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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: April 1, 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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11 FEE CENT VOTE teed low Interest loans to'college students. insurance companies: under the Kerr-Mills program. right of any state to apportion one house of Its legislatureon

In a wide-ranging presentation of foreign and domestic '' Qrants to develop new multi-purpose regional medical factors other than population" were approved by 69 per

(See Editorial Page 2)) policy! covering everything from Increased aid to the mentally complexes: expanded health services for children and needy cent of those voting. Twenty-four per cent of the voters

retarded (56 per cent were In favor, 29 against and 15 youth grants for community mental health centers 'grantsto were opposed to the idea and 17 per cent had no opinion.
The voters of this congressional: district . 5.800 of
85.000 had no opinion), the consensus would appear to be more expand rehabilitative services for the disabled, scholarships On the other hand, mort than 61 per cent were opposed
queried by Congressman D.R. Matthews on 30 domes-
and more of the much-maligned "welfare state." for qualified but needy medical and dental students to repeal of the "ritht-to-work" laws Again, more than 17
tie and foreign policy Issue facing the Congress apparently
all got a strong approval from those who voted. per cent had no vlewi."
feel most strongly about withholding aid to unfriendly In the foreign field, only the Peace Corps got a vote of
Within a group of four questions on "urban and rural The anti-poverty program, a "National Foundation of
and belllgerant nations"Matthews confidence Of those voting on tho question of an expansion
beautification," the only one that got a go-ahead from ,thevoters the Arts" were both turned down..
of the Peace Corps, 49 9 cent were In favor 37 cent
per per
reported this week on the results a questionnaire ,
was on the creation of "more large and small parks, The question of sn amendment of federal Immigration
he mailed to 63,000 constituents In February. The opposed with 13.1 per cent holding no opinion\ and seashore recreational areas under an enlarged Conservation laws "to remove the quota system for designated countriesand :

largest number. II3 per cent, went on record as opposingaid While Medicare got a whacking, apparently the same program. Blum clearance, community health and admit Immigrants on the basis of skills and V. a relationships

to such "unfriendly and belllgerant nations" ss Indonesia people favor "an alternative program , suggested by the recreation centers and highway beautification were all disapproved Independent of national origin" drew a vote cf

and Egypt.: American :Medical Association which would offer medical, by substantial martins. 43.4 per cent for, 43.4 per cent opposed and 13,a per cent

1 The second largest number, 79.3 per cent, favor ",uaran.- hospital and health aid to the elderly through private health Proposals to amend the constitution""to guarantee the with no opinion.




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VOL. 39 NO. 13 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APK1L( 1, 1965 10 CENTS: 1'Ett; COL'Y



Murrhcc Elected New Buick-Ponriac Dealer REZONE I

Richard :Murrhee 3-year-old (See Editorial, Page :3)) Burlington Announces

I As A Matter of FactWith Keystone businessman, defeated The Oreen Cove City Commission
I 8. Bryan Jennings, who has
on Tuesday evening
<
served 22 years on the board of Another Multi-Million
will be asked to resone for
trustees of Clay Electric Cooperative Oe 11h w. r, ,
business purposes the entire
Inc. as Clay Coun
city block the east side
representative on the board on
several million veterans potentially eligible to buy at last week's annual election. of Orange Avenue between Dollar Expansion Plan

new OI Insurance, VA offices are Hooded with Inquiries. flay and Ferris Streets
Murrhee plurality was more
The following Question and Answer series may be of Interest Half the length of the
than two to one.alClIAaD .
to some of our readers. block Is already caned for (See Editorial, Page 9))
Q-Is OI Insurance once more available to veterans n 3lw I ), builnrsi! The half facing.
A-Yes, a new type of Insurance ls to be made available Magnolia Street Is now
to certain veterans who were eligible for the original r "r'r soned for residential proper Klopman Mllli, a division of Burlington Industries, is
r, /
NSU Insurance, principally those with service-connected ty alone. about to launch a building and expansion program In excess

disabilities. .tale 1'.r; The caning hearing will of 112 million Including: erection of a large new textile

-What veterans were eligible for the original N8LI Insurance have to be advertised and dyeing and finishing plant, at Society Hill. 8 C.
? s final hearing will probablybe

. A-Most of those who served between October 8, 1940, held the first week In .

and January 1, 1(57.Q May.
-Are there eligibility requirements besides dates of According to reputable BURLINGTON TAKEN: ON ED SULLIVAN SHOW

service ,,\ authority, the property will In Greensboro, Charles P. Myers, Burlington president
A-Yes, the veteran must be In one of the following be used for construction o f announced this week his company will become a

three groups: Fred Davis. han orchaaed all the sUch ef Van ...... a shopping, center. major sponsor of the Ed Sullivan Show next fall.

a. Veterans with srvlee-connected disabilities who meet Bulck.Featlae, lae, In Green c." and the name ef the "The sponsorship of a leading network TV program *

.Insurance standards of good Jaeal 1.. ? company has. bee changed to Fred Davis Jck-FenUae., on regularly-scheduled prime time .Is a pioneering

b. Veterans whom service-connected iSJaabWU..ton.* Is*. John Farshcc -, effort foe a major toxtlle producer We believe this out-
prevent them from meeting Insurance -standards of good The M-yesr-eM Kefttweklan has managel'llie'toinpanytor J i<*f..C.. standrinrrsmilysiww la awsweBenft vehicle to ,tell cur .

health. seven years Pete to coming to Green c... In 1931 he Twentieth Year corporate and product story," Myers said/

e. Veterans whose nonservtee-eonnected disabilities as of hired and tralaed all Proctor Gamble sake ,...... In theMtheatt. The company's use of major network TV will be

October 13, 1)64, had prevented them or would have prevented .. lie Is a graduate ef the University ef Kentucky. John Farihee Is celebrating. designed to sell Its branded product line. The show's
them from buying commercial Insurance at the highest Davis ls married .. the former tissue. Klagton, ef this month the twentieth snnlversary average audience during the past 13 month. is estlmstrdst

rate MURKUCE: ........riO', a,. They have (we child-eat Anne, I years of his Oreen Cove radio 37 million viewers.
Q-How much N8LI insurance may a veteran purchase? eld, and Lauren, 3. and television business
A-The full 110.000 coverage if he never had NSU Insurance In other contests, Angus Hastings Farah., a veteran of World

or U he had It and allowed It to lapse. Or he can defeated Incumbent John War I, was a school teacher In
purchase sufficient Insurance to bring his total NSU. Insursnoe Hocks; and Incumbent C, N. Old Green Cove Alabama until he was draftedfor Klopman, the world's largest producer of Ducron-cotton

back to the 10.000 level, if he wUtw Smith defeated B. F. Nesl. Both duty In World War II In fabrics now has two plants, one at Cordova, and the other

-Does he have to bring It back to the 110.000 level! men represent consumers In his Inimitable purple prose, he at Itamsrur, both In North' Carolina The 'Utter will "be
Marion County (Editor's soles The feUewIngllare Of Barnum A Bailey fame described: for The Crescent this
A-No. He can purchase lesser amounts but not less than enlarged st a cost of approximately |< million
11.000 worth. At ceremonies following the are eseerpled teem a history bathed In this tater for his week how his military servicewas

-When can this NSU Insurance be purchased voting, at which more than *f Greet Ore written SI rheumatism quickly terminated In 1943 Construction of the new Society Hill plant will get

Service-connected veterans generally should apply to 3,000 persons lunched on fried years ate by s Grerm c." There ls a legend which says because "they said when they underway next month and completion Is expected early I next

the office having their claim mile. Veterans who have only chicken tit...., slaw and coffee I Ilk-grader .... U now Jackie an Indian named Pslatka . wanted old folks they'd let me ,

nonaentee-conn<
commercial Insurance should apply to the Insurance officesat building was named for II II .f the laU llllam deer as they came to drink Then began a aeries of towns The single story, brick structure will contain approximately .
Surrency, longtime presidentof Henry Witch, bees In )1 iddle. from It. and cities that were "too big,
either 5000 Wissahickon Avenue, Philadelphia Pa., 11101, :230,000 square. feet of floor space, with provisions
at Fort Snelllnir, St Paul Minn. Mill. the Coop'The : burg In 11)3. ...* lather In 1130 Palmer and Ferris too bony, too hurried" After A
for further expansion that may required liter The Society
Q-When can the veteran apply to purchase this Insurance Co-op's rates are scheduled : Elijah hutch In list was elected discovered the spring while trying Panama City Jacksonville .
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? to be reduced, as of toliy to the e*>alr's lint ( .... cutting live oak trees for ship Jacksonville Beach Pa- Hill plant, when equipped and In full production, will

Beginning Saturday, May 1. ues, and from then by a total of approximately sniMicn. snd .f the .mU. W. R.Breker building. They owned the area laths and wsypolnts, he settledon represent an overall Investment In excess of 'II million!
180,000 annually, Burrenry aba a pall.f ('''' of the entire town for several Oreen Cove and established
2 1944Qtbee .
until be around
midnight Monday, May Initial employment at the plant Is expected to
sshL bore her abed. III his and television business
? Gusty years.Oreen radio I
aH veterans
VA to eligible
the plan notify
Indicated to BOO jobs could result
A-The VA would like to but cannot. Nearly two mil E. T Martin, manager of years ai.. Mash ef her material Cove was IncorporatedIn In March, 1941 In the read 375 persons Klopman up
lion veterans receive monthly compensation payments for the Co-op, said "we are proudto was gathered frees Ian 1174 It had been In Duval of Hart Furniture. The cite at from the project In the future He aid the new plant will

their aervtce-connecUd disabilities. Information la being . make more cash available grandparents.) County until the formation of which he Is now located was Incorporate the latest facilities and production equipment

mailed to theM veterans. But there are almost as mosey for other things among Oran Cove Springs, a town Clay County In Ills.. then a vacant lot. available for dyeing and finishing fabrics.
service-connected disabilities rated at our 21,000 consumers In the Of 3,000 Inhabitants was Palmer and Ferris sold the Mr and Mrs Farihee" ..,
other veterans with Ilurllngton lnduntrtrs whim (keen Cove stretch yarn
communities we sene" so named becauae of the cove last of their land to John O. one daughter "who married a
such low cent that they do not receive compensation,
a per than 300 U the world lead-
The rate reduction was and the mineral hlch Burden Yankee In Scaradale New Yon k mill employers more persons
approved spring a wealthy New York : ,
disabilities but who have reeve applied for a rating. Three
And there are other veterans who have service-connected last fall. In January flows 3.000 gallons of water a financier whose horn. stood on and he's kept hr up there ln. Untile producer with more than 125 plants located In

veterans together with the severely disabled nontervlce-eon- the board roW to return payment minute and Is recommendedfor the river bank 'Just north of They have twin grandchildren 17 state, Puerto Itico and fight foreign countries
of the 1>4I credits to be Its medicinal qualities the Episcopal: church He at f
nected veterans, must contact the VA on their own as there
distributed in June. It& Is said that P. T Barnum, (Continued on Page 4) > r - ,
Is no way of reaching them.Q -TT
-What II the VA doing to Inform these veterans of # '

this opportunity? "!hA

A-The VA. with the cooperation of the press and the '
ail .ice r'.d
radio-TV networks, has bad the news carried throughout the 14f e.W
nation. In addition a printed Information sheet ls available

at all VA offices to any veteran who visits tele-phones or I

writes. Moreover, official state and county veterans' depart* .
menu and service orgsaisatlone, lake the American Legion, fi e ,

the VFW ate, are helping to speed the sews to veterans 11 .sw ,

everywhere.Q __ ;
-Are persons lOW on active duty with the Armed .1 I
.
Form eligible to purchase this Insurance?

D A-Wo, unless they are separated from active duty before

May >. 1>M, and lUte application before that daLe y .e. 6; 4 # ,

whale they art so separated. yti

-Are there other veterans la the general group to which

this Insurance law applies who are not eligible for some e
+
special reasoa?

A-Yes, veteran who first entered the setrjee on or annA u J,j i a r

ri1 33. Itil. are not eligible unless they were dischargedfor

at least one day before January I, 1987. Another group

act eligible are certain Philippine veterans. These Utter can

get information n the VA office la M.nlla.

form Q-WID of Insurance.Q the new. OI Insurance policies be a permanent Rl,.b {'...." I MM behind. !.. .... ('...,. ..?. llul !Is the dear, dead day aw*.

