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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 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL.,39 NO. 15 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA ,THURSDAY, APHIL 15, 1965 10 CENTS PER; COPY :



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retail sales In the county but month rose a
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whopping 374 per cent from Much 184.,. Of the tUU's ''.....".'f.\.,.
17 counties Clay ranked fifth in percentage Mies Increase .
According to J. Ed Straughn director of the Florida ,

Revenue Commission, sales tax collections In the county' Competitive Educational Needs
last month were close to $27.000 up from 119.300 a year WeigelChosen
alo. Four other counties exceeded this percentage lac.....
They are: Dixie (up 11.4 per c.nU. Baker. Polk and Taylor .
counties. Queen Estimate A 50% Budget Riser
The greatest drop in taxable retail sales was rettotered "
in Jefferson County The statewide rise averaged 10 9 percent Susan Velgel. of Mlddleburg-,
,; was chosen ss Miss Clay County '
County tax collection reflect taxable sales of approximately 1905-66 last Saturday evenIng Tho county's'" public nchnoU111. require another 1802,138:! v . a 49.6 in-

$900,000 up from less than $650,000 a year ago. following the two 'night crease over the rnrrvnt total nnmml budget . it frrmlunteit arc to compete

At the same time, Straufhn reported gasoline salesIn Miss Clay County pageant at on tcrniH of equalitysith those of other arenA in the State.

the county rote last month to more than 42,000 gallons.up the Green Cove Spring Junior On top of this, rnpitnl outlay ahould U inoronnwl, from $140,000 t'urrent1yIusll.t'Il
approximately S per cent from the year earlier period. High School. She was crownedby
last years winner Becky ) / to if540,00(), average lncrcn of more than 284 \per rent,

The county received $5,000 as Its share of the April Campbell, who will represent These, in substance. are the primary conclusions of
race track fund distribution,'according: to State Comptroller a .,, a Clay County the Miss. Florida the "Quality Education" committee set up In January by
Ray E. Green. This. brings the distribution to the county Pageant this Jun. The scep School Superintendent Jesse P Tynes, Jr., and headedby
during the current fiscal year to a total of $212,000;' which tre (given for the first time) Matthews To A. D. Duck principal of the Green Cove Junior High
.is $14,000 more than had been distributed at this. time last was placed In her hands by School.;

year. Prlscllla Schnsrr Mare Florida, Such a program would raise ttachera' minimum start
who took! part in the pageant. Tour CountyOn ing salaries from ".250 a year about til a week '. .
Beneficiaries of the Veterans Administration may arrange This .Is slso the first time thata to 15,000 annually; and the annual expenditure' for each
to have their checks sent directly to their own Miss' Florida has attendedthe of the estimated 6.100 students next year to 1426. still substantially
banks for deposit, according to M. T. Dixon of the Florida Clay County competition Tuesday below the natloonal avenge of $483BummarUIng .
Department of Veterans Attain. A special form for this Th. fourteen entrants were: the estimates and proposed goals set In
purpose may be had by writing Dixon at Post Office Box Sandra Van ,Oundy Cheryl! a wide-ringing questlonnslrs worked out by all the county's
1437 St. Petersburg Campbell, Patricia II a n 1 I. y Prank
supervisory school personnel and analysed by
1, ::kr 7 X Paige Elaine Johnson Mellnda Olen- Sxortyka assistant finance officer of the county school
The nan Carter Patricia the shows that Clay County ranks 43d
county's 107 service establishments had total recelpts !Ii r. "x Carroll Donna Gales Janice system survey
of the State's 67 counties In the of Its
$2 4 million In 1963, an Increase among percentage
of 79
from 19M according to a report just released by the per Bureau cent SUSAN WUQCt Do Rosier, Jeanne Pangs, Su- local contribution to Its public schools More than 75 per

of the Census.The last previous! census of business covered Miss Clay Ceuotf 1961-66 (Continued.on Page ItMr cent of all local school funds come from state and federal

operations during 1951. ... ._, ?.cP\ sources
The servos UaJes in the census of business Included 7'

those. pro,.dins: personal services to Individuals: miscel. t' LIMITATIONS ON NEW MONET'
laneous business service: auto repair and other auto services
1 : and other repair services. Also Included were motion In view ef Qevenwr Harden Burn .Iform'n.d'
picture production and distribution businesses: motion picture le held all male eases si currrnl level. The Orarenllurried
theatres: other amusement and recreation services: Mrs. LeulM Smith County gas answer, Oft the
hotels and motela prospect ef raining additional funds locally for subclin

Selected service trade establishments In the county tally higher school! requirements.Mrs. .
employed 216 persons (exclusive) of owners and had a Smith said while It Wit tee early' to estimate
aJl'O'llor the year of $44) thousand The state U a whole the total property aairMmenle for the coming year, they
U. R. MATTHEWS should be doubled. ., en the average, from present ataeuedvalues.
Included 39.491 establishments with redpta of $1,4921
million. Congressman I U. K. Matthew .
T* will peak "before more than 100 She. pointed enl, as an eiample, thai one ef the -i
Invited civic; and business, Icaileri alien's great, corporation, owning 1,400 aeree ef land
SCHOOL CALENDAR In the {'ourllOll"/ annex at noon In the reunty, le currently assessed at a total I ef 111,704
1 6S0 S neal 1"hy The now aiMununl Is II 7t1... The addition! assessed e
CLAY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I Iw the principal hunlncM of Ihs value, si Ihle yesr's Inlll.,. (11140)( ) would produce spproilmaUly ;

August 19 Teachers report <>r duty ; luncheon: meeting will| devolve on fl.100 In additional.... \
August 30 Classes begin C On question| of whether the numer* What I U believed te be the largest tinkle residential
September I Labor Day Holiday A mil tgenclt In i he County Je* property In the city .. October 11 End of 6-Week period voted to medical research and sal 116004 and the o.n.r new pays s properly las ef ...*
November 11 Veterans Day Holiday : i r nx can N brought together In a than |150 a year, AM eotablUhml real palate. dealer. In
November 23 End of week period t united fund appeal.. Irene ('." she ached thai' his name net be sail told
November 25 A :26 Thanksgiving holidays The conrcMmn' ipteih wilt The f'rvorent. this proprrty abeaM bring s minimum ef
December 17 Christmas holidays begin /he In the ml
  • however )'r., smith pointed eat thai SUte law
    January 3 School reconvenes a whirlwind lour of the County thai
    January 20 End of week period will Mart at 1:31: otlmk luelay" 111.01 I 11141) allpeUUe. that evenly sethorltlee. are required
    January 21 Pupil Holiday morning, al the Keystone Vhnol le ,1'4.' .. their atll... In proportion to any ,...
    March 4 End of 6 week period Clay ('..nt, (feeler) with Ike lee ep and Patricia Carroll!! fed r, "nr-no. and wind up it }'4) thai after In s** wra.*le and further, that IM bttJ( .... such ae the
    Caster Holidays Patrku'-Parke. Htnlry ((1)) lit manic Crescent photos by John Oronrr) sans al the MnlJIchurg. Pout eoenly school budget mar be l.rellNCl more than 10
    April 111 -
    (>ffk., Pr, reel anaeally.I .
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    April 19 End of 6 week period\ -, -, (Ills schedule fur the'" dry after Mr, Mmlllh esprewrd Ihe hope that the ceanljr I

    April 21 22 Holidays for only pupils only r- I II the Mart al the Kcyifone !Vhool, I mlllag wet year weald .bo glared. le 02'o the preperty I
    June 2 Holiday for pupils follow,: owner went be crucified." I I
    I Salute ,
    June 3 Last day of school to J-M
    Keyvonc' Pout Office 9 o'clock
    June -9 La,t day of term for teachers I
    late knew PO) 941;
    110 Days for pupils Criteria used In the survey were baaed on Collier
    Set Chamber Penney Earn, PO, I II:00
    196 dan for teachers By County staiidnrdj Collier ranks fifth among the State's
    CO f 0.) IIJO:
    : .- I unchtoi, aJJreM noon 67 counties In salary and equipment eipendltures; Clay
    CLAY COCMTY STATE POLES .VICC: BaTOBT: A Salute to Johns ...nvIUe City ll.ih I 1,10 ranks 62d

    Th Florida Forest Service, Clay County Unit, has dinner will b-i given by the OP f. n 2:JOOn Estimated Increases In expenditures range from a
    rilessxi Its fire occurs nee report for the month of March Cay: County (..mbar .)f Commerce lnH' P. 0. II: It 5013 per tent Increase asked In expenditures for school

    Number of lira 39 Number of Ares last year, same within the next few M?Jj:.t-ure ,.'0, 14)ConMmin ; librsrle! and sudlo-visusl materials. (from 117,000 to
    tertoi 18, Aft burned 111.4. Acm burned' last year weeks. Mjiilw**' ofllct IIO:, GO'; to a ISO per cent rise being sought In ad-
    tame print 14*?. Averse rainfall for County 1..1,-. This. was announced Tuesday announced hit week he will beSvaitaMe ministration: coats (from 157.000 to 107,000),
    Avcrsti nl'f il) fw Ciuntr siaJ perio lut rest301'. night following a meeting of "today and. cm Monday for The two btg-gat Incrcaite/ sought are approximately:
    the directors of the Chamber 1400,600 of additional) funds
    County n-n'e-. T, It Rarer. aJvlsfd. Although there ronhrtnct In his Otlimvills. office for capita] outlays and 1560,*
    In the QuJ-& Sara Hotel.JobrorMasv1O. coo for faculty: supervisory: and principals' salaries. To-
    has barn a-eple ill if if, caverns cvtlcnaeM with fires has J .
    cuxuUves Ira re'hey lh prevailed. Evryon: should be extra careful with fire la Mir Clay CnJI.,. Becky' CasspfccR (....U.) sad L e)I bring contacted to determine cm*, of the tout estlmsted comprise' more than 1a per
    or afar Uw wo.s.* (11'..... M'. CeagealaCly Tteeila.. sr ....... Mere the date moot ccn cru en& to Purth-r addition fund
    Increase
    from
    A tkey leak part l. the parafe Bittrdy ..rwI --., thm.Tbs. CUT COUNTY 16,400 to more than 143000
    b "
    rou/ht fo
    -aux Vary ifni>>. which comprise salariesof
    Chamber's board went COVgTUOCLIlOCggNew 1)11)I) oMirl 1I'no.: ".. sttsndanee worttn (In tru- Jlattetr
    I on record as favortnt repeal hour* at the Clay worm! etc ..fIn
    Job Corps Set To Name New List of Training Centers of the federal rUM tax on County Courthouse starting s ftkCown! of the ..
    .
    telephone calls However. It survey, ttu followlnlg ealcgo-
    April IS ;
    art rise: require! Increases
    A wonre/i lob Coop trateieg d-Jtral Job training center, one of 4un g ibi Rm yrai of till fob nil another It jam. If the program will ask of Me I.I* of Southern 6:30 a m. 4Mpm: ss shown U the table below:

    awes si SL P:e ntmrg i II ow: of which mar. be located la Greta Of.,.' opcraiioM.. with the. e mr 10 rbaa. ccnt-n sow projnmatod Cant or Camp kMandiag, will traia puing to 100.000 is the second may be l ferred thai anotheracvcn lines la the Or en Con .".10 Cloe.d on Bat'jrliy clmt.ni c.'arl.!*, books,
    by tae Offkj;. of Economic: Opportoajty. dtroRoc hi coaurucbo of camp- year Ae;aMmg w Dr 01. S *fie-\ lo U 'InJiMlriaJ. lrwm tj ceo that Mcphom& urn hi the, All offices will remain supplies, "0,i
    'area ad not pay the exorbitant
    Tbs row! FVmds cnur.to gnmad sad pica C afce*. property hay director of the Job Corp hers will bs annouaccd in tat com- even durtra. the noon hour Operation of ,
    ton plant
    rhanrrs now In effect. 124,000
    be opcrsted ly die PiacIU kM ourvere. road aoJ wen sad ant former chancellor of the Vmverwly ,fag weci. *. aUooo 0..7fdnl.nue
    ,
    The board nan> d a commit- oars
    Cooory toed of pub i: io reo qiaioinictkia, eroxoai sad. ire bas of North Caroliae, an oauu Is additMMi to the lo type of to. corainaint' Shaw su ., or plant .uoo 10,000 070uutlary
    lion: wd have a mix-mum of JOG aid n uclioII. etc. wrvry will he Mode si Green M''Corp lea aNg crater*, there / trvlc" "Mu-
    p.r1nt'ndor the Oren Cove have cost Burlington! Industries
    roonj wcoca brtweee the ages of How dw etfaMnhmrnt e/the St. Co..'. iaduoinal paik before Ihe are other area in whet _....- Sprints Y'sn Compaay. aid thousands of dollar and, on d"'ft'"' lnnslort.tlon.
    16 I sad: 21.. Pcienbari enter win affect the cad of ihMewMh.Ibe .. lie. or chic grmp.. (Board of Dr. IUian J cues .. cfcamx ef Grceai C.. BlaedX lob hosed of fixed; ,
    Aifcfiurully.; 7J ether e or Corp coMervetjoe center Coustfy CommMokMwr. preeidrnt. to work on socwiafsafetuada out, the Ore Cote Yam Con charges IUOO 34,500 13
    beta cbowa for Joe Corp eomcr- .bed .for Meatnel Job Corp ready .. ofrrauoo or seoiuncd > Pvfclic JIIfU1I .... (tea) may )o eie tt line electrle pow. pany pays about the same eUcirlcal Total Current bp.ndJ.
    vat eeeen No Florida SM ... Irviaieg ........ .covld eel be . wifl laic care ef I0.0TOye the PrtoMieel Juba,..'* wUefcenUivl '" er furnbhod 'In Oren, Cove by bin It .le paid by DortlnfIon's lures $11'.00 3,736.000 41'
    yet bee as see.d se Ihts caiesory. hared by The Creatcej this week. aaioi .n ill rwal Iratetag wori. ( war oe .penny, Scene of JckonrUk's m i lrtpl power Hlcb Point
    Then coeaervtrM ccejer AppoximMdy 40.800 y.,Mgi Iaeheiaiob rrainrog I'W"' .hew are I hired brlowiConUntsed : company, Xi.m: 'f'''wn' otfa... al t which h." twice as much machinery Tad Papaws god 1.3211.000 2.071.000 10.'
    enHcaaxialTy smaner dial Oe .bv yea sad ___i ca*) be enroflod steady ao n me.< will. *.> on page Eight) the Oreen Cove Yarn Company 1s I it. Transfers





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    Gtountg Crescent! JJotlifefeer I' Anyone For Calvary? i DQW( irIBIE I LAWI

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    "*NAT .IS lOOD'POll CUT .II OOD POI "'I'ClucnT"- .'
    ;,By DUNOAN G. GRONER i By Sheriff Jennings :Mwrhe
    1 DUNCAN OOLDTHWAJTI 6RONER-EDITOR AND ,PUBLISHER By
    Tall-riders auto drivers who stay
    ELIZABETH LEONARD gHONER ... SECRETARY No one will suppose that the $800,000 desperately neededto
    uncomfortably close to the car ahead
    DR. GEORGE
    P.
    .... ''IHe. upgrade the county's public achool HOWARDDr.
    PUILIIHID EvtiiT THUMDAT BY CWICMT : system a program only dangerous
    . are not ; they'rebreaking
    P. o. tot tit t ao minimal it will even then not put ua on equality with
    GREEN Covi SMIINM. no.IDA.d) the national average If ''going to bf miraculously,.pro. swirling snow.. Where was he the law.
    TntFHONl CCS 184-9168 duced overnight. ., going? Why home df course! The law says the driver of a motor
    aieoo CUM KniKtt rut AT .nu. Con tranrat, FIOIIM A had vehicle shall not follow another vehicle
    new apartment bulildlng
    There are statutory inhibitions against
    any such crash
    SUBSCRIPTION RATES closely THAN, IS RESON-:
    Just been built the other more
    on
    ONE TEAR IN ADVANCE ..... ..... ...., . .. MO programs; there is Haydon Burns' hold-the-line tax policy AND PRUDENT, having due regard
    TWO YEARS IN ADVANCE! .uu..u..u . &*. (he needs to be reelected two years from now); and there mid of the tracks Light ABLE
    the speed of such vehicles and
    streamed from many windows.And for
    is even a local will to reelection that manifests Itself Inan
    I saw a mother and two the traffic upon and the condition of
    unwillingness to
    "crucify" the local taxpayers The obvious
    Boomtown question is: where Is the money for this program children at one of the windows the highways.
    coming from waving a welcome to the man How close Is REASONABLE. AND
    Who had left the train.. 4 PRUDENT
    Local sources now contribute only 23 cents of everydollar
    The Etanding-room-only meeting of the Green Cove spent on educating our more than 5,000 county public Calvary A way station on The State Drivers Handbook published .

