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 Material Information
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 Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
notis - ADA7385
lccn - sn 95026712
System ID: UF00079902:00152

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I At MHC Christmas Program Moody Is Charged Top Policy Makers of I



,. With Manslaughter
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- '....,. : in.. "'t' Nations 500 Greatest I
) (1v Hanna Moody... ordered bound over to Circuit CourtIn

St. Augustine on a charge of manslaughter last Saturday: .

in the Nov. 14 death of a Jacksonville woman on the
{ ;1 "I Shands Bridge Get Bid To Move To GCS .

Justice of the Peace O Marvin Drier, of St. Augustine,
ordered that Moody bond remain at 110,000. After hearingthe
; testimony of v.ltneasea and law enforcement officer. - Uut week Crescent sent by tint dIAl mall to the

1 Orler said It v..as his Judgment that. sufficient evidence of top ix>llcy>maklng officer of the nation's 800 lre.te.t.corp.
Moody's runt had been presented to hold him for trial on Florida Collection At Litury; ) oral loi\a. This week paper. minus the traditional bridal 1

the charge couple on top, goes by third claaa mall to the MUM group
1I Moody war taken back to the St. Johns county jail A special collection of Florida materials hat been col- ai a follow-up. I
I 44at :: after the hearing He had pleaded not guilty to the manslaughter lei'ted and organised at the public library Lat week Invitation to industrial marriage went In .

charge when arraigned on Nov IT All treat of Plot Ida material .re Included In the collection a Urge white envelope bearing a map of Florida and the I

M1"t w 1I I Mrs Bola Barber, t3, of Jacksonville war driving west : wildlife! literature, history and fiction The bulk legend "An Invitation to Join A Drawing Community of ,
a across Shsnds Bridge when, her car was struck and pushed of the collection deal with various phones of Florida Blue Chip Corporation"

from behind, causing her vehicle to crash through the) history and Include most of the Floridian Facsimile reprint The Crescent, working with member of the Oren.

"it< hMy bridge railing and plunge Into the river series published by the University of Florida Cove City Commission received enthusiastic support In the j
q Mrs Barber's body aa recovered when the car was pulled Various old histories and descriptive travelogues of the program to lure other blue chip Induatry to Join Burlington

--1W I from the river about two hours later. State available and Johna-Manvtlle In the Greece Cove are. from Governor '

i- Testimony given by Trooper M Terrell Crawford of the Of special Interest to people of this area la James elect llaydon Burn, Congressman D R Matthews, CharlesF

Florida" Highway Patrol was that Mrs Barbers car war Cubelli "The 81. John.." Oraff' "Mandarin on the RI.John's" Myera, Jr< realdcnt of Burlington IndustrIes. Ino.,
struck and pushed from the rear by a car driven by Moody and the IllaUry at Jacksonville and \'!tlnll, by Robert F Orth, Ft sting vice President. of John- !

This war substantiated by other witnesses Davla Manvllle CorpoiItepreaentative ftf n :;, py Charlie Johns State
The victim's husband was driving ahead of her In another Dlrkla and his Men deals with the Civil War In this n AruUlth.r Wilson chairman

tar and witnessed the fatal accident through his! area. A treat deal of pamphlet material on Florida II duo. of the Hoard Ol ,PtWt.'oI'/Lr red i other,

rear view mirror In the car he was driving Barber Is plant available In the vertical file \ /

manager for Green's Fuel in south Jacksonville. He was recently Of all the material written about Florida, very little Information -s .....
transferred from Gainesville\ ss plant manager there) on Clay County U available. Such Information r' ewwr
tout tTKNOSecouo
and at the time of his wife's death was driving a company U cotutantly In demand at the library. The library would 1.
car to Gainesville to leave the vehicle there His wife was appreciate receiving any material of historical value on 1 ae.wewqt
following him to drive him back to Jacksonville Clay Count*: old newspapers.. church histories definition \

Jack Moody, II, a cousin of Hanna Moody, was a pass programs, tie The material can usually be reproduced If
enger In Hannas' car. According to the Investigation by the owner doeant with to donate the mateiUl
Dr. Dalbert Sterrett, of th. University .('Florid, and
Sheriff John Hall Moody: did not stop on the bridge' after
hU family wlU present a Christina .."cal program at .-,
Mrs Barber's car plunged Into the river >" )
the Christmas party t* be sponsored by the Wosnsns Guild "
The two cousins were arrested by Sheriff Hall about a INa I
.1 Fenney Mesaarlal Church at IMJ .'dock .. Des .. mile from the bridge The sheriff reported st the Um. that Zoning Board I Heads Auxiliary) I'

The' gra* appeared last ,.ar'.t ,UM Stephen Foatee both men had been drinking. 'r..! !.. a- \

Memorial and I. that oeeaaloa Uf Magatloe commented To Hold Meeting ......
favarably on the .lay>relon they 'mad..\ Dr..*&anttt bat '
Song la opera awl taaaleal comedy both here aad abroad.Th The County Zoning Com. ae ....Yt

Norton Speaks For million will conduct four ,Y al
annul Bed Stocking offer for Itsrlda migrant Jaycee SurveyThe '
public meetings In the County .
and a roDoetMn vf gift far the colored children ef rentrFarno
win be takea at that UM*. The public to Invited Commission in Job Green. Cove Sprints Jaycee. lilt week" to answer uesUo -
t fOf'JfmlnM pro.
are taking a Community
Center Negotions attitude survey. It Is a tvro- posed comprehensive font
fangs plan for the County,
part survey designed to better
*- James Norton sonliulaviSMlop enable .leaden aoeordlnc to James E. Crow I, y' a
T community U
-..>.. yutg4 .4. OommMoq chairman. M wu ,
lilt.'Iihrt >|ii rct g5. .ai'i7< fi'' j Djy | .matojr #f,0ountx Attorney .pea. .and project .|vto protramg .... \ ,
\ Rese Planned T, J. Jennings, Jr?"preaentod for the coming year oe Members of UM Commit-. *.rr: :!MI of afweo fluid in\ imlort MMiil ofrkheo
by US.Of ion will meet with ...Id" ...
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the Board of County years In a mUa. .ng>, same of the material WM fen eu of
Commissioner at a meeting inaurke The Jaycees ask that every of UM Mlddleburg area at last wool1 paper and .le neh ded In this .no. Kotable. among
l I Importance to realdenta ditary factors and differencesIn one contacted for this program I o'clock nut Tuesday the itotemenle missing last week were. those of Roes Le

+ of Day County, where heart physical characteristic and to give their full cooper hint In the Uiddleburf "I Jti: I Grand, of the Industrial Development division /t( the At,-
I dlaeaa* U responsible for M aetivtUe ation. AH ,eltlsens the torpor k Center, At I o'clock y i. Me' Ruth Coast UM; Representative Huntley. and. our own

per cent of the annual mortality In the Clay County population ate city limits of Green Cove iMwday evening, their ., ft. JI' Hugh Dmlth whose rommenU on the local aeeiM- are alwajriaUalfht '
I are plant for an all-out out of a total of III will be contacted! The survey meet with reaMenU of UMportors .. .. from the shoulder. and entertaining. ,

} aaaault on one phase of the deaths from all causes In IMJ, deals with various phases of Inlet area at the I I .'. In addition to those mentioned above o small arty of
problem stroke according to the latest vital city seed county government, Doctors Inlet Civics Center. friend helped] let out Rail week i Creeeent The envelope,
Uncle SAm U getting set for statistics report 71 were due schools recreation and social Nat Thursday, o.e. 10 all 109 of them were d.lreed ky Mrs. Dayton WlUon:
a major research attack that to heart ollmenU. Of these 21 life In the community, the commissioners will mart Mrs JNaa Willie .Ka bean City Manager Hen &.11"., spent stout of IN preeedtnr

win Involve a net work of Fed were attributed to strokes On No.. IT, the Mayor, Mar. with reeldente of UM Green r named ptnUtntt IM tar Sunday In the field helping with photograph and In/orma.
eraDy financed "stroke centers The plans for the new h Un Harris protlamed November Cove are at I o'clock In the MeaMrlal ll..r

    ," serving every section of "stroke centers" call for themto as Community Ivvelop- Courthouee And UM follow. aoreeedlnf Mrs 0184,. ,.... mission on Tuesday ntghl tofore the popof war put on the

    the country. The ultimate cost be Installed si existing medl- mint Month for the Jaycees In InS evening on Friday, IXII *,., M,., While use ...tall.r4 press. Mayof Martin Harris, and CommUatooer. Ed.u<
    win be around 110.000000 a eat Institution They will be this sreaSchooh. they will meet with ," j' at In. annual meeting, Taylor Warwkk Kenney and Zellner ..p"oNt eantent
    year manned by-special teams of dents of the Keystone are .U4 Bands *T*.|M '"* Mr*.

    Because. strokes take :300,000 stroke. specialists, ranging at I o'clock In the eonf.r. A I It IhK*. Other net "n. -- .
    live a year In the t'nlted from surgeons' to speech there Set ence rom of Clay Dertrta er iMlod Mra. MadlmMven.

    8Ut and afflict Un time plate, who win treat patients Co-op first le >ee..Meal|
    GM Preview I Is
    that number of people the and at the same time, carryon Higher Slttmlards Alt persons are Invited to I Mn. Ck rle* II..... .ar*.dVlee Set
    problem I Ia considered urt.nLTho their /eoearth-" attend the meeting held In pesldentl| Mr*. thsodt.ksse

    M per cent heart morUUty What can a person do to ml** the area In which they re- .maetaeyl I Mre. r...
    among Clay County resident tmlse. the likelihood of o heart The Count,, public school MeCarl, I *r Chillier lr*" Mieef| sad For Showing' At Two
    system ls ready to meet. thoCounty
    Is reported In the latest attack Most of the authorities last week to discus the Mr*. FMWp. atatUeUn.Names .
    anticipated growth
    ; figure' from the C.8 PublM agree. that a low fat diet and protioaed Job Corps Training
    That k the wont of Jesse rTynes
    s Health ilervlce.Nstbnsfy moderate' nerdee on a regular Canter st Camp Blinding
    suprrtnUrvlent-elwt of J I f New District Manager: Local School
    by way of comparlaon. bull ore two of the essentials The Crescent. learned or the High
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    the Board of Publrf Inatrurtion -
    the disease account They also recommend weight. meeting from Blithe. aourto
    Whit. Green Coves schoot U 1II1In,." aaaiaUnt tafMtod district MA*<.r for
    rot MI per erat of the total control sufficient rest. each Others from Clay County at. .
    are tarn folly aorredHed. Tyww. district manger ., Johns* the new dtrtfkrt In Fkortd. with' kaeel MotorTrevtew* '
    mortality In the South Allan day, svotdane of tendons and the meeting were Tic Russell odvatdtasnai
    who It I now acting superintendent MsnvuVs paw division. with .hs4gwrwe H (been Come. Prwrw, on statetemmwtroUon Deoeaito 1bdurCase
    tic State It I* Ml per vent anHetie' M much a* Is .poaafel ,In>>m. president of the Clay .
    and has served for Iradquart.rs In AUaHs. nil Training. of fcrv i nvnoemel I tom deputing sefcifeIn Cove fl 0'flee
    and. In the lUte of FtortdaUS and moderation In --'..... County Chamber of Commerce, ..... '
    Is sihsduM lor
    .
    ashowing
    years as supervtaor of UvhJnv.prornkwd begin recruit operating rsonnel the than Give "'/.n&. he .Mid
    per cent. Heartening news for middle- Dr. R. M FStenon a memberof ...... hours plus
    .. M Clay high slid olDttntoe -
    that he nm"" nfe Omen The CreoMnl. wtll begin abtMMf I )
    The ratios vary considerably aged meet come from the the County school I board: student volunteer. win *M ss. bee plant on April I. t, A4 *' 11' .... e.npoyeea Mtgh nfl Tueadoy, I Money Order Window span
    from' on* area of the country American Heart AasorUtlon. It and ... L. Beaaley. mayor of Continued oo page lagMe Beech the hM bas dee- possible ail to Mr4rtoeto. 'TIM' Oar nigh showing will to Saturdays, DH. I. la. II, ;
    to the other Suite-d etpla report the first downward turn Ksyaton HtIbta.ANUwr .4 ltll ...... sod UM ****. MWsdnsoday. A

    nation for the variation .Include In heart death for thto gee meeting I 1 scheduled. '9' onUUoej" at DM*** will to. olt i s/U nunt, thus
    diet ,eureka sir.es, here group' In IIn'traJ' decades. tar tonight \la the office of the .M f........ II, IIAH .4'

    ettvutiv*. secrrury of theBUrteBradford r Fwp.o.1 MM showing, I\I tostMMrsgo Day Saturday toe li
    County Chin. 1r" Patch. schaol stiksVntato IItnabis.
    r ,
    tor of Coaunatr
    DttrsiM M*>tWM .In stance aadengUverdsg .
    ReprvoeinaUv of the two aM to poises out to the ear, A' lod-wsll.
    oossntaaj agreed on Maps. toward Maul the many epporturtttl** lamp to o4 to stm tato tie ,
    Il j( Official Ineorperattitg o .....,...
    Says GCS "Cooperative Opeej Mane fhrld sun's rf In the show. A* thoBgM
    tag. ogvnry for operation of tie On of tie fcbhhgKti tt the Hrlluo the setti the iuvaotoile

    Spirit Toward Industry Demonstrated"IBatw.M goals which would ese.y poI, a stov I III a fissl sell s device the! saovee snsnotnly .*sreoouol
    saws of lead to the Standing .. .
    ., ,j eh* *stal energy to* '* ,

    .f J RLeOrad.Asatetant sire" of-the onsiiosisiiny to ...... n..r.attan It to Veswvod Is stMWWoJ. ,*.*(, IMeotteOyoiio |n MMUSMS. to. sun '"". UMFwtew -
    erate with both a4 . widely the Clay ., the semi II.-Mile. OUI.MIMO. win as. sr*>
    to the Vice FreaWK.tedustrUl new eiist Ostsnty Board of Ctosja.... .
    Inc snouptrte n..U9t in 'I sstentlf.1 devifapavi of theOktatatT sir bearing fUiloevi to specs.
    Pmlug-aisvt. Au... en WIt IM thotr gamy of ag*. .
    soon toward aw UM feel salt giosmfoo ISMV TaM small Haldwsd. sup"
    tire Clout UnIt lUflroad) etdkvle to Orora Irataatrywharh elms few**! on the project at UM* ;J tort etostriotty wish mash paned or throe .lane. elreui*!"
    nut KIM UH'IM aUTTWrlia
    Th.Ones BprlKig woo NIl bmoss,4.M OMotlng TMai lay. realer oflfawewy UMA .I* *rwoXotosd pars. \to deaacsMd to tIkIt over
    after. nmmial Carve Bprtta area dsrsag the rarest. rai...UaUon Drua of the eta. . avnaming Artt MmseMab os4 d PuS.. ....,. floss sei.*ntleeialIn any Rat ewfas on g thin lay."
    adHatages to < K mo Use grot ftgM. . JMM r. Tew*) saw.d Ibis. seed ..
    --4 of *
    sir *
    or ..
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    wt Wt roMlted
    .larospwuInAsatrM" and I aso CkwiMraUon to JohravMaovlDs term UM Cawaaav will boto god ... ....... ......, pots.aJ el la* r UM ato.. a tow ..*. ofkwl4 Tko oaerattae. of tho Pie.dews .

    very bo eoaAdenl that the area .tar ., Ma aiajtfstoUsugttr ostotvtocang UM bad ., the Jo* Can n.wtM L Sinned lie nssev ..... ..seeK *. etatMhtoeX* added to the frialfenw I b linple.' !. ASMa4
    maw
    can tarririHosidiitsiiglalkM Web to .ceded by. sV-rsow ._< II .. beesne. .
    pun see asg c.ela.r oatto
    geeiM* bAaXher Mower
    en toes
    * energy > a:g IhrougllUM >>
    rtal growth .to UM robsro. brtser, t brather-bvesv N eb=..." ........ .. the r....' ,MoltAs .. .11"MTt. opeate a pamtahJe ,... three
    Are *Mtiooj wy. the city ., the Grew Oa*. Bprlnn I II ...... 1M rte ?vide .... p, rlsud ....... sehsbe IaN, IL no ..... WIs. .... L ...'" a.de4sg *! dIN n... of solar en of air pods.between creating the a thinryuv

    H.vy Baae pe. ity woo o ..... ed on the matt tee of AOantktCaoM a:....", Os..r Fsn Bev.at .. .. ...... gam ties puss ... Fars, $bSaws. 0...... L Monty ,*.......y ..'-&. .rt y. Ih* *....... ftaiMMMI, and the. floor Tho oirelUbl pad.
    OModotM man fnarwanf M the Uno ........ otorb **. WIll taw Sao pse.r oar a s4e If 0.C_ pudnw hue .... .. Mdl* a.eesd ... lesion sopaadost wet. k J dJaVVMaMlflstoTSlafls Tlls9 IkW Halo (ktartr a4 aMbig
    friction
    stanraaar truth *f Green Os.* sane to...,. of erp.rtw nBtfsseparieWa 0. Naeeptas dsa.as, ...... ........ In ffee c...., e>OM ... A endue ofto ...... 0..... .,. a-b medal ear Impeder on tnsMlfig loot osoMtiy ., thoMatters

    Sprints whkh sosarsi UMra.Us3ty old w* are AI tba ......... ttI Seamier ... bs1 her sdwpu/Ns. wab ad 1Wd... ** M.* a>id."|Mdoile sad iroalaale owl OWN inotaoloilrlo e0lo Joe ILl) { *. ,
    af Antrmkle an* atraoanaMe paved M r-niaaiiajd Clay cbs_ g tkb.a. K ... 4... r....*. to 1'---. sad M F*
    eojaf, lad of eajaalkBporUM slaw to dinnMs todustrtea .. sew 1M pesssdorpaatbs row r.. ...., to r.......... Ii. awk aW to .*.*s.*4 o ......... eVieeae toMr UuoM.a .. the bond of the ear soa art pelMlpb setjuentolaueUola need .blSM4r
    MnmunW to far the tors***) of con pUat ".. LNsm SanerslC.aua.rd ......... Mea. *e toHetMf ........ .4 UM fa* baa bees o sweater of UM ...., wlssd. IgM ry tato eloatrblty wkkhetortrteal guUantg .,..., A ,

    prswPssteon fcatostrtai UM do* fadIII.i& a .... Bogerty of ....... mho M. ... ..... ,sveee a am0 SAotay (CanUtiemd tut rude lost)

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    FACE TWO Slay(!( (County (Ercsccnt THtESDAT, DECEMBER X, 19(4


    age from the Jtrnjei of Bataan. bombers will never blast Can

    Do You Know .., otUklttr t :t Thank You Let me be thankful that I cn ary out of the memory of ma .
    put Mid old difference .. kind. Men have tried. "nev 0
    r by DUNCAN OBONEE By u to build new national l unity, the Ie.. the foundation of Oo

    A Guy Named Joe ? Since learning that Jack Bell had confessed to having The .... Dr. Geetfe Hewar that I can five up old pleasure standeth firm," and I am glad
    hacked to death a fellow treasure hunter I have wondered to found new h.pplnes and thankful because that
    what dark thoughts must have gone through his mind ss travagant way. The prayer our Sometimes we feel that the meant that we are not alor,
    (Reprinted from the Bradford County Telegraph) he and I explored for Civil War relics in some of the remote mother taught us are some world is falling about our ears. In our efforts to make t',
    parts of the County.I z thing to be thankful for, and But you cannot blltzkrtz the world R more decent place
    Joe U 15 years of age . or maybe 18. His family, must confess I spent a great part of our time togetherIn the faith in Ood our father Sermon on the Mount. Dive which to live
    almost broke, moved to the city from the country several deadly fear . an Innate dread I have of stepping on a instilled In u* I 11 a treasure no
    months aio because his father thought a Job was waiting snake war can destroy

    for him. But It wasn't. But as I piece together the bits of conversation we had, 7 I am glad to be discovering I

    Joe has three brothers and sisters. He lives with themIn of Jack's frequently contradictory remialscenee of his own anew that life need not mean NEW AND i I
    . no home-like life I am forced to the conclusion that he has at long last defeat. If a man seeks merely .
    There is no privacy
    two small room the material goods of life the <<
    arrived at some sort of peace with himself In that Arkansas USED CARS
    atmosphere.Joe's Jail while he waits to be tried for murder. world may refuse to gratify

    father is on welfare, and his mother work long Jack Ben was a rootless man who had long since lost his demand But if what he
    and unfriendly, and its ways a want supremely Is to be a Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc.
    hours. The city is cold his Identity. When he arrived in Clay County the only thingon ,
    mystery to families moving in from rural areas. earth he had was his metal-finding instrument, a letter man, then he can use even the
    reverses of life to gain that Green Cove SprintsWkea
    from Catholic him for
    thanking of
    some orphanage a gift
    Jose clothes never fit . his shoes are too large worthy end.I A Better Deal Is Mad Pan Nees WM Blake ItSTOP !
    $50 and an obsessive hope o finding buried treasure. Whenat
    his hair needs cutting. He never sees a newspaperor length he failed to find it here he sold his machine and DR. GEORGE HOWARD would thank Ood that I -=- IX-
    a magazine they are unknown in the home. ThereIs gave up his hope. am still free free to pay

    little conservation or other communication between Now It Is not necesary for Jack to invent stories; to Some people never dwell on taxes as a way to cancel part SEE AND DRIVE THE '65
    members of the family Joe eats one maybe two mealsa watch the expression of the person with whom he U talkIng the good that baa com to of the debt I owe to the boys

    day but never three. to discover whether the latest lie went over. them in life. They complain! who died on battle fields to

    Not knowing what to say, he keeps quiet at the neighborhood Long before I knew of his real background I began to constantly and the atmosphere keep me free. I am .tIll free to
    school that his parents insist h* attend. The other wonder about some of his stories I called him. In the feature In which they live is gloomy sacrifice my personal advantage fl>.n. ...-.... Direct Doe

    children think he's dull witted, and teachers despair story I did on him several weeks ago, a teller of tall and morose. They remind me and put myself under the to Jax tM-MJS OCS
    as he falls subject after aubject. Eventually, in spite of tales. of a dear old soul In Indiana, yoke of the higher good of my
    all his parents can do, Joe drops out of school. He told me he had saved 11,000 from a summer of where I preached my first aer.mon fellow men. I can still give of
    peach and cherry picking In Michigan and that he had no year ago. Sne had sucha what I have to help others . .
    Perhaps you've guessed that Joe Isn't an actual case sooner quit the fruit orchard than he had word from his mania for funerals that she to feed the hungry.
    but he's a composite of thousands of boys Just like daughter that her child was dying. He went to her, he said came to be called "Funeral I am glad to'be alive In these
    him in big cities and even rural areas across the and spent the 11,000 In a vain effort to keep the child Fanny. When she died a man days when we are discovering

    nation. alive. Later he told me his laughter was married to an bought her old horse, and, again that the most degraded PHONE

    What can and should society do for him Just how army enlisted man and I wondered why It was necessaryto much to his dismay, he found poverty Is that which/ comes f
    is he U be helped The temptation Is to say that Joe spend $1,000 for hospital and doctors bills for the child the solemn animal dead-beat from killing the spirit to serve '
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    has made his bed so let him lie In It. But did he? And even of a Soldier on Joining every funeral pro the body I can be thankful 284-9681
    if he did Is "letting him lie .In It" the best solution for Jack had something skin to genius with respect to tin cession that pasted, and his that we are being compelled to .
    ? cans. He could locate: one ten feet under. If a Civil War very gait was funeral rectify our scale of values and
    Joe or society
    cannon were protruding from the earth Jack stepped over Even If some of us do not discoveringthat there is no
    Under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, a new It and walked a straight line to the nearest rusty beer csn. have much to live on, we have safety In sheltered world Isolation J. Q. Fuel Service
    course is being charted . an entirely new concept of In his explorations, his face took on a matkllke appearanceand much to live for. The real valueof and that Insulation
    lifting Joe up to normal self-respecct and dignity . of he talked excitedly about finding a 1300,000 cache and life remain; the universe Is against the ills of the world Sll N. Orange Ave. Green Ceve Springsfor
    making him desirous of getting a Job, and capable of hold splitting It with me. orderly and dependable; elec. means losing our national soul. your
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    Ing It after he gets It. I suspect Jack has been hunting treasure, some pot of trons, protons and ether waves Let me be thankful that I am P1rI: ly,, _. AFUEL
    gold all his life. He found dust In his marriage dust in go on working In their accustomed one of a people that finds Its OIL
    Not Just one agency, but many, will be coordinated to his business career, dust in his ability to live with his fellow beautiful way. Neigh hopes brightest when its prospect -

    help him . all under the roof of one overall antipoverty man. And dust, at last, In his search for burled told. He had bora still greet us In the same are darkest . that 1 HOME pELIVERV

    plan, as little to live for aa any man I ever knew. I suspect: he cordial way, and loved one draws new strength st Valley

    A social worker, or perhaps an Interested cltlten, will knew It and I suspect he Is happy to face an end to 1 II continue to lavish their affection Forge new resolves from the .. Quick Service
    begin talking with Joe not condescendingly but In upon us in the same ex- dead at Gettysburg, new cour-

    a way that will reach him, behind whatever protective SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RD-119R) corrosion Inhibitor .
    mechanism he hat erected to conceal his pattern of de. Around and About helps you cut down besting bills because It fights

    rat, IVHe bjr HUGH SMITH BUD'S'' GATE STATIONKEROSENE dollar.rust and corrosion, gives you more heat cleaner heat per

    will be enrolled after careful screening In a
    Job Corps Training Center where for the first time In his What I am doing In a hall critic turns around and Informsme BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner servicemen

    life he will see that he can be trained to hold down a of art looking at pictures of all these paintings are Homo Delivery or are skilled prompt, dependable

    worthwhile Job. He, will wear a clean shirt, be fed good one kind and another require. from every part of Florida and U-liaul It Service Available We Give

    food and for the first time In his life, perhaps, be given a some explaining as I know no one place could possibly Phone 284-1)250) : ( JESS;
    pair of right-Used shoes. nothing about art whatsoever.In have all the beauty and wildness Orange Ave and Ceve St. GREEN COVE QUIGLEY
    fact X had rather talk depicted on the canvaswe
    Someone! will continue talking and advising him, letting about the city of Oreen Cove are looking at and still be i JIM STODDARD
    him know that he Is expected to work and study during Springs with Ben' Zellner and practically uninhabited and
    ,regular hours. rather than shrugging his shouldersand Ed Taylor than to have a Rembrandt that I am probably one of the LITRE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS

    "goofing off." At the end of his training period Joe hanging over the fireplace biggest, liars In the state of --
    will be released to hold down a responsible Job and become furthermore moat art.late Florida to boot. What's more,
    a useful member of society rather than a liability look like, they start paintIng he takes my name and address

