The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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I Saunders Says Officeholders I 1,000 Voters Fail To

As A Matter of FactEditor's ;, Should Resign Before Seeking I

Answer Names
I Other Political Offices Questionnaire;


: State Rep. S D Saunders this week called on officeholders .
To Be Posted This Week
( Not: The following are excerpts from a recent who will seek other political positions In !the coming elections .

address by F. Frank Brown principal of the Melbourne to resign from those they now may hold.

I In a letter to the editor of The Crescent, received too late --- -- -- -- --- ----
local '
to have
than Its gymnasium His remarks seem some
for publication u such Mr. Saunders said he felt It was only Murrhee To
significanceIn > Who Should Succeed Jennings
fair to the people of the county that no officeholder stand for I'

September of 1957 the American Image of Russia was of i a, election! for another office without first resigning the position

couldn't vast slum even composed make a largely decent of refrigerator.baggy trousered This provincial peasants portrait whi o-I he holds. The Governor? Adams Run For Sheriff, He SaysThe

of Russian barbarism was shattered Into bleak reality: "If a political candidate already holding
the one Job were elected to another;' Mr Saunders naim-sof 1l'O'II1\.t.col'! I.000 tout of ','00') eligible voter
when on October 4, 1917 the Russian placed tint man
made hardware In orbit around the earth The American !people said "the result would be. after Uie Says} Me; Bryant Says NoThe who dial not vote two years ago were to be posted In the County

were staggered The Eisenhower administration wss In It'rtcustrouble elections that he would have to resign +. Coutthouie this week, according to L. E Wllwn County Super.
from of the two political offices he held 'e "|IHI of Registration.
Within three week the nation vai I
but not for long political chasm bitwren Governor Farris Bryant and

given to understand the school teachers were to blame. Amerl The voters would then have no say in the his Secretary of State. Tom Adams, gets the spotlight In the Uvkintf to the first primary In May, al& which local candidate

ca had fallen behind because John Dewey and his fuzzy-mlndei I' choice of his successor." It would be a matter Pibruarv Issue of Florida Trend a Mgtily rewprctat magazine well run for IT county offices Mr. Wtlnon said those who

disciples had failed to teach children enough science Life Mata for the new governor. published monthly In Tampa will inn for state senator and state representative will qualify

zinc assumed the role of prosecuting attorney It criticized Reviewing the rising economic and politic from mx>n, Frb II through. noon March 3. ThoM running for
of Clay County within the put At time when the Presidential succession In \being hotly!
Journalized and editorialized. The result was a drenching down prospects I I a 15 county oUll'4"11\ qualify from noun, March 3. through
pour of bleak and blast and blame. )ear. Mr. Saunders said he believes the Mr. Saunders debated. across the nation. Florida Trend raises. the question nf noon. March 17.

Many educators thought they saw through the presidential I county "now faces the most prosperous future In its histoi.y Florida t gubernatorial succession In the event of the Oo\rrnor'i
death while In office This week, only two candidates had announced they would
strategy of blaming the school teachers They obediently took a future which most counties In Florida could well envy

their beating with the expectation of being soon kicked Into "Burlington Industries, the world leader In the textile field I Florida Trend\ quotes Oovrrnor Bryant as saying the people run. Jennings Murrhee, a JI"f'ar.old Keystone rancher and
cattleman, told The Crescent h. would for the office of
the trough of federal aid Unfortunately Congress has kept the I has reopened Its mill . and I exploded into full production should elect a lieutenant governor who could take over In the run
sltertff He Is the rider of County Commissioner
education bill\ In the hopper. They will eventually appropriate (and) brought Into the county a number of fine famlllrs I event of the governor's death In of fir*. county IOn
O J Murrhee, In Utter to lh! editor of The
a Crescent published
funds to Medicare because it has heart strings and to nuclearphyates from other states . "
I I i several weeks a,o, John Goodwin a Oreen Cove real.
because they are frightened but they would have education Recalling that a year ago when Oreen Cove breadwinnerswere Becrrlary of State quoted u sating t the Secretaryof
I Stale ihould succeed to the governor's\ office It he died while i estate dealer, said he would run for the county commission
continue to malt on the caplt.ollawn.But having to seek employment In other areas, "there developed .