-Will the new potic carry: dividends\ ? -'W''e r .H..' "e... be abet. ('.*.... as .n.l. .( Philip S. eke Iprniimably with iwtblng better .. d.)
c...... Jr, MU Ik* stir varnlU .. ..., A -No. The rates that. will be charged for the services TIM eU. Maga.Ca ItoteL which fcarar. .. /flee. sad a...... wHb .... tl .. users eke k4 them .,.".4 a4 seed lb..mae and smallish slUtator weaU )

connected ,vetonuw la particular are low set premiums I. ItJI. vas .......,.. law meet MU e4*.M Tbm s4ct.re. were aaa4. avslhblc to Tbrnrn enuawnto In their ....... Tbe ... InIke *(. TIN M*. rnameaUP en erne* srsnal -
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seek
which are comparable to the old high rates after dividends. eR la* SC Jeba .,...,. HHb a large Mabref > ( by F.I. K. .& ae l',
esM a aaUre *f Gees trnUr I* (arl' ftcbiltj.' Mid .. lu,. been secured here, earn 'r.. the middle ., he '
Q-WID an disabled veterans pay the same premiums? vteJtor* e..lag rash year free New Teea.VtMhiagtosi. C.ve SOTreeldtog Sa Teinto. RtmaMal'i fins a "rich X/,c1b..r.*," eke heed dicing' the river. The. at.! recent ,-IUf.Ur here
A No. Those who insurable CVsptt. their srrric. seen
are Bihim.fe. rU, H bwMlrd setertkntra. >*b wee as a M *M ode .telegraph eavrstor ..Inter* I. I" HI. J..ha. Arena. (MOW now sheets was fleshed. In a mod puddW
connected d aabibtle will pay low pmntums. ( A sample rats bartenkap. !.. irnaes ...... at It) eo .the
a ""*(* aM bard. wined h Mr. Mara lUrdla. ll.llwb. The" d.. ef the Johiu-M.nvlne Blast when land. I
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( (Bounty Crescent I fjotlihher The Cross: The Wisdom of God? (O) THE ]LA Wi!


WHAT (If eOOO rod CUT It OOB FOR Till CMSCIHT" .. By DVNCAN O. GRONER By By Sheriff Jennings Murrhee
Did know it is against the law to
DUNCAN OOLOTHWAITI 6RONER.-EDITOR AND PUBLISHER DR. GEORGE P. HOWARDDr. you
ELIZABETH LEONARD CRONER SECRETARY "You mean to tell me you don't know the story about place the carcass of a fish on a public

tha Peaceable Kingdom" my friend asked incredulously terest, but to his self-sacrifice; t'r highway
PUBLIIMU Evnr THVMDAT Br CRud e T Pale INC m the law. to litter the 1
that at the last God would be It Is also against
COYSnNNSS.P. 0. NOR 171GMIN FLORIDA "I know several stories about the Peaceable Kingdom" X able to find men not by setting public highways: in any way, with any

TILIPHONI CCS 184-3165 told bins "I just don't know which one you refer to." before them'an easy way but form of trash . paper bags Coke bottles .

icon CUM roiTMi rut AT (MID COTS .,...... FIOMM by setting before them a hard pieces of paper. 1
"Well he said, lolling. back as If the story might takean
RATES even such a would against Uttering (which specifIcally
SUBSCRIPTION way way as The law
ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE! ..u._... ......... lAG evening in the telling"this one is about a goat that got lead through Oethsemane to mentions the carcass of a fish) is
TWO YEARN 11 ADVANCE! ..... .......... LOG lost and wandered into a pasture of sheep . or, let us the broken law .
Cross of Calvary and the perhaps the most commonly
say they were wearing sheep's clothing""Yes
apparent defeat of every hope. 44-, in Florida. It is difficult to understand

Whose ? ," X said "go on." To the wisdom of the world v why some motorists choose an open highway .

Welfare which says: that the way to IA'' as the best time to clean out the car.
"Well this goat . you know how goats are bullheaded
get men Is to bribe them to ..' "Anyone coming" is the classic queer
so to speak got in there with these sheep and they took twmf
From the consensus that Congressman D. R. Matthewsgot pander to their selfish tastes, tion that precedes a general house-cleaninS of all Utter on
to him like a ton bricks. He could chew Un cans and well
on the broad-ranging Questionnaire he sent In Februaryto to apease them to flatter them the floors of the auto or in the pockets of the driver or occu
obviously, they couldn't. So the sheep I mean the animals .
his constituent It would appear we are in spite of all to agree with them and give
that were dressed up like sheep you know the kind got Howard pants.The
talk In favor of the Welfare State. them what they want; the wisdom impression on tourists
together and bango-wham, they sent a delegate to the goat.
Looked at from another point of view one might infer The proposition was if he would chew their tin cans he The New Testament says of God replies that the Well It's not good. They are likely to think. the people -

that on the great questions of the day we are in favor of coujd then graze in the greenest corner of the lot. what may sound odd to many way to get men to get at men hereabouts are a careless lot.
the federal gravy train as long as It stops at our house. people that the Cross of Christ is to show them as we see it The penalty

Where there is no direct benefit we are loudly articulatelyand "Do you follow me'" my friend asked. is "the wisdom of Ood. in the passion of Christ, something Thirty days: or 1100 fine.
persistently opposed to the whole concept of federal Strange. What could anyone so hard to achieve that it Let's keep the County clean. Let's take pride,in what
benefits and the dirty-worded concommltant: Federal con. "Well if I don't precisely follow )you I'm willing to have intended to say who called seems forever beyond us, and our highways look like.

trots. hear you out. Oet on with; I told him. the Cross the wisdom\ of yet something which, just because .
CURRENT BEST SELLER LIST Only about 10 per cent of those queried even bothered to "Well anyway this goat shall we say swallowed this< God it once happened in one
reply. Whether this one-out-of-ten vote represents a fair line like a hungry fish ., forgive me if X get these animals X think that this is just who was clothed in our human Dnote that title art available at Clay County Put Weeks>M. Library list
cross-section of the Eighth Congressional district Is open to brass what is meant: The world of flesh, we know Is something FICTION: on
tin too
mixed he . .
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up began chewing up . . . . .. .. .. .. 2S
cross-section who which 1. Herzog by Bellow' . .. . . . .. ,
not represent a belongs to true styleand
question. If they do naturally that the our
some like Andrew Volsted going to stop to eating . men suppose
was put a . . .. .. .. ..... 24
with an axe to grind the real in "Be- 2. The Man by Wallace .. . . . .. .. .
they Are they the minority to do man us.
then are and the sheep . X the animals that were dressed up way to get people things
mean
the pork barrel hold" the 3. Funeral in Berlin by Delghton . . . . .. ... .. .. ... 7
ready to shove their finger In in stood in Is to bribe them to do them. says great disciple
sheep's clothing . were delighted They over
district it would seem in "behold what of love C. Hurry Sundown by Oilden . . . . . .. .. ... ... .. ., 5
We, of this Congressional are of the and damned well hymns to They will do what Is easy what manner
a corner pasture sang
Auchincloss' . .. .. ... . ... . 3$
our foreign aid Into two the Father hath bestowed 5. Rector of Justin by
favor (69 per cent) of separating this for cleaning their is pleasant what suite them. upon
goat up pasture
Kaufman' .. . .. .. ... . 1
Staircase
let
parts: military assistance and economic assistance and They will do anything which us that we should be called the 6. Up the Down by
each bill stand on Its own merits. This, we think is good You know," my friend added "that fool goat took on ministers to their pride or to sons of God" 7. Hotel by Halley' . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . .... . *

(though unlikely to be realized). the biggest sheep in the pasture not only ate his tin cans their interest; in fact they will Behold the insight of God a. A Covenant With Death by Becker' .... ......., ... .., .6

We favor withholding aid to such unfriendly nations as but tried to eat his grass. He somehow got away with it because do anything which is in line the charity of God to believe O. This Bought Magic by Stewart' .. . . . . .. ., .. .. I. 30(

Egypt and Indonesia (81 per cent). There are many factorson a lot of them sheep, I mean the ones in sheep's clothing with their own general habitof that away down In these pitiful 10 Legend of the Seventh Virgin by Holt' . .. . ....-... 6

both sides of this delicate question. On balance, we . well they just wanted that little bit of pasture the self-seekingi I hearts of ours away down NON-FICTION:
Hammarskjold ...... ..; . ..... U
think, It we cut off the aid, the vaccuum would be filled by bowman had. That is the wisdom of the beneath all our frivolities and 1. Markings by DM '
our enemies, thus pulling the "unfriendly" nations irretrievably "Well Sir," he said "the goat got too friendly like with ,, world. That is what the world lusts away down below all our 2. The Founding Father by Whalen' . .. .. . .. .;. .<. .', 10
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3. Queen Victoria by Longford (on order) .
Into the camp. of them One of it
enemy two three
> or sheep them seems, was a In the heart of man. But pettiness, there was somethingin
domestic issues these same voters favor a wide spectrum it sees 4. Reminiscences by Mac Arthur' . . . . . .. . .. . I .. 2)
On mechanical sheep; another one ate greenbacks thought what is the wisdom of God us that would recognize in
of federal aid: medical educational etc. These are Issues was grass He had three balls hanging ovver his forehead. Just the opposite of all the passion of Jesus Christ the 8. The Italians by Barzinl: . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .... 21
very
the tax bill seem 6. My Shadow Ran Fast by Sands (on order) ... ...... . S
that would If we can avoid looking at "We saw you get them cans," one of them said to the that. "The Cross" Is the wls- essence of real life and the
7. Sixpence in Her Shoe by McGinley (on order) .... . . It
to put money In each of our pockets. dom of God It Is the tremendous road to, real happiness in life.
Slum clearance urban renewal highway beautification, goat."We didn't see you eat no cans" said the other sheep X honor which God has put We all of seeking 8 Life With Picasso by allot 9
community health and recreation centers A firm "No"It kind of varmint in sheep's clothing are us 9. The Words by Sartre ..... . . . . _... .. .. .. .. . .. 16
mean some a
Insight
upon us; it is the amazing happiness and we do well in
seems to us that Important as are aid to educationwith "One of you Is a liar" said the goat. which Christ accepted and seeking l t.No; system of religion 10. Catherine the Great by Oldenbourg .. .. .. .. . ... 1

( its ever-present controls), medical aid to the aged and. "Don't make no difference," the 3-baller said "we're all made the basis of His own at- will endure long which tries to I -. -t

needy grants to expand rehabilitative services for the dls.I sheep. A lie Is not a lie unless you get caught. No sheep titude toward men that at rob man of his Inheritance of 1

abled, etc., there are others that are as important.Slum would give a goat anything more'n a tin can." the last, the proper appeal to joy. God wants us to be happy. "Mn's 'TV
clearance urban renewal community health and "So what's the point?" X asked wondering when his man Is not the appeal to his But happiness comes only when I Radio &

recreation centers and highway beautification comprise the story would stop. weakness, but the appeal to man fulfills his true nature: I

world In which most of us live. But save to those who live "Well I guess the point Is that gdat didn't like what some hidden integrity and nobility and his true nature I Is to live I RCA -: :- ZENITH:
In slums or those who enjoy highways that are safe and un- them phoney sheep . I mean wolves in sheep's clothing in the human heart whichIs in obedience to.voices which

punctuated by unsightly signboards these matters do not . said and he told them so. Know what they did They able to respond to a certain come to him from the holiest AMANA XOROG: APPLIANCES:

represent any potential In-pocket money. got one of the tin cans he had been trying to eat just to kind of challenge. This startling crisis In history Calvary. A i -

make friends and clean up their pasture, and they \took wisdom! from above teaches man Is himself when, In his Experienced Service On All Makes d Models

and tried to cut his throat with a rusty can of mess." us that the final appeal which journey through the world, he SRKVINO LAT COUNTY OVER t. TEARS

Burlington Expansion "Did they succeed" I asked him, fairly bored by now. would move men in the right has met In the middle of his I - -