    City Commission last week was symptomatic of the boom- school students This contribution puts us way down the the way home! "In my Father by the Florida Dept of Public

    town atmosphere that has suddenly , and happily . line amoong the state's 87 counties in the percentage of house are many rooms; if it Safety says with respect to "reasonable and prudent"that
    hit Green Cove '(See the lead paragraph In "As A Matterof local pay-out. were* not so, would I have told "a good rule to follow when the condition of the

    Fact). But it would be tragic folly I believe, If we try to shove you that I go to prepare a road, vehicle and driver are good 1* one car length,for
    place for ? .'. that where
    Th commissioners were asked to rezone a city block this one under the rug and forget It. If a first rate college Howard you each 10 miles per hour you are traveling. Example: At

    for business purposes ? a badly needed shopping center. graduate in Education can get a job in another county at .X am you may be also. 50 miles an hour, stay about five car length )behind the
    When I was a student at Easter) Resurrection! Loved In bad weather this
    They were asked to rezone other property for ,business a starting salary of $5,000 A year or more why In the name car in front of you" Obviously .
    Northwestern University I used ones waiting for usl I would be greater.
    purposes. They heard that a group of men headed by Dr. of thunder would he (or she) come to Clay County at "reasonable. and prudent" distance
    to go "a-courtlng" in Chicago There .la than darkness accidents If drivers adhere to
    more be less
    will
    something like $81 week The There
    obvious
    a ia
    Doran Yelton Is Interested In acquiring some 35 acres at very answer theydon't
    the east'rn edge of the city's Industrial park for a badly. . unless they have a compelling! desire to live here and usually returned rather around Calvary. It looks like these rules. If the car in front of you is forced to stop
    late at night to Evanston. (a the place where the worldsbest less than a "reasonable and pnJdent"apace
    with father and are
    a or mother or aunt or husband. quickly you
    needed housing development. They were asked to approvea .
    weakness
    characteristic of
    gentlemen burled.
    hope was behind him it could cause serious consequences
    The simple tragic fact is can't
    produce
    you
    plat comprising the old St. Elmo Hotel property for quality who go courting! Halfway
    But Calvary could not hold
    students with
    underpaid teachers Inadequate libraries
    another of fine homes ,
    group between Chicago and the '
    Jesus. down
    Light streams
    upon
    non-exlstant Science laboratories and buildings that
    On Dec 31, 1964 The Crescent said editorially: "This substandard. are University there was a little that place of sorrow, bringing
    (1964) has been a year of great progress We face a year ,station where the elevated
    hope and showing the
    The result is that 50 cent of way '
    of tremendous promise. per our high school graduates train would stop on signal. It home. BUD'S GATE STATION
    are going on to college an 50 cent
    per are going
    called
    Green Cove was Calvary because the
    Our started with the return to
    progress either into military service or into some trade The growing Part of Calvary was a gar
    of Burlington Industries: the breakthrough toward In. supervisory needs of our new industry will be filled in most prominent thing there. den. Do you remember: "In
    was a cemetery Calvary Roman r.im: !] TELEviSION
    dustrialization occurred when John Hall sold to Johns. Jacksonville Orlando Atlanta and elsewhere. And our Catholic Cemetery. A the place where Jesus was crucified -
    than 100 acres of land Just
    Manville Corporation more there was a garden"John,1S:41)
    native youths will keep on enlisting In one of the military trainman would come into the
    south of the city. ( : )T Not only love
    services
    car and call out "Calvarynext will/ be giien away!
    is to deeply and sincerely convince Bur and light that welcome us, buta
    Our job now Before he left for Tallahassee State Representative Anyone for Calvary
    6 P.M.
    lington and Johns-Manville; Climate and McCormack and Louis Huntley was talking about a local bill that would I often wondered who would garden! Exactly like life! In DRAWING( APRIL 17th -

    those others who will be In shortly that we are far more put a tax on public utilities in the county: telephones, electric get out at that desolate placeIn every place where we endure Register with us now/ -

    interested In accomodatlng ourselves to their needs than power etc. This would be I believe a highly unpopular the night There were no hardship and disappointment, Phone IS4-9I5

    we are in keeping our little town little . socially If not measure though it must be said that Huntley Is correct in homes or residences nearby. In flowers can be made to grow. Orange Aw. and Cove Street GREEN COVELet's
    otherwise . then promise will continue to manifest itselfIn thinking it' would hit everyone in the county including 'the daytime: I could understand It was in that garden thatJesus'
    broken body was laid. It
    progress those who buy their food at a military commissary and 'its stopping for someone might in
    was that
    same garden that
    The name "Blue Chip Springs" Is attributed to Dr those who buy their clothes in Jacksonville. It would be 'be going to visit a grave But

    Russell Jensen Whoever Invented it, It Is becoming more unpopular. I believe because most of us feel that local 'in the night .- I oak"The
    apt every day. electric power rates are already too high and that South. Dr. Ch.rlesRa, Ooff who night was dark and the

    ern Bell is already making too much money and giving too for 19 years was minister of shadows spread
    little service (The Bradford County Chamber of Commercelast the Chicago Temple and an Far as the eye could see; I

    week was on recoord as protesting Southern Bells old friend of mine, was recalling I stretched my hand to the t

    Governmental Impudence service and charges), many Interesting experiences human Christ,
    And he walked In the dark
    In and around Chicago !
    Barring a statewide sales tax on groceries earmarked
    (From the Ney York Herald-Tribune) for educational purposes, which I believe would be the as we met recently In Out of with the me.darkness t1Dance!
    MiamI. He used to we came
    return to
    least painful of any method; a local tax on Industrial cut j at length
    Presumably those urging health warnings on all cigarette the University late at night
    timber it to would
    seems me, produce the funds that are Our feet
    packages and !in all cigarette ads mean to protect the needed whenever he had an evening on the dawnwarmsod.

    public against itself though it's somewhat unclear Just meeting in Chicago. He also .
    I have
    been
    lately bombarded with talk and written ,
    And
    I knew
    what the warnings could be expected to accomplish There propaganda favoring the big pulpwood producers wondered who would want to his wonderous by the light in L&T Bar & Grille
    (get off in the darkness eyes
    can't be many smokers wh? haven't already heard about "They will cut their timber and leave," Is the constant ,night at that of the That I walked with the

    the evidence linking cigarettes to lung cancer; If they keepon rejoinder of those who would not add another penny of "But one place bleak of winter death Son of God" 10 mi. S. (teen] Cove; V/s mi. N. Putnam Co. line
    smoking as most do, it's because they choose to Ignore tax to the big pulpwood producers. "
    night
    ; he
    said "When
    the evidence or to take their chances One of them holding something like 43000 acres of i trainman called out the FRIDAY and SATURDAY

    The Senate Commerce Committee has been hearing land in the county this year paid a tax of under 45 cents an Anyone for Calvary, a'Cal-vary man got I Say You Read It in UtUltU/ by THE COUNTRY BOYS
    urgings that the requirement be written into law; and acre. One of their friends told me the cost of their plantation UP turned
    the
    up collar of his
    Federal Trade Commission chairman Paul Dixon maintains and maintenance over a period of 20 years and their i coat and walked out into the TIIF PUKSCKNT Robert, Billy, George and Eddio

    that if It isn't, he Intends to enforce on July 1 a proposed taxes, runs to something like $33 an acre: At' the end of 20

    FTC rule requiring manufacturers to "disclose clearly and years the timber sells for nearly three times that amount

    prominently in cigarette advertising/ and labeling that cigarette Not a bad Investment. It even pays for the land so that !in

    smoking Is dangerous to health and may cause death 20 years they'll get It at no coat So good, I would say

    from cancer and other diseases they'could afford to pay three times the tax they are pay- ,
    Ing.
    This would have the effect of requiring that cigarette
    manufacturers actively, at their own expense In all of their Someone's got to pay the price If we lag behind and
    wait for the federal government to pick up the tab Make
    advertising campaign against the use of their products. Your Dream Car
    for 85 or 90 per cent of the coat of educating our local
    Those who regard cigarette. (or advertising) as an unmitigated
    youngsters, the local labor market will be worse than it
    might applaud this but it also
    evil instinctively ;
    :
    is All instead
    now of a percentage of our high school
    amounts to wagging an admonitory Federal finger at the graduates will be in uniformPLEASE. .
    would-be buyer each time he looks at a cigarette ad of picksup

    a cigarette pack And therein lies the flaw in the argument

    of those who compare the proposed rule of the label. A

    ing of poisons or warnings against overdoses of medicines.

    The intent and effect of the Utter are to inform; the pur- Reality'a

    may claim is to admonish And, quite apart from other

    pose of the proposed cigarette rule whatever Its proponents

    objections) to the rule this strikes us as a mite too much !

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    I MRS. ELLIOT HEADS Wilson Mcdonald WILLIAM CALLINGS

    Clay Memorial : O-!. WOMANS CLUB Graveside services for William ;
    For March 1965'Mamie I Hospital Auxiliary Theodore Stallings, 48 years old
    Mn. Luke Elliott was named Weds On Fcb. 20 .'
    t retired Navy chief boa w.i. *
    president of ,the Orange Park male who died lark week at |he
    Holds General and Luncheon Woman iti annual elections
    Bernice Williams, born I James Cunningham, Route 2, Meeting Club at NAS hospital, were held Sundayin
    March I. 196'10 Mr. and Mrk Box 98, Green Cove Springs, last week.; Russell Baptist Church ceme-
    Lewis Lee Williams 1906 Rail- wgt 7 Ibs. Seas (Negroid) The new president and other
    road Avenue, Orange Park, wgt Lois Leann Scum born March new officers will be installed at a tery.A native of Colorado, he had
    6 Ibs. 3 ozs. (Negroid) 19, 1965 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack luncheon meeting to be held at lived in Green Cove since 190.
    Charles Leroy Falana Jr., .born Phillip Sum Route 2. Box 310, II:30 o'clock;\ on May 6 at the His wife Mrs Eleanor Stalling,
    March 2. 1965 to Mr. and Mrs. Green Cove Springs, wgt Tibs. Timuquana Club. Lunch will cost has operated Mitchell's Seafood
    Charles Leroy Falana. Orange- Kimberlee Faye Harris, born $250 plus drinks Reservationsmay Market for a number of year
    dale Route Box 2)5, Green March 20, 1965 to Mr. and Mrs be made through Mrs. Jack Besides his wife, he leaves his
    Cove Springs, wgt 7 Ibs Kennel Curtis Harris Mahamma t+' R.J Shea at 264-9129 or Mrs. Walter mother, Mrs. Eunice Beaver, 'of .1
    Mary Ann Henson born March 4, Bluff Road, Hibernia Route, i Weaver, at 264-6717. Denver; and a sister, Mrs Frances:
    1965 to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar: Green Cove Springs, wgt. Tibs r1"t Other new officers named art: Core, of Grand! Junction Colo. '
    HellIOn, Route 1, Box 35, Green Box s Mrs. Weaver first vice: 'president, Pall bearers were Jack Day, Earl ''
    : Cove Springs, wgt. 6 Ibs. 16 ozs. John Anthony Blocker. born Mn Earl Stanford second vice Harris, Joe Marcy J. C. Hoi- l
    John Keith Taylor, born March March 24. 1965 to Mr. and Mrs president; Mrs Earl F. Bryan, comb, James L Shearer and H D. }
    ,. 196' to Mr. and Mr*. Viletui John Henry Blocker, Green Cove .1'c,, ,SJ' ,' recording secretary; Mrs. R. Dudley .' Daughter. "j
    Odell Taylor Route I I. Box 62 Springs, wgt 6 Ibs. Kitib.h corresponding secretary Helm Funeral Home was in
    Green Cove Spring, wgt 7 Ibs. Bryan Keith Hatch born March Jr ; Mrs. Alvin Jaiobsen treasurer charge of arrangements
    9 ors 27. 1965 (o Mr. and Mrs. Keith A ; Mrs. George lawhead parliamentarian

    Douglas Joel Raggins, born March Owen Hatch Route 2. Box 268, I ; Mrs. Hoyt Cotney .CARD OF THANKSWe .
    15, 1965 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green Cove Springs, wgt I Ibs. + r t" auditor and Miss Flena Trayan, wish to thank our friends
    Lewis Raggins. Orangedale Rt., ) on.Angela chaplain neighbors and relatives for their
    Green Cove Springs, wgt. 7lbs. Jeanne Jones, born March Mr 4 Members were asked to bring kind expressions of sympathy during >

    7 ozs. (Negroid) 27. 1965 to Mr and Mrs. John + h 4, ,, f trading stamps (S4H) Plaid, etc.) Mr and Mrs: ,lames. E. McDonald the Ion of another loved one,
    Bruce Guntell Cunningham, born Lewis Jones, Orange Park, wgt to the May meeting. These will be i of MiJdleburg:'announcethe Hiram Taylor from our family
    March 17, 196.5 to Mr. and Mrs 6 Ibs. ) on A used to purchase; two coffee urns circle on March; 16th. We are grate
    I r marriage of their daughter,
    Proceeds from the Christmas ful for the wonderful food provided
    Sandra Uayle to Peter Samuel
    bazaar and rummage sale will be for the beautiful
    flowers
    , Wilson ion of Mr and Mrs Guy
    used toward purchase of new visits and most of all for their
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    II Wilson of Atlanta, on February
    chinaware and members of the i To the
    prs>ers. our own pastor
    ! club decided to purchase new card 1:0. i Rev Cecil Carter, Black: Pond
    You are invitedTo tables Mill McDonald was graduated I Baptist Church, to the Rev. W.W.
    Mrs. R. Carter from Clay High School: and is a
    Timothy was I I Bishop, our brother-in-liw and
    Junior at Shorter College In Rome,
    welcomed member.
    as a new uncle and to the Rev, Connie
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    ate I Georgia I Johnson, who were always so clone
    share ences: with the hospital at slate Mr Wilson was graduated 'from I when we needed them moil. To all