    Idealistic Without a doubt. But thank God then something and plumb for. sod Informs me that he Is coming

    are still a few Idealists left In the world. get what they are doing or to the town of Oreen Cove .
    come back from thiN: and try Springs to see for himself Just
    Those who have advanced this new concept for deal- to finish what they are doing what kind of two-bit burg it
    inc with the school drop-out problem freely admit that and X do not know one guy Is and who pays Its hayseed
    for every case that turns out as rosily as Joe's several that can come back from Ech: cuisine to play fast and loose .
    might break down In utter fallun. But at least the plan lee and finish anything he with comparative truths.It .
    - that of welding public and private agencies into a concerted starts unless he started out to Is maybe a month later Be ADoItYourself

    west on the cause and symptoms of poverty get plastered and I am at !:chi.'. hunting

    has I begun.As Well as I am saying, here ledge and Country Club, the
    X am at this place called a gallery reason It is called a hunting
    one philosopher has said "One man's hunger and
    and some dude Is standing lodge ls because wives are always
    want Is another man's hunger and want. On man's freedom
    next to me making cluckIng looking for lost husband '
    from hunger end want is neither a true nor secure
    sounds about something he there and they can usually be
    "
    freedom until all men are free from hunger and want.
    eee off to his port about IS degrees found lodged between two other y r ..
    Surely the wealthiest nation In history our great so I sidle over to take lost huabanda discussing politics ." ," .
    United flutes of America can well plan and execute a look-see at what Is ticklingthis the election and I do not
    programs that will bring a reasonable share of this ....or. old gaffer's appreciation know what all In that order '
    mote wealth to every American equipped to earn 'it.; department and what do I The reason It Is called a country : IOlDous Santa
    are but t red bird sitting on a club Is be uae It ls about .
    In the words of great American and a great Idealist .
    a
    .
    all lonesome 1965
    tree branch by his as far In the country as you
    who died Just a year ago at the hands ol the assassin: all and'
    and that's can get still find a phone
    "lAtII beglnl"r! 'i This dude says to me this Is and you can get clubbed by (emusSUM
    f art at Its beet and Is paintedby almost anybody In the Joint by
    one of the most sensitive simply shooting off your big one Start
    Let's We Bhtndtng brush men of our age. Well, bsoo or accusing Cchle: of watering :r Filling
    nothing will da but for me to down the merchandise
    A"1re'
    tell this art critic that this Is Well who do I see big the
    The Creaceal strongly favor' establishment of a Job what. 11M.."" morning of art critie dude who calls me a
    Corp Training Center within the lUU-ewned Blandlng my life just outside my bed big. fibber In the art gallery

    reservation, room window In the city of and he Is making Echie a proposition Your Pack Now!
    Green Cove Springs which Is to Mil all his paintings
    A* the editorial fl'Ol1he Bradford County Telegraph
    the town I live In. u he does not have to look st
    reprinted en this page Indicate, such a Center I'tPI'Wfttathe
    We move on down the line painting anymore because he
    beet Ideals and purpose of a mocraU society, 11/1
    of pictures U starboard and finds a place called Orevn Cove
    December IM. Further.' It would materially benefit
    an the pictures are florid Springs that bas aU the things
    the CtayBr4for4 County area, la payrolls In new,people
    arenee of one kind and another naturally he has bm lookingat
    and new Idea
    and this gent clucks and on canvas.
    Most of the tivto' and religious groups In Bradford nods his approval through *In fart. be ,aye. This .
    County have strongly endorsed the plan to put such a 'maybe SO'or N paintings and morning I buy a rod and reel By socking away just a small amount weekly in our convenient

    center on 100 acres of the vast and locally virtually worth. each time he passes Judge trot a very nice man idled (Christina Club, you'll 11.I.* able to U> a mot generous Santa next season -

    lee Blandlng property. We hope that orgaalauons In menu on one or another. X wit alter Williams and be ton . with no after-thfHolitlay! "Biulgrt Indigestion"
    day County, all ever Clay County, will ttudy the fact looks like the bend of the ne the lea beds Just out
    a* presented In the full page advertisement on page all and river just above the railroad from John Hall's dock are t lit A Smart .Van/a in 'to J04ft Our Mritlmtu CM Today
    then go es record as to their fe Ungi ea the matter, on Biaak Creek or It looks just good place to nail
    like the point In front of Jim Well the upshot Is that this i
    Another meeting will be held in I
    tonight Starke withrepreeenUtive
    Carey's house or that guy must slude buy everybody InN
    from day County on hand Just what etaUneaUonl 'live next to John HaU because ROOM a aaapirtlla toNe and A .FUUrSKU\1C: RANK IK$:1S MOHK FOR TOUBANK
    James Norton ha to repratmt the Board ofCounty that's HI* dock and the gras take hi* Wave because he has I
    Commissioner lath*** Important
    iwtoUaUona are beds off to.the fen there la an appointment with air John
    unknown. His nooN at the poll, for
    a rtIaU"111MlCl\ln.
    where I ra.gnt a arm pound sX Bradky about a place to
    cant Job, would not t Indicate he hu the ronftdeiwe of hOlt baas last spring. live la the City of Owen CQVSprings. 0

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    I Green Cove SocialsCommander Burlington Mill Kl' stone FutureHoincmakcrs Ki1'IY f 1 1I Clay Installment Debt



    and Mra Prank non Attending were Mr. and Meet $600. Per Family

    P. Cowart had u their recent I I Mrs. George White, of Jack. I T. Future Homemakers of I t');-

    guests the Rev. and Mn : onvtlle, Mr. and Mn Frank y Ante , Iub of the KeystoneHi -----.I.- r.: '1 A* In most parts of the -

    Wayne Martin and their Fisher of Trenton and Sidney ? I h High School ,hone I I
    eon ; I To Male Or Not To Male I country, the residents of day ing that the fln.nclalretlOurce.
    Wayne Jr The Martins served Corturlegrat, Mra Corturlegratand r v Riunbi lumprlse home econ -
    I I County have taken
    f A female tat cnn prodiu on more of the American people Including
    M missionaries In Bangkock. I I Miss Corturlegrat of England user a idrnts. will be host a' I unarm of kittens in hop lift.time. Installment debt than they ewh saving, stocks, bond
    Thailand here they met the a ',"('h'pl1.t i 12:IS o'clock on I'nlfM' von want the kittin ever carried before
    Co*art* in 1982 F '1ant.. 4P I' tourndf, or are able to findhomea 1 1I and Other property, far exceed
    I :::: for; them, it !is wine l to con I This Is part and parcel of I their debt
    Mra J. J. Brock has returned '"sicunt of the FHA Miss
    I I alter having her quywl. Thin to i ian tl*' lunge In buying, habit Even Including the mortgage
    Mr and Mrs. W A Wilson from a six,week trip visiting < II ill Baker will speak, a* abdominal opt'ration whlihniiwl I
    had as their guest on Sunday i relative Her first stop .was will Mitts Carol Stephenson vett'mmrians fool I i i. beatperfornwd that has been in evident inAnurica on their homes, they have more
    when mice\ World War II financial asset for
    the rat I li about than $4 In
    afternoon recently Dr. Daniel with her daughter Mrs Victor Seats Roebuck and Co. sponHO. I
    I I four or five months oil, that. in, It IMS gradually switched the tl of debt
    A. Poling of New York City, Moore in Hamilton. .Ohio >iuent In the FHA I before the lest\ seasonal l period nation from a cash to a credit i every
    and Carroll Wright, managing She then visited her sister, program m order to portray On the other ban I, If >'ou would I
    d-rector of Memorial Home Mn May R..her.n Dayton, The Home Economic Story." 'I I like your cat to "have" a litter 01't".o economy !
    she can be safely i spayed l at Purchasers of dtuhwashem -
    ran Murrcc
    I |
    Completes
    Community. Dr Poling, president ;, Ohio whom ahe had not seen : InMteii guests are key bust a later Mire refrlgeraton. furniture mid
    of the Christian Herald \ for twenty year Then she seta and civic leader of the Splnc will nit only eliminate .
    Is a lone time friend of Mr.Wllson' visited another sister Mn. Eugene community Included are rep- the problem. ) \ unwanted other durable goods on the Installment Training Course
    ; 11WI j kittens, It will spa make plan have more than
    .. -. I your
    Adams and family In i !pa Mr cescntattvee of the various civic far
    rI cat more afTwtlonatfl andeasier doubled In the pat ten yearnalone. .
    I Vandalla, Ohio. The last stop clubs the Womana Club the to live with, An unnpayedfemale Jennings Munches Jr. aher.
    Mr and Mn Jack 8am i.. was Chicago where she was I I PTA and County Board of EdUiatlon desires to mate whrn. she iff-elect, ha completed the
    A of the beginning of I
    this
    Into "
    heat and brconies
    comes
    eve
    had their her and < and
    a* guests on Sun the guest of daughter I I I longest
    trrmely" fratloM sad I nervous at year. Installment debt In the
    day, Nov 22, Mrs Orble Luke son-in-law Mr. and Mn J The luncheon till be served that lime il'lI log moat com
    Mn Chuck Vemosky Chuck I Edwin Larson and family before at tU 13 at the high school : thin proMrm\ |IM>. .lInlln.t"I'I United States amounted to prehen* t v*
    I $53.7 billion, according to the II
    Vernosky, Jr., Cindy Vernoaky,I taking her tint jet plane 4 Th Given Cove Spring Tarn ('ompa..ne.f BurlingUn "a fetch*. Even: If your mt I course offered -
    will And It findings of the
    prtiUlly Di'partntent of
    of Orlando and Mr; and Mra trip home. Industrie tw* stretch yarn mill*. I* located In thl.bandlOm.'bric' you able to have him altered NeuterInir ,1..lr'I. I( Commerce and other agencies to date at

    Orble Luke Jr., and family of ttracture a the 81. John River Th mill a mule cat I II a maple operation .i' r the Florida
    nro DOFS It equivalent to ttfOS .
    ItAV'ErltEN111ENTS was
    Jacksonville. Mr and Mn George Turner employ more than 200 persona with an annual payroll .fawn which. your veterinarian ran per k Law E n-
    ...., WITATIOV perfoim any tim aftr your M family
    spent the week-end In MiamI. than .0. Daniel Shaw superintendent ef the forcement
    la three. months. old. but. theyprefer In some sections of the
    Mra L C. Fisher and Mr. ail, aay th market for atretch yarn I* ever-broadening Mrs Virginia I Do craox. to wait until he 1111 or I I Academywhich
    and Mr. and Mrs L. C. Fisher, Mra Irene Wainwright had president of the northeast dig months olil .A. In the fane' of the country It was higher than In, I 1 U In
    trlit of the BPO. DoN, and female, th. operation will, \ cause others It was found to be cape
    "
    Jr. attended a Planer family her daughter and son-ln law. I giving there was a family re lisle family. There were thirty I II Its first year
    ta
    her to gentler |ilraiantr to daily low In farm areas
    re-union on November 22nd Mr and Mr*. Euel Walker and union with some flip relatives nine member of the family Mrs Betty Via of Sanford have around, an.I more trartableTh of operation.The .
    I The amount of Installment
    in Jacksonville at the home their children Clint, Janice. attending from this area. present Drove No 160 were the guests unaltered I l mature torn, bas a i I three-
    of Mr and Mn Fred Trap- Cheater and Kenneth of Cleveland Mra. Stacy Geiger had asher of the Oreen Cove Springs string urge to ""'In ant. tight, debt In Clay County. on the week genera
    and often' the wall baal of the national study.
    spriM or
    -- Drove No. 13$. on Tuesdayevening ,
    Ala, a* guest over the Mr and Mn Wllaon Col. guest on Thanksgivingher furniture pnnlunnir'" a vile odor\ Murrhee a I training
    CHI ROM NOTICE I 11 estimated at 1520 per family
    holiday weekend. On ThanksHelm man their daughters Darlene I sister, Mn haul DeShonit NOT. IT As the cypress at the Purina course, with 11 alike county
    CHRISTIAN SCIENCE and Gall of Sanford ,were and Mra A. D McVeigh of A dinner was given In their Pet Care Center !know. It Is not !I This I ta the overall average and ,municipal official enrolled
    SOCIETY honor at the QuUSlfiana at true that "Url'l"ut.\ l. Isriaae fat Borne families have none at all .
    the weekend guest of Mr. Jacksonville I II the final ono scheduled
    Cor. E. Hooiten 81 *. 1.30 clock. I and senile. A eat l Irvvan.s" fat 10 that among thoae that do,
    and Mn E. C. Rawla and Attending the from nverratinr or lark of .i.... for this year Other courses
    N. Magnolia Are. I family Mr and Mra. Ralph Herron dinner wen: Mrs. Ethel 8n,. 1'1... Rather than hemming aei i the a v o f 11 Is somewhat will be offered next year
    GREEN COVE SPRINGS der nil., the altered. eat develop higher
    and family of Titus vllle, were president; Mrs DorothyMllberger amore Murrhee. In day and night
    FLORIDA plenaiHg personality and The grind tetal of installment
    USE Mr. sad Mra Warwick Kenney reccent guest of Mi mother Mrs Vtlma Luaaon a better cnitipanhm elaaars, studied method of Investigating
    Subject 1 Mrs Barbara Ocher, MnFreda 1'1 I debt In Clay County, a*
    all crimes
    major
    and their daughter Karen Mn Beulah LuIItNnEI'8 ,
    December (. 1164 w. cj Zis;I;t':''; spent the holiday weekkkendin ** Chancey Mra Mary of last year, I II placed at 13- and of the presentation of ..I-

    GOD THE ONLY CAUSE I Savannah a* the guest of : SUCCESSOR ON Jane Pupkln Mra, Mamie BRYANT NAMIS: MR! PLATT 051.000 ,1.1In court
    AND CREATOR Priest, Mn Ethel Eddy, Mra To meet the regular repay .
    their daughter and son-in-law, COMMISSION NAMED I I
    Etta Hendrlrkt, Mrs Mandy Mra Edward E. Platt Of ment on this sum take over
    Mr and Mra. Ernie: Shumate Governor Farris Bryant ha
    named Walter O. Odum to the I Roger, of Orange Park; Mra Oreen Cove has been namedby 13 percent of the net, dlapo< SHOP j

    Nancy Kelly, daughter of Board of County Commlulon- Clerics Tomes, Mrs Wanda Oovrit Parrt Bryant to able Income locally, or approximately at

    \ Mr. and Mra Waller Kelley, en to serve the unexplred term Novae, Mn Damn t.lcCorml'k.1 the County Library Hoard I ISO per month per

    spent the Thanksgiving holiday of Louis L. Huntley who hasbeen Th. regular meeting was held I Mra PUtt, a daughter. of family HOME
    with her ,grandmother elected to the State Legislature at the Elks Lodge at I o'clock' Have the American people
    HoaUaaea for the social hour Oeorg* P Davis, aureeed Mn ,one too heavily Into drblt
    Funeral Home Mra J. D. Sroggln, of Oreen- \ I
    I vllle, B C. The New commissioner whole which followed were: Mra Hervey Robinson who resigned There Is much discussion about
    Dawn MrConnlrk, Mra v.lm.1 It at the present time In bankIng .
    I said to have) been one of The board I Ia headed by

    CHARLES: HELM: 1 Mr. and Mra Jack Dvbann more thn two doses (oandl Luaaon Mrs Oinny Carawell Davis Drown of Orange Park, and credit circle The conaenau RADIATOR
    .. and Mn Daisy Fisher I I.I that It has not reached .
    1' had u their rUNt for Thanksgiving I dates, u recommended<< for
    l Funeral Director -- -- - to high a level However
    Mr. Dubaon s mother.Mrs. the position bY the Governor'spatronage I' 1
    Martha Dubaon. of Me- In the I no one will venture to say how I CLEANING
    dispenser
    1 OP U() tlI.: '"* MNIIIONKIIOW ORANGE PARKWOMAVH
    /f 1 Phone 284 WSffiOREHN (' Rae Os. County DKIMttlk I (n.l' high It can safety go anal
    l the Com A* a National Industrial Con-
    II. rftl.nt,1 from I I
    The Orange Park Lions Ii.
    : con KPRlNGg FLORIDA Mr. and Mr*. Ororte Car- mlmlon more than two year dies will present their annual TU Orange Park Wunute.. fennel. lloarl official put It: REPAIRING I I

    HUT.$ EAST .. r .. P. O, BOX 441_ Hale were tout on Sunday ofa ago breauM "'of ,lit*, press of faahimi thaw tonight, (W,' Sat CI""In- lujo! Hair ,astqud "Bo lung ,as Ineunt* continual , .'
    reunion of buslne.** to rise. the high debt level' WORK:
    family Mrs Car. private .1 I clock at the clubhouse Christmas f"roerllll: ItoeemberI I Ot'ARANTtni

    4------- -.... -... -- ,_ Jean Jo.'er* Fashions wigspresent at I P4n at the clublwua. shouldn cause much trouble
    Mr. HamllloH Ikwlwar who The trouble start when we
    the ahow entitled "A I
    Fashion Pair for Holiday captivated. the audience last j hue a rocMsbn" 'Ml .111., ...I.mAIIII ,
    Flair" year with Iwr origliUal story I A further favorable not I I.

    Donations will be 1100 and I will b* the speaker. contained In a report show- repair I

    tickets may be purchased' fn : -- &;
    your rnikMnr'
    any Uonella or at the door slat Your I

    Attend There will be doorprtes and I DOW

    refreshment will be servedMM. ,
    Clay) County PropertyFrank )

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    JANE P, (1111 lift I J"itA

    Services for Mrs Jane P

    Child. who died Monday In W, Brown' BUICKPONTIAC-,

    CHURCH SERVICES Lake Port. HI", were held
    lit A. ...
    Lad AMocIa&ee 9rg) *
    at It 'clock. Saturday, Nov 1
    linen fv. Iprlno
    I1. In SI Johns Episcopal .......*. KM! ..... ..... -
    [Church Salisbury, ""'n. The Phase. 114.ion114HIS
    Ii4f 17... 11t...y If Osage fact
    Family twqUMted no no..r'.1 ,.... 'M-Ne1 -
    and that contribution b* sent

    to St. John Church -
    At
    Mra. Child, the widow .fO

    ... *g. II ChlM, hod recently

    be a resident Of Ukevtll.


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    I r M H C & Penney Farms Setters to tlj e 3Eiitur Norton Speaks For SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS

    (Continued from page One) HELP YOUR HOME TOWN GROW !
    Johnson Technical Training
    f Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 8ZM1SI
    To The Crescent: sir and coaching To make I School Ire -
    The November meeting of the nual Reception on the night of Both these choruses are under Reference Coach Montgom football Interesting to atudenta, For purpose of Incorporation
    Woman's Christian Temperance I the 23rd and left early the next the direction of Clarence er,'. recent comments on his I' certain leadership qualities a temporary three-mem- Don Pool'sSttFSEBVlCB
    Union was held on Nov morning They are favorably Carter Nice, Jr. The accompanist Clay High football team. Great must be shown and If some ber group wai let up with H.

    24, In the lecture room of the I Impressed with MHC and are was Mrs Amelia Smith Jumping Alligators, I've heard I husky, well-developed boy just H. Everett aa chairman and COW LAUNDRY
    Penney Memorial Church, with considering retiring here. They Sponsors of the choruses for everything now. t doesn't like to play football Ben. Johns and Z. W. Hamilton -
    the president, Mrs Helen I have gone south In Florida and Oulf Life are Mrs. Winifred I've heard coaches making I 11 don't thing he should be u Incorporator, Everett !b ftlml'tto BwUn Green Ctn

    Springer, presiding. The openIng will be back shortly. They are McKinley and Thomas R. Miller excuses for losing seasons for classed as "chicken" or his alao chairman of the Bradford Open tl Hours Every Day
    song "When the roll ia called I Lutherans. as long as ,I can rememberbut grades affected.I County Development Authority
    up yonder" with specul arrangement Mr. Nice and his singers were never have I heard It laidto I wonder what the Dad and A. J. Thomas Jr. was retainedfor FhDco-BeD41S Maebloesfeeble
    led by Mrs M. O. Mrs. Karen H. Klser was delighted extended a hearty invitation to money before. j Mom's Club will do for the the legal work In connection lasto IS* 11.JJ. Single Leads U.

    Bobbins, was followed with by a visit from Mr and comp again, next year, and they From some of the remarks other sports a* compared to with Incorporation PuffEy'E3TBODY Dry IN
    prayer by Mrs. Ann Sutton Mrs. Herbert Shaw and Mrs seemed to want to com, I've heard from students and football The permanent contracting WttCOMEt

    At the business session, reports Flossie Smith of Richmond Hill, parents I don't think the season i I I further believe Mr. Helms agency will be composed of a
    '
    were given; by Mrs Agnes N.Y., who were returning home The Thanksgiving Day service would have been any different -,' has been giving oxygen to the seven-man board, Including
    Forlaw and Mrs May Orr. after a vacation In Florida will be conducted at 9:30: even If he had a coach wrong people. After aU, Coach, three members from Clay
    Mrs. E R. Drown presentedMrs o'clock by the Rev Percy R per player plus twice hit present the players are the one ret County, three from Bradford,
    Karen Klser who openedthe The Thanksgiving: Day worship Batchelor, In the Penney Memorial budget I ting the back of their laps i and one at large The County THE NEW DIMENSION IN
    devotional period with service In the Penney Memorial Church. lIe will speakon I believe the three essentials plastered Commission in each county
    prayer Her theme "Wonder. Church as very good "Forgetting to give thanks." to a good team la material, de- George Weeks i will be asked to appoint the J' ed./ LIGHTWEIGHT PORTABLE TVI
    .
    ful Words of Life" was taken I service and attended by a good The Rev R. S. Chalmers will - - I members of this board. It is ? I

    from Col. 3:16: and her Inspirational congregation Rev. Batchelor'a be the preacher at the 11 0'. hoped that this can be done at

    talk closed with the I I sermon was most Interestingand clock service Sunday, Special Clay CountyServicemen CLAY HIGH PTA I meetings next week so perma-
    thought "the world is hungryfor appropriate because he had music at this service will be a nent officers and an administrator -
    freedom to know the words had a parish In Plymouth.I soprano solo by Miss Cheryl The Clay High School may be selected at the Admiral
    of life. Mrs. E. L. Ferris sang I Mass., and told much of Interest I Hutchlngs of Oreen Cove, PTA will have Its December meeting tonight.
    the solo, "I would be true" with about the Pilgrims From granddaughted of N. F. Catch- meeting at 8 o'clock; next Purpose of the training center
    Mrs O. E. Button accompany- the window In his study he pole. Monday night in the school will be to train young men 13" RORTABLE TV

    1st could see the hill where the cafeteria Hervey Robinson mostly high school drop-outs) 1

    Reports of the 81st Annual I original Pilgrims who died In The Rev, and Mrs T .8. Clea. president of the group, said In vocational and technical
    Convention, held In October at that first sever winter, were ver left Tuesday to take Mrs a the Clay High band would I skills. The training centers are
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    Daytona Beach, ere then given I I burled. And he spoke of the Janet Frost to Lakeland, to present a program of Christmas I being established under the
    by the three delegates who attended very small number of Pilgrims visit the Ernest Potters for music.RSUUGE. Economic!: Opportunity Act of

    all sessions Mrs. Drown I'I, left alive after that first winter, Thanksgiving The Cleaver I 1964, sometimes known as the ?
    spoke on the colony, 5 miles 48, If I remember correctly, will have lunch with Mrs Mc I "Anti-Poverty Bill."
    south of Ocala, where men have grown Into this great notion Queen The same day !the Cleavers more 7o. I

    have gone to escape the ;"drink of many millions went to Sarasota to visit Jr } \\ wwfw
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    habit"! and have become "new I I Mr. Cleaver's sister and husband GM Preview V

    creatures" and said, donations The regular ;meeting of the They left there yesterday Continued from page One) viewing 9 d
    are needed especially men's MHC Association will be held to have Thanksgiving dinner SALE Ute a suitcase with "a mindof
    shoes .and fod stuffs She also I I| Dec 7, 7.30: pm. There will be with friends at Port Charlotte Its own" as the lecturer explains 1

    spoke of the successful LTL a votA on the Revised Const!- : The Oreen Cove Springs how today's plans ships area 4 4Tat
    Day Camps for Negro childrenat I| tuton. Your> attendance Is .._ Junior Womans Club will hold and missiles are safely guided .-aDww"y i

    Bradenton and Manatee, urged On Nov. 19, the Penney a Rummage Sale on Saturday, along predetermined courses. MMmull ublwft"TVI / I 4
    and that they are hoping to Farms Stamp Club met at the I Dec. a, from 8 am. until noon Student will also see the

    hold a camp for. .'week next I The Rev, J.W, Crelghton home of Mill Deal with 13 on the VIA Patio. Exploding Wire Phenomenon The PLAYMATE 11 t

    summer will be the preacher at the members present. Pfc. Lloyd E. Chl.holm.IOn Using the principle of stored Model PD1304 Bank Financing I
    told Rugged, precilion.craft.d horizontal
    Mrs. of
    Springer "The
    I Penney Memorial Church worship After a brief business meetIng of Mr. and Mrs. RobertA energy, a 10-watt power supply chanis with 14.000 volta Arranged
    Morning Watch" and reported service, next Sunday at conducted by the president, Stork, of Orsncrdafe, Is furnishes over 30-mlllion of pictur power, Rigid steal Low Interest Rate
    from the address ty Mrs. Mr Little Clarified; Ads watts in an instant to demon wraparound construction I
    U o'clock.At Ackerman, the program serving with the 70lh Armored
    Frances Maloney, State President chairman, Mr. Oracey, Intro. Division at Munich, llnnq Hit llemiltt/ '0P8rr strate the electrical disintegration Front Retractable mounted carryln Alnico handle,spesk. r.

    The Friday afternoon and the Annual Reception for ducced Mrs. Coker who read avery Germany, Ills father retired Try t>ne ami of a fine wire This phe-

    evening sessions were reportedby new members Monday night, Interesting and Informative this year after serving SO net yule rftnltft nomenon may someday propel
    Mrs. Robbins, who described
    the following persons were Introduced paper on "The History ofFlorida year In the Navy space vehicles. NwAd.lr.lrt.et P.alsl.a. All a2 Ce.aa.lb.adPlctur.Tsb.t 1
    c:1::
    Mrs. Fred J, Toore, the Na- Other Previews demonstrations : Hert..atal UHFVHFWld.
    Bol- as Found on Stamp. .
    4 Miss Lulse E. ..anp.II0" CAnals R.agtbal'
    tlonal President as vivacious the Rev Wlnfred B Cole, Among the stmaps mentioned -- I Include examples of the atumintr.d tub. Horlaontal' d.algn Admiral' "Supsp.rmtawd.r.neI.
    lens : .
    and her address Inspiring The to oool r op. Span" Surest tunsorah.rp.runds
    Mrs. Ida Ferguson, Mr and : were the famous Dlack Jack FUN Ar THE FAIR\ wonders of modern chemistryand . tlon.aalsrairy. p1,5Admlr.l2tort .
    "ten year1 'plan was outlined of a capsule history of jet .d pictu,..' klnslUosurp.aa.d sp..d tr.nnstor,
    1813 honoring Andrew
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    Mrs. Irving W Foster, the Rev, d.psndabdlyl, laid UHF tun.r tor
    and members were urged to enroll propulsion\ traced from 200 B.C. .
    and Mrs. Herbert W. Ore, Rev. i Jackson for whom the City of Th* New York World'sPole pullingma.lmumpfurs.powarl
    I one new membe reach ,
    year and Mr. Roger 8 Ouptlll Mr, Jacksonville was named It enclling a ml.. r, e to futuristic gas turbine power
    and to contribute II00 1 I
    a year and Mrs. Elmer W Munsell, From the Famous Americans lure of tongue al the
    fot earn of the next ten years. I t o ; A ABC TV -INC.
    Miss Sarah Foy served as Miss Gladys L. Nichols, the Series of 1940, Stephen Poster, Tower of label Sam 70.tetrnt4saRNrapr.senled I ('ltt' tli_ Cla lti/i,'" .1 relc ,
    the' tint writer, to deal (
    Rev, and Mrs Herman L. song
    hostess and presented each with the Including 24 Ind.pesdenl w 1ceunlrles V fur finik; rrfiilt/' lYmi'llIf I Idlewlld Are. Green Cove !Sprint!
    Noyes, Miss Irene P. Nylon, Negro as a person, al
    member present" with literature In ih. Ahlcen ltur-i',1 l nit It retails
    Miss Anna T Pope, Mr and though there ls no certainty > Phone 281-6311
    The Pef'a d.mo"Psoce
    on "Be One In A Million.
    Mrs Lynn Sheldon, Mrs. Grace that Foster ever saw the Bu- d 4 / astanding"isvery
    The next meeting will be lhroeg't Ued.r ---- --- ---
    held In the church N. Skoog, Mrs,, Ethel 8 Stagg, wanes River, John James Au- apt, 2 slr'k
    sanctuary and Miss Dora B. Wood. dubon who painted the tropical '

    or Mrs.Doc Manhall. 15, with Merlam devotions and by a birds of Florida TIE! FUTURE: OF:

    Christmas Story by Mrs. C A, At Penney the Oulf Memorial Life programat Church In mark 194T the a stamp dedication was of Issuedto the iiH r'J:

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    Miller
    l If I night there was a special solo Everglades National Park And It you't among the 70 milli.n t"I

    \I. by Mrs Barbara Ojeda one of In 1911 ceme the stamp honoring American wno'KjBte> the '''f <''W'* 5V* congratulate Mrs R. P. thrtr leading soprano members Project Mercury launched t h 1 e d 1945, you'll b* h
    TlimpWn on reaching her DOth from Cape Canaveral Feb. able In
    and a musical novelty by on t tool virtually t tt tv
    birthday on Nov 21. She looks Mr Antonio Allied Mr. Linda 20 of that year, r every language food (/
    .Ix-wity and well aa usual: W.atherford was also a so- Mrs. Coker also mentioned /, + for Thai potentates, Hn-
    J : Iwellea satires, French l
    : 0 loUts. chances In the Florida State t
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    gourmet
    coy-
    I and Mrs. Howard of the Seal which had taken place
    The Rev : A feature programwas
    ( Rogers of Cheater! N. H. visitrd the appearance of the since 1845Th .
    MIIC over the weekend OfHov Oulf Uf Men'i Chorus, their December meeting will adbeing r Rl

    22 They attended! the An- first public appearance.FSP& N omitted The n*.t meetingwill
    be on Jan. :II at the homeof

    Mr. and Mn Oracejr, \
    i 1
    i Th Rev, and Mr. Perry R

    . :ir) I Batchelor had as visitors from ., f. 1
    iIIUIIIII' t Tlrld".eport. Conn., last Wedntaday -
    E' Mf and Mrs. Frank C

    ... ; IItIIl: E Hardy, former parishioners of $
    I \ A" J. I Mr. Datrhelor at one of hi* t A!,
    J tt mW Bridgeport churches. They __ -
    \ I II brought their daughter with I IS IN
    : For tale, cenveaiesl i way I w ha.. fat at '. YOUR HANDS 1
    ..1 I\,. '. titan !lie Fair, vie '"-v.le.t sheds Irom first ,
    :tlf .-he bonk el Ih'. )
    National City 10" only \
    .
    I '. t I i'. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fair You to..1. buy ."d ash Ihem...y..h..e. '1 \ I
    tr Denltt bane returned to MIIC Wheat _(*, lh e bent k light u *e spot Jwa rl I
    At 1 hit 'InCLKO Mr. Donitt U h't'O\'trtn from to effee yo <..pUle. baking ..l-k... r II
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    hi* heart attack experienced In --- -
    It : ) )DOMSOX'S) ) ( IIKAI'TY: HAI.OX() northern Minnesota follow I Follow Smokeys A-B-Cs

    i Qul.Hi.fo'IIIU1Iot1 .- (J f't'n (Vve\ Int doctor order, h* U wort- .111K it'r, II

    Phone 214.'''' For Appointment Ing hard at naklrm It *aay PARTRIDGEWELL .