"Well no, they didn't. . not at first anyways. But even direction is not the appeal to way the Cross of the Son of 24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs

when he got cut up by the rusty old can they kept at him. his love of ease, but to his love Man that Cross on which I Phone 284.3122 t
of four corporations
is the largest
Burlington Industries "So" I said. of hardness not to his self-in God and man find one another.
with multi-million dollar annual revenues now established I NlII1IIIfIIUIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIMlllllllllI"lIIInmIlllllllUI1III1 II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIUlllll IIIUIIIIIII:
'as
"You know what! he asked me looking omlnsclent
1 . will be added within weeks.
fifth
In Clay County a
if he would surprise me at the denouement "they got that
These do not include such pulpwood and paper companies goat cornered in a lot and there weren't a dinged thingto
the largest tingle landowner in the
as St. Marys Kraft ( eat there not even cans.
County), St. Regis and others.It "So. how's he doing

should be noted parenthetically here that two of the "Well only thing is, them sheep . I mean them var.
five: duPont and Johns-Manvllle are among the 30 blue. Have Peace of Mind
mints that wear Cheeps clothing . they didn't know that
chippers that comprise the Dow-Jones averages the bellI that goat has got camel blood in him""Camel -

weather of the nation' economy. blood" X asked.
Burlington with annual sales In excess of a billion dol.
"Campbell blood that's a hard-hearded Scotch brand of
lars a year is not on the list because textiles are considered goat that don't give up too easy And camels don't need to
. In Wall Street. . a highly volatile commodity that gets eat too often neither."
heavy competition from sweatshops in Hong Kong, the "
"And this I said, "Is the Peaceable Kingdom
Philippines Italy etc. "It'll be peaceable," he said "when that goat gets through TAX
But Burlington is one et( the great corporations in the eating tin cans and all that brass that's sitting thre waiting
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ahead of the by pouring huge Deductible!
world and It keeps game
to eat his
carcass They were like buzzards. They. try to
and development new plants and new BE SAFE I'JtOTKCT
sump Into research starve you and then they eat you." SAFE:

fabrics. "So" I said "buzzards run the peaceable kingdom"
announced another huge ($12 million '
Burlington has Just "No" he said "just wolves. Hungry wolves that if you --l: :1-' YOURVALUABLES :
., ) expansion plan. It Is the fourth or fifth in as many t DEPOSIT .
don't eat their tin cane for them will eat you and like buzzards "

months. do, feed their young on their own vomit
Something can be said for the thesis that much of the ]'L.UR.fE'E BOXES

expansion is in the Carolina, close to the company's Greensboro i

headquarters. Something else can be asked about why

Clay County has not been chosen as the site for some of this TAXPAYERS!

vast expansion. Taxes on real and personal property In the county
Is it because of the costly power "outages" that the become delinquent today according to Wayne Geiger,

Green Cove Yarn Company has been plagued byT If it county tax collector. Penalties on all delinquent taxes I i1

is, we'd better cancel our contract with Jacksonville Power begin today and advertising of personal! and intangible .'
and get together with Florida Power Light .
personal property will begin this month. Advertising of .
Whatever it is, it is a question that needs answering. delinquent real property taxes will begin in May. We have recently added another section of ,

SAFE: DEPOSIT: BOXES:


Rezone For Progress The Casualty Count by jerry Marcus which in this are service available- Come to anyone in and interested see us. .


t The Oreen Cove City Commission will be asked next .
Tuesday evening to rezone all of the city block lying east
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of Orange Avenue between Bay and Ferris Streetl.I .

I According to unimpeachable sources, the property will .. Rent One

be used for construction of a desperately-needed shopping .. . .. Today -

center. It will be interesting to see who If anyone opposes . ,
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the move. .
Construction of such a needed shopping center would 1 ...

very substantially enhance the value of all the adjacent .

t property. There Is a good chance Its tenants might capture 's, "

I some of the Flight Money that goes day after day, week . Telephone:

j after week, month after month, Into Duvval County tills. .. ?i' .
I Nothing we think can be gained by slowing or stoppingthis r .' 284.3G,02,44) .
re-zoning. Much can be lost We cannot remain. for. } 284-3031
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ever as we were a decade or two decades'ago.. '
Surely those who believe the old town can't be changed J or "

mustnt changed, are a tiny (if articulate minority. ", '< .,t.

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Green Cove ,(CenUnned from Page 1)) Socials F "Roaring Twenties"sing. I


II, JEAN SPEARMAN

i D, MRS. ALEX PIPKIN Campbell) with her usual grace
Ttt Mr*. Orrle Masters ami be y and charm, sang, "Cant Help
daughter, Mrs. Raymond Dow. w President VJLA. Singing. to the pleasure and

vF art both of Federal PWnt. visited Before 'a crowd' of approximately delight of the entire, .audience
with Mrs. Park Oelge '0 y4p+ one hundred persons and Miss Clay High Dianne<(<

l Monday; March IS. who applauded ,vigorously Revels) beautifully sang "Ma,
Mrs. Masters will be rwnem throughout the show; the He's Making Eyes At Me," and

bered by many as the twin ala "Roaring Twenties" (Cabaret another song of the "gay. twen

r &or'of Mrs. buss Weeks, Style) was rendered last Saturday ties."

Mrs. Oleger's mother : night by the ladles of Merchandise donated by

the Village Improvement Association Winn-Dixie and Western Auto,

The first and second place at their Club House Green Cove, were sold st a
i winners of the March It NAB in Oreen Cove Springs. spirited auction. The "Door

y.. Ladles Invitational OoH Tournament With George Turner as. "M. PrIze" was donated by Food
from Green Cove C.," the show started with Fair of Oreen Cove.

Springs were: Mrs. Vivian Oor' "songs of the twenties" being Several cakes, donated by

die\ first and Mrs. BUlle Wilcox sung by everyone present, with club members were raffled

second. the most able assistance of during the evening, which add

Seated (11 l-r) t Warwick Kenney., Mrs Charles Bayer and ,Mrs. Charles. Bayer st tM ed to the gaiety.

Seems as If everyone In town Tom henry In the background Mrs Warwick Kenney piano, and, under her guidance The act, which will long be

Though the "11m""'." ., the swimmers In below the knees which Induced bathing has been bitten by the Bonus and master of the ivory keyboard remembered for genuine enactment

the eld pool cannot be teen, .Iff an even bet rather than swimming. Bingo (a game sponsored bone "songs of yesteryear"were of the "good old days" of

thej were covered br bathing drawer .to or of the stores In town) bu,. W re-lived and enjoyed by sipping champagne tfrom the
It should get even worse now t, young and old. ladles slipper" was the "Blues
that we have had several win. UUpon the completion of the Singer" performed by Mrs.

ners. Pete Bethel, manager 01 "songfeat;" actually a "get Martha White. Dressed in

'r the City Pool Snack Bar, was acquainted'1 few minutes, the "Night Club Costumes" and
the first winner. He won the show was underway with a singing those "blues songs"

$100 game Other winners and "Charleston" done In flapper which so swept the country of

i their prises\ are: Mrs. Elizabeth costumes superbly performedby i the nineteen twenties encore
Goodwin $S.OO; Bernice the following "flappers of upon encore demanded by the
? Barber -. 11.00; Jerry CUb. that time;" Mesdames Shaw, I delighted audience.. She was

bedge $100 and Paul Cha i Black Kelly. and Terry. CUrtain accompanied by Mrs. Charles

nay 100. calls were the result of Bayer
ii--w.r this most enjoyable act, which A most pleasant evening was
brought back pleasant memories drawing to a close with another
Mrs. Dorothy MUberger new
f to many of us. session of old time songs selected
to Ouatamela, Friday, March ,
19 Tom Henry and his guitar, by the audience
as a Good-Will Ambassador
rendered several numbers, pop. Everyone voted a "grand
for the Business and Profess
atonal Woman's Club. She returned ular during that "mad era." I time" and we are all looking
'
The "Famous Four U.n.)'." .forward to making this an annual
on Tuesday, March 23.
had a very enjoyable act, with affair
their singing and playing of 'HATS OFF" to the Ladles
David, Richard and Jon Ken
Two ef lb. Charleston. flappers (l-r) I Mrs. Doug Black various string Instruments of the Village Improvevment
nett, Tim and Orant Jones and
and Mrs. Waller Kelley Miss Clay County (Becky Association.
.... .._._ ._ Mike Eichorn attended the
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The original Methodist Charch in Green years .f the 11th century, The man In the Junior Oolf Association Banquet .
Cove bull shortly after' the close. .( the foreground Identified a* Eaten Onann held at the Thunderbird SCAFF-HAQAN I I In Memory of Rev. W. A Darden I POMYI Bud .........Off

Civil War, whkh I baraed down In Ike early father.1 L. E. Onann. of Mlddlebwg. Motel. In Jacksonville on Wed ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr.
nesday. March: IT. On Thursday, January 91, We can say with the Apostle
RUMMAGE SALE AT and Mrs T. E. Bcaff. of 1011&, God who does all things Paul, "I have fought a good
Lit Bakrrville, announce the engagement well took unto himself our fight, I have finished my BUY U&6AVIN65
1'owrClay County Property with METHODIST CHURCH Pvt. Tom Mllberger left on and approaching
I have kept the Faith:" PONDS -TO
beloved Brother, Rev. W, A. course
Wednesday, March 24, for Los
their daughter,
A rummage sale sponsored marriage of
Darden, age 84. 2 Timothy 47.:; This was true UNDERWRITEVtoURCOUNTRVfa
Frank W.: BrownAnd Angeles where he will spend
Carl Merlin
br the Wesleyan Service Oulld Helen Teresa, to I
I with Brother Darden, he
. In memory of him, we the was
several days before
sightseeing
of the Methodist Church will Hogan, son of Mr and Mrs
be offered and
to
members of Black Creek Bap ready up we
AMOdatM be held on Saturday, April I, flying to Hawaii for a two yea V J. Hsiran of Graham. know of rlghtlouaness MI6HTY
a crown
list Church of Penney Farms
R.al fsfa4l ttn4w on the lawn between the VIA : tour of duty Miss Scoff Is a 1804 graduate -
Florida wiuld/ like to take this Is laid up for him whom the
ISM UA Highway II Oraage) Park and the Methodist Sunday I ttaway of St. Augustine High occasion: to express our gratl. Lord the righteous Judge shall
Miss Anne A hon
was
School building The sale t begins School Mr. Hagan attended
nsaa IM-MM -
give.
tude for his life and service
ored with a surprise Shower.
.11:30.: Come ta.rIJfofore\ local schools and Is currently
Bo, the BUck Creek Baptist
IF NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY Thursday, March Is, at he with Diesel Engine among us.Brother. wo
the best things are snapped employed .
Church bow In humble submission
40t foot frontage ea V. 8. Highway 17 up. home of Mr. and Mrs H. Ksey. . Bales, Inc. Of St. Augustine Darden came Into
to our Lord's will and
the fellowship of this church In
(Jst North of Green Cove Spring) The French Club at Clay The wedding is planned for r
SHOP at IIOMK"': First I High School hosted the affair April 23rd. at six o'clock\ at the HBO being a retired minister, wish to express our deepest
not being able to carry on his sympathy to Slater Darden,
home of Mr and Mrs Earl
mlnlateral wor because of his her Sons and their family.
Pomar on the St. Johns River
health Brother Darden will We your Committee ask thata

always be remembered for the copy of this memorial be retained

loving humble spirit which hi. In the minutes of the
CHURCH NOTICES w... e "., e., ,w
possessed and the quiet gentle church, s copy given to Sister

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE! mannar In which he expressed Darden and a copy given to

BOCIETT himself. We can truly say his The Clay County Crescent. Hay You Head It in
.* life has been a living testimonyfor Signed by Committee:
Cor. R. Houston St.
Attend N. Magnolia A'.. the Lord whom he served C. I* Saunders TIIK CKKHCKNT: :
dally. He was always ready toIpto.k Mrs. Easle Harris .
SPRINGS
GREEN COVE '
a word for his Lord with -
FLORIDA anyone he came In contact

March tl, illS I with To know him was to love


CHURCH SERVICES3*!' A cordial flakjerlt Invitation REALITY.U eilend-. him.Brother Darden was pastorof

ed .to attend our service*. churches In Alabama, Texas SEE YOU ATEchie's
and Oklahoma Numbers of

CIIURCII people were converted and
SIIILOII BAPTIST
4U Miles Sooth ., G..a Core i iII" saved during hi. paatorlalservice.
Ho retired because of
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III health and Came to the
At A.... Sunday ftrheelliM
Memorial Home Community& ,
A.M. Preaching Hoar
Penney Farms, Florida In 1148.
Tilt TM. Evening EervlceVMtors
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Brother Darden leaves s devoted
w...,..... wife, four sons, eleven

' Special Event grandchildren: one step grandchild IN
The Church of Your Choice
'p GOSPEL SINO and numbers of relativesand

March tl, lit: ,... .. Isle pm.Geopelalres friends to mourn his pas
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. Old Green CoveContinued first cemetery court) now house stands.was built The Methodist Membership Class I

where Stewart's home now 3 Sale
GIGANTIC Day
( from Pare 1) I 1 I I I Eighteen years later, accord. stands (at the northwest,corner .
once began to improve and I I Ing to the same work, "A com.mltt'ee of Pine and Palmer 8t.) Visits Methodist Church
beautify the town. He gave was appointed to obtain School was (later) held in this
property for a school and Court 1 I the plat of John G. Borden asa (court house) building. Saturday
Rouse with the provision that site oir which to build the The first church was the oCNUYKN Thursday Friday -
court house. Hickory Grove Baptist Church. NttNGMt
the pine trees never be cut. I I i
(Editor's note The ao-called I I, It may be assumed that the The (then) Methodist