    I I Pictured shin are member ef Clay Me llyUn, Wallet Keller, Parolee Shutter level. Following, then was a question Sylvan High School: In Atlanta. and i the minister of the gospel who
    medal Hospital Aaillisry wits. were Aane Lee Wilbur. Back ....1 Meadamee and answer period! In which it presently attending Georgia came with prayer and Christian
    ; EASTER Sunday ."capped" the general meeting last weeks| Charge Helm." E. C. Wlbon. JaUan White, many Interesting points were Slit College, where he ii majoring I fellowship and to the pallbearers
    i I They are let raw left et right MeadamceElweod Lacllle Turner, AW Davis, Gynel Gobson. brought out In business administration I for the reverence: of their service.To .
    ...b"". ,,, Barbara tporrow, Clara The club room war decorated by After a wedding trip to Jamaica each and everyone we can only
    Mrs. In In June the couple will reside in "Thank You" from the bottomof
    Faster
    .. . Madylyn Myers an
    Mn. I say
    By Walltr Kelley Mrs. Lucille Mrs
    Hyland Turner Hospital board member and pail Atlanta.
    I motif Mrs Lucille: Turner was In our hearts.
    4.. <) The Clay County Hospital Aux Dorothy Kelley, Mm Catherine President of Fish" Memorial Hospital
    ": charge of selling up the tables.TM : Mrs. Hiram Taylor, wife
    ; iliary members and guest held their Drompp Mrs. Paralee SlaufTer, Auxiliary of New Smyrna
    luncheon was prepared by,, Mrs. WG. "'ount.in.daullhter .
    : annual general meeting and luncheon Mrs. Helen Wilion. Mrs. Barbara Beach: "Mrs. Marshall' Is presently Mrs( Cora Lee Johnson and served RETIRED TEACHERS TO
    I last Wednesday April 7th, at Morrow, Mrs. Martha White, Mrs serving as, second vice presidentof MEET IN STARKEA
    by the following: Mrs. Gordon I Claude Taylor son
    : the VIA building Mrs. Julian'T. Flossie Podevsik. Mrs. Kathlcei the Association of Fonda Slate
    of the Bradford
    i FirstMethodistChurch Craig Mn A. D Duck Mn meeting Clay
    Davis and Mrs. Gynel Dobson Auxiliaries. She
    White president spoke
    presided briefly on
    and Union retired leathers
    I Pansy Quigley, and Mrs Carolyn County t AUTOIAFFSLm'
    The Rev. Gordon Craig give the Mrs. Martien Helm, Second Viet the'organisation and Improvementof Cowart. will be held on April |19, al 9.10AM
    Walnut and l Palmetto Street i devotional which war an Inspire President expressed her thanks lo &the auxiliary; and her expertV Special guests wen Mrs John ., In the Recreation Iliiilding

    Green Cove Spring Florida lion to all the Pink Ladies all the special committees for Jobs Nash" a life member and Mrs of the Urn Methodist Church In
    $ : Mrs. Madylen Myers first vice well done this Mrs. Helen
    year W. M. Wright of New Smyrna Slir...
    TV I president "presented 300 hour pins Wilson, ways and means chairman Beach. Mrs. l-utch announces that Mrs
    to Mrs: Martein Helm Mrs. Mir- announced that TAO'DAY
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    There lIt'illlIe a District Meetingand Grate Stevens and Dr A R Meadare
    9.4: : Sunday Church Sdiool Jorie Johnson and Mrs. G>n-l' will be May Rth and would like luncheon at Duval Health cipciled: to be present

    11.-00 TinKanter: Service Dobton 100 hour pins were pre- volunteers for this money raising Center In Jacksonville on April It Ii hoped that, ai many as can
    tented to Mrs. Helen: Wilson Mrs. protect! Contributions this year I 22nd If Interested. please contact will plan to 'be" pretent Those
    Martha While and Mrs Carla will go toward equipment for the Mrs Julian T, White for reserva members In Green Cove and u
    Dameron. These ladies are to be new addition and the complete tions. Orange Path Interested In transportation
    GORDON'; X. en.\10 MtnttterTeloliono ; commended for their devoted service furnishing of a room for patientsIn .t By: Mrs Waller C. Kelley are asked to phone Mrs a EV/H'"

    ) :284-M71! ; the new wing Publicity Chairman IJva 1.-21".9719.
    | Mrs. Annie Lee Wilbur capped The guest speaker was Mrs. Geo r The man who has to depend
    the following members: Mrs Clara Marshall a former Florida Slate TIC ; Yw NwNAMMIMI11MrMIIIAIINNIIlA1M INM111111N111111 on his car, want
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    t :. ; t New Licensed Nursing Home That why more folk are
    94 Hour Nursing Care for Aged rtiylnir on LaRut Service
    l RegIstered, Licensed NameItrtpreef Station for all their auto
    AlrCendllloiwdH nade
    Mrs JaUaa White (eI.l&I.) > ) RatteWe
    preeldrnt .f the Clay Me Invite Your Inspection LARDE'SHCKVICK '
    lII.rlalll.lIal Auxiliary and 1'1 South Celley Road
    Mrs Grant Marshall, guest BUrke, Florida : STATION' .
    Attend speaker at the lunchren.
    Phone tll-llll
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    I'AOI FOUB (Stay County! CQrcsecnt THtlllSDAY, AntIL 15, late




    i EASTER treat Easter NIGHT Night SERVICEA Service I SocialsMr Wins Road-eo; Job Corps Set To Name Board Of Health Notes


    April his been designated la being planned at the First ]
    Ramsey
    and Mrs Donald
    Continued from Page 1) In
    Nation Fleet Reserve Asso. Baptist Church'in Oreen Cove are spending a two week I ( 5 Rare Disease 1964Five

    elation month. This or imitation Springs, with :the Piedmont "
    vacation in Tennessee the
    I of ((3) involve
    .Is dedicated te all career Bible College Chorale participating The Work-training Program, causes poverty; and rare diseases were noted In' jog dormant in human tissue for
    in developing
    themselves
    enlisted and retired Naval and This singing group Is operated by the Manpower ,Administration poor Florida in 1964, the State Boardof I 23 yean. The parasite enters the
    Miss Marsha Turner, daughter of the Dept. of Labor, operating the program; and ((4)! A
    Marine Corps personnel Any* composed of about 20''young I of Mr. and Mrs. D C. Turner A work experience administer and coordinate the program Heallh'eaid today body through the skin and infects

    on. eligible to Join, or for people. They will present"The who is presently practice provides full or parttlme for through some public or private Dr. Clarence M Sharp directorof the liver and bladder. It cannot be
    and training youths
    further Information see Hoi- Life of Christ" in sonic and teaching in Brunswiiclc, Oa"spent or a combination : the boards Bureau of Prevent I transmitted from human to human
    between the of 16 and 21. non-profit agencies ,
    comb, Club Manager, Branch scripture. The service will begin the week-end with het f age basis of'them.Asaistance able Diseases, said two of them The board, is conducting i

    No. it. Route 1C, Green COT at 7:SO pm., April 18th, and parents Miss Turner attends ,T 4 J Operated on a local under "mirr.nt reported for the first time were state-wide study to determine if
    the direction of a State, County,, : for agricultural
    Sprints or call Oscar Vlegelmann. the public \is cordially Invited. Georgia Southern College toxoplasmosn (toxo-plas-MO'-sit), domestic: snails can propagate the
    a nonprofit and their families
    municipal ae ncy. or by workers
    28&.9518.Ady. You will be blessed as you listen > would a very damaging disease caused disease. All investigations so far
    organization. .the program (a.ln. authorities lay, this '
    to this fine singing Edsell Buen and carried indicate the woman s case was
    group Major who returned placet youngsters in work include dairy worken). This program by a microscopic parasite not

    h h R Joe Olachea, Pastorenauawsrw.ec from a years ''cur of I I in hospitals, schools, libraries, I operated by the Office: of by rodents dogs cats, twine acquired in Florida. s
    duty in Korea last 40.:k Is I cattle, sheep, goats, chickens and -
    courts, parke and playeroundltThe : Economic Opportunity provide LMAIt ROTIOC
    ,, ____,.. _. .
    ''' IN'SEND. .1 spending a leave with his family other mammals; and tchistosomiasis -
    at Magnolia Springs Apartments Community Action Program grants loans and loan guarantees (schis-to-so-MI. uh.ais), alsoa
    municipalities LEGAL NOTICE
    to assist States, counties or
    operated by the Community
    before reporting/ to hit
    snails
    for special needs in housing parasitic: disease carried by Notice I la harabr Liven that
    Action division of the Office' of .
    next assignment in Norfolk, Va. .
    and never reported as originatingin tha CIa County Zoning Comm
    II Economic! Opportunity, provide financial sanitation, education and the stun will hold a Fublio Hmnng J
    for local: anti- day care of children. the United States. on Thursday April II anus al .
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrewswere support The others were typhus fever, a 1:00: o'clock p.m.. In th. County
    ,
    urban'and Adult basic education
    poverty campaigns in program Connnlulon Chamber of the
    in Miami last week
    where
    operated by the Commissioner of flea-borne, infection-causing organism CUy County Courtbouo. drrrn
    rural area and among migrant .
    they attended the Florida Library Coy gprlnci Florida for the
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    'Oar)' Wl Ise, representingthe workers (dairy worken come under Education. Dept. of Health Educa which once was a serious purpoa. of b..rlllir objection
    Association meetingwhich in Florida but which has If any to (Mirinc' a permit
    Green Cove Sprints la, tion and Welfare provides assistance problem to
    this ) Possible
    was held at the Ever category projects comply with Section 1. and Sec
    sees at the District Road.0 -!- in local: anti-poverty programs to states for,special programs almost disappeared with vigorous tlon S. Paragraph 1.11 of Art!.
    glades Hotel from Wednesday
    this EASTER through Saturday at Daytona: Beach last include: remedial reading of literacy instruction. anti-rat campaigns; Zoning rte XVI Regulation of the Clay. namely County' to

    Saturday won first place In literacy Instruction, Job training Employment and Investment incentives Tnchnosis (trickNO -sis), vas. the following described
    Plants Flowers Gifts the district contest; On Mar homemaker caused by larvae of a parasitic property for a Trailer Park;
    employment counseling, : Program under the opera For a point of beginning.
    I 7th he will participate In the nematode carried by hogs and commence at the liE corner of
    Arrangements Corsages service. Job development tion of the Small Business Administration -
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    t as.
    Sec TWP
    Range 13E
    Mate rontest at Btrtow. Fred
    fromMadylen's TRY A SMALL AD vocational rehabilitation, health provides loans of up many wild animals and acquiredby thence run Wt alone the
    Canstle Is In charce of this southerly line cf said
    I man if he eats improperly. 8ao
    services etc. Federal assistance ((90 to $23,000 for small businesses not
    Tai feet: thenc at right angle.
    I program, for the OCS Jay* p-r: cent for'the Ant two yean; eligible under other loan programs. cooked meat of infected animal; turn and run North 410 reef .
    Flowers cees.' thnre at right anile. turn and
    Psittacosis (ahCO' -sis),
    50 after that These include retail and service
    FOR per cent ) depend : run Eaet 400 fee ti! thence at J
    upon a community's determinationto enterprises employing three or fewer commonly called parrot fever but right and turn and run South .
    400 Green St. Green Cove Springs to* feet: thence tarn and run
    Say Yb:i Read It, in (I) mobilize it! own public: persons such: as filling It stations in the single case reported believedto FaeU lie feet to the kaiterljr

    Phone 284-3814 and private resources; ((2)) develop restaurants drug stores, barber have been acquired from pi line of laid See.I thtnce turn.
    BIG
    RESULTS
    We Wire Plotters Free Delivery THE ,CRESCENT, programs of sufficient scope and shops cleaning shops, furniture geons. It is carried by some birds and rcn Un.South of said alone Bee?the 100 Eaetarty feet

    xwwe_..,".,. "".'11I1" "__"__,_""'._,,. size! that to eliminate the etc. and domestic fowl. .. ,. promise movers lying and being In Be?. I. t
    -- --- The three cases of typhus -: .. .
    -- --- spparently TWP ilL Ran* HE. <'I..
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    originated in Florida and County: Florida,
    All oartlM In Intereat and I
    Dr. Sharp said even this relatively I Htlwna shall have. as apportunt .
    small number indicates the battle ''V to be brtrO aV paid Itme and
    Mac..
    against rats must contiau. I Clay County Zoning CoramlinlnnBri '
    I I Jamee E. Crowl t
    The
    trichnosli
    ,, rY two cuts were Chairman
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    traced to raw hamburger In the

    United States, three outbreaks I NOTICI 01 LffilSLATION r
    TO WHOM IT MAY CONCtlNt
    were reported. Notice I U hereby >... laHMloaapply in
    ;:About the only thing newer than the Little is known about toxoplasmosis. -i .* Hi. lute teitle. .f tilt '''''Id.

    , Dr. Sharp said "Ita lafltlatur for p.u.f* el a* etr.. .
    ,. 111 r mode of transmission to man is I."..
    J
    '65 Pontiacs 'isthe t ? t unknown. In fact humans may be M.kill I. N to*.k MlA ..ulltl. Aa Ac r.l,tl.. *. .

    place you buy them. giving it to animals. We do know Clay needy. based .. pvklla (nitric. <<

    *+ that it causes fever; brain eye. Nee: ........'.1.. tfce koerd el peblkIetncNec
    ' /'17 / liver, kidney or other dam- el Clay cmaty H .*.*. !Debsere
    organ
    R-- .. . .a a a. .1/wee . : 1I' e _--- ._.t, fer troop Iuse.eoe far I... (
    -.I.. -- _ : "te rding to where it local:
    ; shin fled
    : *mplyat cud) Heir dapa I
    _.. The single case was" reported doifl who a molester| of teackeri and.
    -' In Dade County. ....,.Street el Clip seedy .may ..*. }
    f No cases of schistov>mia is I I. lama el lack plan: prevldln foe
    ...trlk..llo.i ky t.. board te pfamlwmprwrldlne ;
    f fI ft have been reported as originatingin
    aa .'''.'l.* alat.
    Florida but the disease is often I e

    I seen in Puerto Rican visitors and NOTICI Of LieiSLATION 1

    r migrants Three TO WHOM IT MAT CONCtINH
    case were re
    I. No. ill.
    ported last In two there was
    year
    t .
    A kill te ke "Ntl.d Aa Act ralatUf *
    no question but that the .
    / a origin Clay twos. des stated; creatlaf ace
    I was outside the United States The ty des Nod. ..d ,...1"'.* fer t*.