    Always hold matches till cold

    Fn''r.u' CIRCLE 1.j 1.
    DRILLING
    I COTNEY IIA MEETING ,c. -t/ien break in two!

    y Th November meeting of ;.
    the Pounder Circle of the COMPANY Be '
    TIRE I Orrrn Cove Sprint Garden siNce tees sure you drown all fires , ;;

    Club was held at th home of 2" THRU 6*

    t rs SERVICE Mr*. Carl M PumbauM on out- cold.! '
    ,AIHSIAN WILLS H'
    Thursday November 19 Mr ROCK AND

    I M. B Afro pr4dd over th* /h.esg" Wtlf 3p.el.lla/ Crush ,
    Car. Park A Kim Jsc4eeRV11k meeting . all smokesdead in

    ,......, IV 9-W1 w EV I.mI Mr. P. P, Cowart arvl Mr ELECTRIC PUMPS i
    A. V, Thlbault tarn co hmtea. I an ash !
    I 41Ud/Q WATER SYSTEMS troy
    N. 1
    Mr*. W W, tvey p'wentt.d IC'OIfaIlt
    I.'IRISrMh. on Horticulture. MM F, H A. HUMS 4 '
    presented the subject In a novel 4I i
    I and InttmUiur way by ie tiruj ,4J I 'II : ,:
    the memory of the member
    .- IK mNMl to ia* LAIOUTI G
    on their knowM of horttcultur "CiI.
    J I. ":..
    Dj.(riliutor Miller TinAut, lil.." lUttrrtr gained through yer of
    Club work Ribbon cr **e* "ft >
    ns-CAPl'1f< :. RrTRCADlNQRtPAmtNO ... rrenie4 to th winner I f I ', \ .
    I. *. Thorn J. Knight and I "U LONG' DlSTANCIt
    .. Mr*, '"ran* (!wart. ..k-*... rw.MIMSII '
    .:....:. and ta --.--- _.
    Durtn the brief burin** I r- ease !
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    on.um.UK) ): I aloft luch toltowed. Mr*. C B. 1389-14381 Only you can prcrsn: ?:
    a Boa lea was accepted aa a .....
    i !f'lclo": IJ wasnic Of fUWMU s "rlOAt I f
    Wnclr! tee.The krU AnOCIAIIOIf1 forest fires
    Club else pla* a rvm
    1 u U,.S. Hlgbway If" rw*> >*<'tu mat .ale .. Dtramber u.ae 510 HYDE GROVE A VI. I
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    I r New A&P Area Distribution Center Opens TodayThe New Lake and We television tend to believe programs that the

    e A
    Image, created by Eddie, also
    reat Atlantic A: Pacific South Carolina,Southern Oeortrta until S o'clock Six of the newest t has Its place In the Industrialisation .
    - T>* Company mammoth new and Florida with their I type ACL freight can will :i -ip- plans for Oreen Cove
    food distribution center will be meat requirements and approximately be on display on track Inside ;: .qj..T: <, I IJ Springs Could it be possible
    '.veiled today with formal dedication 119 stores in these I the new facility on Sunday to 4-H Club that he, and other local'outh.
    ceremonies and a preview areas with their grocery needs. point up advances In the transportation .lJlf ,: \ : ,..tI... should have an opportunity to
    showing for Jacksonville1 "This multi-million dollar Investment of food products. I d meet with come of the representatives .
    business leaden and members is another indicationof I News' of- prospective indus
    of press, radio and television AA P's confidence in the continued I try':
    The new center occupies a growth and develop- E. S Gustafson I

    22:: -acre site just east of U 8 ment of this area," he added r
    Highway No. 1 at Hilton and I I And it will serve as a model Weds Girl 1'--- -I.I.I .
    Georgia yy
    45th Streets, of the Crescent I recent Greater. Jacksonville
    West being servedby for efficiency in the food dis.tributlon I Agrlcultural Hop
    the Atlantic Coast Line i field for years to containing many statements and Industrial Fair
    Miss Myrtice Ida Tanner,
    by prominent loaders,
    Railroad I Recently I
    come Eddie
    was iriiestspeaker
    daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert
    Oround was broken for the A unique luncheon for the I concerning the IdiMtrtallaUlonof I at the annual meetingof
    T. Tanner, of Nicholls. .
    f4,9 million facility Oc. Own Cove Springs was the Florid
    the croup will be served aboard Georgia, and Edwin Sherwood Council of FlorIda -
    - tober of last year. A. D. Bar. two Coast Line dining cars and moat hearteningWe Cooperatives, last week ,
    Oustafson. Jr. son of Mr and I
    raft, vice-president In charge two lounge can placed Inside Mrs Edwin Oustafson.. I wonder It there Is a place Eddie! spoke to the annual meetIng Ir
    of the Jacksonville unit of the the new meat warehouse at the united In were within the realm of public relations of the Florida Farm bureau I
    1 1I marriage on Friday,
    Great Atlantic A: Pacific Tea I center especially for the occasion. Nov 27, In Nicholls, Oa.. with i, citizens for some of our young Federation., Also on his Itener
    Company, said that the distribution . the Rev, Charlea to participate In this cry have been several apraklngengagementa
    W
    center will I Burgess, Lake Aibury, a new IM-aere lake located three mile.southeast I InduittrlnllMllon drive I We
    serve over Open house for the public I of Nicholls : before annual
    pastor Baptist
    I of Mlddlrbvrg, U. scheduled to .be flooded sometime think soTake SHOP
    160 stores in lower coastal will be held on Sunday from 1 Church officiating. county 4-H banquets I I'Ij
    this month The CoBntj's lirget man-made lake, it I I. Ed 'ard Taylor for an at
    The couple plan to reside In Coming up are many engagements '
    located In a tract of ItM acres owned by A.bury Uk, Inc. example
    Oreen Cove Springs and will be fed by springs and two utrram and .ill, In turn, During Ma first six months I ; the Annual meeting ofFlorida 'HOMEi
    Electric Cooperatives I
    Blue Waves Outclass DevilsThe I feed Black Creek only a r.f 1 way. Development of SH president of the Florid 4.JI II Club Day, Florida. State F.lrNOW'S
    COLLEGE STUDENTS HOME the lake was undertaken by the Rrv Thomas D Rjan, Jr.executive Club Council he has had ninny
    Blue Waves of P. K. The beginning of the second FOR HOLIDAYS I director .f Wesley :Manor, to provide a IIb acre opportunity to project the I "
    I Yonge scored in all four quarters half Is somethingthat Blue I Among the students home youth camp site for use of the Jarkwmvllle district at the Image of Green Cote Springs THE TIME
    and went on to defeat the Devil fans just don't like to I for the Thanksgiving holidays Methodist Church Building loU are ta .be sold. around the through hu many ainwamirea nil
    Blue Devils of Clay High 27-0 talk about On the opening i from various unversltiea and lake front. at various function
    P K Yonge drew blood with kick-off one of the Blue Waves i colleges were* Mike Maguire, --- Florida Power and Uaht! RALPH MILBERGERfor
    1'4' left In the first quarter as monster men grabbed the ball 1 I Furnam" University; Sandra Company las bout for the 4-H

    j Ronnie Hanson sprinted 20 i on his own 30 yard line and I Ii I Taylor, Florida Southern; Marsha 'f( Council's first meeting, where REPAIRHEATING
    yards on a rexerse The point raced 10 yards into pay dirt. Turner. Georgia Southern; Eddie had an opportunity to ''
    i h'I"U'illl'I'i :
    I hxi'Kirr: :
    after touchdown was good, and Hanson scored the extra point I Olen lodge, Hendcrsonvtlle\ meet with company official
    the score stood 7-0 in favor of I and the score stood 20-0. The I State College; Roger DeWitt, Eddie presented the animal 4. SLKMl'K: I :
    I the Blue Waves. I first threat of the game for the Lakeland Junior College: Annette II Club Retort to Governor
    I The Blue Devils stood \their i Blue Devils halted as the Devils I I Zellner, Jimmy Zellner, Bryant and the Slate Cabinet. SYSTEMS on all make of
    t own ground In the second i fumbled on the Blue Waves Robert Conke), Oary Clark, Eddie represented 4 II at the
    quarter j until a call from the four yard line, with first and Jackie Newell, Florida State I III\TKUH: :
    officials, making the Blue DevIls I goal to go University; and Bob Bradley, ALMOST miniTil
    give up the ball The Blue With only 3:51: left In the Nella Webb, Lenard Showalter, ,IN EARNING IT I N. Palmetto Street
    Waves marched to the Blue'ballirame Tommy Hanson raced University of Florida I Two Germ Cove youllia who Green (t'ov Springs
    Devils four yard line,and three 35 yards off tackle for the last quit work last month al Ouatafaons .
    plays later scored on a pass touchdown of the evening The Dairy are being livid Hum Ph.ne IK.17M

    play that a as knocked downy point after touchdown was TRY A SMALL AD 1 under 13.000 bond after pleadIng ItuilnrM Phone 114-1)11
    a Blue Devil; however, an good and the game ended 27-0 guilty to charges of breaking
    alert Blue Wave man was in Eddie Peeples, senior full and entering! -- -- -- - --
    he end lOne waiting for the back and linebacker for the FOR pigskin. The point after touch Blue Devils played an outstanding ( ' I Hull, Roger 1I0\'llt'\ 20 years
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    down failed and the score at game on offense and | old. and John Sharp, 19. broke
    half-time stood In favor of P. defense He also was voted the i BIG RESULTS A view of nUcfc. leek from the 11-foot dam which has Into a rear entrance to May
    K, Yon e. 13-0 outstanding player of the week I I been built U form the lake which will have a death. of ti huahs Drug Store lat Saturday SEE YOU ATEchie's
    feet. Th. preliminary engineering survey on Ih* properly night They art said to
    a.' I I wa don by James W". Norris! agricultural enilnrrr, and have taken tM' In rash, two
    91 91i Alta' Lattlnirr. Counlr toll roni..rval.it lent. radios, two wrist watches SO
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    - -- - -- cartons of cigarette and an ...

    the IX)',H ASII DONTfl MK aoitment of( other Items Moat I
    More on way IHitnie fur fima rIlKI"nl" MAIIINUO..n of the lot, wept for the moneyw .

    bueiyfes' ; .V"/I recovered by sheriff, drp.utla .
    In.Ifi, In iirrixirtMAKE flubs" / Con Springs Poat.nutter ,
    day Richard E JUJ'P pnlnta Following their arrest Sun.
    every: f'/// ('olt Il i pall" INORANGEDALE
    out a few 'itoi" and "donL"for Hay afternoon. the pair were" ..,,
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    ---- --- -- malllni .
    Christmas arraign! "before County ,.
    for waiting I IYour HOMtONG HAFFf I Pack parcels solidly for Thomas J, Him After JLlctll"l
    Thanks '''''''ANNE MHAKl's are leas chance of damage' Iran. guilty pie they were
    Ih. only ......tke fin ", ...h U over to Circuit. Court
    .. earn the .etrlutlv endonmrnl *. I 2 Us "local" and "out-of-
    of the RorMy of Makeup town" separation band to
    I
    vail for one of these new 1965 Chevrolets (t about orer-and ire want to Artl.t the aspects. and move mall faster. Hand are g| -
    I retmrU sl,l. artlrr fef'T.' \', available at Post offV" or Utter .
    thank for your patiente. Come see us new When get behind the wheel
    you you ,,,,,. aad Motion riclurr I carriers -- FREE)
    you'll be glad you united _ _? I WIANNr 'MIIIARn, long 1 Mall package by D*, I''' USE _. \WAr\ ,.. ','tic llrit />"/./, Mrrt. --
    ..,:1'17' .6 I I the darling of faahlenabl I for oul-ohtown. Mark on It 1 CtlhJ ;:'',:
    .."' .... wllk. an ..art'_ .f I I J-lto Not Open Until Christ, '
    Ib hi and Ik ar1 stria
    ( a* army mu.:
    happy abort Ik* awe es I 4, Il\IIl.Ir..1I packages Just - -- -- --- -----
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    china wardrobe of "()()ItAIUJ to be on the sale slde
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    loft MEN. I, D. sure you have the for
    M a II .._lit niceaa.ly reel addrroara, and that th ad t
    IIArrr. CtirMmaa morning dress U legible.
    WIAVNE UfMWARI bas I, AJdrrM packages on ..nly.s.
    t r L dywCsv seer IM rtrlllng glfU I. .*. . old Also have .cId.....
    heel from. on Inside of package: In the
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    It's: longer' 1I.it'f'rIo.'f'r.I,' It's swankier,.more' .pGt'oua. You could Frirrft.N and .p GIMaM event wrapper Is damaged
    65 Chevrolet mistake it for an expensive car-if it wnvn'l for the price, Wrapped Readr, T, UBE THE ZIP CODE 040
    Maw year ee4 r NOWII/ NUMnrrui
    /New fartotaaas lUm art gong It la "'. a ,.... Milton pie of mall coil lit
    KATIIIXtN BUra drllvmd during the month ofnmbW
    P. O. .... tM by th pasta) srv>
    ,. 1. curt cotr nrf1VOtPh. .tot A* Mr fUpp sari "'Tha ,'a ..

    ... 11'.1113 quite. a bit .of. ", .01" -.. Coin
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    a button and pope a whole week's food supply skills Into members of our working force,
    : THE PROBLEMBradford
    Into your market basket fully cooked. young and old. On the other, we hear
    cries of alarm from men of good will who
    and Clay County citizen are not Whether or not that's a completely accur fear that our educational system will be
    of the proposed Vocational ate look into the future, the tact remains concentrated I
    fully aware thrown out of whack by a
    j Training Center and to It becomes our responsibility that automation Is no longer just a shadow program of vocational and technical training R 1 9y
    to state problem in on the horizon, It's a significant! force in I
    it many at the expense of the humanities, for
    I ways the moat urgent of all that faces us our economy and we'd better start getting our non-college going youth We also hear
    II' used to the Idea. It represents progress, the I
    cries of opponents to the proposed Job
    I The problem may be stated limply at the it's here to stay, Potentially, It can be the Corps Vocational Training Center who fear
    crisis In American education a crisis arising best thing that ever happened to us. Butit
    1'1 an "tnbalance In our society will result In
    I here and now from the interaction of does mean change, and man Is a can
    locating a Training Center In this area.
    .1 three treat historical forces: our technological tankerous creature who habitually resists

    revolution, our population upsurge, and change even If he knows It s good for him. So, one of the problems ahead-and certainly
    the Civil Rights movement that hOI set 29 We are also kidding ourselves If we cling not the least of our problems-will

    million of our countrymen on the marchto to the notion that this change is only going be to make sure that respect for the dignity ,sea.e .
    earn a better share In our national abun to affect the Blue Collar worker of the Individual and society I is neither r ,
    dance, Stated more simply, we are in a lost in the rush for technical knowledge L .. :Kl .
    between the of No job at any level Is Immune to change,
    race modernization our economic nor permitted to stand unduly In the way
    machinery and' the modernization of There Is a machine right now that can assemble of progress For progress Is Imperative.In y LAKff :' t+ ,
    our manpower. And quite frankly, right management data and come up with 'r,
    now, manpower is losing the race. executive decisions, There Is another that summing up the problem ,here'. what
    writes Beatnik poetry. A typewriter that we're facing The demand for skilled man
    At a time when over tour million persons you speak Into that writes letters and we power at every level In management pro 71 :
    are Jobless, and pockets of poverty, exist, given to understand that
    are soon, a ma duction, distribution and service Is Increasing -
    the newspapers are thick with advertise chine will be on the market which will faster than the supply.
    ments for men who can hook up an electronic make politicians' speeches Lgij
    circuit, repair machine tools or automobiles By 1970. In just five years, 85 million : r ru

    handle modern ea -movlnJ ma Luckily, most people can and will\ adjust Americans will be either at work or look-
    chines, or even qualify for training hundreds to the changes that are In store. But what Ing for jobs. If they enter the Job market '
    of new Industrial skills, It Is a bold about the million boys who will drop out without the kinds of skills that are needed, } '
    fact that more jobs ate looking for people of high school this year and hit the labor or without the ability to'acquire those tb'e2e'r.
    than there are people looking for jobs, It market with little or no Job skills And skills, then they are going to be in deep
    is no extggtratlon to. say that there wouldbe remember that these are more fortunate trouble, and our prospects for continued r d La ?
    virtually no unemployment today It those than the many others who never even economic growth and prosperity will be un. AMP I
    four million jobless) had the skill to match reached high school. certain at best. ", Bt.ANOiNG
    the needs of business and Industry, t , I
    All of us are going to get hurt by such We're going to need unlvenlty-trslned t+e ,1Y r?' y'ti I I II
    The unfortunate fact Is that, for the most dropout, because we're deprived of human scientists and engineers, lots of them; but

    part, the unemployed do not have those resources, of human skills that our society for every one of them, well need many t, u6I aT .' o 1 x1yAOPbsgp
    matching skills, particularly our young needs to realize the full promise of our more technician and craftsmen to put
    men who are entering the labor force today technological revolution. It you think their Ideas, their inventions Into practice,

    the high school and rammer school we're not hurt, then you haven been lookIng The men who build test adjust, and repair
    dropouts and the Illiterates, at what Is happening In the steel, the automated machines and computers of

    The last Urns the government made a count, Chemicals, textiles and electronics industries to our economy as the professionals who I Ii
    back In 1880 we had 4,5 million unskilled where It has become obvious that we tomorrow are going to be every bit as vital i
    Blue Collar workers out of a population of are falling down badly on the job of mod create them And we'd better make certain lilt I Ir

    ISO million Dy the year 2000 our population ernising our labor force, Our economy they art available I
    will be up to 250: million, but the ex just Isnt moving forward as It ..ho&ld.W.'r. \ .
    What are we going to do about\ It? This
    driving with foot down
    perls figure that there still will be only 4 6 one pressed
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    Blue Collar jobs available-an* just Imagine hard on the acoelerator, and the other ,Jammed Is one crisis ws can t buy our way out of, : I
    whit the competition will be then'tor on the brake, And In addition, wgfepaying nor can we make It go away by wrlting'another i
    for our errors through welfare programs law although we are firmly convincedthat
    those jobs at the bottom level! !
    that require millions of tax dollars, the Economic Opportunity Act of 1B64a II
    Many Jobs will be eliminated such as the Certainly our educators, our business an:! passed by the House and Senate and Introduced 1'1'
    "' OClallat"' of a few years ego who madea Industrial leaders are aware of the crisis by the Committee on Educationand 1 I Ii
    career of building little wooden structures although there appears to be confusion of Labor, does contain some bold forward i
    II adorned with crescent-shaped ventilators, voll.... steps which may supply at least partial Ii I
    The marsh of progress finally retired him. solution to the problem. We've got to start Iil
    In the year 2000 the ditch digger will have On the one hand, we hear a clamor for 1m- right where most of the good things that l
    been replaced by the power shovel; the medliAe expansion of all of our efforts to have been accomplished In this country ," 1
    night watchman of the nest century will attract new Industry to cur area to create .rted-wlth the local! community, In our : :
    be a robot guaranteed not to fall asleep on new job opportunity while at the same town and country, with the people who are
    the job, and your grocery clerk very posslbJy Unit reuniting the need to create training, close to the problems and are most directly i ii
    will be a console operator who presses facilities to pump useful, moneymakingThe affected by them. i
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    ? WHT IIA>'E Tilt: SCrtOOC HERE? I I i
    FROM
    DO THEY COME
    will need skilled \\
    this school
    Br.dtord-cta County sees has an opportunity tresses In we
    THE SOLUTION (nearly within our (grasp to effectively vocational teachers, not necessarily college Most enrollees will Initially come from an The economic of the program are great !
    J operate a Vocdlond Technical/ graduate hilt people who have the background area within 2M> miles of this center and er than any business Industry yet In .oar ,
    School thai can help society to better pre- the practical know-how to train will be recruited Into the programs by the area In addition, wt must remember thatIt i I
    I .:."T'r' young men of 14 to II yean of age young men and help them find their places Job Corps with the aid of many public and Is "our responsibility to be our brother
    tee productive jobs that ttlst today and In the working world. private agencies and persona working with keeper As responsible citizens we should J I

    4. for new opportunities that will open before Her too we would like to emphasise the disadvantaged youngsters face problem squarely and meet those problems I''
    them as our technological revolution p.o- with whatever means at our disposal.
    : practical qualities we will need In our vocational ? I I'
    I' CRIMINALS '
    I Instructors. A physics professor la ARC Til IT Hers Is aa opportunity to do something

    I a mighty valuable man In our educational The enrollees will have been screened to meaningful helping thaw who need help I ::1
    I structure, but wt esn't fathom him teaching eliminate those who are mentally retardedor themselves while at the same three, we I
    that wt wantto have physical or personality defects benefit ourselves economically Many addi- I
    a das In bricklaying It lant who
    __ pee fewer physicist In eur classrooms, but such: as serious criminal behavior, drug Bone) Jobs and many dollar will be poured '
    Into this area through such a program We I
    tta
    I we would like to see more crsfUmen In our addiction alcohellsm.: homosexuality, or
    vocation and technical classrooms and behavior requiring psychiatric treatmentwhich ) therefore, are hopeful that all enisens" In .Ii;:
    shops would disrupt the program However, this area will agree to help and support !
    there will be no deliberate skimming of the this program. 'II i<
    What wT after, what wt muat hive, Is 'I
    people with skills to match the requirements cream off the top. We also hop these of you who have signed 1:1a :

    of an expanding economy. W* must WIUT AROIT FREE TIME'?!' petition opposing this school win reconsider 'j'II'
    ; and be removed \
    and the Illiterate withIN uk that your name
    I" equip baste the educational dropout tools be will nerd' to Some time each day win be missed: the from such: petition particularly If you were ,I
    enroll*** to be alone or to meet with uninformed about the facts.
    \\ b achieve and hold a useful place In the ;
    } f r frirnds nether etiroUee Wave the renter
    t to
    economy and this aoclety, If we here In the evening or on week-end whether Thoa who have already endorsed the program
    start all over again with the three Rs there II a fence around the seater, when are: The Bradford County Development
    loll do It. We have neither time nor
    ,then rub Authority The 8Urke-Bas ford
    an enroll* can go home what govern
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    human rtaourte* to ...te. The proposedJob Chamber of Commerce BUrke I
    County ,
    conduct at the center and eft the center
    Wn : Corps Vocational Training Center does will be determined by U*.local center director Ministerial Alliance. Burke amID Club. I'
    ir( provide some answer, with the advice of na. Board of R* **U Starts Rotary dub Btarke Lions dab, .

