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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 22, 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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VOL. 39 NO. 16 ;GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA THURSDAY,' APRIL 22, 19G5 10 CENTS PEI: COPY .
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i f [I As A Matter Of Fact I I to Hesse Supervisory Names Nine Staff 1004. SALES; $5 JILJ"IO.IaylorMobile Homes . '?





E. D. McCALL TO /WEAR ON CHANNEL 4 '
Emmett' McCall, county agent, will be featured during
nest week Monday thru Friday on ,"Farm and Garden"' of Johns-Manville Sets Operation in GCS
over WJXT Television 4, Jacksonville. ;
The ten-minute program to teen at .:&O.m. every weekday ,
morning., Subject are varied and keyed' not only to '' v Johtr-ManvUle'e Green Cove supervisory staff of nine
farmers, but to rural and city homeowner, aa well. mea i > three of them Clay' Countlan . was announcedthis
week by' J. E. Heats, J-M plant manager
FLOBIDA,EDUCATION ASSOC. STATISTICS N 4 The three local men tapped, from 37ft applicants are: Employment Put At 100

Clay rankt u one of Florida eounUet that ,have Glenn. W. Ryan ef Peeler Inlet shipping- aid re.earring .

"much trouble In getting qualified" teaching personnel l foreman.WmUaa 1/ __ __
becauat of low salaries, according to the Florida Education'' HReed.. Jr" ef Green Cove, predwtlenanaaaa. A Carolina-bated builder of mobile homing ha leasedone -

Association.: of the major facllltl at Green Coves Industrial
park
Other vlUl statistics put out by' the PUt: Deaald A. Hater, ef Reystone, .....,U.a fereman.The .
supervisory staff which will to Denlson, Tex., \nd estimate within 90 day It wW employ' approximately_
Only! 671 per cent of ninth trader In Florida complete go on t
high achool Thli would Indicate approximately one third May 3 for 10 week of Intensive training at Johns-HanvWe'a 100 persona

failed to get aa much aa a high achool education. Transit asbestos plant there, will be headed by' Henry. C The Oreen Cove City' Commission, by' a unanimous vote
Another one third (of selective service draftee) Stone, Heass said. ;
art ,
falling pre-lnduction mental test Stone, a native of St. John County now living In Wood Tuesday night, ratified! the lease of the 34,000 tq ft

Florida stands 34th among the M states In per capita bin., 0... was named plant engineer A cum laude graduate .. glass-enclosed building In the Industrial park to the Taylor'
total tax collection by local and state government This In Mathematics and Engineering from Vanderbilt University', Mobile Hornet[ division of Troy Lumber Co., of'Troy, N. C.
1 Ie below the he to expected to move his wife and three children to Oreen
way national average. The company' 1(84 ales were In excess of Umllllon.;
Florida rank 37th In the nation for per capita expenditures Cove sometime during the summer 110
of state ond loea1oftl1UDenta for all educaUon. John Kopp, of Ocala, wa named Industrial and quality According to R- A. McOllvtry, division/ general manager,

ThU says the PEA, U "consistently below the. national control engineer. Kopp to a cum laude graduate In Physics the Oren Cove plant will produce an .annual payroll In
average." and Chemistry from Musklgon College. He to married and f fj the neighborhood of 1300,000 and mobile housing estimated

Thirty-five' state now rank above Florida In estimated ,ha two children and to also expected to move to Green-- it more than 13.ft million a year
current expenditure for public elementary and secondary Cove soon after his return from Denlson. a. '
schools per pupil Horace E. Stepler, already a property owner In Clay Joseph Benedict, formerly vice president In charge of

In aU these categories, Clay County rank far down the County, will retire from the Navy within the next few day, production of Ouerdon Industries, a leading national mobile
line In a Ute that rank far down the line. to become maintenance foreman at the J-M plant- hat
housing manufacturer been named plant manager
Gerald Merwln, of Palstka, wag named accountant at R A. Mcaihrary, U) general manger of the Taylor
SNAFU (ISItMUeaj Nennal All Peeled Up!) the plant. He to a graduate of Florida Southern College: Mettle Howee tivleUa ef Trey Limber Co, and Joseph Benedict Is widely known In the_ Held of mobile housingon
According to the Tlme-Unlon of lat Saturday' "eighty In addition to the two Clay' Countlana named production Benedict, (center) newly feelgaated Green Cave plant the basil. of more than 20 years experience with Guerdon.He .

thousand Duval County residents, a* well a* all Clay Coun- foremen, two other were named to that position They are: manager of the caMiaa-bawd manefaeturer, look *a a* ha already purchased a house la Green Cove near the
tuna would be divorced ,from U. 8. Rep. Charles Ben. Harry C. Anderson of Jacksonville, and Cockran WKest* City Oeiaailesltant Den EeUnrr tlns the reaelatlon al home of John''Prtiton Hall and eJIeCta to move Into Itt

co ti's 2nd district under one of the congressional) redistricting from Ing, Jr the, of University St. Augustine Anderson hold a B8 degree a the meeting *| the City OMwnlsalon,Tuesday evening In the near' future. He and hid. wifs'hive two married
of Butfalo-
proposals which the .
Florida delegation baa offered daughter.
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? to the Ststt LegjaUture joule: tOnald'lIUOIl'ClaJ': wouldgo >'* ? ... .1 \
t IlIto'' Itb District of Rep. D. ft Matthew" This I, .. _Signing ot.tN.ilve-year4.aai ., at an annual rental of I

1 announcement take lie place alongside' the one nude Matthews Tours County} I ,t.," I'f'itt lL.... 14,100 for each of the'first'thm years and ,000 annuallyfor .
several month ago by a Defense Dept. spokesman that ( ':" :
followed
the
; next two yean a brief discussion/ by mem.
the Wavy bate at Oreen Cove would Boon be de-activated. a
I Mrs of the Commission. Negotiation leading to the lease

ATTENTION VETERANS I have been .In. the work for several month

M. T. Dixon, of the PIa. Dept of Veteran Affair. tM i .
urge aU veteran* to drop the bad habit of riding the 1 ." '........,,, .. \01. .....' McOllvary said employment applications may be obtained
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31-day grace period following overdue premium payment It.'" .. at the main gate to the Industrial park.!

: on their OX Insurance- Alteration and modification on the building were'
Such resolution during IMS can save hundred of
scheduled to get underway' this. week and. to be completed
policies that otherwise win lapse be taldDlxoa 1
within the next fortnight.
said experience prove that waiting for the grace .
period\ too often results In forgetting the deadline. and t 1t4.J1 The first mobile home I It expected to be completed
allowing policies to lapse.: within 60 days
Older veteran and those with disabilities should be
especially careful since they may' not be able to obtain Taylor produce three basic line of mobile housing All
The Tayloe plant, occupying II.Mt square feet efapaea. (leer
other Insurance except at much higher rates Dillon urge Is of them rang In .1.! from 10 x 47 Net to 20 x 60 ,..t.
all veteran with question new vadergelng medlflcalleiit and Ih* girt mobile
him at P O Box 14)7, St. Petersburg on their Insurance to write home (U scheduled far completion la M days The com- The quality' line produced by UM company 1 11 told under ,..
pany'e eetlsaated aaaaal psrrell ey labor Day I is close I* the trade name of Imperial. A medium-priced line la

$MM.Mf| lie aiBBal predact vale will be In cities ef ft.ft produced under the name of Coronet. An economy line

Honor GCS Winn-Dixie Men ilk ulltlsa, I Ie called Wdg.wood.McOilvary .

told The Crescent a resident sales manager
Phinip Henderson manager The awards were made in a One Dead Seven will be employed II* said the person chosen mutt be con ,."
Wmn-Dl Jacksonville regionStore Cengreeaaaaa D. R. Matthew .Is shewai with AaaUnDrlnkwaler. Injured
and Richard WUlia produce fr.J) versant with mobile housing! sales. In this a". Bale. from
sales oontteetet competition Orange Park Peetatastcr.Congreaamaa .
manager or the WlD..DIaII With at !!
In Oren Cove. have won .tore D. ft. Matthew, gressionsl Easter reces handshaking Local Accidents Georgia and Alabama ..:\ .'1McOllvary .
trip to the Hew York Worlds The New York trip for both speaking briefly Tuesday beforecountywlde tour.
current
Pair me Include their wtvea.Honoicd a group of person His greatest response came said the esumsttd production en'vislons
Kfflway 17 claimed Its first '
Sundsy night
from three high schools where when the ear in the fabrication of 100 mobile home annually.
who are exploring the poealbOltie victim of the last
year Thursday which they were
riding
:: At U. of F. of establishing! a United students terest In evidenced current affairs a lively In. night when Orover C. ed Off State Road II just careen.east

" Fund In Clay County, pointedout Webb, of Hickory, N C was of Orangedale, turned over and
that unparalleled fund more The frequently Congressman finds himself said he Instantly killed .by a speeding then righted' Itself. Smile: Climate Is Here !

are research.being poured Into medics! at odd with President Lyndon ear near Virginia Village.Webb Willie Le Little, 17 years old

(Continued on Page 4) who had been visiting offered cut and bruises;
Matthew, recently named to Berlin HUlon. of Virginia Village Evonne Hatch !I', head lac.rs- rJ'a
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, the powerful House Appropriation for several! weeks, was the Dots: and Keith Hatch, 17.
Committee, told more DR. HOWARD MJ8JC third member of his. familyto cut and bruises.Aecording .
lira M person attending tile.J'n'UUoo..onJJ' SPEAKER APRIL S3 die a violent death Ilia to police, the car
meeting In The Rev. Oeorg f Howard younger brother died In an auto ryas speeding at an estimated
w: the Court House annex thatbrsskdhvmylr whose column appears accident North Carolina ev (Continued from Page 11
3 _may soon be weekly la The Crescent, win deal week* ago. .* mile an hour. The ear wsa
- made la such killing dlaeaeeaa give the Commencement addree : totally demolished The It" ,
! :According to police, Webb
acre, heart ,failure etThe I*4 St. John JUt!!' we watting on the shoulder of year-old driver wa charged

kaacheon meeting waa haW College tomorrow the highway at shortly after I with reckless driving.wilful or
one 01 It atop In the county evening. April 33 o'e*, Thursday when a car wanton.
Matthews made during a Con- said to have been driven by
Richard Valence! 20. of Jack A Jacksonville school teacher
and her three
children
were'admitted
aonvin*. passed another car
Job going the same direction and' to Clay Memorial
Corps Survey slammed Into Webb The office Continued on Page t.MOODI' .

of Sheriff Jennings Mmrhee ,
said Valence admitted he was ,4

I, Made In Green Cove driving 76 mllee .. hour *t PLZADNGl'ILTTI ai.lTLMEDPPVULtl : : "', "
the time of the tragedy. nr toiRr flOrl \ I Iif
Oren Cove was a giant step be easily adapted for Inatrue. Webb left leg was found +P.- .
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rarer a decision this week on Uonal and recreational purpose more than 200 feet from Mabody. Walter Edward Moody I I .
whether an aXW-maa Job Corpa . wa completed& late pleaded guilty In Circuit ',; > Y ,
Industrial training center will Tnursdsy A coroner** jury xuled the Court Monday to a charge r
be eatabllahed In ttnueed fartll- Jack Brstt a construction death wa accidental. Valence Of resisting arrest with Violence. The werlaT large bwUdtag. . la wbiefe Grce %CeveV

t1.. at the Clt-o.mecIlnduICl1a1 engineer associated with Coaam was I booked on a charge of reck nC.*...*.. Ue, |* .|.,... mule, M.. .. ewe J
i'IL' (Rica) w.... sea off Mr. eel Mrs- Ray L park. Service, mad the surveyfor lea driving" wDful or wanton- Sentence was. withheld .* aeversl prieae eoa4raetrt . fa u.|.. slaps ft| raps
JIMaeL, of Green Cove ha* bee. sassed IetfttaIJ ef u.. A foot-by.foot ...1.. surveyof the Office of Economic Op. He win be tried before County pending a pre sentence In ....../. The -MeeMhal" kalMlag. win ...f \1
CMvefftatr. ., Issftda eheaier W Ah>h. IWU Slgwta, sw- approximately a doaen building portunity. Judge Thomas J. River nut veati"atlo4. nee serve M the fastSty
..... anfsMl..ai edvvftfelag fraleraUy. ,.. se". a 1KJrads . six I dormitoriea.! the Ea route to Orem Cove, month. Maximum penalty under aeseaiaeUg lei era ,.k... Ihree-eaaa flglei U Okaf "
se ., day Sflgk aid a 1M4 gTatfwaie e* Si MUM hot ttaJ. the enlisted mea1 Bract went over the Blandlng the charge .Is two tear* la It.... V.u ., iheae glaat. recked tan be My --..... .
. River Jawest c.a.... wiry repevaesrt. ha charter at tho a*. mesa the theatre aid several site that IsM been proposed byConUoaed Three Oreen Cove youth suf. prison or 11 OO fine, "n,.two stories I. ..,,... the beOdlaf has epeategg bee

teaal .MtMwsM of the fraterwMy *a MUaal thi* .... additional bulldlnga which can ( oa Page Is /.red bruiaea. sad laceration .....''k te dale a 43-story effleoIII "114.ba,.,


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"nAT II SOOD rod CUT It OOB FOR THI C UCtnr' By
DUNCAN 0. GRONER Sheriff Jennings Morrhee
80LDTHWAITE CRONER EDITOR AND PUBLISHER By
DUNCAN DR. GEORGE P. HOWARDDr.
HIZABCTH LEONARD GRONER SECRETARY No one la opposed to Progress.The Within the past week we have had

Pveumg torn TMUMDAT Br Cuitcm Peas INC.p. not want to go: to disciplinedlife two area accidents that resulted in
rub is that in the sometimes remarkable to sacrifice and self-denial. H
o. BOX MS workingsof , charges of reckless driving wilful or
SHIN Covi SraiNM. FLORIDA democracy each of us is entitled to' define for himself We like to have our own way; A 'wanton against both drivers. r.

TIUPHONI GCS 184-Jiee what Progress entails but there are rules for the In one accident a young man was
IICOM. CUM foitwi r Ale i AT SHIM Cox .,....... FniiM. road and we must follow them.
tilled three
In the other youngstersseem
SUBSCRIPTION RATES At a guess . and without double checking It I
OMB YEAR IN ADVANCE ................ ... .*. would guess that to such as Burlington, Johns-JManvllle. For every pilgrim on life's to,have been lucky; they got off
TWO YEARN IN ADYAMCBl ................. ..$ and duPont Progress is new products, automation and way there is light enough, if with minor injuries. In both cases investigating -

new plants in communities that do not' take them for we will follow It; not all light, police say, the cars wertI

I would that to Ben Zellner but light enough to reach the going faster than the moat basic rules
granted suppose Progress is .,
Lights and PhonesThe paved streets and proper lighting and sewage treatment far-off home. Our prayer shout of safety would have ordained.

plants . and an industry listed in the Dow-Jones averages be to be led AMID the ,gloom I oj I The law says "any person who drives
not OUT of it, for God is on vehicle (ANY vehicle) in wilful or
resolution of the board of directors of the Clay on every corner. To John Preston Hall, Progress is very any
the road, a pillar of fire at tit/ wanton disregard for the safety of persons
County Chamber of Commerce to seek (1) a solution to probably money working in the bank to produce more
the power outages in Oreen Cove . most costly to the money, more payrolls better homes and a higher standardof night and a cloud swelling with or property Is guilty of reckless driving
blessing for the
day. On this charge the state puts a maximum penaltyof
living. Howard
Green Cove Yarn Co.; and (2)) an end to the costly tele !
believe A good road provides a way 90 days or a $500 fine. On a second offense the penaltycan
phone service In the Green Cove area are worthy, we But there are others whose definition of Progress begins The exciting and tragic happenings to get to the things that seem be as high as six months or a $1,000 fine or both.