    I third was diagnosed in a womanwho admlilitratleo. and insure ef laid
    pwod: ......41.' ler let: *jr*Mla! .*
    came to Florida 13 I yean ago lifetime dateNOTICI .
    i and who dented mating any trips| _

    iI out of the country. The 'tdisease. O* IMTINTION TO APPLY

    I however, his been reported as I lyCooper's POI LOCAL 01 trICIAL U ltUTION
    SOCKS It karaky flan Mar. ka
    j ..oarilajaa*' UtaaaH. t* apply t* Ika
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    I ytis ; & > *f tilt Data *f Horl** dIN
    ? s ""' fi ay 'aP I .
    4, 'rdJk? ; / hwy A ;.fitAv til ne.l..near..r Mi luff4Mtla *-
    I T"0'F and ,...... *.t local *r .,..1.1 .
    tiyt .1.1.11. rlat, .* .* Hi. CrM florHt I
    1 m l y, 1 '' l C Cto C..I Na>lcjatl*. DUtrlct' *. amanCIk .
    +S r .k ailttlatj. .....,.. r.l.Nee H III.I. .

    j\t + tt : FLOWERS Len sed cllacH' .l ran spec all
    I II t tr k enable, 5rgeY witkl'' Hi. DliMctSOAIO Ii
    "Fur Par.cnalle.dSarre. or COMMIISIONIIS ofCtoss
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    I I -eI Corsages NOTICE or S)....OUTI CT (1I

    I v Pursuant of Juttimant of For
    Cut Flowers failure nlar4 bj the I'I'UI
    I lourt of ('I., Count. Florid I,
    i I'ntttd I'lanN! r.on. the (th day of April lies. !}

    em.. un l ('hn,..'... i.dnnr KUn
    Potttry I, < lilvnlirttatlon Numh 1..1
    A nests. Tula Number Illlil ar dI'
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    1 1t The undrralajnad Clerk of Ih
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    1i I II IIV Wire; Plotters Circuit Court In and frr "I.
    iTounlr. Florida' will .11 at Put J
    lie Outrrr at tko North Fret 1:I

    I 1 1 1I 410 X. Orange Ave hnua door of.k..III tw*..Clay n tk.County our of Court IIO'clock ), 1
    t I AM and to: orlrPM "
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    I BUYER'S GUIDE LBOAL MOTICS1 IN TIlE COt.SIT Or. TUB THE CIRCUIT COURT or Till: MO feet to th* point of beginning: th. North end of laid eurve and

    Notice la hereby clvea that COUNTY JlllMlK IN ANU VOW FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or thence run lath t10 feet: then* a. tangent to the North go foot right of
    lb. Clay County Konlnc Commie CLAY VOtlNTY. rLOMlUANo. FLORIDA IN AND rOH CLAY a right angle South 10* net; thenceat way line ot State Rood 1* at the
    lion will hold a FublM Wearing ..* COUNTY. 'rUORIDA. a right. angle West 411 feet: Wit end of laid curve, laid parcel
    on Thunder. April II. 155$. at In Ret Estate of AT LAW. CASK NO U-4-L thence at a right angle North log A and B containing ..84 acres, moreor
    .:.. oolock. ..m.. in the CoiiatyConunlaalon CAKLOtf McMULLIAN STAn ROAD DEPARTMENT OFfLORlDA. feet to the point of beginning, lying I***, Mcluilv of mlitlng road
    Chambere of th* o.c..... an A.n., ot the State salt and within M feet of the survey ':t.r. ifo r Moody Road and
    AIR CONDITIONING BEVERAGES TtEAL ESTATE Clay Ccunty Courthouee Green NOTICE TO CREDITORS of Florida, and line of Moody Road, Section TUIfe ... )
    Coy Hprlngi florida. for the To all creditor and persona CLAY COUNTY, a political tubdlvUlon Moa aald rurvey Una, being deecrlb4 OWNERS: H. M. KNOWLES and
    purpoe ot hearing1 objeotlona. having claim or demand of the lUta. of Florida, sa followe! JEWEL KNOWLES husband' sod
    U any to lieutng a permit t* against MM ....t.: PeUUonr., Begin at tile anuthwcit comer ,o' .'If.
    MILBERGER : comply with flection I. aod Section You and each ot you are hereby Va. the Silt of SWV4 of1 Section 5 e e e e e e e

    PAUL'SAU TWIN REALTY a. Paragraph 1.11 of Article .till.4 to present any claim /OYCK: PADtLLA KNOWLES Township I S South Rang M Ea j SECTION TlM4tMtSTATE

    XVL of the Clay County letting or .m.nd. wbloll you or .Ither form.roly JOYCE PADELLA LOW. and run thence North IMnr Wee ROAD .... A
    REFRIGERATION K.Kulatlona. namely to u.. the f have agaiait in THER and RALPH Wr KNOWLES, MIT 40 feet to the. northweet sonnet CLAY COUNTY
    Hilda T. Neth following. deeorlbd property fo, : tu.t"Jrl MfMulllan daeaad. her huaband, *t ak, of the NE' of 8WV of laId Section DESCRIPTION
    a frailer farkiBetclnalnc late ot Clay County Defendant .. containing eog acre more o' PARCEL I
    SERVICE Legal Beverages Realtor at th* South**. Florida, to the Hon. The me. J NOTICE or RULE Kill jeea exclvuiv of existing road rlgh That part of: Commence at the
    corner of Saotlcn II. Towaahl .
    Rlveri, County Judge .. Clay northweet corner of Section :M.
    I South Range II Eaet thence County tt hi. office In the County NOTICE Oil' EMINENT DOMAIN OWNERS: OLENN I. HAHN and Townehlp South
    tr RENTAL 6 SALES Rang* IS Eaet,
    Open I A. M. U 1 A. M. Wait along the 8eo. line a dl. Courthoua In Green CovSpringe PROCEEDING: NORMA E. HAHN. hueband and thence : North S9>11T Eait tie
    Isles of l.4 fee thano NorthII IN THE
    Air C..dftI..Iu. Pfrl..d.. Clay County, Florida NAME: AND BY THE wife. feet to the point of beginning
    ... H..t1a. iIss tr ACREAGE tr LOTS I ...r... W. a dlelance o4HI.I .' 'within eight months from the AUTHORrry or THE ITAn or e e e e e thence continue on th. Mm court;
    ..
    thence North 11 4.
    I S. Palmetto Street 1 date ot the tint publication othle FLORIDA PARCEL 4That WO feet: thence South OO'W Eait
    W. dletance of ....1
    arreea a 1'0
    Dual County Line notice. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. 430 feet
    Residential Commercial thenc
    ; South lady Weet
    feet to th* point ot beglnalnof CERN part of: Commence at the
    and
    Home Phone SM-t7M Each claim or demand mutb lo all persona and part. 120 feet; thence North OO'SS west
    North of Orange Park tedwtrlalSerrlax the land herein deeorlbed; In writing and moat atattha I Ice claiming or havlnc any right, northwest corner of th* northeast 430 feet to the
    of
    BastneM Phone M4-85II Thence 8. SI degree SO m... place of reildene aad poet Utl". interest aetatc. mortfaf or <4 of Southwest U of Section: I. point beginning,
    Greater day Cent W. a dletanc of 111 ,.*., office .ddr... of the olalman other lien. to or on thoe certain township g South. Rang M East feet lying of eoutherly th of and lln.within of 40
    .thence N. I* degree* 41 mln. and muet bo sworn to by the parcel of land hereinafter dcaertb. and run South 100 feet to the point survey State
    APPLIANCESTV BOATS Notarj PabllePHONB' I W. a dlitanc of SOt.l fet tan claimant his agency, or hi. attorney I II I ..., and the following pereone too of beginning I : thence al a right angle Ing Road deeerlbed S-EW A, Mid follow survey line bo
    Iron pipe. thenc N. II d*. run Eait, 411 feet: a* :
    thence al
    or It will become Void tether with all unknown ; right
    pereone Resin on the West line of Section
    era.. II mln. W. a distance o' angle run South M feel :
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    I according to law claiming by ; thence aright
    APPLIANCESERVICE through or under
    ... M. Townahlp 4 South, Rang as Lad:
    .1 feet to aa Iron pipe: D.'''. April I. Illl, A.IX known pcreoni who arc dad o. angle run West 411 feet; at 14 feet
    Offleo tS4-tni thane N. It degree IS mln Mctlulllan than North U feet point northerly from the
    Is/ Jeanetl who to of beginning
    point
    are not known to be dead
    INLET MARINAMERCVRT U4-MM W. a dletanc of ITS feet I A* Administratrix cf th. alive or lying Eaet and within 14 southwest corner of Mid! Section M.
    BOM run things North 55'thsl' B ias..
    4henre N. 41 degree W. a dl feet of the
    I Relate of Carloe McMul lln of
    RALPH W. KNOWLES survey Moody
    We Repair All Brand lane ot II* fee* t* the Bout Road feet to th* .emterlln ot State Road
    Section Tlllli-MOI.
    I Ian, Deea..d.First I asH
    Orange ATO. S. at Bay St.GreraCore aid. Residence Route 1 Box MO survey No 134, containing sill
    of the Melroee-Lake 0. lln acre moreor
    Serrklnff Clay CountyFor Publication on: April I.liii. Green Cove fellowe'
    OCTBOARDSMERCRTJISER I neva clay road: thence N. Sd.creee $ r1.n.r : Begin at I't lee, exclualve ol exlrting road
    SprimeUPHOLSTERT I JOYCE comer o'
    I s.
    Slsteen Tear I right of .
    K alone the 8uthrl. 4.1.11. ... .. formerly JOYCE PADELLA LOW. the Silt of awu\ of- Section. way.OWNERtO.
    H. WILSON
    aide of the MelroaeLake Oeneva : and wife,
    SERVICE Townahlp S South .
    Orange Park Ph. fUliUFULLERTON'S I. Clay read a dlitanco o' THER Range M 1:. KATURAH B. WILSON
    .. Recldenrei Route 1 Box HOOreen and run thence North IMl'U" West . e e e
    11$ feet; 'II." S II degree IN TIlL CIRCE!? COtR? HIT 40 lest to th 'NoruWeeTcorne
    BOATS TRAILERS II ml... E. Illl feel to the I 0.. CLAY ('OtTSTY, Pl.QlIllAlv Cove Bprlngt' Florida of the Nut\ of IWt* PARCEL *
    point ot be.lnnln RIVERSIDE BANK OF JACKSON Mid Section
    Excepthecafrom : .U..N"ae" 5. containing C044 Thai part cf: Beginning; at a point
    VILLS eereemore o
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    OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP TO the rl.ht-of-w.y o, N*. ..-..-c leu exclusive of 110 feel due Last from the eouth
    a Corporation, exIiUng road righlOWNrIl
    A l. UPHOLSTERY Slat Road 8-114. Alt of th. FRANCES U. HANSEN 11UARD 01 west corner of Section M,
    ,
    It N. Orance A,.. hove being part *f RoctloII. MalntlffKKNNfcTTH Residence: IIM King Street w. Townthlp
    11 laokconvllle, Florida : GEORGE M. WOODS and 4 South Range tS EM; thence
    Green Core Spc ZI44M4ACCOONTTNO Hwy. Orange Park I Townihlp I Routh. RanaII \'C. North 110 fet thence 110
    SOPHIE Eaet feet
    U WOODS ; ;
    LAWRENCE HULSEY husband and
    111 MacnoUa Aftli. Ita... Clay County, Flcrlda. Q. HUA11D
    Phono MI-IUS wife. thence South ISO feet 10 th South
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    All partlea In .. .. Reildenee: SM Wetaon Street
    I *.t anrltlaena Defendant . . .
    action line of Section M; thence
    Buford
    Green Core Sprint GeorgiaBERNICE
    shall have
    an opportunItv >> NOTICE OP suir .
    West 110 fet to th.
    point of beginning
    t* tie .heard at aald trme and P. HULSEY PARCEL I
    INSURANCE ....... 114-1714 I Place, THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TOKennetk : Reeldence; 1M Watson Street lying northerly of and
    .1.1I I Clay Countv Zoning Commtealo (i Huard.Keeldenoe Buford, Georgia Thai part of: Commence al tel within 40 feat of th. lurvey Sins ef
    REED ACCOUNTING rORNTTURI By Jamei" B. Crowl I Unknown. GLENN E. HAHN north_' comer of the northaae Stele Road S-JJO A, Section TIS04-
    I CANVAS WORK Chairman YOU ANSI HKltKHY NOTIFIED RMldencei. lOiS Allec DrlvoReeldence It of th. southwest I', of Sectmn! a, Mot MM survey line being deacrlb
    AND I that a cull baa been filed agalneyou Lab. Worth Florida I rhIL.\ South, Range N East: ed n folio. :
    FRANK WM OTTO BOAT TOPS CUSHIONS In the above entitled ... NORMA 1. kAHN t foot: thenc* South Begin on the WM line .f Section M

    TAX SERVICE MADE ix TUB COIIIT or TUB cotiw.TV . and you art hereby required. I. : Pill Alice Drlvo parallel to the meat line of said Township 4 South Rang al
    8LIPCOVERS .n'lJo... CLAY fOVNTY.rLOStlDA. ..... upon plaintiff atiorn.y .Luke Worth Florida. northoaetk of southwest U, III a point 14 feet northerly an. *
    LUle Kenney, Owner Special Agent I "New Furniture I* PMOBATB.t ". whoa. dam and .01.,*.. appear GEORGE: M WOODS feet to the point of beginning: eouthweet comer of Mid Section M,
    1 N. Orange An. Oreen Cove rl Estate: of hereun your written ..,....... Rcildenoc. : IN Elm Avenue thence Continue on lbs tame court, run thane* North M'tT'oa" East
    !_. ._ ._l i.iil.. IIS feet
    with r re thenc Fast
    with the Old Comfort. LKLA: MAY ". ODUM. If any. to the bill of complain Imperial Beach, CaliforniaSOPHIE at a right angl IIM IS feet to th* centerline of Slat
    TeL IHmaPersonalized Inavraace o.c....... .lit paid cult. coPY of which I I. U WOODS:: III fool; then,, North at nigh angl*, Road 114, containing t.log acres
    Complete Coverage TO ALL CREDITORS AND PaUt. delivered to you herewith, on or Reeldence! ILl Elm Avenue III feet; thence West III feet to ins more or le. eaelualv of *>UUng
    Services C. A. HUMMEL before AprIl' II AD. 111. point or beginning lying East and road, right
    Beach
    UPS: SON HAViNG CLAIMS OR Imperial
    muc AUTO California
    Herein fall door. within 14 ,... of the QLAg'YI
    ) IaAccounting UtCMANLMI AUA1NST SAID not or pro MORGAN D CLARK serve line n' OWNEHS: CHERRY, aningi.
    HOMTOWNKRS: KHTATKi eo.'...* will b. entered again.you Realdenoe: Mailer Drive I Moody Road Section: TIIIOMoa.Mid . '. women
    & Tax for the relief prayed I. the survey line being dewnbed a. . . .
    St
    MORTOAOB LOANS You and each. of you are .her Dill of tnmplalnt. AuiUitlnc. florid tube
    !
    PARCEL II
    > Returns HOSPrrAUZATIOIfPhonei Dont Take Lees by ent aotUlei all claim and required and demand to pro TUB NATURE Or RAID SUIT CLARA Residence. CLARK: ......,. Drive I Begin it Ih. eouthweit corner of the That part of: Lola li 14, IT. II. It
    Fir BKINr: FOR DIVORCE. St_ Auguttlne, salt of SWU of Section 1, Town and 10. *eUon SI. Rldgewood Dlvl-
    Ore. Cert W-JJ4J When Y9U Van Ott Tb Best' which you. or either of you. WITKRKH my band and lb.aaal HENTON E CLARKReeldni florida aMp S South, Ring M Exit and run Ion I .4 Orang* Park. Clay County,
    have
    Business Firms & may agela.t th* estate of of saId Court at Owen Coyinrlnn. . Rout thence North I...'.." Wee islet Florida, lying northerly of and
    IndividualsAnU4j.es JteUenrtOe IJI-Mtl Mia May J. Odum decea.sd, .. Florid Ibis find day PMham I feet to the northweet gornvr. of the within 40 feet of the lurvey line of