    ARE STlDCNTa DRAFTED? Bradford Cine Round-Table, Bradford
    + 1 WHO RUNS Till SCHOOL Board of County Commissioner. Start
    n a' i FIYti4 'FcyA; et1 The Job ?Corp will _"tr. VOtXTfTART,
    City Couacfl. Bradford Children Commit
    Section (14 ef the EconomicOpportunity
    ly NMp 1, a, RESIDENTIAL: experience to those TWE-young A cording to Act e| im It Is Iceland thai tee. Stark Jaycees, Junior and Senior
    THROUGH
    persons age SirrKZM Womaaa dub The Business and rr.>>t..-
    4 notion In\ this A a need change In
    s P and a
    F j eSeee1s TY-OME who want alonal Woman Club and many others la-
    A&ntiusuauoa of EJucaUoa or of
    and ajeocUUona. Enrollment teal ol
    surroutvilngs, rtgtnven. .
    tndivtduale
    e la T 1tJ'Isig11r6c; C will be limited escept In .....- curriculum Thai tWerty plates the reaponal- eluding many
    ow
    Fw ? Uonal cUTunutan. to those who have not bitty ., control wtthta the hands ef the The Bradford County Drvtlopnenl Authority

    I Iilit tomplrted' hUh school and for whoa theregular contracting a.enry which win be eompoardef has fatrty and howntly ....... the .
    academic vocational and tralnlM eitums ef Bradford-day aa4 ether near facts and solicits your support la this effortto

    program have proven to be Inadequate and by count**. Improve. educaliettU and economy ewwctuntty -
    Impracticable for the Bradfotd-AN art*. U yet
    have any further ejunctaM ,..... tome
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    "RAT ABOIT INTEGRATION the BUfke-BraJford County dtasnbrr ofOotwnerre

    Many ef the Job Corp mroOrea. BUT er the Bradford County DrvekpMT4 -

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    I or MITTHR \KTTui. \MHAL\U I a mInor .4 FLORIDA
    AIR CONDITIONING BEVLUAGES: VIAZ.; CSTATEflWN : STAIR: OF rW1tlflA-te. NOTM K Ole
    William Boy .aibaIII AIM PTIU> IHO'"KKDINO1IN
    Nortb, ..a..klaflMt. JMrtChirac THt S.VMK, : tiK' THE HTAT EATSONLYTHt
    MILBERGER *, lllln.l ill- 'IAI/UOA FRISNWATIRPOMACIA5MVL
    PAUL'SAU REALTY YOU ARK! Hk-RKBT NOT TO. CAM OUUUAL.VOM '
    FIE1): that a lull aaa bean rued "> LnI4viIl..leausat
    against ,.111. la* atovo .allttodeaua /Loult illaourl, .KNOMNA9TM
    REFRIGERATION 7/t/f/a/ T. Seth and you ar. h.r.by r.. You Mill/ pl...* ,.k. nollflaat .
    AU Leg! &ee.ap.. aulrod i* *.rv* u'"a plaJatUToattorny 1 wkoa. Isaac and ad. and MARY K """E't' IIII.bud
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    Duval OMBtr Line ln d.f....*.. If ..,. lie ta>o biN r.U Cart .f tlay 1'ounly. rior A SMALL AflA Of.MAM M
    of complaint In alb. aalt espy Ida k p mtn .'")"'''. thai .n
    . .. North .f Onmge ftrkIIUIT8 BEYTAL SALES of which U .4hrrtwiih Order miuhl I hf mad nrantlnlkm LAKE CA1ICNCIII S OV6 tF
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    t 8. r lmette StrtrtHome H.,.," fall nt or deer** pre and ,>u are required to ..hawCa. .HtLP PROTECT THIS RARE

    Ph. 2S4-I7II ponfriao will h* .ntr* n ,,,. l tis b* erantMt .
    for relief: prayed Pa ky orrelst o ropyyour .r u
    Biudnne Phone tt4Sll iRcaidentlal C..metvlalaedlldrw bill of romMalnt.THK ""rltt.n ...t."*... If any, NIIN'f'lA N 717DINrrV"
    ': NATIKIC OF SAIL SUIT epos. T J J.nnlna. Jr. ailur. Ir-l'CN'r N T'FIIHI .
    HKIN1I KX" >R P1VORCR.SPAM .., for |'III .tltlon_r* al P O. ,
    I INLET HABINA tortinj; Greater Clay Ceutj ( 110. III ilrrra en.. Hprlna' MIN NMOTD/Srsf5NISlS "
    : I I.I II II II II Ii TV APPLIANCE \MTNFH:( my basil acid tits Dor'A*. sod by flUlllr Ik* orlInal .. # MALI >lilAC I fiN.LS5rUAA'iP (J
    ".&ar1 hUt sad of said Court at Green Coy the e...1 with Ih. Clerk. of /
    1'1 SERVICE Wnrln**. Florid. this IItll day tic t''n lilt your "f Clay County' IIf'WN U l
    II MERCURY OUTDATIDS rnoxEOffcVe of Novrmhrr A, l>. IMIOF Florida, .n .>r ...r..,. Ik' list day A4.
    We Repair All Brand 1 imiR U "AIILlIO.1C. of h.! .-, mh-r AO I ItM. and lha 9AvDC9PIrTIATMU.f7.1/L .---
    ; Sf'nrlrlnr CUj County MEBCRCISER R'B1CEno"TS 1.4-SUl Clrrli Circuit' CourtBy tumid the. '10' hoe of IVrmr .
    I IJI... U4SMIOrance Mvlan/ H !"ohm ,., 'I'| t'l' at I stink
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    / for Mxtecn Tears lMpntr Merit nm <*r raid dal* In Ih* Courtroom .
    Orange Park Fb tI..ISIS TRJUIXEB Are. 8. al Bay Ik '''om.. J. Rlwratlorn ?r .th* Clay County. for k" .
    I y llnlntlftPO "mo I in lrn (Cov Mprlnrioriu
    j I OUTBOARD RETAJR SHOT Green.Cere Bprtnft Rot IIIUrn ".. horn Ml for .Ik. ,
    ("0". Hprlna*. Frnrlfl. icon i,u nf laid potlilon. and you siTE : .'1
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    I LEGAL NOTlrH M ...,.( b. crnntrdwirsrun .
    1:1 Green Cove bpgs.214.4044II.l41aso27.ed _. IN THE COtNTT IUIH3MCOl FLORIDA 6AMfOCS AND fRISI WATI FIH COMMIStAV1.151M
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    IN TUB: clltC't'rr COURT OK" COt'NTT noaUIIA.IN .
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    FLORIDA TRADERS I DUtrlbutor I ELLEN C."..MARCH. ArPlkTATMtM nii r IRON WOIrivAL '* 10.1,. It Ylvlnn' IVpuly(f, Boi Clark CUB MUTING lULU PAY OFF YOUR BILLS

    Oren 'Cortprlnn.. FloridaiM'E All Jersey Milk iMfrndautKOTICK Nolk I Ir kinky. alnn that J

    ' .'Valt.ttr.8i. TeL IM-ttS or CUT hat flint my final repent and l> THH ('INI I IT 101 NT orII The Green Covi Bprtnja
    Far I THE "1'A TIC OF FLOIUOA-T" petition for final dlctkarKirutrli .. .. 1.At ('01 "TV, riONIIII
    Junior \Vomattf
    Aati, *ee8.'Orange Arcane rULKN C. MAU8M. of Ik,* N'.I. ft Mlln 'In I HANCKRY Club held Repair Tear Home Root AMIUena, Alumina
    lit Woodruff Koad May l'..,.., d........ and thai NO till their meeting on Tuesday! Novrmber .
    TeL 114-1144 HOME DELIVERY Ur.tnTllU. Mouth. arollnn on Ik. lint ear 4 Itoxtomlior William/ n AOI... Htalnlirftra KUInf. ReeNnf .,e. CvrwotldaU Tout Dt ..
    Orange Park Cull ARC HEKEIIY NOIIFIGI) IMI. I the Honor.abl . 17 with Mn Umild

    .....,<..... Tel K4-I2I7 that' a out. bas on f ll.d ...1.., 'aI'lI'h.. Cminty4ud Carob R: AAkhw. TVfvndantOTI Sum vice president prrtldlnf Int. One Small Monthly rirment.
    CALL 214.194.r 1141141IV you. In Ik* ab. *ntlt.*d taut. of Clay County. Ptoridafor > < k. tiP' kl IT .
    JacksonvilleBlandlnf and you. are kinky '..|.Ir... I* npiiroval of said frnal r.p.nand .. Tiir (TATIC nr Fi."itiHA-..T.II. The club ti planning a trip ,,.. Illlmalrs Phone CUw W- JO
    for finvl dKrkar. a. *..< .,." R: Adklai I
    'A'CeOlne' ... sores upon naru plaintiff and ad.lraa attorneywhoal appear utrls' of th, ....c.( !. .f nt..n. My .<% Marsh ro..h.I to Bunland Tralnlrtf CfiiUr In

    TeL 771-IM4 LiaL Aut54K hereon your wrlil.n d.(.*.**, font.* braised. , II N lUrln Utllinol Oalnwvllle, They aba plan to JACK SMITH CONSTRUCTION ('0.
    If any to .the, blU of complaint l<*t4 this Illh lay of N.0s51.r. .- .hi-.n. .
    'WE 'fIt.tDE'1N ANTTmNO In aald . ttlli Trill AMR: lirilKIIY: NOT!. hold a rummage sale on IV
    of I.
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    ALTHEA: PAUE. tint..... will be .nltr<>d ntainit Attorney fur ......,Y, attire. whoaa .... ash .... - --- -- ---
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    norm: or ru.ua PHITIOIS bill or nmptalnUTh df n*... If one to th, kill
    REED ACCOUNTING rON ri%". NIIIHMl.Eor : '''aiUM of old lull blntur of complaint. hi said lull, iinpy
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    lurno a. ..*..UI'I. of lh. 1"0'"" Pits ,w e. It.r.la fall" not or d.rr*. nr*
    I TAX SKKVICE of Urae Attire .'.... d.co....dtkat : day ot Nn...mb r A U 111l eonrr. win b* nir4 .."IIA'

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    I distribution and fr thatdl.rhare. (lrk of Circuit CnuMof lMansePI5AL
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    irL tmruiPersonalized b.r SI. IM4 I will apply" 1* the By.VlTlaa' II. ."hml Nutlr I* lan r o*.'**t .bat "KINO' .\ n>" wvrmcRIDKAt Co.
    lloncwibl : McCormick Concrete
    Thoma J Hlrrra,
    I >'pulr Clerk Ik* und.fil. *d n In. Hk dT
    Services' County ::. *f 1ay ( ...ly BFRWICIC: .AnnenmiN.: of Nov.mkir A.U l.... fO-d o WrTNRlia my band and ,lie
    salt seal l of aM Tourt IIr..
    Klorlda, approval *f ., al "
    .desAccounting final I petunia and for an ......., of l lI..r.>,o. Het for ilk nalntlff 'final litrallon aorounllni of Ik, .of.lt Vr* *f ..tml"4"100. Crew lip,"'.* ..,*...... "..

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    I... Novmb II IMI F.r a 0..4 rrinUnc labEl oork w*.k for four ronr"illvovk Ry fish rtvlan Clrrull II "M'hnIcpuq Court
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    , DUllin'Rti Firms & ...Miiabto.TrkM Call I* Ik. HoncraM' THOMA' J 'fl1 0
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    ( FACE': EIGHT Slay fllaunty THURSDAY, DECEMBER J. m.




    State Chamber Backs 1850 Foot Pier ( L1.Zjtjg1b "SuperRight"HEAVY ..


    Crescent Estimate On .ft ( ; WESTERN; BEEF .

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    Out County Spending v r f 4'f : : CHUCK

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    The County'i effective buying Income In 1883'wai,$2t.5 tj ,
    + r i iutiA6t I
    million according to figures released this week by., the State' r I ROASTClo

    Chamber of Commerce.

    However total retail sales In the County Amounted to

    only) hair this figure. The Crescent estimated two weeks ago

    that excluding non-taxable food ssles the County'a 20,000 ay

    resident were spending only about on third of their effect ,

    Ive buying power In the County Where the ratio of effective J. 1 Trimmed 4 .5 C

    buying power to total retail salq;* la two to one In Clay "

    County; It I* four to three In Dubai; five to three In Dade; ...... .
    and very close to even in Escsmbla, Flagler Franklin and

    many othen.
    Clay U one of eight counties the State In which automotive I i..1 toneless[ Chuuck Roast ..... Ik CDc

    sale are greater than food sales In Clay last year NAMED BT SOUTHERN BELL Huntley Will Cooperate
    automotive sales were $1 million above total food sale of I

    $..3 million. In Giowth of AreaBy I
    Approximately 25 cent of 'every retail dollar spent In
    '!the County, goes ter,food, This compare with SI cent' In LOUIS L. UUNTLEY well over a million dollars will PICNICS"SU'P

    Baker and Broward counties and 20 cent In Jackson county I Industrial development I II the be s tremendous asset upon
    completion of the cross state
    average'approxlmately $500
    County bank deposits per but for any well rounded
    resident This compares with approximately $2,000 for each complete economic develop- barge canal. And the barge

    relldent.'of Palm BeachCounty.The ment program of a community canal .Is no longer a remote
    value of $44 million possibility It Is s reality. Oreen
    total assessed property was The cultural and spiritual as*
    with close to half of it exempt. Only one third of assessed perstlons of any communityare Cove Sprint does not have to R-RIGHTHSMOKED

    value in Bradford County .was exempt; In Dixie County still greatly dependantupon prepare for the canal it Is in

    only one fifth wa exempt full employment for its the unique position of being 2 7

    More than 331,000 acre*, of land In the County, SO percent citizens and job opportunities transportation C

    of the entire land area "'RIn commercial forest land I for its future generation No
    I air road and rail. WHOLE OR HALF"SuperRight"
    with more than 15 million cord of.standing timber. ''one realizes this more than the .
    -- 'I' Our tax structure: is most
    Le E. Ra.t, of Atlanta formerly citizen of) Clay Count The industrial
    ( conduslve to growth
    ef has of Oreen Cove Springs
    Jacksonville
    i City ,
    and development with milligeof Heavy Western "Super-Right" Vac Pak

    been named Florida vice Own* one of the finest industrial only 5185%. The ClayCounty SWISS STEAK .._......... lb. 7Dc SLICED BOLOGNA..,1 lb.pkgl9c.
    For president and geared manager parks in the Southeast!I
    Too Commission in
    Large of Southern Bell Telephone and and second to none for Zoning "Super-Right" 'H *>yyj'Western' Capt'n John French Fried!

    Co. efectlve .Jan. 1, It s community and county of Commission co-operation ha with'just the completed County SHOUT IUB8,'rfr. .,, ......,_. lb. 29c FISH STICKS ".......,10 oz. pkg. :3oc:)

    was announced yesterday our size The potential for development s long-rang comprehensive Ground ChucK or'Jdsn\ Quick Frozen Headless

    Your Stocking 4x lie will succeed Claude J. of this park is absolutely economic and development curs BKEP: ; STE\Y: ..:I*-.....w.r ,. lb. 59c GREEN SHRIMP ...._.._....... lb. 89c
    Yates who will retire at the unlimited For instance, and -
    vey. Our school facilities
    end of ned month under the the docking; facilities which If
    Company's automatic age constructed today would! coat program has been continually: I---T-- Special! A&i' Hawaiian
    Just Right For upgraded and today rate
    limit retirement plan. among the top In the state. lso
    I Inelsde ( PINEAPPLEJUICE
    Others named
    The foregoing are Just s few I
    John F, Evsna aaalstant vice Schools Set of the concrete reasons why

    Your Kitchen! president, who will become any Industry should rive care. With (Ihll\WtlP\ A) puropa.e of -,

    mUtant vice president and (Continued from page One) ful consideration to the Green I'; I Cam of''.tUrtml ll-os. etna .1 I
    assistant general manalN'1| toward an even higher stand-
    Cove Spring Industrial Park '' Chili' With1 Beans 3/11.00 :

    and John C. Tutlle, general ard of academic training.The and Clay County And u a c:.._. ...> '*m .... D** e :
    GENERAL ELECTRIC accounting m.nawr for Florida County's schools, with a former chairman of the ClayCounty t p I,Jaw ,....... 1:
    who hat bn named total enrollment of approximately Commission I can :

    Company treasurer with I 8,500, comprise four speak with s through knowledge .. -_. -. '.-. -- .. l'Qt.U.Oz. 29c
    Mobile Maid headquarters In Atlanta high school and 10 elementary of tii willingness and I' .. CunSpecial

    last a native .f Athens schools. The teaching spirit of cooperation of our I' 'Izia..I

    Gs., was graduated at the staff number 191, approximately publlo official for encouraging I PLAID i -...
    AUTOMATIC I'nlvenlly of Gear(I a In IIST. one teacher for every the location of new Inlus If!" I.

    Joined Southern Dell In 1111. 21 students. ; try and greater expansion of '. STAMPS J I All Varieties Ann Page
    Pointing out that Clay County
    DISHWASHER 1s. one of three counties participating existing As Clay firms.Count,' Slat Representative With Iklr? miens ft ..'o..t. PORK &
    GILFORD f, TQMLINSONGilford In St. Johns River I tlounly ]>'lb, I.... cant .
    Sidney Tomllnson, Junior College, 35 miles south I am aware of our HKKF; : };TF11'; .. 5ic;1 ,

    Sanford died at a Banford of Oreen Cove Tyne said need fora Industrial well planned and I.5..>... .... tan ......Dee *

    Hospital A native Saturday of Oreen, Nov. 21.Cove then are additionally, two universities orderly program. I offer the development full cooperation I In II+M "BEANS
    On Is the
    nesrby.
    \ / Springs he moved to Sanford University of Florida, at ,' of my office to this 1......__..._..-.._......._....-.
    IS year ago II* was a member
    Gainesville; the other Jackson I' -
    of the Lake Monroe Pint vllle University, 2J mile north . 1 1.I.h.

    Baptist Church of Oreen Cove. Transportation I. end.CLAY 3 35c
    r !!. I U eurvlved by his widow to St. Johns River Junior College so. PLED .I Un

    II I Mr. Carolyn Tomllnaon; sister, I II provided by the County _

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    Mr Ella Bentley. t nephew school system tor all County ;

    I B niece; all of Oreen Cove day students there. TlUATftC with. this mutes purckiM. er Spfcial! Wliitp Houw Nonfat Dry
    ( \ Spring Green hate String t ttoi..* of V*.Pisa bo..* ofl
    Funeral service were held --a.U; lII-oTmi. 311)tPSSrte(( j :'! I INSTANT

    Wednesday, Nov. 24, In the JltnlIT Man Thra Than I I...... a..d Ihr. ..., IN." ."e
    Luke Monroe First Baptist tXIU'HT IN TUB IS COl-NTT ANTI roli CLAY rrevlew Till r. M.reatar .... I '
    Church with the Rev, Joe Pout- tvt'NTV. runuiiA.K.U 'IU> TM. I -. :
    hiLt flclitlng. No. .H .......-...........---....-.-..-;;' MILK I
    ANNA III ret: KUI U Aull nf Slit III.! l...-.>n..4. lee A Complete Feature A* I .. .. .. ................ ...
    MITK to I MMtlTOMSTo Late As gall TM. l l
    I nil ereduora eed ill r>.ron "p I..l.f.H> : :It +:
    :';.; MAnn DELILAH Dt RDENBervlI'M .. i
    d.m..d.
    hiring' claim r '
    ..Inn. MI4 ..|*|.. Friday I 'Features MS p".1
    for Nra. Mettle Delilah
    \ I. rise. and. each .f Vm are Bat. A Ran. I FJK. (' II PLAID TiU i Qt
    Durden W, were held .o irl.4 anil r*<|ulr.4 (. 12 79c
    Sunday afternoon at Shiloh .>r...nt any rUIrn .ii4. .."'*... JiI STAMPS ;
    e hkh pas. .r Ithtr, ., >o., may .nun..1 I ni I'l .
    \ Baptist Church with the Rev II.,. against! |k. ..(.!. .! ANNA"' Wed Tssrs. *
    U IINSoV.' dwt.M*. 11. .rCUr With Ikii rotooft A P..t :
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    Strickland the
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    Connie Johnson officiating Juili ot (May I's.mtr,
    Mr. Durden died last Friday Co...." Cvurihoui. .In
    y at her Omen Cove horn 0.v. wltklii HnrU' .sit riounlr mo lh. tram, ri Ik rM c r l1CiSI 11f t...-. .... tkrall......* tom 1 J! scorn ....... .......................... 2/+:JC
    *.!. ef 0>. first ,Ml>lkluil| .f I .
    A member of the Bhlloh Baptist this nnlk.. PANGEIOV3RaUrdiy. I s'sml jiS' Jane Parker over !li Fruits and NutstMfSSHsHSSIESJffiSJ

    Church, aha .U survived' by .Ki-k claim or 4mnn4 m.., ...: ; ,KliriTCAKK l : .......... S lb. ring *.TW!!
    k In wrlllnkt' and wwi uu
    four daughter Mia Grace the ..I.) ... .f rii. burden Mia Cars Durden I I *. *f 'k* rUNnvnlan4 ----""" -
    mat .>. ..'i>r. !. h* ,)>. Dee IAGLF DEUCIOt'SApple
    Mr. Nellie Kersey. and Mr*. rUiMm. has oral *r kl. *tUm.r SPECIAL: JAXK: PARKEK: :
    Louis' Knowlr all of Omen ;., II mill ker.me wl4ntlPB '
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    were" ; Uv Rev. J nos"e"., e..c.d.rlr.l Apple Sauce 2 45c
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    n: naB Otto Knowks.. Henry
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    'tJ__ >. .>..t .. With Manslaughter Nations 500 Greatest
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    r .. ;L Hanna Moody was ordered bound over to Circuit CourtIn
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    \ : St. Augustine on a charge of manslaughter last SaturdayIn .

    L. ... i the Nov 14 death of a Jacksonville woman on the
    r : ti rf. .1 Shands Bridge. Get Bid To Move To GCS

    -'A Justice of the Peace O. Marvin Drier of St. Augustine
    ] ordered that Moody's bond remain at 10000. After hearing
    t the testimony of witnesses and law enforcement officers - Last week's Crescent went by tint class mall to tht

    Drier said It was his Judgment that sufficient evidence of top policy-mailing officers of the nation BOO greatest corp.orations .
    Moody's guilt had been presented to. hold him for trial on Florida Collection At Libaty) This weeks paper, minus the traditional bridal

    the charge couple on top, goes by third claw mall to the same group
    Moody was taken back to the St. Johns county jail A special collection of Florida materials has been col- as a follow-up.
    1s. after the hearing. He had pleaded not guilty to. the manslaughter lei ted sod organised at tht public library Las week's Invitation to IndiwtrUI marriage went In
    .as charge when arraigned on Nov. 17. All areas of Florida material are Included In the col a Urge white envelope bearing a map of Florid and the
    Mrs. Reola Barber 43, of Jacksonville was drivingwest Irctlon: .wildlife literature, history and fiction The bulk legend An Invitation to Join A Growing Community of
    I across Shands Bridge when her car was struck! and pushed of the collection deals with various phases of Florlda'a Blue Chip Corporations" I

    I from behind causing her vehicle to. crash through the history and includes moat of the Floridian Facsimile re. The Crescent working with members of the Green I
    bridge railing and plunge Into the river, print series publlahed by the University of Florida, Cove City Commission received enthusiastic support In the
    Mrs Barber's body as recovered when the car was pulled Various old histories and descriptive travelogues of the program to. lure other blut chip Industry to join Burlingtonand
    from the river about two hours later. State available. Johns-Manvtlle In the Green Cove area from Governor-
    1 1Dr. Testimony given by Trooper M. Terrell Crawford of the Of special 1 Interest to people of this area la James elect Haydon Burns, Congressman D R Matthew. Charles
    Florida Highway Patrol waa that Mn. Barber's car was Cabell's -The St. 101111.'.." Orafff "Mandarin *n the St. F Myers Jr. president of Burlington Industries Inc
    struck: and pushed from the rear by a car driven by Moody. John's" and the History of Jacksonville and trinity by Robert F Orth.kMhjr ttlYlatlng, vice president of Johns-
    5 This was substantiated by other witnesses DaviaDIcMaea Manville CorporMf4iif ft/tiny Charlie Johns State
    The victim's husband was driving ahead of her In another and his Men deals with the Civil War In (Ma Representative 0f A,y4luiytui''tJuther Wilson chairmanof
    car and witnessed the fatal accident through his area. A great deal of pamphlet material on Florida\ also the Hoard of"iTiirVoJ, 'ILr; >yYf i And othera,
    rear view mirror In the ear he was driving. Barber U plant available In the vertical file. \ \ 'W

    manager for Green's Fuel In south Jacksonville. Ht waa rt- Of sll the material written about Florida very little Information . .' ens ha, sonvnrg
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    tenth transferred from Gainesville\ ) as plant manager there on Clay County U available. Such Information ;,-- COVlIPIUNCSI I
    and at the time of his wife's death was driving a company Is constantly In demand at the library The library could CHUN

    car to Gainesville to. leave the vehicle the.... Ills wife was appreciate receiving any material of historical value on 1 se.w.w
    following him to drive him back to Jacksonville. Clay County: old newspapers, church histories, dedication \
    Jack Moody, )1, a cousin of Hannas Moody waa a passenger programs, etc. The material can usually be reproduced If f
    In Hannas' car According to the 'Investigation by the owner doesn't wish to donate the material I
    Dalbert Sterrctt. .( the University ..Florida and Sheriff John did \
    Hall Moody not stop on the bridge after
    his fsmily will present a Christmas .....oal program itUM Mrs. Barbers car plunged Into the river. ';,. ., : -. ,
    Christina party U b. sponsored fcr U* Wosnsns Guild The two cousins ( .
    were arrested by Sheriff Hall about a Heads 'N ;
    .f Fenney Memorial Charch at Ii4J 'clock ea Dee t, mile from the bridge. The sheriff reported at the time that Zoning Board Auxiliary) --4J ii.; .

    The greap appeared bit ea.1 the Stephen! Foster both men had been drinking. + ,. \

    Memorial and on that 0Na .. Lift Msgaalne commented To Hold Meeting "
    favorably ea the _,,",loa they'...... Dr.. Its mil baa
    Sine la opera and snaaieal comedy both here and abroad. The County Zoning Com .w M
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    The .__.! Bed Stocking offer for Florida migrant Speaks Jaycee Survey mission will conduct four ., '"
    public meetings In th County 5r1t

    and a collection of gifts for bo colored. children of FeancyFarna .
    Commission in last week to. .
    will be take at that time Tho pwblie to Invited.I Job The Oreen Cove Springs Jaycee answer ouet
    lions concerning the proposed
    v an taking a Community
    Ccntcr Negations attitude .une,. It Is a two- comprehensive hang
    'e range plan for the County, )
    part survey designed to better i
    Janet T, Norton, son-uvlaw enable community .leaden .. Mortal to. Junes B. Crawl, 6 a s !

    aaal' * "'I'yjn*, Vm. 'atsm, ..|vlo pre. Commiukoq Member chairman. ' a ,..+ ,... .. .,.
    ]fifeart RcsearcTPlannedb h S': T, J. ",nnin... Jr. represented 'iramt for the coming year or of ht OMrtnus Becautt aTa> ]a fc af,tpet find"an MMharrasaaaerit ofrlchet 1
    \ lion will meet with residents'
    y) the Board of County yean.Tht. In tdvertMnd" tome ef the material was left out of
    Commissioners at a meeting In Jaycee ask that every of the Ulddleburr areatt lt week paper and.U ncluded In this ent. Notable among
    i Of Importance to. residents ditary factors and differences on contacted fur thla program I I o'rlork twit Tusedsy ... the sUtemenls, missing last week were. those of Itost lit

    i; of Clsy County, where heart In physical characteristics, ..ndactJY1u. to. give their full cooper rung In the Middleburg eI,.1 tI Grand of the Industrial Dmbprnent division. .e|, the "AV k
    s disease U responsible for M ... atlon. All rltlsens In the corporate k Consist At I o'clock' ... halls Coast Unei ReprtotnUtlvt Huntley aced ew own

    per cent of the annual mortality In the Clay County population city. limits of Orern Con iweday evening, they Hugh Smith whose eommtnU M tht I local mono are always ..
    I are plans for an all-out out of a total of 1M will be contacted The surety meet with resMent of the straight from UM shoulder and entertaining. "
    assault on one phase of the deaths from all Causes In IM2 deals with various phases of Doctors Inlet area at the In addition those mentioned above, a small army of
    problem strokes. secordlng to. the latest Vital city and county government Doctors. Inlet Chloe Center friends helped let out last woek'i Crescent The envelope. *,
    Uncle Ban la getting set for statistics report, 71 were due w achoola, recreation and social Neil Thursday Dee 10.1 l all 100 of them were addressed by Mrs. Dayton Wilson;
    a major research: attack that to. heart ailment Of these 21 lift In tht community. the commissioners will mart Mrs loMsN While Ira. .*.. City Manger Bn Xellner spent most of the prwcedlror.
    win Involve a net work of Fed' were attributed to. strokes On Nov 17 tht Msyor Mar. with resident' of the Ocean I named president of the liarMeeiwrlal Sunday the field. .. Kelptn with photogrsphi and &Inform.
    envy financed "stroke een- The plans for tht new Un Harris protlamed November Cove are at I o'clock In the ...*,etal aoiltUrr, Uon to to with ""' .. In a special session of UM City Commission -
    ten.." serving every section of ".&rote centers" all for themto at Community Development Courthouse And the {follow. seeeeedlag. Mrv OMrs I failHpa. on Tuesday Mtht before' the tape was put on the
    the country. The ultimate cost be Installed at existing medical Month for the Jaycre In Ing evening, on Friday, t>cII .. Pin While was iMtaUed proas, Mayof Uarlia Harris, and Coaunlastonera. KdwsM
    win be around 130.000.000 a Institution*. They, will be er this areaSchooh. they will meet with r.sl.. I at the SMasI ssMtlnglatl Taylor, Wsrwkk Ktnosy and &tUne.ppnm4 the tonttnU.

    year.Because. manned by tpecial teams of - ... dents of tht Keystone area I N......' evening b, Mrs. _.
    .. strokes take 200.000) stroke specialists ranging at I o'rlork In tht eonfr A. I). l> rh. Other stew *
    lives a year In the I'nlted from surgeons to speech' therapists Set enct rom of Clay Dortrlt !' ran 1 IswIaMU Mrs. Madly.