of wide public backing somber with a big "I"Engine in Jerusalem during impossible to reach; It has Having got thru almost a third of the year withouta
The Crescent has recited in recent weeks the
Holy Week were ended, and signs that help direct us to our highway fatality we had all hoped we might get through
facts of Burlington Industries' $80 million expansion program Charlie Wilson, a onetime president of General .
two men who had gone to that unseen destination. And when 1989.
not a penny of which came to Clay County If Motors and Eisenhower's Secretary of Defense, made the
city for the Passover, were returning well built it can bear
heavy It has been said that any moving vehicle is a dangerous
Burlington officials say little about the power situation In egregious error of saying out loud that what was good for
home. Half way there, traffic. Jesus offers us a road without
instrument. When it Is handled care 4 .
their minds General Motors for the nation. And
In good
was there
Oreen Cove, it is a consideration uppermost are
they were joined by a Stranger with a solid foundation that wilfully or wantonly . it becomes an instrument of
some us who believe that what Is for
when they choose a site for their expansion. among good them
who turned out to be the risen will bear up undr all loads: death.
As to the charges made by Southern Bell on longdistance- what serves their own purposes and whims and prejudicesserves Christ. It'WII a thrilling experience the way''of trust in God, of
noted that American the commonweal. ,
It should be
diallng-across-the-street,
for those two disciples on acceptance of His will obedi
and Telegraph Co., of which Southern Bell Is
Telephone It 'Just isn't so. 'the Emmaus road to be walking ence to His rules and cooperation
last earned $3.24 a share on over half a billion
a part, year
with Christ. They recalled afterwards -
Progress is new industry new products paved streets with His purposes.
shares outstanding. Per share earnings of ATtT have
and money that will produce better living "Did not our heart There is something fascinating
risen year by year,' considerably: burn within us, while he talked,, about the fact that one may

With a virtual monoply, on the American telephoneuser Progress in our county will be served I believe If we with us by the way, and while start across our Continent on .

here's how they do It. work together to attract to a small group of building at he opened to us the scriptures Highway 40 from New Jersey A9c'ILiiuiteLYCIEANI3RSI:

For a 3-minute station to station call not Including Oreen Cove's industrial park an 800-man Job Corps training T"Jesus assured that it will land him .

tax. Green Cove phone users pay: center. I believe it fair to say no one else on earth will Is One who Is safe for by and by, in San Francisco on

To Orange Park 12 miles . . .. .15 cents ever be Interested in the group of buildings- the road. The great missionary the west coast . if you simply

To Middleburg, 14 miles' .' 20 cents But if we are to get it we need to behave like Thomas Chalmers after havinga follow it. Jesus .said "I am
To Jacksonville 28 miles . . .. .30 cents a onetime "
transforming religious experience the Way He can give us a
of New York Fiorello LaOuardia
mayor who
To Keystone, 32 miles .33 cents .was once
described the found himself witha taste of heaven on the road (20 N. Orange Avenue GREEN COVE SPRINGS
as having teal of St. George and the manners
For a 3-minute person-to-person call, not Including .
of St. Vltus. Never mind, he got things done. new life.Writing in his Jour- and safe guidance to our eternal .
tax Green Cove phone users pay: .
nal, he said, "I set myself to the destination
To Orange Park 12 miles .30 cents The Job Corps is interested . vaguely I'would say great business of intercourse Those who have committed .

To Middleburg 14 miles .. . .35 cents . In a group of something like a dozen buildings (six with heaven on the road." themselves to a pilgrim's progress -

To Jacksonville, 26 miles .45 cents barracks the hospital, the enlisted men's mess, the theatre The Christian way Is heavenon with Christ, not only are

To Keystone, 32 miles . .Gcents and two or three other nearby buildings that could readily the road because it offers going somewhere, but having a Let'sonce.

Something like 25 years ago, for the sum of $1 paid be adapted for instructional and recreational uses. the thrill of high adventurefor good time at it.
the i City 'of Oreen Cove gave Southern Bell a franchise.The and
a great cause a great
franchise has about five years to run unless it la With 800 Jobs Corpsmen in there and more than Christ.

canceled. 80 staffers and their families , we could begin to get Lead, kindly Light amid P.T.COUNCIL MEETING

This is unlike the City of Starke which collects a 10 paved streets and betted street lighting and sewage treatment the encircling gloom," is one APRIL 17 !

per cent utility tax from the Southern Bell. The bill paid plants and the rest of the items that go by the name of my old favorite hymns which Clay County P-TA Council

last year by Southern Bell to Starke was approximately of Progress. is seldom "Lead
sung now. Thoume will meet on Tuesday April
However, even with Burlington and Johns-Manvllle
and
on'' We need that Light at
$8,800At 27th ten o'clock at the
$8,500 a year from Southern Bell a lot of city Taylor and Climate, we haven't got it made. We cannot for there Is dimness on the Charles E. Bennett School.

blocks could be paved.Memo the afford, we We've dare not sit back and pretend that we're on road: so m many unanswered The Quest speaker will be L&T Bar & Grille
way. got to keep fighting and competing with
questions so many unexplained
James
other better equipped communities which, If they do not mysteries and without a Guide assistant Sowell principal recently appointed at Clay 10 mi. S. Oreen Cove; V/:> mi. X Putnam Co. line

have, a view of the, Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf, do have
we will lose our way and miss High School who will
To The SRD paved streets, etc.: speakon FRIDAY and SATURDAY
the goal. the duties of student
Those who would not change "our little town" are And yet, how strange: muchas dices In school. coun- Uilllillp Music by TIIK: COUNTRY BOYS

I Quite apart from the three murderous, sub-standard too deluding late themselves Oreen Cove will chang. It is far we need guidance there Is It is hoped that many will Robert, Billy, George and Eddie
17 between Park and Oreen to turn back the tide. We can do something to
bridges on Klllway Orange direct something in us which dreads avail themselves of the opportunity -
it.There,
Cove, there are two other potentially dangerous traffic It, lest it lead us where we do to attend this meeting. SUBSCRIBE: TO TIn: CRESCENT
1 hazards that require some attention. are those articulate few who base their doubtson

1 The first of them is the increasingly Important Johns- the wisdom of going out and dragging In a Job Corps

Manville corner, the Interesctlon of highways 10 and 17. training center on the theory that it will not be permanent,
Who knows how permanent it will beT If It only stays fouror
As J-M's activities increase and as more and more auto
five or six years, the money clinking in local tills will
traffic meets at this Intersection it is becoming more evi-
dent all the time that a traffic light Is needed there. pay for a lot of things. And while it's clinking we are

The State Road Dept should not, we think, wait until looking for other more permanent payrolls There are a Have Peace of Mind
I few who raise the spectre of pillaging and -
someone Is killed or maimed at that point before it acts rape. This is

Just south of that point on Killway 17, the Atlantlo nonsense. The federal government, no matter how goofy I

Coast Line's spur, serving Johns-Manvllle and Climate, some of the things it does is not' going to associate itselfor .

crosses the highway. The shrubbery on both sides of the sponsor a crime wave in Oreen Cove or anywhere else .:

4 highway where a train might come is heavy and though It would be. fair to say I believe, that if any of our .. I.

I the trains cross the highway at a snail's pace It is a congressional delegation or Governor Haydon Burns felta :1)ft\)

frightening experience to see a locomotive emerge"from Job Corps training center inimical to the best Interests .. : ,

the bushes when you least expect it. We believe a warning of a Florida community they would have said so- Becausea Deduct!

light or bell at both sides of the track would cut down crime wave sponsored by the United States government BE SAFE I'ROTECT

on the dangers that are now present and that will could very easily be put smack In the middle of their 1

become more Intensive as J-M goes into operation, ,,political laps And then there are the few loud mouths

i-. whose daddies kicked niggers and they have never got -: :- YOUIiVALUABLE'S ,

THIS YOUR V over the frustration of not being able to do It for fear
THI! of being charged with assault. FLAY SAFK ,

'tIuu! [P [}lV@V[ AIRTRAlNINe terror I saw to with my own eyes too much of the Nazi mystic JBOXlS? ,..... ,\

COMMAND ever again believe that any man la superior be. c ,J .
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')01 cause his eyes are blue or his skin is white :

l I PRACTICALLY PERSON! WHO eVERY eNTERS Much may be gained, for each of us, from courting and ,

;i2 THE AIR FORCE PASSES luring to our community a Job Corps training center. Much .
o
? THROUGH THE: AIR may be lost If we persist in he whims and fancies of our ,

TRAINING ITS SLOGAN COMMAND.19... fathers. We'd better get with It or progress streets, .

lights money In the bank . will go somewhere else. 'I'
'PREPARE
THE MAN'MO There are a thousand, thousand places that are beating .

THAT'S JUST WHAT the drums of Progress. Our little town must be changed / .. ..' ."

THIS VITAL fACILITY Our little Eden is an Illusion. Wo NSAFE
have added
roes. recently\ another section of
....,., .., ".. John has signed the Magna Carta at Runnymede. The. h
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#I" ""':: ,'II''. feudal system has gone down the drain. If we act we shall : DEPOSIT BOXES: ":

II make mistakes. If we make mistakes 'In good faith, no which available( to anyone interested

; one will blame us But we must act. in this service
}' Como in and
A*TRAINING COMMAND RUNS TOE see us.
Progress Is streets, lights In the
BASIC MILITARY TRAINING CENTER money bank. It I is
AT LACKLAND AIR FORCE MSB, a Job Corps training center in Green Cove that will provideto '
SAN ANTONiq, TEXAS. NEW AIRMEN our new and growing industrial demands a reservoir of '
ARRIVE AT THIS BASE, MID ARC
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MRS- CARSWELL HAS Anne Attaway Jerome Jackson County I Servicemen .i'l'

I Green Cove SocialsMrs. FOUNDERS: CIRCLE MEET Clay County

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Seventeen members attendedthe s
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April meeting of the Found United In Marriage April 15 CollegiateNotes Specialist Four Curtis L. Jet Padaett _Jr, of, Orange .:Park.1;;"iU

R T.. Marcotte of ter-ln-law. Mr and Mrs. William en Circle of the Green Cow fries son of Mr. and Mn. serving with Fighter Squad- ,
Gainesville spent Friday'with Cartwright and their Springs Oarden Club which James H. Jeffries of Green I ron 143 at the Navsl,Air' 8U- h

her grandmother Mrs. Harriet granddaughter Tina, of Cape' was held last Thursday April Cove underwent extensive Army tlon, Mlramar, Calif. The \

Lymin. !tenned)'. IS, at one o'clock, at the homeof 'u : training tests near Orafen squadron U now undergoing(
Mrs J. E. Carswell. MR.CanweU' ? wohr Germany, April 10. I extensive training In radar intercept I
Homer J, Cuatead, Jr. of: Specialist Jefferle is I technique and elr-to-
of Ware co-hostesses
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pupkln Mrs J O. Shaw were 'Gc Rye"1dPr. UIIln'l
had as their guest over the Shoals, S. C., Is the guest of Mn L. M. Johnston MR. yn Orange Park, will get his mas ed as a driver 11Servlc. ground weapons delivery In
t o Easter week-end Miss. Sandra her son and da hter-in.law. Thomas J. Knight and Mrs ter's degree tonight at Florid. tery 1st Battalion of the 24t preparation for its third overseas .
Guard, Who Is a student at8tetson'University. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shaw. Charles) >Miller. State University At the same Infantry: Division's 33th Artll I tour with the U. 8. Seventh
Mrs. M. B- Argo president, time Edna Moore, also of harp in Germany. He entered Fleet this September in the

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. Smith called the meeting to order and Orange Park, will be graduated the Army In July, 1983, and I Western Pacific '
had their guests last weekend Introduced Ben Zellner, Oreen with a degree of bachelor of! completed basic training .t Squadron 14) files the Me-' t'
as
Mrs. Alex ?ui kin and Mrs. Science In Home Economics Oa. .
Fort Gordon. II"
Mrs- Smith's sister Mn. Cove Springs City Manager as Donnell "Phantom supersonic
W. B. Lucas left Tuesday for The degrees will be conferredIn
Thelma PrItchard and her the speaker. Mr. Zellner spoke combat aircraft. This aircraft
Hollywood,where they will attend daughter, Janet and Mrs. Mark on Green Cove Springs and the Campbell Stadium by: PSU'i Army Sgt. John H. Bell sot most versatile weapon
the two day State convention has acting President John E. Cham of Mn. Janie Bell, of Green
King, all of Miami. plans the City Commission ever built, can be equipped to
t>f theTederated Woman'sClubs for Improvements and made plop Cove recently: received the perform attack, fighter bomber

aa representatives of the some suggestions as to what Good Conduct Medal while assigned or reconnaissance duties or .
Oreen Cove Springs. V. I A. Mr. and Mn. Warwick Ken- the Garden Club might do to Marsha Ann Turner, 'ol to the 7th Army Augmentation any combination of these.
"Woman's Club. ney: and their daughter, Karen help. A ,question and answer Green Cove, a student at Oeor. Readiness: Group, ItGermany.
The squadron holds the Navy
weekend In Savannah

spent Easter '
I followed gla Southern College, has been .
period ,
Unit Commendation and Armed
of their
the
Mrs."!fettle West Barwick of as guests Mr. I During the business session assigned student teaching work lie received the award for I Forces Expeditionary Medal for
and son-in-law
Wartlngton,, spent the weekend daughter Mrs W W. Hodges was accepted at Jane Macon Junior High exemplary: conduct, efficiency action In the Gulf of Tonkin
Mrs Ernie Shumate.
as the guest of her father, and as a member. a q School In Brunswick She lithe and fidelity as a soldier In ac near Viet Nam during August.
Carter West. The following announcementswere t ;4 daughter of Mr, and Mn live military service He isassigned 1964.

Mrs William Norris and her made: the Tour of Homes D. C. Turner. as a supply sergeantIn

t Mr. and Mrs David Cart- daughters, Loretta and Evelyn: sponsored by the Orange Park the group's. 8th Maintenance I

wright has as their guests last spent the weekend In Frisco Garden Club on April 24th, the Dan Martin,of Orange Park,, Battalion near Kalsenlautern,,, Fashion In Action
week-end their son and daugh- City Alabama, visiting relatives. meeting of Presidents and Vice a student at Andrew College,. German

Presidents of District IV at St made the Honor List for the The 22-year-old soldier entered SpringTim.dSportsw.ar

Augustine on May 13th and winter quarter. According to the Army: In February: ,,
LETTERS EDITOR Mr. and Mrs. Herb Tomes the short course for Oarden Dean John L. Baxter Honor IBs], and completed baslo trainIng .
have as guests his father John Club Memben at Gainesville Miss. Anne Delores Attawayand : point. The bell shaped .klrt; List student 'must carry at at Fort Gordon, Oa

ClAY m tsr-In-law. from June 2325. Jerome Malone Jackson ended In a cathedral train least IS hours of work and
SPRING SAND CONCERTI The Circle officers elected were united In marriage on trimmed with appllqued al.n. have a B or better average Airman Apprentice Harold
I Clay High Band will Tomes, of Clara City, Minnesota for the coming year will be installed Thursday: April 15, In the Pint eon lace. Her shoulder 1.nlthy.U D. Danaon, Jr., USN, son of Mr.
present their annual Spring and their son and daugh at the Circle Planning Methodist Church, Green Cove, was held by: a rose of and Mrs. Harold D. Demon of
Concert st the Junior High ter-in-law. Mr. and Mn. Herbert Meeting. at 6.30: o'clock. The Rev Warren matching material with .eed Melvyn A. Bryan, of Green Orange Park, hat been graduated .
Auditorium In Green Cove Tomes, Jr.. and family Waason of Jacksonville, pearls, and she carried a cat. Cove, will be among those who from Aviation Mechanical
Springs on Thursday, April 22, of Smyrna: Tenn. performed the double ring cad. bouquet of f"thnedPrench will receive baccalaureate: degrees Fundamentals School at
at 7:30 p jn. 8TAIILER BOX TO ceremony; carnations lily of thl at the University: of the Naval Air Technical TrainIng .