    BAXLEY TRIM SHOP late of nail C"u.t.1.t.County. the Coun.Florl- of ...r.rcJ A.D, tOil, MARY ,MONCRIEF Qeorgla : CLARK NEU of SWI4 ef MM S*.tln 5.containing Slat* Road .-.. A, Section TIS04.MOI .
    ty Judge at Clay ,
    : : L. CARLISLE
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    Reeldence o acre*. Stone *r lee laid survey Uo being dtterlb.
    Route I
    ... at hie office In the court Clark of Clroult rouriKyi txclualv ot oi
    .... teataraCAHKY'S exleung road right
    foiiow.Itegin
    ed .
    MILK DIUVERTW.D.Morris how ol said County at dree Pelham, 'laHORACE .
    Merle a. a.'...."&. w...
    Idlewlld and West St. T. CLARK al lbs southwest earner ef
    c.,. Springe. Florida wlthlala clerkOnfirt 1
    I 51 calendar month from the / I.Deputy.aIlUERWICK! Reeldmcc! Ml Huron Street OWNERS PIPPIN : 1I11"t or .rIC1C MAlI Section Il. Township 4 South Rang*
    I Green C... Sprints time of the tint publication of : ANOKMON., Jacksonville, Florid IS Eait. run thone* North oVll "
    MIREASE D CLARK MORGAN B CLARhfand CLARA Can PI II feet to tel East tins of
    I
    thle nolle. Two eoplet of each. Attorney for I'Ulntlff
    PLORIDA TRADERS Phone XI4IMSUPHOLSTERY claim er demand ball b* In Add,..>' Residence: Oil Huron Street (CLARK husband end wife Section IT li g point 14 feet north.erly .
    HINTON E:. CLARK and MARY ..... of
    Jeckmnvlllc Florid from th. 110II t. corner
    Grew COTO .pets flcrlfe wrltlnaand shall ttat theplara Poet Ufflre Rnt III, ,
    MONCRIEF
    CLARK huiband and Mid Section 11 containing elM
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    of reeldenra and poet office Green Cove Spring' Florid JOHNNIR L CLARK!
    II R. Palmer IL. TeL WttstjABUVMS Dbtrlbetor add,... ef the claimant and $.$1. 4.1. I. II Realdeneei: Ith Avenue S( I wlf* acre more or .tote, exclualv ot !*.
    HORACE T lARK ..,..
    co..... n...... nH tiling road right of way
    ehall be claimant
    .. Ortas A..... Sworn to by the EASE P 'l BROPHY'.nd
    ; CLARK husband and JOSEPH
    (Can A Furniture) kli naent. or attorney andantomnnnled MARTHA 1. CLARK OWNERS: F.
    TeL ....1... Alt Jersey Milk by a flllna, ? fee of NOTIIMOP I Reeldencc. SIR Avenue Sf wife wlf.
    JOHNNIE I.. CLARK .
    RKgOMHU HK4NMO Cairo and MAR eee.ee.
    one dollar and each claim or demand GeorgiaWWONA
    Oranee Park 22 Yean Experience: puS C, filed eh.ll be void. NOTICE 1. IIKUKIIY IIIVKN FAYt CLARK a minor THA J. CLARK husband and TAKE NOTICE that a DoelaMtlArtot

    Blinding Road TeL IM-SU1 Per /*/ Walter O. Odum .that the City Commleelon uf the Reeldence! :3001 Bootty Road TAMES Taking hai been filed In the
    A. admlnleirator of Ih. City cf Oreen Cove Hiring., fecktonvllle' Florida RUSSELL CLAUK, .*. above .,) ... eauea by the Petition.
    Jacksonville Free EiUmate. Kelite ef r'lorlda will hold a pabllo Bear.In DEBORAH LEE CLARK minor eeaeed in the acquiring authority of Uwe
    BlaMing A Cofflin ... HOME DELIVERYCALL Lei May J. tHom at the City Hall In aald City Reldn PituS Icolty Road CLARKC>> JAMES RUSSELL: proceedlngi of th. taking of the
    A d........" beginning at l.t: o'clock p.m. J.rk.nnvlll. Florida. above deeerlbed """., for the purpoee .
    TeL 771-tm Plck-Vp DellTery rim pttllc.ti.," April I. Illl.Hrruhy on lbs Ith day of May, ISIS for SANDRA LYNN CLARK. a minor WINUNA FAY CLARK. Ml forth In the Petition In

    we TRADE Df ANITU1NO YonceAtlorneye the purpoee ef. rcneidtrlng ..... Residence. : :aUlla acoiiy Road i minor Mile tauee via" .1 i Road righl-of-wty
    1..1141 or ZI4-S1M Work Guaranteed at Ijiw aaga ol an ordinance reaonlna- I.rkmnvllle Florida DinoltAlI LEE CLARK RANDltL ROAD also known aa
    or VALUE Orange Park FlrHda eertaln property and land within MILDRED' CLARK: RAOLEY: a minor MOODY ROAD and Slat Road
    ..1. '. II, I.SHIRLEY Ih. corporate limn *| HId City "..Id.n".! :loot acotty Road SANDRA LYNN CLARK Section Tlllo-Mni and road right
    aa followal.ot Jackmnvllle, Florida minor of.way on STATE ROAD 8-130 A.
    I. Mloca I II. flroen CoveKorlnii ROItCRT BAGLEY MILHIIFI rt.AHK. wl.tnw of Section 1104.14 and a State Road
    IC TIlE l'lRc't'lT .ftl "T from H-l Multiple JAMES RUSSELL CLARK, now .
    Heeldonce-: scott, Road all being flat Roade In Clay County
    or ('U.t CTS. P1.08104 Family' Dwelling lyletrl.t 'M Jerkmnvlll Florid.MORTIJAGi MII.I>IIF.I) IM.AIIK "'11.11:1 Florida and that the itanon.biePt&IEI
    IV ( IlaYlElirCe. ( -' ftram.rcl.l: Dwtrtot n..
    ( and
    INVESTMENT "J"1 to IIOUKIlT ( J. WAYBRIGHT or on. of
    .. .,.V tall) i ,
    : JIMMTAKNinilTON. Ml 'I.I .Inch' |T. 0,.... Cove FOUNDATION INC. IIAI1I'1' . ," 'a the Judge ot the Circuit Court at
    CLASSIFIED ADS flalirtUfSTRVN Mnrlnxe. from H-l Multiple' Reeldtira. > SIll NE. Illl lined PARCEL ::'r..f.illlJg; rlorid. and th. Fourth
    ... Family DwellingDletrlrt I. Miami' Flaa'idaJOI1EPIIINE of Florid. willon
    : JAY K.VIdHTON. r.. Commercial. i>lilrl"?t Re- M KnElL Thai part ..II C'o.nm.ng."al Ih. Ih. II day of APRIL AD. ISIS
    I..'.,.... >> "...d..nlll1; S Bltceyn River' no'h.,.., corner of the northeail el I DO oilnck P M. In Ih* Clay
    Noric-M or si ITTHE Lot '4. Block I?. 0,.." ('..vaMiirlnia Drive i i-I nf tea ...11'''.... I, of S-cllon County Courthoue al Green Cove
    : STATIC or yJiltIilATetJTZYN from HI A One (Uln; Miami Florl.UM *. Township I Soull Ring M Eeilirvt Springe, Florida, eoniltler Mid Declaration
    JAY KNKJIITON.IIU .le) Family l>...11... "I.th"( M KNOWLES: run South along. aaH quarter of Taking, appoint eppr.l.
    FOR SALERESTAVRA'4T FOR RENT etKOAL ROTHN I NAS Keamfleld.. l.. C-l Commercial' IHetrkt Neeldenrc'. : Route I, line 43 _linn line dlilance of M feel ere and make such order* ae th.
    Imperial Ui-arh CaltforalaYOU lll.lall), ()I"LCk'lril., florida' ,o a point, thence run Eail parallel ('uurl deem proper. All partial to
    NUTIFIKDIkat aa said Dl.lricia. are ..t Uti end ; '0 the North line nf tald. qu.rI.raeslion lb. lull and ell perttee (nlereetedmey
    ARK HKIIKIIV
    FOR LEASE FOR RENT Motel. room.U'eekt ..oTitn or Arri.u-'Tiorun a sad, .... been filed aaeln.tyou *rnvl4.4 for.J" the fllr suns,, Weeldencc. Rout I, Rn. 43Dreen : at i5 feel lo the point of beginning appear and lie .heard ., th*
    tea uricittee.
    rdlnanr Cove : then. South' I coal dmignate.iYOU '
    IB the abode entitled at said lime' anf aprlnge, Florida perillel innI pl.re
    rauea
    Rim' View RnUmnl. with orwithout er monthly ratet. reatonahle. 104.1*. F. ..01 hereby required laeerva plea'. all parlloe, I I. InlereM and .O H WILSONNeeldence he Weel lln* ef Mill querter ee*. ANt) EACh OF YOU sep
    XOTICIC: IM HKItrlir UIVKV yon are "ltI..... ehall. have an Ipporlun. Rout I ,Inn. II* ,...- thenc Kelt atIghl hereby commanded. to appear by
    motel. 3 mile north Rlrerrlew Motel., t that T. J. Aldermen ii.. holder UPON plalatlff and ..d,..*alloraeywhoae lly la be .....". Ireni* Perk, FloridaKAT&RAM angle, IM ,..1: there North King an Answer to the Petition

    GSC at Black Creek on 17.8. mile aorth ., Green Core ol th. following ,..ral'I.-.... ha ......n.name Pear written ..appear'..n.... /.I Merlin i. ll..rrl., H WILSON I .1 a right ....,. US feel thence heretofore filed .In thle ...... In tilt

    IT. T....'..... CCS 24.3315. Spring at Black Creek. t-4lf deed filed saId t* b*eertifMvMee......d ....,fur_..a Tk lea. .If* .n eald,. lo..It.th*copy bill .of, eompUlalI wh4rh I. Mayor |... .II n..n.Neeldence" .. ...:.Rout..' ""w"I",.. .W.._.eel..n...- al-A'. a...-.nimbI....AA'h......ingle... An.11 IOU......feel..._.._ .on lo. .the on._ 'hove h* IT enllllod day of Cuurt MAY A en D or IMS betor to

    ...,UII.... .........,. end yer ., delivered 1C you herewith, .. JLAOYSCIICRRVNeehlmre lorlheiel '. nf the enuthweil l of how whet right, till, I....,... or

    FOR SALE Three bedroom FOR RENT S-bedreem. ...... ,_........ the -orrlpiloa ., ,.b. or before May I. A l>. Itll.llerela LlCu U. 'MOTMH' : Hmit I. Itoii 114Orenm lection 0. Townihlp g anulh, RengeM :liens you or any of you may haven
    property" and the sauce In which fell, n..l or 4.,.. pr. .. Perk' Flnrld Eeel lying wilhln :II l feel of the and to lbs shove rteeertlwd landa.od
    he.... eae .lock west ., IllihHchooL nfnrnlihed with I Urge en. I II ... .._.. are a. fvlloweiOrllftrat ..,.... dill Ha entered igalnilyeu I.h. 'flay' .'le....hl'herctiy Xnnlaa llivell."mm thai... OHC>II F. HNOPIIVNeeldence scour. line of Moody Road, .......n show ..u.* why tIm ..m.

    111) frontage on Bonarentare ,..... ,.,,..... en Highway 17. No. II for lbs relief prayed I. the .. alII hold a 1'.""" llerla IM Rebrork Blreeltjulner. 1110 Mil MM survey line being houkl not b* taken for Ih* u ee and
    Tear of |****are .J.... I. A D. kill ..f mmrlalnlTIIK T...,...". April II. hoes. SiS W.h...."* eecrlhed .. follow' I lurpoMe eel forth In lbs Petition
    For InfermoUow. phone SI41741. ANN BROPHVNeeldence legln el Ih* narthwe.1 comer ofhe ,
    Avenue fcy lit feet I.e.tks.rIpllnfl I ATI-UK or PAIlS lilT *. clock ,llf| herein
    pm In the County .. NK. of aw' of ... hand end eaalf
    ItJ rf Property iiKisd non i>iv(iitrK.WITMCJWI 'ommleilon IM Rahcnck Sired *.11. (. WITNEHI4 my n
    deep en West Street. Garigc. N. I) Ft. *f *)H of l..t W. .; I mv ..... and ,... ....1 ('laf C'ciiniv rhamnor.I'ourlhnu.e,"f llr.the. QIII...,. Maewchueett Township Siiulh. Rinfe M fail, thie Court on the f day of APII1L

    Priced low. I1.N4) down. ClwoodJehneee. M<". I*. Ore a Coos Sprlage. of Ihle ,....rt at lr..- I'nvaetnrlnce. (...* Merlna-e, riorld far the n All unknown. Swine of VIC1E MAC: run ih.i.re North il'4srtEani A D IsISiFflIltiE"
    FOR LENT I..... farnlthed FlorMa Florida. Ikl* Ittk day ...rtme. *f ....rI... obj"'ilon*, PIPPIN who* ,...d_ are unnown. UIIII feel In Ih. nnrtheail corner : L. ('ARLIaLIn.I"K
    Residence 1S Re.MagnoUt cottage ea river. Fer I.r_.. n4.In. ,. wblrk oeeeeeed; of March A.D. Itll.er If ann I* lira.mi a *rmll I. of Ht>t of *W'. s45.o'iinnSTwn. liP TIlE CIRCUIT COURT
    (Oppoatt Tara MiD). I.uselse. Halter. < '1.5flWflIt'JR romply with .........n I, and K.... SECTION I4I-HI hip, S South. Renge M Eaal. eon. ''N ANn rUM CLAY COUNtY
    use phone. ZS4-SS74. tIle All of sold propeHy b.i.$ I. U rARLIHLK. n.rhItv Iin. I. Para.ra..h> LII of Artlrl STATE: ROAD IIA.DIU.IIOAD laming' ..W square feel more or "..oHmAnv
    Trlcpboae. XS4-' It. l-4tfc tk. roaaly ., flay. Slat el Merle It ().," ,... "VI. of Ik. Clay' fnvnly trnln. CLAY OOUHTT ..... ....Iu..v.. of eillllng. tonI ( M'EM: CARLISLE
    KkrMa.faleae T>._.. (led" VESCSIPTIORPAICEL : haul nf dip rPUTV CLERK
    - FOR RENT FarnUbed apartment llaguialieaa. .. ...1, la ".. the
    iurb. rertlflrata er cerllf T. i. JeKBlfige.. Jr. AJim fallowing d.. Tlk4 OWNER- MOHTOAOS, INVEST' KALI
    FOR SALE: Two rrH1llPn. .rrigat. with I bedroom .. W.L llralea ihall be rodremed a_r4.Ina1 . *. T. ".." ... a Trallr" farki< properly for I MiNT FOUNDATION INC I Corp. HYAN W. HENRY
    law the prooerlv, 4evrlbe All" .. fer llolnllffA The Eait M fet of th. North IM ....lion "AU DEPARTMENT
    late ...... 21 ruble put Street. Green c.... Conrenleatly lo ix-h ..rtlf....*'.. will b* soil. ....' .."- II A el parf.1 arree*,f #land ere ennaioiing*r I..a. oil.usled !o.( eel of Ih. South ill fed of the MofiTHAOFE, JOSEPHINE ... STAlE ttoU.AND HUI1J1INO. a

    feet; 1154) AW HI chafe.MW lee..... Fer Informatton I* th. ......, bidder at theart > r n. HO. ITdree ? In .*.. I*. TWI 4.., Earl WO (**t of In* SWI.( of SWof < i KETZEL AU.AHAiMrr.. flARIOA
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    '* kea 4r5. a* th. flfttMoaday r*** ....rt.... Yl.rldaSOTIP. II.(..* ItK. and mar. Section (. Tewnehla ( South.Range e e T J JENNINGS JR.OUNTY I
    pertH.slanly :
    ; |7'. ean,. Florida Traden. phone SI4-M7I. 4-1 I* Heath af ...". l.4.. errlbed a. fallow M Eael. being that pert ofMM PARCEL' f'hel ArroHNBY.? CLAY

    4.? w* rh I* Ik. .,.. day *f My, Comm.ar al Ih* NR : lande lying weal end within (OUNTY.
    -- FOR RENTl I bedroom. ......1 Ial.I.l.d. or rri.ir'Tlo. 5 f said **.'. an lk'. ttth af Wareh. M4IOKOIUIK nOR .0. ur.rita II' Fail along the eaclerly "Road Section Illl*.M... DonlalnlngOH I W, ef lUvli.m *. townehlpnulh. l I fIRErS l'lVi tPII'NOII. FLORIDA.
    FOR SALE .Admiral comMaatton 171 Btrard Street Green CereSpriaca. .. ('A IU.'.. u: *..k I H..*. PAHOTICK line, tl aald S.,., Irt l| feet loIh .. ... mare ., lee. eeelualve Range M foal lying within a., I."NUI. fOR THI

    Can Marrin Taylor herb r f Circuit ('.-.. .. IN HERRHT nlYICN.t Dalai *f b../.1... ih.n..* of .0.5mg road -'ic'rWa.r.;': W feet at lbs eurvey line :ei Moody PETrriONERS. _
    tad heater. : _ _ _
    air ee dlUeer n.r Ceeaty. Yisflda.LY.aSI. . T.. J: AI...!. -..!. Ik...!. koid.VC rantlau along, said p"yr>*. OWNERS RALPH W. .nad, Seellnn fill I*"*. MM eurveyn -
    Win heat or .... average 4- St. Augustine, Florida. Phone - -- -- Is luIownu ..n........ ... Ill fact IkeiMe beth Tl', tl' and JriVCE PADEIXA RNOWLKM I. being draenhod. M followe. : Re. I NIErIlPI or i tUIOI."T"
    Ut-lttl H4-IH7. tfhrileee' filed, said eertlflra. .. for a tai w..,, lei* 41 '..'1 .11.... formerly JOYCE PADEILA LOW North boundary nf the TO WlltiM ir MA! OiNOfcHNlKolli
    room ..... fIN cath. ..... or '0'1'I( R dead I* be I...... there.*. The. North TIIIII. hiMband end wire 1 \-w', of Hoctlan: t. Tewaehlp '* le kereky give of iatae.

