Funeral Home was
I planned. wash charge of arrangements In charge of arrangements
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
SOCIETY

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CHURCH SERVICESAt ; GREEN COVE: SPRINGS B We're celebrating because we have the liveliest, fieriest lineup of 'cars In

FLORIDA the business waiting for you to turn i key-the 1965 Comets.: 10 models
Mirth II. 1918akjeetl ill priced right And all tough All powerful All beautiful
REALITY
B We're celebrating because this month is the date of Comet's 5th birthday.

SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH And this car has gone i long way in those years. We've j just t completed the best

4 li Mites'' feel ef Green Ceve year in Comet history. Now we're out to top itt!Want a popular car? That's Comet)
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Hwy. 17 B We're celebrating' because the 1965 Comet showed its championship per.

lit! AJM. Ssirfay kneel formance by roaring 16,000 miles, 'from the bottom to the top of' the world-
IliN AJf. Preachlag. Hew from Cape Horn to Fairbanks Alaska-in 40 days and nights of' driving A 'free
The Church of Your Choice TlM ,.JI. Evening Eervlce
Visitors. Weao... 16 page full color booklet about this run is waiting your Mercury dealer's.We're .

Special Eves B celebrating because specially equipped 1964 Comet, after traveling .
GOSPEL SING 100,000 miles at Daytona went' on''to 'complete another 130,000 stop. ,'

Mark II, isle *.. 7.M: pjn.Gespelelres and.go miles cross country -more than the distance to the moon.'And this

This Snday Qaartot Comet's hardy engine Is still running; strong without single" major repair, r


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(Wag!( County Crescent!! The Casualty, Count.... by jerry M. CU' : Goodness and Seventy, 11,,t' .Life Boy Scout News1

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"W"AT II SOOD PM ,CUT II ,C00 FOR' TRI tAxecusr. '. ByDB.

DUNCAN eOLDTHWAITI GROWER-EDITOR AND PUBLISHER . . : GEORGE,, P. HOWARD By DAYTON WILSON

ELIZABETH LEONARD GRON" .. IECRJTAILY e10w.leLe' \ I' Sucr"IC Au'&. Scoutmaster.
accident to' bring some good
eul1Alt
PueusNio Evm THUMOAT BT Cmtcivr PAw hie:. iJ
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P. 0. lOX 1716IIN eII into your 111,1""We Voices filled with the cheer- course are ten rest stations. At

COVI .8KIN4I. HONDA Fm t' know that in everything ful enthusiasm of :young boys each station the boys will be
TIUPHONI GC8 Z84-316B rti ff' r Ood works for good with those confusion amid chaos, and required to demonstrate one of
liceiii CLAM PotTMl PAI ii AT ..im Ceel .PI...... PIOWM'' who love Him." (Rom. 8.28): frustrated leaden on the verge their scouting skills These

SUBSCRIPTION RATES t( \ I { Can we still believe that Left of a nervous breakdown skills will range from field
ONE) YEAR 111 ADVANCE .,.... $00 6! 'ale communication to first aid.
TWO YEARS IN ADVANCE I......... S0 !( The proceeding is a fore
. / Suppose God were trying to this The entire course will be
0. cast of what is to come
." . : .; ': remind us constantly of the week-end. The 1965 Hikeoreefor followed on compass bearings,
., .' ''value of eternal life by the uncertainties District of and the bearings must be followed
. .. ___, _.. '..I .. of our present human the Muskogee explicitly or' the group
Florida Council will
IntegrityEditor's ., the North
. life Could Imagine
: you a will go astray.
be held at Lake Hamilton this
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J' I :. better universe In which to The boys, :who will have
Is bri excerpt. from coming weekencLThe '
Note The following a
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teach this lesson We cannot eaten lunch on the trail, will
recently delivered Prime F. Osbora III, vice : boys of Troop 121 in
an address by \ : : : tell what another hour may return to camp between 4:00:

president. and general counsel of the. Atlantic Coast. Line .. .. .wreA...... Dr. Howard bring: what telegram or letter Oreen Cove Springs i are and 8:30: Saturday,.evening. ..to
Railroad Co. before a joint. session of the. ,general eonven- T'-... ,; II IJ'-I ,"' .... 'I smoothing out the final plansto y
arrive bringing
..N..... may news of prepare supper
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tlon of the. Protestant. Episcopal Church In the. V. S. A. We ,.:\ ,'. " I : '.. In Ralph Connor's. story death or illness "Change and attend. After supper the boys will
hope Mr. Osbora will not. think. we have done an Injustice "Sky Pilot," Owenn, whoa decay In all around I see" The boys will check in between where
; attend the campfire they
}' mother hid died lived with her 8:30: and 6.30: Friday
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length than ;
to
which greater
to his treat statement runs a : says the old hymn We seek will take part in the enter.
f ; father in the wilds of Canada. afternoon. After setting
we have space here to reproduce. This Is the. meat. of his t'. ) meaning and purpose and something up tainment and meet boys from
argument. and It. bean our consideration.) ,. ]. ..... // ))1 She roamed the country on stable in life and so the camp and getting settled in
c.------: \\ -- horseback, free and strong and their assigned area, the boys other troops.
On March 13, 1964, a 28-year old woman, Catherine ? ,.. happy. The circuit rider, known hymn continues: 0 Thou who .,will settle down for the night, The boys will return Sunday

Oenovese, came home to a respectable street In the section I 'l jjj 0. as the Sky Pilot, on one of hit changest not, abide with me." although as any Scout Leadercan afternoon, we hope, with a blue

of Queens, NYC, known as Kew Oardens. She had worked ,", 0 :::::::J--iiIJ.( .., : rare visits, tried to interest her teach Suppose us the Ood fact were of trying human to tell you, the boys never ribbon, which represents an
her street at 3 a.m. There are two in God "I settle The excellent score. They will talkabout
later and arrived on ..:: and religion. dont down the first night.
apartment buildings -; the rest of the street consists of ... .. : .- .. ... ..'......-.:....."7;, ......,...... _.."...., believe any of that aha said solidarity No' ,,man suffers first night out on any trip is it for days to come, while
one-family homes. Residents include Jews, Roman Catholics !1 'u j"" .. ',..J.w. ..."'! 1 .:' Give me the pains the moun- alone What concerns one, con usually sleepless or at ,least the leaden will stagger gratefully
.'Vf.Jiflir.rr i I Pte : QnCtd ., cerns all. We are thrown together to their beds to find
and Protestants. It is a middle-income district. / t4 o---; Wi. \ riM taint and a good horse partially for any leader.
\ ,' In the bundle of
life.
She parked her car and started walking to her death. f'II' ; I ,j One day her horse fell and Bright and early Saturday strength for the next time:
Tnrelur s.,." Serere'I: t L' r s When Ohandl declared
'hi. .' a boycott It sound as If all this
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She saw a man lurking near the parking lot. Miss Oen- crippled her spine. She never morning, the boys will turn out may
ovese walked toward a Police call box. The man pursuedher rode again On hit next visit against the importationof and prepare breakfast. The Is a trial for the leaders which

and stabbed her. She started screaming, "Oh, my God I Driver Irror' causes. 1)5) % of all highway accidents. the sky Pilot found her in bed. British manufactured cotton leaden will also turn out, may they find distasteful, but it.

Please help met Please help me I" Somebody threw open a ) ho was bitter with anger at goods, 120,000 men lost their be not so bright eyed as their is not so. Speaking as a scout

window and a man called out, "Leave that' girl alone!I" her accident, and full of hate. jobs In the cotton! mills of Man- charges, but turned out any leader myself I can truthfully

Other lights went on, other windows were opened. The ActA "You told me God loves me; chester. Great then is our responsibility say, although it may be a trial
attacker got into a car and drove away. The State Must but look what He has done to as members of the way.At nine o'clock the entire at tunes, we enjoy' It.

The attacker drove back, got out and searched for me. I hate him. If he loved me human family troop will embark on a six

Miss Oenovese In back of the apartment building where she ( WJXT Editorial!) He would never have let this Suppose God prizes character mile hike, led by Assistant ATTENTION PARENTS! De-

had crawled for safety. Again, she screamed for help, again A possibility\ appears to exist that the long-sought Cross- happen to me." 'Tell me," answered above Strong all character human qualities Scoutmaster Larry Oroner, who you have a son between the.
lights came on and windows were opened. He stabbed herD Florida Barge Canal still could dry up before it is ever the Sky Pilot; "whichdo comes from recently completed the Hiking
wise moral decisions. Do of It and II who ta In
ages
again and drove away. filled with water, This disturbing danger signal comes at you like best: the prarle you: Training Course at the North
The first attack cam at 3:15: o'clock. The first call to a time when the canal enjoys the most favored status with or the canyons?" She answered not think that the stress and Florida Training Session. lerested la se utlog. U so. call

the Police came at 3:50: o'clock. Police said they arrived Congress it has ever had and when major construction on "The canyons." "Why?" "Be trials placed upon us are admirably Along the prescribed six mile Dayton Wilson at Z84-IJM.
fitted to'
within 2 minutes of the call Miss Oenovese was dead . various parts of the canal project Is a reality. cause in the deep cool shadows produce just
that: a sterling character
38 persons heard' her scream. 38 persons saw her stabbed. The possibility of a slowdown or stoppage in canal of the canyons," said the girl ,
This world is not a favorable
Not one of them came to her rescue. development also coincides with a time when Duval County "beautiful flowers grow that
place in which to make for
When asked why they did not, one woman said: "I which would be the eastern terminus for barge traf- cannot grow out In the hot, a Helm
tune. Most people fail at that.
didn't want my husband to get involved." One nian said, fic is sorely in need of the kind of economic stimulus! dusty plain. Then the minister But
it is fitted for hammeringout
"I was tired; I went back to bed. Another said, "I don't the canal could provide. told her how the canyons had character.
We belong to
know. The problem seems to be that the Canal Authority is been formed by cataclysmsthat
the Future to
Home
Eternity we belong Funeral
That situation is, in my opinion, the field of Mutual without sufficient right-of-way along the canal route and had ripped and torn open :
to the human family\ and
Responsibility. without the money with which to buy it. and there are only those great rents. It looked as
Before we can really begin to approach the unbelieveably two ways out of the dilemma: either the state buys the if those scars would be so we ter belong whose to wise the Supreme Pot. ; j rzi CHARLES HELM

tremendous task of discharging our duty to mission, it necessary land or the counties through which the canal much useless land. But into fingers shape

seems to me that we must state at home. That means that route lies must buy it. Without sufficient right-of-way, of those very rents the little seeds our them human will.ends" "rough N hew Funeral Director
as we
:you and I must accept this responsibility and prayerfullyand course, canal construction must eventually stop. were blown by the winds And

consciously try to discharge it. I believe mutual responsibility A move evidently will be made when the Legislature in the sheltered, moist corners 1'. I : Phone 284-9696

must begin with me. convenes next month to get the state to bear part or all of they were able to throw out Say You Read It in .
Is there any doubt but that violence is abroad In our the cost of right'of-way with an appropriation from the their rootlets and grow. "Is it GREEN COVE: SPRINGS, FLORIDA

land today general fund. The likely alternative would be a bond Issue not possible. said the Sky Pi. TUB CHKSCKNT; Hwy 18 EABT P. O. BOX 448
Is there any doubt but that discord and discontent program spread among the six counties straddling the canal lot, "that Ood is using your

abound today route, which means that populous Duval County would be
I Is there doubt that confusion and unhappiness are asked to bear a proportionately! heavy share of the load L

prevalent today amounting to several million'dollar There is justification,'

One need only refer to the dally newspaper to be con however, for asking the state to share this financing responsibility

vinced. \ Inasmuch ss the economic benefits of the canal
Crimes of violence are increasing at alarming rates; not will spread far beyond the borders of the six counties along
just in numbers, but In the incidence. The most brutal ones its path. Make Your Dream HouseA

are experiencing the greatest Increase. Whatever the financing options may be, Florida and
I II) Juvenile delinquency is growing and is not restricted to Duval County should not permit the lack of rlght-of-way

the "bad" homes. Your children and mine or their counterparts to slow down or curtail construction of the barge canal. The

I are the delinquents. appropriations battle in Congress is tedious enough without
I don't know how loneliness is measured, but I am additional roadblocks

convinced that this, too, is becoming more and more pre Now that construction crews are In the. field an enlightened Reality
valent. public should bend Its efforts to assure that the -

Disturbance can be measured. Our first admission to crews stay there.Setters,

mental hospitals has Increased over one-third in the last

decade. Furthermore, in 1963, we Americans, abounding

In prosperity, spent over 150,000,000 for tranquilizers. These ta th* gftttor
increases cannot be attributable in whole to better diagnosis .

nor changed treatment methods either.
These examples could go on and on. They evidence, To The Crescent: homes equals juvenile trouble"'

among other things, changing concepts.We I have followed with a great and letter to editor last week). r ,

no longer admire honesty. To say a man's wordis deal of interest your recent It Is not just "out to the

his bond is to be called "square." And even that is articles concerning the problem dairies" that this problem existsit

indicative. The word "square" was a good one in years of poverty in this area can be seen, If one is willing .

gone by. A man got a square meal or he made a square (The weed-smoking eight-year- to look, In practically all

deal, but now it is a term of derision. old In Potllkker Mar. 4; Le- areas of the county. I'm afraid
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Integrity all facets of our lives Is on the decline, Blanc's "Poverty plus, broken that most of the Oreen Cove .
Loans For New Homes For
people are blind to the degenerate or

1 conditions that. a 1 large

The Most Important Part of Our Service percentage in simply of because the populationlive to changethe Home Improvements :.

situation would not. put. a yr

1 Is Free. single dollar directly Into any. ;: FHA Title
! Absolutely one's pocket and It even may ; '-. I

take some outMost .. o.