There 'will be a varied program Miss Catherine Anderson BE ORDAINED Given In marriage: by her valley: centered with an orchid Florida. Bryan, who Is marriedto Center Tenn He studied

Including such numbers daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Berwick IN ANCIENT CITY RITES father the bride chose a gown The bride's sister Mrs Jami. the former Judy: Huntley: mathematics physics, electrical

as "Blue 'Tamgo "Au Pays," Anderson, has returnedto Thety.. Willlan Lloyd of Ivory: satin which featureda Arnold, of Perry served as h.r laughter of Mr and Mn. Hammond principles, atomlo structure,,

"Lorraine" and "The Saint St. Oenivleve of the Palms, Stabler, son of Mr. and MnL. fitted bodice,calla lily sleeves, matron of honor, lire: Frank!. Huntley, of Orange Park, static and dynamic electricity: ,

Louis Blues.: Ashvllle, N. C., after spendingthe L. Stahler, of Green Cove, a round neckline trimmed with Llnton, of Maoclenny: Mill hat majored In Architecture magnetic theory: and the theory
Therewin be no admission Easter weekend with her who lace which came to a center Linda Smith, of Perry and He accepted a position. In Roanoke and construction of aircraft
1 Ia one of two young men Va.
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harge.! parents. will be ordained Into the Catholic ----- Miss Eloise McBee, of Oree batteries.Aviation.

priesthood at outdoor ceremonies nary: Pica St., and St. Mary's: Cove, were bridesmaids.
at the Mission of Hombre Seminary: both In Baltimore. The bridesmaids were gowneIn 0. P. EPISOCOPAL Ordnanceman Third
I Lid with de Dine In Saint Augustine Mr. Stahler has on brother floor length gown of aqu CHURCH WOMEN lITItRIDQI.LVNCIlION Dais Robert J. Padgett, USN,
iwClay County Property on Sunday: Jerome, who live In Montgomery satin'which featured fitted boo son of Mr. and Mrs WilliamPLEASE A lightweight long-sleeve shirt
dices with round neckline, elbow distinctly Fendleton sparks thlaseason'
The Most Rev Joseph P. : Ala ln-actloa line.Available "
Frank Brown .
W. comfort-
i Hurley, Archbishop of St. Augustine Mr. SUhler spent one year length sleeves and bell The annual bridge-lunchson In plaids and .
And Asodatn will officiate at the 'assisting Maryknoll: Mission skirts. Their headpieces wara of the Grace Episcopal church- ]IQ JONLY' the Sir I'endleton I shirt is gamed

I Ceremonies. : aries at a mission In the jungle flower of matching material women In Orange Park will be pg*i ss>4 with tapered self-belted slacks.vl.
fresh
Be Mere4 .... sMato Breksr veils. carried held next Wednesday from Suawelght fabrics and
Stabler attended St. Paul's of Yucatan Mexico. with circular They on tal colors combined with the natural
.... UJ. Bgbway 11 Oraage... School and Bolles Military: Academy Some of his early life was' bouquet of full mums m.tch. 10:30: until 3:30: o'clock. values of 1007 virgin woolto

ASM M4-WN : Jacksonville. He spent spent on a farm n.ar Lawty: leg their gowns Called "A Day: at Min Rio," span the seasons. A flair for
accentsinch
worked with Donna Smith, cousin of the the affair will be at the TUdelle trim traditional styling
he ha
:NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY six :yean at St. Charles Minor Fla* and pacesetters as the new
.zr: 4N feet frontage V. 8. Highway ITiimti Seminary, Catonsville Md deprived youngsters In orphanages bride, was the flower girl She state on the river at 3141 Aster suede-paneled Jacket and the
His religious education was and at Juvenile! delinquent wore an aqua organdy: dm. Street. There will be In. popular Eagle River cardigan
<(< North ef Green Ceve Rpdage) I In Baltimore. and her headpiece matche formal modeling during the Jacket*, Front runner In the col.,
furthered at 8Marr': Semi- centers Nation ls that exemplary elbow
those of the bridesmaids. Br. fresco" on the terrace at noon 1 barer, the short-el.eved button
f carried a basket of aqua pin Table prises of handmade ceramic down ihlrt. All Pendletons
nochlo mums Jam pot and the door Including its sweaters and more
CANpP.EveNT and slack styles-
Serving as ring bearer '11'11' prli are gift of Dr and Mrs. color-mix ahlrt. Jacket with . Tlnf.;
Phil Walker of Perry: .also a Will Psramore timed i'endleton ere availablela
V cousin of the bride. Mrs Thomas H McMillan FoP STFIRES America's quality stores.
Julian Ferris, of JactaonvllI..
III, chairman, will be assistedby
'served beat The usher
as man.
Mn George A. Schoene, co-
were Jerry: Roaeberry: and John chairman Mrs Prank W, Don Pool's
of Green Cove.
Nely
AttendAt Drown Sr., and Mr.. Henryfarrow
reception In thtoclal
Following
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tickets and relC'rva.tlonl.
room of the church: the SEUMOmCB CODY UsCMDRlPaJsaette
Mrs. Donald R Clawson,
couple left on a short wedding, food. Mr. Daniel A Martin, a .*..*.. Oreeo Gen

Y. trip. lowers, Mr.. Henry: L. Robaon, Ota 14 Bern limy Day
Mr. and Mrs Jackson ar. IIlames .
Mr Philip
teachers at Clay High 8chooland roperUes, Flllee.1le./tt 1..-.
and Jean Jow-
will reside In Green Cove. publicity Beetle. Ua4i Me I"a... Itagti Leeks MeFkff
.ire. fashions Days I**
Table reservation may b.

CHURCH NOTICES nade ailing through 2It.&ot. Saturday byj I RVERTBODT WBLCOMBI'

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FOUR Ulay!( County Crescent THURSDAY; APRIL M, '1965





L ,Matthews On Clay High's Powder Puffs One Dead, Seven Injured LEGAL ItOTICB' IN TUB S LEGAL.''CIRCUIT" leOTICi COVET: :I I

III EFontCC AYCOCOUSTY AND POE CLAY
/ County TourContinued AND <; Col7T
FLORIDA IN
j UANCERT' CHANCERY
FLORID". IN (; N.. ea.a.-cJ '
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( from Page 1) f q THE WILLIAMSBUROH BAVINQ8 THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS
BANK, a corporation, BANK IN THB CITY OP
Johnson On domestic affair Plaintiff NEW TORE, a Corporation.
Plaintiff.re .
than on foreign policy. RICHARD U DAUFHA-IS, eL U*, .

He told the Junior and tento Defen&T'HKOrSMT FRED| LAMBERTand
PAVL1NK W. LAMBERT.
classes at Clay High that while ) THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO! his' : edantl. '
situation In ? RICHARD L. DAtPHAVlS and
he did not like the +'hw r pAr 1
nw CONSTANCE E. DAUPHANIS NOTICE Or SUIT
The meeting sponsoredby r .i $ 0 0p rlld his wife. residence and address THE STATE OF FLORIDA-To
the County Public Health S ', unknown I FRED LAMBERT
f 4 p Fi You are hereto notified thata and PAULINE: w, LAMBERT,
Nursing Advisory Council a'y Te tt suit has been filed a.alnal hi* wife,
J d ''tied oauio: I ,,
ent Curtle
Russell you In th. above IK W.
named Dr. Jensen 4 4Y 4r
I and that vou are hereby r*> Paaadena. Texas
president of the Clay County 'aulred to file noun answer with YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE
the Clerk. of thin Court and tocrve that a suit has been filed axtlns
Chamber of Commerce a noon thereof upon the you In the above cause and yo
and Mrs. Clifford L. Geiger Plaintiff ntiornev whossRHTANT ] are required to file your answt
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name end """ : with the Clark' of this Cour
to name a committee to FRFFMAVmCHARDSOV and to nerv a copy thereof us-
*, WAT!'OV plaintiff Its ,
the or attorney.Mahoney
study the possibilities of establishing -
711 BartiMt Rank Bill,line Hadlow. Chambers in.
a United Fund Jacksonville t. Florid Adams, Barnett National I Ban
campaign In the county nee 'later thin May 14, A D, Bulldlnoi,. Jacksonville I. Florid.
not later than May 14. 1965 i
The Orange Park area Is 1 f' i I asst 4r1"' If vent fall to do en slued I YOU fall ao to do a Decree ('r
Pro Conf....o will h" Confce 111'11b./ entered ..aln
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already within the Jackson j a..aln.1 rat for the relief d. you for the relief demanded I
viDe United Fund. It was Djt1e mended ,In the Complaint the Complaint' This suit, .Is t
t Th. n,tiir" of said' anlt helna' foreclose a mortcac The ,..
pointed out that Clay County 1 I Ir Shown above at the accident investigation are (l-rt) for the foreclnnure of Mortgareenruenherlnr property proceeded, aval net I I.

like the Jacksonville Deputy Sheriff Mark Johns; State Patrolman John Marsh; the prnnrrtv and I Inrem'e loOt t 4 1. Block 4. MEUXm:
". Ranted In ClAY i,
beaches might Join the Du- and Ray Chance Civil Defense Director. IT mtI1.rl<.... de. ..rrl 1.>.d *.* coun'l. plat BROOK.thereof Unit recorded accordlnv In Pin t

t Blork 4, BFLLAIR Book I. Pig 14. of the current
val United Fund, thai "'ne. .
ONE: a"fordln to plat reccrd.f
(Continued from Page 1) public records of Cla
fitting from a highly qualified CHURCH NOTES In PInt Book e. paves It County FI<"r......
Hospital Friday after the and 17. of the puM record. Together with all structures ,
car In
paid staff and share The Mlddleburg Methodist nf Clue County. Florida Improvements now and hereon
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the campaign receipts. It Church oldest Methodist In In which they were riding went AND AL8O the followln.. dpcrlbed er on said land; and all fixture
out of control and turned > Item of * 1 might also establish Its own Pictured above is the winning team ((48- Williamson Patsy Patten Kay Malone continuous operation in Florida, over located In or upon the abovedeixrlhed need In connection with thpremiece
on State Road 21 a mile south nremleriPerfection :
will annual herein daerlbed
with have Its homecoming an
United Fund probsbly:
I) in the Clay High Powder Puff football Reremird Wall 1
Janet Parker Back row Phil Nichols, coach) of Beulah Baptlat Church. In addition thereto the follow
volunteer staff. Or celebration on Sunday May Heater Model OW 5e
only: a (senior "Inc described household aool
it do nothing about the girls n. Junior girls) game last Janice Snipes Sherrl Clevlnger Elisabeth 2. Mrs Jo Anne Hardwlck 34 Theam Water, Heater .. Model ....... which are and shall tdeemed ,

can Monday evening. Daniels, Ruth Turner Nancy Newell, Ellen years old, was treated for head p it PEeefrmmnde Wall Hester In to be, fixture. and ,

problem. Front row (I-rll) Bonnie Gibson Earllne Mitchell Eddie Taylor and Jay Goolsby, lacerations after the camper half. both nart Point of the Ranre realtyrHal and Oven RR.1
Spring Bank Church
Vietnam he felt the President Baptist I* vallon nil teak
Miles Carol < Kltchrn
Spearman Jinls Eschuk, Ann coaches. 10 Dmerenn Fan n
had no alternative than what ---- will sponsor a revival each she was driving went off the Nutcne. Ranee Hood and Fan Warner Water Heater

he was dolna."We'd evening at 7:30 o'clock beginning road and turned over when the Oencral No. J..nn..a Electric: rang (Mode Stewart Wr.r Heeeised W.1 l lHwtler

eon and say a few words Mat attempted to get It back on Fl.. rn refrigerator oe "B fiR
better fight In Viet 59th Sunday. There will be a n.UnllIII1nm"
thews got up and told differ. Wedding Anniversary 'Model N" TB-HH4) '
a the Thcrmador Wall Heater % Dal'
nam," he said "than to find ent different) speaker fact evening highway. WIT: !:IO! mr hand and *.eat ** IllWITVERR
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story."I . .
AIM to' enN rmirf t O-een Covenrln
treated
the Communists at our door. .. were: Samuel .. ... mv hand and the se'of
Clay Ctnv. Flnr .. ..
was at home In .
Gainesville Or
Court Cn\
Itep. Some of us still accept thei Hardwlck, Jr.,is; Virginia Hard- t"' '. '., "lay of Apr I. A. D. IMSr Spr'nre.hls FlnrM at thla. 10 day <.

i \ Maginot Line concept of warfare last night at 11 clock," he I wick' :, 7; and Daniel Hardwick.I (SEA r.tOPOROE: r. CIRLiSLE a...', ... D. 1555.
told the group, "when the tele- i ,. (SEATS
It did not work for France a rM,'k., o r Clrcalt. Conrt. o"'OROE L. CARU9LF,
Phone'ran,. It was George Car. I r.nntr Florida'
and it would work even less to.II I Tin vivUn. M. flnhra Clerk
Isle. He told me about this "Y' Vlvl-n H. Bohm

I uy 1 luncheon today and he said he Say You Read It in I l'e"U'f1 CIA.'.t to t.4 IIvoriew --Tenntv Clerk
Matthews once again on histour' I
had had a really good !aSer!
np 'fUE.CRESCENT 'NOTICE OF ITTESTIOw: TO APPLY .
proved himself a first rate OF
.1I ITE'iTIor 1'4\ IV.
lined But the .
up. good speaku FOR LOCAL I EOI5LATIOvNdicp
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story teller I THOIIICK LOCAL OR liP.:' I I.
suddenly fell ill last nlz'it! an4 I.F.f llll."T.O"F..t'I1I THE Is bereby'tlv.n of ou
Having been Introduced at LEGAL MOTICB 04RR OF insole I1STMIC.' Intention to have 'Introduced I I'
the luncheon George asked me if I could TIOV or CLAY ('O4TY. FLOR.I the ISIS recular session of th
by George Car-
I >'. Bill erect
make It. I* TIIK CIKCIIT COCHT Or Florida Leclilatnr a
Hale as one who had graciously CLAY COINTV. FLORIDA Notice" ,Is hereby given that 'ns a public body to be know
consented to To some high school students v In CHANCERY I there will/ be introduced. In the .. The Keyetcn Airport All
stop at the lunch. I f. +e9i + Ins Minion of the thorny, defining It. Jur'.ctlt'tio'
Florida'
UeKla.
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----.. -. I SCARLET ... KJSBlLNNER- '.,u'. a heal or .p...'" law over cermin. H..de In Inn an,'
'Sometime 'ao' I raced to I rd Plaintiff affe-tlnr the B , Union e ;tJ l i iP I Y. '".trnrOnn nf Clay County. th. ir.mhrr..hln of th- "ihor"" '
.; Station
i.. to get on the DWIUnT A. rOBBENNEK, Florida The Purnoi rf ia'd art and 4.fln'n.< the power In"du'I.
"' lllver Meteor to come down Defendant I. an art rHailnato' the ac.oulpltlnn .. nf enid' Authority
: NOTItB (ronitrurtlon erection Paled. this toth day of April)
It Or SlIT
.. here At soon as I was on the bulldlnr ...1.,.,,,.; and tmnrnv. '.a<
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;.. TilE STATE or FLORIDA-Toi'WlUHT : ln. nf nchool bvlldlnv. '''Ty OF KFy.TONE HEIGHT. ,
', train and it had left the sta A H>HUh.>.NkU, fiM-nl.hlnv, .".. equlplnr and of laid th* P. .!"'' n Baker,
lon I discovered It was loaded itesldonc lnkDown.i : .school| hulMln.i' bv the B-.,rd. rite Clerk
j! t. AKh, HlbKli.IiY NOTI- f Rubble ln.. 4.'
with Inmates .. i rJyu}. ni<- ion n' ri'JV
from a mental + that a suit has been flied County. Florida: anthorlslnr

<. institution being transferred to Mi.. and Mrs Mack C.' Car lie of Green Cove titled ag.Inet rOil In S. above en' limianrej. .. of c..rtl.....t.. nf the In. .
,, were came and you arc hereby Me ..-.** n.T.K|, front the ".,,. RSAIECT: FOR BIDS'
W; another> one. Shortly after we honored on Sunday by members of the Elks Club and the attorney required who to serve. upon plaintiff' 'eon "- '*"' ""k hn" eerruing The Board of County Commli'

1 1i left a man In white came in D.O.E.S, on the occasion of their fifty-ninth wedding anniversary hereoo.* Dam your and wrllUn' addreuspppar do.fenao ftnnua'lv-.>* to Clay Cnnnir n"Hd. sloner of (lay County will. recelv
The Rev William Lloyd Stahler ntlae.end in the Board rf aealvd bide In the rffloetlerk 0
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and began to U any, to the bill of outs.Istnt .. .
i count Pnhl Ineeru'''"" 'o nee th. of th. Circuit Court untl
(See Story Page I) la said cult copy of which ,".-d of urh < > ies, otlock A. M.. l.*i
May It,
"One ori> M t end
two three nroeff
four, the The surprise reception featured a three.tired wedding I. delivered ta you herewith en .. -.... n. ......., date 'or the followlne
or Iwiar May 14. A. It. ll.t.
man counted "and then he cake and a green and gold motif Luncheon was served by LEGAL NOTICBNOTICI Heroin fall sot or decree pro A complete two-way radio sta

got to me 'Who are you?" he the DOES. ecafvMO wail be entered .,.In.t kOl'I'N' OF I.TR'aTlor TO n. lion ill One ta cover Ilaee cntlr Htatlon Clay II Count Watt

