The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note:
Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note:
Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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.School Board Okays ., J-M Set To Fill Eight .

I As A Matter of Fad I Faculty Changes for 65.66

At a pedal meeting of the Board of Public'Instructionlast '

week JacksonvvUl Construction Co., submitted a low Supervisory Posts By May 1 1Johns 1M"R'r

kid of $92,693 to construct six new classrooms and a libraryat

GCS MAN ON TED MACK SHOW the W. E. Cherry School In Orange Park.It -

was one of ten bids submitted. Th Board Is expectedto Johns-Manvllle Corp, whose
James Lumpkln of Green Cove will be featured oa ..
take action on the bids sometime within the next two Oreen Cove plant will go "on
the Ted Mack Amateur Hour on Easter afternoon. Lumpkln .

an animal imitator recently went to Miami to record a "eeb.The board also approved the preliminary plans of Allen stream" soon after" Labor Dayhis Zj

series of animal Imitations On his return he visited The D. .Frye for six additional classrooms and a handsome expects: to employ the first of .t9

Crescent: offices to do a repeat. His audience was so impressed octagonal building to house the band and vocal suites of + its local supervisory personnel

with the brays of hones, the squeals of pigs the Orange Park High School. iiA.:; within the next three week

mooing of cows, etc, they felt they had suddenly been let Next year's school calendar appearing below, was also Eugene Derichsweller, plantservices :x:
loose In a barnyard In which a hyena had been dropped. approved.At .

Lumpkln a native of Ashburn Da':, says he "Just picked the meeting It was revealed that James D. Sowell, $ S manager told The
up" his talent as a child on a Georgia farm Crescent this week that the top
who Is now doing special work at the University of Florida, :::>>

has been named assistant principal at Clay High School. eight supervisory employee =::a

s At the same time Mrs. Maude Oreen was named dean of' will be picked , from more -<:
girls at Orange Park High School. And Kenneth R. Gear-, than 373' applicants . to go

Pour county students st St. Johns River Junior Collegeare hart was named exceptional child director.In = to the company' Denlson Texas .

candidates for office In the student government association. a list of appointments Involving approximately 120 plant on May :3 for ten

Herb Nelson, of Keystone Is one of three candidate county teachers not already! on continuing contract Carl 'week of 'Intensive training.Derichsweller .

for the presidency of the Student Government Association. Duncan was named head coach at Orange Park High school, and Jack Heue

David Schaeffer also of Keystone Is one of two candidate succeeding Larry Wesley who has resigned. Robert Punart Oreen Cove plant manager In.

for the association's vice presidency. Veronica Williams of wu named head coach at Day High School, succeeding terviewed. Initially, approximately

Orange Park lut week-end was running unopposed for BUly Montgomery who has ,taken a sales position in his 273 applicants. Of these

secretary: and Patti Jo Linsley of Oreen Cove, faces twe> native Mississippi. 70 were called back for testing,

opponents for the'poIltion of treasurer Interview and questioning.Last .

week. J.Ms Industrial

FLA. FED. WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIPSFive F J'9r psychologist Consuelo Bean,
came from New York to Green
Junior College Scholarship sponsored by ,the Cove for "Interview In d.pth"I
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs are available to persona I
with 21 winnowed from the
ManvlUe's multi-million dollar J-M worldwide Industrial empire. Officials I
who are Interested in preparing to work with the
plant, scheduled to go "on'atream" soon say that 110 employee at Orson Cove Will total number of applicant
'mentally retarded.
after Labor Day, a* It appeared late last produce what It took three time that num. From the reaction of some
RixdplenU of these scholarships will receive 1150 per '
.r, week. The ItS-foet building I Ia said .. he bee to do just a decade ago of the 21, Mli Dean kept the
semester to pursue a general college curriculum or a two t gwI
the moil highly automated plant within the upper hand during the ,lengthy
year course of fields having- direct relevance to interview' .
mental retardation.

To be eligible for one of these scholarships an applicant "Why, you know, that woman
What'sa Matter found out things about
must meet Junior College requirements be employed at me my
N Green CoveGrowing wife don't know," one of them
a residential or community center which provide for

mentally retarded persons, or at a Sunland Training Center .' e With Those: Boys) acid

be under 45 years of age be recommended' by their I "Bom women running that

employer agree to employment with a Florida community: Now! The Orion Cove Junior High show down there/' another one

program tor the mentally retarded on the basis of one r. School honor roll, in which said

for each year of study, and agree to repay the loan With 1 .r# girls outnumbered boys by Assured that "some woman"

Interest If they do not accept employment In a local Florida wss not he replied that "I I
,.. At one ,of the most heavily by a group of Quonset huts more than two to one, was an. .
'r.t.1 can pretty well understand the
community program for the mentally retarded. .t ,1'-:1: "
" Interested person*.should contact or write the Scholar: -."'", Time* pSoeell.pp.r l .left) attlndrtf infe\ing ot,the Green I"' already ha strtets Commission and sewsgr' ?.pouneedjjUily',14, D, auwtlonathatMrt H teesi.and. ,."
Members of the '
e. ship Office, Stall. Department of Education Tallahassee, .4 ,.,r e4 ha* bees earned ........ prla- Cove City Commission Tuesday Duck, principal Mr. Derichswellrr ask.: Bui ,
said If the property wss to be
Florida or any of the Sunland Training Centers for aa \ ripe' of Clay High. A former night members heard plans for sold It would have to be sold According Mr. Duck students M.n.1 wag plain' lost with thai
application and additional information family member he has fceralldolng woman.
'I' at the school' follow the
.1,f' construction of two residential) on a bid bails.Richard
"jii' t ipeHal, graduate, work Miss
developments and two shopping Deader and R. D. same general I curriculum Dean was joined( in

year at the UaNenJtj' of Flo- areas Walker, who recently. purchasedthe though they pursue studies Green. Cove, for the final "In

V. S. COAST OCARD INFORMATION r *' rMa. ttilllam Part' Dunraa. Jr. Members of the Commissionwere property on which the old within appropriate ability level depth" Interviews by M. S.
College seniors or graduate student can fulfill their ,. r"".. (upper" right" has hoe) named asked to resone the westside St. Elmo: Hotel stood asked group Burton Industrial relation
military obligation a* officers in the UB Coast Guard the heed roach .t Osage Park of Magnolia Avenue be the Commission to accept a new Three seventh grader , manager of J M i Transit pipe

actlv peacetime Service. Qualified applicant will be notified 4 1, High MMTeedlnr I rry H ealey, twren Dry and Ferris street plat for the property under all girt , pulled down plant at Denlaon.

of selection for Officer Candidate School before they ..hare.J gaed. tri RutwH" I.- for a "nationally known chain which public street would bo straight A'. They ere: Lynda In addition to six supervisory I
enlist. M curl (lower "'U has "Mea Klrker, Kay Eton and Cheryl
store. Tim other half of the extended from St. John to post to b* filled in the next 1
The classes convene In September and February at earned head .oe,h'.I Clay III.iverrrdlng block, facing on Orange Avenue Magnolia, roughly through the. Wood. three weeks, local J.M official '

the Coast Guard Reeerve Training Center In historic York {I1 Dilly Monlgitmery, Is already soned for bust- land where the hotel I Is now Other seventh graders on the expect alao to pick a plant engineer

town. Va. d eke resigard, last l month.Other ness !being rasi-d honor roll for the most recent and a production super
The carefully selected college graduates recefve( 17 r 0.week period are: Pam Banter Intrndwnt.Derlchawrlller.
At the same time, Dr t1nran A single lot on Ferris adjoining
weeks of Intensive, highly 'Pf'CI.Uf'd tralnln,. Successful Mickey Campbell Stove nine,
Yelton speaking in behalf of Jackson's Mlnlt Market laid It wa*
applicants are commissioned ensigns and Bobby Faitham, NorUne Elliott
as serve on active appointments\ for nut year st Clay HUh; include; himself and three Jacksonville was rezoned for business. "normal' to Interview 23 or I
duty for three Ken Hun/rker Hxtxy Huakey,
yean. Marl Aaron Keith Alford. Thomas RUs. W. P. Hrney, Jr. partner, expressed a desire to Members of the Commission more applicant In order to ,
Coast Guard officers receive the same pay and benefitsas James Jrtt Pam Johnson "
Jerome Jsckaop. Jovflna' Peres Jan Ptachlk. Jerry bona purchase approilmstely 33 on a request for reaonlnie the find supervisor
officers of other Armed Force. TheM Include M days of Robert Martin Susan Riven
berry Wanda Westrldge, Eleanor Yelton Eloise: McUe, acre of land In the city's Industrial 'property on Ferris adjoiningDowli'S :
annual leave u well as free medical and dental care. They and I>tann. Swanson
John Nrely, James Ramsey and Clara Brookover, park Just nat of the Amoco Service Station (
also have an opportunity t to qualify for flight training Eighth graders on the honor IAY COtNTYOUITIIOIHC ,
Among those not already on continuing contract at golf course, for construction of said they would want to It'tIdra.lnl'
Peacetime duties of the Coast Guard include law enforce.ment roll are: Ann Arrants. fat
Orange Park High School who were named for the 1903- approximately 50 homes The of the proponed bu l- (' : HOIIH '
search and rescue, oceanographie! research, costsstation Burkhplder, donna Edonfleld,
ee Paul Este Wllllstn Jones. Delores Lovrtt. property, formerly occupied: nose structure.
are: *.
New hours at the Clay
patrols and the mslnterunee of aids to navigation.For Hhrrylon Punter, Jean lUlllgan. ,I'
Information Sash Quackenbuah. Arthur Wilson, William Matthews, Pebble Hamel County Courthouse starting J
further on the U. B Coast Guard Officer Karen Harris
Candidate School Larry Brown FrtU Fountain, Prirda Oearhart. Joyce Mil. Pat hedge, Sherry Ingle Lynn April 16 sre;
write: Commandant PTP-Ji', U. 8 ,
Coast Ouard Headquarters Washington, D. C 20228SFS <. Harvey 1A>ftoo. Decease Litter. Charles Manning Virgil 1965 Red Cross Fund Martin Chris Milbrrger, Connie '30 am. 4.30 pm i f
moMS RJyxl kNATIONAL McLeod. Mary Jo McTammany, RaIl Mile. Carey Mlmi. Olachee. Johnny Owens, Monday thru Friday

Sheen Rooker George Stevens Henry Moore, Benny Pre Patsy Paterson Harsh Perei, Cloned on SaturdayAU ,

mao, man. M. B Williams Caroline Kelley Ronald Craw Debbie Hloan. Ilrcnda Thomas, offices will remain

FLEET KKSLRVK MONTH ford. Jewel Fronted and Thomas Manhall Holt. Campaign ReportThe Mike WlllUms and Max WIlWes. open during the noon hour. 1

Among those named not already on continuing contractat .
April ha* bora signaled a. National fleet Ree.eveAssociation Charles J:. Bennett are: Hulda Brewton. OeorglannaSwanaon

monCa. This organisation la dedicated to aU career Irene Jones, Lois' Ramsey, Blanche Smith Judy here Gordon Craig dltlonlng. Staff and the Clay

enlUted! ..n and retired Naval, Marine Corp person (Continued on Page 4> chairman ,of the Clay County County Health Drp.rtment }/

..... Anyon elidkle to Mn or for further information seeHolramK Chapter of n ine_ American hrdCron J. P. Revels Wins Again-.

dub Manager, Branch Nor t*. R<<-t. 19, Green Cove announces that the 1963 An'.STlOS UUST"!
The Old And The New Red Cross Fund Campaign, I Is
Spring or rail Ores. "....Imalln. 2S4-Pl6. Pre-Kehool Regl.5 irsllon
now underway The Board of
On Thursday April 1 It,
Commlaalonm' of Clay County all pupils! who will be enUr
have designated the month of
Ins the first
April aa Red Croes Month
gust or .rVpirmb, are r.
Aura Frank More ha been named
I quested to report at Use ,e.
J' A 1 1sJ laM chairman for th conn1'r I school: In their reip. .rtlve
The Clay Soil OomerraUon Speaking Contest wQ i beheld \ Among those named to

la Green Cove Springs st the High School: Cafeteria a.n. on Ms executive areas and register, The

beginning at 1.10 an, April 21 t An contestant. should tee are: Carroll ....ftlmJr\l'.1 hour for rttUtta'Jsn; VI4:
be at the cafeteria! at 1:11: an. for final Instruction. vance (yule: N t be from > 00 12 00 unlessparents'

The prUe to be provided by St. Regia Paper Companyare nM Clark: Keystone l ire notified differently I

as foDows: MOOO First Place: 12300 Second Place; AI Nelson; Orange by the principal' of

11300 Third Place; 110 Fourth' Place; 13 Fifth Place; Thomas Ilardin, JI.I.hta'l their r'irtlve school as "

M Sixth Place.Theae Farms, Miss Edna It will hIt boo necessity to

Debra win be presented by Jam.. D. !Ilford. Orren Cove Sprint, Dan Shaw bring the pupil when par
ent* rome to register them
Forester for St. Regl Paper Company. and
management! staff Of
unless they desire to do so
The subject of thl
are: Green Cove Sprints Yarn Cum ,
'1) Any phase of Conservstlon Relating to the Natural pony, bull,,"* dmtrkt, Mr*. however It la Imperative ,
Raeouree and Rfcreatloa. that the child's birth crrtifl-:
Frank Mores. ffI14nU.I Calvin
rti Any Phase tate be brought with the
of the
Administration'. Economic R* Brown, residential; Oorge ;
eve eif Program. parent If he has one. If the
Carlisle and Den 2>Un r, gov birth certificate to not available I. P. Revel. rlda< .1 I, F. Revels ferd Meters***,
(3) Any Phase of Conservation: that to print applied ... web for tie
or c-ne. re .u. w.M! bat ermneai.The wee ..."IM last frloUr. hy the Tord DUUIon of the Ford
application for It
you think should be Applied to the Clay Soil Conservation tIM of a grM. W a*.HI kdraa Mick wearer Mae. U hee goal for Clay County toM now Meier Company. that fee had
District.Thia. should be made immediately, wen kip la Us Vega to
* nKle4 *. DM alle of the eM Si Claw HeUI eon heiagrse4 JOO. To date ItM M has been because. It muM be Ike .rfl.g tout**!. This award was nad lor setting the I.

to contest. I Is opea to any boy or girl regularly enrolled .W.I,....). Tfce are*.rty was *HftlU, ,*rth.-*dky reported la The first group the time school presenUdby begin brgeel aaasher of **re I b the I.Urida-Oergl district In' ,J

any High School to Clay County Richard healer *t Greew c.... aa4 L D. Walker, of to report' loot was M NOTICE: Alt children who are six
Oran Put kVaeb said this week Ike first WUIe -. al Home Community at PenneyParma ,. atahiag Ink !
of who will aanwnMemtn II was sine pointed
To be year age out
to tab part to thl contwt. yon must Hirer of St. bias sad Park Slreet. will *.Ui* three with "M tS. .llul. Rent hut was
sees 'trip Ibis
let the be * prtadpal of your school know that you an gang topaitfctpau fcee>.o.. **4 Iwo hlk He aaM he WBcred aaof* than Other group completm/ '1. 1M3, are eligible .the lee sUle sine. he ... .... a Fwd dealer
before April Kb which to the last daLe for 10 each kowee will b* meW on the property wtthhs Ike their assignments ere U. t Post Mr. Easels win ateowipaay her hiuh
la register, .114 en Ihl
o otost.
steal II ...u.. Offk enptoye. Climate' ConI I* Leo Ve.a. MHD||IM erlag la* lalKr art *f Aarll.I .