: Discussion. Information, fiugpestions. All Free. people who will face the .
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I When we talk with our customers we base our f judgments on extensive I problem squarely will agree it t
Is a complex that These loans can be graced to any properly ornrr Kilo is planning to
research; what we know about the earnings and dividend records; the one will not -
progroM In sales and development of America's mot promising com- be solved In a few weeks or ' build or wants lo improve Heir present home after 1' .

panic, big and small old and new even a few years; and one that qualifying throuak' FHA Standards .
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can't be solved by a Juvenile
1( Peirhaps you have never owned stuck but would like to begin Investing.If counselor
the churches
eo, you probably have a number.of questions you would want answered or
any other group unless the entire .
4 Just. ak us. And If you think It takes a lot .of money to become a part community becomes concerned ,

' owner of American business we can tell you how you can begin with modst about all of its citizen .

" amounts. Op.ning'an account with us is a very simple matter. Becaus h '
It cannot be solved ,i Telephones) t
t Why,DOt call on us and see if the most important part'of our service over night, does not justify the \ I ''e' .,
( males sense to you? ,Inaction of the community
Ii 2843650'y, 284-3999:! 284-3051
There has been a great deal 1 ,
, of publicity and some controversy

over a propoeed Job Corps ,. .' orCongress -

.. -- training Center In the are but '
I have not heard single word : IJ, 4-9583
EH ''T regarding the dozens of other 'A"
f'f't .
c'
:: programs of the "War on Pov Umber FDW .
erty" which could benefit Green "

Cove Springs and Clay County.
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t What about the work-training

program which provides full or
I part-time work for youths, III- .

;i (720/I/J &c (f1(): or 20,return enabling to them school.to stay In L. BANK of GREEN COVE SPRINGS*


.'. cfvJlm'nlXYI.il: J lias anyone: Investigated the QUEEN COVE SPRINGS, :7LOBIDA. ;

possibility of a Community Ac- -. '.
.LJ.. ..//.1- tion Program which provides
GCfJ"J.J.JI'J.0.. Florida National Bank BUg. <1.J.-LL.U,. financial support for local anti- nneus' ..ee tea

., 1''T ( FU' TeL EL '-IZlt
!A.-I./ poverty campaigns projects
.rI-t-A.J TAg Covnty't Oldest and Largest SankQUay
Joseph A.Mathews J&mf'lD.Holmea.m may Include remedial reading, I'

Michael Darby Alfred B. Davis
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FOUNDER'S CIRCLE: ROARING TWENTIES lLU'OODlCHOOL, HELD
Green Cove Socials I I CABAan'IATt7ltDAY
ctv Seventeen member of the Clay County Homemakers attended -
i i z Founder Circle of the Green AT VJA.It's a Fish and Seafood]

Mr. and Mrs. Loel Judy have her guests' last week her daughter Con Sprints Garden Club mt r the "Roaring TwentiesCabarot" School Wednesday morning,
as their house guest, Mrs. Ju and son-in-law, Mr. and M last Thursday March 17, at I at the V.Lon Saturday March 10th, at the Clay County ..
dy's mother Mrs. Nora Stover 'Mrs. Wallace B. Smiley and the home of Mrs. R. L. Kled- evening March 21, at I t' v Extension Auditorium The
of Lima, Ohio. Mrs Stover will their son :Bruce of Daytona ilk at one o'clock., I, o'clock sponsored by the Oreen school was conducted by Mrs.
Mrs. J. K. CarsweU and Mrs Cove Springs Y. I. A. Woman's Margaret R. Nelson
Home
stay until the first of May. Beach. This week she has asher .' -
I A, D. Duck co-hostesses.
were Demonstration Agent and Mrs.
guests for a few day Mr Club.George
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mooreof ( and Mrs. Warren Flshell of Mrs. M. B. Argo president. Turner will, act as Sandra R. Hammock, Assistant
Remington, Indiana left on Rochester N. Y. and Mr. and conducted the meeting. Mrs. master of ceremonies for entertainment Home Demonstration Agent.
Monday after spending, a week Mrs. William Vickers of Dan. F:' Carl Dumbauld, program chair. by some of the famous Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Hammock
a* the guests of their brother vllle, N. Y. man Introduced Mrs Charles talent now residing In : prepared a number of
and sister-in-law, Adm. and ,, Miller, a member of the Found the Green Cove area. seafood dishes with special emphasis
Mrs. Chauncey Moore. Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Sohm er's Circle who read a paper A ja* Pianist will play a r on variety of cooking
and their daughter Lily Jean, "Through the Years with the medley of songs of the twenties methods and types of seafood
Gary Clark spent the week spent the week-end In Cameron frt Founders Circle" which was a as you sing along with her. Dishes were
end with his family Mr. and 8. C., visiting their son and history enjoyed by all, since There will be a strolling guitarist flounder mullet prepared using
shrimp, crab
Mrs Edgar T. Clark. Gary .la daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. this Is the 20th anniversary of from Indian Town, South and tuna fish. These
the founding! of the Oreen Cove Dakota, and four Charleston were
a student at Florida State Uni Howard Sohm. cooked using methods such
versity. I- -i iM Springs Garden Club and the Contest Winners from HighPoint as
baking, oven frying, casserole
II I Miss Catherine Anderson, 12th anniversary of the Club's N. C. You will hear the IRISH RAKERENGAGEMENT and skillet marls
Joel Padgett returned to Daytona -, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Berwick t division Into Circles. Tamous Four Heney'i sing and ANNOUNCED The many ways In which
Beach on Monday after Anderson .Is home for the Two new members were re play for you and there Is a fresh and prepared fish and
spending the weekend with Easter vacation from St. Oene- ceived. They are Mrs Josephine "Blues Singer" from California. Mr. and Mrs.. W. C. Irish seaffoods may be purchased
his mother Mrs Alice Padgett. I vleve-of-the-Plnes. AshevUle. Banta and Mrs. I* E. Btnns Also on the program will be Hibernia Route Oreen Cove was discussed as well as methods
She has as her guest Miss Be Quests present at this meeting appearances by Miss Clay Springs announce the engagement of selecting. Suggestionswere
Mrs. J.: E. CarsweU bad as Womble, a classmate, of Winston were Mrs. Morris P. Moore County, Becky Campbell, of of their daughter Barbara given for "do's and don'ts'.
; Salem, N. C. of Remington Indiana Mrs. C. Mlddleburg, and Miss Clay E., to David L. Baker, son when preparing seafood .
L. Cogblll and Mrs. Gordon High Dianne Reveler: of Mr. and Mrs Lots T Baker, by various

LETTERS TO EDITOR Charles Noble son of Mr. Craig. If you are In the mood for of Forest Park, Georgia The The methods.recipe sheets used with
and Mrs. Ddridge E. Noble, fun and would like to enjoy I wedding' will take place on the I the school are available to the
r (Continued from Page 2) spent the weekend with his an evening of gaiety, come to fourth of June at the home of public, and be obtained
may
GREEN COVE OE8: by
literacy instruction, homemaker parents. H* .Is a student at MEETING TONIGHT the VJ.A, this Saturday night I' the bride calling or writing the County

services health services, recreational Peabody Teachers College, Extension Office.
services and others. Nashville, Tenn. The Oreen Cove Springs Or- O. p, FASHION Those attending the school
What about the Adult Basic Announced der of Eastern Star Chapter SHOW APRIL .1 were: Mesdames Shirley Yar-
Education program. Theae area Mrs Pansy Quigley has bad Engagement No. 43, WiU hold their regular Iea I The Orange Park Woman's brought. Melaa Halnes, Amber
her daughter, Mrs. Allene meeting tonight at S
few of the possibilities Of o'clock Club will hold their annual Muter Sue Harrington. NtckieRlpley.
course It will cost the local Emerson, of Neptune N. J., asher at the Masonic Hall. Thelma Spangler Bar.
I Mr. and Mrs Donald J. Seoul Is employed by the Agricultural Fashion Show AprU 1 at 10:00: ,
community something, the I guest for the last three The station of Ada and all i I bara Tubbs, Mae. Durrance
I 8r.. Cordova Street, 8t Augustine Extension office In St. at the civic auditorium. Jean ,
weeks Mrs. Emerson plans to past Ada's will be honored at
Federal Government will pay I Augustine.Mr. Jowers will present Spring Lillian Smith Carolyn Ounder-
,
up to 80% of the cost of Community -I leave this week to return to and Orangedale announce Rudeen .U a IBM graduate this meeting.All I Fashions. son, Eva Thomas, June Van
Action programs for her home. the engagement and approaching of Forrest High School In members are urged to at All members of the club are Gundy, Anita Womack Jessie
two yean but I believe it marriage of their Jacksonville and also attended tend. I responsible for one II ticket. Christmas, Betty Haglund. Helena
.Is the community's moral responsibility Mr. and Mrs. Berwick Anderson Allen, Ethel fisher Minnie
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daughter, Joyce Ann, to St. Johns River Junior College You may call Mrs Charles
to right this wrong have had u their guest Charles J. Rudeen Jr. son of He .ls currently employed) In MRS ANNETTE BEBER McBrlde 294-9938 for your advance Davis Gertrude Wiles, Dot
and In doing so I think the Mr. Anderson's slater Miss Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Ru Jacksonville.The MeCALEB ticket Public Is Invited. Lowe Mildred Peterson, Elisabeth .
entire economic and social atmosphere Katherine Anderson of Pen- deen, ST.. of Jacksonville wedding will take placeon Refreshments will be served LaMon. Lois Craig Lucille
of the area will be sacola. Miss Seoul ls a 1><3 graduate May eighth In St. Agnes Services for Mrs. Annette L Turner, Maria Cheater, Minnie
Improved. Bator McCaleb, daughter of Lou Clark Ramona Jo Onann,
of St. Joseph Academy Catholic Church, St. Augustine, : I
Name Withheld SHOP at HOMK: First and attended St. Johns River with a reception following at Mr. and Mrs O L. Saber of MRS LUCILLE IIOLTZMAN Mabel Uslejr, Margaret Miller
Junior College Palatka. She the Art Center. Oreen Cove, were held In In- Services for Mrs. Lucille Evelyn Cella Crowl, and Jennie Many.
nil, La., last week.A Holtsman, 46 years bid, of
List iwQay County Property ".itb- native of Green Cove, she ''i 1"'. .. '. ,' Orangedale' were held last
dlVd as a result of Injuries suffered ,.ij' hz81! Saturday at Ward Creek Community MAKE CROSBY
Frank 'W. Brown when she was thrown .i1: h'. Church Mrs. Holtaman. Services for Make Crosby, of
from a horse at China who died last Wednesday at Ruaaell, were held Monday In

And Associates) plantation, UtUworth, oroY'I' Clay Memorial Hospital, was the Russell Baptist Church
59 i1tLYCLEANERSI I home of her husband a member of the church and with the Rev. Jack Hall officia
BegMerel Seal Ms* feels* Alfred F. McCaleb. Jr., who la'' WICKS PARKENGAGEMENT I oleo of the Orange Blossom ling Mr, Crosby, 68 years old,
IMA CJ. Hgfcway 11 Grasp.... on duty with the US. Marine Garden Club and the Oran,.- died Sunday In Clay Memorial
Plea ........ Corps In Japan. She was living ANNOUNCEDMr. dale Home Demonstration Club. Hospital.