education 1s not watting The effect of the breakthroughIn I a great deal of controversy u to the direction the area ervlng Mr Wilson said he had mailed approximately 9,000 cards to

satellite technology has been to make education all the rage should move to recoup Its losses Mr Saunders observed that "There's not much question'" the magatlne says, "that a county electors who did itot vote In the election two years ago e

and experimentation has become a viable notion in a traditionally : "much of the squabbling was sincere better succession plan U needed than the present custom nl asking for a statement by return card of !their current voting

conventional enterprise. The problem is that we are:I "However," he said, "there were also some extremely bitter appointing the president of the Florid Senate.. status. Including any change of address, name, etc Only about

moving In a confused dl.rectlon-what education needs U not moves made against Individuals and groups stemming from ,half of those polled have replied. Thus he wag set this week to
"Secretary Adsma' Idea tent really very much better than thepresent
simply more money from the outside, but sweeping chanties nothing more nor less than petty animosities; not Infrequentlyfrom system Tom Adam. U politically skillful and reflects I post the names of those who did not ,",1110 his questionnairefor

on the Inside. I a personal! desire and hunger for tower" the purpose of purging the registration bats
satellite S good second-string-cr possibility for the top chair while on the
break In
technology The consequences sparked of almost the Russian overnight a burgeoning new Interest I "I would like/ to urge that all in the county now recognise other hand former Secretary of Brats. Robert Or y was an Registration books are now open at designated points" throughout -
this division for what It really was . to realise our bad elderly man at the time of his retirement and completely unlikely .
on the part of Americana In their education system i UM county. Persona may register al these places only during
days are over and that we face a promising future. Only by M a fill-In for the vigorous attics of error.
gov .
Unfortunately, the wldeapread concern about education ls only the month ol February. Those eligible who ail to register at
superficial. It II rooted in our ability to match the Russians I' forgetting put differences only by now working together e.a I "It's also Ironic'' the magazine conttnuM "thai Secretary these plsoeg (fa list of registration locations la published on
mske the most of fine future.
rather than a genuine concern for Intellectual excellence. we our Many good things have Adams probably more than any other cabinet number WM pag I) during this month will\ be able to register only al the

The spirit of change U pervasive everywhere except In the come to and us recently together and more for than are on the way If we work together opposed to more of Governor Hryant'g policies than any ether courthouse from March 1 through April 4 ., whkh time the

schools and there we encounter opposition. Because of this resistance plan cabinet member Thus had Governor Bryant did and the books will be closed until June I. after the second primary
"I would like to extend the band
of friendship and cooperation )
I education II In secretary of tUU swoseded him Florida would have In al
the surrounding a
ito change aura to all our people; especially to those who have come and probability, an administration quite unlike what the people In the election two pan ago only about 10 per cent ef the
ferment. tOne will come with our new industries. It Is vitally necessary that toUnt,'* eligible voters went to the polls,
of the heresies. U change In or- : for
of the .brightest new a
like and U\at'tw.JIftDIPef
gsnlraUon of ihe school known U the nongraded school! move I they Ui IM"I I "Florida's..**** bet U tort.V a UruMuuni governorship'as In Addition/ to lt>*4fcMii6>f sad. pfosMsjsaMA.. Atoto ...._

loom The pvrpose U to gear teaming to the achievement level .eeond-In-eoeimand M 10"""* 'Wfopreeenti' the brat Charley Johns to whose senatorial district Clay Cwunlf has

of the Individual rather than to the trade to which be has been tort-tern reflection of UM people's wuhee' And after all recently ban added these whose lobe will beat stake Jn the

promoted. There are two'major obstacle blocking an almost Soil Conservation Speaking Uw term of governor el Florida to a short term four yean 'two upcoming pHmartee. and In the November election Include

wholesale swing toward tile nongraded school movement. The C only, The lieutenant governor could' suslst the governor In a Uw folluwlngi:

first learning II the process stranglehold Educational which psychologists educational view with has alarm on any the Contest Set For April 17th the multitude vitality of and time-consuming efficiency of, but the t-npmrUnt governor" thing In Addition which Ui he Sheriff John Preston Mall Circuit Court Clerk! 0.0,.. L.CarllaJe. .