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FACE TWO ( iah QIountv 1llrea! : eat THURSDAY, APRIL I, INS

Mag (E0unti (Erocent I Jotlikker One Who ,OvercameBy !,' n I@\W l TfflDE .LAW'

1 By Sheriff, Jennings ManbeeDid
DUNCAN OOLDTHWAITI CRONER-EDITOR AND PUBLISHER These are the days when our skies and woods and
trtttrruiPuiLitHio know it Is unlawful for
waters are brilliantly resplendant with a thousand birds
EVtiv THUMDAV BY d uci.T Pane 'INC. on their way to scatter over New England and the Great bar, liquor store or grocery store to, sell
". iriCitiiN f . the 3.2 beer available in
o sox even
Lakes region and Canada to summer, mostly breeding ina to be sincere , Our Master beer
stores . to anyone under -
county grocery
TIUPHONI GCS 284-3166 respite from outrageous heat that we humans endure had to face people who i ) of '
..eONS Cuss FotTkti PAID At (mill Covt 1"1"". FIOHIM through the good offices of General Electric, Westinghouse misinterpreted all they saw, n 21 years age
know that anyone caught
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and other vendors of conditioned air who Imputed wrong motives to + Did you

ONE TEAR IN ADVANCE .? BM It Is very different here, these days, from our winters everything he did. But Jesus doing this is subject to imprisonment
TWO YEAR If ADVANCE ..... ........... LOt and when left alone with the jays In the county jail for six months or a
summers we are raucous ; stood up, and strode on un
the arrogant, irritable catbirds and mockingbirds that, daunted and undeterred by fine of $500T
know it is against the law
like fading clubwomen, get up too early and need always malice and frown. I Did you
The Hundred Years War for anyone under 21 to misrepresent
to have the last word He overcame the contemptof '
0, there are the omnipresent herons, sitting stupidlyin the world. Our Lord was P J his or her age in any way In order to

.One hundred years ago tomorrow Robert E, Lee and some murky stance: transfixed by the very thought ofa "despised. They said he was purchase any alcoholic beverages. Did

One hundred years ago tomorrow Robert E. Lee and passing gudgeon, and, rarely, in the deep night, the out of his mind. He was re you know that anyone who so misrepresents -
order to induce
the Army of Northern Virginia surrendered to General lonely, Querulous pleading of an owl. fused the little kindnesses of his or her age in
Grant Look up now and a pileated woodpecker: a flashing hospitality. And yet he was another person to sell him (or her) alcoholic beverages

American flag: crimson, white and something like blue, not discouraged by the con could spend three months In the county Jail or pay a

I It marked the end of four years of bitter bloody war streaks across the sky to light and hammer at a half-dead Dr. Howard tempt. It did not make him fine of as much as $250T
fare and the beginning of a "Reconstruction" that drained know that any person under 21 testifying:
; tree. In the woods a hundred nervous warblers change chairs resentful, hard and revenge Did you
from the defeated Confederate states whatever fibre and in the limbs of a pine tree. Jesus is saying farewell to ful. It did not turn him sour. in any criminal prosecution (or hearing) involving these

hope had been left at Appomattox. In the streets and yards, a brilliant cardinal clings toa his disciples, and notice how He went through it in fine matters will get full and complete immunity from prose-
topmost branch of the highest tree to belt out a thrilling beautifully he does It; he warns health and holiness.He cution for any violation of law revealed in his (or her)
In a special supplement, the April issue of Harper's '
song something very close to the best of Kirsten Flagstad. them that they will find much testimony
Magazine takes a look at the Civil War; at what It calls did not stoop to use the -
"The First Reconstruction," and. . more importantly to And in the incredibly lovely . and lonely stretches opposition and trouble, but, he powers or methods of the world. Are you sure you know where your son (or daughter
of the world's moat beautiful river, the St. Johns, a single hays: "I have said this to you, ends by ) is at all times
us . and what it calla "The Second Reconstruction" He sought spiritual
duck skuds to a landing, making foolish the genius of our that in me you may have peace. the
He faced
. the new movement to unify the Southern white man spiritual means.
In the world have tribulation
Space Age. you world with calmness that had
and the Southern Negro as "fellow Suotherners. a
This is old hat to most of us. We're too busy figuring ; but be of good cheer, I its source in prayer and a con

Harper's a lily-white Arayan publication with no axes whether the oncoming car is a Buick or a Ford; too busy have overcome' the world. sciousness that he was not JBRJWE' STATION

to grind, characterizes the current position of the deep with the business of survival.It (John 18.33): alone. He kept his spirit cool. .

South (from which Florida is excluded, presumably be. is fashionable, , or foolish , to be blue I well "I have overcome the world." "I am not alone, the Father Is 17 inch

cause Florida did not swallow the Ooldwater hogwash) remember a motor trip I took with three very young children But could there be anythingmore with me." Even in the crowdhe I FREE !

as a condition of "crisis," some years ago in the lonely vaulted Adirondacks At suggestive of failure than communed with the Eter TELEVISION

sundown, a deer stood in the roadway ahead. I stopped the circumstances in which
Martin Luther King , and you can take him or the car and dashed out and laid "LookI"' They had seen these words were spoken nal.And the world trill If given away

leave him . is now threatening' Alabama with aneconomlo deer in zoos and a wild bewildered animal bored them. Treachery had broken out in he overcame knew how I DRAWING APRIL 17th 6 P.M.

boycott Take him or leave him, he is in a positionto At dusk, I found in a glacial pond a loon, a magnificentduck the disciple band. Judas had by a patience which hour Is not
hurt industry in Alabama. to watt "Mine yet Register with in won1// -
k any whose psychotic cry has become synonymous with gone out bent upon his malign come" He waited thirty years

Soon after Hitler took over Austria, an Austrian wood. the sounds of Idiocy. Once again, in my own excitement, I scheme. A mob was assembling before beginning his ministry. Phone 2S4-925
carver whose front door bore the legend: "Jewish trade found the reaction of my children one of total indifference.We to drag Jesus to "The Lord direct your hearts Orange Ave. and Core Street GREEN COVET
have here no great symphonic music . exceptin judgment and death. Yet it "
not desired, said in answer to a question that there Into the patience of Christ,
.. had always been a Jewish problem in Austria but the people the county library records we beg from Fred Andrews; was In conditions like these says St. Paul (2 Thea. 1:5): ).
far more enduring than the noises produced by such as that he proclaimed his triumph'
had not been aware of it until Adolf Hitler told them There was quite a leisureliness
about it.There. the Beetles. We have here no great art, except in books In what way had he over. about Jesus. But when the clock Y
We do have . now ., a panoply of The Creation, some come the world He had not struck, he acted and never LetsffiDance
will be no racial "crisis" in Clay County until thing that can be equated with the valid theories of Charles bowed to the world, he had wavered.

someone says there Is or behaves as if there were. Darwin and the most fundamental of the fundamentalist not taken on Its 'tone and ways world
And he conquered the
It is exciting as Beethoven and Chopin . or Shakespeareand he had not been ensnared by
As the lessons of Alabamaand
we begin our integration, by a love that characterized
Wordsworth . Leonardo and Paul Gauguin . .
or seductions.
Mississippi. . and St. Augustine . should be clear, him to the end of his days
or the scientific creations of Walter Reed or von Braun.I .
It is nearly one hundred years since Robert E, Lee gave up; He had overcome the smiles "Having loved . he loved to !
and the Southern leadership (in Mississippi and Alabama) was just 10 when my family, Itching to spend a summer of the world, and that is one the end." Even Calvary did not
was better then than it is today. In Europe, deposited me at a boy's camp in New of the subtlest of all entice embitter him. The crowd
Hampshire. As one of only two or three Southern boys
ments. Many a man can keep mocked and jeered, but his ret
The Harper's supplement should be, we believe, required, there, my accent was already the object of general hilarity his moral health In defeat "Father
sponse was, forgive
reading for every county high school student. when I was Induced, 'for the first time, to play baseball. who Is overcome by success. them: they know not what L&T Bar & Grille

Somehow my bat came in contact with the ball . and I There Is nothing more insidious they do"

ran to third base; and I don't mean via first and second. than the snare of applause And so he did, a conquerorin 10 mi. S. Green Cove ; I1/! mi. X. Putnam Co. line
That afternoon I took nature study.
up He had overcome the suspicions death u he was In life,
Around and About By the end of the summer I was Initiated Into the secret FRIDAY and SATURDAY
of the world. Do you overcoming the world In the
rites of a group that had, individually, identified and studied remember how Luke (20-20) very moment when it seemed UUlbilly Music by TUB: COUNTRY BOYS

by HUGH SMITH 100 or more different varitles of blrdlife. I flatter myself puta it: "So they watched him. that the world was most trium Robert, Billy, Georgo antI Eddie:
that bird watching made m a better reporter since I
It comes on sun-up, and I faced, jovial man of many talents learned early to look for little things in strange places. and sent spies, who pretended--phant.- -- --
am washing last night's smoke and a great love for .
dogs.Grandpa Betsy, my 15-year-old, who has more eyes for boys than
out of my mouth with my third told the biggest lies, birds, told me the other day how she had rescued a broodof
cup of coffee. My doll of 22 plowed the straightest furrow
young quail. They had been scattered by a passing car
years hands me the second and* had the smartest dog
she said, and the young chicks had taken cover in a culvertof
Choice: of the morning blat and within a day's buggy ride witha some kind. She pulled out several of them and put them

scans the sales to see how much fast mule. His little dog, aright so they could rejoin their mother, Make Your Dream House

money she,, can save me by "Ruby," could play dead, roll "You know, I never knew quail had webbed feet," she
spending me broke. over, sit up and I do not told me.
Of course, the first thing I know what all. Grandpa never
In bird-watching, this was about like running for third.
see is our President holdinghis heard of obedience schools, I advised her to concentrate on boys and leave birds aloneor

face on one side, which commands like, "heel," "Ko"and else get hold of a competent bird book and discover what A
makes the other side look most "stay." He just talked to she had rescued. Reality
unhappy. And the thing he is Ruby in a mild tone of voice,
She Is missing an art show and It Is free to all with
unhappy about Is do-gooders saying, "Now, Ruby, ;you are
sltting-ln at the White House. making too much noise; come .
In fact, whoever writes about on over here and be quiet."

this picture says the White which is Just exactly what she The Casually Count hy Jerry rrUJAI"e"
House "fuzz" thwnps these do- would do

gooders about the head and Well, folks used to marvel at

shoulders and hauls them off Ruby and say that she was

to the pokey about the smartest goldarned

Naturally, I am much in sym dog they ever saw and said

pathy with my President, as to Grandpa that they simply
he is just cooling off from couldn't understand how he did

the heat that is put on him by it.
dog lovers because he does not When anybody said this,

get proper training buck at the Grandpa would roll hliuelf a Loans For New Homes or For
ranch on how to pick up a Prince Albert cigarette, light it
hound dog and picks them up with one of those big redheaded .

by the ears. Naturally, the store matches, hook his ". Home
,. i .
hound dogs take exception to thumbs in his overall galusses .

being picked up by their ears, and say, "Shucks, ain't nothln'

and since nobody tells them really hard about It. All you .; Title Ito
they cannot howl In front of have to do Is have more sense ,

the President, they make just than the dog."

i as much noise for L.BJ ali Well, I thought seriously T"t8t loans can be granted any property owner who is planning<< to
they would Eldon Heath Eldon about ,
writing LBJ. and telling
i '
build or wants" to improve their present home after N
says almost any body knows him about Grandpa and
! better than to pick a hound dog Ruby, but he looked so plumb 1 qualifying through Fit{ StamlarJt. .. ..

' up by the ears; it is supposed '0 wore out worrying about sit-ins
.. be done with the tail. and
poverty and one thing and \ \
! Of course, I do not take El- another I just didn't do It ,11e\ A1 ,

g don's word for this anymore The way I got it figured,
than I will pick them up by Grandpa was smarter than

the ears, as Eldon is occasionally Ruby and LBJ. Is bound to

f subjected to the brainwashing be smarter than Grandpa But ft ....'f'j:; Telephones t ....;,
. of tired-iron dealers there is one difference '""I, '

and Is highly apt to become There's more sit-ins than there ',\., 284-3650 :2S4-3999! 2S4-C031 '-
i contaminated and stretch the were Rubys. fy *
l' facts a bitWhich Thought you might like to j., rf. .

t reminds me of my have this u a memento of or -

Grandpa Mosely, a big red- the knife that cut the butter M* fonton r.61P twtrfe ," ; ', .