    States and afflict ten times who will treat patients Co-op I Mieea. Hr-4 .... peeoideallMrs.
    that number of people the and at the same Urns, carry Higher StatnLirds All persona are Invited. to j (...,... llelw. sorondVlee GM Preview Is Set
    problem\ U considered urgent. on their jveearch. attend the meeting held 'In peeMde II| Mr. tired

    The M per cent heart mortality What can a person do to ml' 1 the area In which they reside. Job****, oeeeetary( Mrs ,...
    The Count, attends
    public
    among Clay County real. ImKe the UktUtoed of a heart ls ready to meet the / I ar Qalslry, t>eaartrt sad For Showing' At Two
    dents U reported In the latest attack Host of the authorIties BUrke last week to discuss th County anticipated! growth Mr. '"'''''' ............
    figures from the US Publis that tow proposed Job Corps Training
    agree a fat diet and That Is the word of Jesse P.Tyne. .
    Health Service. moderate eiercite on a regular Canter at Camp Handing ., supetlBUftient-. Nationally, by way of comparison basis art two of the essentials The Crescent learned of the th Board ., rublkr Instrurtion.. j High
    the disease. alas. meeting from Suite sources.
    accounts They recommend weight
    While Or... ('em'. schools Carl M kVnnHt, as*Man! ItnaUd dUUiri aan. *.., for
    for Ml per cent of the total control sufficient rest each Other from Clay County at ' '
    svrt now fully acvrediUd. Triw. district msfnger of Johiw the caw dfcUiet .. M WIM. with Oeatf Motor. .WI.f
    mortality In the South! Allan day, avoidance of tension and the meeting were Dr, Russell who Is acting superintend. Fro*re.., sn adusAiaMA *t..4edemmiatrstMi
    now MsnvUle't pipe division, with hodq srtert H Or..n Covt. ,......, aVhodlaleOreesi
    tie. States It Is Ml V', cent anxieties at moth. at potato!* ,Jensen, president of the Clay .
    eta and hat served for fn headquarters In AUat, ate of eVplrttag aeleAee
    Training key fro ne| fa* Cove .... OffWeMegular
    County Chamber of Commerce
    and In tie Suit of Florida and moderation In smoking ; of In stetaoe. .It sh...w'Of aanowtmr
    rears as supervtsor Ue hint.promlaed htgln romitt operating psratmnel the ken lost plod he .hid.
    Dr. R. M.
    12.1 per cent. Heartening for middle raterson. a member hoUr
    new _
    that he weed wort for IMfaromnr'i Oreentwee The Createnl.* Stun cheat a4 Clef full aad s>t phi
    Tic ratios vary considerably aced meat comes' from the of the County school hoard; etwder volunteer till Ma .... plant en April I. May I. At smuttt .lees' eanaleya. Dswfcs rrun neat Tuesday, keep Order Window apes
    from one area of tht country American Heart Association. It and M. IV Beasley, mayor of CbnUmsvd *. pets Klthtl Bennett, who ..*. Mien d- poaalhle. Wtl he hired. TIM OUr Nigh ......,., win bent alufdsy*. D... 5. 11. l I'. !
    tot, e o h.r. Suggested etpla- reports' the first downward twaIn Kenton flitghu.AtwUer 19:11: t/fMk and. the pros M. I

    Rations for the variation Include heart death for this ace meeting .to scheduled + tnuuest tt Dunear win ht a' wnlnndsS ansi...... UM,,
    stet nudes street, here group an several decades for tonight l In the office of the .... tsfattnsrpnae .II, a .n

    eaeraUv secretary of the of the shewing tt 1sttfiemvagt AH Day .'aria,. DM. It.II. .
    StartBradford County Chun. A '
    s WH school' student
    her of Oosnsnene.lUprearatoUvet. I .U pure** ...... to slime a4t (

    of the twoeoswuea K .gtM rtnt] said U pnt out hathnet t tmide th* "r. A JosVwsuIMIO '
    agreed oa steps toward the many tpportunttfetttien It used .. simisUlt. tht
    Rail Official Says GCS "Cooperative sneoipoisllatj a .......* 7t In lease fletdf. ...,,', rays .in the sheer At the
    .Ing ageneyw operation of thtsee4f Gas of the MghftgfcU 4 ,
    th* B U strikes tht teUt the fun
    Toward Demonstnted what weald eenspy tot .Kr. ki s feel, tell a dentf. that MtejUe ssoeef smoothly' fteroasUtle.
    Spirit Industry
    aero of lead .. the BUndtagrwservattqsv recoili hnNkal. tnerty In. S .

    t iautemealof J. UteOraad, sire of the .....-, to oaoperait U If wrtdety M.1 the CUfOsvaty W tteeuieej.. awwtr.M Pd.idhZli. ;n sddiUosj M anti ,....,, UMrrovitw
    .. of Us newtsrienitfie dglYilea awttents. wUI see an,
    Assistant .. the nee rroatdeai.InduotrleJ with both new sad ...... Board ., Cssaoiisaiaei- <
    bit tedwetele* The e ronoersUe II detitopsxat of the aw beartnd alatfom Jan opera*
    ers W1II pelt "irk daces N .
    DuriosjiouBt, AUasv a* '
    century, tne list tad sjiamflit. MM Thu/ seals -
    ) ptoltorsd supparted
    spo/K loud BOW fndvBtrywharh ... .u
    pets.! .. par project at tong .
    tire Coast Line ltal ids + lulu '
    tasrtrtany wags
    owctlefrWeNty hy Ifcrte large slrfuUrodav '
    ttMt Us Oteen Cs*e .....utaI need T MayPeelgaaUasi *La. UK.IUC MTTor .
    geaot than. Is It. dssigs4 to ads ever
    Tie Oreea C*.e 8prtna amofters prUt wi* fwBy sHexaXrsUtd Of the ..... .... .. pwto .
    a/ J .
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    tfajrttkf. the reovwt fi. ..UaUBM itda/es.d r r 0 a ........... Say Rat .....f... on a thin by.
    anuasjal adraalagee' la w naming ht gu the gees ftgh. .... ,.... r. 'f,... .--.-.. tkds tad. N
    proacwrUv tnAsstrtet and laaawry ."'It rssvMed hi "Joss ,... UM Canamnilia. wfll hehi Iles Nis ...... ....... pe..ipal K it.b..ts pea tha sfea M4. or of. air, -' !-sat
    few d>
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    at acerailoj* el the Prelate -
    Masetlls OsrpajraUon asUtvhaMMneof
    toarvdetf U>*4 UM area UM aVaiM of UM JaM Carp c- I. Oas M n.Ma'f Nrssr. due .Wsod
    psmhtee a4M Use .
    la pfcMorm It sisnpl Asses
    canton* forward to aslwatwMusitzW Ht ... places vMrfc at *s4d be" aVrtendtafteer H .*.*.4 II pear sea **J lease ...... t0e NeW

    .,....ua M Use fetswe.ArspsMUosi mUsUgftr.Ore a hroUer>hvlsw ofUM ..w.6.Mm.nt.y ......... M IN C.waly 'fHUl at tu/tril *.**... pwuhis mHsfH" ,.energy... tw the three Mtwer pda fortet, sreollnsT air Ihrowgh
    thin
    hr the ctty ., Usehaaq :: ** C** sVelixs .Is W% fug r..n..>m .J.IM rK Bead pewees tffoawee pee. It Tht pail hSsaiaav n-.e L ... ik,. tissMsad at**.pel at A o4hsf tfMstftle af aids et layer of air between too a...

    Mase property" WM a tresto od oa tht eata* haw of AOsoUtCbaat .sau./ QoMnsw Fonts Bry Iwo ...... W ... I.M S.. pews. Wks late rhoelr L B>wa.s| Ks......*.., aVhoaihe ere", Use MtlMg ........., and lilt floor The air eHahi
    .ea tamed ha UMgrowtfe Urn Itxartiad srhkh. asvperws 04 w4l last cab petit. sew a sails .f Orw. r_. tedeed bee bM. used I* *....... Mao ...... a* ate. U eomaar II Orom Case hiaWnse *X tapstlsr ratraMtwtat < the Waatateeteai. .......... .t.eM.ry.hr.Mo hs Clef testy ...... 'pepaeipel A ae).. of Bow*., a.... Mr.h .rMh SMMM car depends osaetth < tasy PMhiittr of UM
    IiprMW wtOrt aasarsi ... av ad we areaeowd At UM aawwswttssi of aVeatiafdsartr .t.. tawe he. ..........b tut W atoll.es. . Sad Ms e.osegM.tals askd tndvast ..eal aesMeebaVtsi tsIOs |sr lot WlloreaAssthae 1|
    a vaAthaty II ...... Oleo *| to ri'aeasatal Clay K. JbemL K sew ..* r..... M t__ sad It PaeW.PMI. .. We*gas Use*.**? .***. C..... where ......., Tht MMA-tka" ilta ftevtowsIfiisMriUa '
    Msssa..SM ..... aed ., ..acctfpipnt Cowkty se dastrsate taaWstrlstlor ead.d t. car IN psaiuLtarww . r..... pa Coiisewsib. I" Seal aWta .. ....... s us...... ...... M id.esNoa tsi UM hoo4- of the taf tonvert I I IIgM aetMiBbs agaenee wised hi

    .so demur sir.is toM..oareeet DM saeats of aarv plant The UM Biiwe .ol.H. ...... I* ......... s4 ... tad- lae hat .... a ......* tt ... C....* SM*| raft .lieu. tUvtrlvtly _Nib I I modera gvUanee (,....*. A

    Mdnsw the d.. faesxrs. 'C.ntad.* t+...* Few. !|< Want of ,....... -ape ... lot re J ".... a e... .....,... aeda lCodlmad ail ,.,.l'\Mt'\

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    County Orescent THURSDAY, DECEMBER J, 1964
    TACK!: TWO ,
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    from of:Bateau. bombers will never blast Calvary
    are the Jangles{
    Do You Know J !%'I'; ".e 'otUltker :, :t Thank You Let me be thankful that I can out of the memoir of man
    put aside. old difference seas kind. Men have tried "never-
    Y .y DUNCAN CRONE Br to build new national unity, Useless the foundation of OoosUndeth

    A Guy Named Joe ? Since learning that Jack Bell had confessed to having TIle Bev. Dr. Ceeege Beware that I can give up old pleasures firm. and I am glao
    hacked to death a fellow treasure hunter I have wonderedwhat to found new happiness. and thankful because thai!
    travagant wa,. The prayer our the mean that we are not aloe
    dark thoughts must have gone through his mind u Sometime we feel that
    (Reprinted from the Bradford County Telegraph) he and I explored for Civil War relics In some of the remote mother taught us are something world is filling about our ears. in our efforts to make the
    parts of the County.I to be thankful for, and But you cannot bllUkrlg the world a more decent place
    Joe U 15 year of age . or maybe 18. HU family must confess I spent a great part of our time together the faith in God our father Sermon on the Mount. Dive which to live.NEW .
    almost broke, moved to the city from the country several in deadly fear . an Innate dread I have of stepping on a Instilled In us Is a treasure no --
    months ago because hU father thought a Job was waiting snake. a war can destroy.

    for him. But It wasn't. But as I piece together the bits of conversation we had I am glad to be discoveringanew

    Joe has three brother and .lster. He live with themIn of Jack's frequently contradictory remlilscenees of his own that life need not mean AND
    two small rooms. There Is no privacy . no home-like life, I am forced to the conclusion that he has at long last defeat. If a man seeks merely -L i'IfP
    the
    the material goods of life
    arrived at some sort of peace with himself in that Arkansas USED CARS
    atmosphere.Joe's Jail while he waits to be tried for murder. world may refuse to gratifyhis

    father U on welfare, and his mother works long Jack Bell was a rootless man who had long since lost demands But if what he
    hours. The city Is cold and unfriendly, and 1U ways a his Identity& When he arrived In Clay County the only thing wants supremely I II to be a Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC, Inc.

    mystery to families moving In from rural areas. on earth he had was his metal-tlnding Instrument, a letter man, then he can use even the
    from some Catholic orphanage thanking him for a gift of reverse of life to gain that Cries Cave Spring\
    Joe's clothe never fit . his shoes are too large worthy end. When A Better Deal I* Made Vas Ness Wm Make IIr!
    $50 and an obsessive hope o finding buried treasure Whenat
    . his lair needs cutting. He never sees a newspaper --
    I would thank God that I
    length he failed to find It here he sold his machine and DR. GEORGE!: r. HOWARD STOP IN -
    In the home. There
    unknown
    or a magazine they are gave up his hope. am still free free to pay

    U little conservation: or other communication between Now it Is not necesary: for Jack to invent stories; to Some people never dwell on taxes u a way to cancel part SEE AND DRIVE THE '65
    of the family Joe eats one maybe two mealsa
    members watch the expression of the person with whom he Is talk the good that baa com to of the debt I owe to the boy.
    day but never three. Ing to discover whether the latest lie went over them in life They complain who died on battle field to

    Not knowing what to say, he keeps quiet at the neighborhood Long before I knew of his real background I began to constantly and the atmosphere keep me free. I am till free to
    school that his parent Insist he attend. The oth wonder about some of his stories I called him in the tea in which they live is gloomy sacrifice my personal advantage ...... t....... Direct Bne

    or children think he' dull witted and teachers despair turf story I did on him several weeks ago, a teller of tall and morose. They remind me and put myself under the .. Jai IM-W5S OC8 .....
    as he falls subject after subject. Eventually!: In splU ofall tales.He of a dear old soul in Indiana yoke of the higher good of my i
    his parent can do Joe drops out of school. told me he had saved $1,000 from a summer of where I preached my first sermon fellow men. I can still give of '
    peach and cherry picking In Michigan and that he had no years sgo. She had sucha what I have to help other . .
    Perhaps you've guessed that Joe Isn't an actual case sooner quit the fruit orchards than he had word from his mania for funerals that she to feed the hungry. '
    , but he's a composite of thousands of boys Just like daughter that her child was dying. He went to her he said, came to be called "Funeral I am glad to'be alive In these
    him In big cities and even rural area across the and spent the $1,000 In a vain effort to keep the child Fanny" When she died a man days when we are discovering

    nation. alive. Later he told me his daughter was married to an bought her old horse ..nd' again that the most degraded PHONE Ciii1

    What can and should society do for him Just how army enlisted mAn and I wondered why it was necessaryto much to his dismay, he found poverty Is that which come

    I ia he U be helped The temptation ls to say that Joe spend $1,000 for.hospital and doctor bill for the child the solemn animal deadbeaton from killing the spirit to serve
    has made his bed, so let him lie In It. But did hcT And even of a soldier. Joining every funeral pro the body. I san be thankful 284.9681SJ
    If he did, Is "letting him lie In It" the best solution for Jack had something akin to genius with respect to tin cession that passed and his that we are being compelled to
    Joe or society T csns. He could locate one ten feet under. If a Civil War very gait wu funeral. rectify our scale of values and
    cannon were protruding from the earth Jack stepped overIt Even if some of us do not discovering that there Is no
    Under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1984. a new and walked s straight line to the nearest rusty beer can. have much to live on, we have safety In sheltered world Isolation J. Q. Fuel Service
    course ls being charted . an entirely new concept of In his explorations his face took on a masklike appearanceand much to live for The real valueof and that insulation

    lifting Joe up to normal aelf-respecct and dignity . of he talked excitedly about finding a $300,000 cache and life remain; the universe I* against the Ills of the world Ill N. Orange Ave. Green Cave: Springsfor
    making him desirous of getting a Job, and capable of holdIng splitting it with me. orderly and dependable; electrons means losing our national soul. your
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    It after he get It I suspect Jack has been hunting treasure, some pot of proton and ether waves Let me be thankful that I am 'T.1"ft'! """'-' nA.r .
    gold' all his life He found duet In his marriage, dust In go on working In their accustomed one of a people that find Its FUEL OIL
    Not Just one agency, but many, will be coordinated to his business career, dust in his ability to live with his fellow beautiful way. Neigh hopes brightest when its prospects

    help him , all under the roof of one overall antipoverty man. And dust, at last, In his search for buried gold. He had bon lUll greet us In the same are darkest . that HOME pELIVERYQuick

    plan.- as little to live for aa any man I ever knew. I suspect he cordial way, and loved ones draws new strength st Valley

    A social worker, or perhaps an Interested cltlwn, will knew It and I suspect he Is happy to face an end to it continue to lavish their affection Forge, new resolve from the _.4J Service

    begin talking with Joe not condescendingly but In upon us In the same ex dead at Gettysburg, new cour

    a way that will reach him, behind whatever protective SINCLAIR HEATING: OIL with RD-118R) corrosion inhibitor .
    mechanism he has erected to conceal his pattern of de. Around and Aboutby helps you cut down heating bill because It fights

    rat, tV I In. BUD'S' GATE STATIONKEROSHNE dollar.nut and corrosion gives you more heat, cleaner heat per
    HUGH SMITH
    will be enrolled after careful screening In a
    Job Corps Training Center where for the first time In his What I am doing In a hall critic turn* around and Informs BURNER: SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner servicemen
    of art looking at pictures of all these Homo Delivery or are skilled prompt dependable
    life he will see that he can be trained to hold down a me paintings are
    worthwhile job. He, will wear a clean shirt, be fed good one kind and another requires from every part of Florida and IMfanl It Service Available We Give

    food and for the first time In his life, perhaps be given a some explaining as I know no one place could possibly Thane 284-9250 JESS ;
    pair of right-sited shoes. nothing about art whatsoever have all the beauty and wildness Orange Ave and Ceve St. GREEN COVE QUIGLEYJIM
    In fact. I had rather talk depleted on the canvaswe
    Someone! will continue talking and advising htm, let about the city of Oreen Cove are looking at and still be STODI>Ann
    ting him know that he Is expected to work and study during Spring with Ben Zellner and practically uninhabited and
    LITHE ADS BRING RIG
    tresular hours,, father than shrugging his ahoulders Ed Taylor than to have a Hern that I am probably one of the RESULTS
    and ",oohll/< off" At the end of his training period, Joe brandt hanging over the fire biggest, liars In the tale of I
    will be released to hold down a responsible job 'and be- place Furthermore, moat art.isle Florida to boot. What' more,
    coma a useful member of society rather than a habUIt,; look like they start paintIng ho take my name and address

    Idealistic Without doubt. But thank Ood there. something and plumb for and Informs me that he Is coming .
    are still a few Idealist left In the world. get what they are doing or to the town of Oren Cove
    come back from Ethles and try Springs to see for himself just ,, ,
    Those who have advanced this new concept for dial to finish what they are doing what kind of two-blt burg it ' -
    lug with the school dropout problem freely admit that. and I do not know one guy la and .who pay Its hayseed : .
    for every case that turN out as rosily u Joe'a several that can come back from Ech cltisens to play fast and loose
    might break down In utter failure. But at least the >plan> lea and finish anything he with comparative truths
    that. of welding public and private agencies Into a eon. starts unless he started out to It la maybe a month later Be ADoItYourself

    certed aaaaut on the causes and symptom of poverty get plastered.Well and I am at !chi.'. hunting

    has begun.As aa I am saying, hereI lodge and Country Club, the
    am at this place called a gal reason It U called a hunting
    one philosopher ha said "One man's hunger and
    lery and some dude Is standIng lodge II I because wives are always .
    want &U another man' hunger and want On msn's free
    next to me making cluckIng looking for lost husbands '
    dora from hunger and want Is neither a true nor secure
    sounds about something he there and they can usually be
    freedom until all men are. free': from hunger and want"surely
    sere off to his port about II de found lodged between two other "
    the wealthiest nation In history our great greee so I sidle over to takea lost husbands discussing poll N ** .
    United States\ of America Can well plan and execute look.... at what ls ticklingthis tics, the election: and I do not

    programs that will bring a reasonable share of this enormous old gaffer' appreciation know what all In that order. 1//

    wealth to every American- equipped to earn I it, .. department and what do I The reason It Is called a country : IOID OUB Santa
    see but a red bird sitting on a club Is because It Is about .
    In the words of American and Idealist
    a gnat a great tree branch all by his tone ae far In the country a* you 1965
    who died Just a year ago at the hands of the aesaatlnLet : .
    some and that's all. can get .nd'lUll find a >phone>
    b us begin This dude says to me this I.I ,and you can get clubbed' byalmost (HAUTRIRS1SRVinGSOUB
    i art at IU bet and la paintedby anybody In the Joint by

    one of the moat sensitive! simply shooting off your' big S Start
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    Filling
    Let's We landingThe brush men of our are Well baaoo or accusing Echle: of watering
    nothing will do but for me to down the merehandlae.
    fell this art critic that this I II Well who do I see bug the
    Creaftkl strongly favors esUbllahment of a Job what I ae every morning of art crate dude who calls me a
    Corps Training Center within the tUte-owned Winding my life just ouUlde my bed big fibber .In the art gallery

    reeemUoa. room wlskdow In the city of and) he Is making Echle: a pro. Your Pack Now!
    Omen Cove Springs whkh Is position to HU all his painting
    As the editorial from the Bradford County Telegraph.
    the town I live In. aa he doe not have to look at
    reprinted en this page indicates such Cents
    a rvpreaenU
    down the line because
    We move on paintings anyroare he
    . the 'heat (deals and purpose of a democratic society 114 '
    of picture to starboard and finds place caned Oreen Owe
    . December! 1t14. further, It would materially benefit
    an the pictures are Florida Springs that baa .u the thing
    the CUy-sVa4ford. County area la payrolls
    lwwpeepl. ,scenes et one kind and saoth naturally he has bn. lookingst
    and new Ideas
    er and this gent chicks and on ranvas.In .
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    Most of the dvtc and religious group la Bradford. nods bAa approval through fact." he says This
    Hy socking just small
    a amount in
    County have strongly endorsed the plan to put such a maybe 19 or 90 palntlnga. sad morning I buy a root and reel away weekly our convvrmntChristmas
    enter on MO acre of th tart and locally virtually rUi* each time he .pass Judge from a very nice saaa taW Club, you'll U able to U a moot t generous Santa next w-s.-

    teas Blending property. We hope that organisation. In ment on one or another, I say atasur Williams and he belle son . with no attcr.tbe'.lloliday "Budget Imlixention."
    day County ail ever O r County' will study the farUas It took like the bend of the ne the grass bd jut .out
    presented in the full pate adtvrUamenl en page' all and river Just above the railroad from John halls dock are a Rt .f Smart .S'mfa IN *65 Join Our Ckritlmtu Clot 10110,1'UU.stln.ICf !/
    then ge o* word as to their feelings on the matter on Bleak Creek or It looks just good place to flab i,
    like the point In front ef JtmCarey1 Welt the upshot to tint this
    Another meetingwill be held toatghl In atarke with house or that guy smarthve dude buy everybody In the /r
    tvpreecnUUve front day County m hand, Juat what lea nest to John Hall Wean house a saaptriUa tone) and A : : HANK IK.1S IIORK, Foil) TOUBANK
    UflcaUoM James Nortost baa to rnvewnt toe Board of that Isle etock and the great take his. Wave because he has a
    Count Commissioner In these important pUUont are beds oH to the ten there to an eppotntm with Mr John
    unknown. HU record at the pole, for a hlaU""lft11C nin* A. .
    Bradley about
    where I cwg ht seven peundbaas a place to
    cant lob, would not Indkato he has the cvnfxtonre of seat test" soring. live |. the City of Green Cove 0

    of the Countyt voter' Well eudJeeOy lay fettww art 8s.John's ( GREEN COVE SPRINGS





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    I i Mill Keystone FutureHomcmakcrs Clay Installment Debt
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    Commander and Mrs. PrankP. netl. Attending were., Mr. and Meet I TALK:'" $600. Per Family .1.1I

    Cowtrt had as their recent I Mrs. George White of Jacksonville Ti i' Future Homemakers of ..Ns..Asa.....s,1lts.-......
    guests the Rev. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amen ,'1dub of the Keystone As In most parts of tho

    Wayne Martin and their son, ''' Fisher of Trenton and Sidney HeuthtHigh School, whose To Mate Or Not To :MateA I I country, the residents of day Ing that the financial resources

    Wayne Jr. The Martini servedas Corturiegrat. Mrs. Corturiegrat memtx comprise home economic female cat can produce County have taken on more I of the American people, Including

    missionaries in Bangkoclc. I' and Miss Corturiegrat. of Eng udents.i will\ be host ata dozens of kittens in her lifttime.I'nleM installment debt than they cash savings, stocks bonds

    Thailand where they met the land. ,me'h"un.I 12:15: o'clock on you want the kitten ever carried before. and other property, far exceed
    CowarU In F dav r\v.. 4tvrsidont I I yourn-lf, or aM to findhomes 1 1I
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    for Is, win to consider This la part and parcel of their debts.
    Mrs. J. J. Brock has returned of the FHA Miss
    I I having her pay..1. Thin ian tl.- change in buying habits Even Including the mortgageson
    Mr. and Mrs W. A. Wilson from a six,week trip visiting ( . their homes they have more
    had as their guests on Sunday relatives. Her first stop was will Miss Carol Stephenson. moot veterinariana lnla beet
    performed. when the rat la alxmt since World War II than 14 In financial assets for
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    afternoon recently Dr. Daniel with her daughter Mrs Vic1 Soars Roebuck and Co. sponor I
    1 four or Ave months old, that in, It IMS gradually switched the every 11 of debt.
    A. Poling ol New York City tot Moore.. In Hamilton .Ohio this event In the FHA l before the first seasonal period nation from a cash to a credit

    and Carroll Wright managing She then visited her sister program in order to portray On the other ham), If you would economy
    d-rector of Memorial Home Mrs May Rasher In Dayton The Home Economics Story. I like your eat to have a litter or !
    I two .ho ran be safely spayed i at Purchasers of ears dishwashers iVurrcc Completes
    Community. Dr. Poling president ; Ohio whom she had not seen Invited guests are key buslI a later age.Sparing. refrigerators! furniture and
    of the Christian Herald. for twenty years Then she I I ness and civic leaders of the will not only eliminate
    other durable goods on the Installment -
    is a long time friend of Mr. visited another sister Mrs Eu- community Included are representatives the problem of unwanted Training Course
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    kittens, it will also make your plan have more than
    Wilson's gene Adams and family in I! of the various civic cat far more affectionate' and doubled In the pant ten yean
    Vandalla, Ohio. The last stop clubs the Womans Club the rmior to live with. An unnpayedfemale alone Jennings Murrhee, Jr, sher

    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saam I wu Chicago where she was I PTA and County Board of Education ileilrea to mat when she Iff-elect. has completed the
    : rumea Into heat and becomes extremely As of the beginning of this
    had as their guests on Sunday the guest of her daughter and fstlfss and nervous at year Installment debt In the longest and

    Nov. 22, Mrs. Orble Luke son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. I The luncheon will be served that time spaying eliminates United States amounted toUU most com

    Mrs. Chuck Vemosky, Chuck;,'Edwin Larson and family before st 12 IS at the high school thla problem,, I pre hen .1 l e I
    billion, according to thefindings
    Kven: It cat I la male
    Vernosky. Jr. Cindy Vernocky, taking her first jet plane I The Given Cove Springs Yarn Company one of Barling- cafeteria, your a course offer-
    you wilt probably Unit It deslr- of the Department of
    of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. trip home. ten Industrie Iw. stretch yarn mills Is located In this able to have him altered. Neuter- I Commerce and other agencies R ed to date at

    Orble Luke Jr., and family of handaome"brirk etrwcture on the St. .John Hirer. The milt :! Inir a male cat Is a simple operation ,r 4j the Florida
    BPO DOES linE It was equivalent to 1905 per
    .Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. George Turner I employs more than tfO persons with an annual payroll of which your veterinarian tan ) Law En-

    spent the weekend In Miami. I snore than |5..,.0e. Daniel! Shaw, superintendent of the rRF.SmENTSlSITATIOS perform I. three any months time after oM but your they pt family $. fore e m .nt
    In some sections of thecountry ;
    Mrs. L. C. Fisher and Mr. Mill, says tho market for stretch yarn la everbroadening.giving Mrs Virginia t I Dowersox. prefer to wait until hs la 8 or 0 Academywhich
    I ----- -- ----- --- president of the northeast district It I was hither than Inothers I
    and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Fisher, Mrs. Irene Wain*'right had month. old Aa In the ease of the Is in
    female, the I'f'raUon11\ It was found to lit especially
    of the B PO. Does and (! causeher
    Jr.. attended a Fisher family her daughter and son.in-law, I there was a family reunion lisle's family. There were thirty Mrs. Via of Sanford to be gender, plessanter to low In farm arm I Its first year j

    reunion on November 22nd, Mr. and Mrs. Euel Walker and :I with some fit, relatives nine members of the family Betty have around, soil more tractable, | The amount of installmentdebt of operation.The .