I asked me 'I am a congressman Mrs. OP bill you' of for the relief prayed la th. TKiViVl.I.IIC"..Oil CPICIAL: or mere to operate on r. M. i li
t Carlley spoke of her husband'* courtship and read I UftlllATION 'I.n.II'!' | % .. .
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141 171 M. C. Band Complr
INK ALUHATii o"
from the Eighth Florida TUB OF RAID SUIT ,. AAK .
district from "Aunt Jemima's Courtship" recalled from her. girlhood . TO WHOM'" IT MAT CONCHN: BEIVil FOR UIVOUCE. TM4IK FIMIK. with Microphone -
Star Student .' days Notice li kereky five* of 'late/ ./tlo, to WITNIC88 my hand and the CLAY COINTY. FLOHIMi.Af 1111"0 TO- III lie ft Tower with hale Antenna

GEORGE M. McGEE 'Five, six, seven", said the aptly' to tke Iftl mil,** .f the fI.ld.( .aa 01 sold Court at U.n Con. Notice la . thai eomplrtrTy.. '.. ....
Guests from Jacksonville Hprlngs, rlorlU. there Introdu'eJl tTwo Mobile Radio tWatte
Included Mr. and Mrs. A. G. thla IRS day tl will b.
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) I man, counting me in Pollard April A. r>, un.OEORI1ID. un Inspire of III. or more to operate In I 1.
who Florida
presented to Mrs. Carlley an orchid corsage 'letlD( U C A RUBLE. Ulu.l local Le..I. Volt Vehicle' with Oaln Antennaa. -
HIM.. til (SEAL) 1erk Circuit Court providing' for the or alliiat apeolal law . completely. / Installed. .
A kill to k* entitled A. Act releMf' .. By Vivian$ H "ohm dlMrlbiMlon of all nHiney"a". I. The Bidder rnuet fjuarante* t.
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Clav
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: ERNEST!: J. JACOnM'paq County Board ...rve. th* rlh
i twryeq eenatf and reldlnf for Ml. Attorney for flalntlff Chap, ltersod IIIYlFlorida to rJ).H-t any and all bide"
edmlelitretlo. end sewers *f ieM' Addreae: 8taiule; provldmafor ' THE! HOARD OF COUNTS

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I LJDOAL 1I0TICID. C LEGAL SOT'S LBQAL NOTICBtM LBOAL ROTICB-
LEGAL NTICB

'T.ro I UYER'S GUIDE
nOTICE IK THB COVRT Or THB' COIINTV TIll: CIRCtnT COURT OF TIm MO f set to tic point of beginning .t the North said of paId: .
or roRBCLoaiMU SAlE rILkJtK JtUUH. CLAY COtJFLOHIUA. '., FOURTH JUDICIAL 1 t curve and!
CIRCUIT th.
OF "" run Eaat 411 feet
: thence ., Ung.nl to the North
SO foot right of
vr C1MCIIT; ; CUIHTNOTICE ; IN' PROBATB.la FLORIDA IN AND 1'01CLAY s right angle South IDS feet: Ui.nc way lIne of Slat Road IS at lbs

M HKREBT GIVEN ri, Eaut ot COUNTY. FLORIDA at a right angl" Wert 411 (set, Weal end of sold curv*. said panels
L1OA: MAT J. ODUU AT LAW. CASK NO 19-4 I. thence at .
that the Und.r.Inid, G'UtIUbl a right angle North lot I A and B containing: t,M sense more
U CAHUSLE Clerk cf the Clr I>* .a.ed.S SS STAn ROAD DEPARTMENT OF set to the point of beginning lying or lea, cxolualv of existing; road
CONDmONlNG BEVERAGES cUlt Court at Clay County Flurl TO ALL CREDITORS: ANU VMM-S FLORIDA, an Afncy of tho State seat and within 14 feat of theTcurv.J right of (for Moody Road and
PIANOS HUNS HAVING CI.AIUS OR ot line of 7r.
da will 01 the lOUt day of April Florida and Moody Road. SecUon 7M10- SUM ).
A D. lilt durlnr the Url hour KKMANUa AUAlNeT SAWETATIi S CLAY COUNTY a political tub.divuion *** acid survey line being deacrlb.oa OWNERS. M KNOWLES: and

MILBERGER o( sal.! at Mi* North front door : ot the Bute of Florida, *. follow: JEWEL: KNOWLES huaband and
of the CoimhouM of Clay Ccunr. .. You and molt of you are b.r.-S PvtlUonm, Begin it the eouthwnt corner of wife
PAUL'SAU QUAUTY PIANOS riorlda la the city of Green by notified and required to pr*.S Vt. the SEth: of BWU of Section S, . ". . .

: S Cov* 8prIars l riorlda, otter for ..nt cay elaine and demand JOYCE PADELLA KNOWLtS. Tc.wn.hlp' I South.: M EM SECTION) TIM4-MM
REFRIGERATION ulo and ..II at public outcry which you. 'or elih.r of you,S SS formerely JOYCE PADELLA LOW. "Jj run thence. rti' 1C' WM STATE: ROAD ...
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Now On Display to tho hlnhit and beat bidder I may hoes aialnut :Ih* aatat of S THER and RALPH W. KNOWLEs *07,M foeS to the northwest cornet CLAY cotnrrr
for oath th* following described Lla I May J.Udum., d* '****d,S h.. huaband. .t. .... ot th. NEi! of BWU? of Mid Section DESCRIPTIONPARCEL
Legal BeTerafe Sales SerVie late of laid County Coun.ly p.
real vFtDrrtr aHuatod la Clay to the Defendant containing 0 OS ICFM more or
SERVICE Vlorld Judc. of Clay County, Florida. -- -. exeluilve of I
EAST TERMS County *. to-wUt NOTICE OP existing road right.
Tht parcel! of Und balnnlc at his office in th. courthouse RULE: RISINOTICI ot "'... That part of: Commence at the'

'" Open S A. M. U 1 A. M. HART FURNITURE CO.' I at the northMit corner KxU of said County at Groin : OP EMINENT: DOMAIN OWNERS: GLENN *, HAHN and nortnweat corner of "Section 15.
IlL' C..lt....... ............. Tl ft. to southeast corner *.t. Cov lip.III'*.' Florida within PROCEIDING I NORMA B. HAHN"' husband and f..a. 4 South, Ran** n East,
" .... .iI... ....IS .. 21 Walnut St. Pbon SS4-SS11 Id* ft. to the noiKhwMt. *semen pie 'Calendar ntoathi from th. IN THK: NAME AND BY ThE: wlto. run North .-I1T Eat tit

Ir 1 8. Palmetto Street Geese Cor. Sprinra 31*. I hno tl ft. to th* north**** time of the fIrst publloatloa ofthl FLORIDA MmiORTTY OF THE STATE or . . . feat ShInes to the point of beginning;
Devil County UM .cornri knc I.e ?U. tcpoint notlco. Two cople of each PARCEL 4 continue on th. urn course!
" Home Phone tl47MBastnew of bFclnnlnn north***! oornr. claim or demand shill b* lawrltln TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. CM feet, thence South OO'W Eaat.
North .f Orange Part REAL ESTATE All the North on.h*lf (NH) ., and shall elate the CERN and to .u peraooa and pert- That .part of: Commanc it the. 4M feat: thence South ** ir Weat
'lie Phone 114-1511 I I of OovrnmM Lot 4 lying pUo. of realdanc and peal .&tlc. .I.. claiming or having coy Mfht norlll_.. corner of the northMat 130 feet, '''.nlll North ooM Wort
' Wont of Huid Clay Aoad. .dd..... of ih. claimant, and I Utla. Intor*.!, MUto, mortgage or \ ot Ut.hV11. J I, of "". ton *, .30 feet to the point of beginning,

irrLIANCES known a* the Qr..n Cove hall b* aworn to by the claim. other lien to or on those certain TownshIp South Rang M EmS lying southerly. of and within 4*
BOATS TWIN REALTY BWlnn and Pnlatkn Old Road. ant. his Birvni. or nnornvy sod parcoll 0< land "...Inaftar drlbad. and run South MO feet to the point teat of the surety Un. of SUt
" a. rwnrdtd In De@d Wok num.b acoomnanUd by a fllln f.* of and the following pereona to.rjth.r of 'beginning; thence it a right angle Road S.KM A. saId, survey line being .-

TV APPLIANCE Hilda T. Neth @r U. at ..... U3. *icptPrt one dollar and uch claim or d.. with all unknown 11I1'8(1' run East 418 feet: then* at right dMcrlbed aa follow:
Ind rcon!.d In Dd Hook monA not an filed shell b* voId.l '". through or under angle run South SO feat: thence it Begin on the Weal lIne of Section
SERVICEWe INLET MARINA No (I. pits 114 f\efod flUnk , Waltrr O ()dumAs ':a"r-= .. who ar* dd ,right ingle" run Weit 414 feat, M Townahlp 4 South, Ring U East
Realtor admlnlatrator of the :: Ihenc North M feet to at a point 14 teat
N... Tl. p*(* lit, D**<1 Bookwumhcr known to be deei point of b* nnrtherly from the
Repair An BrandsSerrklnc RENTAL BALKS 41 at Palf.' 177 fleet Katat of .lIvol .inning. lyln* East and within M outhwMt corner of Mid Section M,
'I) Md Boatyard Rook No. II .t pur la, nhirpord" lois May J. Odum.Flrat RALPH W. KNOWLES feet of th* survey line of Moody run thenc North WJToa" E VMM'
,t Clay County ACKEAOK LOTS ., of Cloy Cruet, FlorU deceased Nealdene- Route .. Bnx no Road, sectIon 71110.MOJ. Mid lurreyBH1 Ml lo the cenl.rUn. of SUt Road
For Rlxteen Years di i all "hint and b.lna- InTowniMn publlrttlnn> April t. lilt Grate Cove Rprlnta. Florid tabS' dMcrlbed ai follow. No 114 containing o,ill acne more
" HZacva1' Bealdeatlalerrtaw eu..ow nl.nm.nt I..t 4. 1I.'tlon. I Bcruby Yona JOYCE PADILLA KNOWLES. at the 1101111I_.' corner ot or lea, cxclualv of existing road

Orarue Park Ph. tM-'5UFULLERTON'S SALES A SERVICEBOAT.MOTORS.TRAflIES w.tdaI- 7 B 'u dt. FM CUT County, Florid .. Park, Klcplrt' THER township I South Ring M Eaat OWNER: 0, H WILSON and wife
t. I. Greeter day CeDar Bkld' nrotmrlr brln. dwrlbA |.|. I. II II Realdenc-: Rout .. Box 110 end run th.nN North tMIW West ICATURAH B WILSON
. and roonld In Pd Book C?. Ore.. Cove SprIngs Tlorijs' 11I2 to feat to the N.rthweet. corner . . . .

. Wet Notary Pablo "*.. III. Clay County Florid. ll' TIllS CIRCUIT COURT RlVEltSiDS. BANK OF JACKSON. ot the NECI! of 'WI)U of Hid Section PARCEL

,@ M Dry Storage PHONEOnrngt MatS Pole) I I. pursuant tr the. or CLAY rot TV. rtonui.vIN ViLLa I. containing OM4 .c.... moro or That part of: Beginning; al a point
N.
d Orange AT*. Marina. W.M__ FInal l>tKtt>* of Fordour .ntrd tlMXKNT8HIRLRT Corporation. 1"lIluat". of editing road right lit feat due Cant from the *ouU .
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Qreen CTC Sprs. IN-t.., nailneeat In a 'I.e Andln In i'd "'.. .II-IIT.V W"M. """." L way.OWNERS' welt corner of section M. Townahlp
VA HIGHWAY i. Court 4h* >t.U nf whl..h i. JUANITA Jackaonvlli."riorirta' : : GEORGE: M WOODS and 4 South Range n Seat
17 SOUTH IIWtU n KNIOHTON. : thence
. roMMFMCIAI. LAWRENCE: SOPHIE: L WOODS
HUL8EY huaband
ACCEPTANCE!: Plaintiff 5 and North 110 feat; thnc Eat 110 feet;
. CCOUNflG Dram. Park Ph M U4-MSS CORPORATION, a wrpor.tlonv RealdMiM-: WaUon Street wll. thence South 110 feat to the Bouth
.... R. M Bay St. . . . .
I. n, BVITH! and MarxilK STKV'KV JAY KNIQIITON Buford aorli Mellon line of Section M.: thence.
JII INSURANCE: Gram One Sprtaf H 'MITH. ""*"*"* and wit. and Defendant BERNICE P HULSEY: PARCEL SThat Weal lit feat to the point of be-

SEED ACCOUNTINGTAX S Pile Numb r of which la noTirn or if? RMldenc: IM WaUon Street .part of: Comm.no at the Inning. lying northerly of end
MM Buford
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UPHOLSTERY rhnrry THE MTATH UP n.oRW4TolSTICVEN Georgia northWMt corner of the northeast within 40 feeS of the survey line of
WITNESS icy haitI and It.nfinIoi ... GLENN E. HAHN I lute Road 5.110
JAY KMUIITON, U of the tnuthwMt .U of A. Section TI504-
Section
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jam *M| of Aid Court lila Reeldenoe ISIS Alice Drive ISIS' sail. ,
HU 1 NAil Heamfleld. survey Un* being' described -
SERVICE FRANK mono TO '' tIn of April. A.D. "... Imperial Belch. California Like" Worth kAHN dlII..ld."ee r'Ir..t foot-, :Rant thence:: M South East; 55 follow.:

A Z UPHOLSTERY IIIEAL. YOU AKK HEItEllY NOTIFIED NORMA E. parallel to the weal hoe of Begin on the Weal line ot Section II
salt
Lisle Kennejr OwnerN. t11'f1ftnJII? 7.. CARI.IILI\\: that a cult ha* been filed agaInst, lake Jpt| Alice Drive north.a .U of aouthweal I.. lit Townahlp' 4 South Rang n East atI
1 ,.1aI Agent Clerk of Circuit Court you In th. above untitled modal Worth riorlda feet to the point 14 feat northerly' from the
111 ArenmGram point of
MainoHa .
Orange AYe. .p beginning
. Green Con CU County FlTlda slid you ems hereby required |GEORGE: M WOODS : eouthWMt corner ot Mid Section
thence ML
I ......_ wIUC Pea.anI Slides COT. Spring P., VlvUn H. Hohm IaS Reald.nce, lea Elm Avenue eonlliiuo on the same course, run th.nc. North
TeL 244721'ergoualized "".,,",. M.,1r aer upon plaintiff altomnayS B.arh, .las ,.... t".nN Ea.t a5 right' .nl. M'FIOI" East
Imperial California
who** name and ... appear Ill (set. thence North law U Poet lo the MnUrlln of Stats
Canplel! Phone 554374FURNiTURE5 T. .r. JFVN'VO": : SOPHIE L, it )*,
Inavrant JR WOODS
Ctverar hereon your written ..I..n.. ... Road CM. containing 0 ItS
Services ".."... 'I'. l""t'Tf Realdenc, lea Elm: IM feet; thnc Weal 111 fAt lo'h* acrM
UTR: : ". If .n,. to tho bill of complaint S Avenue point' 0' begInning, lyIng East and mar or UM, exclusive ol .xlatlnf
to FIRE AUTO O. flee ITIGreen Imperial OpenS California :!? road of
In nail ault.' Accounting & Tax HOMEOWNERS: CANVAS WORK cove print*. Florid,2 4. ''you herewith, oa MORGAN RMldeneet. D Marlene CLARK Moody -.... "Section aurvev 71110-MOi nf, OWNERS. GLADYS CHERRY. a
: Drive
or before May I, A IX 111*. Ingle woman
Returns MORTGAGE LOANS BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS Herein 'fail not or decree pro 81 Auguatln, Florida follow MM aurv.y' line "being dMcrlbmt ai . . . .