; Congress g-981):;

264,000 pedettrient became c.*irabiei en H .

highway In 1963. Dernier FDIC

A Helm I J

List iwClay County Property with -

Funeral Home Frank W. Brown > .

tI CHARLES HELM And Associates '

sKI Funeral Director Kegtdenl Mat Es41a Mke OHEEX COVE SPBINOS, PLOBIEA ,

ISM UJ. Highway II Oman Fait

F n... ...-.... Sa5UNSe sees
v Phone 2S49I',96GREEN ( )
COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA 411 tot freatagt .a U. 8. Highway 11 The Covnly't Oldest and Largest Bak

HWT. 18 EAST P. O. BOX 41) (Just Nrth ef Gre. .a Eve Springs)



Clay Q mraf (dlrcsccnt
THURSDAY, APRiL e. illS g ,'A08 TORE:

I Green ,Cove 'SocialsMr. RED INSTRUCTOR.\VINa.CROSS AND SENIOR WATER LIFt County's First Lutheran Church: ON vMJL COUNTY MEET 4-H DEARS CLUBS TALK I Clay CountySecond Servicemenand

The April luncheon meetingof
and Mrs. Leonard Mur I Miss Sandra Stump, at student Red Cross Senior Life Bav the VIA Womans Club was Mrs. Floyd 8. Osborne of
phy and their son, Tim spent at Piedmont School of and Water Safety Instructors 4p Yawd A; held last Thursday at the clubhouse Orange Park la undergoing
the week-end In Dothan and Nursing in Atlanta spent last Courses will be offered for with Mn. Alex Pupkln I basic training at the Naval

Napier Field, Ala, attending the week with her parents, Mr. and Clay County residents at the presiding! Training Center, Oreat Lakes,

Oolden Wedding! anniversary Mfr. W. Burch. Stump on NAB. Indoor pool starting fdn5 The Rev. Gordon Craig gave 111. The nine-week training In-

of Mrs. Murphy's parents, Mr. spring recess. Monday, April 12. W q e. Af r9e the devotional. eludes naval orientation Nary
and Mrs. W. M. Robinson of The classes will be divided history and organlutlon, seamanship
Mrs. C. B. Bowles
Napier Field. The Robinson'sseven Mike Maguire was home Into three parts and will be program ordancs and gunnery,
Introduced B. D
children gave their par- last week for Easter vacation conducted from 9:00: ajn. to military drill, tint aid and
ents a reception at their homeon from Furman University, Ashvllle 11:30: ajn. over a three week McCall, Clay County Agricultural survival.
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. S. C. period agent and Mrs Sandra
Reese Hammock assistant
Registration and further information Alex O. Cardenat. IOn of
E. M. Llde returned to Mr. and Mrs. George Schra- can be secured from home demonstration agent Mr*. Ann M. Cardenai of
Canton, N. C, recently after der of Victor, N. Y, arrivedIn Mrs. Vance Powell.' 284-9138 or They spoke and showed a film Lake Geneva, has been promoted
spending! the' winter here. Oreen Cove recently for the Rev. Gordon Craig 284- on the 4-H Club program In to senior mailer iergeant .
their annual visit with their 9700. the county. They pointed out in the U. S. Air Forceat

Larry Wilson, son of Mr. aunt, Mrs. Mae Hendrlcks following some advantages derived by Cariwewll AFB Tex.
and Mrs. E. C. Wilson Is a patient a cruise: to the Bahamas the 1300 boys and girls enrolledin Sergeant Cardenas Is aground
at N.A.S. Naval Hospital and a visit with friends in CLARK HILTON 4-H Club work in Clay radar superintendentIn

,- Miami. Services for Clark Henderson County and the many field a unit that supports the

Patti Rivers, daughter of Hylton a 73-year-old resident this program Includes, which Strategic Air Command mission

Mrs. Marguerite Rivers, flew Mrs. Pat Turner, who U associated of Oreen Cove for the past will be useful to them not only' of keeping the nation's

to Mobile ,Ala., last Thursday : with Vale Hair Slyllst, 1 nine years, were held Friday now but throughout their lives I Intercontinental missile and
where she participated In the attended the Dixie Hair and : at Shlloh Baptist Church. The The cenati'S first Latheran church Advent Lutheran Men and women volunteer as jet bombers on constant alert.
"Shadow Program" at the Mobile Beauty Fair in Atlanta on Rev.'Connie Johnson and Ira . recently; evened en Rlngtley Avenue opposite the leaders to help the eblldren in The sergeant earned his B,8.
Chason officiated.He Orange Park High Scbeol now his close to 151 numbers. these programs. The V.LA. degree at Miami University
Infirmary School of Nursing. April 4th and 5th. Her hus Lieutenant John F.
She returned to Oreen I I band. Wayne accompanied her leaves his widow, Mrs. Established tkreogb. the Lutheran Board of American sponsors one child to a 4-H Dodd IOn of Mr. and Mrs. He Is married to the former
Cove on Sunday. 'I I I on this trip. Matilda Hylton; six daughters: I Missions, In Minneapolis, approximately a year ago, the Short Course which' is held Pled S. Dodd of Keystone Adeline M. Mir.
Judith Hylton of Oreen Cove; church baUdbag was designed by Herahel Shepard efJacksonville. each :year Heights has entered U. 8.

111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 t Mrs. Cora Lester, of Indian Paul R.. Beseler. one of the Air Force navigator training
Head, Md: Mrs. Doily: Miller, owners of the sit of the former at James Connally ATB Tex I ST. JOHNS SINGING
HOLY WKEKFirstMethodistChurch of LoittsvUte; Mrs. GeorgiaMcLean CONVENTION AT DECOY
Reinhold Junior
High School He will receive radar and celestial
of Silver Springe Md.; d talked to the club about the navigation training leadIng BAPTIST CHURCH

Mrs. Maxine Tuchobkt of Long homes he and his associate, to the award of silver navigator The Decoy Baptist Church.
Island N. Y.; and Mrs. Lillian t R. D. Walker of Orange Park, wings upon graduation 10 miles south of Oreen Cove

Walnut and Palmetto Streets Thompson of Bryan Road, 7.e .S plan to build. He stated that Dodd who received: his D A. off Highway IT, will hose the
Md.; three sons: Berlin and the homes to be built will be degree from Bob Jones University St. Johns Singing conventionon
Green Cove Springs, Florida Lawrence Hylton, both a( Green r a credit to that part of the was commissioned upon April 10tb.Luncheon .
Cove; and Clark Hylton, of E town and answered many ques completion of Officer Training will be served at
PALM SUDAl'.t1'RIL 11 Hurley, Vs.; two sisters, Mrs. dons concerning their plans. School at LackUnd AFB Tex. the church following the mornIng -
!1):45) : School) Margaret Lester of
Sunday Church Oreen Mrs. H. E. Rugg Mrs L. A. service
11:00 Palm Sunday Service Infant Baptism Cove; and Mrs. Chrissle Lester, Blnns and Mrs O. L. Prlngle Seaman H. Roger Oalney, The public Is Invited to at*
of Hurley, Va.; a brother, Jessie
A wwere welcomed as new mem- URN, son of Mr, Frances Oaln tend
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 Hylton. of Ira, Va.; 19 bers.
ey, andaman James R. Miller
fi:15p.m. Covered Ii iMh Supper grandchildren and two great r { USN of Mr. and Mrs.
r Mrs. Herman E. Reed chair. son
grandchildren.Burial [READ win If FORE using I
7:15p.m. Lenten Meditation t man, of the club Greater Community James It. Miller, all of Orange
was la Shiloh ceme y pl 1, Services' Park are serving aboard the
programs reported
MAUNDY THURSDAY APRIL 15 tery. Helm Funeral" Home was 4 r + The most expensive words
that their would be two attack aircraft carrier U8SForrestal
in charge. of arrangements. ,ou'll ever read are those on
7:30 p.m. Holy Communion more courses on "Sanitation"on operating out of Nor household chemical and IntactU
folk. The Forrestal recently tide labels. They're some of the
April B and on April 12 at 1
GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 18 RUSSELL BAPTIST CHURCH The Rev Kenneth Tena.sea, !<-*earU. 'minister ef S o'clock. All resident" are completed an eight-month tour I snout It takes Important five or words six years, too.of,.
12:00 -12:30 Noon-time Good Friday Service REVIVAL SERVICES START the new church grew up en State Island and was educated urged to'attend. Three courses of duty with the Sixth Fleet ..areban.teat.-
at CeneeHIa. College aad Lather Theological Seminary He are being conducted by a member In the Mediterranean Ing, and eoale
EASTER: SUNDAY APRIL 16 APRIL II, liM P.M. from ti to 13
Is married te the termer Caret Kelbjernaen.. They have an of the faculty at St. Johns I
1 9:45 Sunday Church School, The Rev. Jack Hall pastor of Infant daughter., Laarven Beth born In Clay Memorial Ilea River Junior College and the Seaman Recruit Floyd 8. chemical million I for com-a

11:00 The Easter: Service the Russell Baptist Church vital en Dew. L Bank of Oreen Cove Springshas I Oaborne, Jr., U8N son of Mr pasty to acquire
MUlllicH't'ption announces that beginning April donated 19000 to defray WI the aelentlfleevident.
Special 11, Revival services will be held re.
of Mwnliers each evening at JO'O'clock.. IIICKORT GROVE BAPTISTS there will be a Evangelistic expenses of this project. or WOMAN'S quired to qualify
PLAN EVANGELISTIC Crusade for Christ beginningon The clubroom was decorated FASHION BIIOW for label registration for anew
The Rev. C. W.
fcGORDON Carter pastor household
CRC8ADE FOR CHRIST Sunday, April llth at the In an Easter motif and. luncheon Insecticide er
of the Black Pond Baptist By Mrs. Earl F, Bryan chemlcsl.
X, CKAIfl( Minister Church will be the preacher.The The Rev. A. D. Martin, pastor church on South Oakrldge was served by the following Earl Dress, president of th.Chemical .
Avenue. hostesses Mrs. Claude Smith The Orange Park Woman'sClub Specialties Manufao-
Telephone 2845(171eMtM :> Orove ;
public U Invltad to at of the Hickory Baptist
that The Rev. R. F, (Bobble chairman; Mrs. E. D Austin, held Its annual fashion tuners Association warns that
Church ;;
tend. announces
chemical without following
show April 1 at the civic cen any
Knight will be the evangelistand Mra. Frank Canova. Mra. Alex directions akla to
services will start each Pupkln, Mrs. H. L. Blackmonand ter.The reaching. Into the medicine cab!.
evening at 7:10: o'clock. Mrs. T. J. Rivers. show was presented by net In the dark and taking the
.,' 1 Th. public ls. Invited to at. Guests attending this meeting Jean Jowers of Orange Park / Ares pill that comes to "n: .* f
The manufacturers label not
tend. were Mrs. J. C. Sapp Nfl and the theme was Spring only outlines the safety ,neu.
n. .'. H. T Armstrong, of fleshier, Fashions. tines to be taken It also tells
BILLS HARD. TO PAY? Ohio, and Mrs. Torn henry Mra. Jowera with her keen exactly which Insects will be
Sell things you no longeruse The next meeting will beMa sense Of coordlnaUng fashions destroyed' by which Ineectlclde.

through Inexpensive 6th, at noon at the club. truly came forth with a show ef For Agriculture example, the permits Department certain
Attend ClassIfIed ads and get 'quick long to be remembered Our chemical to be labeled for homenee
cash, Call DCS 4-)110 now. many thanks, to all who workedto against roaches and silver
make this show a memorable Ash but not against( .. or mooquite.
house.RWGE .. Other chemical are la.
I CHURCH NOTICESCHRISTIAN occasalon. betel' for UM In combating' carpet
il Special recognition goes to I beetle and spiders bat not flees
Mrs. Earl Bryan, Fashion Show or brown dog ticks.
!' RPIFNCE\ I' Yet of the trouble
In spite
Chairman Mrs. Jack IIhco..1Door
: CHURCH SERVICES'At SOCIETY SALE ; taken by manufacturers and the
Prise Chairman; Mrs. U.S. Government aetldental
Cor. E. lleealen BL A Charles McBride Ticket Chairman I poisonings, especially among
N. Magnolia Ave Saturday, April llth ; and Mrs. O W. "'Wh..d.1 I children, are all too common
GREEN COVE IPRINOSFLORIDA I:its) .... nalll rood Chairman for a | WhytCareleeineestI I tit's
I I so easy to save lire*. Jail
Fleet Reserve Ladle AaislUiry done. i 1 READ THAT LABEL!
April 4. INS -

eertflal. Invilatlen, .U esln4

*4 te allesel eor aervlcee.SHILOII .

The Church of Your Choice BAPTIST Clll'RCIIIti
Mlles tenth .! Green Cevellwy.


9i4l, AJW. Sunday Rrbeel. .
II:.. AJM. Preaching Hew Cross a Wildcat engine

7il P'". Evening Eervlre

This Sunday Wallows. Wek. ... with a Buick Special,

'" .. of. and what do you get?

a '.'

A car with 9 lives .

.. and a very businesslike purr.


"Did you leave that

: light on?" k

Thefts ere on the k ".... Unless
. r, you can afford to replace
'" ',;. Stole veluaUe yourself' you
,." *;. need the protection eflore by
The Travelers Umbrete of Intwance. .

.A** ut for deta. **. M

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This is sponsored by the INS I AGENCY

XI Xertk Oraage I

Ocees Cove Sage

Fame H4-W] I ta wti IdOL wwiai w'. " -.. "",,-
Yarn MU tout AU'T1ICI'.M( ma wan m wj .
Green Cove Springs Company

..... _;;""j ..J I neg Fred DAVIS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. .....,... I ,
sra.Meey....asstsw 40 oranges Ave. I'honr-aj :::t'A.! j:1dnj.: : ; Own Cove Spring


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I >AGE row (Stay( dtountg\! Crescent! THURSDAY,. APRIL t,. IW5

I Miss Clay County Pageant Friday and Saturday II YOUR EASTER ,PARADE' OF F F FASHIONS STARTS. AT


"" .'::1 Easter ParadeMoneySaving

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tj dens Timmer Donna, Gale Artie Bouchamn, Paige Johnson" 599New 2999

Pangle, or Orange Park, sponsored
,by: the A&P Food Storeof
Orange Park; Suzanne Early, School Board OkaysContinued v Choose your Eaater nit from
I i
of Orange\ Park, sponsored by arrivals In a this fine selection.'. . Fine

Park F, Geiger, agent StandardOil variety of styles Workmanship New patternsA
from Page 1))
: Gina Ttmmer, of Orange ;, Wanted Colon. value you cannot affordto

Park, sponsored iby Fred Davis Ellis, Martha Parrish, Myrtle Ward, Winston Priest, Jane mill . Come down early
3uick-Pontiac,Inc. Ardle Beau-
; Holt, Diane Weaver, Mrs Shannon Crawford and Robert
champ of Orange Park, spontored EASTERDRESSES Save Now. HURRY! HURRY!

by Long Champ & Beor.l Knight

l nard Construction Company; At Dunbar High School Henry Floyd, Betty Pattersonand

Susan Weigel, of Middle-burg. Henry Smith were among those named.At SPORT COATS
sponsored ,by Jean J owells.
Charles E. Bennett Elementary School the followingwere
The young lady selected by 1099 $12,99 - $16.99
the judges as Miss Clay County named: Mrs Hulda Brewton, Mrs. Oeorglanna Swan-

1!>85 will receive the $500. son, Mrs. Irene Jones, Mrs. Lois Nell Ramsey, Miss Blanche So Colorful . So rightly

t Pepai' -Cola Scholarship award, Smith, Miss Judy Ellis, Miss Martha Parrish, Mrs. Myrtle Choose from this)
a flCO. scholarship to the Marie Ward, Mr. Winston Priest, Mill Jane Holt, Mine Jane Weaver unusual selection. styled for your Easter ward.

Davidson School of Model. Mrs. Shannon W Crawford, Mr, Robert F. Knight You'll lore them rube. All ,II". SA VElA !