    in Jacksonville at the homeof their children Clint, Janice : attending from this area, present. Drove No. ISO, were the guests The unaltered l mature tom haa astrong In Clay County, the three-
    on
    of the Green Cove to and fight,
    Springs
    Mr. and Mn. Fred Cheater and Kenneth of Cleve. had urge ruoi week gener-
    TrapCIKRCII Mrs Stacy Geiger asher baals of the national .
    Drove No. 1)8. Tuesday and often apriMi the wall or itudy.Is
    land Ala. as guests over the I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Col. guests on Thanksgiving on furniture producing a vile odor estimated at 1890 per fsmllyThis Marches al training
    NOTICE holiday week-end. On Thanks- man, their daughters Darlene her slater, Mrs. Haul DeShong evening Nov. 17 As the experts at the Purina Is the overall course, with II state, county
    CHRISTIAN SCIENCE A dinner given in their IVt Care Center know, It ia I average
    was notlru.
    : I and municipal officials tr -
    and Gall of Sanford, were and Mrs. A. D. McVeigh of
    Some famlllea have at all
    altered Ireoma ftanil none
    SOCIETY honor at the Qul-SI-8sna at that rats I rolled Is the final one schedule. .
    Cor. E. Houston St. A the weekend guests of Mr. Jacksonville. t SO o'clock Attending the l senile, A eat becomes tat so that, among thoae that do, .
    for thla Other
    year courtea
    and Mrs. E. C. Rawls and from overeating or lack of ei rcine. >
    N. Magnolia Ave. dinner were: Mrs. Ethel Snyder .. the average la somewhathigher .. .
    family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herron Rather than becoming will be offered next .r.MurrhM.
    GREEN COVE SPRINGS president; Mrs Dorothy nil*, the altered eat drvvlopa. a In day and night
    and family of Tltuavtlle, were
    pleasing personality The grand tetal of Install
    FLORIDA Mllberger Mn. Velma Luaaon. more !
    USE Mr. sad Mrs. Warwick Kenney reccent guests of his mother a hrltrr companion, an.I"1, ment debt In Clay County, classes, studied methods of In.
    Mrs Barbara Geiger Mrs .11
    Subject
    vestlgatlni all major crimes
    and their daughter Karen, Mrs. Beulah Lucas.
    December 6, nit .: cIZiST: :,:. spent the holiday weekkk-end Freda Chancey, Mrs Mary I t lof last. year, la placed at 1351.000. ,- and of tho presentation evidence -

    GOD THE ONLY CAUSE I ,.cljS In Savannah. the guests of HCNTLEY'8 SUCCESSOR ON Jane Fupkln, Mrs. Mamie BRYANT NAMES: MR. run I In court
    AND CREATOR Priest Mrs Ethel: Eddy Mrs I I To meet the regular repayments
    their 8On.ln.l.w.Mr. NAMED
    daughter and COMMISSION
    Etta: Hendrtcks, Mrs Mandy Mrs Edward E. Platt, Of on thla sum takes over
    and Mrs. Ernie Shumate. Governor Farris Bryant has I I
    named Walter 0, Odum to the Rogers of Orange Park; Mrs Green Cove, has born namedby 13 percent of the net dlapoa- SHOP I
    Clarke Tomes Mrs. Wanda able Income locally, or approul-
    Oovarner Ferris Ilryant to at
    Nancy Kelly, daughter of Board of County Commissioners
    Novae, Mrs. Dawn McCormlck mately tit per month per
    14\ Helm Mr and Mrs. Waller Kelley, to serve the uneiplred term the County Library Hoard I
    The regular meeting heldat family HOME
    spent the Thanksgiving noil- of Louis L. Huntley who his was Mrs Plstt. a daughter of
    the Elks Lodge at I o'clock Have the American people I
    days with her grandmother been elected. to the State Leg
    Moateaaes for the aortal hour Oeorge F Davis, succeeds Mrs gone too heavily Into debt .
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    Mrs J. D. Scoggln, of Greenville ialature. .
    FI1JeraHOIJc who which followed were.: Mrs heresy Robinson who ....lln..1.The There la much dlaeuaalon about
    8 C. The New oommll lon..r.
    la said to have been one of Dawn McConnlrk, Mrs Veins bond l la hrsdexl by II at the present time In banking ''
    Luaaon, Mrs Oinny Carswelland and credit. elrrlea. The
    CHARLES HELM: ( Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dobaon more then two down candl Davla Brown of Orange Park I con I' RADIATOR
    Daisy aenaua Is that It has not reach.
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    had as their guest for Thanksgiving dates, wee recommended for Mme Fisher
    rr 1 ii Funeral Director --- --- -- ed to high a level However, I .
    Mr. Dobaon'a mothr.Mrs. the position by the Governor'spatronage 1
    no on. will venture to how CLEANINGand
    say '
    Martha Dobaon. of Me- dispenser In the OP LIONHI.A4 rA"IIIc) ORANCiKWOMANH PARR I ;

    I f l ti Phone\ $4.91! ;Ir( Rae Oa. Countylie SHOW DtOMrUR:: 1 run high It ran safely go
    Commission I As a National industrial Conframe .
    resigned from the .
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    The Orange Park Lions ladles ,
    GREBN con WRING, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs George<< Car more than Iwo years will rf'HntMI, annual The Orange Park Womai' ( Hoard official put It REPAIRINGGUARANTIED I

    IIVVT. II EAST ? .. . P. O, BOX 445 lisle were boas on Sunday of ago breauno"of tlio press of fakhlflti show tonight, IV*.' I Club will huJi) UM/) .miuu>) "1Io! lgn, ,as Imwus Contour wJ

    a family reunion of Mrs: Car. private business at I o'clock at the clubhouse. Ctirlstmas Program IfceemberI i Ito I rue\ the high debt level WORK
    -- - at I pjn at the clubhouse, I shouldn't cause much trouble
    Jo willpresent
    Jean "en Fashions i
    The trouble start when we
    Mrs. J. Hamilton Itoulware .hot.ptlY.a.d
    the show entitled "A I
    the audience last I'have a '......Ion."
    Fashion Fair for Holiday .c't IK CIIMIInmlropoir
    Flair" year with her ohglnial story I I A further favorable note Is

    Donations will be 1100 and I! will be the speaker, contained In a report show
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    tickets may be purchased hum >'""r riuU+Ater t
    any LJonella or st the door LirFour.
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    Attend There will be doorprtse and II now

    refreshments will be served.
    Clay County PropertyinA

    VAN NESS
    MRN. JANE r. OHIO* I

    Services for Mrs Jane P
    Chllda. who died Monday In frank W. Brown BUICK PONTIAC, "

    f CHURCH SERVICES l. Lake rweet HI. were ball

    at II o'clock Saturday, Nov, A4 AaeoesWR.gb4.rod 411 Green 0"Cofo'... Arouse
    HpHag
    II. in at Johns Episcopal 1 Keel. Estate Broker -.
    Phase ........
    Church. Bauabury, Conn. The Ilil .,... Ri.b'e., If Osage PseU .
    ... .... Ilea hiss)
    family requested no flowers.
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    end that Contributions be aentto
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    Mrs. Chikta. the widow *f

    George II, CMMa. had recently

    I boon a resident of Lakevtlle.Conn. .
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    The Church of Your Choice Mater 8he, of leaves Mrs lab Laura a Forest son,rtckens.Melvin; end of PEarl s The Buicks


    Croton-on-Itudaen. N y HnfUl

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    \ J. SlATER SMITH I Electni 225'n and deck IUvicr The Uuick.i I I.rwM

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    This is sponsored by the tl Meet Ornate

    G.-. Cove ..**..*
    Van Ness Buick-Pontiac Inc.
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    Springs Company

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    I M H C & Penney Farms Setters! to the I 1Thitvr Norton Speaks For! SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTSHELP

    (Continued from page One) YOUR HOME TOWN GROW!'
    Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MTERS. Phone SZl-Mll Johnson Technical Training -
    To The Crescent: sire and coaching. To make School. Inc. _
    The November meeting of the nual Reception on the night of Both these choruses are un Reference Coach Montrom.el'1" football Interesting to students, For purposes of Incorpora -
    Woman's Christian Temper I the 23rd and left early the next der the direction of Clarence recent comments
    on his certain leadership qualities lion a temporary three-mem- Pool'sgELFSEBVlCK
    ance Union was held on Nov. morning They are favorably Carter Nice Jr. The accompanist Clay High football team. Great must be shown and If some ber group was set up with H Don
    24, in the lecture room of the impressed with MHC and are was Mrs Amelia Smith I'
    I Jumping Alligators I've heard husky, well-developed boy justdoesn't H. Everett u chairman, and
    Penney Memorial Church, with considering retiring here. They Sponsors of the choruses for everything now. [ like to play football Ben. JohN and Z. W. Hamilton COIN IAUNDBT
    the president Mrs. Helen have gone south in Florida and Gulf Life are Mrs. Winifred heard Houston Owen Cow
    I I've coaches making I don't thing he should be M incorporators, Everett ia palmetto *
    Springer ldlnl. The opening will be back shortly. They are McKinley and Thomas R. Mil.
    pre
    excuses for losing seasons for classed as "chicken" or his also chairman of the Bradford
    "When the roll I. called Lutherans. I Open t! noon' Every Day
    song ler.Mr. as long as I can remember grades affected. County Development Authority.
    up yonder" with specol arrangement Nice and his singers/ were but never have I heard it laid I I I wonder what the Dad andMom's A. J. Thomu Jr was retainedfor phDco-Bendlx Machine
    led by Mrs. M. O. I Mrs Karen H. Kiser was delighted extended hearty Invitation to ''to money before. I I Club will do for the the legal work In connection Double Hwi" J5cI- H'18to1' Lea41& U.EVERYBODY .
    Bobbins, was followed with by a visit from Mr. and come again, next year, and they From some of the remarksI've other sports u compared to with Incorporation. Fluff Dryi IN
    by Mrs Ann Sutton Shaw and Mrs seemed to want to
    prayer Mrs Herbert come. heard from students and football. The permanent contracting WELCOME!
    At the business session, re Flossie Smith of Richmond Hill, parents I don't think the sea I i I further believe Mr. Helms agency will be composed of a
    ports were given by Mrs. Agnes N.V.. who were returning home The Thanksgiving Day aerv son would have been any different ', has been giving oxygen to the seven-man board, Including
    Forlaw and Mrs. May Orr after a vacation In Florida, Ice will be conducted at 9:30: even if he had a coach '. wrong people. After all, Coach I three members from Clay

    Mrs E. R. Brown presented o'clock by the Rev. Percy. R per player, plus twice his pm. the players are the ones get- County, three from Bradford -
    Mrs Karen Kiser. who openedthe The Thanksgiving Day worship Batchelor, In the Penney Me. ent budget.I I I I ting the back of their laps and one at large. The County THE NEW DIMENSION IN ,
    devotional period with service In the Penney Me. mortal Church. He will apeakon believe' the three essential plastered Commission In each county

    prayer Her theme, "Wonder. mortal Church as very good "Forgetting to give thanks: to a good team la material de. George Weeks will be asked to appoint the iCflt,4/i'; LIGHTWEIGHT PORTABLE TV!
    ful Words of Life" was taken I service and attended by a good The Rev. R. S. Chalmers will - - - - members of this board. It is
    from Col. 3:16: and her Insplra- Batchelor'a be the I
    congregation Rev preacher at the 11 o' hoped that this can be done at
    tionat talk closed with the sermon waa most interestingand clock service Sunday. Special Clay CountyServicemen
    t I I I CLAY HIGH PTA meetings next week so permanent -
    thought "the world Is hungryfor appropriate because he had music at this service will be a officers and an administrator .

    freedom to know the words I had a pariah in Plymouth. soprano solo by Miss Cheryl The Clay High School may be selected at the Admiral
    of life" Mrs E. L. Ferris sang Mass, and told much of Interest Hutchlngs of Green Cove, PTA will have its December meeting tonight./

    the solo "I would be true" with I about the Pilgrims. From granddaughted of N. F Catch. meeting at 8 o'clock next Purpose of the training cen-

    Mrs O. E. Sutton the window In his study he pole. Monday night In the school ter will be to train young men 13* |
    1st acrompan.1 I could see the hill where the cafeteria. Hervey Robinson, (mostly high school dropouts) ,
    Reports of the I original Pilgrims who died In The Rev and Mrs. T B. Clca. I president of the group, said In vocational and technical

    Convention, held In I that first severe winter were ver left Tuesday to take Mrs, the Clay High band would ikllla. The training centers are
    Daytona Bench, ere then given I j buried. And he spoke of the Janet Frost to Lakeland, to present a program of Chrtat- being established under the

    by the three delegates who attended l very email number of Pilgrims visit the Ernest Potters for + la mu music Economic Opportunity Act of over '
    \ all seulons. Mrs. Brown left alive after that first winter, Thanksgiving The Cleaverswill 1964, sometimes known as the s !
    poke on the colony, 6 miles 4if I remember correctly, have lunch with Mra. Me -Anti-Poverty Bill." 1
    south of Ocala, where men have grown into this great nation Queen The same day the Cleavers I 30% more I ___L
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    have gone to escape the "drink of many millions. went to Sarasota to visit RBMUGE
    habit" and have become "new I Mrs. Cleaver's sister and hus \ GM Preview

    creatures" and said donations The regular meeting of the band. They left there I
    yesterday viewing I
    <(Continued< from page One) :
    are needed especially men'sshoes MIIC Association will be held to have Thanksgiving dinner ,
    SALEThe late a suitcase with "a mindof :
    and sod stuffs She also I Dec 7, 7:30: p.m. There will bea with friends at Port Char Its own" as the lecturer explains
    spoke of the successful LTL
    vote on the Revised Const-! lotte. area
    Green Cove Springs how today's plans, ships
    Day Camps for Negro children I tuton. Your attendance Is
    I at Dradenton and Manatee, II Junior Womans Club will holda and missiles are safely guided -
    a.e
    urged. On Nov. the Tit lime' ciklitrt! k i
    Penney Rummage Sale on Saturday, along predetermined courses
    and that to
    they are hoping
    I IPte lilt II II""I
    hold a ramp for a week next Farms Sump Club met at the Dec. 5, from ( am until noon Students will also see the
    summer I The Rev. J. W Crelghton home of Miss Deal with 13 on the VIA Patio. Exploding Wire Phenomenon. The PLAYMATE 13 .
    will be the preacher at the members present. Lloyd E. Chliholm. Using the principle of stored Model P01304
    Mrs. Springer told of "The
    Bank Financing
    Morning Watch"' and reported i Penney' Memorial Church worship After a brief business mt'et.Inr son of Mr and Mr. RobertA energy a 10-watt power supply 2ontaichasslawithl4,000volts Rugged prteillonerlft.d horl-
    ArrangedwrapictureparoundpewseonUrutalou
    aervlce, next Sunday at conducted by the president, Stork of Oraniedale, .la furnishes over 30-mlllion Rigid stetl
    from the address by Mr"j''II o'clock.At Mrs. Ackerman, the program serving with the 70th Arm. Little Clawififd AJlHrinfj watts In an Instant to demonstrate Low Interest Rates

    Frances Maloney, State chairman, Mr Oracey, Intro. red Division at Munich Hit IIfmill# to the electrical disintegration Front,mounted Alnico V sp akr.
    Gent,
    The
    Friday afternoon and Retractable carrying handle
    evening sessions were reportedby the Annual Reception for ducted Mrs. Coker who read avery Germany Ill* father retied U frt, Try one and of a fine wire. This phenomenon

    Mrs. Bobbins who described new members Monday night, Interesting and Informative this year after serving il Nl'tI"" rnlr, ,.,! may someday propel
    the following were Introduced paper on "The History of In the vehicles.
    Navy space
    Mrs Fred J. Toore, the National persons yean Now Admiral Stool. New PracltlM All S2.C.n.lb.adrklwr.Tab.l
    Mill Lulae E, Bol Florida as Found on Stamps. Other Previews demonstrations Cr (l4 Ncriimlil UNFYNFWld
    President as vivacious' CHM.UHorltont.l Ru.ptlalaluminla.d '
    lens the Rev Winfred B. Cole, Among the stmsps mentioned I Include examples of the .angl. 510'
    and her tuba 1 dtilin I } "Suptr"
    addreu
    inspiring The
    "ten year' 'plan was outlined Mrs. Ida Ferguson Mr, and were the famous flack Jack fun AT THE Fm\\ wonders of modem chemistryand Iormanarp.r:., undls.. '. for tools niir eptrc.ry a plus d""t.J:: / tuntr
    Mrs Irving W, Foster, the Rev. of 1883 honoring Andrew a capsule history of jet tort.d Plct".1 r""il!IMlurpiiMd: ( ..Idml.12lIop.nd.
    and
    members were urged to en. I III111 bod UHF lunar for
    roll one new membe reach year, and Mrs Herbert W Gee, Rev Jackson for whom the City of The New York World' g propulsion traced from 200 B.C. maximum plcturr' .
    and to contribute II00 a year and Mrs, Roger S. Ouptill Mr Jacksonville was named. Folr It e* o cllng! oIvr mfa. to futuristic gas turbine power pulling powtrl
    and Mrs. Elmer W, Munsell From the Famous Americana
    lot of leagues at the
    each of the next ten yearsMia .
    Miss Gladys L. Nichols, the Series of 1B40 Stephen Foster, Tower ef lobol. Some 74covnlrtel Il I' ::1. ABG-TV"INC.
    Sarah Foy served as I'ff tliv) (VnjMi/iYf// ; /.* ,
    the first ere rtpriontd,
    Rev and Mrs Herman song writer to deal
    member hostess and presented each Noyes, Mill Irene P. )' 'L.I with the Negro aa t person, although Including 24 Independent fur quiil rrnullf.# I )'v 11/1'1// Idlewlld Ave Green Cove Sprint
    present with literatureon
    cewnlrltt In lh. African
    "De One In A Million. I Miss Anna T. Pole, Mr and there Is no certainty pavilion. The Fdr's them r l lit' Hiiririsrd' ff ill results Phone memTHE
    The Mrs Lynn Sheldon, Mrs Once that Foster ever saw the> Su. A t 1standing" s .
    next will beheld "foot ThrovgS Undtr-
    meeting -- -- - ------ ----
    in the church sanctuary N. Skoog, Mrs, Ethel 8. Btagg wane River, John Jamea Au. -It very apt, ? "e (1
    WOOl! dubon who painted the ( I
    on Dec. 11. with devotions by and Mlas Dora B. tropical ,,, WC r. Sr +

    Mrs.Christmas Marshall Story Merlam by Mrs and C. A.a At the Quit-Life program birds 1847 of Florida.In a stamp. was issued fM l }, FUTURE! OF OUR; im&3, !

    Miller at Penney Memorial Church to mark the dedication ,ot the
    night there was I special solo Everglades National Park '
    And H the 70 mill! II
    you'to **
    by Mrs. Barbara OJeda one of In 1961: came the stamp hon among
    We congratulate Mrs. It Americans who' J the Fair dur sap <
    P.
    ring t
    Project t
    Mercury launched
    their leading members *
    Plimpton soprano a t q . on reaching her Mth and a musical novelty by from Cape Cinaveral on Feb. { abl to eat In virtually
    'birthday on Nor 2.. She looks Mr. Antonio Altlcrt. Mrs L .hearty and well M Usual da Weatherford was also a so* Mrs. Coker aIM mentioned { for thol potentates, Mwf -
    0 lolita. chances In the Florida State r \ walln natives, French ,

    The Rev, and Mra Howard A feature of the programwas Seal which had taken place + gavrmeti with-an anybody ad- ,

    IU>rm of Chester, N,1L visit. the apprannet of the since 1141. venturous palal
    rd MIIC over the weekend of Oulf Lift Men's Chorus their The December meeting will It being served
    Nov 32: They attended the An. first public appearance N omitted. The next meeting I j In mar Mon 100
    1 will b* on Jan. II at the) horn ( itauraitll..

    of Mr. and Mrs. Oraeey In
    I l a
    v't.r The Rev, and Mrs. Perry R
    Batchelor had aa visitor from

    "' A HOllUJ r ; nitdtrpnit, Conn, lat Wed- ,rISINYOLJR
    ( needs, Mf and Mrs, Frank C 1 .
    l ,.ate t) UUI; I
    ,t; I Hardy, former parishioner of
    .f.?A'l 'IIIW r Mr. Batchelor at one of hi' 'I tI

    Bridgeport churches T h ,
    I
    W \ aEU'2\
    'I. ?wI I Ij broutht. their daughter withthem. For o sob, caev*.ll they to nafwi atme I I HANDS ]
    I'
    i.:.: ,'. ,,' Fair; vie travel check (ram Pint W"4Feb
    . ,: < ", NaHanal Cry lonll.rKa only bank at tt>o
    j / ;, Mr and Mra. William A. ,Yes can **y emd cash *.m anyoltWnol'l r I
    IWnlit have returned to MHC *.(*, he bank I Is light i. the spar ... I
    ,< y .1 I I.il/d l lCLKO Mr. Benltt la rrrovtrlnir from to eats yw caopUi*banking wi'Ic.s.

    hta heart attack experienced' In ,
    if : HOUS) ) ()\'H Utl'TtUI: ,() northern Minnesota Follow I Follow Smokeys A-B-Cs

    i Qul.Si.Sana, Hotel Irwn ( tn'e Int doctor's order, ho la work PARTRIDGE

    Flans .....111 Par Appointment Ing hard at taking It *MT 111

    Always hold
    fIRC1L matc/ics fill cold ,
    rn' "

    It COTNEY I HAS The MELTING November mats', of WELL DRILLINGa" ( r}, -tficn break in two .

    / the foondm Circle of tie COMPANY : .

    TIRE I Green Cbv* Spring Garden IMCI ors Be sure you drown all fires :':;
    Club warn held al the home ol 2" THRU 6"

    rl 1 f SERVICE Mrs Cart M PutnbauM on out:" cold! ..
    Thursday, November 19 Mrs IOU AND AimiAM WILLS

    I M B Argo prwlded ow Uv ,...... W" 14-iuJhi ". '.
    C'... Park K M laatrtMei ..,II rnttUnr Crush all smokes dead ittr '

    KV I-MU or KV 4ltllrr Mrs P. P, Cowsrt and Mr ELECTRIC rUMPS A
    ( A. V, Thlbault wm CO hmtMal ash
    .. WATER SYSTEMS \ an tray!

    Mra W W lvy "rr**.t>t4>4 a
    l1w ftRESIj program on HortiruHuro.lTnUd Shp F. H. A. TERMS 1 i I

    I the subject In a now) iI i

    and InlfmUnt way by turv, I: ,;

    . a |k* MutW-4 .. IW LAROMT1W the mrmory of Uv member Sw
    on th4r. 'now"*' ",, ef hortlcul G.
    .tril) Mtor Millt-r Tint Auloli' U.'tc'nrJt1UcAPI'D'tQ lure gatn-4 throw-h yer ol : t J ''fl/JI" '
    Club wotk. Ribbon vor** II .
    0 Rll1ltEAplNOREPAIRING *... re.n(.J to 'N winner f I I',t '
    I. ",, Thanes J. KtM' and Call lONei DdlAMCI I
    Un. Mat Gpwart.DurtM >... M4M pie "
    .. and ill -- -.--- V.SIM
    lh* triof bushnu.**>' r-
    ou.n t: I'AUKJM l 'I awn shirk followed Sirs C B 1389-14381 ;i ,ease Only you can pry:'sli ;'

    ....* was accepted a* a *aat>.
    Klnrlair l LSlallon\ Utwttl l Sfrri l"I bee. JI.1I1 OA M a .ArlO".t&
    WArt fUuocw101W1
    The Out b1M plan a rum* : forest fires
    Pow ......n HYDE ClOY AVI.( ,I IQIauutp Ii
    Vi.L ylglway It nut sale *. DarMbff It..** I
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    TIICRSDAT, DECEMBER I, 1M4 l Clay{ County Crescent: PAGE FIVE



    r New A&P Area Distribution Center Opens Today New Lake.h'- and television tend to believe programs.We that. the

    Image, created by Eddie, also

    The real Atlantic A Pacific South Carolina,Southern Georgia until 5 o'clock. Six of the newest has Its place in the industrialization
    ea Company'i mammoth new and Florida with their t type ACL freight cars will ; plans for Green Cove
    ood distribution center will be meat requirements and approximately be on display on tracks inside ,. ft' Springs\ Could it be possible
    veiled today with formal dedication 118 stores in these the new facility on Sunday r 4-H Club that he, and other local youth,
    ( ceremonies and a prep areas with their grocery needs point up advances in the transportation . ahould have an opportunity to
    'w showing for Jacksonville's "This multi-million dollar investment of food products ?* meet with some of the representatives
    business leaders and members Is another indicationof News of prospective Indus
    pf press radio and television AP's confidence in the continued i j try: '
    The new center occupies a I growth and develop. E. S. Gustafson J -- -