It THE rot MT OF THE eonfeaao. will 4 entered. a>alnt CLARA CLARKReeictence ,
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SLIPCOVERS MADE Begin it th PARCEL II
r *. HOSPITAUZATION 01 NTT JIIMIM', : 1'..,... Drive. louthwMt corner nf th*
la lbs
you for the r llf prayed SET
of SWIb of That part oft LoU II. If. 17
. CLAY .'OtTW. rl.o.III'I. St_ Auguatln, riorlda Section I I. Town. II. IS
Business Firms & Phones "New Furniture bill I of complaintTHH hip S South Rang M I... and to SectIon I*. I Dlvl.
Green C.n M4-S54S rr....... NATl'RK; OF SAlT. SUIT S KENTON E CLARK and run 01 Rlilg.wood
Individuals '! .I"betIDe 353-2413 with the Old Comfort." In eel i Eita4 of RriNrt: FOR MVfiRCK.WITNEM RMldmoet Route I thence North I Ml'II' Wt tin 40 Ion Orange Park Clay COIIftl7d
feet to the riorlda 1 '
north weal lying
earner af the northerly
Pelham'
L.IC..A: *...."jAIiK. aiLMOL'KlOUCBMtf my hand and the *.alof O.avglsMARY
NEt' of SWlt of Mid within 40MI of the line of
C. A.HCMMEL MONCRIEP: ScUn t, survey
CLARK
thll Court,, *| (Preen (Cov S
tUgess Ir.t F4tREI"S ...... MILK TO AU. ItiEDITOKH AND I'KR. "8i>.Inlf., Florid*, flue 10th day S Raldncl. r Rout I axclualv containing of 1 DM Ira: ., more M"1 I Mil lIsle. Mid Road B.110 lln A. Section 7IM.
DFUVBRTW.D.Morris road being dMerloed
-5 HUN: tAVI. CUAliU UK 11... of March AD. I 111.J Palham, GeorgiaHORACE w.r r follow survey -
AM>H T CLARK :
AUAl.NaT nAIl tHIfuu ISP.i I.fnEOnOJlJ
TAn:1 Realdencei, HI Huron OWNERS: HEIRS OF VICII MAE Rein il the southwest eorner ot
Clerk
Don' Take Law 7. fAIUI'MB. Street PIPPIN -
Section 17
When You Can Oct Th Beat! and cork of you ar. b., Merle n O.. ..d" Jacksonville Florid MORGAN D CLARK and CLAM i U Ea.t. run, thence Pl't: '&r.r.
IIOUDA TsUDERSw hrby notlf.4 and r..iuirtd 1\...",, ri."HT MIREASE D, CLARK
I. Reildence' CLARK husband and wife .., Mil II feat to th* East line of
prnt claim 1 J.nnlnta Jr, Ml Huron Street I
s Cm 8BttB B, Ftaito BAXLEY TRIM SHOP avmnd rhlch any you or either. aid James T. Norton JackannvllU' Florid HrNTON E, CLARK and MARY Seetlon n at a point M fMt north.

K. PstsMr. BX TH. U4-UM Distributor of eatli.pus.tf oar LENA:have FAIItUANIt aialnat : Attorney AdirpesiPS fer PUInllffor JOHNNIE RMldenc L SOt. CLARK Avenue IE wlla MONCRIIP: CLARK-huabaiid. .. and 'IrIS Mid from Section the 17.southeast contaIning comer 0 lOa of

Ut.. a. Orange ATWMTtL MfewlU. and Wvat Sta. UIi.lot2iI5. .M>.a..d. MI. ur *.... n. Dm1 In Cairo' OeorlaMAP5HA I HORACE: T, ClARK and MIR- spree more or tee,, a iclu.lv. of .*.
Ittunly, n..n Cove . FlorIda EASE: U I CLARK husband and lallng road right ef wiy.
Oprinis .
10 the County J CLARK
I"' '''' Greta COT Spring Judge of
All Jersey Milk Clay i:ouniy. riurla. .t his of. S Residence! Sib Avnu IE wll. OWNERS: : JOSEPH r. BROPHY
an ire Park r.... 1I'.151Sl1rllOLITIIRY IKIn in. rourt hnu* of said Cairo GeorgiaWINONA JOHNNIE: L ClARK and MAR. and wlfi A
OTlrlll *rn.ICITIO'* S THA ... CLAHK 5 e a e.uiYAK
County huaband and .
*t llr*.* Cove Mprlna CAVE: CLARK. a minor
iMing Read TL IM-ttn nm T\\ "KKIIi : ': wlf.JAMtfl.
For : Hono, raUiinVr
wIthin RMldenc NOTICE
all I : Mot Spotty Road thai a Declaration
rkeonvillt'I1ssng (Cars A Purnlturt) month from th. lima ef She ... i M.I a, r.a. farkannvlll Plorld RUSSELL CLARK d.. Of Taking .hl boon filed In th*
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first publication of his, 11..110.. I NOTICE' li IIKIIFRY lIVEN: S DEBORAH iSU CLARK a minor H. .. bov* styled HUM by the Petition.era. .
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CJflM ft* HOME DELIVERY 31 Yean ExperIence Two copl*. *f ,.,.|. "Ialm) ., rt,- that T J, Alderman th* hnl
I 'TeL T71-H24 maid hall a. In wnun. and ih. fnllowlni rmlfloatii ha I Jackaonvlll. FlorId.SANDRA CLARK proModlng of the taking of t...
Frc* EiUmaUa .tiaui. | cut th. pUc of rldn. I.r... aald .rll7lrat.i for a Sal LYNN CLARK a minor WINONA PAVE: CLARK above dMcrlbed. Und. for the pur.
I TRADE IN AHTTHma Pkk-Up DtllTery and POM of fir. ..,d..*. of lh. .... to b* Icaued thereon. Thecrtlflral S Residence! 300 MoSSy Road a minor forth In the Petition .In
or TALCS CALL t44-IM w 214-114 ,,'*''TL'1',1."* ."." b. ..orn 10 numkeri and pears ofarn farkaonvlll I )tovllaMILDRED DEHOHAII LEI: CLARK.a 1"H'' via j I Road rlghl..>(-way
Work br .. | .>., the drcrrlptlon of Ih* minor
Guaranteed . ant. or at. CLARK BAOLEY on IIANl>ItJ.: ROAD also known aa
(rar and rompnld by a rroperty, and th* name In which I RMldmMt I Suit amity Road SANDHA LYNN CLASSIC MOODY ROAD .nd a State Road.
Cli n. f.. of on. dollar and pub leeaaaed ere II fvllowelCrtlfrt I Jackaonvlll, Florida a minor Section 7lln-ieni! : and road right
rl.lm 0' booed silt eo hind | No. It ROBERT BAGLEYRMldnci Mil,HIIRO rf.AIIK. wlilnw of of on STATE ROAD S-HO A.
shell b. ,, Year of Iaunc June I. A.I), JAMES RUSSELL dARK way
veil I am" Bootly Road now '..,lIlIn 71504.Mill and a Staid Road.
/., I.OUIK unn-roN! I IMIt "ackaiinvlll* rinrld 5111.1 1111(1) fl.AHK .AII.y. .U being state Roads In City Counly >
Ce Eixuirli: of the lasS Will >)> *rrli>tlnn rf Tropartyi JORT(1AOK INVMTMINT I and married 10 ItOIlICIiT- riorlda and that She Honorable
and T."i.mnl. Ml | IIU I : '
of
frll. FOUNDATION 501F10T
I.ILNA Mat: Hook 1\.1! :* II 4 INC. . a e e ROUER J. WAYBRIOHT or on* ofih ,'
CLASSIFIED ADS Serasa.d.FAIHUANKa. (JILMOUII, Name la which' *iaaa*.dl lldnc *"l N E lips ItrMtJOaEPHINE PARCEL I Judge */ Slid Circuit Court of
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'aml. rlo..ld.
CU Countv. Florid. and the Pourth-
Fret ...." J.m.. W. 011. '
T. .. 11..11" April II ISIS,S All of Hid properly b.Sng InIho : M KETZtLRvaldmeei That pa.t eli 1 Commenre .1 tie S Judicial Circuit *f PlorM will
5L ICNNIl"--.R. County of Clay lilt of! H7 a Ulo/n River orlhweat :''rnll he northml an She II day of APRIL A D. 1110II
Lena Attorney roe Eit FlrrMa.Hi, Drive to of lISP i io of $cllon loo embark. P N. In in* Clay

Fairbanks uilmour ,... euch rertlflral* *r rarllf.lira ., Miami, Florida *' I'1* >h::> <."ao.'I'a::: Isof. bat [County Courthouse al Green ('*"*
I .-...... .-.. tl run ..,
OR SALEFIRST GENERAL CONTRACTING --5- *. shall b. rod>.md a......... H M KNOWLESRaldnct neil Quarter Sprlngi. riorlda. ranaldcr Mid Dec
FOR BALE: Inv I. law the properly. "*....11..dla 1 Rout i flea i] action line 5 dl.tanr nf M feel Uritlon of Taking, appoint eppral
I New CMUxUon TsoTIdII OF BALM puS .erllflol. a will b* pall I Green Cov Inrlnaa, riorldl lo a point: thence run Eail .parallel ,.... and make iueh ordari as lie

FOR SALEl Wbard Air c. Remad.Un. K.tfc' u II...., glvaa hit, to .... .....b..t hldder at Ih* JEWEL KNOWLEAKldnoi to lie North line of aald quarteraectlon Court deems proper All: p.rtlae laIh
QUALITY SPINET' PIin I Rout a lIox 41 III fM In the point of b*. lull and all interested
-S purueeli .. a 1I..a acne.. CaitNeiIuaurs IM .U.t "0.... dror on lha flralMe parties
*. Powrrfal T ........ It.... BTU In good Patio* sfltqrel In (line ,"ay In Month of May, 111w Green Cove .rrln.., riorlda inning. : thence B>nilh parallel to may appear and be heard at Ills
., ....U'.I I ...... , O H. ,. the Weat line of Mid. .
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eondltUa. SIM 0 Drfnwa" .1' ll-i-C i* lie Cirvuil h U Ih. Ird day of May, quarter p.* dMlgnaled
rlaaite atyte. Will traaafer onirttlly M 8.. Peter. Ct.rt .f Clay Cvuaiy. llorida 1 IM.. NaUInMi Rout I lion III (set: lhgnee gail: p5 5nut Mni-:; EACH OF YOU ar*

.... Park AT*, RMwd wPIMM 0 Wattwmya. will Mil tk* property ltuie In tilled 'h'a lf'h of M rrh, Mil Orana Perk" FloridaKATUAII angle, |1110 feel |hne* North h.r.by ....m.nd... to ippear by
related payments toPvrton General CUy: County, ',ur.... *.*.'...* nub fM rrodll only.l"ipe 14441474Stp Tractor Work rf Circuit Court of .. .....*; Route I WM it night angle Inn feel i* the h.rlofur filed In Ihla. <*UM In th. *

I I ............ Dbdig. PWw-S ... On. ,Uo* arraatMl wlthovtDbUtatioH. GLA1ReMnri CHERRY < of site emilhwnl of D IM to
S Murk bo.r (U. *f LAKkl; : < Ii Ih* 17 day of MAY A .
Writ ROOM Office.Iplin SINGER AUTOMATIC lagFee ...>hhpVA. a eur ina I. plat HouSe I, Bo. 111rn Section Townehln C South Rang* how what. right till*. lnUr...t orHeiva
.S Iaf.......... Can hereof recrrded la PUt. book 11 INS SOlE Or TNM ) ,* Park, riorlH. M Eaal: lying within In leal J>f trie er any of you may hive
Plan Co.. I....... Mo- CONSOLE: MODEL I. pane II. *| ik* Puuhe lle*. ,0. MTV 4IIH4B 11! AOl, FOB lOaEPH: r UROPHY onCe. line of Moody noart. Section. :In ..J': lid above dMcrlboii Und*
Stwtac Haehla Elf Ean. blind SS4-S14I or*. of tUy/ Ccuaty. Florida. CIA; tot *'1'' rLOMIII Realdntc. IM Habenck Street lisle tani MM survey line being sod chow MUM why. Ih* Mm

4-Mp O. W. SMITH al p,,*ll. **,.. I. Ik* kighxl sac Ma. .. Quinn I MeeaachuwtlaANN deecribH. II follow i huulil not b* .....n for tile UM and
S ...Ie.... ..U........ d.eorsketa. ., ...., kldder. fer ok al Ike front la R.' Fui e t BROPHY Begin *| ltd nnrlhwMl OIl"' .' of urpneM Ml forth In the Petition

FOR SALE IJ.,... best Original doer of los LIar County Court CARLO SiHW.IAN.ROTICE Nntftone, 'IM Bibenck Street the NE'. of iWt). of Section. S, filed herein
speed
pets* | ". HaatMlaat BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES hoaa. 4* Ureeai Cv prlna*. l>*..ea4. Qulney' Maachult Townahlp. I ......h. Rang M Eal, WITNESS lii,. hand and th eel

Mark SS. Merewy. Abotala. S7. M or a..... SS.M ) .. .betWMa II *: AM. and TO tHKIIirwM: unknown helra of VICII MAI run then* North. a..4. 44. real 0' Spill (ourt on lid I day el APRILA

tow RESTAURANT FOR LEASE: I M P ... oa April I*. A.U. .n. I T* all .,,.dU.,. and perwailnif PIPPIN, ...... realdenee are tin I1IIM IceS In the nnrlhal enrner D 11115llyNlg
rope and trailer.S monthly payMrnla. Will take .REAl ..... tlaim ., dma, of NE. of SW", of Section I. Town ... CARLISLE

Two. ftakJnf '*'". SIS*.N. Bitty old.r au.... aa part pay.Meat. RJr View ......... with or UUOKOK u CARLISLE; .a..t. Paid ealalli known.SECTION TI4I4. .Ml hip 1 I SoulS Rang M gad eonlaming ClERK or Tilt CIRCUIT COURT.
I terk ef Cirrull Court lu sod tack af pee are ..... TATS! BOAO RAMDILL ROAD 4M square feet, mar or IN AND PUN CLAY COUNTY.
IA,.,. Dee SS. OranfNlalee. .. Pb... C.IWl lac"' .. I ....... MoteL S Mile. Mortk I Uy VIdeo II Sufcm by a< tilled i* preieal:ay claim I CLAY OOVWTY .lee. *, *alul of *alatln. rowl M.ORIUA

Grem Cwr*. 4-Mp elite. US.l '" AU for Ole at Black Creek .. 17.& Deputy Clerk Cr demead. .hlcS em eIther DESCRIPTIONPAIC11. ...11I nf waxOWNEH RV (INAC. M CARLISLEIIrPITYLURK
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I'llftOTMM Cf .. 0 lIa. against the MORTGAGE INVEST' ,
II...,... WU .'nt'. CndI'1 IT. 1'........* GC8 IS4-S14I. .all. af. Carlo JtoMoillan.. d*> I MINT: rOUNUATKIM/' INC.. a tarn.MonTriACEC . I.'AU
FOE SALCi: Three W..... OF APPIKATIa : *** it* or The real M feel of the North 111fe oration, - r
I Ucalio 4.2 ran TAS UfcicM Florid; ;.. I* tk* Hon..h'S;:: *. of tile South 117 feel of lid : JOSEPHINE M. 'BRYAN w HENRY
..o*.*. MM black west of HUH I II'I .... I H..*. v.a.NOTICE River.. County Jidl *f .U|,- Beat: MW feet of tha NW't of 5WSs knZlL FrAU ROAD DEPARTMENT .