4 ing, a sports outfit from Gel. At Dunbar High School the following were named: 'Joe

ger', Store, Green Cove; and a Love, Henry Floyd, Betty J. Patterson, Henry: Smith
Susan Welgle hair dryer from Western Auto At Clay Hill School the following were named: Mr.
Associate Store, Green Cove. Raymond Williams '
The first will
The 8th Annual Mias Clay runner UP receive At W E. Cherry Elementary: School the following were Dresses
a Pageant a clothing outfit from named: Kathleen M. Anderson, Alice J. Blanton Peggy C.
be (held
County will Grace's Shop in Green Cove. Brewer, Allsle Cross. Elsie Daniel, Minnie S. Hill Laura DRESS SHIRTS AT GREAT SAVINGSIvey
this Friday and Saturday eve The trophies are being given Williams, !rztSj.r
Manning, Sally R Peacock, Marie Strong, Alice R.
jilngr at the' Green Cove Springs by the following: Bank of Green Cora Bass, Virginia Stephens, Bette Haskett, Marjorie Z h Styles la

Junior High School auditorium Cove Springs, Miss Clay County. Derbonne, Librarian, Kay H Crawford, Frances R Burle- 7. jI All Wanted Materials. t
trophy; J. P Revels Ford Mo- All Sizes
starting at 7:30: o'clock. son, Thomas E. L
torama, first runner trophy 1295 '
David Talbott, executive director Bank of Orange Park up, second; R. C. Bannertnan Elementary School the followingwere ,\", $2,99
named: Mrs. Savanna Jennings, Mrs. Mary Tugglea, ... ,
and producer of the runner ,up' trophy; Bradley Drug Mrs. Jettle P"':. See ThisOutstanding
I pageant feels that the entrants Store, Miss Congeniality trophy -
At Green Cove Springs Junior High School the following Prtttlcst Fashions i Value.

this year are outstanding, and isoc.;Talent Frank Award W. Brown; and and Huntley As- were named: Lawrence A Ray, Philip N. Slough, for the Or .q, \ 1 1EASTER@l ;... BIT NOW !
is pleased that Miss Florida I is Winifred W. Blodgett
Bros. Food Center, finalist tro. Easter Fashion Parade $3.98
expected to be present. At
phies. Keystone Heights School the following were named:

The fourteen entrant. are: The organ ud on the two Mr. James A. Jackson, Mrs. Ann Null, Mrs Claire Lutz, Plaids . Checks

Sandra Van Gundy, of Orange evenings is donated ,by the F, Mrs Betty Bentley, Mr. Sterling Crabtree, Mrs. Virginia Stripes.. . Solids
Park, sponsored by Buclt't Tin!I, 0. Miller Piano Company and Jordan, Mrs. Ann Sanborn, Mr Leslie Rhoden, Head Coach, } Featuring Name Brandt .,.:<" __
Company; Cheryl Campbell, ofMUdleburjr J. Slater Smith Insurance Agency Mr Orvllle Davis, Mrs Kay Llndsey, Mrs. Ann Kraus, 1' '
sponsored iby Cot- will provide the Insurance. Mrs. Agnes Strong, Mr. Hugh Oliphant, Mrs. Nleda Sanford DRESSES BUY MW! : 'I It: 7

rcy Tire Service of Jacksonville Friday evening the talent At Doctors Inlet Elementary School the following were u r :

f ; Patricia Hanley, of Orange will be presented by the con.teatanb named: Miss Lucy Johnson, Mrs Dorothy DuPree, Mrs '
Park, sponsored 'iby National and on Saturday evening Jane Edwards.At SPORT SHIRT SPECIAL I !

Mobile Homes; Paige there will ,be swim wit and Orange Park Elementary School the following were 95 o
Johnson, of Orange Park, sponsored evening gown judging before named: Mrs Margaret fltollenwerch, Mrs. Vernice Miller, 14 J \ Choose from this big, sew

by Chesser Motor Parts; 'dhooslng the five finalist. The i Mrs Jennie C, Kinderman, Mrs, Lenora Aston, Mrs. Eliza. i ''I l flection In an wanted
Melkda. Glennan, of Green ,five finalists will ,repeat their beth Weeks, Mr. Lemuel Wright, Mr. Wendell LItchfield, 1 l 199 1
Cove, Elaine Carter, of Green talent presentation Mr. Allen E. Sanford. Sparkling New Exciting 11 IiiStyles .' styles and colon Truly a $
Cove and
Carroll, of Becky Campbell, Miss Clay Others resigning! at Orange Park High an: Mrs Marjorie Remarkable Savings Hurry.
Adorable Colors
., KWnge Park, all sponsored by County and Libby Clayton, Miss Duncan, Charles I. Hill, Lela Russell, Robert C. Rupp, \ Ii I \ ,
Meadowbroolc W, D. Morris, distributor for Congeniality of Florida will Mrs Nora Payne, Raymond L Kelly, Mrs. Karen Mulder, t\H.\ .1 rUSE USE OUR LAH-WAY PlAN NOW

Farms prevent a skit during the intermission Miss Roberta Wager and A. W. Rasbury.

i Also Donna Gales, of Mid. Resignations of two teachers at Clay High were also OUR LAY-A-war PLAN NOW
dleburg, ..sponsored by Clay Oil Tickets are on sale at the accepted. They are: Billy Montgomery and Mrs Clara '
( ,Corp.; Janice DeRosier, of Bank of Green Cove Brookover. Mrs. Ann Sanborn resigned from the staff of BOY'S EASTER SUITS

Green Cove, sponsored by Green and Townsend's sprina-\\ Keystone Heights School; and Virginia Stephens resigned I NEW ARRIVALS
f i?ov. Yarn Company; Jeanne Pharmacy! from the staff of the W. E. Cherry School
1111 parade soproudly
IL: In this suit. :.11d':

At---- LRG1L hOTKK $9.99EASTER
Notice !II hereby Klvrn that
III. Clay County Zoning Coramli- iYtrle',
linn will hold a Public ft.,rlnl( Many Styles'
on Thursday, April II im. a i

J. P. Revels Ford Motorama Commlnlon"IIY I!00 clock Ccuntr pm(Coiirthoun hamhm, In the.of County Urrvit the and Shapes to SUITSFaahlena4

flprlnci. Florida for the Choose From
nurpn.. of firm-In objection,
If any to l l..u1n. Right
a rtrmlt to
comply with Section I, and *... \ for the
lion t. t'ara.ra..h, 1.1 II of Artl. daysX12.99
Zonlnir R.'atlon.' n to 3198.4198
use the followlnv de.crlb.dproperty .

ctl)11. ,' comm For .a nc tor.point at a lh TralUr.of 8K beginning corner Park! or. 6.98 t

1e K.o, I. TWP an.. run** UK.; 5.98 New arrivals In style.. *
\\ ,J thence run Wnt don( the
nuthi-rly lint. ef: .ald sec, Quality that cannot t* '
750 fret; then at rliht .nl I..
Corn and run North. DO frt; Yoe'H Love This i1 tq..l" SAVE NOW !
thence at rlehl an.I.. turn and ..
run Earl loo foal. then. at Unusual Selectionof
rlaht anil turn and run South
i Biggest Ever roe f*.t: thence turn and run e
j East ISO feet to the Eaalerty '
lln* of acid Srr,| then,* turn Easter "" BOY'S NEW SPORT COATSJOIN
and. urn South alone th* Esat.rlv I Valli"L.
lln* of *M S.r? fee .
ON 4o the, point\ of bvKlnntnr. all THE EASTER PARADE IN STYLE
IS NOW I"t. and twin 'In Sec. I.
TWP US. name UK Clay
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J I Largest Stock of ...All........arll..hal|.".In.'. a Inttmt, nntxirtiin and* C SPORTSWEARBEAITIFVL $9 8
+ $1298
i l I'mace to. b hard al ald, ttm. and

Cloy Count* "",'"'' Cnmmlai'on
lir' -,..,.. r. Croat" l lI
J Fords Mercurys and Cometsto I halrm.1II BLOUSES 2.99 3.99


I "'o. le I ti.r.>>v then| th.lth' 4i
choose from / ('I.. ConniT 7",,1"1 rommlIon .> r SHOSTS 1.99-2.99 srr1 st
will! hold .. lltirlnc" ;
,l .. Thuiiditv. April :t | .S at
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Featuring the award-winning Mercury I (Clay one-no.,,.freely ftnrln* of*.benttnt CnorOimw Vlnrlfa nhWt'onn.for fir-ea-e JAMAICAS 2,99 3.99 9 1UK4flE: t ,waLasNUG/ JiJ ;

I If any t.. Mint. a ....,11I.. larmmnly ,
with Mrtf| 1 and Se".n SMIRT: NEW
t. P..r' ..*r.h llof "I''i,.
Don't take elses deal uutil M1'1 ..f th. "A" rnnnty' XoHlncMlnotnc FORTUNE: sod JARMAN
t'.MPrtone. nere.h I. '.... ,.. SKIRTS 3.99-4.99
dwrltwd.,. nra.rn. Od..... .. UtfrrsMack
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you have seen ours--Come in and see. I tine M a*." J tt...Scunderl.|n'.e n .o. COMBINATION . Brown
a.'e. Ca ofh Public flee.cede

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601 N. Orange. Avenue OHKKN. : COVE .'. >.a,;l>>.". an ftpD..rt.*.
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BUYER'S GUIDE IN TUB COVET: OP TUB COtlb.T : IV: TUB tOlUT; : Or TUB n* THE CTRCurr COURT 0!' THE MO feet to the point of beginning: at th* North and ef saId eurv and
II ItJ' UIIQ. CLAY COUNT>> COtMY JtUUk:: IN ANSI FOIL' FOURTH ,JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT Or thence run L.., ole fact: thence ., -maent to lbs North go foot right of
VI.OHIUA.. IN I-HWBATK. IxLAV COl; M IV. rLUKIDAft FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY a right, angl South IM feet: thmc way: line of Stat Road It at the

In r*: hti* of .. lid !COUNTY. FLORIDA at a right, angle' Wnt 411 feet; Wait end of laid curve. paid panel
LiLA.: MAT J. ODUH III It.: Eatat of AT LAW. CASK NO U-4-L thence at a right' angle' North lot A and B containing 0.(0 acrea, more
). ...e4. CAHWIt\lllLI.1A STATE ROAD DtPARTMtNT: Or feet to the) point of beginning lying .Is... exclualv of editing road
SON HAV1NU< CLAIMS OR TO IKKIHTOHS: of Florida. and lIne of Moody Road. Section. 1161. Stat* Road 1 >.
AIR CONDITIONING BEYEUACES REAL ESTATE h.MANla: AGAlMSr< SAID To all creditor and peraon CLAY COUNTY a political 'ut>. Hal uld Purvey line being deecrlbt OWNERS: H. M KNOWLES: and

EIITATJC: having claims vr .dinmnUaamlnit I division of th* State of Florida, ai follow: JEWEL KNOWLES. husband and
You ana each of you are hereby laid *aiatiVuu PiUUonsfl. Begin at the enuthweet corner of wlf .
MILBERGER notified and required to pr- and each of you ar* her. *. V. the SEU of SWU of Section. ITownihlp e e e e e *

TIN REALTY lent any tlaim and demand by nrt'Wed to proient any claim JOYCI: PADCLLA KNOWLFS I South Range M Eait SECTION TIM4-M41
PAUL'SAll which ,.... *r either ef you.may or dinmnd which you, *r either torm.rely JOYCE PADELLA OW. sod run thmc North l*l1li" Wino STATE ROAD S IM A
have galnat I the eitat* of of you mav have agalnal the THER and RALPH W. KNOWLES: Ml?40 fret to th. northweit cornerof CLAY COUNTY
REFRIGERATION Hilda T. Nelh Lila May J. Odum deceaaed, I eatate of Carloa McXIulllan de- her huiband *t al, th. NEU of SWU of aald Section SDEICHIPTION

late County, to Ik* Coun.ty cvaaeil Ute h.'JluahcC.: : Defendant. *. containing Oft* icree more or PARCEL
Legal Beverages Realtor :JIr"f Clay County, riorlda Florida, to JKlvera NOTICK: or 1 lea*, ixcluilve of milling. road right That part of: Commence at th.
HXrtl "I"
at hla office In th* courthouae County Judit of Clay northweil corner of Section 3&.
SERVICEAir of .al4 County at Or..n County al hi. office In th* ('uun.C NOTICE! or EMINENT DOMAIN OWNERS: GlENN K HAHN and Township n. South, Rang U Eaat
tf RENTAL Open S A. M. .. 1 A. M. all calendar month from the Sprlnaa. Clay County Ainnids.within . 'IN THE NAME AND BY THE wlf. feel to the point of beginning,
Air C.ltl..I.: .*,ratte & ACREAGE ft LOTS time of th* tint publication of tight month. from the. fLORIDA AUTHORITY or THE STATE! r . . . thenc continue on the dame court

.*4 HMttBgr Sortie* I thl. nolle" Two cop).. of men data of the flrat publication o( PARCEL 4 220 feat: thenc South on-M East,
9 8. Palmetto Street claim or. demand hail h* Inwrltlnc thin notK*. 10 ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. That part of: Commence at th. 420 fet: (thenc South DM3 West
Dnral Line CoJuwftIaI and to all '
County Residential demand muvt and
and ahall alat the Each claim or paraoni partIra northweit corner of the north***! 220 feet: thence North OO'M Wit
284-ITIO be 4n wrltlntc and tonal (tat. clalmlnf or havlnf any: right 4M feet to th. point of
Phone beginning
Home pl&c of raldenc ant peat office
.utrIaI \U of Southwell 1, of Section ITownihlp .
North ef Park till
Oranre *. ..
a Bnslneu Phone 28t-.5Sl CoDtJIf. office addrei of th* claimantand other lien to or on thoe certain feet of th* line of State
Serving Gresttr CUy hall be awora to by th. claim and run South :JOO feet to th* point survey
,parcvla of land .
be worn to by Ui.claImant. hereinafter described ,
Road B
ant. hla agent or attorney andaccomiuinted mut 120 A. aald lurvey line being
of 'beginning: thenc at a right snglsrun
.. PnbtlerHONK his agency. or his at. and th* followlni peraoru to- described aa followi
BOATS ." by, a fllln f** of lait Oil feet; thence al right :
APPLIANCESTV on* dollar and auch claim or d.. torniy. or tt will become void tether with all unknown parsons mule run South eO feet: '''.noe at Begin' on the West line of Section
mind cot an filed hll' be void. according I to law claiming b,. through or under M. Townahlp 4 South, Range 15 East:
right angl run West OIl feet
1 Dated: April t: UU..n.. known pcrtoni who sri dead or : at feet
APPLIANCE /./ Walter Q Odum a point 14 northerly from the
thence North SO feet to of \beginning
OTlVe M4-J4I1 A*' of theEatat /*/ Jeanette Mc.MulllanAa who api not known to lit dead or within 14 southwest comer of audit Section H.
lying' EmIt: and
:: Admlnlatratrlx' rf the llv*: '
SERVICEWe of run thence North 19'2'1'02" E 12MJSfeet
INLET U... tM-M Lela May 1. Odum K.tate: of ('.,Ioe MtMulllan RALPH W KNOWLES feet of the exirvey: lln* of Moody to the centerline of Slat Road