    : -acre site lust east of t1. S. ment of this area," he added '
    Highway No. 1 at Hilton and I "And it will serve as a model Weds Girl 1- -,
    Streets Georgia I The recent Issue of the Cres- I recent Greater Jacksonville
    |west 45th being served for efficiency in the food distribution I Agricultural SN
    ,\ the Atlantic Coast Line field for years to 1 cent containing many statements and Industrial Fair
    Miss Myrtlce Ida Tanner '
    by prominent leaden
    Railroad. I Recently Eddie
    come. was \guest
    Ground was broken for the I A unique luncheon for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert I |I concerning the ItlustrUlif.ttion speaker at the annual ml'f'tlnal
    T. Tanner of Nlcholla lot
    the $4.5 million facility In October group will be served aboard I Green Cove Springs was of the Florida Council of Florida I
    Georgia and Edwin Sherwood
    of last year. A. D. Bar- : two Coast Line dining cars and most heartening- Cooperatives. last merit
    Oustafson. Jr.. son of Mr. andMI'I.
    We wonder If there la place
    a
    Iratt: vice-president in charge two lounge cars placed inside I Eddie spoke, to the annual moetIng <<
    I the Jacksonville unit of the Edwin S. Oustafsonu were within the realm of public relations of the Florida I
    of the new meat warehouse at the Farm bureau I
    united in marriage Friday,
    on
    I Atlantic Pacific Tea r for come of our young Federation. Also
    his
    Great center especially for the oc I on Itenerary
    Nov. 27, in Nicholla, Oa., with 'citizens
    to participate In this
    I Company said that the distr. casion. have been several allC'aklnl
    bastion center will serve over I' Open house for the public the Rev. Charles W. Burgess, lake Aabury, a new 190 acre lake totaled three miles | Industrialisation drive We engagements\ before' annual I
    pastor of Nlcholls Baptist Mlddleburg. Is scheduled to be flooded sometime think soTake SHOP'I I tI
    160 stores in lower coastal will be held on Sunday from IISlue southeast ef county -JI banquet'
    Church offic1aU this month. The County's large! man-made lake, it U I Edward Taylor for an 'Qt
    The couple plan to reside in Coming up are many engagements ,
    located In a tract of IDS acre owned by Aibury lake, Inc. i example. I II ; the Annual,
    I meeting of
    Green Cove Springs. and will be fed by springs and two drums and will, In turn, i During his first six months I Florida Electric Cooperatives" 4- I HOME,
    Waves Outclass DevilsThe feed Black Creek only a few feel away Development ef !I.. president of the Florida 4-1! I it Club Day. Florida State PairHOWS
    COLLEGE STUDENTS: HOME the lake was undertaken, the Rev Thomas D. Ryan, Jr.. |I Club Council he hits had many I
    -
    Blue Waves of P. K. The beginning of the second FOR HOLIDAYS cierwtlve director of Wesley Manor la provide a 109-acre I opportunities to project the -
    Vonge scored in all four quart. half is something that Blue Among the students home youth camp site for ace of the Jacksonville dlntrlct ef the Image of OI'ff'ICove Springs THE TIMES
    i-rs and went on to defeat the Devil fans just don't like to I' for the Thanksgiving holiday Methodist Church Building lot. are to be sold around the through his many appearances{ till
    Blue Devils of Clay High 270. talk about. On the opening' from various unvertlties and lake front. various functions CHICKHEATING
    P K. Yon e drew blood with kick-off one of the Blue Waves I!I college were: Mike Mainline Florida Power and tight RALPH MILBERGERfor
    [ 1 49 left In the first quarter as monster men grabbed the ball I 1 I Furnam University; Sandra Company was host for the ..11 rae
    Ronnie Hanson sprinted 20 on his own 30 yard line and Taylor, Florida Southern; Marsha . Council's first meeting where
    verde on a reverse. The point raced 70 yards Into pay dirt. Turner. Georgia Southern; Eddie had an opportunity to !I' I"l"II'II'X'I'" ; KXI'KIITSKKVli'K: ;
    after touchdown was good and Hanson scored the extra point, Olen fledge, Hendersonvllle meet with company official I
    the score stood ,.0 In favor of and the score stood 200. The I I State College; Roger DeWItt Eddie presented the annual 4. : :
    the Blue Wave. first threat of the game for the Lakeland Junior College; Annette I II Club Report' to GovernorBryant
    I The Blue Devils stood their Blue Devils halted as the Dev- Zellner, Jimmy Zellner, and the State Cabinet,. SYSTEMS on nil nmkt'H ofIIKATKItH
    own ground in the second I its fumbled on the Blue Waves Robert Conkey, Gary Clark. t Eddie represented 111 at the
    quarter until a Call from the four yard line, with first and )| Jackie Newell Florida State I : :
    officials, making the Blue Devils I goal to go. University; and Bob Bradley, ALMOST t:.iSIKKTHIN :
    give up the ban The Blue With only 3:59: left in the Nella Webb, Lenard Showalter, 1 lAKMNfl: IT 9 H, Palmetto. Street
    Waves marched to the Blue'', ballgame Tommy Hanson raced I University of Florida. I Two Green Cove youths who Oren Cove Hprlnga
    Devils four yard line, and three 35 yards off tackle for the last quit work I lest month at Gua
    Home rhone 1I<.I7Rlluilnew
    plays later scored on a pass touchdown of the evening. The i i I tafaon's Dairy are being held
    play that was knocked down point after touchdown was I TRY A SMALL AD under. 12.000 botult after pleading i rhone nt.UIISEE
    by a Blue Devil; however, an good and the game ended 27-0. guilty to charges of brrak
    alert Blue Wave man was in Eddie Peeplrs. senior full leg and entering --- -- - -
    the end zone waiting for the back and linebacker for the I I FOR .f According to Sheriff John
    pigskin. The point after touchdown Blue Devils? played an outstanding Hal], Roger Hopper{ 20 years
    __ ..1:' .. tt
    filled and the score at game on offense and I ; old and John Sharp. It, broke
    half-time stood in favor of P. defense. He also was voted the BIG RESULTS A vlew.f Black Creek from (he Std..t dam which has Into a rear entrance to
    K Yon,e. 130. outstanding player of the week. I tern built U form the lake which will have a depth .( IS hugh's Drug Store last YOU ATEchie's
    feet. The preliminary engineering survey en the property day night. They art M."I
    was done by James U Norris agricultural engineer and have taken |M In cash;
    Allen l.attlnicr, County toil conservation agent. radius, two wrist ....uhf''.. SO
    - --- -- -
    -- - -- --- --- cartons of cigarettes and an e.,

    the IMVH AND lNN'Tl I OHCHHHTMA aortment of other Items Moat
    More on way prrorr; fur Ch,' MAIIINH of the lot flC'f'11for| the money,
    ina Iu/jifl(**, Xrtnlu'lfi was recovered' by sheriff's drp.
    Green Cove Springs l\.tt Utica
    lit
    :every day t.tlp y, Call/1m'j" i' /"'. master Richard C. B M> point Following their. secret Bun INORANGEDALE
    out a fw "do's", and "donla"for day afternoon, the pair were
    x .-- -- -- Christmas mailings. arraign! before County Judge '
    MIKE KOMI,ONE IKrTT I Pack parcels' solidly for Thomas J. Rivers, After their
    '
    Thanks for waiting '
    \1"IASSr.OOlIAR are less chance of damage In transit guilty pita they were bound \
    the only rocmeUcs fine enough ever to Ctmilt Court
    U earn the euludve end.r... i I I :I VM "local and "out-ot.
    mint ef the Roelely of Makeup town" separation bends to I
    Your wit for one of these veto 1965 Chevroltts Is about orer-and, we leant to ArtUls the eiperts lad move mall faster Bands are -e--
    cetmetle style setters far T.". available at Pot office or let*
    ,
    !thank you for your patience. Come see us now. When you get behind the, wheel! Mage sad Motloa rtcturre, I r ter carriers FREEI:

    you'tt be glad you waited ,n'IASSr.OU" ). l.ng I S, Nail packages by Dec I USE In" 1 AI"., /Vop.Meet" -
    'T.,:1 I ;" [' rN I the. darling I I ef fashionablemen. J I for out.of-to...n. Mark on It 1 cmu :",:
    ... with an swsrenrto of I "Do Not Open Until Chrtitmas I erns I
    the this and Ike smart are ."
    happy about the new. es- ill lust
    very I 4. Insure package - ------ --- ----
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    -- -- -- -- --- -- - --- -- - --- -
    riling werdreke. ef MOOIIARIII to be on the safe side I

    OR MEN ., I Be sure you have the cor. I I
    Make .._... ettrenwlyArrr rent ad .. (..rt.I...* McrnJitg.iASSr. I* .legible. I
    ' !\ vUMHMMII baa 9. Address package on only
    ,mrb8pwtC M ever 14 ..,UII" glfta .U se. ..e *... Also have address ,
    left rr.mFrlresvv on Inside of patkege In the I
    It': longer, wi&cr tower J H'g swankier, more spacious. You could! ? |.... t4 up,-Gut event wrapper U eamagodT I C1ou4Coin
    65 Chevrolet mistake it for an rspcnaive cur-if it ",'non't (lot the price "rapped and lUeer.M VII Til* ZIP COnK II
    *e your ereVr NOW!! NUMBERS
    tew Ckri.Una. Item are long It Is eg|..ete4 that some I II [
    foal.KATtlltKN. billion pteee of mall will be. i
    At BUI delivered during the month off I I
    r O. Bos 1fiRIKN )c ir.ber by the postal serv.Iree .
    ('On srl'ta. At Mr Ihpp say "T lays''II
    I I r..... IH-Mll eulU Wt of ", aal"I
    -- --, ____ __ Operated

    3faGb. dNef C h

    CHOP DRY CLEANING
    IYnli-minted! atrlin,. \8' available with up to ass bps A 1IOltc1' I S lart
    65 Ch@Y@U9 '
    quieter nde. And it's as nujr-handUAf as ever DOWN ,


    I HEATING Coming SoonCLEANERS .

    -4 1kVaJuble & "

    4'w I I BILLS Sinclair .\T ..

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    Level cut yw healDif grads seen to the -e' wtfttfinSMtth
    Change new he MrvUirt Monthly fym.nt fUn 4It-r
    I thai Me yM .> -pynU eat *n easy, .*..e.i teM
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    w y pr pertrd f.. ......... er **rtl'"+ chaftos.eerroakM ,' ,594t,_ ) '\.:

    Clears new frw. fresh new mtnm A qutrtrr' andl'e'g aDtC'UUI KUT1l Of etar" J&DII'. esHabu Inhab. .
    65 Ch@ II with up tom: hp Tbrtt WM. ftnef a Intlp.fire. Rev helps yes eel .se. taNUI'f MRt' Moore. 1& fights l'udasd
    I, detest. glue yre .....' h wet, d..sn.t .... p.e Lt?:


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    Ii I a button and pops a whole week's food supply skills Into members of our working force,
    THE PROBLEMBradford L Into your market basket-fully cooked. young and old. On the other, we hear r'' 4ei I

    cries of alarm from men of good will who :
    and Clay County citizens are not Whether or not that's a completely accurate fear that our educational system will be : ,
    fully aware of the proposed Vocational look Into the future, the fact remains thrown out of whack by a concentrated I
    Training Center and so It becomes our responsibility that automation Is no longer just a shadow program of vocational and technical training _

    to state problem, in many on the horizon It's a significant force in at the expense: of the humanities, for ,/
    I ways the most' urgent of all that faces us. our economy and we'd better start vetting our non-college going youth. We also hear I II

    used to the idea. It represents progress; the cries of opponents to the proposed Job : I j
    I The problem may be stated simply as the it's here to stay, Potentially, It can be the Corps Vocational Training Center who fear '
    crisis In American education a crisis arisIng best thing that ever happened to us. ButIt '
    II an "Inbalance" In our society will result In I
    I here and'now from the Interaction of does mean change, and man Is a cantankerous locating a Training Center in this area '1 :
    a
    three treat historical forces: our technological creature who habitually resists II
    revolution, our population upsurge, and change even if he knows it's good for him. 80, one of the problems ahead-and certainly r ;,t,1YhJ ,
    the Civil Rights movement that has set 20 We are also kidding ourselves If we clingto not the least of our problems-will 'I ,
    million of our countrymen on the marchto the notion that this change la only goingto be to make sure that respect for the dignity '- :
    earn a better share In our national abun affect the Blue Collar worker. of the Individual and society Is neither : ; , I

    dance. Stated more simply, we are In a lost in the rush for technical knowledge --,. I
    race between the modernization of our eco No job at any level Is Immune to change. nor permitted to stand unduly in the way
    nomic machinery and the modernisation of There is a machine right now that can assemble of progress. For progress Is Imperative I
    our manpower And quite frankly, right management data and come up with
    now, manpower is losing the race. executive decisions There Is another that In summing up the problem .here's what
    writes Beatnik poetry.! A typewriter that we're facing The demand for skilled manpower w7nk+ II II'I
    At a time when over four million persons you speak Into that writes letters and we at every level, In management, production
    are jobless, and pockets' ef poverty, exist, given to understand that and '
    are soon, a machine distribution service Is Increasing
    the newspaper are thick with advertisements will be on the market which will faster than the supply, 'I
    for men who can hook up an electronic make politicians' speeches.

    I circuit, repair machine tools or auto By 1070, In just five years, 83 million
    mobiles, handle modern earh-movine machines < Luckily, most people can and will adjust Americans will be either at work or looking I
    I or even qualify for training In hundreds to the changes that are In store. But what for jobs. If they enter the job market I
    of new Industrial skills.I It Is a bold about the million boys who will drop out without the kinds of skills that are needed,
    I fact that more Jobs are looking for people of high school this year and hit the labor or without the ability to'' acquire those e IIIt:1

    than there are people looking for jobs. It market with little or no job aklllsT And skills, then they are going to be In deep '
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    Is no exaggeration tot. say that there wouldbe remember that these are more fortunate trouble, and our prospects for continued o
    virtually no unemployment today If those than the many others who never even economic growth and prosperity will be un ;
    four million jobless had the skill to match reached high school.: certain at best. 1 T I

    the needs of business and Industry, : etAtiolrr
    All of us are going to get hurt by such We're going to need university-trained
    The unfortunate fact Is that, for the most dropouts, because we're deprived of humanresources scientists and engineers, lots of them; but :
    part, the unemployed do not have those of human skills that our society for every one of them, well need many ii''
    matching skills, particularly our young needs to realize the full promise of ourtlChnolo.Ic.1 more technicians: and craftsmen to put '
    men who are entering the labor force today revolution. II you think their Ideas, their Inventions, Into practice, .1 .il.Itltf

    the high school and grammar school we're not hurt, then you haven been look The men who build, test, adjust, and repair il11
    dropout and the illiterates Ing at what Is happening In the steel, the automated machines and cemputers of 11 i

    The last time the government made a count, Chemicals, textiles and electronics Indus' to our economy as the professionals who 11I
    back In 1080, we had 45 million unskilled tries where It has become obvious that we tomorrow art going to be every bit as vital I
    Blue Collar workers out of a population of are rating! down badly on the job of mod create them. And we'd better make cer I

    180 million By the year 2000 our population cruising our labor force, Our economy Lain they are available i

    will be up to 250 million, but the experts Just lan't moving forward u It should,
    What are we going to do about It? This
    We're driving with one foot pressed down
    figure that there itlll will be only 4 6
    Is one crisis w'. can't, buy our way out of,
    Blue Collar jobs available-and just lm hard on the" accelerator, and the other Jammed I
    spine whit the competition will be lh.n 1 fur on the brake And, In addition, we're nor can we make It go away by wrlt.ln"an- I
    those jobs at the bottom level! paying for our errors through welfare programs other law although we are firmly convinced 11'1
    that require millions of tax dollars. that the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 I

    Many jobs will be eliminated such as the Certainly, our educators, our business and: as passed by the Houae and Senate and Introduied Ii
    "speclaliaf1 of a few years ago, who madea Industrial leaders are aware of the crisis by the Committee on Educationand ell,
    career of building little wooden structures although there appears to be confusion of Labor, does contain some bold forward I II
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    'I adorned with creacent-shaped ventilators voll'", steps! which may supply at least partial ,'
    I The marsh of progress finally retired him. solution to the problem. We've got to start 'I;

    In the year 2000 the ditch digger will! have On the one hand, we hear a clamor for 1mmediate right where most of the good things that
    been replaced by the power shovel; the expansion of all of our efforts to have been accomplished In this country [1

    I j night watchman of the next century will attract new Industry to our area to create .rted-wlth the local community, In our II
    be a robot guaranteed not to fall asleep on new Job opportunity, while at the same town and country, with the people who art
    I the job, and your grocery clerk very possibly recegnlslng the need to create training dots to the problems and are most directly I!
    I will\ be a console operator who presses. facilities to pump useful, moneymaking affected by them

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    THE The Bradford.day County area has an opportunity greiaea. In this school: we will need skilled UIIERE DO THEY COME FROM: WHY IIA\C Tilt SCHOOL HERE

    J SOLUTION nearly within our grasp to effectively vocational teachers, not necessarily college Host. enrollees will Initially come from an The economics of the program are greater 11 i

    << operate a Vocational Technical graduates h people who have the back area within 250 miles of this center: and than any business or Industry yet In ourarra ,
    d School thai can help IIOC'I.t0 better preSre ground the practical know-how to train will be recruited Into the programs by the In addition, we must remember thatit
    i.w young man of II to II years of age young men and help them find their placesIn Job Corps with the aid of many public and Is "our responsibility to be our brother's

    I fir productive jobs that chat today and the working world. private agencies.. and persons working with keeper" As responsible eltlstns. we should III1

    for new opportunities that will open before here too wt would hkt to emphasise the disadvantaged youngsters face problems squarely sod meet those problems .
    I them our technologies! revolution pan.I with whatever means at our disposal.
    ,I as practical qualities wt will\ need In our vocational -
    ARE THEY ClUMISAUI'The
    I Instructors. A physics professor Is here Is an opportunity to do something "
    educational been screened to meaningful helping Usual who need help I
    a mighty valuable man In our enrollees will have
    I blm teaching mentally retarded themselves, while at the lime time, we ,II
    structure, but wt tan t fathom eliminate\ those who are
    a claM In bricklaying It iant that we wantto or who have physical or personality defects bf'nttiounelftt economically, Many. additional

    ate fewer physicists In eur classrooms, but such aa serious criminal behavior, drug jobs and many dollars will be poured "
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    wt would like to are more craftsmen In ourvocation addiction alcohelism. homosexuality, or Into this area through such a procram. Wt 'I I
    and technical elaasrooma and behavior requiring psychiatric treatment) therefore, are hopeful that all CJUsens In II
    shops which would disrupt the program. However, this are* will agree to help and support :

    there' will be no deliberate aklsrunlng of the this program.. ''I'
    b 1 4 M Ii 1" la What we're after what wt must have, I* ,I
    a hr people with akllla to match the esquirements cream off the top. We also\ hope these of you who have signed "

    + of an expanding economy. Wt must WIUT ABOt-T: RtC: TIME? a petition opposing this school will reconsider
    r equip the dropout and the Illiterate with and ask that your name be removed I
    1t t 1 Some tune each: day win be alo..14hi:
    1 ed from such petition particularly It you were
    41 + + ,, trie baste educational tools he will to
    eti 'i h'a enroUeee to be alone or to meet with
    uninformed about the facts. :'
    aclueve' and hold a useful place In the
    friends Whether. enrollees .leave the renter I
    conoray ant this society It we hae tostart
    In the evening or on werk-enda, whether There who have already endorsed the program
    whhe three RsJhvft
    all over again
    there la a fence around the center, whenan are: The Bradford County Develop
    Wfk do It Wt have neither time nor InftAlIt.hor1tJ The 8urke-B..iIord
    1 enrollee. can go home what rules govern ,
    human resources to waste The proposed
    conduct at the center and off the cents County Chamber of Commerce?, Stoke
    Vocational! Training\ Center dues
    Job Corps
    wOl be determined by tbctoal center director Ministerial Alliance Burke Oman Club.
    provide some ana*.,.. .
    with the advice el bee Board of Resents: Btarte Rotary cub atarke! Uona Cob
    ? ARK TTOK3T4The nUnlOf: Bradford One Round-Table. Bradford
    4. gtG..lileg MHO RCfcS THE SCHOOL' Board of County Commlaaioner. Btarte
    1'a A* Corps, coal effer a VOLUNTARY
    RCS1DKXTIAL experience to u... your Aecordlne; to ftretion t4 of theCrorwcnie City Couacll. Bradford Children's Commit
    { tee. Blarkt Jayceet, Junco and Senior
    N f .MAN Aft of tm Rte rJared thai
    o+ 3'e'N persona age ftlXTUN THROUGH T< Womaaa Chubs The Business and Profess
    a" PJ.4'elaes1 TY-ONK: who want and need' a than** Inawlotenjiass noUUn tn tins Act such eRse federal CM-
    '? lionaJlfClawr,
    1" Club and many others \ao
    trot el Administration el aUucattoa or ef
    e : pelt nee. and aatocialMna Enrollment exuding individuals
    will lit limited ewepi In eaep- curriculum This clearly places\ the reaponalbUily many

    JM.icer Uonal rtrrumalan**.*, to those. who bate not ef control& within the hands el t hiI'OIItrvUnC The Bradford County Development Author

    'A / p v ?e A e''a L.e let lt.d w eonvplrud hUn school and for whom the ; a : 1 r rJ K-t1.Tiy Vhi ' regular vwatlonal.!, and trainiag ttusras of BradfoN-Qay sad ether Mar facts aivl solicIts yew support' to this effort
    programs have proven to be Inadequate and "y rounuee.TIIH. la tsnprete etfuutwnU and eeonemk eptwr

    i kAI tmpractwatleMIUY Sunup toe the Bradford-Clay ere*. If yv
    r ,\ . have any further queaUons' ptroae eontaet
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    : of the Jot Corps enrollees BCT Oomtnerc* st the Bradford Couaty Drvefap-,

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    UYE'R'S GUIDE l.t INN rmciiT CWIMT GP -IN THK'lllfl'ir- COl'RT OF

    CLAP OOl *T1'. rUUMlUAla THE r-Ol 11TH JI'IUCIAL CIR
    CHANCKKV CUT ,iK KLOHIDA IN AND LENGTH
    No. C-"" rot" CLAY COl'NTY INCHES

    R.ba pourer IIN.... PZLlltfWilliam .la CJi.n<'H'r -RPS'OF'

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    Roy Olbaoa IVfeadaalNOTICK ta R. tHOITIU.N( OF ,raN/e

    AIR OONDmOltDrO BEVERAGES or ill? I MCTlU.: .:VM1ULVO l a minoI5hTH'M ,
    I .WtlU: ESTATE: THB STATIC UP FWRIDA-4o I : OF \ FLORIDA'

    William$ Hoy .Ulbaoaim AiM>mo\ I'HorKKitiNna
    MILBERGER North .......Ua Jlrertrhlraca IN THKAJ4K; OP THE!: STATE EATS CWi.'f'TNI
    : Illlaola 'r nx>KiriA
    PAUL'SAU UN\\' REALTY jot ARK HKRJCBT NOT!. TO: SAW \VHALVO FRIfdIWATIR
    riKI that a alit? ,.. boon fUed 14:1: Louluili.'uu..
    REFRIGERATION acaln.l you In tao .... ealltlodulred .t "U
    Legal Bna&l" Hilda T. XethRealtor reu. and you are hwabr re You mil ph'... take. not Ire .KNOMA9
    to .."'. u..a ideJatl/fa last i'U&CEJo: MOHKH. J.L ONCE
    Open < A. )I. U 1 A. M. attorney ....0.. II... and ad sad M,\ICY K MoMKlt, hu.haa COMMO 7HOVGHUr I rut SNAILHAWK
    SERVICE dre. api.*ar b.r..... your written ... alt, .. ha,.. flM In tha l'l... FLORIDA NOwro '.pOA'LYAV

    Deal Coanty Une dff.n.et. If asp ao UM bHI cult roan ,,f liar ('ollnt,. Floe. A SMALL AKIA oFMA/rsx itt
    of eomalalal In all .. copy Ida. a petite' praylnc that a n
    "K ('....tt... *. Mofriaorottoo North .f Oraac Park j *Y &ENTAL SALES of which I. llvM-nd to yoUh.r.wilh. order mlnhi I hr mn.le arantlnIbom LAKE OKttCHOftl 0 CMS OFHUP
    ..dYytl.1 Ie">... oa nr before rwreatbor Iravo It. adept VICrUI't
    f 8. FatmetM Street '* ACREAGE 'ft LOTS II. A 1>. Itlt.Herein . 'UlAMlKLto ,.u, minor chit, ikERA4FS7 ItDfM'/f//r
    fall not or .""... pro slid I.u' err required to obi w PtOTSCT THIS RAE
    Home Fhene 214-m 110 ITS fonfpMO will be .n....... ...In.' Cs,.. "h> thr *..n.. .hoald all
    OUeldential CoaunertUlilodaotrial you for the relief ]> .r04 l ,la tke be a runted by ..,.,.,.* a eopy o' 8/1001,4-I O 1I:4tW LE AIrX
    Phone .
    flumes til-Kit bill of ': NATl'KK' OF HATO CUT Mare T J lennlna. Jr. aitu Il
    BKIVil. Kt>H DIVORCK' n., tar the ...t'"o.' ..,. .1 I*, t l PoVrfMooT f/fH-
    TV. APPLIANCE INLET MARINA 'B*rrtn Greater Clay >.atyKaUry ("'1'':A 1.1 tent 3JI IIr.." Cova Mprln. Men ix %W'D/frLfSNES1f
    NMTSKKX my fcntxl and Vh. FMr'40.( null by filing the 0,1..
    SERVICEWe hUe cell nf pu S Court at droea CovePnrlnn Inal! the,f,.? with tha Clerk of MAif BLACK 0 FEMALE
    MERCURY OCTBOUtDSMEKCRC1SER DnrliH. IM. l.th day the. c''.. nit" Court' of Clay County srtfAAED RROAW Jtt'A47
    Repair All BrandeSe'rrlrlivr DONE of Nnvrmber. A D "M Fiend.M, ,,r .before. the 111 day
    I 11J1:0UmC I. CARLi0LR.Clerk :. of Her. in her All. .lOIS aad the Ova or Clay Count SERVICE Of flee tit-mi Circuit OurtBv Tniir. .d., the hat day ef \\rremhei .
    For Mctecn Tear I Home msnaOraaje VI.Inn H ohm \ |II lull tt | o'.I..rlllIn
    BOATS TRAINEES !'!pate Clerkhnm T iinid d.io ta lha Pour
    Orange Park Ph. t445IS! j "' .. .
    AT*. L at Bay 8tOreea J. Riverattlnrnev Porn >r the "'lay County Court EVERGLPDEr
    for rialntlTf I""ee in ilreen Cove .. rln
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    OUTBOARD REPAIRllwy. mop ,Cere SprUcaLEOAt. I'd Rot IIIrn ritiris' hin h.en sat for Ih.

    'fULLERTON'SU'N. Or, Cove Hprlnae. FlnrlAn hp_r im ..' said! petition a"d yo U
    17 Orange Park Nov II. Uor. I. 111 are n. r.h,' notified to KTE;

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    Green Cove Spra. U...... >OTIC BIN Si I-.,. ". .", he r.ntrd
    IN TilE COCNTT 1VHOK
    I !MILK UtLIVERY CUl'HT IN ANI Ftll CLAY I .WITNTH1.I .t .. mr Pond and thel FLORIDA 6AM AND SXffM WATif FISH COMMIS91CHGC8
    THE CIKCTIT COURT OP COl'NTY njORVBA. .54'reap In flown.
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    Y4.thwu a H7ae4 I'IIrBI&8nCAnEY'S I CLAY l\MNTY lUIUlUA IN PHOIMTK.Nn f' M. pprln", Florida, this nlh
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    W. D. Morris No. 1041OLIYEIt In Re KSTATK or .,...LA . .
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    Distributor rlalntUf ftnricK or nT'tllI.: .. ofI.- .'.l'trrnlt. ,......|.. burl vi.rdItv JR. MOMANS; !
    FLORIDA TRADERS ra MIME t rrs.sr 4 ....
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    Oreon 'Cere -tprian, n.t4aJU'E.'IIaMMr"'a. AIJ jersey Milk MARHH.IJefend.at Nolho U hereby i 1 |I' |>epuy Clerk PAY OFF YOUR BILLS

    : .. TeL 214.3230 MITICH Of HIT I biro flliKt my feud. '. !* THR ('IHM IT IOIHT ttV The Oreen Cove Springs

    uu... Fer THK STATE OF .I..oIUltTu .petition for final dlerharge aaKierulrli l.tl slit 'TV. riOHIIIt
    .tOranf Ayraoe I KLLKN C. MAK8H.Ht. . of Ih. raids at Mtella 'In CHAMCKHYMl Junior Woman Club held
    TeL tM-1144 .. Woodruff Koad M., Ceefie. de...sa4; and thaton Mil their Repair Yaar Horn Root Addlllona, Aluminum
    HOME DELIVERY Ureenellle, Mouth Carolina the tl.l day ..( t>o..mnbor, I n '..11.", II Adklnt, llalnllff meetingon Tun day, November .
    Orantre) Park Siding, alOnn eta C.n..tldaU Your Debts
    YOU ARe!: HKHKUV!: MM 1PIEI IMI. I will' apply" ta tha Honor ". 1 T, with Mrs tXmild ,

    iBkadlnf(.... TeL SC4-ttJ7 CALL !<4'i A4* M-llCC thai a salt. h.. been filed ...1.., obi. Thomas J. Itlvora Ctmntyudi ...r.h R\: Adkrna T" '.nd", | Balm vice president. .ldln . Int. One Small Monthly Fayment.
    ar Ivu h In ike. above .mil.... caue.nd of Clay County, Florid Mirrit K: 0" II IT prr |
    JarksonvilleMaadlnr you. ere hereby reqmroj, I. for .pproval ..f Ltd' final report. THK aVATR <>F P'IAIttl'ATo14rah ' The club la
    planning a trip, PIN btlmaU: Fh.n. Celled JS4-IJ4J
    ') .tA''OeOlBa R4. ..r.. upon plaintiff attorney and for final diwhar.. a 1:em R Adklo.t *
    titrli' of the ..,.,. .f Htella 10 Bunland :I
    'lIu. n.lII. and ."'".. appear Mat ".r.h romlie.1I Training Center. in
    TeL 771.IM4 LaAiIL "OTU hereun your written d.f......, l"...,.. .. ....... all N 11.",". Ht. 3alneevtll. '
    WE TRADE W ANTTniNO If any, to th. blU of complaint II.,... thl. IMh Say of Noem 'hi.' ..". Illlnnle, They alao plan 10' JACK SMITH CONSTRUCTION! CO.