SkoL 1M Couily. at hi,* offlc la She Cu"nIT .S of aerlkm' I. Townahlp I South, . . . HULLANUKUIIIlIrm |
Itwatsn ea B*.- FREIGHT SALVAGE IS HEREBY CIIVKV: Court hex* la Urea Cexri I, Ren(* M Ea t, .being: that part ofMM 'UCIL'I. TALLAHAMES rURIDA
a""an Arr*>*. kr lit feet l that T. J. A........*. Ik* 1101.'., .10.1..*. Clay Caualy, Florida.llhla .S .Until hind w... laid within .' T. J. JEHNINOS JR. V

*** Two VanaM CI.es.n-.kaal & .f Ik. fullewin ..rllfi_ie* hue *lhl. ",",". from lieS- M feel of lie Purvey line of MoodyBned Thai part oft i E'k' .1 a'. Eat IE" of I COON rv A rruMNBY, CLAY
.. West Street. filed ald .
Garaf. certitluexe for taa S COUNTY.
a dt. ef Ibis ,Ir., .l llelKa .
.4... .... .. .1S lewtlon 7l4la-M. conlilnlnf SW', of Section. I fownahlp' ISouth.
aw irritated I. ahlraMnt.Haa I lie ...... .. Tk P U lIslE,.
Priced tall nolle
3-5 5 ...
... tIJH ..... Ehr.4t ames, MOVe or lee* lualv* I Rang M Ea lylna within
.. Iea31F' Itwtlt..l. aamber and ynlrac .r Krh rUlm 0, demand meal .. ... ... buN tft": 1I..f1INfa. FLORIDA
an attaekMrala riftnal -' j of Min( r *>t ..'way *) etC of the iii.| al
'.... .. 4ki ... ury Moody
***. KmleVsw* SIS S*. rrli tioa the k. In wrlllnaj sad Must Mat OWNT.HI' RAIJm. W. KNOWI .Had, ...111... 7lia-Mni or COUNSEL 0" TMaI'nrflVlfUa.
'..ra...*. 8a rtftr. for SIS. property. a4. the ame la wafchII Sup Blare of rld *..* and poalfflc sail sure.y .
Marae.1 eiwl JOYCE PAfirilA: KMOWLta Hn .. .. _ _ _
being rteeenhwl
fOfpoWU Tern Mill). w*. *a.. ...a are a. fvllvwai addr.. ., the fUlmaarlaimaat. follow I B* _
Can ColWt J kM.TUW. Cart Iff' formerly JOYCE: PA OKI-LA LOW in Ml Ih* Hurt* noumUry ad lie I
any l Mo II .
Trlr IM. ..... I :
sad be
SHCUS.4tie mIsS Ie hr Ilsi .. .
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THEM 1111. .. pod wife .ri", ,., 5W' W *
SMiinn
t ... Township tin
.r ef | *ac. Jin. I. A ftIwerrlpiloa SSIS'IIPI or
UM. US 1)44. Free kMM I.. kla aienry, or klilorner .a- '
IH' MriRTOAOrR RIVERaiUC BANK I .....,... Rang M E..l, al a
*r II will befom .*.ldarrordlia I'uriuanl el Jvl.m.ni *f Far.failure .
FOR BAUt Three late 15$' I IIIftUM. 4-tJ. t" rf Prep.rtyiN. . I* law.l'ol.d OF JACKSONVILLE. . . a.torporitkmPARCEL : potnl. 1077 feel Wool *f the north.MI . enl.r.4 kr the Clrcltf.url
It Ft. *f efe ef Let W, ef April .. 1X1 A P. omr .thereof, run ,.then. .
>*' mob with metal I'" i *.. ... tlrMa c.. .. I bulk ...,'.. EH IM471 feetrrnealnf uf CUr loans! Fl'irld.
.p. . /., ....n."* M< MulllaaA CI lyle 4ik dey of AprI, 154$. inon.
3 I' AD world n....... Admlnliirairu. .. f' Ih. Th Eeet M feel hoI. th* North 510 Ihe South bourulary of Ih*
fence
tract. In. Leua.r NnM fed at did. 44t feet of lie or', e7 SW of SortMm iC
FOR I. wklrk *iaia. 4: Ealate of ('aria MrWul. Town |.._ .
94 .1j. M| ./ Gel towards RENT L.Mlou. *.I.*.. II... I_***..., Eat CM feel of th. NW<4 of BWtW 11I1. S Smith, Rang M ..... to lid .*... Mil HntlfM-iiMn kevrnlM.. Numkor r a I.A*
All of ..14 property k.ln* laIk Flral fubliritioa April I. beelIne P, Townahla I bulkRange eenWrHne of Slat Pied II, ..
Penney r.,... Pbe *ai 1 oi A .1.. Tula Number' Illllll.Th .
news Eeet. lIed
FOR RENTs 1-WrM. b.o.. Coaaty *f Cia,. ml lor IteL M tout part Ikl unil.r.Kn.d Clerk of the
Ut-JUL If.a PlepIde. 4s. II. II. It sail UiKt lylnf weal and within A parMl t4 land In the SE'i' ef BW
flrruit fwurl I I. and fer CUyCoMHir
nfarBkW4 with S We n. {'. 'lee* peek rcMlflral. *r rcrtlf. 5 M feel of Ih. eurvey lln* of MmlyMrnwl >', *f Seetlon e. Tewnehlp South. will aoll. .
Pub.II.
clM4. 11r...* ...,1 k* (*...*..... a.M ... IcIlalcINSIIEOIN? aertvon 'I..* eonUlnlogtau San,. M ,... nearrlheil .. beinghDUfxIed Vle.i.ia. al
.
J 0 BALE: IMJ Volkswagen. Mrvkea. aw Illckway IT. in lee ,. law ik. acre*. me *e ..... ihilv Wael Onirry al Ihe hurlS Front
properly deerrihed .r tiet Ieit", .1....... an the Cl: ky Ih* door ., She Hay runly ("er|.
>* Jo A Hester. u..** BalMt For lnfonMtlMi ..... JM- la orh renifkele." will b* tall I. INCUENT. *. *aietin( read nrht ef war lIne of lIe right of wy fr Moody k..u.* kelvaan Ik. It.... of 11:51:
.. ik. ... (IWNiOPiIAWSSrNCE: : HULtY
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III. .11. at Ik* P.. 5IM.4FIIAPiCTI Hoed M dewrlbwl abov bouiuteHen '
eVI.H k A M and I 05 lrl
.. SINS Go** tire*. rr fan Kit I 3.23.FOR ..*.rt keote "4<*r on Ihe ,..... : I' IIA"1I 'WARI' pod BENNICE/' r HUUIBY httebend I Ih* South br Ih* Worth aight ofwy CM on site' Ifih lay cf* *April|

'enaau.. pheN UI-I7U. focus :":*.. *'I.I.III'HootS of Mar IMl.wyk "'.'.lItI 11I4 citePARCft,. . . . hag ef dial. Rued I a, cud I Ml. I* .k* ilia"..' and he
( Ird aey *, Hay. .. bounded on Ik* nvnhwMl hy She ..'..1.. tat ...11, Ik. .Ie.>. *..
,-., IT. M* RENTs ,-,*.. fwa\aW\ 1'1':: KNWfNsrrH o. HUAIID I .. *g *ur,.* _*..* .. ww NW ...rI".*" >rnp.rtyir -
asiLage oe rirrr. For lsf.rasa.lies Ihl ito .f Mr.h. l4t lwr.a4.nl Thai pert W: Cnmmn** al IK. having. e radial of M ,.... MM. curve 1I 'HUIi ,., rARIISLR,
ntsinviK I. fARMiiLR northweet *arnT of Sid -u..a '. hang leneent Ic lid Weal H foal '
FOR O-TKM, OP siir I ler* ., t'aressi tVwrt
8AU: OR SWAPM: ,h.a. 1I'.U1'I.U, Clerk rf rirreK Ceert ef THE STATE UF "UHID4-TO: of WM aoulhwMl U and run South right of way lIne of Moody Road. ) I 'Uy ('....'1'', ri'rid. *
*S ft I! -- - - --- Cur C.*aly. Florida..OTHPJ .
**!** ** rermfca Bar A Kenneth O Hrd.Heel . -

T.. FOR RENT S W4rMiITS ..... T..... .OVMMH......, II..s.c-. taMn MuaseeO ..... 0211} S *r ir. YOU**AIdE*** l IIKMKIir..k*.e>*, MOTIPIKflkal : +$4$44 $$ $$ '+-i44+ $4$4+ I $ $


*r""cral*.Ty Etotrte D lf Oak Oetbeadryer Doer Sarlara.Bayara CaB SlrrH.Marvta Gre T.. Cor,..*. ; .... o4.lU ......IPIMI. M On.' P rererlueor.Kotlr..*.*.." t to* ,asniiv a>.ler" ....4)..|.Icavnb.r.4 NM-r*. .*.*I.ha._ef I. sad... I r a*.***She ll ape hoe.."..keel,,*..,.',f'required 111..U4. 'egaiodp. ) ...t*** j AREA: .D: INESSDIl: ijg9. Y: j |I

''witk (haas) I fer a. .. .. *.1eof tobn. "117. I* tk. fIpr.iIa.ni ....* ..... pUlanffi, *iurnywk

I Iar,* steer* D Switch Doe I.. A..U_. FWMa. Tb... 1 .etos 3 __ IUi.l,>..*..*.iy..p. *ner....<,4..4. kere..***.ame yeWPISI.O*04. a44rM 4f appear..*M*. . . . . . .r. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. '. .. . .r..,................... ....... . . . . .

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**_,*.rt Bent stalaJn *tcrlXiak K4 1441 or II4-IUT. lIe o I VIA |J4OS DOOnWIOI2 la CUy <:..*.,. nertda, dewrtfc.a .If .*1'. .. It* kill ., MMplalnlla

id *i Mid peal. espy. of trkbk Udelivered OFFICE EQtirmNTAJMKBICAN f HIIMTMIEAIB : pi\Tto: sirrucsWt
MM. |4rx Zd.I Four Ml. cod .he K4 Oath. I. pal herewith oej or
C liarrtle Maehla* rOB BE.YT or SALES .....17J RSI e4 laS Pip. fh, SlOPS Nf.... April St. Al>. 14*,
....... Ml** Ml, Ppke. Rd4I.I.lO. en fl..*.. f.'l' al t.* .. I BASK: HBMTIBE: : CO.
W t proc .
Fr UfcmaUra .....* ,... ..... M4mIran I..e.a- ,.. We.1 *i4. ef Kl.*...' ..,.... will .. .*,..... .p.n.t. riate rurallair ft.*. :you the

Green Core "t-JUt Lot IMJ' I ZtT GM4 --- Lake wr4ila plod r*. ,.. 'lOt' She ,.IIe, ...,., II 110. be t poasibl* job I
ratioS I. Ml IWa t, ,.,. kill *r Me eU1*<. omtE stprtT co. CarpetlM? ApplUarr.
.* ,...iliMk. Real "y. CaB o_ c, (I. ....1.. reor4. af CUy TIdE' "ATI HP nr PUP Bl'lT CaMnpleia ll. *a* VaraUhlag on :your prlnllns' .
SALCtTenlentlr ... . y
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tr. rUrld _P1al5"' '
S Poll ''',
.. totaled with few*- 11 tI..SI'L ,.n. W. J.C.IJe s5 _fcli" ..I.. I* tile III...... and WITMKaa mr t'II',....'.. *.4 IMel Lloyd II:. Jofm Jr, OwnerIpectellati AsMM RnMeteli Hl,*lJatiMarllW Our terrlc* win f

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I ...... ver2ih.p sad at.t ro aeet. (.-vlhoo.. I. 1'1.... r... of Mk A f>. ISIS. TRA hERS our prices will b*
II CVSTRLTTIOMFftaxh ....... YId&. toAnpae 5alI na-rioil I. .Utl.I'LIl fie SuppUos and
..r. ... .reaaonabl
Fr 11II__...* ph..* I wIg colors r.*. ned I H.... o. Way .. |MM > (less ** (*-.- r_.. (
nes IN rlipsIbIe fer ,C'.. Noef pacemakers and. ] homeRs
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a Oerkardl.II EquJprnenlConplrU
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tniiM prtraU or ; .. TARUat CALL US FOR AU. "
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I i' PAGE SIX QUay I (County Q1 esttnt. ee I TUURSDAT APRIL 22. INS



I I BTOUTLAW CLAY HIGH NEWS } .:. 1965 'STAR' Student A Coaches' All- .


NS R MW IAMERICA *

J TALLAHASSEE TRIP ley for making such detailed

Several "firsts" were accom- preparations for our visit in District Road:e-o Winner

plished on this trip. In the advance. !" 1Glw
twenty years Miss Rogers has with each of the '112 personsin 11y

been taking Clay High School the group. yr;
students to visit our State Cap- The students enjoyed eating w
itol, Governor Burns is the first in the Florida State University /
Governor to personally take the Student Union cafeteria. They ,
time to greet our students and were allowed a little free time
talk to them Also it Is the first to tour the campus after lunch
time that our state's First Lady, The tour ended with a visit
personally, has greeted our to the Executive Mansion, DIEY'yRlNLf10A
group and conducted the tour where the hostess, Mrs Haydon
Of the Mansion.. Burns, personally conducted the
At 5:30: Wednesday morning group through the Mansion.
47 seniors and 57 juniors of BASEBALL 1A1X ti r v a 'sT .w 14e

Clay High, and eight chaper- '' Tuesday, April 13, the Clay ;-I
ones left for Tallahassee on High baseball team was defeated e
three chartered buses. i 10-3 by the Orange Park Y ,,.yp@ a HOWARD CLOSS
Upon arrival at Tallahassee, Raiders at the Clay High field. (See Student picture elsewhere In this brae)

they were greeted by State Rep. I Wilbur Jones was the losing John M. McGee ((1)) has been named the 1965 STAR
Louis Huntley, and his wife, i I pitcher with Orange Park collecting student for the county, according to I. P.;Jones of Gainesville
and Mrs. Marjorie Long, who 14 hits. Ronnie Heath district chairman for the STAR program sponsored
was requested by Senator Charley batted in two of Clay Highs by the Florida State Chamber of Commerce.The .
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Johns to represent him in runs. STAR student, a senior! at Clay Hlfh. is the son COOORICH

greeting the group. TRACK Pictured abovve (1 J to r) is town traffic and an obstacle of Mr and Mrs. Cecil R. McGee, of Green Cove. UCLA
The highlight of the trip wasa Seventeen schools participated Mr. J. P. Revels presenting to course Out of a possible 1200 McGee has selected Howard O. Close tr( ) a teacher at s, BARRYHiizEC. -
\ fl/AM!
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visit with Governor Burns in a track meet at the Uni- Oary Wise, district Driving I points Oary received 1040 Clay High,. as his STAR teacher; the teacher who In his $ :
who warmly greeted the class I versity of Florida April 10th, Rodeo Winner, the keys to a points. opinion, made the greatest contribution to the student's t? DAVID ca
and spoke to them for about Clay High placed 6th with 14 1965 Mercury for his use in Gary will use this Mercury scholastic: achievement a'Princeton's
ten minutes in the cabinet points the State Contest Pictured which was so kindly donated by Designation of STAR students was based on top rankIng -
Bill has been cited college basketball's
Bradley ss
t room. The State Supreme Court Ronnie Denmark again took with them is Mr. James A. Mr. Revels, to practice in and scores they made on the Dee. 5, 1964, Colin Board outstanding performer during the 1(64-65 season by the National
was in session, so the group 1st place in the pole vault goIng Parker, Principal of Clay High also to use In the state conteston Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT),' Association of Basketball Coaches. Bradley, la All-America balloU'
was permitted to listen to a i 11 4". This is his 3rd con- School where Oary attends May 8th which will be held Winners from each county will now compete for the lug conducted annually by the coaches for tat Wbeaties Sports
secutive week at 11' or above. Last April the 10th, Oary In Bartow, Florida. The reason honor cf District STAR student with sn eye on the statewide Federation, edged Cassle Russell of Michigan for the.top spot.
caseNext Joining the Ivy League and Big Ten standouts on the AllAmericateam
they visited the Houseof Jay Ooolsby Phil Nichols, Ter- won 1st place in the district Gary was donated the car honor. A district dinner will be held early In May are GaB Goodrich of UCLA. Fred Hetsol of Davidson and
Representatives where they ry Carlisle, and Thomas Gam- driving Rodeo Contest in Daytona by Mr. Revels Is the.fact that at which time the District STAR student and teacher will Rick Barry of Miami (Fla). The lat. Wayne Estes of Utah State I
were recognized by Speaker of bill took 4th place In the sprint The contest consisted ofa Mercury Is used exclusively in be announced. who finished sixth In the .voting, was named an honorary nnU,,
the House Rowell. From there I medley relay Jay Ooolsby also written test, driving through I the state and national finals The Statewide STAR student and teacher will be announced "urn member 1

they went to the Senate where I took 3rd in the 440 yd dash at the Statewide Recognition Meeting on May !
\ I they were recognized by State and 5th in the broad jump at 14. Scholarships will be awarded the student and teacherat GREEN COVE DOG in the comeptitlon and "Zoro"'
Senator Charley Johns. I i iI 20' 4'April, I County Principals Met that time.Boy. PLACES SECOND (nickname) tied for 1st place,
I After leaving the Senate, the 23rd Clay High will Mrs Mae Hendricks black but in the run off came in

I class visited Secretary of State go to Oalnsville again for the On Thursday afternoon, daily interested in this study poodle "Malsles Black Jewel" second
Tom Adams He poke briefly Keystone Conference meet. I April 1, the elementary and I I I because It was felt that the won second place last Tuesday, Several dogs from Green'
\ to the class and shook hands Other teams participating t::: Jailor high school: principals revised guide could be used successfully Scout NewsBy April 13, at the K-9 Obedience Cove were entered in these (