"Inventory of Clay County; Ar- court house during those years, Church was built about 85
chives a more or less thrown- ; was on the northwest cornerof :years ago
N
together sketch of the county Pine and Palmer Street, The Clarendon wu.the firs
prepared In 1921 by the WPA, though this may be Incorrect. hotel and was located where ..j1fy

a make-work project of the New I' Borden also donated the site the Qui-8i-Sana Is today.
Deal says "In Sept. 1871 and funds for the Village Improvement -: The Green Cove Springs and
Sara P. Ferris, Eliza Palmer ./I Association whichis Melrose RR was put through i In r
(and others) deeded to the the oldest womans club in 1884. Later the Jacksonville, '

county commissioners two lots the United States, being 46 Tampa &: Key West RR came p}
In Green Cove Springs for the years old (established 1883). through Green Cove. The despot
nominal consideration of SII j Edgerton owned the first was then located on Railroad .
and upon the condition that store, situated on the corner Avenue, almost a mil
the commissioners use the lots next to the city dock. Crocker north of where It is today.In .
J.r.;.. ..' Meats Are Guaranteed to Pleas
for r .: All Huntley or
site for
:
a county a CourtHouse then erected a two story buildIng '"
and jail within 1885 there were three ... :" ; '. FLA. GRADE A DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK III 1 1
a rea across the street with a q\P'
docks: the City dock betweenthe .
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sonable time, say five years |I dance hall and skating rink h' .Jll ... tl' ",
Hoyt and Bayer homes: tI <'o ",' ...
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from the date hereof. W. B. on the first floor and a general .J.i.t.t.:' "" r"" .
the Clinch dock and the Bay
Whit . anted . to provide store on the second.
I Street dock. The Pastor's Membership Class of the First Methodist
suitable rooms for the use of The first school was located
In Green Cove Springs visited the MlddleburcMethod.Llt
Many tourists came by steam Church
county officers until a court where the Hickory Grove
house could be erected. Church tat( Hickory Grove boat to resorts along the 8t Church last Saturday. The Mlddleburg Methodist FRVERSWHOLE
Johns . and It is said at times Church Is the oldest Methodist Church In the Florida Con

'. "'.'.'" .11I'11I111111I11'11"01111I11".1111I".11.11110"111I.11.11""' . 111 Green Cove was so crowded Terence
there was no room for themto Members of the class Include John Kenneth Bradley,
sleep Paula Jean Llnsley, Linda Joy Fullerton Karen Rawley,
Concret SpecialPatio About this time a trolley Alice Elaine Farley, Paul Andrew Mulford Gordon Paul ( )
line was Installed from Magnolia Craig, Dell Ruth Branson Jean Ann Jones Anne Roberta

Springs down the length! Simons Merry Linda Carlisle, Laurie Lorraine Temple, and 27c ..
of St. Johns Avenue out Railroad Scott L. Smith. :
Driveways Walks Drive Ribbons Avenue to the depot. The The class will be received Into membership of the First

I car had steel wheels and was ,Methodist Church on Easter Sunday, April llth. I
pulled by: a mule. "Elder" Pow

Example Patios 16 x 20 ((320 ft. ers, a colored man, drove the Parts
sq.) )-$120.00Guaranteed Fryer :
car for many: :years.
As A Matter Of FactContinued
I In 1908 a street was paved
.;.... from the city dock to the rail 9 Legs Thighs Breasts with
( from Page 1)
road. In the same year, Col; ,
.('. George Hulvey founded the' table will be found in the answer to the next question) '
Florida Military Academy. It I Those who are uninsurable solely because of service-connect Rib Cage Ib) 480

Quality Work at Quantity Price was first located in the St ed disabilities and thos who are commercially uninsurable
II Elmo Hotel and later moved to because of nonservlce-connected disabilities will pay higher

Magnolia. After a fire destroyed premium based on degrees of impairment.
their building it was moved Q-What types of policies will be sold and what will the e Garden-Fresh.:
G. W. Smith back to the St. Elmo Hotel. cost be per thousand Selected I Q ualit ySQKsaLe
Twenty years ago there were A-The following table will show the various types of PRODUCE
two sawmills, a brick yard and policies available and the rates:

a turpentine plant In Green 30 1.69 1.95 $145 8299 Golden Ripe
Cove. Today (1937)) farming Is 35 .85 1.18 1.71 304
Phono GCS rot
284-3249 the chief Industry. Potatoes, 45 132 1.89 244 338 BANANASFresh
narcissus bulbs and vegetablesare 50 184 242 269 3.67
'.11111111"01111'11I111111.1111011111011I'01111'011"0111111/ ' "' ' 1'11.11.1111'11I111IIII1II1I1II0'"IIII'ItII'.IIHt""II'1I1I' ' "' 'MI the main products. 55 202 312 362 4.11 I CHUCK LB. 55t SIRLOIN LUfc Crisp III).

60 241 ".03 442 4.73

I That's Bill Amason I Sitting atop his Backkoe Multiply the above rate by the number of thousands I RIB IB 78t ROUND LB. 88t< LETTUCE 1 lOc
of dollars of Insurance desired and add f,42 (monthly
service charge) to the total. Armour Star lien 19-U-lb. avg. CELERY STALK 1 lOc
NOTE: These rates are typical for veterans who meet
VA good health standards. Rates will be higher for those TURKEYSCoprUnds LB. 39t RADISHES BAG 1 10 Dc
whose service-connected disabilities are unlnsurable by Smoked or Fresh
VA's standards and those whose non-service incurred disabilities

i. are unlnsurable commercially. SAUSAGE .w.t., LB. 53eIB CARROTS BAG 1 1O Dc
'ik Q-Will medical examinations be required'AYes
I- e
M S v a
1 for those commercially uninsurable and for all Campfire, Fanny Sliced Breakfast
others over 50 years of age. Veterans with service-connected CARNATION MILK
BACON 48e
disabilities who are 50 years of age and under need not Tall Can

submit medical examinatioN initially but may be requestedto and Whole Loin
Small 'n Lean Half 9 9t
submit medical evidence if they havev questionable health
conditions PORK ROAST LB. 49* (Limit I with $5.60
Q-Will the VA give medical examinations Food Order)
a
A-No, Applicants must obtain medical examinations
from private physicians at their
own expense. MaxwrU HOUM 1-Ib. ran
Q-Will the Government pay the cost conducting

BY THE JOB OR BY THE HOUR this program COFFEE 49c
A-No, Those veterans who obtain policies will pay an
AU Types of Backhoe and Front-End Loader Work (Limit 1 with 15. food order)
extra premium of about 42 cents monthly per policy to defray
;DItch Digging, Tree and Stump Removal Fill Dirt Hauling and Grading the cost of administering program. This extra ,.; '''' :

premium may be Increased or decreased not oftener than I SNOWDRIFT Ib. ran I
J. every five :years. :--:- WESSON OIL I
SEPTl -
MASON'S TANK SERVICE Q-May the premiums change In the future / ... ..-... hot.
A-Yes. The law provides that premiums may be decreased
Preen Cove 184-3860 or 184-177 as experience Justifies. In the case of policyholders Auks 11-u. .k,. 41 t

with service-connected disabilities who are in good health, FRANKS
29t Limit 1 of your choice
for insurance purposes, such changes will be made not often-
!''i""tIIIIImIiVtlI" IIWlllu II III mululwmIIIIWllmmllllllll IB mlmlllllllllllll1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImlllllllllII IRIVI mmll V IIIIMmmullilmlllmlmllllrullllllllllllllllllllllllll! IIIbII IIWIIJmllllllllllllllllllmIDj l lI lIwxXMMWwNNXNImnXNMIN"NINxxNINNMXNwnNNXX"NINN er than at two-year Intervals. E'Ulrftb (tot Dog pk. e' with t5 00 food order)

Q-Docs any kind of semlcs-connected Injury qualify? fOR
A-No. It must be a type of disability for which compensation % ROLLS 2 29t Keg. Ctn (plus depodl)

j I is payable when the disability reaches ten per cent or t'reMh'l ..... Jar / COCA-COH I9c
more. Certain disabilities such u dental disabilities are not fOR
in this category. Many veterans have service-connected disabilities MUSTARD 2 23t (Limit t with $S. food order

for which compensation would be payable if they
.. ;
.1 became more disabled although they 'are not now receiving

I II compen aUon. These veterans are eligible. iii'47c

I ,__'". There are also veterans with a disability arising in service ?
which would make them eligible: but they have not applied Limit 1 with 85. food order
to have the disability rated u service-connected These
I veterans Irs eligible to apply for service connection. If it la flint's
TUAXlyOU; MY FltlKXDSi I :
I granted they may be eligible for Insurance. l'F:.\(' :
Q-Does any' nonservlce-connected disability which com-
1 \\nnt to cxprwH my gratitude nil mercial companies will not Insure make a veteran ..IIlbIetANo. J'/a! can
I tliostt who'ott.tI for mo in the annual the nonservice-conneoted disability must have 4 for Mte!}
eI
been In existence and made that veteran uninsurable on or
election of Clay Klectrio: Cooperative,
before October 11, 1964.
Chicken (>'S -
aTUNA
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Inc. hint t week. FOODS
Q-Where can additional Information be obtained -
Information can be obtained at any' VA offfic.
As the Co-op's trusts represent t' \:> can 2-"xj M.-O'wkfll, BHf. T.rkey

4 Clay County ('0-01' consumers, my FOR
LITTLE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS PIES 6 SI.00
1 most l''rt'l'h'ltlUWkM! will l hl'> in the Ik-1} MonteF

jK'rforninnee of my duties a* a mem- nUl T Merw-Ia-WJ

j IKT of t the Co-opV Hoard of Trntee COCKTAILHW Foa

. piotcctiiiff the interval of all those : ran _)0 DINNERS 3 $1 .00

private and industrial users of Co-op Let'sDance M Sir ..... n.

electric power IM Monte ORANGE FOR
JUICE 3
: Sincerely, 19i
Cream
t'I Style
WCHAUD MrilltKKR: II I CORNxicanlO

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hint* Hickory
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., y i. L&T Bar & Grille I 5t

14-oz. but. tic
10 mi. S. Grew Cove14; ;; mi. X. Putnam ('0. line Rriag lbo UcWiee ...ia. ye. sleep

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)65e LBIQAL NOTICB LBOAt. NOTICE Slue New Map For
I ODDLY NOI/GH I

I GUIDEAIR lit THK COURT Or THB COVlf. NOTICE OP AILS )cean Hlway Route

TY JUDOS CLAY COUNTY\ Nolle I* hex/ Avon that,
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COM .
FLOHIUA. IN rKOBATH. pursuant t'a real llecree of (If r.' & An exciting-,new experience for

of Forwloaur. ntr4. In caui Ii :: : ( North.South motoring vacation
In Relate of
r*: numbered IOWu'tie: CircuitCourt lull thin li the ITS maedrive
UOJt.: MAT J. ODUM, of Clay County, flcrida, IJ _':1II"Ulmt::::.. season
D* *ai*
CONDITIONING BEVERAGES REAL ESTATE: TO ALL CREDITORS AND l-KH- In \\U Cewtilyyn %*4fl*, *ti.1ct I-1A _' jeautlful Chesapeake Bay via the

SONS HAVING CLAIM OR .crMxd a*: world'a longest brld<...tunnel. 11
DKMANDU AGAINST BA1DEMTATBi lore (I). MUADOW.ttUOOK. : follow the fait acenlo
they
Unit 4acoordln to ._
MILBERGER You and each of you are h.r.. plat 1 thereof recorded In list I :: Orean flimsy route between

PAUL'S TWIN REALTY by notified and r.iulrd to pr.- Uuok 4, pace 41 and /7. of ..-- '.. New York and Florida
r ..nt any claim and dmand ./>u*..u *M u.*. |Poe 'M.. 4..iMN .- The Cheiipeake Day Bridge.
REFRIGERATION which you or lthr of youmay ..uusidut PPII..no- p.qIJ..p.1Iullo" Our large. Rnr "UnIted Slates," k. 990 feel long end b manned! Tunnel trlmi travel time by two
Ililda T. Neth hv .11' U.J'IIIIUIII"P.. III than 900 Ordert
a ain.l I the Salute ofll by moro people ore relayed ever o complex marvel
.. ... hour This onclneerlnc
) .
I put P.qll u'J.q .1w.1d
All Legal Beverage Realtor Ut* o.f May Mid C J. Odum, dcad* Coun.IT ., .41 1111- IIO".UIIO,) u1, Plil.n Ju alpegaitlr system of hlphoni' and electronic circuit . a the wlret of which on be crossed In lees than IS'