I:? NOW AVAILABLE:, BUSINESS PROPERTY there with her five children and Mrs Lloyd Wicks, She loaves her husband Walter I He was a retired employs of
4N feet 'reata,. ._ V. L Highway IT : Nancy Lyric Ann, Belle, of Green Cove Springs, announce I Holtsman; a son, John the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Alfred, Jr, and Kenneth the engagement of their Keith Holtsman, and a sister, Co.
tint( North ., Green Ore Sswfegs' ) It* N. On... Avene GREEN COVE SPRINGSAttend
She also leaves a slater, Mrs daughter, Susan K., to Kermlt Mrs' Dixie WeUbroed He leaves his widow, Mrs.
Shirley Bodner and four brothers D. Park, son of Mr and Honorary pall bearers were: Fannie Crosby; a stepson Em-
-. - - : O. L. Dater Jr., Richard Mrs Scott! Lewis Park of Richmond Bernard Kramerick, Douglas' mett Studebaker; brother,
Baber Donald Baber and ?rae- Virginia Veal, Jr., C. L. Smith, Charles George Crosby, of Brunswick,
els:W, Baber. .Miss Wicks, a graduate of Adams Oa.,' and four grandchildren.Pall .
,. Burial was In the cemetery' Clay High school,'class of 108, Pall bearers were: Earl Weld- bearers were: R. E. Lee
of St. Stephens Episcopal ls working for the Virginia Life man, Philip Puhl, Robert Hartley W R. tee, Frank Fountain W.
Church, Inns La. Insurance Company In Rich C. L. Snare, Oscar Velgel- E. Strickland T. O. Durrance
mood Va. Mrs. Park Is attendIng man and 0 C. McLaln. and Eugene Davis
the Richmond Professional Burial was In Ward Creek Burial was In Russell cemetery.
CHURCH NOTICES Institute. A June wedding Is cemetery Helm Funeral Home Helm Funeral Home was
planned. was In charge of arrangements. In charge of arrangements.
CHRISTIAN IfIENCESOCIETY .


: J\\ Cer. E. II...... Ik A Come to Comet's celebration!.

N. Magnet Aft,

CHURCH SERVICES GREEN COVE SPRINGIFLORIDA I We're celebrating because we have the liveliest, fieriest lineup of(cars ,In,

the business waiting (for you to turn I key-the 1965 Comets. 10 models,
March II. INS all priced right And all tough. All powerful All beautiful,
Subject I REALITY
I We're celebrating because this month Is the date of Comet's 5th birthday

At SHILOM BAPTIST Cllt'RCII And this car has gone a long way In those years We've just completed the best

lit" Mile. Seertk ef Green. Ceve year in Comet history, Now we're out to top if! Want a popular earl That's Comet!

Hwy. 11ItU We're celebrating" because the 1965 Comet showed its championship per.

: AJM. le4er ftrhe.lIliM formance by roaring 16,000 miles, from the bottom to the top of the world-
AJM. "... ...., Hew1M
from Cape Horn to Fairbanks Alaska-in 40 days and nights of driving A free
ML Evening EmkeVMUre :
The Church of Your Choice -
We... 16 page, full color booklet about this run is waiting at your Mercury dealer's

eeelal Event S We're celebrating because a specially equipped 1964 Comet after traveling .

OOSPEL SING 100,000 miles at Daytona went on to complete another 130,000 stop- ,t

March SI, liM ,a. TiN ,... and.go miles cross'country-more than the distance to the moon.'And this

This Sindiy G_ CItuatWI Comet's hardy engine Is still running strong without Single' major repair,

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1 ,' ', e package. Ash .us for details
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Green Cove Springs Yam Company ..... } .tt J. P. Revels Ford Co.

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SELECTED LIST OF NEW,BOOKS,AT THE DEMOLAY ST. JOHNS ACTIVITIES CHAPTER Burlington Industries M t V 0ll .::1. t".

CLAY, COUNT PUBLIC LIBRARY "
:uIFletlont / t DURING DEMOLAY WEEK w .
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Contributes $5 Million J
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: St. Johns Chapter, Order of .

1. "Covenant With Death" by :Stephen Becker ('Among DeMolay took part In DeMolay

top ten beat tellers) Week with the following activities To Profit, Sharing Plan ..1,
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2. The First : 1/'.
Thunder" by Vlan Smith '
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3. "Dally and Sunday" by Richard Powell Monday: They attended Ca- (Continued from Page 1) butlons and the balance from ': .
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4. "One Year In Autumn" by Kathleen Kranlda bul Lodge A. F. M. L H. Williams according to Charles A. Mc- growth In the trust fund set up .. /' ', \..1 ".7.q .
S. "Andromedo Breakthrough" by ,Fred. Hoyle, (3clence worshipful master, pre Lendon, Burlington vice"presi I In connection with the plan. : ,;,. .n
Fiction) dent of personnel Fund earnings and net IncreaseIn -:.0 : J
sented Master Councilor, George '
... Swanson, with a certificate Burlington's contribution to value of fund Investments In .:w :{ THANK! : YOU CITIZENS .,,: ", ...
Non-Fiction Of General Interest: as the outstanding DeMolay of the plan was equivalent to 10 1964 amounted to more than r ', :" .4 iofIi'"
the Master Councilor per cent of the company's 1964 $530,000. ". :"1\, ; of "'J "
year. ,
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1. "Management in the Home" by Lillian Oilbreth George Swanson presented De earnings after taxes. Total valuation Wage employes of Burlington ', \ '
2. !;"Your Investment by Leo'Barnes Molay Advisory Board certificates of the plan, established are eligible to participate in the ,>' GREEN COVE SPRINGS ,
3. "Abominable Snowmen" by Ivan In 1963, Is ::
Sanderson and cards to I. H. Williams now approximately profit sharing plan after three 'f'
4. "Art Treasures for America (The Kress Collection) worshipful master and $10 million This represents continuous years service with .. Your expression of confidence in the "'

5. "Scientific American Book of. Projects., for.the Amateur Frank Morea, past worshipful $9,5 million in company contri- the company. \ '
Scientist" by C. L Stong master 1- March 2nd Democratic Primary is'

8. "It's ,Your Community" by Henry Raymore (How-to ..
guide to civic development and beautification) Tuesday: There was an orIentation i School Committee greatly appreciated. I solicit your continued

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.aMMNMMIIINM"MIMIMN"MXWMMMYNMM ........ ,. ..... of new members and I active support in the May 4th
j p ? .?.pwM"p. "...........M M completion of plans for the
I week. Seeks More Funds 1 1I General Election.

Wednesday: At$others and '
Leaves 153 Descendents' Guests Night, there was a talk I John Hellmuth, of Orange I The committee agreed to : .
by H B. Kolsom on the merits Park, was unanimously appoint send to Rep. Huntley a copy of Again may I say THANK YOU.
Services for I children; 87 great grand children and purposes of I DeMolay. | ed acting vice president of the I I I .po. .
I Mrs Ibby Baldwin and seven great great Brother Ray C. Parks of Alex Citizens School Committee, all I I the proposed Duval Countybill Respectfully \. '..
a resident grandchildren a meeting In Oreen Cove last I to earmark unco'iunltted
I andria, Va, Lodge No. 22, '
of Oreen Cove Surviving are four daugh. showed colored slides of the week. J race track funds' permanentlyto F. WARWICK KENNEY
for fourteen I ten: Mrs Mary Yates.tof Oreen George Washington Masonic In the absence of President schools, and urge him to
years, who leaves Cove; Mrs Ethel Arwood, of Memorial In Alexandria, Mrs. Davis Brown and Vice President support a similar bill for Clay

153 direct I Mavisvllle, Va; Mrs Bertha Fletcher and Mrs. Thomas attended Al Custer, Hellmuth conducted County. I
descendants, were held last I Sandy, of Rlchwood, W. Va; this meeting the meeting He called School Superintendent Jesse ; ,,.C"
week In Orundy, Va. She died and Mrs Pearl Simmons, of'' on James Lytle for a report P. Tynes, Jr., spoke on the ....
I at the age of 89 at Clay Memorial Akron,' 0.: and three sons: Thursday In charge: Kelley of the Chapmanwas visitationto concerning State Representative progress of his committee which

Hospital I Squire Baldwin, of Oreen Cove: the Rainbow No. Louis Huntley'a plan to Is preparing a report on what
I A native of Orundy, she was and Paris and Nathan Baldwin, 77 Invitation Assembly propose to the State Legislaturea is required for "Quality Education -
and
an was Issued
the mother of 13 children, both of Lemaster, Va law limiting classes In the In Clay Count,."
the assembly for theDeMolaj
to.
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o j even of whom survived Additionally Helm Funeral Home was In first three grades to 20 pupils Lytle urged that a representative
she left 52 grand- ] charge of arrangements. dance on Friday evening per teacher. be sent to the Keystone

The committee approved un- Heights P-TA to encouragemore
ATTENTION Friday: A DeMolay: Dance interest In the School
TEENAGERS! CARD OF THANKS animously the formation of asubcommittee
was held at the V. ,I. A. from Committee. I 1.11II11''II"IIIIIIIII8IIII.I., ,,, .; IIIIIIIIIII [i.'III"II HI PI.mlmlmi'Ul1lllul, I Jlmn OO"
The V.FW. and V. .W. Auxiliary We wish to thank our friends 7 o'clock until mldnlaht. There to plan possible i '''''' ' :"" ",.,,.,___,,

will hold a dance this and neighbors for their kind were about 130 young people fund raising for any legal action -
Friday, March 26th, at the expressions of sympathy during present A disc jockey from that might be necessaryto
V ".W. Post 1988, Improve the quality of public
on
Orange
the death of loved
our one, WPJ3.Q. was present to "Spin
Avenue In Oreen Cove Springs. Make Crosby, and for the How- the Discs education In Clay Count :"
Music will be by J. H. Boulware, speaking for
Danny
and era and food. Also a deep appreciation Sunday: The chapter attended -
His Fabulous Playmates Admission to the doctors and the Orange Park Lutheran the Clay County Education Association ,.. J .... ._. : .1.._ - .. .. ..,:.. '
will be : reported an enabling .r. T
50c-stag and
staff of Clay Memorial Hospital
Church In the morning In the
75c-drag It Is hoped that We are grateful act is being presented to the '.,f. "'j'I
evening they attended the Institution -
agora In Clay County Teen-j Fannie Crosby, wife of anew DeMolay Legislature to aow" county
tend this dance. Emmett A Mary Studebaker Chapter at Orange Park teachers to participate In group

r.m"..."...",...".......".................. J Insurance plans.Representatives.
"uulllnlulluIllIllIlIlIlIlIllIUIllUIlUUIIllIllIIUIIIIIIIII! !]| !! ! !! ! !! IllIlIlIlIllUIII1IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!! ! IIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIImllllmIlUIIIIIUIllIllIllIlIUllllll, IIIIIUUIIIII -; ,of the Com


pctCE ustto i iai before mittee the have County already Commissioners appeared I If you thinkI're seeing

I to ask that all unpledged
I race track funds be
given temporarily
the vc J to the public schools I
Also, committee members planto more and more Plymouth Furyson

QueensportNow talk to all the commissioners,
fi\ individually concerning these
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( Stereo Listening Costs Less Than Ever o funds NOTE. OF THANKS the *road.. you're right..