Repair An Brandt decenary I> K-ei..1. Hctidenc: Bout I, Box 130) Road Section I TltlO-Mo. aId survey No. U4. containing 0111 acrei more
ATI. 8. at 8Q St.Greet. Flnt Publication on- April I, Green Cov Spring Florida line being drrlbd a* follow:
Oranre rirat puhlkallon April 1. l ltSrrnbv I or '.", exclualv of ."I.Un, road
sin lar CIa, County OUTBOARDS *. Yon "". JOYCE PADFLLA c.'orm.17 Begin at the Southwell corner of right. .
Cere Sprints Ir. .. 11 II IINOTICH th. SEU of SWU of Section I. way
For Sixteen Year Atlorneya at LawOrang : O H WILSON and wit.
THERKiiinoi Township I South Range H LaN
Park Ylcelda4i. I KATURAH R WILSON
Park Ph. 2441585FULLERTON'S MERCCCISER SERVICE I. II. tt : Rout t Don MO and run thmc North 111'II" Weal . . . .
Oran UPHOLSTERY . Or I.IOo.IILATIO'llTO Green Cove Dprlngi. Florida lop 49 feet to th. Northwest eorner PARCEL
.if WHOM IT MAT CONCK.IIN: I of the NIl. of SWU! of asH Section I
BOATS TRAILERS .HIQ riarrer. C'CII'RTor RIVFRSIDK: BANK OF JACKSON- i That part of: Beginning at a point
("LAY C'CH NT,. YI.OICIItRB Notice I. hereby given of \1Ll.C I. containing 1044. acre., more or 110 tint due Eail from the aouth-
tine In apply to the 1X1 Hei-. lo**. excluilv of xlitlng road
("RotVrJIIITIII. a Corporation right .. .. .
< corner of Section II. Township
OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOPHwr. A TO Z UPHOLSTERY .. ."'''.(J aim of the Florid Lrgli-lntur I Reildenc; lIlt King Street o' "'I'. 4 South, Rang U Seat: : thence
Fur nejiaij of *n act relating OWNERS: GEORGE: M WOODS and
tl N. Orsn lo Clay County, publicity anpron.ollonsl SOPHIE: ... WOODS huiband
17 Orange Park riallrttffBTKV'KN LAWRENCE: HULSEYlmldncl ,
Cove 284-4444 South II* fl to the South
Green SPC*. -
AventM expenditure ) wlf*.
Phone XI4-98U Ill MatnotU JAY amending lection I of chapter 1M Wataon Street . . . section lIre of Section. M: thenc
KNIOHTON .). "" Outer GeorgiaBERN1CE West 110 feel lo th. point. of beginning
Greta Cove> Springs IHrendant.OTICR I. lAw Of I"lorl" bFulh"rl.ln. : P. HUL8EY PARCEL: I
ACCOCN1TNO board of lying northerly: of and
Ph INSURANCE TUB STAlh. l>r FLORIDA-T98Tr.VKN : annual budget and lo expend I Buford, Georgia northweit corner of th. northeail Stale Road 8.HO A. Section. 11904M01 -

ACCOUNTINGAND FTJKN1TUU8CANVAS JAY KMOHTON.IIU each your for publicity mid promotional GLENN S. HAHN I li of the outhwnt I( of Section I. Hid survey line .being deecrlb-
REED 1 NAM Keamflald Residence: 30 in ARe' Drlv Township I South, Hang M East; oct at follow:
nurpoaaa a aunt nut *i-
Imperial Uearh California. reedlnaflv* thouaand dollar Lak Worth Florida thence Last, I foot: thenc South Begin on the West lies of Section M,

AND FRANK WM OHO BOAT TOPS a CUSHIONS YOU AttN HKHEUY NOTirtKD : (II.ono.00)NOTKN). NORMA E. HAHN parallel to the wwt line of paid Township I 4 South Rang W East at
that a cult ha* been filed agalnit Reildenc: lou Alice DrIve northeast U of eouthweit U. HI a point M feet northerly; from th*
SERVICE SLIPCOVERS MADE. you In the above entitled ".u.. .Lake. Worth, Florida feel to th. point of beginning: aouthwMt corner of eaid Section! M.

Uile Kenney Owner Special Acentleeeraewe and you are hereby required to Or AIM GEORGE M WOODS thence continue on the aame IIOU...., run thmc North W'1701' EailUWIS
New FUrniture .erv. upon plaintiff attorneywhoae Notk 'U hereby given that. teildeno, 1M3 Elm Avnu IS feet thence at a right anile feet to th. cenlerline of Slat
1 N:Orange Are. Green Cove name and .dll...* appear Impend' Bach, CaliforniaHOPHIEL It feel; thenc North at :
wtlk reraeeial ierrtee with the Old Comfort" pursuant to Sinai dire t. offoretloaure : ; nigh angle, Road IM containing 0 lot acres
hereon your written defenaea, entered In caui WOODSlaldnc hit feel: thence Weal lbS feet lo the mon or leis, excluitv of exlatlngCHERRY
TeL 2141721Personalized Complete Insurance CeTcrst If any. to the bill of complaintIn numbered Slit In th. Circuit .: 1M1 Elm: Avenu point or beginning, 'lying East and road right ol Way.
C. A. ITCMMn. laid ...It. copy of whIch I mnerlnl Beach CaliforniaMORGAN within 14 feel of the lln of I
Services Crurt of Clay County, ..1"1.... 1 eurvev OWNERS: GLADYS a
LITKk FIRE AUTO tc you herewith on will aril the properly altuat Inlay D CLARK Moody Road Section: tlllO.hull. single women
tiiAccounting HOMEOWNERS or before. May I. A.!).derre IIti.1I..ln ( County, Horlda, deiorlbed"Lot Reildenc: Maiten DrIps aald lurvey lln. twins derlbd .. . . . .
fall not
or proronfeaao
: tt Auguatln, Florid 'ollown PARCEL I'l'hAlar"
& Tat MORTGAGE LOANS wilt h* entered aaalnityou 14. lIbel I, MKAtHW.HHtNiK (LARA CLARK Refill at the eoulhweit corner of th* of: Lot 11 II 11. tl. II

Returns HOSPITALIZATION Dont Take Less for the relief prayed In. th* UNIT No, t, according leildenc: Mailer Drive SEU! of SWU! of Section' I. Townahlp ,' it). Rldirewoml Dlvl-
bill of eomptalnt.I'IIr .
t<. nlal thereof recorded In I It Auguitln. Florida I I South, Rang N East, and run ion I of Orange Park, Clay County
.r tS4-SS4S When You Can Get The Beitl IIKINfl FOR ItVOhtCiC.wI.I.NpNa SUIT rial Ihiok '. pgea II and II HINTON: E:. CLARK Ihenc North tMlll Wins HOC riorHli, iyiug,' northerly of n.1
BU8inf"AI Firms &; Pbenei Green Cove mv hand and th. ...1 of I ha pirhlle record ol Clay Uildenc: Rout I feet to th. nnrthwit corner of the within 40 feet of th* purvey :

Jaekwmvilto US-ttn of ihli Court al eIr..o CHnrlnaa -.,* County Klorlda" Plham.ISONCHIEP(;tsoriaMARY NEU' of SWU of MM Section I 0 Slat. Road S IM A. Section 11504KKiI .
Individuals BAXLEY TRIM SHOP Florida. this let) day at ttvbllo ..1.. Co the highest' and. : CLARK containing 0 OM '., mor* er 1 leeaixclualv . Mid .urv.) lbs being deacrlbed -
"*.Id....' Rout I .
of March A.n. 1141.SKA boat bidder for mph. at II front of ."llItln, road right of1WNERS followi l
LnUq... u.I ........ ( !.) dear of Ih* Clay County (Court Pelham, Georgia w.... Begin al the southwest (MIm.' olSection
IdtewtM and Wed Sis.Grer orrWOK U C4RL''''.!:. Clerk ft nu.a In llr.n ('*va ttmlnuaWorld :' HORACE T. CLARK : HEIRS Or VIC1C: MAl VI, Townihlp 4 South, Rang
I' .
II, M..,1. O OrrhardUTVnni *. between l1sI: AM and Reildenc til Huron Streetfackennvlll PIPPIN U Eait. run thence North WI2 U'
CAll EY'S Cere Springs He.k lot) HM cm April U,.All 161. .. Florida MORGAN D CLARK and CLARA FagS: HOI) N feel 10 the It.., lln. of

T. J. ".nn'n' _.. "'.. A Court Hal MIREASED: : CLARK (ClARK huibamt pod wire Section n at a point H feet northerly .
TKAOCTUOrccn rttene 'U.IIIUpliOLSTEaT J.m.. T Norton IIrOlllllC ... r"nUIIILI!:, He.l.lenc' til Huron Street II r:NT'ON r ClARK and MARY 1 from the *outh...l oornr of
FLORIDA I Attorney fer PlatntIff link Circuit OnRyi "., Jackennvlll. Florida. MONCHIEr CLARK. huiband and Hid Section H containIng 1303

CT BpctefS, JIIIMa Ad",...: Vivian If. Hohm, JOHNNIE, wlf .".... more or I.... exclullv of sac
.. U ll.a It* eeuly ClarkKOTKM. .: itt Avenue BECairn : HORACE T CLARK and MIR sling read right of way
U E.: Pslsaer. .&.. TeL SMttMAiitMjtM PbtrtbeUr ... OeorflaMARTHAJ
hum COT Spring. FlorIda' EASE: : O CLARK husband and OWNERS! JOSEPH r. BROPHY
.. Orup AYDSUS Cars A Furniture) - CLARK wlf and wlf,
I. TIIH, manly ro nT or lealdenc: Ith Avenu* IB7lro : JOHNNIE L. CLARK and MARTHA . . t t

TeL ZM-SS44 All Jersey Milk (:...'" rot.ITT. nnniiiAIP Or HKtOMMl IINANIMiNUTICK .' ( OenrilaWINONA J. CLARK. husband and TAKE NOTICE: that a Declaration

Oranee 1'nrk n Tears Experience' r"a\rr:"TVi U : U,"toN: i FAYR: (CLARK a minor wlf* of been tiled In theshone
Residence: :MI5 acotty Hoedl.rl..o.iviil. "" foct"
r nttrJOIIV thai tha CIty Communion of lhaLily JAMES RUSSELL CLARK 4e- sears by tIcs Petition-
Blending Zeal TeL Per KUWARD BIHIIER' of Ocean Cov. spring, t ., Florida ".... era. th. acquiring authority of thus

J ok) *onvilleBbuMUiK Free EatlmsU FlalnHffCANmCK, Morlda. will hold a IMI 11u .....,. DEBORAH LEE CLARK, minor HEIRS Or JAMES RUSSELL proceeding of the taking. of lbs
.. Meeidene: :MNMt acuIty Road .
inn at the city 11.11 In ald. City CLARK above lerrlbd Until. for the purpoae
c..... ... HOME DELIVERYCALL rHANCBS 111'1111.:11.: ....inning at IOU oclock, p.m. Jacksonville, Florida WINONA FAYS: CLARK act forth In the Petition In
TeL TTl-ttti Pkk-l'p A Baleen Uefen exlMOTICH on lbs IIh day of May lull, for SANDRA LYNN CLARK a minor 5 minor thli cam vIa I Road right.of'way
or .. IT Ih. purpoa of nnaiderlng |,... Kwldeno: :Hin5 SanIty Road UrilOHAH: LEE: CLARK on RANUri ROAD alao known al

II WE: TRADE IN ANTTHINOOF X.....4t .r SI4-IUI '* wilt 0..,...... TUB STATIC or rWIUUA-Tol .... ol an ordinance rei"nin. rackennvlll. Florida a minor MOODY ROAD and a Stat Road,
CBUUAO t anneal ........, certain property and land wlitiln MILDRED CI.ARK RAOLEY SANUHA' LYNN CLARK. Section .I..1JtIIIt and road rightof .
VALCR llldeae. Inkaowa.tuu Heelilene. :Ml Scotty HeadJuehnnnviili minor A
She corporal* limit of paid C"lya a .way on STATB ROAD S UO .
Alt*. NOTI. follnw: Florida Mil. > f wlliw nf Section Ito! 18ul) and a Slats Hoad""
ITIa-U that a ault baa ..... filed hot I. lilork 11 tlrien ('ovs ROBERT UAOl.EY JAMES IIIr-\.\ 'kL now alt being Stat. Roads In Clay County .
aaa.nnl ... ,n u. abets .n. Knrlnii* front R.| Multiple Reel.lenc*. :knOt S.ntty Road )1I'.l' >lItl1:I I'l.A ltl( IIAHI,KT rinrlila' and that lbs HonorableVwtR
tilled ca.... sad you are kereujreuulreel family llwelllnItlatrtcl. >o lackeonvlll. Florid ant married lo llolirilT: J WAVBRIOHT or .ni of
le seeps upon plaintiff ('.. Cimmertial Dlatrkl (It*. MOHTUACiB INVEMTMENT I1A"J-I" Ih* Judge of Ih* Circuit Court of
attorney ubc.. name and idreaa I ). FOUNDATION' INC. . . Florida ami INs rourthuili
appear ...r..._. yvur .,IU.. d*. lit I. Block. II Onen ('..'i Neelrtenre: ani N I, fill Street PARCEL Clay, County lal Circuit, of Florid' will.

CLASSIFIED ADSHELP lenee*' If any. le in. bill of complalai Snrln.a. from i it., Multiple Miami' FinnidaJoSEPHINE. That part of; Commence at Ih. m 11,5> It day of APRIL AD. laSS

la aald ault copy of which amity liw.lllnir Illetrlil. lo M KET7ELKealdenr northweit eo...., of th* northiil .1 IM clock P M. In lbs Clay:
li delivered t. you herewith. ca ('.. Lummervlal' I Dliirlil (It.. *! MI S. Ulaoayn River '. of the ....'.lIw..' U of ScllnnI County Cmirlhoua* al Green. Cove
or' before April II. A! 111.llrnia I :)' Drlv* I South Hang M Saab rkirlil' . eonalrier said Declaration
L.I Spring
fall$ nit ar decree pro 4. Block IT, II"." (''',o Miami, Florida TDwn.hle. of Taking ippolnt ipprilin .
.(.,.... will be entered ...,". MDrlnca. from IIIA on* INIIK II M KNOWLESNealdenc : lln.".h rtlilanc along nail of qunraecllon make. luch ord... a* the
I* feet and
.. far ... relief prayed In the ale) Family Dwelling IHalrlil *, Rout I. Ron 43 All to
t. lo a point; thence run E:. l parallelto t deems propr
In ( I :
1 ef complaint .mn..I.l Green Cov FloridaJEWEL
IHeirk Hprtnaa ;.u.uru inlrt
Ih. all
; North lln nf nail quartereecllim and portia.
WANTED BUSINESS Its feet tft Ih. of .beginning . and be heerd al the
point sytwar
.. may
IHVOHCK.wrTMKHM >> said IHetrlrti
BKIN: rolt ar* Ml up and Residence: flout I. Ron 41
my hand and ,... provided for I In the City' solo Green <'five llnrlnga, Florida Ihenc South parallel, to lime and' place diig' *<*d YOU