    GCS t4s-tUt- t.1e ilNf: .....f.e 3 h.d'.s. .... Net.Ire I. hereby cite bal certificate. aambere. and ,..re aflwar 'ash .h::.e'Wfirv.'VJ MORTO'IAiEiSlVr.SsIE BANK ; S bulb Rang a* ..... elpoml a .!... la ee.lr I* the Illl See.
    CeoMe* Med III c.. Ik ("lap C.-.." JC...I. Commieel *. the .... '....110. *f th. Weel. 11144 reeti tk.Bce Xartb OF JACKSONVIUi1 aCarponalien I* n of the north- en ol the Florida UgieUiure
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    : sad Ik. lo whirk Tl* II till f art .I..UnlC
    property. Rail. hi feet asi corner run thenc fur oaeeeae an
    loIh.
    FOR SALE:: Three lots IIV sJ 1.v..$ P.. I.4....... .-. IMtJII4IM ..**T.will.....hold.". AprIl a .-...1.II. lleerl-I"$.. at II usa .......
    T with metal I'" sir S I *0 aclork' la ,... Conalr Certificate JII... II l*>te I*. II. B4 II. ,IB .... II, Tile Eael M feet of th* North IW 1 cnoesing IN. South boundary of the Mlremehl and prere ggu-h. r..I.... II""a......... af ,.. Year af ,......... 1... I. A.f> Kldaeweod ."!'. a..rrrdia, lo lest of the South Ml f4 ot th* SE'. .'i SW'e af aoetum I. Tewi .vi.,...*l and re..r4in, .. of liUtetaurhorielng
    ,.ra" Afl ,.... In. I.eater ..- GENERAL: CONTRACTLNG riar (V...tr ('..."...... tovardg (*... Harlaie. Florid. far 4k. (f Properly I IIx . .... Ill ...blie. rocarde aft Section S. South _"'11... of Stale Road 14, euminleelunere Bad ge,eralaebody
    94 mile eel of GCS New e......... ...- 51 ........ ........,'.... >l I Ill!. II IdUwlld Perk.llet -lar (....,', florid i ale !:ange M Keel T.'n't"O: : pert <* Ibl ., sack iiiakliHillly. In

    ....., Paraw. r..... .....II.. "if asp lo rnalaT fn>.. lea *r.... tV eh I. Page II A II A parrel af lead eaaeietina' of Said lande lying wail end wlthl A pml ef .land In Ih. SB\I' af SW I"U* .' .MI IV I. Dreeerlk. rule..
    a., A'rlralfar. ,... ,. h......- Kern' I. wkW-k. ...-.: IISI ae,. mefe or leee ell' *, M feel of th* survey line of MnndjiRood '. of Beellnn t. Twi hlp 4 Ihiwth and r.evlailo t. rarry sel .
    1542411. tfc I PaUooDrireway ,leiT" HC 1'....t tke '..1..1.. I.... W. rxi. ale I. ... It. TRY .It.. ...... Kertum '..I....... conumlnl Nengo M Eael deeenbod a. being e..re...e of Ibis Sal, ,re,ldiegan

    gertk4 ......,..' All of .aid. eraoerty. belag. Inka UK., mar particularly de.or S *41: ..,.., more ... lana, eieluelveeilollfig bounded on. the Soot by lie Weellln lf..llv...dale. _________
    FOR SALES: IM Volluwagen. fail ,. II.... ...,..11 a* roeoH* r.*nty *f Cley.- Slate efrbrH. r 11x4. ae fr(level; Co-n>*>eal .4 read right of mey of the right af wiy toe Moody irri 01 i 4>r i.EI.InitIOVTI :
    Walkway. ... ,. hal Honk T ..*..* 4 CI *. the UK enrwef af said! S... OWIIIKI' LAWRENCE HVISEY Mood a* dewriben'. above. Bounded
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    Radio n....... IS..ee mileace. ralvae ...... eertlfb-ei. *r rerllfllralee It sad > tholIsu IT MAY CliMCICRNl
    .. rae Bowtb 14 II Ka.l
    .' t"* pwbll .,.. ef and nrNNICE P. IIVUEY bII.Mndand an IRa SuelSI by Ii,. HanOi righl 51way
    General Trader WorkLaadoraplnc. ,.... ..... Bywordla . ... Nolk, I. fcereey elvea of lat.a.
    lisp ekall b ( . .. .....", Ha* ef eaid
    f.slp. FlrWa.All wIle II. .4 50.1.
    Good Ila... For .Information 4..rrth.4. Road II, and lhn lit .....1. la ike Itlt S...
    D4.d.i. PlowUc arti>* In l5S.r..S aadU I* law tha prooertr alint! foeli. the. *** Mouth e e e e e e boumlod. an. th* northweel by the
    .. M4-J71J. . I. such rertrflralee will be paId TI*. ir W. ,. "It II .it it al the Florid Le..I.. ..,.
    .*. fool
    _. .11 .... *. o** rt.* ."lIeEL'Ttwo .r. of a curve ennv. la lois MW
    "t. e* M h. at .... Ir.. .. ,... Mo-keel bidder at the (hear. Nortk II'. If Kaet. I7tS f. Comma .1 theaarthwo fur oa.esaaata. art reUilna1la .
    .. n. tSeJ er ad.qs .. Dart : * having S redlue ef lo feel MM eurvebeing "'1., fniiel, beard af ......,
    ... the lr.tMaader .. II1.
    .., won b Oar aa ( Xorib IIWeet.
    For Information Call -. IM. : ** issues ef the --..... '. Ungenl la lh. West M foot rommiiekeere. raearIng, pakli.ffalloa .
    ... ,. ". ... ....... I* Menih af Mer. ,*. loelt lna< North
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    II C. of Ih* _...... I. end run South right *f way line af Moody Rood af Mlaulea ke ,... .0.....
    FOR SALE: OR S".utII : t4-lt4 NVI..... P. (',_1 "*'.. I* Ik. IH day .f May. Tl*, 41 1Ca.'. fllief feel I*
    ]I ( Pal.... "". Ih. Dulnt of egliiBlaai el.*

    Tip ft. Borwaho* Formka Br G.W.IMTFUINSTItUTION April '. I* ,.,... ,..'. ,.." .,f.V'r-h CARl.iUl.Pli.nb IHIflV'lRlR : let.lVl I,It.J.t.:; ....HATS>NIA. .::r U.l I*. '+"*$$ '$+$$$t$+44$444+3-p$4-$4 '' ''

    ..f nrceu. r ourS ef S... I.. TWr" 44, Reaee IIIL, I
    General drrtrte CIeC.....".. ...... 'i
    L11IL '"If K Clay roalr.ori Fl. emrielotng 11. ..'.., inane AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
    S Heary Duty Oak DOMV ...- Of ..... _,. .... ',......" ...
    rtT.U erIn No4lr I* herat.. *...* Iblt *rrh *4 B* falUwet far B peisl
    (with I....' Frnw' a-- ,.. 41ar roenlr, 1'...... r_..,.. ( r or MIK ...f "'...tH. **gln al ,... )MWHane ........ .. ,- ,. ,. .- .1I111- ,. .. ,. ,. ,. .. ,. .1. , 11.11 .- or'111.1 p I. .I'or. ,p...................... . . . . ." .L .. .. .. ., .. -L'.
    I large square D SwiUh BaaZesp.nt.t 1f... G4rea by French sHa will SaId .....,.. florlea Mottre' I. hereby .1... thairiMM ...... if .... II 'TWl ...,
    SI4-MIS. Usg.rtw 5 T)re4er.. Aortl II l.4.. el I* a fleet dvrre. e f UK. ... 'ran Narlb I
    ,MaJnlea steel U4. Telephone *. .......11 e-v .. Ik. (...,. wrloere *-,...... I* ...... T4.. II* reel far m diet, **** af OFFICE EQUIPMENT: n mmn.itAJ "I' nfl SuPPLIES

    KiaktUarelt ....... GaeMaaon. JeBaSt r......J..... rhaMbara af Ik* ......"., It14. la Ik. rtrrotfOrt HIT fart l* Ib. p ll ., be.laalna. -
    .... .. 1.. r-a..lr r........._ Ore.. -, 1r ...,... FUrld I ., hear* .. atnta I. BASE rtRNiri'RC' CO.
    ttatki Green C*>toNEED 5. fav. atevtava rv>rl4a. foe Iaf \. will soIl tb. p.e.nV .",..,. 4an 'tb'* **.. direnlaei for a ".. We the
    AMERICANOFFICE five
    For lafermaUra Pbone .....- b.arlsi .....,'.... .. C...,, no,..... d. crlMdift l. -. ef lie T| feel lo a P lal.i Fin! rarmliar you
    If ear di ...... a p.rai5. ii U' be.** tar* awl roo anib sirrtr co. tar .llag best poeeible job
    Green Cove IIf.UII ...,.. uHh Sa.tlee I. sl S.. *," mh. i .i.5Anr>w.frira'K 4t.. If. le- Past far. di.I ,..e | ApplUav
    1100 .. .......,..II .1* ft' "Ii.vt f.XIT'' N* .. ax>.........* at III fM *- a a. .:.. .-- Ce>mpWl* Iar..I.hl.... on your prlnUnt.

    f.. SALEs: >-bedreem ..** MONEY? ,. .q ,... n... (...v z...... I. Dlt thereof. rard 4 Se lure aad r*. bush I If le Lloyd E. tones J,.. Owner Sea rV weli Ml id.Jarktoneitt Our service will j jpie
    ,,_........ .._t. If sso lb.fstHwia. ,.,*' M..*k .4 aar>e tf * .e5eeukulIy located with fenced .., .If ._..".... season.oq .. al'- record of Clef a ** Bad re* EV 7-4411 **. you. and
    back WnaU .UI- : 11.- 0.. lb .I. .1 ._....... (0.1011'. P15.44.. *'Mb.t'.J..Ww.: f. r 4'.' BpecUiUU In price will be
    yard. Coe *>.I4V1ISB ..n ... I HI aw <.. MVMI.,.I .1 -... eat* .. i.. ........ .... ..... a* tI.... ...l I.a ...., TR4IICSSPaemaker out
    Ity room, workshop sad earPort. l ..." 7r.WKrI del ,t. tr|-% f ..........1*. l_.. blAdes 0.58 ., .... 1so1'esref n.*.* lens 04 mo N..lb. 41. Office Supplies and reaaonable.
    phooelaekoonrille I III.IX .. r.-or4a" !. en.t >>%afc ib. riar roost,. rorihi sr r....4 f- a <'...(>. .< ll.. ,
    For Information 1- .. _..I *. **- t* of P. PaW.. n>,.1 8-es. flr*** Vsr. _a.. I. feel I. la* Bl.l .., begin.All Offke Equipment and Ilotnett ,
    771-HU. 4-1S. tte .. -.... .* ***** *>r4e af ( ., Caeaiv. Florid* rtarl'a 1..4w II .O 0 ...* ... Norrts for Travel CALL US FOR ALL

    ( T1iTrirTiMkor Ill -... I.. ,...- ...4 -* P ** April IS. .. ". 141.C tortU I* |.'."." sad PRINTED MATTER
    FOR SALEi: .....,... bowae JCKM ..t.M ean .... *. owaartK ... *. -.M .*..*... ...1. have *. marl... Complete.. Line of Greeting Vied Tfulrn-BafMf" PlnanelnsMI7
    .* W ..... ot oakS ,.-. ...* I ,.rfs.Ve f. Idaui.sty. ". IC 4 e heard al .... l>.. sad a-.... BHd.RUTTS .
    .* Rii'..., II. Lot IM s SM.CarDort. ...**. '"'- VVI (opal ..- Card cur COUNTY CRESCENTPhoae
    phone -- -- Tar rjtr laalae rma>la:... .>*! TI-*.. 8. awbet, flay (...'. lacier. (...1..... MOBILE HOMES in.