We wish to express our heart.
Solid state power felt appreciation to all our
pack amplifier: for in- many friends for the prayers,
slant sound floral gifts', messages and con-

matlo. G-E changer 4-ipeod 9-inch auto- dolences received following the This is the
turntable fur dependable tragic accident of our daughter hottest-selling
sound reproduc and sister, Annette Baber ,
tion McCaleb God bless each and

ayitem.. Balanced Two full speaker range every one of you. in '

8' aptakera The BABER Family Fury history.Here's 0 j
Inetry.. Fine Unladed c bMahogany. 1 . .9 Al,,, :: I IK ,

grain finish on wood DAVISMERCHANTS' I'I:' 1. '. '; : I
veneered hardboard PATROL ;,' -
mixes fenhiincps distortion beauty.., mini. DETECTIVE AGENCY : ':A, ;

MODEL N0. AC7000
Watchman A Guard Service

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QUALITY STEREO REPRODUCTION. . : .
\ "All Jobs Reasonable"

COMPACT FURNITURE STYLING. -Phone-184-1713- Fury for '65 is the biggest, plushest Plymouth ever.. ,I '

NEW LOW PRICE . -- but still solidly in the low-price class. . tI"
I JQQQ5GREEN P.' O. Box 114 Big on the outside, It* wheelbase is a whopping 119 Inch*. ? H . .
Green Core .,riD... Fla. '
Big on the Inside, plenty of headroom, legroom and '"* ;J i s f -.. :.11 ..
And ......or : .
hlproom. new curved-glass tide windows add to Fury's q ,
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contemporary styling. The plush part Is the beautiful f .;'% ., :
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CLAYTHEATRI interior. There's rich upholstery to compliment the exterior ."0 .v.,;1. .

finish, wall-to-wall nylon carpeting and a smart, .. . ,
readable Instrument No \
panel. wonder you're seeing more

Greta Cow Syrian and more Plymouth Fury on the road.
If you want more good
". ., Monday tiara Friday reasons for buying Fury, r
Bo*" Of(lee Opens fill P.M.
see your Plymouth Dealer
GREEN COVE SPRINGS ORANGE PARK Complete Feature As Late
He dri '.'
Phone 184-4044 Phone M4I5I5Thot'i As IM ..M. rca out too.

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Starring Jrrry Lewis :
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I j All Types of Backhoe and Front-End: Leader Work The Rala Mat Fall"
Starring Sieve McQu* aLee
J Ditch Digging Tree and Stump Removal Fill Dirt Hailing sad Grading Rskk 0.. Murray

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AMASON'S' SEPTIC TANK SERVICE "BOY Mar.TEN 31. Apr.FEET: I TALL"SUkriag *. S CLAYTON REVELS CHRYSIER-FLYMODTII, INC.

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-. LBQAL: HOTtca; o o EJPOAa. HOTtCB' ) LB.AI> Honca .. o LBvAt NOTICES


BUYER'S' LBQAL NOTICBIN RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE ASSIGNMENT OF (Cf) As to those children referred to'in paragraph "c" of
S GUIDE ,TUB cmcvrr CVT: or
I I CLAV COuNTY/ ra.oaluA PUPILS IN THE CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS FOR THE: Section 2 herelnabove the foregoing procedures shall apply

In CHANCKRr SCHOOL YEAR 1N3-UU year-to-year In the same manner. provided for first, second e

HAZEL A. luaCATEL.t'talahft Section I Prefereaoea Pupil' Mig...... Pint Sexed and and third graders In the year 1995.

... flied! Gtadeas* I I (g) For school years subsequent to the 1985-1986 term the

AIR CONDITIONING BEVERAGES REAL ESTATE ROB HT A. MU*-. .TJU.ixiendantNOTICB : . ,C.I> Every child eligible to enter vaA Intending to enS* School Board shall DO later than February 1 of each calendar

or ever the first through the twelfth trade In public echooU of Clay year adopt a resolution setting out the procedures dates of

MILBERGER THE: STATE or II'LQRlnA-TOI County at the beginning of tbIll1S -l8" school year hJl have notices, etc for the election of preference and assignment of

PAUL'S TWIN REALTY ROBERT'H: North A. MUilCATBLUI Main dtr..t: the right to enroll In the school nearest his residence wherein pupils as provided for the school year term 1969-1968 of this

Lamb.rtvlll. N.w J.ra.rTOO members of his race art numerically predominant baaed upon Section 4.

REFRIGERATION Hilda T. Neth that ARE a cult Mk.KCBV....: bn NOTIFIED flltd I the attendance for \be'acbooI real 18M-1JM. Sectiea S Objections to Assignment by Saperintendentl

AO Legal Beverages Reefer. aitaln.t.. roll In the above .ntltl.d. i (Ib) Every child eligible to enter and Intending to enter (C.) A parent or guardian of a pupil dissatisfied with the
oaui and you ar hereby roe
SERVICE aulr.d to ace?. upon plant Iff'I the first, second and third grades In the public school of Clay assignment mad by the Superintendent may, not later than
6 RENTAL ft SALES attorney who** nan* and ad. the Ulft-UM school year but' who school in
OpeaSA.IS.te1A.DL dr... appear hered, four written County at the beginning of July 15th of any year file writing with the Board of
Air ...lt"'I.*r. R.htpr.tlu LOTS' d.f.n.w. It any to lbs bill does not exercise the option provided In paragraph "a" above Public Instruction of Clay County objections thereto or may
I
...... ....... ft Acau.GIif of complaint I. .aid .ulU eopr
I for admission to the echoolneal'll' his residence.c by petition In assignment transfer to
I 8. Palmetto Street of which la d.llvr to you may apply request writing or a
Dnval County line .eetdeaUel. c-.ew hrr.wlth.. nullH.r.l. on or before April II.AD ( ) Each year beginning, with the school year 1988-U87 designated school Unless a hearing Is requested or unless the
Home bone U4-97S9
North of Orange Park btetetelServing ln all not er d. r*. roeoivf. every child with regard to one additional! higher grade beginning Board deems a hearing necessary, the Board shall act upon

Badness Phone 114-9511 Greater, day ClaIr you .for..o the will. relief t>. entered prayed against In the with the fourth trade shall have the options above provided the sane. within a reasonable time stating Its conclusions. If

APPLIANCESTV BOATS Net ry FaMtoPHONR bill of romnlalnt.TUB . in paragraphs "." and "b" hearing Is requested, or if a hearing Is deemed necessary by
NATURE or iAID SUIT
BEING: FOR DIVORCE (d) The options provided in paragraphs "a" and "boO above the Board ,the parent or guardian will be given st least

APPLIANCE WITNESS my: heed and the. hall likewise apply to pupils entering the public school system ten days' notice of the time and place of the hearing. The
said Court at Or. a
SERVICEWe Offtre U4SU1BeeM r"I.II: .., Florida this I In Clay County for the. first time. the Board of the request or of the determination by the Board

Repair All Brands INLET MARINA U4-S9SS (Court 4th Ural'day)of March: A I>. ..(.. Section S __. Optional Assignment by Superintendent hearing will be begun within twenty (20) days of receipt by

Servicing Clay County Orange Are. 8. at Bar SUGM Clerk niCOROK Circuit L. CAntTSLR.Court I \lC.< ) In order to utilize existing school space to the best advantage that a hearing U necessary.. Failure of parents or guardian to

ror Sixteen Tears MERCURY OUTBOARDS Osve Spring Byi Vivian H. Bohm a child may be assigned to or transferred from one appear at the hearing will be deemed. a withdrawal of the
I Dvnuty Clerk. school to another provided such assignment or transfer is not application

Orange Park Ph. 364.9541FULLERTON'S MERCRCISER .SERVICE I JENNINCW Attorney for* NORTON Plaintiff I based on race color or national origin of any Individual. (Ibl) Any hearing provided in the paragraph next herein

BOATS TRAILERS UPHOLSTERY Urn AddrM.t Cove PO.Pprln BOB IT i,! ""rld.. (b) In making assignment of pupils who have exercised the above may be conducted by the full Board; by a majority of the

l-ll. II. II. ... I options provided in paragraph "a" and "b* of Section 2 above members of the Board; by one member of the Board designatedby

24 N. Orange Ave. : OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP A ro Z UPHOLSTERY I NOTIOt Ol I1TVJWTIO1 ToREOIaTEII in the event that the granting of such preferences shall result a majority of the Board to conduct such hearing: or by an

Green Ceve I.... SM4944ACCOGNTTNO Hwy. 11 Orange Park : : ricTiTioia NAMBNatlr in the overcrowding of any classroom the pupils shall be assigned examiner designated and appointed by the Board to conduct.

hone SM-IU5 I 111 Magaent Avenue I the und.r.linod* I. hereby under. given th. pro.that \ to such school In the order of nearness of their residence such hearing.e .

Greea Cove Sprint vl.kn. 0' chapter 11...,, Law to said school and the remaining pupils having exercised said ( ) If the hearing is not conducted: by the ..ntlre'Board
of Florida Act. of I.IT. will
; INSURANCE I Phone 2S4-S7S4 register with tbs Clark of the options of preference shall be assigned br the Superintendentto or by a majority of the members of the Board the person or

I REED ACCOUNTINGAND FURNITURE Circuit Court la and for Clay other schools.Sectlea persons conducting the hearing shall report the evidence and
County, HI*!. ., Florida, upon
I CANVAS WORK : receipt of woof of publication of 4 Preeedare fer Election of Preference! conclusions reached by such person or persons to the Board
this nolle, the Fktttclou.. name gal In IMS the following which report the Board will the parents
FRANK WMI OTTO BOAT! TOPS A CUSHIONSSLIPCOVERS : of AOaiETl PASTRY SHOP HIT Superintendent, by a publication beginning notify or
TAX SERVICE MADE: Highway IT, Orange Park, FlaBlndi during the last eighteen (U) days of March and running guardlsn of its decision within twenty (JO) days after its

Uale Kenney Owner Special Agent I New Furniture I Rt.00.No.Pr.l I. Bn, IIlntrlachn once each week for two ((2) consecutive weeks In a newspaper receipt of such report. Likewise If the hearing ls conducted by


Tel IHmlPersonaliU'd Complete Insarenee avenge notice to the parents and guardians of children who are expecting the Board shall advise, the parents or guardian of the

Services I C. A. ntTIDIELDon" 1111 TEE CINCIIT' co< ar OFCLAr to attend the first second and third grides the succeeding action taken within twenty (20) days after such hearing.!
LOT FIRI" AUTO FI.OMIUA
COtNTT.
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IiAccounting In CHANCERTNn. school year advising them of their right of election (d) The decision of the Board shall be final provided

& Tax HOMEOWNERS ('....I\.C as set out in subsections "a" and "b" of Section 2 above however that nothing herein contained shall be construed to
MORTGAGE LOANS I JOHN EDWARD Bl'aHEB
Returns Plaintiff (b) In addition to the newspaper publication provided for deprive any person dissatisfied with the final decision of the
Take Lass
rev HOSPITALIZATION CANDACE".. TRANCES BU8HKK:, in paragraph "a'' above, the Superintendent shall no later Board of the right to appeal to the State Board of Education. ,

Business Firms & Fheaei Green Cove 4-SS4S When You Can del The Best! I PfndantNOTICB than April 1, 1965, notify by mall the parents of aU pupils enrolled si provided by law.

IndividualsAntttM Jacksonville 13S-U9S I THE STATE ur or FLUHIDA HIT -To! In the publlo schools of the county at the time of the Settle 6 Pupil AaaIa...... Grades 4-Ui

BAXLEY TRIM SHOP Candai ltealdence Fr.V.II.."...1111.. ..., adoption of this. resolution of the options privileges and Intentof (a) For the school year 1949-1966 all children in grades

IM FsnltaraCAREY'S MLR DELIVERY YOU Alia HkltEBT: NOTIFIKU this resolution, for the assignment Of pupils to particular four through twelve are hereby assigned and shall attend the

IdlewtU aid West Its. that a call .ha. ba (114 schools' such letters to be mailed to their address .of record as school In which they were enrolled or to the school to which
against Coil t. the above .n
ann Ova SprliiftPbeae titled reuse and you ar. hereby taken from the, various school files.c they would normally be promoted. A notice of such assignmentshall

FLORIDA TRADERS W.D.Morris, 254.3553UPHOLSTERY attorney required whcae to acres name upon and plaintiff addre ( ) On any regular school day between April 1 and May be transmitted to the parent or legal guardian of each

Ores Om tartan Iterate appear hron your written d.f.n.a. .- 3, 1965, every child shall enroll or apply, as the case may be, child no later than July 1st.

II E. Fabaer. SU 'M. IStlSMAamaes DblrtbaUf plaint.In If Bald any,suit to the ropy bill of.(which corn- pursuant to subsections ".," "b" and "o" of Section 2 above (111 A parent or guardian dissatisfied with the assignment

S. Aveaa II. llvrrd to you herewith c* at the school so elected when accompanied by legal of child to school
Oimase (Can A Furniture) / .r before April l,. A.I'. lt... a parent or a a as provided In subparagraph "a"
TL IIWIOr"ncrf' All Jersey Milk H.ri n fall not or decre. prpecntro.o guardian and shall complete end turn In to the principal and/ of this. section may appeal to the Superintendent for reviewof

Park 22 Team Experienceif for the will relief 4>e entered prated. *In aln.Tyou th.bill or any other head of such school and his designee or deslgnees, the assignment. Such parent or guardian may have a further

...lag Reed 'Tel ......, Per TIIK of c WIII..t..... lAID.U17 such uniformed standard form M shall be furnished for that right of appeal from the ruling of the Superintendent to the

Rl'bon\'ilI Free Eatlmatee Riel N'I Fi>lt IUVOIICE.VMTNKMH 1 :. purpose. Board of Public Instruction for review In the manner as provided

Blending A CeHtai ... HOME DELIVERY ..al of mid. Court my hand at then and Cove the The completed forms forthwith shill be transmitted by In Section S, subetictlons "a", 1>", "0'. and "d" above.fI.Uon .