HELP WANTED: Watkins COMPETENT MAN OR UO- FOR RENT SkId roes seal of nail Court al U,... CoveSpNnaa. ordinance. and at Mid lime. and O H. WILSON the WinS line of said quarter eee- YOU AND EACH to or ar by'
bk.elda.l Ibis I Ilk day of Place' all lwrtle. In and Reeldenc Rout IOr.nte lion IIS feel: Ihene E..t at aright hereby commanded appeer
lash seen CUr C... ,. Ladyer MAN wanted In ares Mten4 Weekly er monthly ,.... r*.. Man.i. A. l>. IMIOkUIUlH .111..... ihall hay an ipiiortua- Park: FloridaKATUHAII angle. Inn feel; thence North' filing *n Answer to the Petition In the
lip be .,... I .I S right angl IIS feel: thenceWeil heretofore iileil In this cauae
GMHeman .1..... le IIS.M .- by this wrs.r U .... nu .."..... Rlrerrtew MeUI.milre .. > IIEALt: lied U Circuit CARUSLR.(.ourtfly la,., Merlin h. 1. lUrrl. Soul R WIIJMMHeildence I al right angl ,bIll feet. to lbs above mllltad Court an> .' before

.tnUlI first yea,. WriteF. and eclirct ,,.. eels .eptrslXi earth .. Orem c.*. VIvian II. SnhmUeputy M.,., I Orange Park: Floridant.Ariva 'poi
Bex IIS Frmlt- % essAy ...Ia.....*). Mar lie si Black Creek t-4tf clerk _ _ _ 4.I. II riitRHVReeldmc Section.. ol my hv
W. MUtrr. BprtNO Jennlaa A. N,,rtoaAtUrncy : Route i. Soc 114Orange I. Township' South Smog. lent ou or *ny you
with KitI 'f'TH'K i *: II Eait lying within' :M feel of th. : ami lu Sb. *bov* .( land
land Psrk. FJerVU. 4.IpBABT ........ part u... sUo' far PlainIffAddree i Park. yheid.20SEP11 in
FOR RENT I..*..em ...... .: I'. O. line tit Noll.. I. hereby given thai r. RNOPHYReidlence .urvo) ins of Moody Road. SectionlioN md ihow .u.. why th. **m*
pre.aI ceItkL (I to Uwr 0,... ('eve ."'1.... Florida. the liar County".I'"mml.. lOll.... MM survey line beingiteecrlheil should not be taken. for Ih* ueei .n4purpoeei
|M StravtQulnev
SITTER WANTED IMaan. biers alM .N capital nfemhh4 wilL I larut .. ..11. it. '.1, I elm will hold. a Hubll.). llearlna' ; I Mntoarhiiiett.ANN . a* follow Ml forth In the Petition
U.Fer on Thuraday April It lIe'. at begin. at the cnrttiweil corner of hind 11..1.,
..". sob*, wesaan to ear ,...IM. C4wU lie built UU cleer pmfcas. .. Highway l. TIIK 4IfltlT CotS<
far' Iwe gnaO chlUrrM. Lire !a eMU *.*..*.*. plaa lea ...... InfennatlM ....*. SI4T744. or LAS enlist'. rtuNitiAII I liar ortimleelon I. hambere .of Ih* Qulney Maaaachueetla* IS4 Township I Smith. Range M Eail of Ihl Court on Ih* I day of APRIL
cnlrCnv Cn'rlhouu. lirnon run thence North M-W44 East
er' ....:.. Fee. 4lcUil .ba1I4I714. I.h. cas .....*. Far. lees lat I.tie S.t .MtM es..43FRANCF. KM*. ....,."... rl......... for 'hipun. All unknown heirs of VICIE MAC HUM feel In the northeait enrner A D: 111II'fltII"lillft C'AltLlat.t

4.Ip U HAN4RN HUAItUrlalatlff _. at boaning. nhjorplnns' PIPPIN whoa reeldence ice un of NE'. of SWU of Section I Town- CLERK nr THE CIRCUIT ("OVitT.IN .
.rft>w write, INTERSTATEMEICUANDISEU. FOR RENT: ...... rsrala.v4eetUre If. any I. lieuttiv. a permit lorutnplr mown. ship I I South Range M Last, eon.laming AND rOil LAY; COUNTY.
with ... 't'o"' I I. and ...... SECTION Till*-MMSTATI
<< .
Bern 14.RKk4 4i square feet. mere er rt.OIIIDAMYGRACIM
.., ..
itver. Fer RANDCU. ROAD
e lion ROAD
Itr.WI'IJtT1I' a. MUAHU farairaph Ill of Aroils I I.., eicluilve ef eilillng. road. CARLISLEtFPUTY
FOR SALERESTAURANT: ..*... ....... 4-I thaI ..... 2S4-I1T4. 3-lIlt. LrnteaianlRUVILN XVI .( the 61., I unly P.o sing CLAY oourrrY nehl. nf way CLERK
or am K*.Mlallone. namely la nee Ih* OESCRimOMtARCIL OWNFR I MORTGAGE INVEST ''IIIAI.I

FOR FOR RENT FMn ..... spaurtseesit a Trallr farm .
K..aeih 0 Muard.ToTATie'irSKV.rr. The East M feel the North IM i SfArEROADDgPARTMENTMOUANUHUILDINO a
River View Rfetomnt silk erwltkent . New Co..tructhau with I.. rem M WsJI A Barer. of land onilellna1 of feel of th* South HIT feel of the "OHTflAOr.II/O.PJIIJlfI:; M.
HaiTI, .V1P11' 111 .. .... mar *r .leee. ell< Beet ian feel of Ih* NW. of SW!. KETZEL 'rAI.l.AIaAoerg UJItIOA
raeteL S saike aMrtkCSC -....., .. .. Street Oreen c... CeeirtsOevtle' that a awN ... keen f led .aalnela4 ...t'" In 11w' I*. TMf ... of Section I, Townahlp 4) South, . . . T J JENNINOS, JR fl.

si tUs k Creek eu VA. Patia. ......... Far. lafenMtie ye. In thi abiYs. .UIt-4 ..u.. flings larly. UK.deerrlbed and. mere' ...'1.... Hani M ta.t being that I Dart of PARCEL ? COUNTY AnORNEY CLAY
ee fullnwaiommtare
rae ar. ......., required s.a. . aid land lying woeS and within ,?. COUNTY
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year wrllte. PaIl I-\' : > -* >ierly tow acre.. more or. ... eicluelv Rang M SanS trIfle within' orcoiiNun, VON TII.1'ITITIOnJll. !
FOR SALE ntH bdrus eji General Tractor VkerkLB4ars4nc FOR RENT: > kettrees beaus, kill ef ._,1.1.1 line ci If l\ t. rltht-ofwlV of Un
If ear. |* Ik* Ih. point ef of exiting rood S feet the survey ef Moody _ _
keMe. .*. kkMk west el high DiKI.,. Ptow STI BaysH Stre.4, Or*.* C... I* ..... *illt. etpy of which I* Mintlnue alna kealnnlMIherwa.i4 OWNVIS$ RALPH W: KNOWIMand Head, Section: 11510.150. pact sumac .. -
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Sprint ke/ore April t*. A It .. formerly JOYCE; PAUEILA LOW *! en Ih* North boundary nf the WIUiM
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--- Nile .. fcereky ..... Si late*. ef March. A n !: 'lay ('...t,. ..1<.,..01.1 ale Hang M Cart being Bert at' '10' b'dr .of '.. ,llI. rulel
prtrste orI . Ik 141 atoe- I. A land Mid landa lying woeS and within A parcel ef land .In th* P!'. *' SW I 'Ice (
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FACE SIX Clfay County Crescent 1!


I v CLAY HIGH NEWS .A..- I The Marlin' -By Rambler Boy Scout NewsBy .

BASEBALLThe First place winners and their Next week Bob Funari and Economics program will be presented DAYTON! WILSON '

Clay High St. Joseph'sof events were as follows: his charges go to Gainesville by.M1q,Eloise McBee, Ant SeontmssUrr
St. Augustine match Saturday Jay Ooolsby broad jump and the University of Florida Home Economics teacher;Those

March 27 was rained out 440 yd. dash high jump field for a four-day meet with modeling at the program win There'll be no promotionthis self as am outstanding-leader

with the score 11. The game Ronnie' Denmark pole vault Florida High of Tallahassee be: Sherrl Clevinger, Janis De aide of the ocean, BO cheerup and Bobby Machen whoilM

is to be re-scheduled,,Tuesday Terry Carlisle discuss Perry High and P. K. Younge Rosier, Janice Fletcher,Carolyn my lads Bleu 'em til! I'm an assistant Patrol Leader",

March 30. Phil Nichols tied in high of Gainesville. Garrard, Pat Hyland, Donna sure every man who has ever brought back a blue ribbon.for
Clay High was defeated 10-8 hurdles Jarrell, Nancy Knowles Ellen been a member of the Armed htanatnd'! tbs absence of his

by Fernlndlna. Bartholf Tucker Thomas Camblll took 2nd in DAD'S VS. FOOTBALL Mitchell Nancy Newell Peggy Force remembers that line. Patrol Leader at the 198 Htk-

and Hutchings got two hits the 220 ,d. dash and 3rd in the PLAYERS Outlaw, Patti Rivers. Jack! Fortunately, and to the delight oree.
each. One of Hutching's hits shot putt. Gerald Moody placed Thursday, April the 8th at Rupert and Pat' Vance.. of the boy. Involved' Troop 121 We baM ana other promotion\
was a home run. Tucker was 2nd In the mile run Allen Den 7:30 PJH., the Clay High football has plenty of room for promo- to report and that is the pro,

the losing pitcher with eight mark throwing the discuss and players will play the Dada PROGRAM tion.With motion, ta repent,and:that:Ito

errors. The'remaining baseball Steve Lowe running the mile Club in a game of basketball.The PHYSICAL FITNESS the advent of the new tflte Dalmatian of,Brian Wells

schedule: is as follows: both placed 3rd in their events. game will take place In Plans are now being mad Cub Scout Pack in Green Cove ta Jliniar Assistant.Scoutmaster --

April 2 Btarlce There I Two Clay High athletes made the Clay High gym The public for a girl's physical fitness and the Increasing Interest ;. Btian did an. exceptional'

April 6 Sante Fe Here the Florida Track and Field Is cordially Invited to attend. program. 'The program among the boys, the troop Is job Assistant Patrol Ltadec -
'4:30: Honor Roll for their performances Price of admission will be: from the American Association growing rapidly. As the troop and .. he is,old enough.

April 0 Fernlndlna There I : 1. Jay Ooolsby 440 I Students 40c Adults '750.I I for Health Physical Education expands, more boy leaden are has been placed in the upper

April 13 Orange Park Here yd. dash- 63 sec.; broad jump I FASHION SHOW and Recreation. This pro- xN, needed. Fortunately thus fat ecbetan where h. can help the

3:45: 20 ft. 111%{ In. 2. Ronnie Monday, April the 12th, at gram win be carried out in Mrs. Richard Bossier wife of GreeD Cove's American we have a sufficient number of Junior leaden the most.

April 18 Bolles Here Denmark pole vault- 11 ft. 8:00 p.m., the Senior High gym classes. Motors dealer stands beside the first Martin te arrive In trained boys and we han Unfortunately, there is'a

4:00 The week previous to the P-TA will meet In the Clay In this program there will the county. The Marlin by Rambler Is called a radically different started a training program ta sad note to the celebration

track meet Landon had set a High cafeteria At this meeting be sevven events. It will include fastback hardtop with full six-passenger room. secure more. I tone. Junior Assistant Scoutmaster

TRACK) new record for the SprintMedley the third year Home Eco- I modified pull-ups sit- The sporty two-door fastback, with seen ,features as Until the present time Troop Lawrence Wilson Ik in

The Clay High track team at 209.6 seconds; Clay High nomics class will present a ups shuttle run standing power-dise brakes, Individual reclining seats, Weather-Eye 121 has consisted of four patrols. the Naval Hospital at K".*B.

met Landon March 29 and was beat this record with Jay fashion show. They will be broad Jump BO-yd. dash softball heater and ventilating syystem and the Tortve Command The increase In membership > because of undetermined' back

out-scored, but definitely was : Goolsby Terry Carlisle Thomas modeling the tailored garments throw for distance and 232 engine ss standard equipment, baa a wheelbase! of has swelled the ranks of trouble As Lawrence kept the

not beaten. Clay High, with Oamblll and Ronnie Denmark which they made this year, the 600 yard run-walk. The 111 Inches and an ever-all length of Illinebee. It Is 54 the existing patrols so. rapidly books so to speak we feel his

only 14 men, thus lacking in running the event. The that will include coats, suits, program will continue for two Inches high. Unltbed. all-steel body constraeUoa Is ..... that the patrol leaders are absence immediately, Larry is

depth, sparkled against the final score at this meet, Landon and dresses. Also at this meeting weeks, and be part of the par The Martin's fastback reef panel sweeps from front te having trouble coping with the an Eagle Scout and a memberof
41-man Landon team. 84 Clay High 62. a talk concerning the Home ticipants'semester' grade. rear and down te the bumper line.-Maedve tall-llgkU with number of boy enrolled. the Order of the Arrow.

-... ,,.,,-xxxwxrw/w wiWwi.xw.wxMM/NNNNWWNWIININNNIMNWwNNNNINN.W, lnlnx.N' horizontal metal ribs flank the tapered body Abe prominent Last Monday night two new Larry, we are all pulling for
from'a rear view Is the large "skylight" rear windowof patrols were formed thereby your quick return.

Look What Annual 4-H Events Soles glass. The window Is formed. ss a* Integral partof enabling the patrol leaden to

'I the flowing reef panel handle a smaller group more'
The entire roof panel Is outlined with a chrome molding easily.
I! CASH GOOD CREDIT Day Held Saturday which I
or separates the two-toned finish and emphasises the The tour original patrol leaden -

fastback stjrllng effect In the rear. A distinctive Martin are now able to accomplish:
WILL BUY Girls and boys from 4-H and Removal gameflsh emblem positioned ea the truth lid. The emblem more than before and the two

Clubs in Clay County held their Cheryl Knowles Modern also appears In "gnu-sight" fashion at the forward edgeof It easier than anticipated. The I
SHARP 1956 OLDS HARDTOP $295. Annual Events Day, Saturdayin Miss Club Food Science the hood, and on the side panels behind the front wheel new Patrol Leaden will find

Green Cove Springs. Pam Meriwether Green openln,.. four original Patrol Leaders
SS, 1957 CHEVROLET 2-DR $395 Nancy Novak, newly elected Cove Springs 8th grade A side view of the Marlin shews the fan effect ef the are: Adrian Thibault of the II

County Council Presidentcalled I Angel Cake Desert new pllUrUto. styling. The flowing roof II.. .to emphasfcq Panther Patrol, Rex Rawles of

S. St 1959 FORD 4-DR. $495 the meeting to order and Karen Fields and Janice New. by the straight front-to-rear fender Mae, capped by a the Eagle Patrol, Ricky Robinson -

presided over the day's activi ton Green Cove Springs, chrome molding. Wheel openings are set off with chrome of the Beaver Patrol and W

ties.The Oth grade Table Manners trim. Rocker panels are covered with a ribbed chrome molding John Lowe of the Tiger' Patrol.
Kingsley Motors 4-H'ers demonstratedtheir Nancy Loner Green Cove which add te the ear's beauty and abe. protect the All of these boys have done

talents In subjects from Springs, 6th grade Jello panel from gravel marring The side window .pe...... have outstanding jobs In the past, iToo FATS FOft.THAr ''
2 blocks North of Stop Lito on Iliway 17 salad making to rabbit raising Cake a unique semi-elliptical shape, emphasised by a eentrastlag and more and better work is : NOW &'OMlDon't

ORANGE I'ARKNNIN.NnLIMN.INNINIIIINMNIN.NMIXMNMnML.N The eatagories available for Shelly McKinley Green Cove color sweep and set off with trim chrome moldings. The expected: of them.
I Marlin has ""edlld. glass. watt till it's too late.
participation were: Public Springs, 5th grade Song The new Patrols
, art as yet
Speaking: General Demonstra. Senior4.H'el'l (14 or over) unnamed. The Patrol Leaden Let us check and adjJuat

.....-,-..'...' .'_.........-...,...,....'."....,NINNINININIXWIMINNINNPoIINIIMIN"NINNIIXNININ' , ' .;, tlons (covering subjects such as will be chosen to represent are Francis new Harris, who had your brakes today.