It was a highly successful P, K Yonge, McClenney Bantu of Clay County rot In the I i r in 1 the remedial r:- Club graduation in Jackson classes "Jean Joque," Mrs 1.0-(1((
I trip. Much credit is due to Fe, Fernlndlna Beach, and cafeteria of the Oreen Cove I 1 view work that must be done yule I retta, Shasteen's dog received)

Representative and Mrs. Hunt- Orange Park I Springs Junior High, Schoolto I II I In the 'jjunlor high area, and Asst.DAYTON Scoutmaster WILSON I There were fifty dogs entered his diploma. the same flight

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I Guide currently being used I elementary and junior high Sure enough, no matter what a all the tea in China, so he gave AUTOMATE YOUR FARM

Meeting with the principals I school. person does, weird things are me a curtain rod. He then In-
wuc Y1. b-- .. J. :::r.l, Consultant Dr. de Keni, because of a bound to crop up formed me that there were "
l on Elementary Education -I wealth of experience in curriculum WITH A PCAINTERMEDIATE
there
RCA -It-:: ZENITH Take last week for Instance.I two more out ,
SuPt. Jesse p, Tynes and study, was able to point Merit Splashing briskly Into the ,
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AMANA .... NOIton APPLIANCES Miss Louise Batten, Elementary I I out a number of helpful suggestions Badge am Counselor and I was at water, I retrieved the first one

- Supervisor. I in launching a study work with Rex Rawles, Patrol right away In it were an un-
TERM LOAN
Experienced Service On All Makes J) Models Due to the rapid Increase in i project of this type After much Leader of the Eagle Patrol, in known amount of crabs, three :
SKKVIVO!: CLAY COUNTY OVER SO YEAns the number of classrooms In I discussion by the group, it was the St. Johns River in front of fair sized mullet, and two large
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the county during the past that the supervisor Rex'a house, when suddenly my my
West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs five years, It was felt that should make evaluation sheets foot struck something vaguely , I went In search of the 7 years to repay
Phone 284-3122 additional prints of the curric- ( available to each faculty for resembling a log covered with other two, which I found with
ulum guide should be made in use within the next two months out much trouble because they
arnacles In view of tha fact
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each teacher in the elementary end of the current term of neither clear nor healthful, I was dragging them onto as possibl by borrowing
schools. It was felt that school At that time, Dr de something started thrashing| l
view I across latrst .
anything come at (lapis rates r
before additional Kent could meet again with the around. It turned out to be a
prints were with reservation and a great I from PCA. Gt th* money I
Concrete SpecialPatio I made, It would be well to Invite principals and key teachers deal of suspicion, huge catfish weighing OH you ad from PCAbeors
each faculty to review the CUP from the respective schools to I pounds I believe it Is now in you atop
I was cautiously maneuvering *
riculum guide and offer sug- make plans for summer and the Rawles freezer
around when I chanced to
testlons( for revision or updating fall study groups I As would be expected, we
Driveways Walks/ Drive Ribbons step on this object once again,
it in any areas where It did not complete the merit Nertkeast Predeellea Credit
but this time it gave under my
may seem necessary I Say Yon Head It in weight. This, needless to say, : badge. After all these things AaaeeIa.... HI EdgeweeAvaee S..
don't occur every day.
Example Patios 16 x 20 ((320 eel] ft.)-$12000 high The school principals areas of were the junior espe- I TIn: CRESCENT: beneath rather perturbed the surface me.and I reached grasp i Well Rex, w.'U get on it as lit Mass ..... IHIatka ,........
Tat IA t-ira TeL sTV 4.141
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the surface. It appeared to bea I What nut

I Guaranteed Look What wire basket with a number of I
crabs dashing around inside. _.. 1 NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON

I was curiously examining it

Quality Work at/ Quantity/ Price CASH GOOD CREDIT when a large black thing started rnlN1lN-!
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SI S. 1957 CHEVROLET 2-DR $395 been lost since Hurricane Dora. t '
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M He & Penney" ,Farms Leases ,Magnolia Marina 4-11 CLUBS SHOW


YOUTH WAYS TO
Reporter MRS.. HEKBCRT D. MYERS. Pbaae Itl-MSl

The Penney Farms Stamp postal revenue. 'Therefore the paper for the day was given BECOME LEADERSIn J GOVERNMENT

ib met at he home of Mrs. designs are made to appeal to b y Mrs. Pratt, "The Romance
abel Past oa April }SOi- stamp collectors, and picture of Postage Stamps. 4-H there .U a leadership
After the Stamp Exchanged animals birds, butterflies and program that last year attracted INDUSTRY

several news items of phll- even reptiles, which have nothing Mr. Gale J DIxon and his a record enrollment: 206,000
boys and girls.
Uc interest bad been menKined to do with the country wife from LaCreseenU, Cal.,

Mr. Frank Graces gave which Issues them. They are have been visiting his sister cltliens These of young tomorrow people and are hundreds the EDUCATION,

interesting paper on "Prtnclof of an oolors, :and shapes, and Mrs. Mabel Fast for a week. t $ have already assumed
1s Stamp Design.* Include errors misprints and -' leadership roles In school

A postage stamp is fundaenUlly freaks in short, anything. The annual meeting of the church and community, observes COMMUNITY
a tax. :jeceipt. Strictly which collectors will buy Memorial Home Community Miss Emmie Nelson, a
Dicing, therefore the face At the close of She program Book Club will bbe held in the field representative of the National
the receipt need show only delicious refreshments were Lecture Room of the Church 4H Service Committee tiS

e purpose and amount of the served by the "hostess. April 30th at $ o'clock.. An Interesting The leadership next steps in their will lead chosen to I. 4-H LEADERSHIP h.

, On earlier stamps, the pur- The next meeting will be on program will be given careen, she predicts.
.shown by printing October 31st. at Ihe .home of
was and everyone 1s invited to at- At the present time nearly
words postage, revenue ,, The Bev. and Mrs. Hempstead tend. 140,000 Junior leaden are workIng .
rings, etc. but -now there .- with volunteer adult leadenIn
ords are UIUala\ .om.Wad. The .Rev. H. L. Moyes will tH Clubs throughout the
Mrs. Clara Harvey receiveda s
Color was formerly used totpress preach at the Penney Memorial nation .
very interesting Easter Card Paul Cheney, a veteran ef 11 years In the restaurantbnalaete .
the smnnnt ot: the tax. I Church service st 11 o'clock on "Leadership consist of numerous .I
from her granddaughter Bar la the runty has leased the eld Magnolia Marina
the US. for example oneat Sunday. components a.eSlI a term .-
bara Achtermann In Oxford. and win .pen an .nt-eervlee feed bar there In the near
stamps were green; two- Due to illness, The Rev not easily defined explainsUtss
England. It was a snap snot other tutors .: :Nelson, a former assistant
nt red; and Slve-eent blue. George. .Roberts 'was unableto leadership, she notes, art enthuslssm provided by The Sears-Roebuck
.
grestgrandson, Mark 1H The property, recently purchased by J. P. Revels, Is sttte 4-11 Club leader and who
ever that plan is Jio longer conduct the prayer meeting friendliness, tact Foundation sponsor of this par.ticular .,
in Pool Revels said In recent has conducted
years old showing pride anew undergoing extensive renovation by Den years :
wed. last night.He will, .instead, patience and a sense of humor program for the last five
llo : molar tooth at which he that when the work Is completed the food bar will be leadership: : workshops In many "Be she .
The United States Issued its conduct the prayer meetingnext adaptable, says "Be years. Altogether Sears has supported
pointed. His father the Rev "something we can aB be prod .f." SU.US. for
ready a fishing trip or I some phase of 4-H work
130 o'clock.
it rnmmmn..tJu..lt.aII\PI ate Wednesday at : I'Achtermann is studying at Oxford The property has perhaps the moat commanding view "Becoming a leader Is largely formal dance; be able to presideat for more than four decades
time of the Columbian exitlon The Intercessory Prayer University and expectsto of the SU Johns River In the area and several' the taller un to you," she observes "You s meeting or help a younger Twelve Junior leaders will
in Chicago in 1893. group meets every Friday at finish his thesis and return buildings In Jacksonville eaa be seen from It. mart. bo ready to assume re- 4-H'er correct his mistake" claim $::100 scholarships 50 will
The earlier stamps of the 0.30: o'clock in the lecture home in June. He was formerly s inabilities: and be a self-, At the end of this 41! Club I receive all-expense paid trips to
S were designed by engrav- room. Professor at sat: 'or. Success In small undertiilujs year, county, state and national I the National 4-H Club Congress
Tougaloo ChristianCollege
I i and were portraits which : will prepare"you for award winners will be namedby st Chicago, and an estimated
id to be copied from paint- The annual picnic of the Tougaloo Miss. la. cr responsibilities. the Extension Service 10,000 will earn lesdershlpmedals.

Its or sculpture. Now various Myra Morton Bible class will Among the Ingredients for The swards will again bo .

..ethods are used including be held ,in Pine Grove Picnic On April nth Miss Maud ,

holography. Very often then ares, Penney Farms May 4 at Sjrvrtt had a thrilling visit 4-H'ers Take The Lead I
from two of her former students Nationally
l* will be made by one 12 noon. \ 4-H Club
at Wilson College, Chambmburg. -
an, the lettering by another
ad the color selected by anoth The annual meeting of the Pa. Mrs Hugo ShiM Rv I CHICAGO Last year the "You must be ready to assume Foundation sponsor of this
ClInk Benefit Society was held ter of Washington D. C. and News I National 4-H. Leadership program responsibilities and be a salt- particular program for the last

We have A. rule in this country at Gold Head Branch State her niece Mrs. Edward Wild- enrollment was boosted starter Success small undertakings I five years. Altogether Sears,

that no living person shall Park on April 12th, with about rick of Jacksonville, P1*. Mrs I to 306,000 boys and girls, setting . will prepare I you for has supported some phase of
ShUtter Is now living in Brussels I '
\ peer on our stamps but other 60 members attending out of s new record: announcedthe I Among the Ingredients for 4-Il work for more than four'
Belgium with her daughter
j luntries sometimes so honor a membership of-U. The same National 4-H Service Com leadership she notes, are enthusiasm decades
Miss Arllne Shutter wbo'lla
.ing Americans and we call officers -were reelected for the The Clay County 4-H girls blue and white stripped bluer mittee. friendliness, tact pa. Twelve junior leaders will
high official in the V. S.
at Americana In other coun- ensuing year. A picnic was enJoyed Embassy there.Mr. nU their Annual Dress Revue suit. All three. Seniors are members These young people are the tience and a sense of humor: claim 1800 scholarships M will
I les the portrlai of Ihe ruler by all. last Monday' I I of the Modem Miss 4-H cltlswni of tomorrow and hundreds "Be adaptable," she says.-"Be; receive all-expanse paid tripsto

sually appears on the stamps Club have already taken on ready for a fishing trip or a for. the National 4-H Club Congress -
The 23 entries covered sports
and Mrs A. 8. Barrows
f: his country. The monthly meeting of the I Pat and Jenny will represent leadership roles In school: mal dance; be able to presideat at Chicago and an estimated
Because of the growing num- Women's Guild of the Penney entertained their son Robert casual and dressy clothes. Each Clay County In the District church and community, observes a meeting or help a younger4her 10.000 will earn leadership
,
>.r of stamp coUecton,Jtew dens Memorial Church was held on and his family from Rochester outfit wu made by the girl Dress Revue to be held In Pa. Miss Emmie Nelson a cornet his mistakes" medals-
N. Y., for several days and over
appear every week or so, April 14. After a ,devotional the Easter weekend. herself In connection with s Istks on April 24th u a part field representative of the National At the end of this 4.H Club
ot only in this country but in 4-H in Clothing. of Joint Events will 4.H. Service Committee
service by Mrs. Travis, and s Enroute to Penney Farms project Day They year, county, state and national Little Classified/ Ads
hen as well. Some countries short business session the the Robert Barrows In the Junior division Barbara be competing with girls from The next steps will lead to award winners will be namedby
peed on the'sale of stamps president, Mrs. E R. Wilson forced to fly around the recent were Tucker of Oreen Cove the eight counties In 4.H District leadership In their chosen careers the Extension Service, Bring hag/ ItrstJlt" 10
collectors for much: of their V for a place In the State she predicts Users, Try one anil
turned the meeting over to Mrs tornado In Tennessee and thereby Springs 6th Orad Club took The awards will again be provided
Ralph Ne... program chair. arrived safely, through late, first place honors with a blue Dress Revue held In Gainesville At the present time nearly by The IkIlr.-Rottbuck: fee your retvltsl

man. They left early last Monday and white striped dress and optional In June 140,000 Junior leaders are workIng .
Mrs. Nelson presented Mrs morning for FV Lauderdale to belt- Second place was Others entering the Dress with volunteer adult leaders 4 i4 F4++ii+iifii#+aria#+ Mliiii+#'INMiii

PARTRIDGEELL Theodore Runyan who tare a spend a week with the parentsof flued by Pam Mertwether af Revue Included: Nancy Novak In 4-H Clubs throughoutthe

I I dramatic monologue entitled Mrs. Robert Barrows. 'I the Green Cove Sprongt 8th Cherly Knowles, Susan LaRue, nation YOUR PRINTING PROBLEMSCAN

DRiLLINGCOMPANY "Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre. Mr. Robert Barrows U employed Grade Club with a red floral Audrey Flakes, Ruthls Hawkins, "Lesders consists of numerous
." It was a most Impressive with the Research Laboratory print yoked shift Marsha Jones, Patty Ktmper components and Is a term
rendering and left the audience of the Eastman Kodak Patricia Walls was first place Shelly McKinley' Debbie Barrlngton I not easily defined," explains BE SOLVED HERE !

deeply movrvd. She was attiredin Company. winner In the Senior division. Laurie Temple Pat Miss Nelson a former aaslatant

lUlU IStI a beautlfsl rake such as Pat modeled s pink sunback Bryan and Karen Fields. state 4 H Club leader and who CALL 284-3166

r THRU 6* women wore In that day, and Two granddaughters of Mr. dress trimmed in print and The audience was treated to In recent years has conducted
this fact added to the impresslvtness refreshments provided by the
and Mrs. Marshall Merlam, matching reversible cap Second lesdershlp workshops In many
ROCK AND ARTESIAN WILLSfevfaf of the scene. SalUe 15, and Mary Lou 9. arrived was Jenny Fisher with a 4-H Council and sfTwed by states. AND LET US HELP YOU.
Dr. A. Dav Id Thaeter delight-' green linen seml-ftttd shift. Mrs Wellington Short 6th
on April ilth via Jet "Becoming: a leader Is large
.,.".. td the audience with two violin Alternate Ann Loftin In a Grade 4-H Club Leader
/ Well social Plane alone, for school vacation was ly up to you" she observes .++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++
solos after which the
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visit. They are from Titus-
II ELECTRIC PUMPS i Chairman Miss Crumra. Invited
vllle, N. J They were fast
all to the lecture room for Dated with M. H. C. activities TAa"', IMl! Awn," I Ritliniatop hii llatkhoeBT
fiLl WATER SYSTEMSF. social hour.
tea and a
specially the Do-R-Yourself

I shop the Art, Work and the ,
H. A. TERMS Mr. end Mrs Atoll Carroll of music and 'service They have SEE YOU ATEchie's

I Atwood. HI., were guests of the i tiuoyed the seashore, horseback
Rev and Mrs Prank M. Oracey riding and hiking in
on April 12th I' ITorida

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'The Rev Mrs Alfred 0 On March. 27th Mrs MarJorie ,
CALL LONG DISTANCI Hempstead accompanied by
TUiglrr Joined a "Hap- r Ie
J.ekq..IUs. F... Mrs. Mi1olB Pratt spent ] rinses Tour" for 14 days out ?