BuperlnUodenl of Public Instruction Illrrli Long,
conventional education of could be given a direct hand In running the Florid Develop-
kind of change designed to upset the Mainly Judge Thomas /, Riven, Jr. County Commissioner
ascot Commission which U, In fat, the creative offshoot of
Students at the county's three high schools will
youngsters by age groups. participate .
j Luther Wilson County CommUslorwr Marvin Omen. County
the administration's Idea of how to build and
Th. plight of educational psychology such that education) In the soil and water conservation speaking contest to be heldon a bluer better .
tate. CuminiMloner II. C. Moiidy, Mrs Louise Smith County Tat
psychologists are no longer able to tailor education to fit their April IT, according to Allen Uutlnger County Boll Con- J' - ----- A-. Wayne Oeiger, County has collector: U K: Wt1a1l.ln..1I.aWlr .
theories, The result it that the whole field of psychology U In M'rtaUo"let.I | - ------ -- . of registration) two members of the County Board

a considerable state of Intellectual disrepair Instead jf I The contest, open to boys and girls regularly enrolled In any Baker Steers Take; of only |Iwo prime steers In the i of Public Instruction': W K. Cherry and Jack Wilkinson, the

artful the psychologists are sort of standing around on one bt-ln'l, high school from the seventh through the twelfth grades. Is'' ahow st whkh more than 100 I itdge, 01 the Small Claims Court, and a ItenuicratM party

In the meantime we know just enough about learning to sponsored by Bute Association of Boll and Wales Conservation animals were eshlblUd and national committeeman and tommltteewoman.

It in your eye without making It blink District Supervisors and by the County Boll Conservation district I Honors At Ocala ludced UM steer sold fur II I Qualifying. fees for ftenioeratk) randhialee are five per centof

And this brings us to the second and really towering obstruction I I supervisorsThe . I rent a pound DM annual salary of the ponltton for which candidates file

to chance In the direction of nongraded schools. This. I county winner will compete with county contestants The lIMO pound Angus ileei Of this the party iris the bulk, the county' nothing,
call AdmlnUtravIa The educational priesthood Instead of responding from Dual, Flsgler. Alachua Bt Johns Nassau. Bradford exhibited last weekend at the I Tony's cousin Kdwln ""II,,',. -- - --

to a sense of urgency and the spirit of the a,e hs Union Putnam and Baker counties. I toutheastern Fat Block Bhow NS iKxitid steer Walk, third

taken advantage of the prevailing tolerance of school patrons Mr Uistlnger said county prizes range from $IS down In at Oral by II"year-old bonny 'plare at the same show ||.usterr Chamber To Salute

There are two ways to get to the top of an oak tree ClimbIt I order' to f'ntrrhe contest, students should contact the principal [taker. of Uke (fcenrva look I brought a fractionally County

or sit on an acorn. The conventional administrator hu choncn it the school at which he or she ls enrolled I serohd] price at the. chow On higher price It the show

to alt on an acorn Bextraddllng this ancient nut he defendshis --' --
I Two more Baker sleets arebeing Green Cove Yarn At Dinner
position with a crashing set of platitudesOne I
shown today at the Rial i
of the moat distressing features of the American School I
Fair In Tampa by Carol BakerII
ls the fact that practically all the superintendents and principals Assume Red Cross Tie. annual l misting of the Clay County Chamtwr. .f Com
Leadership "*'04114 daughter of Wit
are former coaches Rare Indeed ls the school system or merre, tentatively scrdul4 (for. Pub. II In the Chart. K:. lien.
bam lUker, and her
school which has an academician u Its chief administrator Oar youngeibrotlMPt Momentary Hthml. wau to a salute to the Chen Cove
I Kdwtn.: II j
proclivity for venerating teaches by maUna them school administrators I I I'.u us-s Yarn Company' .

ls an Incongruous kind of phenomenon since the' .. t'tuuntwr rw.ly-el.'..ti4 board of directors on Tuesday

purpose of education Is cultivation! of the mind not cultivation ; catgut pruned l U v It O. Jensen pre.ld.nl CNIwr officers for

of the body, I I I lomcstcJilHxcmption led. raining. year are broke. Anttoriun first vice pre.Ui..iill

It Is Indeed surprising that the only voice that. ever raised! 't +s >'v John Mslutui, second vice president, lasts Williams,

arainst this wretched state of affairs II the voice of Admiral t/.Mui.r. J'Mph I TrlpMl, III assistant I UeMurer, and John

Rickover No one listens seriously to the admiral largely berauM Ulster' Umlth eserutlve directs

neither professional nor lay groups interested In education want I I ......"U, elected directors fI' the Chemise.. tie J nM>n.Mr ,

an ancient mariner telling them how to run the schools Then I Deadline; Set Anderson Or Malone Mi WUllam. Conway Owlnss. r I
too. Admiral Rickover made the fatal mistake In Boston lad I I wanlrrn, Carroll Wright Louie B ItnI'Id' Dr R U

year of referring to the P T A. u kind of a ladles pink tea Ilanie.tes4 a.naJtirneim, snap "'.""on.I .