Beef Child Care, Clothing, Clay County at District Events FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE experience as a Patrol LeaderIn

Livestock Home Improvementand Day In Palstka on April 24th. the past and has proven him.
Concrete SpecialPatio others), Food and Nutri 4-H girls will want to remember LA RUE'SSERVICII

tlon Demonstrations; and Dress Revue to be 'CAlL THE CRESCENT AND LET Mr and lire. Kernel Harris }; STATION
Share the Fun, a talent pro. held April 13. Winners In this
parents for the third Pboae lit.....
event will also be
chosen to attend
Driveways Walks gram. time Saturday, March 20, with Janctlea Hwy 1C .A 17
Drive Ribbons
Those District I
demonstrating Included Meeting US
: 4.H Club leaders Mrs Ken SERVICE TO YOU i the arrival of their second Green Cere Spriags
daughter KImberly Fawn.
Charles Falls, Doctor's Inlet Fisher and Mrs Welland Short ----

Exnmplo'Patios 16 :20 : 4-H Ham Salad Sandwiches accompalned their 4-H Clubs,
; ; x ((320 Hf}. )-$120.00
Gary Norwood Doctors Inlet
Rabbit Raising _
Marllee Jensen, Green Cove OP IUIC
Notice li' heresy nivtn th t.purmwnt .
Guaranteed -? Springs, 6th grade How ta a Final petre. of
to Make of Porecloiure entered In cauee Chevrolet1tVOrkpower
Throw Pillows
numbered tone In the Circuit
J I Barbara Tucker Green Cove Court of Clay County, Flcrlda
Work I I will. sell the property situated
Quality at Quantity Price I Springs, 6th grade 1. In tiny County, Florida, des -
1 Salad Candlelight I 'rlb d !art! : ... __ _
1l un 'J'nr.11, nlnAl'uw-
j Ruthle Hawkins, Green Cove UKGOK Unit according to

I Springs, 6th grade Color plat Uook thertcf S, panel recorded.| and In 47.FUt of
G. W. Schemes the current publla. records ct
Smith Clay County, Florid,
Dorothy Self Modern Miss Together with all itrurturei and
Club Baton Imurcvemenu now and hereafter .
on mid land and the rent.
Carol Spearman. Pat Wells, lime. and profit of the above
described property and all fli.tur
JJlOil4.s 284-324: !) Bonnie Gibson and Janis Es. .. now. o.r hereafter; attached- .a ,, t As
chuk Modern Miss Club to or used In conn.ellolwltll the .
pretnleee herein drecrlbed and
"Ole Dan" Horse Skit in addition 1 thereto the following
K'-. ___ .
.NNIWN.IWaaNNaWMMeNee e.n?eYeSHOP '' '"" """"n'" doarrlb.d houiehrld appliance,
Pat Bryan Modern Miss
which ,
are and shall b. deemed
Club Sang and played to he. flatus and a part of the

FOR CAPITAL Vkeleli realty Hikpolnt) Built-in Itanc and
Nancy Novak Modern Miss OvenKltthen
Kihauet': ran
-t Club Mildew Prevention Stewart Warner Recessed Wall
LKtltL!: NOTICH' Muter Wall ICeater In Half
( Bath
j i ftoriCU OK APPIKATION at publlo enle, to the hlaheat
frOH TAX Uk.KU;: and beat bidder for rain, at the
I... IH.'" VS.NOTICK North Front Door of the Clay
INTERMEDIATETERM 18 Hk.Kfc.UY: OIVEV, County Ouurthoi |In ir.n i
that T, Alderman. the holder Cove Sprlnva Florida, between
of the followlna1. e.rtlfl..", tea haa It'00 o'llnik. am.. and Inn:
LOAN filed aald oertlfluntea for a tax orlook the llnd day of
deed to be I..u.d thereon Th. Aid ): A,H mj'\I6.
mrtlfkate numbers and yeare of (counr SEAUOKOHtlK
luxanue. 1h. doacrlptlon of theprup..rty.
and the name. In whichIt I. CARLISLE
pay r war aaeeaved are a* follows. Clerk of Circuit Court
7 years to r Certlfliate No. II Deputy Ihl'Iylo.n Clerk H ohm C. .
Year of laauance. June 1, A D.
When you compare the ol of moDoirrlptlnn cf Property! .
PCA financing with certain other N, 17 rt of K iS of Lot W. of
types which have carrying charges, 4 811.Florida.. SS preen Cove flprlnae,

service fees and interest prepay Name In which aaieaaed; PARTRIDGEWELL
meat you'll.. why it pays to strop I.tucloua Iallor.All .
Mid being In
of property
for ertdtt. Buy major capital improvements the County of flat, state of
for your farm with eai\. rlrrlila. .
\.111.... auch certificate' or rertlf- DRilLINGCOMPANY
arranged through low-oat, farm llrst..hatl he redeemed accordion .
tailored PCA financing to law lb. property demrlbed
In euih ....,lItI...... will be colt
Nurtheast ProdncMen Credit to the highest bidder at the
court, hour debr an the flrot
AssociaUen Mon""y In Month of \May. IMS UMCf Lei
Its Mala Street Palatka Sit Bdgewood Avwrae S. IMS.h'ch' to the Ird day of May, 2" THRU 6" "walks" right over bumps and trouble
Jacksonville Hated thus lllh ot Mann 'U.

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MRS. TBAELEK IS Filling Fare From The Sea

I ,7WIH C & Penney FarmsHj Receives Road-e-o Award HONORED BT COLLEGEMrs. '

A. David Tbaeler. Jr., ;, tJo
wife of the medical director . ,' ,
., ; t.f
Hj MRS DESSERT D. Jdrafl. Pbene U9-MSI ,;1... .... ", .
7 of the Man Olin Clinic ,, \' ," <" '''ftJ.
eropeiung.1 eeUng of the to the eetrama,1M :hat received Tram BanQy,I(Ores, Ttear Port- at MIle, received the Comen- 'fi\ \>' \.
.i( '
mpllSlum Club wms held reriUrgodd sstiitance, ZQ ball prowled lanO-were-vtBl6ars.-at the Schri- d ? +qh + IllS; award from the Moravian t: '
attendance to expert. an* M had provided -apartment;Wt...eek. They College Alumni Assn at a testimonial \ ,'; t .J W) <: '
[ Dr. George D. Howard training faculties dinner' last Saturday \ at by went, from here to Lakeland, h, ,
: \ d"1'
.. .Chief oof '(he Section -of : ISO. then 'Wa bJnitua. T).f C. and evening In\ Bethlehem, Penna. .' \r.!, r, ,'-, ..'l...;'J.:'.\. (,i!"tj., :;;y.,. >
.Surveys aid Develop- It was plated.ut That much .m tin :3Mtnitt, tMich where Mrs. Thaeler. whose husband < t i ." If'
lt.ot,..lbl'..11Iita'1 JIIatJ JI&. 01 tht week of She Bolted x.. they are buying a new truck founded a mission hospital in ....'" ,"" " J''t" "'I
'I.EeY.-C: "Y.:& IuJnr.preal.. Lions IB eke economic and JB- wMh-WUl'haul their Cadillac BUwaakarma Nicaragua, was \' of\N" ,;; 1 ,

.lDf, the Club. called the ctrl .fields was taking at ba&kW! 'W1tb ths1.neJftl honored tor her contribution in ,;
rgi-tocorder and lad 1m the country: And reglaaal:.tarels, i ( 1 the nursing missionary field. ,I' ..::
yer after which ke.asked the that la, outside *f the United andScfartvers spent More than ISO alumni paid ifI."\: .' ,'."

alrm.n"of" the: programme! States. The: aflrtresa nras followed Fxttay. In at Augustine. The tribute to her at the annual ,:. "' : 1U
(tee .to Jntaoouc! the! J Jay* lively Question jxid-: Lees were delighted with the award dinner in the College ..- .>)
wished Union Building. "
old bJ&tDtlahcl.and
.subject*!J*.:Howard's 0d.Ih', X David Thaeler not they I.IDUIISend.a few days The award is presented annually *e >
Ilk'wss the raOa cfihe United 1 only and fur "for outstanding ..chlevement" "
Ltions > ..specialized'lenciea a surgeon many there. While In fit. Augustine in commemoration of ......,:!1;....... ".. ,
and Its
mnflirtl missionary, butbe
years A they :mist aanother couple who
Salmon Loaf Supreme makes a delicious virtue out of a neees*
the anniversary of the birth of
.Jn asslsttog .develop.ountrisr :I i is also an accomplished had Also come by car from ally,or a preference, for meatless meals.I The recipe, as developedby
thrniiyhniit the'jonuslcaa stnpeuring Y T oncert Pmlland: (Oregon. Bishop John Amos Comenius, the Borden Kitchen, links pungent rood taste with I high pro.Uln. .
Gary Wise (right) Ii shown as he receives the Jaycee "the father of modem educa It's ., meal since molt of the Ingredients-canned
brld to ..attain jaoie xwldinonilc Muter In First -Chair ;VI 11n. sn
Boad-B'O platue from Peed Camrtlo,thatnnan,*J the rectt.. tion." salmon, er-.adfJ and dehydrated minced onions.-are pan
grKmt\\\ .and J ilghi|'l\ :and :aba 4UrwtUnc choirs -and Mrs., W. R. Shishler was for ........ 1InI" ** the rwid-e-e held on March 27. Dr: Thaeler who received try-shelf favorites.S.lmee: ::ltrr
undards.of JUvlng. The.need I .
cborlses.7e-Wl1ltUaybsr iwm. -
pleased to entertain her brother Other winners were:Jeec.Scarbarosgk: :And Oenrge Tucker Loaf Supreme *"SiNuktl
juichv.actlasr urgent .ln| :tan am Xhe wUUn!far the: JVlto- the Comenius award in 1950. ( lt. t irvie)
'ardlhlsndfeDr. and Mrs.Manuel seeend tie CarelJtivn Spearman third BathBneX
: I puce ( )| :sheet
i Ught.of.lhe jawing gaD man's Guild meeting-AptU 1114. and Mrs. Thaeler retired from 1 ((1 pound) can salmon, 1-1/2 cups fine dry tread
Dr. ...
1:1mer.recenUJ.: Jeewtt ]OaoB: Vomlc. Gibson fifth placet Es- I
.the ..deveJ ad and 2 fU byJJOhnX. the mission field in November well drained
ween : ipjn3UHnarica"
: t I': Elmer Its rptofeseor Emeritusand chttk, sixth plaee and Mike James, seventh place. The event 1-1/2 cups liquefied Starlao 1 teaspoon dehydrated.
when to
they came Penney
developed,flountries aDd the : :Svendaen ..nII''PDm the
s minced onion
I Head of the Departmentof was co-sponsored by the Jantor Chamber cef Commerce) and nonfat dry milk
d .growth ..of the world's Xamuel: JQatdiwt the University Unoeln-Mtrcury. farms. 1/4 cup green pepper J 1/. cup butter or Danish
ulatJon which,{ wu fmetA Boototoiyrat This .year's award winner was finely. chopped -t Mart srine, melted
double between 1960 sad I Mrs. .TheBttore 3Uu0n win afJ': >ttlacrtnaridlathe author the second woman ,recipient 2 eggs beaten
.an.Increase torn J hU- .lvB ..a Dramatic Moex>rogue, of numerous hooks,' Including Robert Qyde DBOOs mf< Leona '1'OIDI1'JUVER8: AWARDED Joining Mrs. Mildred Diefen- Carefully remove bone and kin from salmon.In a mixing bowl
omtaotheuMblished: soon. N. J. FRATERNITY TROPHY derfer Ladner Clau'.of 1831.a combine salmon, nonfat milk, green pepper, eggs, bread crumbs: ,
i JU>.6.hUlkm. Shtidlen'a Bipa6t the Mrs butter. Mix well. Lightly pack Into well-but
and melted
Mrs-Bhlaler's daughter onion
Tommy:! of
> .Jpe jdeacrJbad the I JtesurrectkMr': .by Sir .J'Ihr1n! : Silvers eon Judge writer-journalht from Tulsa, tired 9 x 6 x a-I Inch loaf pan Bake In a moderate (350'F.) oven
lth Nation..prRptmme forDevelopment Jkrndld.Xbe Corneltus OlS-Banta: spent an Callen at the XLO.. Bwtgert and Mrs. Thomas J. Rivers, Okla4 who was honored in about BO I Remove from oven: let stand on wire rack for
J>cade ,OlflO- I ite iIn'ttWLTbe entire week with her. Mrs : home last week were Jlr. and was awarded the most "Out. 1082. 10 minutes to ut:: With a spatula or knife loosen loaf from side
: sufcUe
Bant .known professionally of Turn onto a platter. Top with Gruyere Cheese Sauce.
bOuhlch, Mi broad Mrs. Don Cramer of Hamilton standing Brother" 1984 II _Mrs. Thaeler the former pan. '
bet the .doubling of level.l1wdygQwlag.i.perb4 Esecutive Commltte: .jot u Dr. ILorent Banta la from Ohio, ..Wl1ha1r daughter Marl-' trophy at aXambds Chi Alpha Margaret Hetdenrelch and received Cniyere 0.... 8.... .*'" *'/
I And U'r"Uua.hel'l both site beth and on Af Jklaclbetb.'! ,banquet: at Silver Springs recently her BA. degree from f Melee 1 cap)
>> ol U OB TFoman Ouild 'wffl -wsott
and aunr! ;.usthematlctan husband school friends The Cramers Tommy :.Is High Beta 1 tablespoon butter or 1/2 teaspoon salt
} 30 Tear Tte.nrogmmmed April 11, .:.SO s jn., at tbe'bomed with Phil- Moravian in 1824 and her nursing Danish Margarine Ji! Dash" vAle pepper
ses velopmeat planning ]Qra Theotor ""Runyan are connected were formerly'residents of ,Alma for Lambda ChI. Judge :and degree In 1834 from the 1 tablespoon' flour Sgt 9 ((1-os.) packages
and training! the .... lips Acadcmr. Mrs. Banta is Mich. which J* .theBwl- Mrs. Hlvtrs attended the ban Kahler School of Nursing at 1-1/2 cups llqueAed/ Starlao L' Gruyere cheese, cat
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organist:aIId Instructor: in oriat.there.alldis lart'. home town. Guet. nonfat dry milk into small pieces
the dink.\ She taughtIn
ucUoD \jOf ,nam.ploymentunderemployment Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oe sch
.. the editorial II.nella floor.Remove .
on -\ the Moravian school in In a small saucepan melt butter over low
I the apt1oaALlnodarAlecbmbp- ef Vttma,Adch. called Oft'Un.
.at.rr oof .the national from beat, Gradually add nonfat milk. Cook over low
Charlotte Harvey, n,01Lt. Or- Dr. and Mrs. D. Snider near Syracuse, while spenfllng Blue elde In Nicaragua In heat i stir constantly until smooth. Mix ia salt. pepper and cheese.
-Investment surveys and home after touring Florida for msgaxlne tThe.Amcrtcsn had u guests,, last week, their 3 months at Daytona 'Beach, 1924-30 when her lather was Cook SO-SB minutes longer stir occasionally.crumbs.
hnle&J assistance. Under the On wteka. ganist. son-in-law and daughter Mr. drove to MHC to call upon Mr. a missionary pastor there.
teeS Nations expanded proof and Mrs. T. U Fowkes and and Tklrs Herbert 'D. Myers. In assisting her husband
e> technical: assistance Mr. Undon Lee and vile Mr. _fItS Mrs.'liman E. King! granddaughters Marts and Ann Mr. Blanchard wu Boy Scout with hospital duties, Mrs.