Palm Sunday weekend In St.. of Chicago. The Ban Francisco
389-1.438 Petersburg. On Friday niiht I Chief on the SanU Fe Rail
IN
j they were guests at the Friday I rjftd took us to Kansas City, \
kEM3f101 ,LA. t NAtiONAL Night Club dinner, and on down to Oklahoma arrow New.
"MU WILL ASSOCIATIONS Monday the attended the Pratt i Mexico to Williams Junction

580 HYDE GROVE AVr.6i. Club orgaabed many years where a hue 0wl us. On the ORANGEDALEWhere

...._ sro by Dr. Milton B Pratt Thee way to Orand Canyon we rode

through a fairyland of snow
Tilt ion OR nr TILE not
covered pine trees sod other
All Types II Seethes and rant-rod Under Week
The had
growth. next day they I
a beautiful all-day view of the I I>IUk> Ms lint, Tree and Stomp RealeeelIII filet Hauling and finding

Canyon without snow leaving I

e ij that night for Baa Franrtaco: The Hnt //'tnlll fleet -'! SEPTIC
el' There I spent all my free time AMASON'S TANK SERVICE

with my nephew and his family
After three days In San Green c... Ill-IMS or 111-3117

Francisco the tour proceededby
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Park where the red bud was In + COTNEYTIRE

bull bloom a beautiful sight. ,

The following day, the party '

wss driven up a mountain side
through 4 foot banks of
snow
to the Ski Slide House where w1.. ''. SERVICE

they had luncheon while watching

the skiers They average A KlagFhofMl JeeksesvUi
Cev. Park Ii don't trade
4.MO skiers every weekend. you
Next we spent 4 days in Loa EY I.st11 or EY t1I1n.IS ;

Angeles. ,one of which was spent ,;
with we've both
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at DtarMryisnd. a day U ,
fI San Virgo While at Los Veto I (m

they visited UM Hoover Dam,: lost !
ilea returned to Chicago art i

riving there on the day of the i
terrible tornadoes but they Frees the taaaBt4 U tike LAEGtIT! I r

.e aaw no pan of the torna4o \\X s.; s xow
Aulolitw' llntterir.RE !
Memorial Home Community Distributor Millar Tires -

and home looked good to Mrs.' FRED D YIS BUICK-PONTIAC INC. !
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EIGHT ((Stay County< 'OOrcsccnt / THURSDAY, APRIL M, IllS

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Wanted Local I "Super-Right" Quality Western Beef J'f' II! '%"I
: 140 Vets Of
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Korean and World War II BDWPjif CHUCKROAST W CASH


Some 140 ex-servicemen Uv. enlisting the aid of service JOKERS WIND UP ATOP I ,'

trig in Clay County have become organizations and others In the BOWLING LEAGUE SAVINGS
I
the object of a search being search The Jokers' are the champions H
conducted by the Veterans Ad. As to the'cost of this insur of the Green Cove Spring)

ministration alice, it depends on the age of Bowling League by a big 4.

They are veterans of World the applicant and on the type game margin Last year's win IIII II

War II and the Korean Con- pf policy,he'Selects. He has a ners, the Kingfishers, won four ,
flict who have serviceconnected choice of four types. from the Untouchables and Square Cut It

disabilities that have been If he is 30 years old, for example finished second. 43
Bone In pLIi J
adjudged too alight to merit the monthly premiumsper High for the women war -
monthly compensation payments $1,000'ivdrth' of coverageare Bart Christian with a 180 anda LB.
89 cents for Modified Life, 624 set. Rufus Tucker blasted

: Because they are not on the 09 cents for' Ordinary Life, a fine 000 set with a 321 IMPS

books to receive such payments, tl.45 for 20-Payment Life and single to top the men.. John {
the VA has not maintained contact $360 for 20-Year Endowment. Kelley won high game award "Super-Right" Quality 'Western Beef f"

with them and, as a result If he is 45 years of age; he with 247, Including handicap

doesn't have their current will be charged 1.32 for Modified A dinner followed\ by a Swiss Steak

addresses. Life, $1.89 for OrdinaryLife presentation of awards will be .
However, It wants to reach $2.44 for Payment Life held April 28 at the Qui-Sl-
them now because they stand and $3.36 for': 20-Year Endow Sana Restaurant at 8.:0 p.m. BonelessAll

to benefit from legislation, recently ment. Final Standings N'nt
passed by Congress, that The rates are typical for Woe Lost 78 C J

will make them eligible for low- those who meet the VA'a "good Jokers ..... ... 12 CO LB.
With warm weather on the way, It's time to lay the ground cost life insurannce, beginning health" standards They will be 'I Kingfishers ...s 88 U

work for a beautiful and healthy lawn that will be a source May 1.National. somewhat higher for others. Untouchables ,, 81 CIS HAVE YOU SEEN THE
of family pride all season long. Service Life Insurance For Clay, County veterans I Champions . .. 83 C9
first select the right seed. 1 preferably a plant food high in GRAND GIFTS IN THE NEW
t Professors .. . 4941 82% SUPER-RIGHT QUALITY WESTERN BEEP
For the average home owner, nitrogen content.A spreader,asshown policies, In amounts up who are under age 50, no med '
mixtures containing 40# or iffze distribute to $10,000, are to be made avail ical examination will be required Drivers ,. . .49% 82% CATALOG YET '
more Merion Kentucky blue hljieii: : ii and able to them. unless: their health is Magnolia . . .. CO 12 BONELESS CHUCK ROAST LB,68t

graasrtha train uled.exten- eventually the seed, evenly and ex-Ota In, Clay such that 'they would not be 8-Balll . . .. 39 13 .
The Up
lively by gardeners, and in at the desired rate. SUPER: RIGHT QUALITY WESTERN
parks, airports athletic fields After sowing,lightly rake the County with these lowrated disabilities able to obtain life insuranceon
and golf courses-are most sat Merlon seed Into the soil or give comprise approximately the open market. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS BONELESS BEEF STEW LB,58 '
isfactory.Throughout the blue. the lawn a H" top dressing of 1 out of 11 of the 1,548 veterans The offer',will be.open for Joker j . . 70 38
grass area, Merion can be peat, sand or top-soil mix.Then
planted successfully. I firm with a light roller. Be sure of the two wars living in one year, beginning May 1. Untouchables . 66 42 SUPER-RIGHT QUALITY WESTERN BEEP

Before you start to establish I, to water frequently to help the the local area.Throughout. ... Kingfishers . 65 43 m
t, a new lawn, a soil test will help seeds germinate.If the country, Champions . . 61 47 SHORT RIBS LB.38
determine fertiliser and lime you. are planning to over- 15 million Drivers . . . 48V4 59V4
requirements. Merlon thrives seed your present lawn, make there are more than '
Job Professors . . 4614 61W SUPER-RIOIIT FRESHLY
classified Corps
best on a soil nearly neutral, sure the turf is fairly open. veterans, similarly
but will\ grow well in most any Apply weed killers at least two who will benefit under the Magnolia . . 39 69
,
well-drained\ soil However, it is weeks ahead of planting. Aer new legislation. The Job Is to ,(Continued.from Page 1)) 8-Balls . . . 36 72 GROUND BEEF 5-1B1 PKG. $1.95
Hot completelY shade tolerant. ate areas to a depth
compacted Is The Jokers with a 3 to 1 victoryover .
Begin by loosening the soil of six inches. Keep the lawn find them, says the VA. It *
the Starke-Bradford clinched
with a power rototiller garden mowed closely until the, seed -- County the Kingfisher at
tractor, or by hand spading. has germinated. Follow the SURPRISEDBY Chamber of Commerce He had least a tie for first as the Cham- Green Giant Golden_ Whole Kernel MEXJ CORN *r
Then rake down the lawn,making same planting instructions as MRS. MINIGII the highest praise for the formal pions also took 1 from the Untouchables -
it firm, and set any slopesor I for a new lawn, but seed at the STORK SHOWERA presentation made by to dim their title hopes Niblets Corn IJ-ea.
grades. lower rate of about one pound( 19c
stork shower was
Next add lime and fertilizer, of Merlon to 1,000 square feet. surprise Mi- Bradford County In behalf of There is only one week remain- Can
given for Mrs Elizabeth the Blandlng site. ng. Doc Turner's 539, RufuaTucker'
7th by Mrs. Har- Sultana Preset Regular or Crinkle FRENCH FlUmPotatoes
nigh on April 52) and 209
8PRING FESTIVAL THUNDERBOLT RACERS The Job Corps which is said a single by
I I riette Cressy and Mrs. Ann to be stepping up 1U enlistment Tom Purrance led the men. A 493
MAY lit AT CHARLES COMPETE FOR $40.000 house -a*.
formers
at the
and
Salyer program Is expected to announce eel by Mary Everett BettyIrown't : lOc
E. BENNETT SCHOOL Eight Jacksonville area drag Eighteen friends attendedthe five or more Industrial 479 were high for the
racers will be competing for shower and Mrs. Mlnlgh received
The Charles E. Bennett PTA over $40,000 in the New Trl- a bassinet filled with training centers within the women Del Mont Yellow Cling HALVES t*

will hold a Spring Festivalon State Super Stock Drag Race next few months.
gifts. JUNIOR WOMANS CLUB
Saturday, May 1st, at the Circuit which gets 'underway Refreshments were served by According to Bratt, the Job TALENT SHOW, APRIL S3 Sliced Peaches l-Ib. 13-a*. 29c

school, beginning at 3 o'clock Sunday at the Thunderbolt the hostesses and the home was I Corps la tending more and more The third annual Talent Can
Plans Include booths, activities between Oreen Cove to smaller Industrial training
Drag Strip, the Easter motif
decorated In Show sponsored by the Green AF Concratra&ecl'I
for the children, a chicken .and Orange, Park. centers and to more closely integrated Cove Spr'ngs'! Junior Woman's Frosen ( II.... earn fife)
pilau dinner, a program of entertainment '' In Florida i living within the cen
Four Drag Strips ,
Club will be held this Friday ,
by the school children Georgia and Alabama have putyo STRICKLAND.MEADERSENGAGEMENT ten Thus where the Job Corps Orange Juice 6 8-ea 89c
evening, April 23, at 8 o'clock
ANNOUNCED originally aimed'at CaaaSO
and fireworks an annual purse of $40,000, private and at the 'Green Cove Springs
the richest In the southeastern Mr. and Mrs W. E. Strick semi-private rooms for enrol- I Junior High School ALL FLAVORS
United States for drag racers. land of Oreen Cove Springs, lees, it Is now seeking dormitory Mrs. Dale
REVELS FORD MOTORAMA Betty AUdltorium'j
The races will\ be run weeklyIn the engagement and I1ving'with enrollees of this "'
WINS AGAIN announce (about 10 to years Hi-C Drinks 3
Phenix city, Ala on the approaching marriage of their an Instructor) serving as master of ceremonies .4- $1.00:
sticking close
J. P. Revels Ford Motoramawas first Sunday of the month; at daughter, Clara Louise, to Hen together in their will be Ed. Taylor. Miss Dianne
presented the Oold Car Macon Oa. on the second; at ry Lee Meaders, son of Mrs. vocational training, recreation Revels will appear as a special Mr-Out Finest Quality Grade "A"

and Gold Truck Awards last Albany, Oa on the third, and 1 Leola Baus, of Oreen Cove and and relaxation-hours time. guest

Monday evening at a party at the Thunderbolt Raceway B. C. Meaders, of Mt, Airy, Bratt pointed out while he Among those who will par. Apple Sauce 6 :':ti 89c
given at the Thunderbird Mo- on the fourth, May through I Oeorgla. was in Green Covve that two Icipate are: Norlene Elliott,
tel and Restaurant September, The Thunderbolt Miss Strickland and Mr. I' center rooms on each floor of luthle Hawkins, Jean Ann

These awards are given annually Super Stock Drag Races will Meaders were graduated ,from each dormitory could be easily Jones, Wanda Holmes. Sarah
I
,1 honoring the dealers for be run on Saturday nights Clay High School last year. converted to dayrooms where Perez, Linda Cole, Barbara EXTRA ""

t their outstanding sales performance Ralnouta will be run on the She is employed by SouthernBell II enrollees living on those floors Tucker, Lon Custer, John I -. .. .-.. .. IPtAID
fourth Sunday Each race will Palatka, could enjoy their social activities VAMPS j ?
in their given areas, Telephone Co Spearman and Donnie Rldaugh H lrl ..rh L
.atlone . . SI** fffff* A
be for a $600 DO purse. Pulp and i
and for \ with Hudson
outselling all other and he Is Nancy Agin, Patti Williams Coupon fxxt Ikru Apr SS IiTv
their Dates open at 11 o'clock and In Palatka. Bratt was emphatic In J.A4KMill.
makes In district. This is Paper Corporation saying Mary Williams, Natalie Wheel.er
tf. the third time Mr. Revels has eliminations start at 2:30: pm The wedding Is planned for that a training center would ,Dora Peavey,Deborah Pugh,
I received this honor. Children are admitted free!' June 18th at eight o'clock in not come to Oreen Cove or to Kathy Kenney, Jeanette Park-

Mr. Revels was accompaniedby when accompanied by parents the Russell Baptist Church. I any other location unless It was er. rlI

his wife and Mr and Mrs All friends and relatives of actively sought. Prior to any ?(DID

Charles D. Waters, manager of Suy You Head It in 'II' the couple are Invited to at- final decision a formal presentation I Idy ..*> SUMM5O

his firm. TJIK CHKSCKNT tend.F ; I , a professional brochure I HHIMIW .. ... si*.
toai thru Apr. II
i must be made up Coupon JAXl -SI

indicating on-site training ant CLAY Fresh Frtut & Vegetables
living facilities and their condition
F
on-slte-recreatlonal facilities THIATRB
EXTRAS .
AtFord- - (fishing, swimming, Green Cm Springs HAM/t/ ....... T *4er. G.loVn
hiking, etc,) '-
Monday thns Friday N n, Manocram Mfkimoow YELLOW CORN 10 EARS 59r
Bratt's recommendations are ..... < SIMCoupon ,
Box Office Opens 7 ill PJM. tim Aye is
expected to be put into the Complete Feature As Late JAX Bnod 4-t4. lSO Est,. Fsacy. Washing
Motorama hands of Job Corps officials 8:31 PJH.
As :
t this week. !Saturday and Sunday WINESAP APPLES LB. 19tLara.
I Since the Job Corps has recently
1 I c..U..... from I P.M. EXTRA
been under some questioning I**** Tine lips. /

for allegedly draggingits Wed. Than and Fri I Own Pk.. of 1.I' */
F Largest Stock Ever feet on further Implementation Apr. 31. It a 83SCllTAUOie | n us... .a. CANTALOUPES EA4 39i

:. of its function an early Sm 111.1-LIa1 riser JAX sews all-u thru A pr. II Sleek TearferCARROTS.

decision may be expected. In

t the meantime. Interested communities IAgr 2-LB. BAG 1St
are expected to be ,

r:r Buy That New working' on plans to be submitted "" 11II. AH Mteenl M...... Bag
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Sat April It 1\/TAUT T.A : ramyzERj 66B $1,15
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and '
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,; Big Spring Sale Is On 0 Nabisco Rita 13oej.CBACKKKS Helms 8traln4 4 i-oa. Jan Lan IHSSc /

S3ePepaodent BABY FOOD .,...1'. 8"e8oa. POTATO awn ,
'I KFIUIR' UP oNi QU4AT Bra., .... sad Tnea.Asvtt Stripe Giant Sis Nine lutes can Lipton 4813os.
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33. II A 11 TOOTH pun 41. CAT FOOD ..,, 4 for Me TEA BAG 4f.
AND CHECK( Ttt TIW4- Gold Medal .' Bag Rg, Sis Ban Ilptoqbe Off .,

: i Whether you want one Uflkll : ROB , , 88. DIAL SOAP Srer43e DISTA.XT TCA 83.
; Don't Miss It...Come In and See. quart or your tire checked, Liquid Diet Food' 10-os Label! A1JnrM\ l-lb LooM Utb.UFTOX .

you'll always find the friendly SEGO ; 3 f. tta IfARaARLVT 8eftfc. TtA .. 43. I
, personnel at LaRue's t Libby 12-oa.can PlOsbury\ bag Oixte: LQyGBtTS 1-K-lb. .

Service Station ready to CORY MtF '.' 83. ROB .." ,,', lie ..-i., ,,, U.
r serve you Stop In today. Weda, n..... aM Fri.QUO j
If your birthday\ Is la forget
ueuE'sSERVICE AIrU U. It a It ../wAn rhrea. u1rw to renew your driven nee 1 I IUS 1

J. P' Revels Ford Motorama -.. .. '
,, STATION ens r e. d + .e !L On... Af*. Ccatn (Or Springs and ,

I llunvfololtDe1MrA1 !!" H", 17. .
601 N. Orange Avenue GRKRX: COVE SPRINGS I Pa ne IU-.... ; ApxFood Stores Ora., Park

2C4-2443 "..IM. Hwy It* 11 W Prim .. tkss a4 g4 ,.... Sanity Ar. uPAalt
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