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    I rAGE'six f t .;. toy[ , County Crescent! THURSDAY, APRIL 1$, tICS


    Clay High recently. The senior and v--club- and several lectures were

    tJ junior girls have been attending given by doctors, including report News I IBy

    I ::.u CLAY HIGH NEWS : football preparation practice for for the the second last weekIn annual on Fisher the of U.Jacksonville.S. S. Hope given by Dr. Boy Scout I


    __ Powder-Puff football lame Representing Gay High were DAYTON WILSON
    m "" ,"1>(" .'!' ... .... ... .. 1 educe\ !odaf\ trip to our,. State Capi- and the boys are learning cheers Pat and Brian Wells and the Clay Ant. Scoutmaster
    ; ,'I) tol. They ,will leave Green Coveat to lead them on. High Paramedics sponsor, Mrs.
    .. f RtI J:30: a. m. by chartered Greyhound Last years game was a great auc Westridge. Attention Parents! Would you twined within all of \this Is a

    : ; buses and arrive In Tallahassee Cell, not only displaying the sportsmanship KITCHIN like I weeks vacation this summer' slight note of "uniform military"
    -. ... . by 9:30: ( where they will Send boy to summer camp. which produces discipline, responsibility -
    -Q ? : of Clay High girls, but al. John D.'' Kitchin, of Orange your
    0'1'r be greeted, br]''> puts State Representative so as a great form of entertain Park, Iwu runner' up In the "H" All kidding aside, the summer and a feeling of belonging.The .
    Mr. lewis Huntly and ment. The 1965 seniors won the Stock Automatic class In the "Dol is approaching rapidly, and the boya'will eat in a communal

    a Z ti Stat. Senator,..Mr. Charley' Johns. game last year and hope to add Ian for Scholars Fund" racing at date act for Green Coves Troop mess hall.
    Included' In the itinerary for the another victory to their record, Thunderbolt Raceway Sunday. 121 to march off to camp for a The list of subjects offered is
    day are aour'( of the Capitol but the juniors are tryingo\ discourage Kitchin drove his 1938 Chevrolet week will be upon us sooner than long and varied. I am the Nature
    building, a visit to the House and this Idea. Impala In one of the races we think. Counselor and ,can promise, a

    Senate and. to. the, Supreme Court After practice the girls found I which will benefit needy college Every boy should attend sum good department in that' Meld, I
    building. many muscles they never knew students. I mer camp. The adventures he experiences have met the rest of the staff and
    Miss Rogers; the Senior Sponsor, they had before. Apparently the A car I stuffing contest was a and the knowledge he believe me, yon can rest assured
    has asked for' an opportunity to coaches Jay Goolsby, Eddie Taylor throw back to college days when gains will prove Invaluable to him that your boy can do nothing but
    tour 'the Executive Mansion and to and Phil Nichols for the seniors, phone booth stuffing was the thing. In the future.Echockotee. benefit from this experience.
    meet Governor Haydon Burns and and Thomas Gambill and Bruce Fred Gamer, of Jacksonville, used I Scout Reservation is I don't wish to convey an impression
    t Secretary of Slate Tom Adams Maguire for the juniors are doing a shoe horn \lo stuff 19 adults into designed to offer the boy as much of strict con7o-mity,- because
    while In Tallahassee.Th s good Job., his 1947 two-door Ford sedan \to as possible. Speaking u a memo it is not so. Ths boys will
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    I soup will eat lunch In theStudent The game will be played I In win top prize money of $25. ber of the summer camp staff myself really enjoy themselves.The .
    Union of the Florida State Booster's Field on Monday April! There will be no drag racing I can 'assure you that your boys will have the oppor

    ttbq University and I return home by 19, at 8:00: p. m.PARAMEDICS on Easter. On Sunday April 25th. I boy will be well provided for. tunity to enjoy everything from
    7:00: 'pvm.: I1>rty.seven seniors CONVENTIONApril the super stock cars will kick off The camp at superficial glance, Aquatic activities Handicraft

    fifty-seven juniors and seven' chaperones I I. 2, and 3rd the Para the new Super Stock, Car Drag does not appear to be spectacular Marksmanship and ,Archery, to
    plan to make the trip. medics held their 11th Annual Race Circuit for an annual purse which of course, no good camp just plain old-fashioned relaxation.
    POWDER ., PUFF FOOTBALL State Convention In Silver Springs, of $40.000 the richest in the should. The group 'of buildings
    GAMEA Florida. State officers were elected, southeastern United States It will which appear to have protectedthe There are also awards that can
    Clay High's Baseball team la pictured Burkhalter. Standing Mike James, Keller big twitch* has been made at projects were ,displayed by each be t run on a weekly basis, the first original inhabitants from In- be earned by individual boys, patrols
    above, kneeling (l-r) I Chrli Parker, Ronnie Chapman, Jon Stump, Wilbur Jones, Don Sunday of the month in Phoenix dians and bears lend a' frontier I and troop.
    Clevlnger, Ronnie Heath, Mike Bartholf, Bowles), Gary Allen, George Tucker, Dale City, Ala., on the second at Macon, air to the surroundings which enhance Any information concerning
    Richard Parrlsh, Terry Fullerton, David'll8On, Coach Malloy. I:" Ga., the third at Albany Ga. and every boys feelings of in summer camp can be obtained
    the Fourth here In Jacksonville from Scoutmaster Robert Machen
    ;*.. on dependence. The boys will live in
    By PEGGY OUTLAW the mile, Terry Carlisle in low Jay Goolsby took second In the 'p...,:'f >;'.' at the Thunderbolt Raceway. large wall tents which allow; the if you can catch up with him.
    TRACK I hurdles, Eddie Peebles in the half I 100 yd. dash and Steve Lowe did IMt V w wp I On months that have a fifth Sun boy to possess and tike care of Well, until the next time, "On-
    April and Clay High placed4th I mile, and Thomas Gambill in the the same In the mile run to finish I { day,August October, and January, his own "house" so to speak. En- ward to Better Things.
    in a' 4-way track meet with 220 yd. dash. I Clay High's effort, The final score t .., I there will be a special 3000.00

    Florida High, P, K Yonge. and The last first place was stolen were Landon, let with 78, Clay purse, all other Sundays will be I Douglas Hopkln League may be formed. .
    Perry with 36(4( points. Jay Cools- by Ronnie Denmark who set a new 2nd with 61, and Bolles, 3rd with xl" VI for a $600.00 purse. I The opening game will be The Father Auxiliary will be

    by placed 2nd in the 440 and record for himself and for Clay 27. I played on April 27th. On Sat- glad of any help in getting the
    broad jump while Eddie Peeples High School In the pole vaults. Future meets are as follows: GCS LITTLE LEAGUE urday evening April 24, each diamond In shape, so that when
    took second In the half mile. Ronnie's new effort was II' 6", April 10 P. K: Yonge relay- A '. team In the League will playa the 27th day of April arrives
    Lack of depth again hurt the which is 6" better than his last 17 schools will be competing r' Nr SHAPING UP practice game under the the Little League can "Play
    little but loud Clay High team in effort. This fine showing has quail. April 13 P. K. Yonge-dua Rufus Tucker, president of i lights. Ball!I"
    a tri-meet with Landon and Bolles fled Ronnie for the Florida Track meet ho Green Cove Springs Little An Instructional school for
    April 6. Eight first places were and Field Honor Roll for the April 30 Group meet-New League, announces the following .
    8 and 8 old boys began
    taken: Jay Goolsby in the 440 and second straight week. Ronnie I Is Smyrna, Palatka, St. Augustine. managers for this season: year EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
    broad jump, Phil Nichols tied in I now trying for the state record in Deland Military and Clay High Besekr Motors, Kenneth Willis; last Monday. Among'those assisting ':$1 AJK.
    the high hurdles, Gerald Moody In this event. J. P. Hall, Frank Cox; Burlington In this program are Ru- April 11 SprUng Park
    BASKETBALL Mills, Jlnuney Harper; J. P fus Tucker AI Suttle, and R. E. Sponsored By
    wwx.wr"xwxwrxpNxxxx..xwx"xrwyMMWNUw"WNNNI"IINxNx W IWNNN"NIINXX"' Thursday, April the 8ih the levels, Kenneth Clevlniger; Scott. There are acme 40 boys Methodist Menu Club

    I Dada Club played the varsity foot Coco-Cola Bottling Company, Interested In this program and Male Choir
    Look What ball players in a game of basket (Crescent photos by John Oroner) Johnny Neyman; Chaney Cafe, It 1 III hoped that a Pee Wee Directed! by John ,Hlgkamlth
    I ball. The game was most exciting
    CASH and both teams were cheered on Inrlelders for Clay IHyh are: kneeling II(l-r) Wilbur
    GOOD CREDITWILL
    by their own cheering squads. On Jones Richard Parrlsh standing: Mike Bsrtholf and Dale

    the Dad's team were: Larry Van.
    BUY
    der Wilt John Neely, Bob Fur-

    SHARP 1956 OLDS HARDTOP $295 narl, J. L. Goolsby, Mr. Nichols Wllaon.'r Zing into spring!

    Mr Gambill, Mr. Loner, Mr. .. 'firhe \ ,. .
    Hutchings, and Mr. Maguire Mr. ,'
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    S 3,1957 CHEVROLET 2-DR $395 Linsley, Mr. Custer. On the foot .
    Chevrolet
    ball players team were: Melvin in a new
    SS 1959 FORD 4-DR
    $495 Lumpkin, Terry Carlisle, Thomas
    Gambill, Eddie Peeples, Timm
    Geiger, Ray Pringle.;Phil Nichols. v
    Kingsley Motors Coy Kennedy, Mike James, Derryl Al
    Rhoden, and Ronald Denmark. /
    2 blocks North of Slop Lite on Hiway 17 Our fine athletes didn't do sucha

    j OKAXOfc PARK good job, they lost to the fath d

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    High was In the losing

    column against Starke April 2nd ..-............ ''65 Chetrottl Impda Sport Corps
    after a 3.2 defeat. Wilbur Jones .- '!'' -'
    Concrete -
    Special Iuds Clay In baiting with two hits.

    Starke squeezed in the winning run
    with one out in the bottom of the r
    s
    Patio Driveways Walks 7th. Tucker went the route pitch-
    Drive Ribbons
    ng striking out four while givingup Outfielders) for Clay Hlfh School are kneeling, l-r Kelly
    1 six hits in the losing caiue. Chapman.'Chris Parker, Terry Fullerton, standing: Ronnie
    April 6th Clay' High squeaked Heath and Jon Stamp.

    Kxnmjilp: I Pulios!! 16 x 20 ((320 "''1. ft.)-$120.00 I by In a 3.2 thriller for the fans.
    Three runs were scored in the 2nd

    f inning on one hit each by Wilbur .,i.. 'gSCkerelb.Vah3aDoorSfafioSwags,.
    I. Jones and Gary Allen. A sacrifice ei
    .. Guaranteed bunt by Jon Stump and a atyf'j; pf -e 1

    I raueere bunt by Gary Wise
    t brought In a hit batter.
    t Quality Work at QuantityVice; I Gary Allen was the winning

    pitcher who was relieved by Tucker h
    after 514 Innings with one out
    a man on 1st and 3rd. There was
    no further damage Wilbur Jones
    G. W. Smith
    led the batting again with 2 hits. ,
    He leads the team with .412 average .
    for the sesson.EP'ICATIONAL. 'ft Cry n Kma Sport Corps
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    t Kneeling' are the catchers for Clay Illth. I rt David
    She will read your entire life put, Burkhaltrr/ Mike James Ronnie Ch>vln.er. Standing are u.

    present and future. She asks no questions DRILLING pitchers: George Tucker Don Bowles and Gary AI..n.PAY' 'ti CorGi Corn Sport Cwj
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    but will tell what want to
    you you
    r know, giving date and facts of business, If you're been sitting tight welting for Just
    I' love, health and family affairs. Will COMPANY 'LESS INTERESTFOR
    kind of with kind of
    i a help you find lost art TELL you whom IINCf lift your car, Just your power,

    :a you will marry and when. If the ont you 2" THRU 6" CAPITALIMPROVEMENTS .i. .t Just your kind of price-wait/ no longer!
    h love Is true, what part of the country la
    MOCK AND ARTISIAN WILLS
    luckiest for you, and what to do to be CAtrra/fl It's a bigger, more Chevy A No car so trim has a
    successful. Will reunite the separated beautiful car this year Whichis right to be so thrifty. But
    locate absent friends and relatives, and "...Itt_ WeB Spui.Hst' WITH A MONEYSAVING- ,, w hy that handsome silhouette thrifty it is, with money

    .. i cause happiness between man and wife. I could be mistaken for can savers like brakes that adjust (I
    -akes up lover's quarrels. Tells, if sickness or bad luck Islatural ELECTRIC PUMPS ft t costing a thousand-even two themselves and a long-lived

    enemies evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tellt A WATER SYSTEMS PCA LOAN t thousand-dollars more. exhaust system.

    > please you, but will/ tell the truth. One visit will repay a : :
    !t tier iffs. This one's got lively C"mJr. Ask any 65 Corrair
    you for disappointments in all others. I not only read your \ F. H. A. TERMS up to looks, spirited power a softer owner how it feels' to drive a &
    ll ifs like an open book, but I also help you out of your [ /\ 7 to ride-and remarkable room car with such easy steering,
    TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, why years repay atop a highly maneuverable tenacious traction and tttgsortaivetearenginepower.Andbe

    vrrythlnft/ seems to go wrong. WHY be lid and: down- Compare the true supple ba< wheelbaae. No wonder it's MICA TIME TO HADEalTSMMftOUTSUUrt
    h.arted sick and worried when you can: be Irlpvd and ttrttt of a PCX loan with .r ;_j today's favorite midge car. ready to do lots of laiunm,.
    everything mad clear by consulting THIS GIFTED the cost of other loaas
    MEDIUM I Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. Doat buy: capital Improvements Iis j fats Iprfa* lie MV Ch VtOIet, ClnntttCornIr Cherry B or Conelta
    CALL LONG DISTANCE .. ... .. ,
    I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, MADAM unless )'Ou financed thorn as -
    JecksMvllle.. ,Ie. cheaply as pouibl FOR LOW W-JW7
    BESSIE Is located north of Callahan on Hwy 301, H
    mile from C'ty of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone K79-2250. COST PCA PROOF, SEE
    1389-1438 ,
    h WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OP HOUSE [ Northeast tr d.eWs Crept ROBERTS CHEVROLET
    Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
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    Penney Forms The Happy Ape --- Center Dateline of: the Hollywood World-Time_ Makeup: April Easter-Styled Ham and Hot Peaches
    I
    MD&Ei. 6, 1965..the evening of the Academy
    Award A* you know by
    .. D. MYERS. n>ei S2I-H11 'x tiS now, "My Fair LaOy" won the

    the Maundy Thursday Com and was formerly comptroller visited friends in Bradenton Coveted top Academy Award for
    Inlon "nlea'will 'be held Of the Rockefeller Foundation and stopped to see the Rain the best motion picture and many
    (the Penney Memoria, Church in New York City. Be was dl- Forest on U. 8 301, eight miles other awards, too. You will be
    light at 7:30 o'clock, Withe rector of the choir in the Dun- South of Wildwood, a Sacred excited and! proud to know th.I''
    Rev. A. O. Hempstead of- nellon (N.J.) Methodist Church Art Garden of over 300 acres, + % your Vivian Woodard Cosmetic
    fiating. The Chai...vl Choir and was active in Boy Scout featuring a new medium of art were used on this picture and also
    111 1 sing the Negro spiritual work. painted in glass, gold, silver, worn by the top stars appearing on
    ,>t Us Break Bread Toat er." brass, and mother_of pearl. (he stage of this spectacular production -
    Stam-C The Rev. and Mrs T H. Run- honoring academy award
    The Club will meet ran;bad as guests last t
    Friday Mrs. Anna Neandec last week winners. "Vivian. Woodard Cosmetic
    18 afternoon at Mr*. Mabel : Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Sorrella enjoyed a short visit from Have Winning Way." It
    .sts home on Route 10 Bring of Lake Alford. And on Sunday, i former parishioners of Saraslta, Is really great to learn Whal's New
    imps for exchange. Good Mr. and Mrs L. C. Smith of i and Bound Brook, N. J, Mrs and What's Correct especially when
    gram Last meeting until Kaukauna. Wis, former parishioners George Moore (a minister's widow you are connected with a straight '
    ..11 called on the Runyans. ) and Mrs Fred Williamson line to your SM.A, Hollywood,, >\

    ;:; ; sisters. Bin. Neander had the parent of the lovely new Nstural : t, t\
    Good Friday
    special
    On serv- The Rev.
    and Mrs. Harvey riot these people In
    seen over
    I Look and the latest In cosmetic J +
    't will be held from 1:30: to C. Travis had their daughter, 33 years. The visitors were very fashion : .