countries bad contributed who is s niece of Mr. Schrie r, of DaQei. Tex, :Shave been. from Statcsboro, Qa. Executive for 37 years and re Thaler was 'a nurse, teacher Don Pool'scom
tourtnc3tDtMa: WIth.heIr Airstream Mr.. and Mrs. WUlard O. Tat- tired years sgo.Ho served In dietitian cook, gardener, organist -
trailer this winter, and man of BL Augustine called on Asbury Park and Mlddlrtown, and laundress. 1 / COIN LAUNDRY'

paid / 24, to see.the Bsrxers.; llr. King : I hut for 11 ye rs in Syracuse, Mary wife of Gordon B.
is a nephew u>f.theirs. Mrs. Clur-lac A. Cuter who N. Y. Mowrer of Bethlehem; A. David Opea 24 Bern Every DayPhfleeBeBdH
E59141i1uae- .- Jr,, formerly. with the Peace ItsMhtawiDMkH
was a resident of the Memorial Mr. Blanchard, was the Scout .
AfUT attending a Labor Home Community for about'U : Executive who gays George K. Corps, now a resident of Oxford Leads Me 1.-.... high teedsi tie

meetinf la Miami Mr. William years, moved March .20th to Myers, the son of Mr. and Mrs Ohio, and John, a student I rtaff' DryilNBYIBTBOOT

H Dotld t *. Jr: itBom :Detroit, Wesley Woods, 1135 Clifton. Myers, of MHC, his first poet. at Salem College. rmOOMBI
ClEANEBS pent a faw dw here. with his Road N., K, Atlanta, da. Ma tlon In Scouting. George Myers I

I parents Mr. and Mrs. William 30329, a retirement community.She Is now on the Staff of the PLEASES]I- ntrnnnrnlnhflnnanlnlnllnnmhnmslllntrm11raniElnlrrnrlIErhUU' \ i i i I 1111111I11111111tt1John's
H. Dodd|.a.ttlhs-.Jidllda are will be about BO miles from National Boy Scouts of America. .
now enJttvlPf -eekr>s \rUlt her son In Athena da. .
f6 N. Orange Avenee GREEN COVE SPRINGS
from their uSadb r. .Mrs. Wesley Woods is a nw project :, Radio & TV
---- located war Emory University ; The preacher at ithe Penney
and is sponsored by the' Memorial Church II o'clock
North Georgia Methodlat Conference worship service, neat Sunday, Q
a but ls open to others will be The Rev. C. AMiller.There I NOKOK: AITMANCKSKrpcrintcftl ( :
'I .A- r" Nct also. It U built>> an an II acre.1 will be no prayer meet- -e-

j / tract donated by Emory Dnl- tog on Wednesday, April 14, 1OP ; Semite On All Makn (f Models
vemlty. and instead the Maundy Thursday I HKHVINU LAY (COUNT OVEH 19 TKAIIH
Communion Service win beheld -e-e-

Extension. phones i Mr. and Mrs. Eraest MJUanchard ,I at 7.SO: o'clock in charge I '!!2l! raN I 24 Went Walnut Htrwt (irwn Cove Springs

% of Mexico N.' y. of the Rev. A. O. HempsUad I\le.N I'bono 284-3122:

help you outwit busy days I: FoResT FIRES _.rn nnniiiiiminiiiniiiiini wnpnnnrellnmmmIlnrnnlllrrIIuIr1rnlrnlufntrlrrrnrllydrnnrln- ..l / !. ! .

Put them to work all around That'i Hill Amaton I Sitting! atop hit Haiklut

your home. SEE YOU ATEchie's I

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what's stewing, boiling, broili g,. toasting n Y' ,r jwr

while you discuss what's cooking.What IN I .M

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PAOM/NENt Degrees At UF

WNTEAt ry6
A BIRD 01' TilE BAf! OfpArrw
OPEN COUNTRY# TA/L. Three Clay: Count students Business Administration. He I
USUALLY SEEN at the. University of Florida was educated at the BradfordCounty '

FLYING LOW, BACK t k fEMALF BZOWN are among more than 3,800 representing High School and at St.
AND FORTH OVCK 4 M MAZE 64Y 35 states and 10 Johns River Junior College

MARSHES, PASTURES I LENGTH M foreign nations who will receive His lather Is with the duPtfnt >

AND GRASSY WEEDY T011/ACHES degrees at the annual com Company at TraU Ridge .'
Grade "A" Dressed Drawn Fla.
mencement. exercises on April or Oa.FRYERS.
James Thomas McCulley, Jr.,
0 TUB DESTRUCTIVE son of Mr. and Mr. McCulley, Notice I.I hereby vlvvn that CORRAL SOME
the Clay: County Zoning Comml..Ion .-
of Green Cove will receive
COTTON RAT FORMS \ will hold a Public H..rln*
A LARGE PART OF IT? 11 degree of bachelor of Electri I on:00 Thursday o'clock pm April. In Il the. lees County, at FINE GIFTS WITHStamps. '
pi T0 YEARS or cal Engineering. McCulley, 23 Commission Chambira .( the Whole
years old, will be commissioneda Clay County Courthouse. Green "
STUDY HAVE snow COy. 8prln i, Florida for th. 2 to 3 Lb.
THAT HAWKS WAY r second lieutenant In the Air purpose of hearing objection, 29c
Force the' of his if am to reconlnC from Its res. Average
on day gradu .f
/MPORTANT AND COMMON ant Aaricultur. Zone to . Plaid
"- QIf/DINT ation. Ual "C" HC Znn.e the ,followine, LB."SuperRight" .
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BENEFICIAL TNRrrourTNt d.M'lb.rt proocrtyi
NATURE 0 ALL HAWKS ARE SrAr1 PROM ; His parents and two uncles Unit 7, BYLAW/NFLOVIl cr' < moved to Oreen Cove last summer 'In Flat Book 7 P u" t .* Heavy] Western BeefSTEAK'S
pROTECTED 'a 5 of the Public liocord of
HVNrEIlS.PUAse PONflrSJIJP o MAY "f from Duval County wherehe Clay County, Florida. '
\ All parties. In Interest and
THEse NOBLE e VALUABLE BIRDS was an honor student at rltltrni shall have an opportunity
r Robert E. Lee High School. to b* hard at mid tlm. and ::

BIRDS OF LORiDA'i.. Mrs.: Elizabeth Cason Pitta, Clay place'County Zoning Commission ,
'I of Keystone, .will receive the Oyi James E. Crowl
degree of bachelor of scienceIn April S, 15 BONELESS FULL CUTRound
Journalism. She is the wife

of Benjamin Pitts, who is with Nonce IK04IOTKE I I. hereby: nlv.n: that *i Ib88c
Clay Electrical Co-op. She and the Clay County Zoning CommUilon -
SPECIAL will hold n Publlo Hcnrlnffon
her husband have lived In Keystone Thursday April 12. lU6. at
about a'year. 1:00: o'clock n.m., In the County BONELESS MINUTECubed:
CommlMiilon hambera of the '
Richard T Sunderland, 22- Clay CYuntv Courthoun, Green '
Cove springs. Florida. for .
I Lifetime GuaranteeSPECIAL year-old son of Mr and Mrs i>uruun. of hearing objection. Ib 88c
Richard N. Sunderland, of Keystone If any with Hvctlon 1, and Section
will receive a degree In 2. Paragraph III of Article
---..--- XVI or the Clay County Zoning CLOSE TRIMMED ,
lt.KUl tlona. namely to use the
HUNTER WHEEL BALANCE $1.00 SCHULZ-RUPLE a following Trallr ParksBeginning described.fruperty for 150 PAID I
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED at the BouthMit .x.n cw+a.weerr Sirloin Ib SOc
Per Wheel 1 Mrs Cleo Schulz, of Jacksonville corner of antics (1. Township O Cedar No. 1 Farh S1ArIS
1 (Weights Included) ; WN6 THE BELL! K Houth RangeI Ea.t: then. l)..t ne.r .,.. ,v..SSICoupon
JOIN PAYROLL ,and Mr. Arthur W. Schulz, Wept along the Heo line a d1i-
lace of IDS f*<4)) thence North cord thru Apr IIO CLOSE TRIMMED BONELESS TIP
SAVINGS) of Brooker, announce the engagement .1 I degrees W. JAx lets es
ENGINE TUNE-UP $5.50 of their daughter, 8:10:) ,' fret, thrnc a North distance 11 d of.. ..a.-t
Kre W. a dlalam of u..S
Cleo Marie, to Johnny Edward feet to the point of beginning Sirloin Ib88cZJ
Plus Parts Ruple, of Jacksonville, son of of the land herein descrlbeds I .
Buy IS Savings Bonds Then H. 10 deere.. 10 men '
Mr, and Mrs. Harold Ruple, of W. a distance of (01 feet; P1 10SyAYPS

REC.IURLYCALL Perry, New York. thence W. a dUlanc N. 10 irgrrr of SOI.S 45 T..min.t to Cedar No Tl FuchMB -EXTRA PLAID STAMPS with purchase

8 Miss Schulz la attending an Iron pip thence N. It d*> **'* Mi>a> .tA.49 Frosty Mon Old M.. "..
arm It min. W, a dlatanc of Coupon cord
Central Adult High School, in 40KI feet to an Iron pipe; AIAPr.11
I Jacksonville, and Is employedat thence N. It degree SO min SMOKEY SAUSAGE 69*
W. a of S7 feet; ,
Winn-Dixie in Oreen Cove them. N 41 degree W, a din-
Crews Gulf StationGREEN rn1NT1NG Springs Mr. Ruple Is employedby side lam*of of the MO MHro.I.Ak feet to the Houth a*. 25 EXTRA er Frosty Morn Honey I.". pk*.

Ring Power In Jacksonville nva clay road: theme N. SI P IAID GOLD SAUSAGE 1149i
degree K along
the Mouthvrly .
The wedding Is planned for side l of the Mrlroee .Lak Oe- SUMPS
COVE SPRINGS April tub In Jacksonville. here Clay read a dlntanc* of Mr, Fllb.rt'li
1719 feet: thenr 8 II degree. WhlNapOedCla CABOT BRAND! I1UIQUKTS) ; of
I M min n test fet to the Coupon gord thru Apr l\
THE CRESCENT Good news for the school set, point of beginning Except: JAX 410tlit
thrrefrnm the '
rlrht-n'.way of t a* r su.w
the swimming pool opened Mtat Koad a-II4. All of the Charcoal2O l lI

LITTLE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS PHONE: 284-3166 April 1st. Time to get started .JJ',.ov"Townatilp,heln' "' punt N Mouth of Hwtlnn ltan.. I
on the suntan U E ''""ay County, Flcrlda EXTRA
I All nit'". |In |Interest and 'Uio"Tcvca.I
a Mllsen..b.ll. have an onoo'tun I .. r.arw
Vf r U. 0 b. harI at said Urn and 89c
11' fM l a d Hay place. '.. Inns I.Inui ,Beaaa .,. ual
lIrr *County..'... r:.Zo Crowl" Commission 'I I ecd/ehru Apr,,It _
Chairman l -r -
+c aASSIa .w. aye .ayb A f fd ': lmt-1eh'le Apple-Onnw Drink, Fiesta punch

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DANCE .Welchade

{. ek7y +' I Ii y SATURDAY, APRIL 10 Bpaarkrltl Ann im.oi Pat cant Italian S tmr style t5. Mix or.Matth Qt

e a Music by Coupon gocd 3 Can't 1 Isj 00
fj f fI I 1 TilE MOONLIGHTERS IL usoeswI.N. Vm !

j, l .+, Jin Parker Delicious 1-lfc. ..*.. each
4I | Ann Pas*Cider qt.bntI ,

BRANCH NO. 98 e Co:;::PAZ' thru Apr. II All flavors U-... earn
I : Highway 18 L M .....e.d. .. Mi HI-C DRINKS 10*

GREEN COVE SPRINGS LAP R.-lly Fmb !.-... Jar

- .m'-en m- COFFEE I $1,29
LET'S DANCE! Ann Put I1.ea 541111
Hl''e. 7-a.
Coupon ttint Ayr, I" can

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Monday tbn Friday. ,. FRESH. TENDER 1-Lb. BAG
Hoi Office Opens 7:1J: P3t y '
M Complete Feature As Late CARROTS 19t
Lar"r. .Ine-rl,. I I I I ,
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Saturday cud Sunday. CAN TAL I L 0 U PES FRESH
Contln.oos from S P3t x STALKS

Wed. Thur and Fri. 39c ea. CELERY ; I 29*

April 7. I and 0 _:

starring Martin Brando

David Mven Jane Parker ''f"+i 001. ftc. Nablaco Clnnimon Almond Luster Cream Lather Once

Satswday, April 11TO Laundry Bleach 'i.o.t PL Dole Sliced S-Lb. 4-o* Nine Lives -oa.

MV SANDS PABIANand Colgate King Sire Dole PtneappI I-Qt. 14-o& La Crwy iLb.BEAN .

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Cleanser lice. Detergent Giant ; Keacafe Instant 20e Off

Svaw M aadesl Toea AJAX . . t-S3e SAIL .4SsSandvleh I COFFEE 7-... Uo
April 11. It aad IICRACK Floor Watt It-ox. Boa Era Ws Ko Bugs M Lady ir x 25"SHELF

Who i PAPERk
t ever heard of an economy tiger?
'. tUtttot Dana Andrews Son Ply 10 RoOa. Ann Pa.. QC Jar Pillsbury | LU.

TISSUE ?,o MAYONNAISE ,4.e FLOCK . . . . S oLnrwa
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