organisation. Since then he has become only a IUD small voice I t be (Ubrwd until April I. se- The guest sp*.kr si UM annual meeting. will to an official

on the educational scene I Icor4ir to f...utw Innate roars 'I fI'l IKirtlnclon. .M'IA".... parent ewnpany af Ore.n Cove Yarn

But I do not think that we can d1800unthi Rirkover genre I t, UsI --'f I I Tit It... for th ......... wick is open to the (Niblle, say be

entirely I believe that Rkkorer has bern" u good for education IUii wiM4 hum Mrs P 1 I. Rob.,a. n.
lr eMM4 for aPtlIIl'.linoft
u Its Idol James B Conant The difference between RJrkoml
are a Ve4. or eont/wt for .
and Conant Is that Dr Conant has been trying to tarn the I
I I.| .... which has I been |ew>t4>4 i
ftoUOa around while Admiral Rkkovtr wants to aIM It Signup}; For) Feed Grain Fro ram
ofor ;aensary I .f th, y..,
About the only thing rohe s who have been elevated Into t
the eieoiirtsMi to .. o* speeded Will Hxteml
administrative pmttione are r..ny good at ls the art of rowUnUa., | t 1 Through March 27
Von .... have a Fbwtto ...... I
absolutely masters of routine If the schnale are
Uon. They are '
ever to become Intelkctual workshop* then we mot follow the tae Y... most. nstater as a' r''m.rs may sign up In Ihe' 1144 teed grain "'''ram IWsMMMUh

sUpa Of the California .legislature which recently' paned a law tegsl rxMenl ef UM Muu el .resrdi/y to K. I), Saunders" ehaJrauan, County Af rtewMktrtl I
Ftorwte. else by r..M.nna ., ..uMD4s.lsBei arid Conwirvallon CommitiM,. The signup
fvntrtnc that ion school admlnMraort be selected from a a + *i. huh r.*iujf*. sisoionthe
pnwd will esUnd IKreugh March 37,
ducipUnea So. to at teas one state rt Is now lOeesI U
honor the most eu ***ful roach by snaking. him suptflfitendrrtt' In IK e n r4f and a T. ua IM In Sims teed grain pregrsm a lanai i mot. a of schoolsThe year In lit uu. If Star, MMmM .. Ui* eve ef |>fo
rsnnebe. earl. a sttfelioA ..' ..n .ISM al least M of the total' I
Infteenre ., athletics on the public school syeUra' dove MT sen few grain Use (for
with the matter of fermrr emchet aMuming most of The a.e r...... Ce.le s.Mwbe ef (ieee ....... Se seen Itoe ,..". ...*..*.. Mla ( W sVMistil std eats all, .l led Shies grains grown en UM Uim> Tie\ farmer my I
not !
the stop adAinsrtreUve kadmrds sn the athoola This Is only thebeginning Tree's Hr 4 ... *.... Derek fl., U4 anew (otI.. ....,.... ......... K sorwfclv. _.t ... thud with the *..,! iha orate. el ensi or awe .f the feed grains, but hul

of this lavtdttu Influent* ears WM a*.*4 ea..... ef IS* ClsyCo r'-esp lad C'.1 lbr M4 earl of ll. Ortwll CW1 ..rsMr4 old U. ftgwM M...slftg to the rate apvUcafale" bUr I