TeL 771-994: Pick-Vp A Delivery XnHna., rlnrlda. . this Illh day or the principal of the school to the Superintendent of Publlo Instruction 7 High Reboot Currlcaltim Preference i

i WE TRADE IN ANYTHINOOP CALL 164-949 or 114-1146 Week Our*..... Man(>. A.: U. 111.11KOHOIC I.. rAR.IHI.B. of Clay County, Florida. (I.) Any pupil, grades 9 through 12, who has been assigned

VALUE ? (SEAL) tlerk Vivian Circuit),. ("''o.hon.HHi (id The Superintendent prior to May 3. 11115, conducta to a particular school under the foregoing provisions of this

I>*puiy Clerk "pro-school enrollment program" in each of the schools In resolution may apply\ I for trsnsfr to another high school in the
J.nalna; A NnrtonAtlarn.y the county and shall by means of sll available news media announce .
for 1'/.1""" county which offers a particular curriculum which Is not offered
Addr*>i: P. II hog 171 the, dales, tine and place for/ parents to enroll their .in the high school to which such pupil has been assigned with.

orate Cove Uprlnit.11.| .Florida It. 41. I children 'In the first grade of a particular school. At such time out regard to race, color or national I origin.b .

I CLASSIFIED ADSWANTED A1151MT1U5555T roll aiua the parent of a child entering the first grade of a particular ( ) An application for transfer by a pupil from one high

.. M.a4*"l iiropuaal Will be 1'.- school shall be advised of the options privileges and Intent of school to another as provided In paragraph (a) hereof. shallbe
...h... *y ... hoard of Puhll this resolution and shall be supplied with the appropriate form
le.rvclloa of Clay; Cuuaty. submitted to the Superintendent who shall by personal
u,... rove: ...1'1..., "larida. fur for electing the options as provided In paragraph "0" above. Interview, examination of the'student's cumulative record and
uraiaaia- all malarial. and labor TO BIT FOR SALE Mahegaay Admiral fur la* wa.irwalirn of Addilio 1s designatedand any other appropriate means, grant or deny the request for
Caneote. SI" TV ream FOR RENT: to William k;. Cherry= Uemeniarr authorised by the Board of Publle Instruction: to act upon transfer
Will to 111." school l. uranie Park, floriua.dewriited applications for initial ....I.nm.1and
pay ap .r repalrabl player led ,..... Abe' S 0... In the tpoclfUiallon oloald shall not later than (e) The rejection by the Superintendent of any applicationfor
upright. .. I win FOR RENTS 4t-fC tkedraaattnlkr July 1, "S, notify In writing the
piano projetl. All ".01. are to be parent or legal guardian
tee Pkrfe tier end ........ Allfir ....r..d to tho Hoard of P.bheI.Nruelio. .. ss transfer from one high school to another as In this. section
ab. recwndiUeii r.mr pia.. fryea. IIH.M cash. M Urge M err Hlwar of Clay County. shown on the"application the name and location of the school provided may be brought before the Board for review by the
F.r .... .__.& er I.'...- ZI496JI.I4lp 17 aear Black Ore*. TekpheaeGCS U,... 1.e. .prl.... lorlda. All to which such pupil. ls. assigned.LEUAL. I .
bid mast hi la lh* of the u. I parent or legal guardian of the applicant upon written application
matloa phone s. wrIU T. W.MeCleDa. II4-I7M after I ,.. later : '
Hoard n* taaa PMThuredar. filed within fifteen Hit days after receipt of notice of
.. 241 S. lit* Si April I. loll al which NOTICBIV : NOTE or APPRECIATIONTo :
Busrxus OPPORTUMTIEI time "ro|>....* will be publlomlljfopened . .:...... such rejection. The procedure for review of such applicationfor

Palette Florida.. Phone Gal FOR RENT ...... anfaraaaedl I. lark. proposal mall be anoompanied or
I-MM. .. II. II, II-, law ...... usseat by a ...,..... chockparebl 4MA,*< b.at, Cove Springs 1- Pleape -.", "b", "0" and "d* above.
uncondKluaally lo th.rhwrd ... M-1a-4J accept my heartfelt thanks for
ESTABLISHED TERRITORY Mack .... with garage. ThreeBdtea of Publw In.trucilvn .f FltANrm II. 'IAN.IIN: lll'AIUI "'U.. I Interim Assignments)
FOR SALE aertk ef Greeei Cevefaetag n., Ccaety. Ur... C.ea ..,1'1... Plaintiff your many cards sent to me :
(.) New pupils entering a school In the county after July
Florida, or a bidder bond run- while In
I Baptist Memorial
NOW pre near year Beaks.Castsabtre river. Artcalaa ..... aim In favor ., tb. Boa/4 of KF.NNK'TH a Hi'A nol I. IM or July let of any calendar year thereafter snail gee Assigned
RESTAURANT FOR LEASE Ii walling fer A... Nubile la.lructlon efCUr County. >er.....*' Hospital which brought me
targe, bcaaUfmlly Iaadwcape4M.
Florida.. ,. an amount wailIi 'ftirricM IF lilt by the Superintendent to a particular school taking Into
River View R.steam/. with *r ....... Writes Mrs. Ovtaa : Per late ..&.. ..... 1% *4 Ib. _.I.u" bid prto*. THE STATIC OF rUMtlUA-TOKenneth : many happy hours. Thanks for consideration available' facilities and teaching capacity of the
..u.o.. ..tel. I Mite aertk Uve Oik.nertaa. I ,In ..... a propoaal I* net M. 0. Muard.lleeldence your prays which our heavenly
O. Re 146
Sweat P.
Orera Ceve U4-SS4S.
.."..... or If a proposal I le ao..eoled Uaknwn.TUU seversl schools within the county subject however to the
Ole at Black Creek M VA. : ..11 I I'". II. II. U-. aad a *.........<.lon ..r... AltM II.K:IIKIir: MOTIFIEIIthat Father heard and answered.
mess I* *.....1.. and a ..u.. a **H ha* been filed .......t Thank you for all of these. options provided In Section 2, "a" and "b" above and provided!
.
IT. T'.. .. 114-tllt.
GCI 1-- factory ........,.,'. bund la fur you In the above entitled. ..UM such assignment .b not based o* race color or nations! origin
ntahed by the eu aa.ful .bidder and you are ......, required" I. May God bless each and everyone
Ib* check or bidder boad willbe are ..... plaintiff' attorney of SeeUen 9 Resealgnnieat er Transfer .. Peptli
FOR .
RENTS .. .
FOR SALE: II" Ck Tr.W 2. rein ,.,"' ... In each .la.l.nc* who.* ...* and ....,... appear you.
deer Belie la raaalafca Weekly er ......., rate. reaswasbta. wlihla. p.clad' ol thirty 111 ....... roar written def.nea, Sincerely, cal> The Superintendent may reassign or transfer from one
geed MOVE INTO A day thereafter !. lh* blddelfurn If ass I* lad bill ., eompUlnlIn Florence W Perlman school to another any child provided such reassignment
or
Rlvewiew . ,
.. .. IBailee
....*.. Tvt fUr. PriM IIUCMk. ..hlaa ..... said cull espy of which. II
I awrtk ef Oreea Con I. Th. ._'.1 b....' will delivered I* yu herewith. on *rbVor transfer 1s not based on race, color or national origin
Mar W sea at 411 Fir.Me I .. required lo eater I"'. a ..on.airucilon . A.HI ... "-n. IM..
Cb') Such
nmont transfer
St, GC8. Ml. tl NEW BRICK HOME Spring al Black Creek. 1-4... aireoniefil with the Herein fall last op Cs',.. pro CLASSIFIED ADSFOR reasslf or of a pupil by the Super-
Hoard of ....11. iMlruclloa olflar confeea will be entered again.It Irtendent may be brought before the Board of Public Instructionfor
READY FOR OCCUPANCY: teensy Florida In a penal o. for Ib* relief prayed In the RENTl !....'... bow review by the parent or legal guardian of such child
FOR SALE Taree ke rwaIMWM. FOR RENT I.... faralaW4eatlace .m of net l.ee than the mail. ill of complaint.TUB upon
I mum _..,." .,** prlreTh MATUMK OF Mil Ill" ? afaralebeel. wild. S large eetUoodl written application filed within fifteen III) days after receiptof
... Mwk weal f III k8ca '
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.. anlNul .
river. Far ( ,...* .. loser re *rvea th* FOR MVOIiriC.WITNFna
..L IM frmiUce eta BMMaeatare HIM ,. ,..*..t ell bid and I* my hand and Ike porch.. en IH.n.ay |7. notice of such reassignment or transfer of such pupil. The
3 BEDROOMS tie. pa... 314.3313-IHte wait minor IrreiulaMIM. >r .,. ...1 of .. Court at transfer shallbe
A..... "r 144 hit I rem where made Ibixuah ,load.vertanc '.1'1"/ ... Ft*r Ida, IM' Ifnd day or
deep .. West Street OVa .. *. .., ..ra "r.a. .' ".' of March A t>, IMI.rmmr MS that as .Is set out In Section /. subsections. "s", "b", "0" and
. ,., >K i. t' -
meat b* rorrerted o* Ik* A ItI..w:
Priced .... HAM dews Ehre 4Jekawa. I 1i 1 BATHS SEWING MACHINUl We have ...._.1 in wklcb they occur, Clerk of Circuit ('..orMr GENERAL CONTRACTING! "d" above.
........ ItS S.. I two IMI DUM...... rag Zantaal prior .. tb*niroct.*_*)lton which., may anyeonairiMlloa twenty I ".'U.r"KKWII'K 1. O. 0.,....,. a New CeaatraclUn .Hc*||*>a It Rpeelal er E.'U.n.IIc.......

Maca a OppMlU Tan MIB). DC KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS .... arvrr k*.a ..*.. b* awarded
TetrpkM SI4. iSS. u" PRIVILEGES They vets CIIrIe IuIa,...,.. I. Plane bo obtained.sad In epeclflrelkaemay ike ." .... oflh fer ANftEltlerAltee.y PlaintiffAddreee ', a '.1... . and ela.... such ss those for the physically hand

LAKE es... pie.... ... raMaawrv ttnarta. arebllM-L AIU.r::.. A f.AArrbilect .. .. a Driveways tsppod, the emotionally disturbed the brain damaged, the gifted
SIT Park !. |Mkennvlll PM Off Hal !.
FOR SAUl I..*.... .... We are aaakle to Mate .. Florida. opon a 4i>nll Orn Cov P"rln... Florida a Walkway and U.. mentally retarded shall be msde upon academic excel-

.. .ae rre.. net w.Ur heaUr.Drrp $12,150,00 this Yea earn aav* tk..etalac ... .returned, III .*. The opon. *. (Ik._* .return.. will i|| b... l-ll_ ,.4-1. S. II a Genital Trsclar MockLsndlwapliig. fence, phyilcal need, mental Capacity, or emotional condition

,"B. On highway It.ReateiMklr let the Islam af 117. plane and epMlflcallnne' .la food I.rAIILcall tI a lclng, Plw without regard to the. nearness to such school of the residence:

poked at fUM. J ; seek ernterah. will take atacvaarkJae conditionn.ATPI Nr'"?, Brl4nle I.iI Ike The tllr now af rejtl.lraivn Ket.lnno lUlc.le,b* ,k for I.nw .lag of such pupil and without regard to race, color or national.