I :: SERVICE Jude* of Clay l "cn\\ Florl.da J.ilal"q 010 AOII 1 111) are homed In golvanlied, rigid iteel conduit-fvit-proof, reliable, minutes compared to moro than
i>! '> II. P II. !X)4* long tatting.
at hi. otfloo In the court two hours average. formerly re.quired .
Ar RENTAL 'tl SALES
I -..wiAir / *Aoq. *M) jo elijojit p". 'an.u|
houM
of laid County at Or' n
C*.4l l*. ... KrrlaatiM Open I A. M. to 1 A. M.Doval Cove Bprlnia, Florida' within '>|u4 *m pUP 'PU"I| PI," uo JHJV on the Little Creek Ferry,

0" HettBaT ir.U. ft ACREAGE: LOTS .U calendar month.tom. the -.1I0 put MO" 'l..olUa"3J"w, ''V which the brldietunnl
.
i I 8. Palmetto Street tint of the first publication of pus ijnianai. 111 I Vila J'm* oj.l the rollrood'i neweit .method to r.pl.c.d.Anoth'r.
County Line Residential Commercial Ihl* nolle Two opla of *..,hel.'m >|Joj| 'Xjunoj A"Ujj difference and aivan.
Home epaojea oll'ln"|| l jujjnj mull speed car handling ore automatic
. Phone 2149789Bnslneea or demand .hall b. In
thli U the choice of
North to b., fla'u,.. and part of lb.rallyt life season
of Orange Park Intetrlal writing, and *h>ll .tat* the a cloulflcoHon{ yordk In o typl-
Phone
m-9581 Ocean HiwayN5W
Dlac of rildnc and pout office
Serving Greater Clay Cent addr... of th. claimant and llotpolnt Built-in Rtn.* and col yard a tingle operator Volt routes In the

APPLIANCESTV challis sworn to by the rlatan- oven through a central remote control northern too.

BOATS Notary table ant III. a....b'y O. attorney and Stewart Kitchen Warner Exhaust Fan.....4 Wall lower-ihunti con to one of 20 or 4CEANHIWAY lox From New
araommnUd fllln. of
a fee
30 track Making oil twitch York the main'
r APPLIANCE PHONEOffice : on. dollar and such claim, or d*. Heater lure
mood not *n filed shall b* void. Serer Wall Heater In Half. and car reorders "..t the me- route south

SERVICE 184-1(81 /., Walter O. Odum Hath follow the
aIOgs" It another Important lob
INLET at publk palso! the hlchnland
MARINA A* administrator of III. TO /IOAIDA
We Repair AO Brands Bono U4-JW Fital. of bet bidder for mark, al th* for rigid it**! conduit ,..:........_ Now JerseyTurnplke
North Front hoop of th* Clay :t: -
Lela ,
May J Odllm.I .
Serrklitf Clay County Orange AT*. .. at Bay St. I deena.d County Courthouse' In Oran tilt s :: rv '" nerves the Delaware Memorial

F.r Sixteen Tears MEECVBT OUTBOARDS Greta COT Spring* rirt Plthllrttlon April 1, IMS.8rruhy ('ova gprlnira. Florida, between err .... \ Drld,.. U.fl. 40 and US. 13. on
., A. Yong.Attorney. 11:00: o'rlm-k nm., and 1.00:
Park MERCRU1SCK SERVICE: at hum o'riurk n.ni., on th* find day titApril .. ( through<< Sallibury, Md. Thus
Orange Ph.
214.9315FUILERTON'S Orange Park. Florida Al>. 1115. :. year there la a leaward alter

UPHOLSTERY .-i. I, II. tl ICOl'KT 8KAL.. ) .' oats, via the Garden State Park.
BOATS TRAILERS tlKOIttlK! K CAUI.1SLR: 'e'S: way, along the Jersey shore then.
I Clerk of Circuit CourtIlrt -
.;; arron Delaware Day, on apeedf
OUTBOARD 11 THE IHCI'IT rolMT Vivian 11. Huhin r./"
4 Jl N. Orange A**. REPAIR SHOP A Z UPHOLSTERY Or CLAY 401 NTV, n.OHII ix-puty Clerk. ,.. ,."'1 .. I bay linen of''the Cape Hay.Lewet .
1 t
IN CHVk.HtN .1NO'fIC'1Q Ferry, to U.S. 13< South
Green Cove Spga. Z.....44 | Hwy. 11 Orange Park *. OK-n-O The vital lervlcei that make ward on U.S. IS the Ocean HI.
CU" 'LIO
Phene 2(4-1811 III MacnoUa ATenno 8HIRLRT JUANITA KNIUHTON oHIclent end I continues down the
Plaintiff NolU- I. burly' liven that ikytcrapen way
ACCOUNTING' Green Con Springs pursuant to a Final Perree ofof rely on galvanised *,*.1 III1 Deimarva penlniula .0 r o. .

BTKV'KN:- JAY KMQHTON.:- Foreclosure entered In raune ond rhi.pe.ke Bay to the Virginia
Phone 214.2714FCRNiTURR
INSURANCE carry protect I'' y
I>*r ndanlWOTICH numbered C-III7 'In th ClroultCourt Heach-Norfolk Then
It la
area.
office communicariont. todOY.lj
REED of Clay County, Florida
ACCOUNTINGAND HIT
or L'.S. 17 til the Florida!
way to
I will .U lh* property altuatedIn
THE HTATK OF PU>KIHA-To: phone line that weave I:
CANVAS WORK TKVKN- Clay County, Florid dirrlhed The Ocean Hlway li recon.
FRANK WM. OTTOSpecial IIU I NAil JAY ltamflld.KNIUHTON aatIrfit through Ihe building. Sal l I: \ tilled ai the tafeit of north
BOAT TOPS CUSHIONS JI
TAX SERVICE Imperial RAM California U, Block II. MKAPK1W.HHOOK otto uted far control! ;: \ south highways! also the moat
I'nlt I, according I to II
SLIPCOVERS MADE YOU ARK HKItEUY NOTITIKDthat olr conditioning.rr "I| I interesting and relating. In.
thereof recorded In lint
Usla plat
Kenney Owner Agent New Furniture you a In mil th. *hu abovo b*.n ntUId filed aialnat caui link I. nave II, of the currant .....-.._.. ." Mei.cQ; % Head of monotonous driving on
7 N.
Orange Are. Oreen Cow 1....._ wlla F.t.aat amen with the Old Comfort"C. and you arc h..b required la puhllo record of Clay e..ilW. of ....."' "el.ws. A.\ 5.I.DRI& tripe of paving that merely'"run
Tel 214.1711Personalize(1 .erv* upon plaintiff attorney County FlrrMa; through the woods," motor.
Complete Insurance CoverageLIFE who.. name and addr.. appearhrreon Together with all etruoturen hereafter andIniprcvemenli Uti on the Ocean Hlway enjoy
and
now
-Services : FIREk: AUTO A. HUMMEL If any,, to your the written bill of complaintIn defem, on Mill land and th. rent", IDEIJ an adventure In travel with

InAccounting HOMEOWNERS: Mid cull, ropy of whJrh I.I iMuea,. nnd profit of the shot.de.crlbsd .. . j many thtnn to eee and dot In.
property) and all Mi.lurei '
& Tax delivered te you herewith on eluding superb eeaihoro re.
MORTGAGE: LOANS or b.'0'"* Mar 1. A D. 1141. now or hereafter attachedIn ., championship golf court,
Returns or used In ronncrtlon with th FOR GROWING HOUSI PLANTS
"" *.. HOSPITALIZATION Dont Take LCM ..Ollr.Herein.. will tall .h not. nter4 or dome aialnut pro ",.ml... herein described and famous lardeni, blitorlcal loons
11 addlllon h ereln lb. fyRnwlntde.rrl6ed i1 and bulldlnga.
Business Firms & Phonet Green COT* Z84-S543 When You Can Oet The Best) Jnu .for.f rnmtilalnt.THK the relief. prayed In th. houa.hrld eppn5nra., llggeit problem fer amateur The non-proAt Ocean Illway,

Individuals Jacksonville ISI..... BKIVU: NATURE FOR hlVOIlCK.MITS Or PAID. BfIT which he, "are.tu, ,and.. and shall a part b* deemedto of the plant growen ond hob* A..ocUtl9n baa lust publlaaed a

bylitt{ during the ihert tool ll.panel full color llluatrated
BAXLEY TRIM SHOP RIM my hand and th. push r Ur! ,
Antloe Used ......... nf this Court at Green Cove Hot Point rani and oven RR.i of winter,or with e heel.son trip nap which Inrliulei a'
MILK DFUVCRTW.D.Morris Mnrlniti. Florida, thl* loth day "/ flowers, It to provide o highway map of the Floridapeninsulal
Idlewild and Writ 8U.Greea of .t.h.o\\ 1111. IS Kntcrann fan In kitchen steady supply of the iun'1 also .
.. Presto water heater ('(' It-D /a a .PII' rom.panlon
CAHEY'SFLOBIDA < KAI,'
5 c. Springs OKOHflB r. (,AItU..r.... Clark tewart Warner rectaaed wall red end blue radiant anon r II pure, the Ocean IllwayMotorlata

b, Merl a O.rhrdt, healer I1II-7I-H gy otientlol for Flans > Guide, with Illnslntsdducrlptlona l
TRADOU hone 1I..151SU.HOLSTERY I.......i, Clerk) 11 tlallon oil drum growth Q // It.. of member cities

Green Cot 1pel .., ncM T J. JennliiB-i. ...., A RliH-tromnil hath llllllotpiilnt wall healeri' and attractloni, plus Hating of

II E. Palmer. St TeL SMSSMAnUcuea DUlrlbutor J.m.a 1eoen.V T fcr Norton M.IMIff HefrUeratrr tTllit several hundred place to stay,

AddreM public. ...1.) 'n the hlxheel dine and shop
!
.. Orange Lessee (Cart A Furniture I II, .li"1 tlOreen and ....t tildd.r for caah, at th. Both Map and Guide will bo

TeL IN-"" All Jersey Milk !Coy iqrlas.. Floridali Cnunty North Front Cnurthonae l>,..., of In the, llreenCove Clay 1 lent free to alt who write Ex.rutlvo .

Orange (I'arkBlaadlBf 23 Years Experienceit Hprlnri, Florida, between Office If, Ocean lltwayAmorlatlon. '
ctC Real Tel. SM-tUT For Tout nun IT ("01 RT or II '01 o't'Inrk a m? and 1:0.: 1 You con now grow mere I t P. O. Box 1.7. vlr.glnla .
CLAY roim. ri.omnila o'clock on the limt day of beautiful Gents than. over IlMrh Virginia, /RIsib
Jacksonville CIIANI'EIIT I April A I>, I"I,
.before, with OreUllluereiienl
Free EeUmalr lylvanlo
Ktil'UT HKA1.IIIKIiltHK
5 doll
Blending. A Coffin .., HOME DELIVERYCALL : : I. rAHI.IKI.W lampi. They iuo

TeL T71-M14 Pirk-l'p Delivery IIAZKI A. : I Clerk. nf I'lrrull Court ply the served light .. tllmuite .
MCHCATIOU.I'laintlft'i llv; VMan II Miihntlx growth ute no mere
yet
,
WE TRADE: IN ANTOHNO ".. >nuty Clerk
214.154er 184.11(8 Work Guaranteed IIODKRT A. Ml'BCATKI.U ., electricity than I..ncl.relilv. CLAY
or VAUTK -oi.-o:
C txtendant, OK SILK ertienlt.,0re-lu unlli
Nullci' / her-l>> nven that come ready-made" you can.
MOTH or *IITTHK pursuant I* a final hares ofof ; decorativeteuchoi
create charming,
corm lm.r..nler,4 In muss TBIATUOraea
MTATK" OF 1'1.l'"III.\-To
ItoUKItT: A. WI'HI.'ATKI-U : numl>er4 V-Ills tn 'th. rirrull by ""lIdlllllh.", Into

IDS. North Main boll Court of flay Cuunly, rli rids, storage weli.eeni! dlvldvi, Cove Ipelags

l.imb>rivil I.. New Jr. *.y I will cell lh. (irnprrtv' altuatni"In n ....latol.., hukb cabJnili" or
TOU AIIK HKIIKKV N"TI- l'Isr County Florida., 4*. 1 Monday Ibis Friday
it dry link. __ .
rrrlhed
'CLASSIFIED naf| l e.
( ADS .riKI..In.'that*n..In cult in.ha above. hon...1111.flied.. lot II, Him .It |J, MKAlNIW.IIKINiK. Hot Offleo Openn TllS .,)1.

rave. and tux are iamb' ,.. I'nll. I. artiirdlna- Complete Feature A* Late
I thereof rerorrted 'III flat
nulred .
I* nerve... upon planturaallnrnev 1'1. I*, ofh.. ?. A. lilt IMtf.flalurday .
.h. gama and ads ::'Ikp' bf'I.:: [ : f
.,... ......., heron. your .rtt '. ) riu-nrdi of lay 4' 1 -
.." 4..n..a. II ssv to 'h. bill ,'o"n'r. Miirldal: and SundayContinuous
: GENERAL CONTRACTING FOR RENT I of complaint In Mid cull, copy Together with all elrurluree and from S TM.Wed. .
; ,. .... ...
Impr. ;
FOR SALE nf hi> h I I. dvllv.rd In you .wand hero' For o partliularly novel '
D New Ceaatructlen after en old Unit and the ..n'.,
hV..Uh..n or baton April II laeuea. and profit nf III* above end dramalli effect, vie r ..% Thar, aid Frl.