    clock. The Rev C. I*. Schrir Mrs. Charles Maxwell of Algonquin much Impressed with the beauty Your consultant and teacher Food fashion forecast for Easter Sunday breakfast "Ham with
    wm be in charge. Ill, with them for Of Hot delicious of
    sev- MHC. Ginger Peaches. What way to begin one the
    hour credit
    <((400< training supervised
    era! days. I )'lIr',happiest days?
    The Rev A. V. Lawson will Mrs A. D. Shepherd who U by the SMA) The flavor compatibility: of ham and canned cling peacfiM I I. along
    each at the Penney Memorial .Mrs Julie Baccus last J. P. Revels, president *f Ford Motorama, Ins.. shakes .Kathleen Bayer -known culinary fact. For this holiday specialty, a broiled
    week now In the Mary Olin Clinic,
    lurch morning Easter services I entertained hands with W.A.t.6.'e Big Ape before the charming creature PO Box 282 Ph. 2S4-J853 ham slice is partnered on a platter with heated wand _
    Mrs. E M. Letts of enjoyed a weekend visit from perked with honey, butter and ginger On. the>
    11 o'clock Sunday. The I Hudson, Wis, a J-wlnter guest her daughter, Miss Eva Shep- ....y. happily eff la his new automobile the ape G. C. S, Fla. family: will gladly halt the Easter egg hunt long enough to com
    ednesday prayer meeting on In our community, and Mrs. E. hard. Mickie Bridge to the table
    prtl 21 at .,:30 o'clock will be I W. Hall who has spent the departed Mr. Revels said, "It just goes to preve that people Distributor and Director If this la the ant time you have heated cling peaches beinUh
    charge of The Rev 1930 Blending.Jacksonville: any qualms about harming the fruit Heated cling retain their'
    Oeoorge winter here with her sister, GAME MEETINGS HELD and creator, even from the Jungle, like I* de buslneas la pleadingly shape' sunny color, and they actually-
    ad'
    oberts. Mrs. J. J. Hoffmann. Mrs. Hall acquire tuir'r flavor Incidentally, the 19M pack
    Members of the Penney Me- and Mrs Hof::ann made a ,LAKE: CITY Spring gobbler Clay County with Feed Motorama In Green Cove vSpring. BILLS HARD TO PAY of California dings now In stores woe a record.breaker in
    oral Church pastoral com- short visit to 8t Petersburg, season region-wide everyday quantity and a pace-eetter In quality.
    Ittee will offer Holy Corn- before Sell things you no longeruse You might round out the Easter breakfast menu with multicolored
    Mrs Hail hunting and
    leaves for her an open season
    soft-cooked buttered' toast hot buns cold
    through Inexpensive eggs, cross milk
    union to those requesting It home In Minneapolis. on alligators with a license and steaming coffee or tee It's an easy-to-fU breakfast for a
    the Mary Olin Clinic at 3 The party was given in the and assessment were favoredby I Fort Clinch State Park I Classified ads and get quick busy holiday morning and a mighty appetiaing onel!
    clock Sunday afternoon Zen cottage owned by Miss Isabelle cash Call DCS 4-31H now
    the majority of sportsmen Ham with Hot Ch'.... Pasha
    edlakly afterward it will be
    Derkm. Present were the Mesdames who
    attended the aeries of .
    ken to those in the) social Ines TALLAHASSEE-Situated on War several regiments weft stationed Cook before-eating hum Honey
    Letts, Rachel Wen-
    meetings recently held In the I \ dice Inch thick flutter margarine
    [torn at the Quadrangle and lei, Esther: Foster Margaret Northeast the northeast tip of Florida at al and in the .vicinity. of PLEASE / 6 canned cling peach .* Ground or ginger
    Region by the Oame
    ereafter In the cottage apart. Conner, Ruth Hall and Flora and Fresh Water Fish Commission Fernandina Beach i la historical Fort I Fort Clinch. After the War, the ijaaVMsi halves,drained

    (tilt. Hoffmann.Mr. Clinch Stats Psrk. fort was practically abandoned,
    according to Regional Slash edge of lat on ham to prevent curling Place on broiler
    and abound In I and March 12, 1926, Act
    History romance on sn
    rack so surface of ham Is about S inches from heat; broil 10
    \ The Penney Farms WCTOlll and Mrs Alfred P. Manager Brantley Ooodaon. this section of the famous Buccaneer of,Con are.. authorized ht .. .. In minute. Turn ham; place poach halves around It nip-nblra up.
    ; meet at 3:45 o'clock Tues QoetM attended the Boca Ra- Twenty.flve such meetings Trail for this land hat I 1935, the City of Fernandlna and Fill .peachM with honey; dot with butter. Sprinkle lightly with
    lay In the Penney Memorial ton Bible Conference, now have been held throughout the served under eight digs-Prince, the Florida Park Board purchased: ginger Broil ham and peaches 10 minutes Makes 4 to tervlnin...
    hurch lecture room in obser- called Bibletown, Including: the state to obtain the opinions of Spain Great Britain, Patriots, for lists. park purposes, Fort Q
    ante of "Youth Temperance Saturday evening sacred concert sportsmen on hunting and fishing Green Croat of florida Mexico, Clinch: and 980 acres of each and SUnSCRIBK TO THE CRESCENT
    location Week." Mrs H. C. with more than 3,000 In regulations Ooodaon said and the United Stales hammock land. The development
    Jorehouse will preside, with attendance. Oreg Loren, one- these opinions will be taken It it quits Citing that this beau as planned by the Florida Park 1OILY
    tiiulc by Mrs. T. H. Runyon.Th tome Hollywood actor, gave his under consideration by the Uful and Interesting 1,086 sere Board and the National Park ServIce
    testimony and sang "How Big Commission when setting the stale. park be named after the well was executed principally by CAtJ Don Pool'scom
    Seal sisters enjoyed ant is Ood" and "1 Believe In 1163-M hunting and fishing built brick fort which guarded the CCC All later developmentwas
    from their brother last Miracles" regulations In Tallahasae on the entrance to Cumberland planned and executed by the Pc.veNrCFORESTFIRCS .nw com LAUNDRYritaHli

    eel, He retired 10 years ago On their return trip they April 23.Results. Sound The fort and park are three I Florida Park Board. a HsulM, Oteesi CmOpea
    of voting from the mile from Fernandina Beach and During World War II, the Army
    questionnaires distributed at occupy the northeast tip of Amelia used the old kitchens for a radio spacious osk-thaded location. Sorry M Hewi wiry Day
    the meetings !U as follows: open bl.nd. and guard detail and th* Reach no pets ire allowed to remain FkHee-ReaAU MiSitsMsiDeckle
    waterfowl season as late as The actual construction: of Fort Lodge for quarters and headquart In any Florida Slate' Park over Ua4an Ito It-tt ttagle Leaflet SNHatt

    tA9c4titat- possible, yes 93%' no 5%, ; October Clinch (named for General Dun- era Th U. S. Coast Guard stationed night. Dell I"
    : dove season, yea Us' no can Lament Clinch. of Seminole a detail here for beach pa Fishing from Ihe jettiet that IYB&TBODY WELCOME!
    34%; Increase bag limit on Indian War fame) was started In trol duties The U. S. Navy used reach out into the sound Is s

    deer from 2 to 3 per season, yes December, 1130 At the outbreak the Beach lodge for s rsdur tls favorite pastim of many visitor
    ClEANERS 79%, no 21s: spring gobbler of the Civil War, the fort was not lion. Others enjoy the shaded picnic area Mrupunhmtugu68nNplmglp 11II1IIIII1I1UIMIUI
    season yes 77%" no 23%" ; completely finished or equipped lit park boasts the largest or the attractive nature Irsils A
    designate wild hogs as game The Confederate occupied ll, campground in the Florida Park hilt ramp and purklng area an John'sRidio&TV
    animals, yes 11%, no 1>%' ; and tried lo make k serviceable 5)1.190. I ales. Some of Ihe located: si he( camping, sres A
    rmawA continue Increased bag limit of This work war under Col R. F. sites have 1 clrk.I': hookup for Tree museum li located within the
    13 Lee's general supervision and he trailer campers. Clean and modern fort Day visitors/ pay a small SOc: KG A -it- ZENITH:
    on quail, yes 17%' no 13%: .
    made s persona visit to Fort restroom facilities I Include: hot and per car for the use of these failliiei ,
    open season on alligators with AMANA XOKOK: J\Pl'I rANOJoSe ;
    .
    license and Clinch lo Inspect it. The fort ass cold water "showers The fee for I
    NOW OPEN aatessment yea'JS Confederate In overnight camping 11\\ $I.H The honda Park Board cur -
    the per
    %' 23%' evacuated by
    no hold
    : public f.IIJrrit'tlr.r.Ctrt.otJ/ 0,. All Makes t' Models
    invites
    March 112 and occupied by night per camp tit*. Fleclrlcily.: II lially you la visit For)
    meetings every two years, yes IKIIVIXU: CLAY OOUNTT OVRH I* YEARS:
    Th Clinch: and sll of llorlds's
    I I.
    Union forces until the close o( used 25c cites per night. many
    61%' no 33% train
    ; running the War camping ares has tables, bench, wiki. For further Information -e-e-
    COIN OPERATED deer dogs from October IS During the Spanish-American and grills and is situated In a writ 'Information and ducition 24 Went Walnut 8trt t Oreon Cove F.pril1lC'!
    through November I, yrs ?'%, Department, veils Park Hoard i Phono 2fle-3122
    no 24%' ; continue the opening Tallahassee, loridi
    1I 1IIIIIIIIIUI1 gnwm HwtnIinIIse6ngregtgtlStnmgIimlsntgtlBlattmgThat's !
    DRY CLEANING week still hunt on the Aucilla: -- ----- --
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    tt Nerth Orasge Avenue GREEN COVE SPRINGS I no 21%' ; region-wide everyday Hill Amanon. I SiIIi.g IdOl' Aia;" IlcJfAlwt'
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    PAGE EIGHT (Stay County( OIrtscent. '1'JIt1BSDAY.'APIUL 15. IHS



    first u a Navyman, more recently 8IG VAl. II ON rfsTIVE: HAMS AND. TIU0' Not Lost In'Viet
    Hope u senior technical weapon ad. Susan WeigelChosen ATTENTION PARENTS! P--
    visor for the U. S. Dept. of State


    Nam Local Man Says Communist governments Within the China of past the have fortnight USSR said they and the Queen all Fre pupil-School Thursday who RegistrationOn will, April be enter.IS, OQ a1UyTHP _:;:::::: :: lt .


    s >v +' .a were considering sending "volun Ins the first grade In August .
    leers' into Vietnam to fight the (Continued from Page 1)) or September, are requested >>.>> fi\.Hl '<
    to report at the fit LOW
    American "aggressors
    zanne Early, Olna TlmmeArdle .
    Sobotta, whose wife and three school in their respective -
    sons reside in Green Cove, hat Beauchamp and Susan areas and register, The

    OP X41 been on emergency leave. His We ael. hours for registration will 1i
    '{W
    r mother, Mrs. Stacie Sobotta, died Friday night the entrants be from 9:00 12:00, unless ;

    last week at her Kewanee, III\ were judged on their talent parents are notified differently ;
    home by the principal of ,
    and Saturday evening they
    Operating out of a Saigon office, their respective school
    Sobotta moves all over South Viet. were judged In swimsuits and It will not be necessary to

    nam on his State Dept. mission evening 1011'01.before. the five bring the pupils when par.
    Vowing the South Vietnamesedo finalists were' elected and enta come to register them, / Grade "A" Dressed A Drawn Fla. or Ga. Shipped Leg

    not want Communism, he sale again, judged in all categories unless they desire to do so A a f or Breasts
    "if control of the government However, it is Imperativethat FRYERS QTRS. Your Choice Lb. 35c
    Th five finalist! were: Pa.
    could be put In the hands of the the child birth certificate
    tricla Hartley, sponsored by with the Southern Star Cooked
    people and a stable government put be brought
    together, it would go far toward; National Mobil Homes; Paige parent, if he has one. If the r:; CANNED HAM, 5-Lb. Can _._..___$3.49"SuperRIII'M"

    solving many of the little nation's! Johnson, sponsored by Ch s. birth certificate is not available Freeh Bag

    ser Motor Parts, Susan Weige, now, application for It
    problems SAUSAGE 1-Lb. Raga ...__._____._3 $1,00"SuperRight"
    Joseph Sobotta, Jr., of Green Cove, reeds a clipping of South Vietnam a little larger- sponsored by Jean Jowen, Me. should be made immediately, -
    tome of the exploits of his father now a State Dept aideIn than Florida with three times its llnda Olennan, and Patricia because It must be presented

    South Vietnam Sobotta, Sr. whose wife and three sons population, has been under foreign Carroll, both sponsored by W. by the time school begins
    Quality Short Shank SmokedHams
    live In Green Cove, has been In the war-planted little occupation more or less for 85 D. Mortise, Dial for Meadow. All children who are six

    Southeast Asian nation for more than two years and Is years Since it won its freedom brook Farms years of age, or who will '

    till optimistic about its chances of survvlval From France less than a decade From these five finalists Pa. be six years of age by December : .A.

    ago it has had a succession of dictator tricla Hanley was selected as 31, 1965, are eligible ,

    governments the 1st runner up, and Fatrl. to register.
    "Hope is not lost in Vietnam; of Joseph Sobotta, a resident of Sobotta said a Vietnamese cia Carroll as 2nd runner up.

    i I feel victory will come to the I Greon Cove for many years who policeman receives under $30 a The talent award given by LEO (LEE) CLYDE WARNER! Shank Half or Whole
    Americans has spent the past three yean in the month and gets about $1 I'a month Frank W. Brown and Portion 12 U It-Lb.
    Services for Leo (Lee) Clyde
    These the optimistic words .ridden South Asian nation LB. Avg. LB.
    are war bonus for each child he has Army was won by Paige Aa8oc"1 Warner, 48, of Orange Park,
    recruits get about $20 a month and Cheryl Campbell was chosenby
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    must buy their own uniforms and her contemporaries as Miss 2 clock at the Immanuel 39c 49c

    pay their own expenses. Congeniality The award In this Baptist Church, 8480 Blending

    The people, he said, wonder how : category was given by Bradley Blvd., with the Rev. C. J. ,
    American sailors can afford to own Drug Store. Thomas officiating
    1708 Highway 17, Orange Park
    c their own can. During the Intermissions the Warner, who died suddenly
    Phone "They also want to know whether audience was entertained by a on Monday, was a retired Grade "A" Quick Frozen Plump YoungxTurkeys

    I 26 .2m we still have cowboys and In. song from Miss Florida, and Navy veteran and. a commercial
    dians running around the place. Becky Campbell and a skit with painter He was a member of
    Sobotta said the build.up In U.S. Becky Campbell and Libby the BPOE, Oreen Cove Springs
    raids on Viet Cong military In. Claytor Lodge No. 892. Fleet Reserve t

    allations( had acted as a tremend Judges for the pageant this Club NO 98, Honolulu Cons fa- hY p ,

    EASTER SPECIAL CORSAGE: ous morale booster. year were: Marie Davidson, of tory Scottish Rite, Ocean View e t. 1'.Lb: 17 te U.U,
    "The only thing they are afraid Marie Davidson Modeling Lodge No. 335, P. & A.M., Norfolk J

    CYMBIDIUM ORCHID of Is that the Americans will School Lochelm Va. ,
    ,
    $250 Jerry executive I
    cave" director of the Miss Florida He leaves his widow, Eunice, r 350 390
    However, he added, It is difficult Pageant; Mrs Walter Har- two sons, William and Robert, )
    to convince the older people one daughter, Bttty Ann: two
    din, rgelonal advisor of the
    .Easter Lilies .Potted Plants Cut Flowers!! the American troops ore not thereto half brothers, Russell Nlghs-)
    Mill America Pageant; and
    take over.SIIOI' wander, of Rawson, Ohio, and
    Charles Cook, past state vice
    We Wire Flowers Free Delivery Paul Nlghawander of Vandalla,
    president of the U S Junior ,
    I at HOME: First Ohio.
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    Lodge No 892, held a memorial EASTER CANDIES run
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    Wednesday evening 11-01. Jar
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    Pall boar-rs are: Ralph JELLY; EGGS, 1-Lb. Pkg _._._29o Coupon moot thru Apr, i* __I
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    Harry Creasy, Raipn No-I
    1Il0AliL erger, H. P, Tomes, Worth more Solid Milk Chocolate'

    Moore and Jack Day STANDING HAJUUT, 4-oz. Each: 33cCarnival
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    Frank Schiele, Sr., Alex Pup- AI Whole er Sliced Beets or Ail'

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