('..... F... .,... .. pk*.. ,I.Gre ta .,... Cal COLLTCT Bll<*. 'wrfll'f"T1'f' oo a sad II to nereMwrv for for ""_.lUn" Call origin
Ore.n '". .(Kln... everyone ioaid the C'tir Iimlla
.. c... U4-S111. S-lllfc : rDA . JackMavlB El I-IMC I f T'*.. Jr. I* ro-re.lerr. The M...1. "putHulldlnc Itl-ltlt I CLAY COUNTY BOARD or PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
"in deliver .M itie.. erlnlendl. la own from 1 .* a '" ..
ae- G. W. eMITllTRLYTCO J. p. Trees, Jr. Supt. |-u, 39Ml44M
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A II. )II Mrril It Sale T..-.*r Skis ..!
FOR SALE It x l7-r*.4 UntImUw $400. 1.It. IS ...... .r...._. m..l ro.-fael .- -- - -
$69.84 --- -
With ...lIt.a. Mar sad .,a.. ,< P) .,; +tJ t ft**** * ********* M' ,1.I I't M r
or. Nrr,,,.. MrtaiXoTIlK < J / r):IMb.r :+++++. > HmitttMlltlt| |
Ak. ether ...<..1 :
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flr.hr.)1 ('lit
Math. Down I DO YOU *r club. er ..* Id
re.Jpo ak Ph... CCS IIIUK. rear that tee City r.mmiMl..n of lh* .era I
tailialiaa area ai...,T ..... riiy of rir n ('< KVrM L. AREA BUSINESS! DIRECTORY f
g5riaaa: :
will bald : .rt 1
I |M-M ar felt IIMf .......t 01*,.. ('11" Hall In eald f'--1 ... Try a assail Clarified Adi I......... .. . . . .. .. . l 4 4i'Iii'e+bi pi'e4+$+at.p.pirthwlrtRE
I OK 8 ALE I OM Wn. VA I ....., far a tlafle eWnatUa! .laniaaal.lk day of I o*April.rlwk INfrr PM Ike*nIke for ....., ......, "' .," I --TTT

b.u., I WU. 7S7 N. MafaliaArenac. Writ B.. M. CUr t:*.air ..,_ .f ..**....rt.. pea.... Per a Oo4 Prlnllug Job -- 2VII'LIEI Oll'It'E: IQCIFMENTAMERICAN:
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Far lalaraultoa taD CrrwraUL or an ordiniaar and .IM r _Bl wl...hl.ns r.Ilemreplete al ........... PrVce fall .-- - .- AIR
:I
W. p. IUM a ZIt.I'". $66.87 $50. c.._l* .llmite. of. o* d <"H' ... Tae CIa, CoxiMr Creecval the BASEt'RYItVRE: tO.:
.. rllwh We give you
Bribed ae fells. 1.4 I flaw' rnrnllur
\'T ICTIOH! ...., I
3-4.11.I.23.' I from M.' hfulllple r.
Month. D wa I .....11.... .-..fnre l, r.f P.m. best poeslble Job Carp.li.g "Iu.u. OFFICE IITPLT CO.
mftfUl ........... *e eald dw rvrtre on your prlnii/x (I...,.... Mom* r..rUhlng*
S 0* BALE -Mr 3-...,... Freely - private erla 5.5 *n 'end p .vld4)) far I.I MONEY? Our service will sans ......It nivdi.J Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner

he.es. 1H beck lane .... S frevp. Givca kr FrtackLa47. tk..>...niv lime seen..... ofdi ale *all'.*,ertle a4 al* please you, an>lour ............. EV ,.....
l ._ awl ,llle. .*. dun barn _..... pay off Specialists In
1Mb Call II4-MM.. In |* *
4Iew1I EWe Strwt TrfrphMM -
RU"fCORP .a opp."*n.., U .. bredI.r .....** Nl/a On. prices will be TRAIIJ'R
ZI&,5t1. 3.1.11.11. tap I (.... Lamas Ca_... JalaSi. Varllo J. M* r It omolkt pevmeot.trn. reajonabts Office Supplies and
..!.. tl .
T. Pay
MC
LA
Greta C. Spriaf Pacemakers" a/id llomette
v tM- lMere ...., Office Equipment
'oa SALE H... Trailer 4i' Coo ..-too ....o rdl] CALL VB FOR ALL Morris fer Travel

r I.! god ........ S WrMBM. *- PHONE_ '44ttllGECEX : Xe Wile Cltutifud Mi JACK SMITH PRINTED MATTER Used Trailers-Bafu Financing Complete Line of Greeting
WAXTtDj Cbaa Rath
Nub faa W std with COVE: SPEWCS rift. rire*. ... lee ...... firing mil Ilttvlli tV l'.ee.e..e...-.. ells t.eupale. cur COl-NTT CRESCENT Mlt R-.*.. BH4.irm Cards
. aaM.. i aw'tee MnniLE HOMES la..
f wharf .-c'I. Ria. Oar Cawatr Creereat. ....... nr Try one a.-
Fr baferauttoa p.... Creel :I I I I I U4-I1M. your rttllI rte.- 14I-J1M FT -W7I 2111." Park St, JackMovulsj

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II Clay High Track Team v CLAY HIGH NEWS {;! \ Honor. ; Roll .


The atudorJa Ustetf ttelimr act to.be commended for being
Faces SeasonBy
Rough named on'the Oar Hlgni. Hbnar: Ball for the fourth six
week repcrttM',period!:

PEGGL OUTLAWThe Lumpkln 3rd. Coached by Bob r David Ritter, Pat Towner. Jbfm Butter, Sharrle Barrie,
Clay High track team Funarl', the Blue Devils spark } Melba Bryan, Steve Burknoldfec Stadia Kolsom, Cheryl
last week defeated Bollei to led In the school's first track r Knowl&s. fluaasjr taBue*. Bttflss: Martin, Howard Maxwell,
the tune of 73-49. '
meet
victory. I
Billy >BOchsui!
Jay Goolsby racked up 21'4 The team's schedule for the _
points by taking firsts in the season is: March 29 "'"- Landon; r __ Also: Artie MnlforcR! Jbaume Swanson, Nancy Boivin.
100-yard dash, the 440, the April 2 P. K. Yonge; April }. Wendy Jensen*Pa1dey'Oeorge.Steve Jones,James William,
high jump and the broad JumP. 6 Bolles School; Apr1110 Carol; Rivers Betty Batton Carolyn Oarrard, Kay Malone,
Terry Carlisle placed first In I P. K. Yonge. Relays District Earttoe Miles,. jDlm->> McGee, Eddie Peeples, .Patricia Wells,
the low hurdles and second in i meet'with twelve teams competing r Ana WUllamsoevi,Gary VSn.\ ..
I
the discus throw. Ronnie Den : April 15 Dual meet
mark took first In the pole at p, K. Younge; April, 23 my t t
vault at 9' 8", Gerald Moody Conference track meet at P, K. '
and Steve Lowe placed first and Younge; May 1- Group track Clay High Senior
second respectively in the, mile meet (place to be announced).
Since Clay High does not
run.In the half-mile run, Peeplestook 1 have a track here all meets '
first, Denmark 2nd and I will be played away. ,Play, March 26

Crescent photos by John Oroner) Members of, the team' la
wJ. rtla(>aied the Durum;
. Goo ]B3 1 < 1bdIoao) I Pictured above are members of the Clay Hifh Track Sbotpnl are (l-r) Melvin L......... O y Kennedy;Tbomtac The SeniorOMpresents\ : the Lancaster; and Mrs., Fields.
Team. Kneeling (l-ri) p, Nichols, S. Jones K. Denmark, S. Gamblll' Terry Carlisle, Alb o.-A. "Big Blow-Up, three-act P gty Bailey
After Lowe, E. Peeples, J. Clifton. Standing) Jay Goofcby; Glenn comedy this FrMaK, aft, UwOretni
a decisive '-0 victory Orange Park games with a '
Bauer, Melvin Lnmpkln, Robert Montalvo, Gerald Moody, Cove Springs Junior GUN SPECIALIST
total of 25 strike-outs for both
Bollei
over at the
Bulldog
Thomas Gamblll, Coy Kennedy, Terry Carlisle, Allen Denmark High Auditorium The price: of SPEARS TODAY
home field, last Friday, the games and Coach Funari.r admission, la:' Students SSc. Ray K.Sullivan, a former inn
Blue Devils met the Orange Next Tuesday the Devils meet Adult*,- 750 i. structor for.the FBI, is to *
Park Raiders at Orange Park Sante Fe at Sante Fe. Members 4'ral++ try ?e's $if Pour suitcase.are the lead speak at Clay High today on
of the baseball team are: Ipg characters. 1m the play! "The History of Fire Anns." '
Tuesday.The Gary Allen, Pitcher; Michael They look so,much alike whentheir Sullivan will display and
first three innings were Bartholf, 2nd Base; Butch
owners, get them'mixed demonstrate guns of historical'
spent in pitching duel. Jones Bonds, Outfield; Donovan up, the result not aoly uproariously importance, all of which iare
led off the fourth Inning witha Bowles, Pitcher; David Burk- funny' but highly In good condition and are fine
triple which started the Devil halter, Catcher; Kelly Chap- ,,t I
e' exciting because lit one of the examples of the craftsman
rally. Singles by James, Heath, man, Outfield, Ronald Clevln- d Mitchell;; Sandra Fields. Janet ship of our forefathers.
Stump, and Bartholf followed ger, Catcher; Terry Fullerton, Parker;; Margofc Hlncklepuss: Last week, Edgar: Posted*0fV:
which brought in Clay High's II' Outfield; Ronald Heath Out suitcases t* a time bomb H. Adair Stylists, Jacksonville,
5 runs The Raiders came back field; William Hatchings, ShortStop '
better known
Member of the cut are: Ellen at Mr. Paul.
in the fifth Inning with 5 Michael James, Catcher
runs ;
Parkerj Pat, Vance: Beans visited the Home Economics
which deadlocked the game. I I Wilber Jones, 1st Base; Christopher r taker: *.Quy.J IIft:Terry King,,I classes at the high school.
The game ended after Outfield Richard Par- I
eight ,
; Bob Burke; Muggy Morris Eddie i He showed the girls tha cur
innings with a final run by rlsh, Outfield; Jon Stump, Out
< sk Taylor:? Cora Johnson. Ka- rent hair styles and the proper
Orange Park. George Tucker I I Tucker, Pitcher; I
field: George
thy; Kenney; Mellnda Hanks, way to set hair, and the cosmetic
pitched both the Bolles Wilson, 3rd Base.
and Dale
Elaine Carter; Katie Lee, Ellen trends for this year This
--- -- The teams distance mea are Wt t* right i Eddie. feeplfs. ,Janice Fletcher; Douglas Blake, I was demonstrated on ;one or
Ronnie Deamark, Steve Lowe, and Gerald Moody, Steve Lowe; Mr. Fields, Larry :two girls from each class.
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Tax Assessor's The Sprinters for the Clay High team are: (I-r) Jay BOWLING RESULTS Won Lost

Goolsby, Phil Nichols, and Steve Jones Standing) Ronnie Joters . . . . , (4 32 ,
Denmark, James Clinton, Robert Montalva
and Glenn
Untouchables .. . 91 35
Boner Kingfishers .r 00 30

Notice Champion . .. . 84 42 R w lYi mil. ..,1.
CAR RAWER TQ ,KVKAK TQ- $TVDESTjChuck ( ,Professors . . . . 43 H 52 Vi

Stevenson, Newport education Uraea or who are Driven . .. . . . 38 ft 57 H f
IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 19, CHAPTER 1, Beach, Calif, veteran of 18 Involved I In traffic as they 8-Balls . . . . . 32 84
COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, ACTS OF years of automobile racing and drive to and from school. Magnolia . . . . 31 65 f
1930, I WILL BE AT THE FOLLOWING NAMED PLACESON eight-time Mr. Stevenson will commenton Standings remain the same
an
competitor at the
THE DAYS AND DATES STATED HEREIN FOR controlled speed on the race as the top three teams each
THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING TAX RETURNS ON Indianapolis Motor Speedway, track as against its opposite won three Doc Turner rolleda
ALL REAL, PERSONAL AND TANGIBLE PERSONAL will speak to students of Clay on the highway and will show 232 single and 554 set and 1
PROPERTY I High at 1:30: o'clock next Wednesday a 15-mlnute color and sound Doran Yelton's 193, 548 helpedthe
I movie made at Indianapolis I Kingfishers win three from
MARCH FRIDAY Mr. Stevenson is one of a last May especially for his pro the DrIven. Bill Dunnavan
Pet. 4 10:00: to 10:15: Clay Hill Voting Place f team of eight drivers who have gram rolled a 219 single and high for Jacksonville i.de&4 '
Pet. 3 IOU to 11:00 Mtddleburg Voting Place presented the award winning Last May, the coveted Alfredp the Women was Mary Ever-
Champion Highway Safety Pro Sloan, Jr., award was pre ett's 190 single and 492 set On McDUFF North of BEAVER POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK I
Pet. 2 11:20: to 11:30: Doctors Inlet Civic '
Center
gram ot more than eight million sented to Champion Spark Plug Betty Brown rolled a 487.
Pet, It 11:15 to lt00: Meadowbrook Belalr Voting teenagers In the last 10 'Company of Toledo for developing -
Place years. and maintaining the
Pet. t 1:00: to 1:30: Orange Park City Hall I His subject, "Highway Safety program The National Safety
Is No Accident," Is one of great Council has recognized the
MARCH WEDNESDAY Importance and Interest to teen I presentation"three times with
I CHEVELLE Chevrolet
gers who are taking driver 1 its Public Service Afard.TKKNAGKHS by
Pet. 5 10.00: to 10:15: Klngsley Lake Voting Place

t0,, 0 10:45: to'11:00: Belmore Voting Place n

!j I Pct -11:1010 11:45: Keystone City Hall ; ;( of CLAY COUNTYdance No other car of its' size offers more