4e (fester el Ito AsMetrao 94 OM*. .- .4 ...... ('.es| .la.1. e.e.dea. trop .,.ru4.faoMte 1
For esampte, snort Jeans and senkor high irhoale -tRpsoy one I.ew ..awes' ..uaS apply to
earth for every two hundred stwdeoU This means that a II. **..**. Ito BVr?. C g. vao eW Mteoie . ef Pasty Fs..t Aa.rt "....., oftfe penis |)M tint tHrte Ahem wed t..rU.t,.to In &the program will. to elkibie! fj'
we| .!. a4 held Ik* .iU.a fee SMVOOkeMtMn. a.. H.*tr farvvo, ef iM.aee 4S .
Ttrxt and peteoeu .
twel paysMnte and for 1IMM
trhool with isos ttudenu via hare hs employ five enarhee tehandfe thai a ,......al ea/4 wtfl toSMOlH prbie>eupp<'"
the vwrtoue aspens of IU athMJe prosraaa K ow, coarhir. ,"". 4. ad ea'e news ef &a.. ....., ran re.we. U C....... of ..se ('_. *MI eel A s.rvmho on their flit I ifc Uon .f llw three grainax The p>stoe >
|*4,* Yb.ri ,. Urcew, Jr. p.J4 sal ('area M. Meee. el .... .bt Mir.C. t4 vt Mioutnu .(& M auui to partteipanto whtth" Utof4
It ion cwrtatbtr .CJ
fufl-tlme is fe
an arttrHy I KM
not adMit .e'a been
la a Seek .,..... .4 tae wtnNe ........ ef ..,. -..t/. r.... Ise.. MnMusty SiaMN eraSes ". wl>..4 .U 144 .u.4... the farm sold or plse.4war .
htth highly rransnentr** salary is paid Bui the t.<*+m si i U. bee.riteed .
eamua '
I tae a.. M...ae eke lame ,...,. ..,...., AW Mew a. I). w," W, T. ..... c- ass the ..ks. ctn t loam v
that then I kdlvidual..bo are isteas .. roarb faottafl. Uta.kacfcetbaH. ...4 Me hr Pease.
...........,. tend ......* f.e ISM R.4 sea, (..... I. C. ....... Mrs A. O. nets or Isto Mfloisn4re puinto sM No ..)., tmpfOvveneriU hove been
of sataor earl have .
track and a hart sports leorhtn .c sotto the enf4lmoA8 .
('_ to Ito *.saer .... fie frwi la aiiml .. .....< Met has McMay. MI. ... de, I....S to UM IN1ne o tied train M J wisp
program eMpar*>
yoga, So | f re BUtt* say \* tt4 the echoaU,I j eed airy pi,.say .puwy
hat athteUe to.se' ..doss a gr s.K ...taese Miele eel ..,. Celt, all of .--.. C.*.| .''I.-.>.... ol pevvhras yean: ill as Much. M M |*f sent .* the
awl Orst kw* for trsBvldw..M prow ea OniyJ Ito --. .....
sites the** ).. are RBH are Uw echoa4i ...* to tern stum see I II.>e.. At ... SM ..... ...else. reedarawd Dv 7.e. r, Mee..s. *4 ...... Fw t (W.Jol I total\ ...4. grain base SMy ko silwrtod on pro taut, Nor to pDross I

sBteTortwaJ ..... .. C... s.ee eaMM. is J-... M. ........ i.. ... Wales T, PeaH t, aorovaol to....M sad .... I" the INN eMSlMum al *4 peg tent el too feed costa bail

SOr. thss Ito orttws SM to sortlMna sty laejor >ton.t. Vt aoorf aaa i iHow. Seed oe Ito IH4 ocoolr'MALHr. ,........... .e .,.... Mwvar W. ........ c-., ,Isawme moat are eW to oe. I lad III the aeevage s..,...,.< rats. per acre for dterttg N per.

...esata ..... Y radii a eN u.Jee 0>tog. ..4 Mr. Mw... aJI of Oewo Co... MM to tte ..ati. offk. fc.* 4.... Cf acre el UM UM will S4 txosta/islaOy Mgtor t>.a his

tlati.d M lase It I wow Manb lies ..... MV. ... M Cieseeee Ps Nlee gees Aid I. I Des, .



'; "- : ; \ __ (Elay( (EOUnty CrCSCCnt TIHRSDAT. FEBRUARY e. 1964

)T' QUay m ntv C!Iresccnt Matthews' QuestionnaireOn (1)) put new of farm wheat programs, feed to grains control, cotton out, A. Foreign and Technical Aid (Assistance Military, )HumanlUrUn

and dairy. products . . . . . . .- - ((1)) continued In substantially time

Current Events (2) moderate and flexible price sup form and sums prevailing now and

ports . . . . . . . . . . . . .- r r since Its Inception --
((2) drastically reduced . . . . . .. - -
,1 Measuring Up ((3)) a gradual withdrawal of govern
(Congressman D. R. Matthews has sent out a questionnaire ((3'> phasing out of all but military aid- _
ment from the farm economy . .- -
with the request that hit constituents give him their views on ((4) denial of aid to Communist countries