    1 1% Till!: 4101 irr Jtnr.E-a I. aid iult. ropy of whlth li her. IMI rnr AIIR HRitRnr!: NOTI hold a rummage ..I. on !>.<.
    OF'VALUE I0H4T delivered I. you. herewith on I.H.I.IAN O ORBWRT, onKieeutrU Ktrn. tk.l a ..11 ".. Sara filed 6. The Ill W. Illh M Jar, Fk.
    OK (Ltl 41b1AT1.hw time and
    KioMiut. .. r...... .aa.. or before. l)ecemt>.r ft. A.l>. HII.r.ln /.. of .... Relate. ...In.' you 'In tho above. ...1111." place will| bet.nnounc..d I *
    of Htell. Ma Cn.lei.nrnwicK ,'.u.. .,,l you are herehy. rem'ted UUr.
    full
    not decree
    or
    QCOUIT1NOREED pro
    'In re Boats olUllACK ANOERMN..L..u. ,
    eon'"." alit bo entered ... to servo upon |i.lntlrr.|
    ALTHEA.: YAWL mil 1.. w..a.M.. 1
    ... you. '''.1''. .11.' prayed to .... n '- tli.rn.v. whoeo "."'. and. ad. ---- -.- -
    \OTB'K or riLlkti PKIITIItKON dnrI 4 hill' of complaint.Thenature . 11.11,1,11.1 II ''i.ft.;.nnear... nor n' year writ.
    I If inv U Iha bllropy, '
    .of said .ult belle : : :
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    ACCOUNTING .
    YIN/I.KtMIIMKNOT1CK l>ll>< 1741.6Or I for IHvurreWITMS8H" ."t f -ompUInt whl-h' In pall suit,,
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    delivered
    my hand and the ( tYI .1 nCpPslot. In youlerem
    : Irt llhJtur OIVEN' !:
    herewith, .
    /AND/ that I bare real of said Court at ilroea .? IN A"_ PIN (.." on or before I. *
    1114 final
    my ro> her II.
    A. li IMI
    Cove aprlnia. Florida. Ihle lltk 1-el M" rl Nn4
    TAX tarot .a oieruirii Off tho. Jo Stall day of . ills .Herein, fell, not or derrnitfe.eo ,.. pia
    8EKVIUE of Oraro Allb.a .. November' A l> III. KO. *aIM .
    P.sa. d.r < d, will bo entered .1"..
    f 4en ,,, ?
    Stele 1(1nney Owner that I "n. filed my gluten : : RMTATR OFCle ynu for the ,.
    nhoKOR!: U CARUKLK relief ,.d In ....
    for ...,rla..tlon *ed. for finaldmrhara. 'a J. fare** bill .t ,.......
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    N.'Orange AYe. Green Cove Clerk of Circuit Courtof fe 105PIVAL NAT'I
    and thai N t>oiu" >m- her Couale, Klor'da THK 'MR (,r aAin anr
    TTeL 2164711Veraonalize4l bar 11004 I will apply 1o theHomoable ny .VI\'.. H. a..ihm lo here/by NWlFN.llc. place tkalof "/RAMn' >H |lVmriBWrTNKHe |
    ( Themu J. Itlvrn. : 1 :
    IInuly CUrl1Attoraer I_. und.r.ld.54 lb. Sib dar McCormick Concrete Co.
    } ( ''un" Judio of (tar e..t
    Services ,,
    I.RRW.CK: AHngRa1N.: Novemkrr A.K 101.. IU.. e ray bind and t".
    Klorlda, .
    for approval said ..
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    daJiooountinK for Plaintiff' final' anrounllni ef .. 'lmln, (| Oreen
    >r < '
    final ,.'.r... and f..r an order of l>. (I. Hot ... litr.tlon of the a.lat..f ("..*. Cove Mprlne, Florida. Ilk.

    &; Tax dlnrlbutlon...and.. for. final die.rhiirie . 0,.., Cova ." 1...... Flor'da, J. Loran d.n.a..d. aad metro 11 *** *' ""T.'"''.r. AIVnrottOR
    at .trl. *. IMI
    t Will .
    !W>t u rna. of
    ... II. IMIa For a Good / ...... week. for ,_. roaeeruiivoveek. Herb Clrrull" Co.rt
    Printing Job
    DUlltnPIIR Firms / Ana M J........ ... appllralloa will be ....... fly Tlvl.n II. Pnbml.polr
    &; EraeolritII. al "'/ _.IJ1e.'Pr&tft Call .. the Hxaor.Mo THOMA' J Herb.
    '?.. ll-t. It. Tl I co Nspp
    Inflividurtto Tw Hay Oemrty Creaeent HlVklta: Coanty .I.d. .( Clay .
    Allnraey foe ,,
    -- County, Flnrlda. toe app.rw1 olOeroikr .1a.hd .I.m,
    Addroeel
    :
    I
    afres.tlpl .o1 (.r heal
    ......".... .r lbs eadeella4, so P. n TVtt IMIlreen
    CI..lrio .f sail _la'" Cove anrtno, Florida. .
    It Jenalaaa, II.". IM. 1.. It .j; "**!" the llrrr I 1013" .
    .- o/ ,,,Ir,,, Miner 1 u : t>
    A. Fierulrli: *f
    ADS the Relate ./ C1e"a J. (.,... !IOnnt! .I 'T""T'' i5 'r
    I 11*var4Flat e PiUlaTKN rilTITIOIa laws ...,
    CLASSIFIED Publlnhrd on Nn.. 1* |M|. Noiko. .. II...., itvea ika. .,
    II.II. II It... III the sad.rsldnd. ....._, Ik. .....
    *teo' .. of rkaMer MM* |..i.
    ., Florida. Arts af .HIT. .ll.
    readier wIlls tke. Clerk, ., Iko GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284.311.Inrkpnnvilhn
    lbs < mil IT OHeJTLv .. ctrrait Court I la and f-r. (lay
    <' ('OISTT. ri''nia>A f.....* alal..0 "........ HMHreeelol .
    AIILMI TARENTS: Do FOR SALE Tare b.dns.ho. -- -_. I. CHANCRHY: of p re..f of poklieoiloi..

    yet Kara a von between the .... Fine Fanetln Largecarare. I --=" LIDO 1 L ..-nc. e ._ NO. ClellNICK of tkl "..... lb. ri-lHluwia.m. .
    LfCONTrtU. llalallff ., Till"! 'It.." |lsrwTnto
    ai.a ., 11 and 11 wbe 1. In One block 0.ehweetIna .. aimed. I..... T. r.,..,
    IN THK: ciarrir ooi-nr or .r .11:! :J J..kmllvill", Bt..dl-7Hl: : :.:.
    tereatod ID.tIn,. If rail j' front door. nit rui: ALMA MCXLTKM LI'CONTIIU, 1111 II 1I1
    M> af HUh 8fboot HTII JUI>KHAL _. ._ .._ .;!!

    Dayton WBaon at JII-WM. It* feel en Boaavmtare Avenue CIIICHT CUIMTT..'IK AbI'UR riUUlUAIM CLAT "0Tt1. or Slit Itoleodeal

    - by 14* feet ea West UlrrH. '" AJlwaH': No' 1111 TILE STATE or rM'HIUA', Toi Modern Farming .- .. .
    FOR Alex' lac"',.. laws.. - -- - --- --
    RLNT--Cnrenirnlly lo- ,I I Mill aafriflee far ....... Ehr... "riLlON....u. ( (AVIN(td MANE 1'.1....... v......
    IYU'HTI
    taW carter apt. ".,nl.lIf'1. I ICan I Joh...... a,.. SIS "Math M.,. a .'.. ,ICU lot'thai AIIR IICHKIir KO ITI.. needs
    IS4. .r.'Ie.t..II't.' a sail kaa bra filedaaeiail
    | n after In: p.m.SITCAfON i nolla (oppoaile Tarn Mill). yea la Ike. above. ..UII..
    r LrANAhlN.IMI'HltllEll ..... .... ,..
    yea are hereby MODERN
    r...... Slt-MSt. Il-Jltfe did aaired .. ..... ... .
    2T&NTED Tesagw .AM>UA KHIIEK.: .... .We ap a .tI" See
    I liefvadaau.kOTKN ....,.., .keee OMBM awl. addi .
    ...n. nih 1k'-1 "V1W. LEO/1. LOTH RI ... ...... .......o, y.'., oril FINANCING
    dreJrte. jail arrreiirr. I, - - -- -- .r at ITi.M'VAHI l>. ...,...., if toy .. ,... b.ll) r1
    tin
    an
    T., of ......1.'.' |III .... a.1r.pf"
    aid er win baby alt during day. ii THK ('IMl It toiair ur 1 > M MfRHHKK ... of .11',,, ,. delivered !., f>Mi '
    CaO 114.0411 IL/I Uti. ,Tt. riONIU4i 1 MA "IUIA MI'IIIIIII:'". aU. a-IM ....."11. .. 0, ...r... I OM m. 1'
    ll-tlp ,I 044 I ..NT .'..1....... l'obo.. ... her II.. A II. Il.r.5o IMI
    "., laidiATIIAXItl. ,... oaatd M. M.rrk.>. sad / fill aol or dorr.a pro t
    FOR SALE *r RCTTl S krd- I MA5'K. .... >. M."..... hi. wlfo, ore ...,._ ..llt ... ....... ...1." LU Spring Motors
    lie..Miffl ha-.bp oul"... that a lamplaial yea ,., Ike relief .ra,.. .la t...
    ream teMrfW blurb have ... .. '"rw-_ a rolalw. _II.... 111 of roenple'oitHK
    lot 7f 11ST, _1t1... tilt BmlU.' I 'IWTJn MASK: ., .11. i..hlaw/aa .eevr.k.4 >olroo ,NA t'Ile: or aAlll/ II,'rau"
    >.'..<...t .rt r. I.-e H: .l F,lt IMVOHTK, \.I.
    Near Bennett RehooL For la- %.*!( K or. at IT let KXkieea, 111). ..... T.. WITNESS: ., boM aad aba rroda II.. Credit. pre
    I 1 TI ; STATE sty. rlAJKIIJA !11// MEAI.JWMlu0..M.: V..1tf" sad ef Mid. C sacs ai llreeeir
    :>
    faematloii.. ,
    vkt.e .
    phone Don root.Mi417 . ,... .11 erf.r ae .. M.1 ..*. ..".... Fle,.... Ibis If a ", IpoAAIIMt'SM
    (erenlan 1. It-ltfe I!'r|:KUTHY MAHCI I lk>re.f ree rd'>4 f. ".. Na.b .a, If' ........... A" spas ,,. of eradll/ for all
    I lieeldeejro 1'nb.ewafof .. ass i a1 .., lb..r..Ip.bly lip I1.1 your I.nrvhum.flit farm
    lirHKHT NOTffltl rororde ., Clef
    AHK "k11''I. I.
    Cyst. Mf.'III.tC. ,
    FOR RENTl I room eotlacet4U74. > that anil.. sea ..... filed, rtwlda.kee flail n'.It (''Iooe,. tI|y n d1 . a reito./. we h

    sn rI...... aaaJael you h ,... share ea.I .1.1.ICW ..... filed ..e''..' ,.. sod r>y Vlvtaa II eVefcmfieoolr bury ., moaning. ..*
    r..1Ifo4. rite.. ..... apt IOM are borefcyrevoire ... are k.r...r repaired !. M,.. CWfbMebeet
    I 12.20 lo e N't ..... .1.'.. o eo, .* rear ...**. oe .**... C* tehvteAlKvoey WI,. e/allaMa\ pr".l4H.
    _- I I llffa attorney efceee aaa o aM ... .. ,.. r*.elatal .s ik. for "....." \tf farmerf fr farmere
    FOR RENTS sOd we ape ar bereoo. y.orrlllea ."'.tlrr.' oJUe ,o. M S furei.brdpert. ,I defeoeo. If aay lo lbs .... ......
    ....... 411 Core 8lre4. Crreewfo : bill ef * of okuk delivered to PIesIM. .d'b .... Fi.i. ...la.5 | g a.4 . and burial
    **. Mar IM-MII. Itlro too be...tta ea or before Oe. 01*!..I ...*. o* e4M4to .. ro-jn U. The. all
    rofober II A II .IM4Horoea Ike Offlre ., Ike fief .f ... *. are
    SAUl Grre the fall' aei .* ,..,.. pr n...." r..orl la sod fee ..tar fart of the aervkoffr4kr
    areat .w .UI h. .....54 ....... Caas/p. ........ M se bc.e.lb. I ....n .r ..... I rre4.ille.
    far CarbrloMa. Tkoroaca. yea fee Ike reliel p.aye4 to Ifco Hot. def of ti-_.'... IPSO : Retire. M .... ol.e .rteeol CrHIU 1
    ., .I..al W ,eo fail |. 4o lodtoxol keeWfaelt to SM.05..la4.d Ie y. a
    bred boll -
    CUbaabaa ........ CaB win w uke .le II........ Met IF VCil'll e.lc11.? '
    The oolore ef eeld oelt be leewrTKRM a4r 10 Ike of HL'X :UII.FM: OX A OAU/X( or OAR
    tM.>Mt IM. l" br "".,.. .N foe Its eelwf d.oModUd laK I'.,. af Clay a..lp1., .
    ojr bell aad Ibaeeel lb ol.ML This .Mtce .""|11 r .._,. I will .!..1 loilooied "
    -- ., .... Cvort U shc e CWeovTIMo. W pall red oo e ..,- *ea ,.. ...is .Pa ..Sa-D'" oike U''Oli; (UN' IIAVK: IT ',UIUUe'\Tm: ft (''IIAXUK OIL YOU ..)
    FtoeMo. IbM Uia Sao r-* ...wola..NI. 0.b... n.. c....,. "../... S._$s4M.

    ., ,....._. AP IMI.fAKUaLK.. O.. .*....At. CreoreatIVMIK ". .. .. .. IF IT WILL kt'% 40/1*) If I MM C OX) (rest) :
    FOR ''l'n BUT ha ...nw.I 'C.ar1 O..nflwwle oni'tnrn ei 1 I. tf .d II -"' 4.rWW HKT. : (OF TIUF.MIF
    ._
    t. n Co<* ..,.... CUr r_atr, o. OsAMflI, FINS
    ..*4 artetfe 117 .N CRUrOTT /1-to ___If r..artnr rVerMo. Ibis Ilia tar of .... eaallto. sa S .i 11.1. , IT
    DKI'IIKCIATKA: : AIIOUT
    ..- o......... ._. IHIIJr.ltI1. ru>rffA ;; wtYN Nr'W5 *WU ) A YEAR:
    FRCSfl. I>C TW pills --, n. u CA..U.I.., A., ................,. n....

    1Rwafr J J..MM rwnuCtee. nr-.is (roan .'. p..a. to ,-.. p .a hi t1. I/Mt.tr-I "IF VOL' CJAV IIKUOVKTIIK: ( : : K.VOINK IX 10 MIXKTKfl! :
    It phht ......... red "., .ttff. P1w .. R o. .... oo e.-> a'e. lo *i.|
    Let L._ .NtI.... ..Wte.J4..ll bet TIVIIW N. J MMi ors I. .. .... ft .. ..- I '.
    .. Pk"da HOo-t M He.ee do elf r>., f'_"y. .c.rceO.a ci 4L..05..r TiltS; WB: |)OXT ADVIHK>> YOU TO IWY .\ VOMC8U'Afl:

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    h ./ Sur .. 55. E.s..r r_ = :::: ::
    f'_ m A/err ..... .. .1 .. ,
    AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY J dorei ", "'--. .. r'.-... _ .
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    bee IMIeid
    .. ,- ,- .- - - . , . .... .e r..-. l bo *-f rT tit Mdfa 1.... ,...... UsedVOLKSWAGENS
    I etas- r.r pO -
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    roll e... --. .. Nt ugr.a.1 A.... R.I I

    'lR BIll FtRNITfRE CO. 1.--.. '. ." . ,........ ;
    AMTRICAXomci It l *
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    Tat IT '.1141. I
    poavftet X* f1..._ I_. IVFTIT co. I

    ee raw prtotlrx. t... II.r............ I j ""II_ .. .n'"......

    Oar avoir via t lilts "''..M1. ..... : Hart K lenai Jr. 0._ .......... ,..,met. ,..

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    ew fsao/1ebM rrtaav via W : nun.... Offle ....... ..4 LK .i.N4PlV. s.I. ? ,,ctlat Sales & Service

    ....... orac TAyWye ee1 asN ftHt .i Iha
    pva>** n ai .. .'boot M any 1.1 1'741' r- /AgtW

    CALL C8 FOM ALt L.Irlfa Trt..l ..... .. PLn51 ..a.0e104 .
    Caw l*MII Lbtt e* Orootub ."r te.e.y45.. at .... ,
    PRE TU) UArrtx I .: rR.RdRf .
    c.f Tts.t r..Baa 4.. 11. P'-. Man..MAh
    )I a-r.a Yd 1'1N' 1IMbe.n ..... ar.are"tedr V .. HICNrlAr U .. OREXX: een IFRCVOIFkoaa
    CT11sCRTrb. MITrrr . .. ... ..
    LIT conrrT w a. 1 014 T.1M l.etb 16 ....... t.'e..1), IN-MH
    i peyt1I tt.NW1L lat ....... Ps". 5.....- .
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    t .""J r4Gi EIGHT Qav!( -Olaunty CrCSeCttt I, THOISDAT.: DECEMBER s. im


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    State Chamber Backs 1850 Foot Pier "Super-Right'r.

    '

    Crescent Estimate On. '.: I I 1 HEAVY WESTERN; BEEF .

    ''I' '


    Out-County Spending .,,.,...,. r I.p I. e 1 CHUCK

    The County' effective buying Income in l $Jvwa285, ; ,

    million, according to figure releued this week by the State
    I
    '
    Chamber of Commerce. .

    However, total retail tale In the County amounted to

    only hall thla figure, The Crescent estlmaUd two week no

    that excluding non-taxable food tales the County's 20,000

    about one third of their effect. CloneROAST
    residents were spending only I, .1
    r yi
    lye buying power In the County.Where the ratio of effective oJ. Trimmed 4'5cr

    buying power to total retalf Mlq* la two to one in Clay
    County; it Is four to three in DuVtl; five to three in Dade; LB.JonelesH. ... ,

    and very close to even in Escambla, Flagler Franklin and -

    many others ---- -- -- ,t I
    Clay .Is one of eight counties in the State In which auto I [ Chuuck Roast ... lb 69('

    motive sales are greater than food sales. In Clay last year NAMED BT SOUTHERN BELL Huntley 1 Will Cooperate
    automotive sales were $1 million above total food sales of !

    $4.3 million. hi Gtowth of AreaBy I
    Approximately 2J fence of every retail dollar spent in
    i the County goes rfood. This compare with II cent in LOUS L. HUNTLET well over a million dollar, will PICNICS"SUPERRIGHT"

    Baker and Broward counties and 20 cents In Jackson county Industrial development 1 II the be a tremendous asset. upon
    'approximately, 1500 completion of the cross: state
    County bank deposits average per basis for well rounded
    any
    for each -1 barge canal. And the barge
    resident. This compare with approximately $2,000 ; -r complete economic develop-
    longer a remote
    canal U no
    resident'of Palm Beach County. ment program of a community.The .
    U million, possibility, It ls a reality. Oreen
    The total assessed value of property was $ cultural and spiritual
    uper.Uona -
    with. close to half of it exempt. Only one third of assessed Cove Springs! does not hive to
    of
    In Dixie any communityare prepare for the canal, It Is In
    Countyonly
    values in Bradford County was exempt;
    one fifth was exempt. still greatly dependantupon the unique position of being 2 7
    full employment for its SMOKED
    More than 335,000 acres. of land in the County, 80 percent citizen and Job opportunitiesfor ready NOW to provide a transportation C
    of water
    of the entire land ..re.11.1 In commercial forest land r complex
    No
    its future generations
    with more than 15 million cords of standing timber. one realize this more than the air, road and rail. is most WHOLE OR HALF
    -- Our tax structure
    I Le E. Rant, of Atlanta, for cltlzxn of Clay County The conducive to industrial growth

    merly tf Jackionvllle, ha City of Oreen Cove Spring and development with I mlllage "Super-RighV' Heavy Western "Super-R1ght" Vac Pak

    been named Florida vice owns one of the finest Industrial I of only 3165%, The Clay SWISS STEAK _............ Ib. 79c SLICED BOLOGNA ....1 Ib, }j.kj 49c!)
    For president and general m.n.all'l' parka in the Southeast
    In
    Too Large County Zoning Commission "Super-Right" -Heavy':Western' Capt'n John French Fried
    of Southern Dell Tele and and second to none for
    phone Co. elective Jan 1, It a community and county of I Commission co-operation has with just the completeda County SHOUT KIB ,...,,,.,.,_,,;'''. lb. 29c FISH STICKS ......_,10 oz. }pkg, 35c

    was announced ,Ntrrd.,. our ilze The potential for development comprehensive Ground Chuck or"Stan I Quick Frozen Headless
    bng-range
    :
    Your StockingJust AA He will succeed Claude J.Yats of this park Is absolutely economic and development sur BEEF: ;. STw't.: ..........- j.-.. Ib. Sac OREEN; ; SHRIMP lb. Scr' !
    wbe will retire at the unlimited. For Instance, vey. Our school facilities and
    tYour end of next month under theComp.n'a the docking facilities which, If -=:: : -- '
    continually
    ha been
    automatic age constructed today would cost program : ... MlHSl !))1 Special( ASP Hawaiian
    Right For \upgraded and today rate
    limit retirement plan. among the top In the state.
    Other named Include few I 50 PINEAPPLEJUICE
    The foregoing are Just a
    " John p, Evans, assistant. vice Schools Set of the concrete reasons why
    Kitchen! president, who will become I'e'I
    any industry should give careful With thli'.VQBpoi\ A \
    atalitanl .lf* president and (Continued from page One) consideration to the Oreen }' I Cini of lUrml ll-oa. can I IL I
    assistant general managers I toward an even higher standard Cove Springs Industrial Park Chili With1 Beans 3/$1.00

    and John C Tuttle, general of academic training. and Clay County And. aa a Coop*** gild Ifcrn ...* I o.. .I
    GENERAL ELECTRIC accounting manager for FUr- The Count schools with a former chairman of the Clay I t Ja1'',ss..s-ce I

    Ida, who has been named total enrollment of approxi County Commission I can 1l l 1.Qt.U.Oz.

    Company treasurer, withheade.uirter mately 8,500, comprise four knowledge ., 29c
    speak with a through
    Maid I :: ::: :::
    Mobile In Atlanta. high school: and 10 elementary of t*!' wllllnineas and ---iiiiiij --- Can

    Rail a native of Athens.Ga schools The teaching spirit\ of cooperation ofIr I

    was graduated at the staff number 101, apprdxl public officials for encouraging PIAID i II --..-
    AUTOMATIC University of Georgia 137. mately one teacher for every I the location of new Industry gO&to
    Joined Southern BtU In 1131.OIUrORD 21 student and greater expansion of r-- STAMPS I Special( I All Varieties Ann PUKe
    Pointing out that Clay County
    : fASHER3Cyclei Killing firm With tkii' novena pvjrokiM aa
    Dtsu. 1. TPMMNSON Is one of three counties par A* Clay Count,'* State Rep. Bounty J-lb.. |.os. cm R I| PORK P &
    tlclpatlnr in St. Johns River
    Oil ford Sidney Tomllnson 83, resentatlve I am aware of our BKKP; : flTF\\r, &;.tcPOOIMO f
    38 miles couth I
    Junior College, need fora well planned and !
    Sanford, died at a Banford. of Green Cove, Tyne said m *4 Ikro avo*,It**, *
    Hospital Saturday, Nov. 21A there are additionally, two unl- I orderly program.Industrial I offer the development full cooperation : I Jo< IS-S-44 I i BEANS
    native of Green Cove '
    vtrsltiea One I Ia the
    nearby
    Springs, he moved to Sanford University of Florida, at of my office to this L:.__.________.__________. ..---:11:

    15 year ago He was a mem Gainesville the other Jackson
    ;
    tHor of the Lake Monroe First vllle University, 3$ miles northof , 1.1.1t.'
    35c
    Daptlit Church Oreen Cove Transportation end.CLAY P1AID 3
    He Is survived by hit widow to Bt Johns River Junior Col* 50t :1 Can,

    I Mr*. Carolyn Tomllruon; sliter legs is provided by the County STAMPS : _
    : An. Ella Bentley, I nephew, school system for all County :

    I 5 k nieces; all of Omen Cove day student there.XOTHM. THEATRE Wiik tai", Mutiva" "........-. .f Special! White house Nonfat Dry)
    \ I+ Spring. Green Cave Siting t .".... of V.<.TVrm' k.(.. or \tMODKSS
    1. Funeral. service were held e 1.l'fl.U. :!.IPS.Olooovoi INSTANT I

    Wednesday Nov. 34, In theLake TlIPNTY Men. Thr Than.Frevlew >..4 ,.... *..., ll... (
    Monroe First IN : Jl'Ir1N'aI'VLtT Till' P. M.
    e..f Baptist ) IN ANI' rolt CUAT Joi lt--4
    Church with the Rev Joe Dout rui'NTr rumii'A.K Feature 7i4J, P.M. I ...;
    U No, *" I ...... MILK
    hltt ofnrUUng.' I ANNA* re: K II e,..I"IIS,101ll.,. nf I>........(l. Ree A Cemplete Pesters A* :: ::::::::::::::::::::: I
    \l1'U'1O TU MKIMTONIT : Late A* 111, F.M.
    T ill rrili>n cud all .". I 1..I.t.H> :1 {tj.If 1 1I
    MATTIE DELILAH BURDEN
    cUlmi or .Mn.ndiIniil '
    Mini Mvlna
    Mattle .... aid .*!*<.. Fridijr t FeaUre T <* Its: FJW. -
    Bervlre for Mr* Pe PlAID I
    Tu. and. orb .f yea. tic Sal. A ten. I PJM. ConUnooaiWed. &;bI i !
    11 h 79, held ... .. .. 25
    Durden were II. tlfl 4 aid r |Mir" u 12179c
    Sunday afternoon at Shiloh ...-...1 CHIT rUlimi aid dmn4kkk < STAMPS ?]!
    ;
    or.tth.r f IM,
    yea you
    .It baptist Church with the n.,. hiv. ..*ln.l Id. ,.l.l. ., ANNA .. Thar*. <* FriDee. I ijl
    J. K.: Strickland and the Rev U. Jill(.S14I:11.: d 1.1a1cEOi
    . "
    clan sanlr florid, Ik 'lit" t'IN. boa. dae !
    t Connie Johnson officiating C.roar Jwtai 01 CUy CtJUiiyOmul ,
    Mr. Durden died last Friday l>ivrlk..M> In 1\,.... t 1 I (11IIIU( :. STt'.11' .. :>Jc Special Facial Tissue boxes of 400

    at her Oran Cove home live*, witk N rl I**..d5.! ('tar month COMMIT from, n I.f tl r !...*..* .*..... Ikro ..... re'... s &j! SCOTT1KS; ...... ........................... :/ JC
    . .. IN1
    A member of the Shiloh Dap ."..l.>.,., firms yrbhr.ltr..5the' PAN I MIiV aa1' Jane Parker over I/I Fruit and NutifKMSJ.StS..SS.KSfKSJ .

    list Church, aha Is survived by k.pars,In or-lllKtf elate. or..d<.......n4... .awl....* ; KM'IT CAKE: ... .... 5 Ib. rinK }:lint?'
    four' diuihlers, Mia I';" i.,:. .r ;ud.....i'sad ---
    Durden Ulaa Clara oru.1 -'fico. address of Ik. rUHoml -
    Mr*. Nellie Kersey and I et.l.51..>Imaal rit. lit;: ::::.. or le his i. lhr al "Saturday Dec, 4MGLE SPKCIAL. : !'.TASK: PAKKKU: DKLICIOI'S:

    Unilae Knowlr. alt\ of Green Least. or II wilt ......_ vstda..rdla. .. )
    .. '
    Cow; a eon, Clyde, of Wataon ".... ......!Ise.... sha11 ....." [ Pie ;:: 39c
    add Mr .."".,.-.' .....)*. of k"i ...I..* i. Apple ;
    vtUe Calif two lUlert *
    ; esskts ,... t'\o..." J.... i.. mall .
    refIxI Emma Milton of Jasper, and ... ,. *.rk. pro*.o.l roproMiill .. So O

    Uu Ida Wilkinson of Lab1IlUo .l'r.l..l.f |>...H't't A. f> IM| .-sad SPKCIAL. : AS!" OCR KIXUST: QtTALITV'
    ,, 13 } mmtlwv -
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