I Pet. 11 1:00: to 3:15: Penney Farms Voting Place I

\ \ Pet. 9 -J5> '< to 4,N -Vetlnf place
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THE 1965 TAX ASSESSMENT ROLL. ANY'' CHANGES sponsored byV.FW' separate body and frame units a 9-ttep acrylic lac".raIa
YOU WISH TO BE MADE FROM THE 1904 ASSES and V.F.W Auxiliary '
MENTS, PLEASE NOTIFY THIS OFFICE. Green Cove Springs .. a i battery-wing Delcotron generator ffuth-and-dry rocket panels

I RESPECTFULLY MARCH 26th 7:30 until midnight e a Jour-posllion Ignition twitch telf-adjuttlng friwftrc '
LOUISE G. SMITH Music by Danny and His Fabulous,Playmates '
Assesser of Taxes, Clay CaIn 50c Stag 75c Drag i' t a Full Coil upenthn system bonded brake UaiagtCAmff

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( the eleven features above give you a food idea Chetelle may seat like a big car but it handles
ILTERMEDIATE why more intermediate-size car buyers are thinklih a smaller car.
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TERM LOAN If you're looking for a vide power choice, ibu models. FOAm- ushlont'd' seats. 1asy: .to-read
ri Chevee'starts out with a standard t1jSVllrrllle instrument panel. The hole interior
120-hp Six, an ideal city performer looks like those in can costing far more.
up to After that you may order from a variety differenceruned Come on down to our showroom and
7 years: to repay of engines that turn it into an even take a drive soon Chetelfe begins to
You name your game,ping-pongorcheck* greater highway performer. ..., make even more sense after you've gone
Room? Large door openings Wide
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takes a lot out of )ou. That's when you trake your pratioa as pronto / Drive. something really/ new-disootxr the difference at your Chevrolet dealer' (

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and the soorce eI much! crime. effects heard' at our 'charth' Oriental Flavor For Chicken And Pineapple

M H C ,& 'P.enneyhlrms After theat g igeiwlbymn. services and other meetingsuch ,
the business session :'f.DlIo'fIed.nd as the annual Golden ARO1

was closedwith prayer by Wedding Celebration..hn1ln.
Repwteri BOM. HESSBRT D. MARS ..... nt-mi
; lira. Brown. Coons opened the evening program

The Hiyiiiuufl'BW1r ia'b d 'wW; provide'program for the aenrcttlora report session of this year, with the Hl-

Ls weekend guests! :Mb. Edna nett meetmff art May 17th. and the children who went to camp, The preacher at the .tl towing half hour organ recital:' l: ti

aggKh' 'JbII."Jme"HOI: J 5fBrtstol talned her sister Mrs. Prank o'clock worship .mtke pit"Pen- March from Die ZanberThite a E HOt,

Springs. N. T. Miss "Btherta.*Pottmecm, Va, three MrsCbarle ney Memorial trhurch. wt by Mozart. Choral -v: fleet Oegrusset -
O. Cole enter-
-we "'JiIra. 'Uerlgut'set days'recently. OJavfd Jesu Qutlg by BaxihPanlaay ..
I'R101 Sunday will >e TJt. Ja In The KitchenThe
tin
-atttcles, ,, and pamphlets.ttqwn1 . Stephen '1"o8ttt'IGnes Nylon
friend during theiratudentban on
; Thaeler Jr.
I ia In politics, for keeps
*t On TJnTversUywf: TtoI "Thrmon'th17' meeting of the The leader for the prayer by Diggle. Pastoral Calm growing group of greaseless
ana tturvaloon is back, with attrrn"that
I hester.Notes>llel','N,*1,-arid WCTU w..b.ld In the Lector meeting on Msrchlltt'rliU'beTb. by Parker Orand Processional ,atickleas cooking enthullaata
speaka for Itself"Dr include creative cooks who detest
[hey liavB '.kept'm'tocah: !! 'with Ttoonr on March 16th with. Mrs .Tttkett shows clearly that Rev A. W. DaVtes. I March from The Queen tat Bhe-I scouring pans, modernists withdb
Uch other ttutiRg'thercnsumg Marl' WUsen' a* the hostess. ba by Gounod.Mr. a seat for the
tors: 'hs'th.b.ncrof the Pram Jhproris panicky about any appreciateshe : 1 up-to-date,
teglslatlTe control and doea not We "Tn1 fine people who love
and Mn. George T.Hornbereer .
'
Mrs-TirR. Brown
dent
pre.'illtd. whit' the public to realise the pictures sad reporting' 'Ot.'Om': fried foods but
Ur ."D.:>>. DfnIrC'Uam1.) erfortatntepeaLPrtrBDlUon Golden Wedding CeMbration were made happy In the pasthave
111.tad s'e-tlaywlattaatkh'her A\ttIet'thrlltnl1nc of a hymn, printed In'he Clay 'Tounty last week by a visit from their had to resist
was the result of
arenta'Dr..sntI 3tra. O..J. 1". Mis M.,, OJRobbltu conducted two daughters. Mrs. Winifred for health ,
Crescent hut wat.'Mr.'Droner
50 years.of effort in spite of I reasons, and
Bush Dallas Texas., and Mn
,:'IIIartb' devottonrUsing the theme, the time and who's
powerful opposition. What was editor cave \ anyone
">* their Molts evil know : I Dorothy Williams of' Dayton
y ye known*r the "Volstead Law"went'itrto went to cTOiaartBte expense .. ever fried a eunny-slde-np egg
TVe Tp.B.&obrn-apert'last them! with 1 Scripture from Beach, PlcOiUEST and tiled to live up to the fulU
effect July 1. 1919. to make last -week's tOUton a lia.eJdt; Cftwtrt An'tilt.* that eolor illustrations In women's<
Lrek at flew "Smyrna?Xeachi Isaiah 11:1: and Matthew ':12. The -decade 1920-30 when pro banner one for the memorial A 'tn of jtnetpple chunks adds BiTorfnt accent U this party mainlines.' All sing the praises
i ith tttenUr anti'errmcrparlsh3ft. In repeating otof.:the 'Ookka blbWon..... the law of the Hone CDuniiuritty.; MHORESIDENT dltb. It's easy enough for a brand new bride to prepare. Made with of Teflon-coated
rttDto":
rartl :iln. (C. 'K.Barker. Role" the aAed if we are will- la called Due to lack lOt DIES chicken breaits. which are now readily available by the piece orparka. While l Teflon takes .
tend "The Roaring a an
Ingt to-sacrifice.-for our neigh- I space .., it also has a special accent of iuter.fienro with gleamed for revolutionizing America's
Twenttot.1* Dr. Plckett it Important part vl the Memorial services for Edgar '
I says -program tft'Chlnei* fried rice. frying, cooking and pot-washing
.
boo on th Cither tide of the was-a 'decade of prosperity and which required a lot fif time, Rice Wilson oldest resident _a choice of canned pineapple slices tbunks, tidbits and trained hablta, gentle nylon works quiet
The Ctaod CttlKiuhtp :3Laa- would, and atoned the thought I that '"compared to the story effort, and Skin to consummatewas Memorial Home Community, M well as Juice come in a great variety .f ran .1.... Keep a supply )IT in the wings doing Its part to I Iproml.
of 7mmor..l'snas'tlelcUoelr >otVovsforUthen" AD were I handy for using straight out o( the can or for interesting entrees,. help Teflon keep Its no-stick
ol Ofttiking under Repeal, the omitted lewflwf tneTepott were held last Friday la the ....
mednl in ftb.'LeaareCI reminded that'the fruit of toliwert Prohibition'"era looks better of the erasing, incomplete 'm Penney Memorial Church Mr aslads.and deiserU.iRIAIT Nylon spoons and'spatulas]
% tthelChurMoonJIou. it MamKBELTJCVERarahSLOIosed : I and iMtter." this respect those ref you Wilson who was 94 yean old .. OP CHICKIN. WITH PINIAPPLE \:\I II (usually) sold with Teflon cook

I' lII'aWw.KutIa USta/Ofee I IJWOTUU Ireuurer wWi prayer and tb. Vrs.TUser quoted the protest who want to keep a omplete was a retired YMCA secretary : beneleis' chltken breasts J4 ttatpeen jlnger' ware) have a soft soapy-Ilk

m Wee uOf offertory serrtcecfollowed. ot Mayor Harrison who record of this rear's rtlebraUon "He leaves his widow' Mn .r.tt 1 chunks(13/j,.Mnet) can plneasp'! texture delicate that Teflon will finish. scrape the

e.Yea hip IM1nabw the.el sal JII .rBro1nt Announced: thata aritd-W1vn.lt. was proposed that and did not receive copy Helen Wilson; a son,John Wilson 'I J'i-eup Flour ceoktng ell Nylon spatulas are heat re*

w to 43. musical treaanras in store* the saloons be closed: "If you of the prtaled program, -we of New Roads, X*.; two Flatten chicken breltsts with cleaver Of' flat Ue of large fcntfe.Sprinkle '.. alitant and will withstand I tem.peratures *
| Mr. lnn Shelttoa, "*ooi.tdw'.ot.2'iw.L'Qub: prsMnted 2injI'rederlck A* close the saloons, where win print herewith the recital .of stepsons, Dr. R. R. Van Kirk, with salt and flour) brown. lightly on both sides In. hot rarely up heated to 430 ever.The 400 skilltsare ,\(By
i drM.tno11n1 and Mrs. T. & ttevoliee go to find the criminals our organist Vrs. Ono B. of Oil City, Penna. and< Aostta all .In skillet Continue rk amerr..he Children ot Uebw Clemrr planM.The musicians ," move chicken from skillet and discard all but small amount ofdrippings lightweight and
Th.-8peak.r urged that Coons, who tar several 'years, Van Kirk, of Orlando; a stepdaughter Thurtul. are
selection ..Add: 1 tablespoon flour and linger to drippings I 1.lkU..t.'To . white In
BoptOnmrutnUl tfBorMJ played thre..lrugb aO zroentr secure the Plckettboak has been! a member Clf the Mrs. J. M. Robertas, syrup drained from pineapple add enough water. make *4 sup', color,and look They.fresh are and clean
the Mtktitfe at jgbls 'iff'mtfort ,which i thNlled.'thetr listeners :and read for themselves American CMM of Organists, now living In Korea: U grandchildren Stir into flour mixture in iklllet. Cook ever moderate beat, stirring sa milk pouring from a pitcher
d .& Jijejr .would ned WboxKaowtd tholr*ppreci tloaby the truth..that Prohibition was a national mode organteaUon.Mrs. and 18 great grand- until smooth. Return their .*. hnnks.! Simmer until Chicken is tender. 8nr with cooked ..rive.XakM Elam
ut MM As cover the coat, 'PP a grand: success from every Cams unknown to many Children. tore :tnr spatula an
camp tea far those y mpet- YrL:8..L. Ktoer then tare point nf slew In spite of the of our members, spends "hours Burial was in 011 City Helm I servings ..,_. r beau Blliacraft of Hol1rwood.Wisconsin Call.and

g.m in the garden contaaU for, a:mhwv>of :TbI.Trutb AboutProhibition" belief spread by the liquor In. of time regularly, In producing Funeral Home was In charge of -- Say You Rrad It In TUB: CHKSCKNT: fornla.
e boys and the sewing grouts! by CetU Picket,t I ternrta that It was a failure the wonderful organ mimic arrangement,, Since the unanimous accept
Ir the flrk. ,f' autbn.ct eeversWmoke, mags- I a nee of the spoons and spatulas,
--- -- ------------ kitchen
The Rev Mr. C. L. Sebrlver athe I .Pall, meetlnivwill be reBUD'S have other been nylon Introduced.The Items for the.