Everyone In the county can rejoice In the fact that last year current !issues The Congressman' statement and questions are II. Civil Rights altogether . . . . . . . .. .- -
, Johns-Manvllle Corp ,had all-time record sales and dollar earnings printed below. They may be clipped answered and mailed to Ca') denial subject to discretion of

were the second highest In the company history. Mr. Matthews at the House Office Building Washington D. C. The proposed Civil Rights Bill, HR71S2 the President . . . . . . .. .- -

Sales were $414.881,000 and net income was $325 a share on The Crescent urges everyone to answer these questions and among other things specific pro-

8.513.978 shares outstanding I mall them to Washington posals Involving voting rights public B. Peace Corps
accommodations, desegregation of public
According to C. B Burnett, president and chief executive ((1)) expansion of existing pro.ram.- -
facilities, desegregation of public education .
President Johnson. In his State of the Union and Budget
officer of the world-wide construction goods manufacturer now messages C. Food for Peace Program
hu given the nation blueprint of what he making permanent the Civil Rights
scheduled to construct a multi-million dollar manufacturing a want byway (1) greater use of U S. food surpluses
plant at Oreen Cove, higher sales were due to'"the good business of legislative enactment In this session of Congress! According Commission, discrimination in fed u an aid to peace.- -. -
climate high level of construction, new and improved products to my usual custom, I am submitting the proposals to erally assisted programs, and equal em-

deeper penetration of both domestic and overseas mar my constituents by way of a questionnaire In order to obtain a ployment opportunity for all regardlessof Establishment of a Foreign Service Academy

kets and better customer service" cross-section of public opinion concerning them Pr ..ldentJohnson'l race color creed or national origin for
to train officers and personnel
Please Indicate your vote on the following -
viewpoint are not always mine Like the post-wa
Higher earnings were the result of Increased sales volume, specific recommendations falling the U foreign service, with emphasis -
recommendations of his President
predecessors, Johnson -
greater productivity and effective cost reduction measures which techniques for combattingthe
under one of the above-captloned titles)
fall into three
largely categories: domestic, foreign and
Increase In labor and taxes and the through
more than offset the con. spread of communism
(1I> That 8th grade education
a presumes
military. The latter two are so interrelated that they will be . . . . . .
he said .
timing trend toward lower selling prices, to establish sufficient liter. out the world . . -
combined under a single grouping In this questionnaire I hope
"The outlook for further Improvement In sales volume Mr. acy for voting in any federal election .
the percentage of returns will be Increased this year and I E. and National Defense Programs
Burnett continued, "appears favorable In view of the optimistic . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .- - Military
appreciate your prompt reply to the questions submitted -
forecasts for construction and general business In 1884" below: (2) That the federal government should (1)) assuring superiority of our nation's

The company paid approximately f 7 a share In taxes In 1863 have the right to enforce accommodations military establishment and rational
I. Domestic Proposals defense . . . . . . . .- -
But an economist dream-company couldn't do much belts. in public places such u

This great company measures up to the very finest, In all fields Unde hotels, motels, restaurants lunch (2) continuing maximum support cf
in American industry Let us be sure we measure up to their Favor Oppose tided counters, theatres. stadiums, etc. NASA and our space program -
standards ((3) That the attorney general should (3) continuing Geneva and other summit -

A. Reduction and Revision of Federal Income be empowered to Institute civil action conferences on disarmament -

Taxett on behalf of any individualwho ((4) containing the spread of communism

complains that he It being denied In the Western Hemisphere:
(1) regardless of budget deficits . .- -
with the Organization
otlihlttr equal protection of the laws (a.) In cooperation
((2) provided federal expenditures are in access to certain public facilities of American States . .- -

by DUNCAN GRONER reduced and efforts are made for a with the United State standing (b) alone, If necessary .- -
systematic reduction of the budgetB -- : critical review of trade policies
liable for the coats involved.-- ((6)) a

How much longer Is the State of Florida going to be allowedto Health Legislation (4) That a new program of technical and our ever,worsening balance of

go on milking Clay County T assistance should be established under payments situation . . . . . . .- -
((1) perfecting and expanding present the U. 8 Commissioner of Education

The bare statistics of this Tallahassee shellgame, played at NAME AND ADDRESS (If you desire):
Camp Standing were recited In last week Crescent They show Federal-State (Kerr.Mills) hospital to assist In acceleratingschool

that the state was given 40,000 acre of Blandlng by the federal Insurance program Integration, and the attorney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .

government with the stipulation It be used for military purposes (2) Increasing the Hill-Burton programs suits general for empowered school to Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .
Integration with
So far so good Then the state purchased from the U. 8 for building of more hospitals -

another 2$.200 acres at something under $7 an acre, I am told nursing homes, and the train the federal government paying the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .
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another in Improve cost . . . . . .- -
since Invested $200000
Tallahassee has Ing of needed staff -
(5)) That the Civil Rights Commission OTHER OBSERVATIONS WELCOMEI!
) the reservation So the
rnents ("for military purposes" on (3)) providing hospital Insurance for
total Investment on 68,300 acre Is approximately $400,000 , the aged under Social Security, should be made permanent .- _
((6) That the
various departments of
or about $S an acre. with federal appropriations to pay
the federal government should
The state Income on Blandlng last year, for mineral royalties for benefits for all over 85 yearsof
withhold grants and aid for federally -
and timber was well In excess of $240.000. Economically. age not covered by Social Security Helm

this Is the Elysian fields that were so frantically sought In the . . . .. . . . . . . . .- - assisted programs such M 4f \
school lunches, vocational education
late forties by people who were buying ,rich-quick uranium
C. Education and Youth Programs Involving V A. housing public housing,
stocks and In the early fifties electronics companies' stock Funeral Home
etc. where there
appears to be discrimination
It ls extraordinary to me that the state could have In good on ground of race, color

conscience, bought roughly 1$ per cent of the county's total lAnd (I) federal school: -aid for Improvingthe or origin . . . . . . .- _
area at $8 or' $7 an' acre. Because The Crescent reported on quality of teaching, training, <7) That a federal "Fair Employment '' CHARLES HELM[

December: 19 the state was ready to purchase 23 acres of land and counseling, and for building Practices Commission" be established -

adjacent to Oold Head State Park at approximately $435 an more libraries: to police enforcement of nondiscrimination r Funeral Director

acre The property wu owned by an Individual In Jacksonville:
It had no road Into it and an tnflnltesmal lake frontage But, areas ,. . . . . . . . . . . . .- - persons or more, of labor unions, or y) l 1 $ d Phone 2S4.9COG( !)

said Tallahassee' Jt wu needed for additional campsites This (cbl) on .si nation.wide basis regardless employment agencies, based on

price wu 22 times the assessed value of the property which of local economic conditions. .- race color, creeed or origin . GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
served to hold the world together, .. '
had only
for eons i H) creation of a National Servio*Corp.-3 I m\r i< EAST p. o BOX <4s
Did somebody goof or Is this Inflation f X doubt th* questlor J II. Foreign and Military Proposals
(3) enactment of employment V.
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In return for thl$ $240000 plus Income or18 per cent of our legislation .. . . . . . ,'. . .- g.aa

total acreage the state ",Ive." the county $20.000 annually In
D Automation and labor 1A11.laUonC1
lieu of taxes And worse still the $220.000 net goes not to the

IndustrialUatlon of the county, not to the schools of the county ( ) creating a high-level commission on

but to building such already.Industrialised cities a* Ocala automation to study Its effects on

whence Farrls Bryant emerged and to which. It may be hopedhe labor displacements and proposed

will soon retire remedies therefor - The Bank of Green Cove Springs

This question, It seems to me should be one of the substantive <]) to modernize the existing Unemployment -
Ussues In the upcoming political donnybrook And I would like Insurance Program with I

to hear Just one of the numerous candidates to succeed Mr respect to duration and benefits .- -
Bryant say if he. Is elected he will do something about It
<3)) extending coverage of minimum
and fast
wave laws at the It.25 minimum
Why should any county In the slat be milked to enrich the
wigs rate and Including additional Know Your Bank
rotters of Tallahassee Wt have taxes on everything we buy -
groups not now covered . . . .- -
and every breath we takt And much of such revenue as the
state hu have been hocked to retire bonds that have been <4> awvulnsj penalty rates for overtime

!II ul'd. pay to stimulate new hiring by some

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industries - -
It seems to me the state 1s vastly progressive and far'aeelng

when It comes to cross-state barge canals or troas'river bridges r. "revert? III: ml nation" Legislation John Hall has been associated with the Bank of OreenCove
where! Uncle Santa picks up 60 per rent roughly) of the tab
Unless I am very wrong, the stale has done nothing for Clay ill renewing and strengthening a Springs, since Mil when he became a member of the l