RESTAURANT: Remodeling FOR RENTl Metrl I room.Werkly "...In fall tint. or d.i>,.* pro described properly and all Nt.lore. the tpeilal lamp for 'V e r Mar II, Apr. 1 A t
FOR LEASE S ,..,.. e
,
Patios or monthly rate. ..... l>onr...o will .. entered aialn.t, now nr h. atiarhedir lighting wail-recessed or fye r
I River View Restaurant wither C Driveways 1 .n4 i f''I' the r..Hef prattd 'In Ik* n' uae4 In rnnnerilnn with the free-tlandlng oe orlumi. -
oanikt*. Rivrrrtew M.teL I .liii. of enmolalnl ne.mi..a herein, 4vrrlliit, .nil
without meteL 1 mIles! north e Walkways' Tiff: NATi'nn or *Air III'IT 'addition therein the Mlowlni4Mrll llther way, iludloihw
G8C at Blank Creek .. U.S. sibs north of Green ('., BF.IVI rim rivrmri'; .<*d knueh M .pplancP| | that Ore-Lui It ben G
General Tractor WorkLaadMapUc Sprint. .< Black Creek. 2-ttfe WITinrn me hand and Ik. whlck, ar*. and shill b. deemed. iflilol lo water olonliond S.
17. Trlrftheae. CCS 284-11(1. Dieting. Plow pal l *f ...ld Court al. II'.... .. h*. future and part nf Ihe onhoncet the color
C.e flnrlxr FlnrM' realty.Hot :
.., Ilk Lac. *f Marrh' A.t>. Itll Ihla PelM panic and oven. mill" ef both Ibh and otonlt.

FOR SALEI Thro beeJrooo.heuae For Information Call FOR RENTl t-Wdroom honM IC.orl. ".-11 n Kmrnn fan In .HI..hen 4.EI /'rl I
r nnnw t. r.
block 184-2241 ..,.,...... with t targe a. Clerk rircuH TniirlMr wWaLM Presto water healer (f 51.D

.hooL one 1M frontato west on of Boa-High. G. W. SMITHLK0AL closed. ,.rt.... on highway 17. Ihmuly VUI(iambJrVNIYaIA 'u M. Slim, Stewart healer Warner(111.11.11II ,.. ...... wall I---LEIIAI, KOTH'S a troll.: 5011(5. letrrday- April SHa

For InformaUo ..... -
1848744.
Hallo nil 4rum
!
A NottTONAlaorna '
creators Are... or 14* ,... I
2-2S for PI.'IMI" :11.mo" wall h..'*, H MOTH M nr A""II".Tun Omit-al or 4r>rMr.not :
deep *. West Street. Gang. notice.IT *<44r.e.. PO II'. Ill bilk II.IIal I roM T4 IIKHIIee. roH .,,, nr.f.u: .
Priced .... 81.0M down. EhroedJekneea. r..n Cove *P"'n .ot. 14.14, Ks. n.e. 14.10 P.s.
kidder .,
and Mal for comb Iha
Till: ( iBitrr roinr FOR RENTl 3-..... farnUWdeotlac I'll. II, t*. 4-1 ,. I HIITICIC IN HKIU.IIV: ; IIIVKNat : ,, ,.
North Front Ik of .110 M. wlww.wwraa
Residence MS So.Magnolia Thal J Ald.rm.n ,II. ....I.... MrTICH IN IIEIU.ilY11YEN I .
or it.* iwt>aT%. ruiMii '.....,. -"au"- T.
( 'In OreenC'ove tRMaad
.. rI... For I.'.... Vullowlne that I. Alderman' In. hul.lernf I h..r hl..aaa f.M
th. .eetifieslep ha T.
i' iM> M*>.Mr, I *
... .
<10..** Tars MID). i% THK tiafiiT CON? or Nprlnp Florida. bHweenM u.rtllirata lee
*.. ea-aa-4-' tioa ,..... 184.1874. I.II life LAY Cot CT!. ri.oMiiM. ** a'l-l'wk, I m.. and I I* filed ant., e.cO/kalep for a laa Ik* f.illuwln; *;
Tele'beao 214-/632. S-4tfe FRANCES U. HAAaEN: HOARD 'rlnek I cI.... to li* l.u4 Ih....... Th* filed, said rerlifliole* for a la*
:
la CIIANCrHrN't. n m. on lh* Jnd 4y of -
.. I rartlflr*!. number slid pars eflexanre 4e4 tn t>9 I.etied Inere.m. Tk
flalallflKt Annl A I. ,, ..
I < UltfJOHM 4h. "4errlpll oIh* r.Uileal. ,...b.'. and pen ..1Iwar.
:Xk.TH u. tj. IffARDK FOR RENTl Aatomatlo Floor EIWARUnt'511KR: lOil'HT StAllnrlarlIt priipcrlr. and Ihe nainea In whlrhII ., Ik. 4efrlBII. ef lb.properly .
FOR SALEt Howe Trailer ........tCOTICS Plaintiff : I. "4111,1111.1'. : waa ........ ar. .. fulluwn and ,Ik* name. In whlrh asT.TLiPIEN
Nailing ....... 184-1148. Oerk nf ('troll'n.rl .... .
.4 follow.trerufh'ala
or stir CANtMCE l'.rtlfka, H. II II wa ar a*
I I. In geed ....t..... t .ts'l THB STATE ur KUJRIUA-TO: 4-1 "' : FISANCKI ht'S11ER: (IU T.euty Vivian Cl.ra H M.hm tear of I......'. Jun.. I I. A"'. N.. II

room, porch. teas k* oU K...." U M..". tlfesdant 4.1 U4rrlullon. tear ol iMitane Jun. t, All, MURRAY W
....... ..... 1" rf I'muertr lilt TNORNq R ehna.
or without .-th). ...... ... 1tH.IOU ARIL l..I1.HCKKUT !IIvTl.&n. .oTi< r* or *tiT N it n. *r BS of Ut w "r 'iMirrlpilun. lr.....rt, JUMP

FOR RENTl Attracton* TUB STATE OT flXlHIlM-Te.lai4ai : ... 11. ,... 'u,. I..,, I Illk. II Idlwll4 ".rk.
For Infonaation ,..... Green thai a ..Mr bra bee (11.1 ......, ",..... U ( Sprispe.

Cor. 284-4171 or 184.8111. sad.. .rue. lfc..,.aba.........Ull4 r.qulr...d..,.. idr- hona*. Completely. .,**,....ce C.II....tluekec. Name Florida.. I* whlrh *eei*.dlLuacloui H.I'UI... .In Honk wkbk. .t, raga*...**II.4 A, II

fnrnlahed lad alr-condltioaod. iOU .JIIIi MlhitJCIIV. : NOTI J....... W, Sill,
..r.. urea ptat.tltt. sll ru.y Haller .*.. Mew and T...
FIll:" thai a ail bas ..**. f1l4 ..,. All 51 maid *rlp b*isg In
All being In prop
whoa *.... *.4 .44r.. *f properly ;
ttta. .
Ill Bay Street For laforma284ftll. .sal >... la la* aooa5.1.t1 TiouparBillsauc I .... f CIF, Mlal of Ik* Cnunty .( (Mar. aura litrirrM April 4. I and I
Bids are fronted Ml !N. ..,.* r..r *rttl.. 4*(..**., ... County "
on *d and you ar Hereof .
FlrrMav *
If .... !. tie kill .f mtlimi p1.w .IU.I .
........ Avetm. Low Down )I. SON aIL npr mt wkick, It r*.*.,.. I. .er.* upon plainilffllraey I'nleM wh cePllflc.la. or rerllf 1'.1... e*. h fenllwale or rrllfII. . lea.1.eee..Naeeeleeea.
wire aim and a4.,.*. Ikale. ....11 k. redeemed arrord- . ale. ahall he '.4......4 a. *nr4.In .
4.lltr4 I. cos k f.*l'''. 5 .r ..,.. ., ..
and Monthly ..... Phono ._ IIt. MI. 4errll 'l
aya hda,. A.rtl I ... A II. l 4i.xvin . yaw 'Inc In law .". prnperlv dewrll> >l K it law Ih* proper r
I INSTRUCTION .._. If *.,. talk. kill .f amp. will k u.l|
4rr. I. a.rh rertlflrale. will k* Mid In irk eerllfKelee i :
284-1874 for ..1. I.l I l r or*
laopecUon. r..,*..*o will k. ..t.r.4 ..*...., ,Lain In eel4 *.IU copy .f wkkkU to ,". hiphe.l. ","''. .t I". In Iba M..11... b.oI.I.. of .h.
.
4tlr4. ps kercwlik, t ar .. ,... firal. snarl "..u.. M'u an .... flr.l
snarl Mgr
1.5 for Ik* relraf prerN In Ik. ...,.,* April It, A.I'. ..... r1l 0. .0" Mnntk ..f May, lost !
kill.. of _..Uliil.' French teateao ....Ya.. orIn Monday. In Month f May, Use Monday I*
Very amaH female Chihuahuapupil THK WATfHR or MID .CITriXH Her*,: fill at *r 4w e* precufee rN e wins I. Ik. Ird 4.> .f May, witch I. II.rd day at ...,. . .Iht :?1V7Wed. 9:
(r.*.. Glrea hy FreachLady. will a* 111.x.4 ..eaia.1pa. 'l loll, I....
.
Fawn ..... 284-1M7 PI.R CMVORCR.WIT9CRM mr ka.4 aid Ik. Telephone. 284-MM. II*. for Ik. relief. papal In Ik. haled Ihl Ittk of Numb IMIIM'tlilK Inlet IIEHula IlUE .I ii'AIt11J: :

Mr. Frank ....... ..1, ...1 ., ,Sold. ("..rt .C fre.0 c.v gusto Lonato Gaatmaan. Asks bill of ;.f1145 10i5LTINE alp SAIL ..l'ITar.II. Climb( > f C..II".I'AUI.UI.K Inset efClav llerk ll I cf ('let. Ifll Caurl I ef h .. Thar and FrL ,
IWI. nrtil. IBIS 1154
tar .
.r Muth A I.. tars.nr.r.nnr 1t.. Green Co** Spriac*. .! P1.R>il i.ivoncie.ITNIJ my hand. and Ik. .h: County,._,.*"..., _ flay Cvunly Florida. April ,. I sill I I I"BEIYI'IME

HAT FOR SALE I. ,4RI.III1.1'1.. ...1! .f old Court al
Peateeola. Bahla rtrh ..r O'f'$ r..rB IIprl..... riorM. iki* Itlk 4y *f Ifa ( MarUa. Brando I
.; M.rt. a Oubarl1 1,15(5.511tH Mang. ... |II IUUROKOB 11oTlSZI1 starring
284-tt! t.....iT (l rkIKftr UCOAL I. CARUHLK. BRING BIG RESULTS David Mlven'
f".... 4.11RYRWIeK { LITRE ADS I
SEAL) .,.,11 (:Ir.I il ,'...rt "
4-1 AiI"lCnllC'! .IKTO ..,.. .. /
or It, II SO
.",..,... 'aP na..llft bib ] -. / h :.it
Lgaly
Aesre.P. .. WHOM IT MAT CMMCKKXrT : =
_. vane lit.C .. *r. krty ....,... ....lIk J.*al'*.e A. NortoaAilrr ....
FOR SALE Two tart-ra. upright h4i.alea l motor ....1., ,., I1.ieltffA44re
Oren ... ".rl... "-wid.I.U. ;. w-
late modfb 21 ruble 4.1. 1 II sail C'.... 4-l>*. 4., lMAI4lellIII *.: P. O Ikea ITI t '
Ores f.,. Sprint., Florida, O-: ;;: . .
. k* Odd *l r...1.. ..*.. .! I* t .
feet 8IM each Aloe IM4 chain .. .,11. II. 41. I crORY"1l1
:rl .k .a .k Ilk .4r April.JMk J f iR
*l Hubru ...,(Ut C*, : BUSINESS
$7( AREA
Florida Tradm.
MWJ Carry -
FOR THE BEST In afl-rewnd Ier..a c..vo ..prIi. .1. rfoIdaTit. .errim or IM.HYl ..'TI..
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New Boat Ramp On Brooklyn Lake GREEN.... COVE, RINGS .: CLAY HIGH NEWS .:.nx t. .