nylon egg heater) li tough,
BIG 3-DAY SALE. T urs..- Fri. Sat.V practically wear Militant and
will not break. Going a itep!
GATE STITWN! further the new tat beater will
not ruii| yet It will be sold for

17.tllch'IBIYISlIl V "'f QOpOn,0000000000QQ00 p0 : /;',', :: l teas Other than new metal nylon egg beaters items new

FREE o-3li sppesrtng on the counters include
a meat barter that I. shock
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MAHCII 25th.: 26th. 27th Qe ; Militant and )
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DRAWING APRIL 17th -16 P.M. '.i' 0 and nylon vegetable

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HEADS SHORTER COLLEGE The Shorter Student Assembly pected term of office. '

STUDENT ASSOCIATION U the legislative branch of I Other Floridians elected to Cost. of Parenthood NEW! A&P FROZEN I
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Phyllis Canov daughter of the Shorter Student Govern posts In the recent student balloting i FM airsWUTAITS"rVttTBOOY
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Canova of ment association The associa are Ann Henderson, De

Mlddleburg will represent the I I tion's constitution provides'for, Funiak Springs; Carol Chalhub In I The '::" ( 1BAKED FOODS
senior class of Shorter College the election of all upper class and Penny Yoakley, both'of County :\
Rome. Oa, in the Student Assembly '''I officer and board members In I West Palm Beach; and Marl \4'\\J\\; Unless you bake your own
|II iI''JJIII I i Ii; nothing can surpass AAP's new
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next year. the spring preceding the ex Lynn of Jacksonville (Special to The Crescent) portatlon costs attributable to I
ih11i frozen baked foods. Made of
I NEW "YORK,' Mar 30 the child ss well ss the many the fine ingredients you'd,user
I I What 11 the price tag on the Incidental expenses ranging yourself Baked with loving
from dolls to baseball bats and ;; '
average 18-year-old
youngster
y1 Yj care then frozen fresh from
in Clay County?, How much from lipsticks to bicycles. the oven to capture all the

-...... .- 'r'" have his parents spent over What has been the overall rich flavor for you. WhJ.not
J the years in the .process ,of amount spent on the 401 boys take home one of eachT You
and in Clay County who 0.1 ,
.. transforming him from a gurgling girls r THEM can. you know. Because their
r J, Infant to a young adult are reaching 18 this year?. : 132-PAGE' glorious. OTen-fresh flavor
Very few parents have any Based on the average expenditure lasts for months In your freezer'
idea of what the cost has been. per child locally, a grant I
II cJon't trade GIFT CATALOG (If you can keep them that
you They have never\ thought of total of $7,639,000. And that is' long!)
their children in\,terras of dollars before any consideration of TODAY I
and cents. college costs, for those who P AT Frozen All Butter Caramel
we've both '
with us, } Had they. paused;, along' the are going there.CHARLES 11.... rkg.AP .

line however, to tally up the
bill, they would have been frown Batter Creme AF Frozen Batter Creme PECAN ROILS 73fAP
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lost I! i C. STRlBLUNQ Iced 12-. Pkg. feed
ij staggered. The coat'of raising I
Fresco AU Batter
a child to age 18 runs 'Wei Charles C Strlbllng has been DEVILS FOOD 55 co.cAKE55t I=a' Pkg.
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into five figures. Fortunately, I named manufacturing manager

it is spread 'out over the 11 I of Burlington Throwing Co., Flue 4 Others To Choose From COFFEE CAKE 13c
years and is on a p )'- here, according to C. Douglas
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wrl "-" ." -v /T.w.- rr.1 r Blanchard president of' the "Super-Right" Smoked Short Shank Small
a. I, .. ,. .. . ."I / .. ,. ,. "/" .."?.".. .. &. .1.... ." go basis, I Burlington Industries division :
Economic studies into the
4 to GLb.Average. .
financial costs of parenthoodhave Stribling was in Oreen Cove
been made by the Department last week to confer with officials PICNIC I I 29

of Agriculture the New of Oreen Cove Yarn Co. LH.Italic .
Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. York 'Community Council and Formerly superintendent of "
others. the local Rainbow Weavers

I 430 Orange Avenue Green Cove Springs They show that there is a unit of Burlington's Hess, Gold "Super-Right" Western Beef ChuckROAST

\ Phone 2G4-9535: Phone 2843055Deluxe great divergence, from familyto smith A: Co. division he succeeds -
family, In how much is Clinton Clark who has la

spent. For the most part, Income resigned from Burlington 45' ( .
I +++++++++++++++++++'F+++++++++++++++++++toug +++++ is the determining fac- Throwing. LB.
In other appointments at

tor.Where net income per famly Burlington Throwing Allie B. "Super.Right" BoDe_ Shoulder Saper-Rlght"" Small Lean, Meaty .
BpNUSITd.i is between 19,000 and $7- Bell has been named quality
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O 000, as is the average in Clay control manager. He succeeds SWISS STEAK LB,79f SPARERIBS LB. 49t

County, the outlay per child Fred T. Pugh, who Is trans- .
Is approximately $19,100 to age teeing to the company's technical "Saper-RIf fat" Lean Beef Stew er Csp'n John's Frozen I-Lfc Pkgs.

sales and service department GROUND CHUCK LB. 69t FLOUNDER FILLETS
18.The 2-89t
JL:1a biggest part of it is for and will be working with

food. The figures/ show that a Claude Walker, who has been gaperRightBoneless Ancoo4 Fresh Sliced 1-Lb. rkg.
girl! consumes about $8,200 in the department for several

worth and that a boy will out years, CHUCK' ROAST LB,_ 69? 'BREAKFAST BACON 2-97*

eat her by at least 1500 over Mr. Strlbllng, a rraduate'ot

the period. Duke University, Joined Bur. A&P Fancy Albacore Solid, White c
This Is a cost that is dle- Ington Industries In 1950. Priorto

trlbuted over the 18 years. being named superintendentof 7-Oz.
1 Some costs, on the other hand, Rainbow In 19031 he served TUN Can 29c
must be handled as they arise, In administrative anh manufacturing -
I The Initial expenditures, for posts with several of ..
.I example, in connection with Burlington's. diversified opera- Coklstream PinkSALMON

the birth of th, child; Medical ions. He Is a native of Haber.

a e fees, hospital bills and baby ham, Oa Can 49c
equipment call for an outlayof Mr. Bell, a native of Roa- .

$650, on\average noke, Va., formerly was
Afterward In the course of Intendent of Oetwlck luper'l Lo Sueur Whole Kernel WhiteCORN '
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his 18 years, a boy will uu Co. In Asheboro, a unit
$2,400 worth of clothing anda lington Tricot Co. division of .
girl, $2,800 worth. Dental Burlington. He Joined Burlington 2' Cans 39c
and medical expenditures for I In 1932 and was named to I

the normal child are figured the position at Cetwlck Textile _

at about $1,000 in 1948
Ana Parker Delicious
Other items listed are the Stretch and textured yarns SO EXTRA PIAID

portion of housing and trans- for the hosiery, weaving and ? -' =farif LEMON PIE LEIS ,... Each 39t
knitted outerwear trades are Po l-lb f-cs tanBrunswick

. . I I produced at Burlington Throw- i Stow ? SH Ann Fag UM Brotvd or Extra M..M*
c. tkraJim. Maraa
) 1ee Ing's Hlllcrest plant In HighPoint M -
[FRE oglt and. the division's manufacturing ioieeia EGG NOODLES I-Lb. nr. 29f

operation in Oreen
I .. Cove Springs, Fla. Cbed-0-Bit America or Flsneato
50
Custom Designed gwa easwsratxl EXTRA IPUID CHEESE SPREAD 2 79t
.. Ora ,ar CARD OF THANKS o t; Lit. Loaf

THE BACK 'FORTY FOR BAli W. p, Ramsey, Sr, and his |Klear lie Marcal Pastel'or ">>
I RollAboutCart. ; Fish the apple orchard? Troll family wishes to express their | t :tm4 :< MirJM I

\ through Wiggins' pasture appreciation for the kindness, r re aw.wri rl TEA NAPKINS n,. of 71 10 1 Ot

f' Strange dlrtctloni. perhaps, sympathy and prayers during
I but when you learn the language their time of grief with the 5O EXTRI Jim Dandy Quick
: I/ he meaning Is quite clear. 'PIAID
Rtfennets to'.uc"' spate Itthe passing of our wife and mother, I '''G D ITS 9t
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I roiT"3 Til 14.1. Bol
A GLEAMING "old pump houa1' or "Spring Mattl Street Ramsey Ana Pa.. .
/ NICKEL CONYENE, Creek Ford" when all that can The RAMSEY Family Vanilla Extract Sle
NT I 1 A.tP Has A Fine SebcUon of
PLATING be seen li a bread expanse of t iMtMBMMl IkraMatJMIf
HANDLESWOOD deep water often bafTlta anglers' -ss--
t-FREEJ at man-mid labs To follow CARD OF THANKS EASTER CANDIES
hit local advice may require
1 xtraordlniry perception and We would like to thank our 5O EXTRA MAKE YOU.' SELECTION: EARLYI'
f sleuthing, plus a pinch' of good many friends for the flowers PIAID
SHELVING WITH M E luck, co"m.nt' Mercury out.oard cards and kind expressions! of FRESH
piecE Pk.
lUnalcn XooUl 11.41.
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WALNUT FINISH SHELF flihlng **
4 sag the
sympathy at the time of Dry Milk $Se
KING SIZE However, they add It you loss of our beloved mother t' .BwMl Ikm 1 '
tilt solve the rUldlts and find recOS FRUITS y
the suggested locations, rewards Addle Dudley. ,
TRAY TABLE 3" are at advortlied. Mrs. Janl CarruthersMrs. I. : :>"( -Z &

EASY ROLLCASTERS Then ire several ways to Evona Henry 'J
pinpoint former landmarks that -.. ----
I SERVING SET i '
hove aim' hoes Inundated: VEGS
.m'fffr"Frea"
The mOlt reliable It to per DOUBLE PROGRAM for QWa gala. Pke. .
". : suede a .former rwldtnt to .0 issue Tea /1.e= Large Ripe. Psvrto Rk*
: along. (-.S. a..d ran Mare
World Fam... 1
.. Second belt but still recommended .- =-1 .. PINEAPPLES 3-$1
: CHANNEL UHF-VHF 1 1 I I
ALL 82 per. Is to visit the local I
: tormenter Built-in Magic Mast VHF ourthouie In hopes of checking JOIE CHITWOOD Extra Fsnry.APPLES. Bid'D.Sd..
out an old county map. From It
Antenna System. UHF-Dipole antenna
you can determine the location AUTO THRILL SHOW PIAID LB
Sound Out Front. Cabinet 19c
Dt the spring branch, farmsteads r.rw r.yr. 11 S 1 1
High Impact Polystyrene in Cloud road and other Important .,Ilan. I la ('a..
... Grey and Saddle-Brown Colors, features that once dotted the. I Blackeye Pee. 247. Fmk, Large. TeaeVr. CallfomlaASPARAGUS
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19BP103AN. (This offer also applies ottomlanda, sa._ ear.eaCwr.O.Od ran w.rfd
i. ,to model''19BP104B) Tola Information should boranifmd ; I LB. 39<
to a current chart to
I.... that these alias caa' h* locttedn I large Crlsa. toefcorgLETTUCE .
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lower' forty. Ills data I. valuable ".. '
for seeking out taw tubing I STRAWBERRIES 3-89
$ 15995 pols.1' Old foundations, rocktllnt *
from tumbled dews build-
Into abandoned" uravol road, Nabisco 13-os. Assorted Colors Jumbo Detergent ILb Box
J ud ubltat orchards, are preferred flak VANILLA WAFERS .. SI* GALA TOWELS ,SI* FLCFFT -ALLT' *.
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, The seat time you gut such Diet Delight 1.LbFRCIT Morton's Frosra 41-oc Facial Soap Large
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I : GREEN COVE SPRINGS ORANGE PARK
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