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ia 1J PEGGY OUTLAW Bolvln, Tina' Nichols, 'Melt

JU- Bryan, Rhonda Revels, Brand
R x Tuesday, March 23. 1985. the
) 1065-66 Varsity Cheerleaders Michaud, Nancy Kelley, Gar
Page Long lit Alternate; Cher
were elected by the Student
LAST WEEK: ryl Canlff 2nd Alternate;
Body Qualifications for cheer
Won Lost An Intramural basketbal
leader are:,
Untouchables . . 6436 tournament Is now taking plae
Jokers ?. .... ,, 84 36 1. Must nave at least a 23 at Clay High. This is a doubl

Kingfishers .. .'... 61 39 average In scholarship elimination In ,which 'eacl
Champions ?I.. ..1 57 43' r' 2. Must have at least, a 3.0 lass, Freshman thru Seniot

Professors '. ,... .., 44% 83H average In citizenship. Is represented by, a team t
b,8 Drivers .1.1.. .., 42% 574 3. Must have good cordination team must lose .two games t-

Magnolia/ . . . .. 34 66 leadership ability and SCHOOL be eliminated from the touma

8-Balli ". . . . .. ,33 67 SPIRIT. ment.,, p
The Drivers led by AI Ivey's eCOU 4. Must be in good standing The 10th and 11th grades a
207, S81 took 4 from the Jokers T with the faculty this time lead 'in the tournament
while the Untouchables won 3 with no loses while th.
5. Must be able to do 5 cheers
to move. into a tie for first. n,4 alone. 9th> and 12th grades have eacl
There's just 3 more weeks reimaining TQR i lost one game. Now the win
6. Must be able to do Jumps
with 4 teams still in ners play winners ,and 'loser
the running High game award and cart wheel. I Play the losers foe the ulna
went to Rufus Tucker's 237 7. Must be well groomed. round.
The course In Driver's Education Is not aU driving as
with' 'a 856 set. Doe Turner can be attested by Melba Bryan Janet Spearman and Nancy 8. Must strive to benefit the The Clay High, track lean
rolled a 211 037. Bart Christian Kelley shown In the picture above. We feel that students entire school and not herself. meets Landon of Jacksonwllli

was high for the women with need to learn bow to change a tire as wen as how to drive. 9. Should be original. the 29th at 4:00: pjo. at Lan

480 while high game went to Student In the Drivers Education classes learn the taste 10. Must abide by all rules and don.

Mary Ivey's 188.THIS skills of driving Including straight driving, backing op, refutations established by the
BASESBALL
parallel parking and how to judge distance while In the faculty sponsor and the squad. "
March nth the Blue Devil
WEEK car.At The squad t s as follows:
I Wildlife Officer John Metcslf loads his Installed on Brooklyn Lake by the'' Game this time Clay High has five drivers education ear Captain Joan travel to St. Joseph Academy
Myrna: Farmer ;
recently and Fresh Water Fish Commission. c... Won Lost In UM, which we feel Is a great benefit to the efforts of In St. Augustine ., ,
boat at the new launching ramp Jokers . .. .. . 87 37 training more students during a designated period Crawford, Co-Captain; Nancy On March 29th the Clay Hill

Untouchables .. . 85 39 baseball team met Sante Feat

New Boat Ramp At Old Shands Bridge Champions Kingfishers .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 64 58 40 46 I COUNTY X-RAY SURVEY SURVEY POINTS UP DIET THINGS TO COME was, Sante Clay High Fe. The 6, .final Bant Fe ICon 4
NEEDS OF OLDER PEOPLEBy
Drivers. . . . . 46'/i 57V4 HUGE SUCCESS By Alma Warren Tuesday, March 30th tht

** Professors . .. . . ,45 Vi 58 Vi The County's X-ray survey Alma' Warren TALLAHASSEE Just add Clay High baseball team wit:

Magnolia .. . .. 37 67 I was "a huge success," according Overweight Inadequate diets, water to a package of' dried play their first 'home game
8-Balls A;. .. . ... 33 71 to Dr. A. Y.. Covington, and misuse of vitamin prepa- food and your meal is read.1"antlsttcT They will meet with Fernidina

V* ;v In a battle for first place the County health officer. rations are some of the major Not at all. To- on the home field at 4.00: p.m
Jokers came out first by winning A total of 3,111 people went dietary problems of older people morrow's housewife will benefit I

three from the Untouch I through the unit during It's 10- revealed in a new U. 8 De- from such freeze dried
able. With just two weeks remaining day stay almost matching the partment of Agriculture report. foods as scrambled eggs steak I AUTO LAFFRflL I

the Kingfishers stayedIn I number X-rayed by two units This report is based on Inter- vegetables and cottage cheese
contention by winning three In twice the time in last year's views with a group of older say home economists with the I
from the Champions and setting .' X-ray survey. people In Rochester NY.. Florida Agricultural Extension I
a new season high single :I Dr. Covington said 27 of The interviews make up the Service. ,
of 868. Some good scores were those X-rayed were being given I first USDA survey focused on Freece-dried foods may be

Doweled by Doran Yelton's 210 folow-up X-ray and were ten I diets of older people aged 65 I cooked or left uncooked. There

x 649, Dewey Turner's 224, 550, tatively listed as being possibly years or older. Ten per cent Is little spoilage, since few
Dave Kenneth's 214, 607 and tuberculous. Another 72 of the U. S. population 1s now bacteria can live without moisture

Freddie Hancock's 552. A 490 persons had X-ray readings in this age group. To restore to the original .w
set by Mary Ivey was high indicating tumors or heart or The survey showed that when condition jjust add water.
for' the women. other diseases of the chest. diets failed In any nutrient Some freeze dried foods

r I "Everyone connected with they were most likely to be when re-hydrated taste just as Give. you t

GREEN COVE CUB SCOUTS the survey is to be congratulated short in calcium and ascorbic good as before. SOG TRADING, STAA'S''
Although freeze-drring ls
The State Board of
HOLD BLUE GOLDDINNER Health, the TB Association and acid.Over a third of the house rather expensive and yet In

Cub Scout Pack No. 2S4 (recently all the volunteers who gave so holds reported some use of the developmental stage, small I Trade at LaRue's Service

re-organized) held its I willingly of their time" Dr vitamin-mineral preparations. commercial operations all over Station where know
annual Blue and Gold Banquet Covington said. Those whose Half of the households using the country, now ffreeze-dry you you
last Monday night at the small X-rays showed suspicious such preparations were consuming shrimp and vegetables. get the most for your money

Charles E. Bennett School. signs of TB were called foods that already furnished ,
Th dinner'consisted of cov- back for follow-up examina I ample nutrients. much food. This points up a LARUE'S9FRVWH
ered dishes brought by the tions. About a third of the older need to Impress older people

families and a decorated cake Those whose X-ray. indicated people Interviewed were over with the taet that calorie requirements _STATION'ZI4iltl ,,
------ -- honoring the Cub Scouts. other pathology were referred weight more women than decrease with advancing Ph.a,

The new double 'boat ramp recently Bridge on the south side of the St. Johns I Cub Master Ralph A. Jones, to their personal doctor anda I mew. Most of those overweighthad ago,, even though the Junction Hwy 11 A 17 i
I Installed by the Game and Fresh Water Fish River Is now ready for use. Jr., Issued Bobcat pins to 42 letter and the X-ray were nutritionally highqualitydiets requirements for other nutrients Green Cave Sprints
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Commission adjacent to the old ,8hinds cubbs. the Dins to be worn UD- forwerded to the doctor. but evidently ate too remain the same..
side down until each boy doesa -- - -I

I good deed for someone other
NEED FOR MILK 1--
than family or pack.
Don Pool'smrSKBVICI NEVER OUTGROWN I Den flags were Issued to the

I Unless you have milk in some following den mothers: Mrs.

COIN LAUNDRY form each day there's a danger M. J. Welch Mrs Richard
Oordle, Mrs. Edward C. Kuhrt
you won't get enough calcium
Palmetto a Bonton, Often Car
Mrs. Williams and
and perhaps riboflavin Jerry Mrs.
Open 14 Bran Every DayFhOoeBoodbi I two of the nutrients you Robert Peterson. 0
Scouting pins were presentedto
JfsrtitnM need as long as you live.
I usable Loads its ll-Lh. !tingle Loads U* Milk also furnishes other assistant den mothers and

i Fhsff Dirt IN I minerals and vitamins, high- helpers and to the following H-
committeemen: John Beaufort,
KTOTBODY WELCOME! quality proteins, fats, and sugars. -
I institutional representa tire I ;
James Olllls treasurer; Al But
Children should drink 3 to 4
tle, M. J. Welch Alex C. Downing .
glasses of milk each day Teenagers
J. Vance. Powell and George
INCREASE FARM PROFITSWITH need 1 quart or more, Petty.
and adults of all ages should
Pack meetings will be held
have a pint or more. .
the last Monday of every
A PCAINTERMEDIATE If you don't enjoy drinking
r month at the Charles E. Ben-
milk plain, there are plenty of
nett School.
: other ways to Incorporate it
Into your diet in cheese
TERM LOANup products, flavored milk beverages Mr. Willard Polk of Allen-

soups, casseroles, fon- dale, SC., has been a houseguest
to dues and souffles, sauces, over last weekend at the

7 years to repayFinance 'I' creamed and desserts vegetables hot breads, I home Showilter.of Mr, and Mrs. Lenard

Ill If you are trying to lose
your farm improvement ./1 weight, don't make the mistake ] I ,:r.I I
at the lowest possible of leaving milk out of .
cost. You can do this with !
simple interest PCA loans ; your diet. It will give you valuable -i PARTRIDGEWELL w.:.., .,., I
You automatleaUllnereaa. nutrients for a very mod '
profits when you save erate number of calories. For
on financing cost. Stop for exmaple a pint of whole milkor dsi

credlt--Me . almost a quart of skim milk DRILLING _

contains no more calories thana A.l.ww C..I..new ..1'.p '
W Ii. a,C._e
Northeast Production Credit 4-Inch wedge of pie. COMPANY r.wa 5..p.}w 'N-tI wa s.ep It,....

Association Skim milk fluid or dry and t/Mct imr Zing into spring! Corvair by Chevrolet
buttermilk provide all the nutrients -
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561!> Edged A vena* 8. : THRU 6"
Ul Main Street, Palatka of whole milk exceptfat
jMkaonvUta and vitamin A: Some skim LOCK AND ARTESIAN WELLS Tho stoorlng's crlspor, tho out on the road doesn't register on the

,.' T.L EA I-S36S TeL KV 4-ISI1 milk has vitamin A added to It. "rMo' fl.".". tho syfe"* rack.dash.. It twisters on you.

--- r'lwhtt' W.1t SI".II; .' .".n tho grass look a shooogroonor You feel it in the toering-crisp (Q
from behind tho and pl"ffise-u you double back on awol
I ELECTRIC PUMPS I this new Corral curve.: In the flat riveted-to-the-road
stability of the new fully independent
II IA WATER SYSTEMSF. For all its finely calibrated (instrumentation sue l\aIon.ID the response of the rear I

-tachometer, manifold engine (up to 180 hp available now in. aI .
H. A. TERMS pressure gauge, even an electric clock Corn's Turbo-Charged version).
with a sweep second hand for rally Drop down to your dealer's now-
buffs-the most important thing that: while the trading's extra good-and HiGHTMTOTRADE

happens when you get a Corvair Com see for yourself. anu cisnacurMALLI$

Zing into sprint la a new Chevrolet, Chevelle, Corvair Chevy n or Corvette
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r.I H C & Penney Forms 3 April o'clock.10 In Program the Quadrangle will consist at- ':Ns;1111 N'' Deputy .S 1- tuna Lenten Dish

of Moon Patterns; Scram-

Reporteri HAS. bled Birds; and Peter Scott
HERBERT D. MTCES. Fbeae M9m
Sanctuary.
Edwin C..Price, Jr., who has At the close of Mrs Eckels' Under the leadership ,of Mrs
.ntiy returned from Borneore talk, a women's trio consisting W, Av Bennitt. ,the Weavers The preacher for the Penney
he served as a 4-H Club of Mrs Ferris, Mrs. Miller, group had,a large number of Memorial 11 o'clock service
anlzer under the Peace and Runyan sang, with Mrs. beautiful samples Of the work next Sunday, will be.the Rev.
pj will speak in the Penney Pratt as accon &ni &. they are doing lathe, Old Art J. R. Nicholas Leader of the
,
mortal Church at 7 o'clockday ; Miss Martha, Benson had a Center building. Mrs. Lynn: prayer meeting on April 7 will j. --
evening. display of garments made by Sheldon and Mr. W, A. Benin be the Rev C. M. Ackerman' iqiJI

ow, a student In the School 30 women of the Guild who brought home ribbons for a
Agriculture at the TJniver- sew for domestic minions. table mat and a scarf their The Penney Farms Stamp Jl '.
of Horlda. Price who There were about 2SO garments first projects Club met recently at the home .
,,rj to return to Southeasta on display which were packed Mrs. Charles Coker T. 8. of the Rev and Mrs A. 0. 71
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will' use colored slidesen and shipped to Henderson Settlement Cleaver, and Mrs. L W. Poster Hempetead. There was a stamp I tvi
by a photographer for In Kentucky and Kings were awarded rtbbons- for oil exchange and a report on 1984 :..
So- Wood stamps after which Mrs. Coker
National Geographic School In Tennessee paintings and sketches r :
explained the SOKOL .
new
y Mrs. T. H. Runyan, vice- Mrs. A. Barrows received i..
stamp. Sokel is a deck word
Vith him will be a son of a president presided and Mrs. a ribbon for her framed shell .
neo chief now studying in A. D. Shaffer led the devotional arrangement, and Mr. Barrows meaning Falcon. There are :va LA...'
Sokol schools-in number of
United States and also Dr. service. She stressed the received ribbons for his wood a 5
irin C. Price, dean of ,St. need for peace, particularly : carving, and door-hanginz United States cities, devotedto You'll nickname this dish "'buona fortuna" when you realise
I the development of all parts fortune la discovering how and economical
tuna
ns River Junior College God's peace, which 1s available -. made from a palm frond. Ronald Lee Motley, ef Doctors Inlet, has been nameda your good tatty U
I of the body. and peppers Italian-style can net This a splry, nouruhing
for all who desire it i Other exhibitors were Mrs. The picture on the Sokol deputy sheriff by Sheriff Jennings Murrhee. Deputy Mesley choice for the meatless days of Lent as tuna la high in protein.
in. Clyd. Eckels a formerC After a brief business session Earl Brown, Miss Hilda Wier- 17 years old, saeeeeds Dewey Henderson, night radio Tuna's mild, delicate) flavor blends perfectly with canned to
Is taken from statue *
resident, was the prlnd- Mrs. Runyan called on Mrs. L. stamp a Henderson to matoes, sliced onions and green' pepper, deftly seasoned withTabasco
enga, E. Ferris, Mrs. T. 8. of a Oreek discus thrower, operator, ef Keystone Heights resigned op- :liquid: red pepper sauce and baiil. Tuna Is a gnat
speaker at the March meet- Rust. in the absence of the Cleaver, Mrs. Julie Baccus Mrs near the State Deportment! erate bis own business. Motley served fear years In the favorite with Italians, and the seat of Tabaaco pepper gives the
of the MHC Women missionary chairman. Miss Tar- Noel Carr, and Mrs W A. Ben- V. 8. Air Force. He la married to the fermtr Bonnie Fay dish the proper" accent
ild.tin.. b.D. to present the speaker. itt building In Washington.The WaUwrlght, ef Mlddkburg. They have few children rang. Serve the tuna and peppers 1 over fluffy hot rice, with
next meeting will be on grated Parmesan ch_. Crisp Italian bread and a colorful iliad
Eckels
spoke on the leg from two to seven years In age of toaaed fresh radishes and this
April 19 at the home of Mrs. greens It'&lIloftll.'Ofllplet. savory
she spent at Darren Wil- Mr. and Mrs Bruce Stare of Guests
in at the R. G. Swigert Mabel PutRecently supper even Caruso might have sung fort
College In North CarolIna. York, Pa., and Mr. Van, brother home last week were Mr. and Boon appetite!

t Is a fully accredited Jun- of Mrs. Stare, were recent Mrs. Clarence Blanck of Alma, Mr and Mrs. Del. Tuna and Peppers ItalianS
college with students of ell Krone.gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Mich. For many years the mar Hanson of Farlbault, Boy Scout News green peppers,cut la U teaspoon Tahaaco .
Mr. Stare b a nephewof Blanks and the Swigtrts were thin slices 'I I tomatoes
lonalltles races and creeds. Minn. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin can ((1 pound) ,
Mr. Krone. neighbors and co-workers in 2 medium onions, sliced 2 cans ((6Vi or
t was there that Betty Jo Hatfleld of McOraff, Minn,
Mr. 2 bull 7 each) tuna
and Mrs. Kenneth Prescott the First Presbyterian Churchof By DAYTON WILSON teaspoons ounces
''lor, who wrote one of thesslon of Greenfield were visiting the Re,. and Mrs. JVi teaspoons salt In vegetable oil
study books used by Mass, also Alma. A. a Earl. Following their visit Twenty, four tired, happy During the week the boy
caned on Mr. and Mrs. Krone. Drain 4 tablespoons vegetable oil from can of tuna Into large
boys arrived home Sunday In they will
are summer
camp
women of the Guild lastr Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Albera of
Mr. Prescott\ district skillet Add green and onion and taute until tender, A
state pepper
interviewed some Cuban engineer for Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. W. O Cleaver Northfleld, Minn were here I from the 1965 Muskogee District be In the care of Scoutmaster to 8 minutes Add basil salt, Tabasco and tomatoes and bring to
wee girls.rhe Be of New Haven, Conn., and Mr helping the Earls celebrate their Hlkoree held at Lake Robert Machen who, as everyone a boil Simmer 10 minutes Add tuna and heel to serving tem
and his wife have been spending perature. Yield: 4 to 6 servings,
and Mrs. 1. H. Cleaver of Detroit Mth wedding anniversary. Hamilton. connected with Troop 121
college staff are dedi-
a month TislUag friends were recent guests of the A blue ribbon signifies an excellent will tell you, ls one of the fin
I'd J men and women who and relatives- Florida.
rk on low salaries and so Rev and Mrs. T. 8. Cleaver. Mrs. Merrill Timmey spent score In activities such eat men anywhere,
The Rev. and Mrs. T. 8. weekend with Mrs. May C. as the Hlkoree, and this 1s the Leaden of the troop would FINN
tt an education available to At this year's Senior a I IQ
dents with little means. Handicraft Exhibit: hi. Cltlspns Cleaver left last Monday to visIt Orr and Miss Carrie Tarbell. goal on which everyone's like to have as many boyi as PLEASEMICKIY/ )
Jackson- Mrs. Norman MacQueen of Mrs. Temmey Is the wife of sights are set. Oreen Cove's possible to attend, and If any .
about 340
Pre are enrolled atwnt vine. 14 aow.aarv prfNMg,
residents of MHC entered ''
and It Is hoped It may handicraft .Lakeland, formerly a resident Dr. Merrill Temmey dean of Troop 121 did not win one blue of the Scouts' parents would rAA'Ae) AwOW/NM/
articles,paintings of MHC and his five blue rib. like Information .
brother. They the graduate school of Wtwa- ribbon they won some regarding
ome an accredited senior
and
fete IJ1IIUaI weaving, la the second I wwUl go to Sarasota for the ton College. Both Dr. and Mrs. bond I camp, please contact one
ahDaU. 50th wedding anniversary of Temmey were originally connected Troop 131 ls not yet a year of the leaden. Wt may not
I Mrs. Cleavert sister and her with Gordon College old and Its average rank \Is know all the answers to you
husband. Her brother and his : where Mrs Orr and Miss Ttr- tenderfoot and second class. questions, but well find out. WANTEDIe
BUD'S GATE STATION I wife will she) ke present They bell served for many years In the competition were troops e r rAOrNiTID
expect to be back home at Before coming here on her ten and twenty years old,' with LENTEN MF.AL8 1OIJLY svwgogf

[ 17inchTEIEVISION MHC on Monday I way home, Mrs. Temmey spent average rink of anywhere I Do you need some fresh Ideas
m! several weeks In Miami.A From first class to eagle, and for pepping up meals during CAN
Will those Interested In providing yet the young recruits of 121 Lent
will be given aIm lilies on Easter Sunday Russian who lives happily matched them If not brat them. Fish cheese: eggs all these PP EvaH-r
!} la memory of sowed ones, please under the present system of When the boys arrived they excellent protein foods can be FOR STFIRSi I Ii
DRAWING APRIL 17th 6 P.M. contact the Travasaos Sisters government in Russia must discovered the field problems turned Into fine lenten fart

Register u-ilh vs novel at one.. either believe that man has no Facing them were beyond their say home economists 'with the
soul, or that. If he has, It ls not training, so they Immediately Florida Agricultural Extension
114-f3nge I convened classes to receive era; 14QW OrEN
: ,GREEN COTS i The next meeting of the Elton : worth developing Service -
Stone Bird OUb will be held Oscar Wilde training from Assistant Scout. Serve your family a different New Licensed Nursing Home
muter Lawrence Oroner, who dlah such as crab (obiter. 94 Hour Nursing Care. for Aged
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'H__ .. m u. : had charge of field activities or fish croquettes shrimp mole Registered Lleeiued Nurosrirepreef

I ; : and myself. One boy, Patrol or fish fillets Air-Conditioned
Leader Adrian Thlbault of the Make a complete meal arounda Resaenable. Rales

I' .ew.rww... A:= Panther Patrol stayed up until hearty chowder Manhattan We Invite Your Inspection
; 110: am. Saturday morning or New England style 10. Heath Colley Read

-M 11 i studying the problems. served with a salad crisp bread larks.. Florida
All the leaders would like to and dessert
say to the boys that we have Serve macaroni and cheese STARKE NURSING HOME

A never been prouder In our always a favorite, during Lent. Phone ......,I II. A. Bennett AamUUlrsler
Message jj'TO Uy... Cheese can belied In so many I
Plans are being made to ways. For Instance, ban you .
attend summer camp at Camp tried cottage cheese pancakes
I
i
Cchockitee: this summer. W. They make s good luncheon
are hoping to have a good,:I main dlah. And welsh rarebit,
turnout because not only will I|I served on toast Is both nour*
ADVERTISERS: ; . the boys benefit and enjoy I i Ishlng and tangy, For a real 59ciItiiuiiiLyCLEANERs;-

themselves! but the troop will treat make s cheese souftfle. ,
benefit from the knowledge For something really different
TO SUIISCI.IIIKIIS: . iI i iI three boys gain at camp. Everything serve ggwlchee, To

ii I I from Nature to Aquatics make, fill acooped-out rolls
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Xo matter how many radio newscasts or TY new telecasts! arc I the boys will have the time ) eggs, cheese and spices, wrapIn .

made the > U still intermted in rending hi I of their lives. Its sn experience aluminum foil and warm In .
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home town newspaper to know what gore on in hi, own area. Accord ' I I

: ing to a survey made sine 1920, the period when radio and television :I

were introduced, every day over CO million: topic of newspaper San Lebrydo NOW OPEN

t are being gold daily. i


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hag been continuously at work to improve their service . and baa II IMIEBMill
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80 doe the Clay County Crescent try to keep giving you the f I,

best possible coverage of local new eventi (with picture and item) i II* Nerlb Oraage Lessee CMC COVE B-riLVOs

. and !In our humble way to genre a* a medium of enlightment to : i on Highway 21 at MiddliburgTtl.

bring to you the news of activity going on around us. 'I! Middleburg-iluth'r 2-5272 -

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business people who find that their sales meanago dues reach their .1' I YBUILDWUATMALSKILN ( ..,( TIRE

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