County since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary number of housing lass, such as: Board of Director of the bank lie was elected vice president

Why? la) low.rent. publlO housing . . .- -
My friends In Ocala tell me there Is scarcely l a rowpath that ib) renewal of decayed city arras i In 111 and chairman of the board and president In 1918He

hunt become a state highway alnce Mr. Bryant went" to Tallahaaaee .
(ee.) low-cost housing for poorer In' .Is now the bank president
Yet Ralph Powers hems and haws and Oeorge Davit
come families and the elderly, particularly '
fare<< before the Board of County Commissioners to get reoolu
those displaced by alum
thIS Imploring the state to rebuild the Hire murderous bridge
clearance - .n THE HOSE OF
between Oran Cove and Orange Park, each of Idem six feet BISISESS. DEC Ii. I9J3,

narrower than what the Slate Road Department consider sale iji "' expanding. Area Redevelopment Tilt TOTAl RISOt: ,RCrs OF THE BANK OF
The truth 1s the state already own far too much laiul In the Program for depressed areas -

county. It produces for the county progress and maintenance iji' expanding the Fond Stamp Program ORIIN ('0\'[ SPRINGS. HIRE . .$ MJ7ZJI3

Virtually money no employment and ito Uses to talk about\ of food for the nerdy - 1'

I think camptiltra are great, but I think May Austin Mann ,14> developing more modern mass

Jennings, the mother of Florida scenic I'ft'l"I'aUonII.tlIrana\ traiwit within our communities a* AT Till: ClO'.r Of' Bt'Sl\I.xs. DIC. 11. 1KJ.

would turn over In her grate If he knew they. were' being used well as low-coat transportation bet Tilt TOTAL RlsniRds
In Clay County anyway, as a stale llOrlc.bar..l.. The trouble with .wu. them through the aid of federal BANK OF

caniwllea la they are occupies by some well-mranlnt frlliw"' grants s- GIU I.N (m. srni>ri "UE . . . IUJI.ITI.II
Iron Montana who arrive with hit ran of sardine sjuh-| l

sway In the galley of his trailer and he leaves' the empty t.. Irdrral Psy liaise
John Pmton Halt
ran What small amount of rash he Is required to fork om
III for lest of flew and civil service employ PmMenl
toe Into the tills In gum .hl'''''
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With $240000 going from Blandlng Into the kitty In Tallahaa -
|J> for other high ranking employees
.,.., the 000-ln-Ileu-of-Uxr: I* a Joke
Tallahassee hu got Its money back on mantling, Buoiter or .\ u cabinet officers federaludcM
) member of coi\gre. etc. I IK.h
later someone hu gut to let up ci his hind ku* and say that
\th county> Is entitled to $100.000 a year In lieu cf Is to* 12'> nan . -

er 60 per rent of the total! revenuelhrre. O. Airiraltonl IxUUtUn foe
The whole greedy foolish tale lends to deeply Impugn the calling BANK () GREEN pOVE OPRINGS

ale's motives In Its efforts to buy Die federal property si I ILI&NEW t () COURTEOUS: ERJ'/Cn

Owen Co\'*. They could easily hire put a prison ramp In one nor

>*r of the UOO-acre property and planted pin* seedlings In

the rest . to support the prison camp They might then have
persuaded to pay the county JOOO annually In lieu" of :

Utw. The profits would have built ntoro roads In the home- [ AND USED CARS

county of the governor The Comity's) Oldest (r tl Largest Bank

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ruu.m UOfI''D 6 MCRrusrOlkUU or
It wctl"ItOIA., .. MMUCItInaf THIS WKKK'S: : !SI'KCIAI: ,
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Pssusau TKOMM It C...,., Puss. let.P .
a N' its .. T'tUKO Leaded. gates Sharp IHM

Geese Com lessee' /a.oa

t \,. "w ,.n..nw llUPIIOtII 6C1U44TH .. HUGE DISCOUNTWhen C'mbcor rntc2LTO

a_" tau harts/. Pal car ..... cI......... r.n,.
a Setter Deal II blad.l'A.V'4EiSWUl Slake HIFWo I
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To telephone newt Item, or for other purposes t, ; ,
Green Cove call and CCS Penney 214-1168 Farm subscribers dreeu OIarePlanning NeiiOrange fL j

Park, Mlddleburg and Jacksonville
labMTibert call 264-67S1

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Cove Socials Clay County ServicemenI Raymond II. Scott, missile
February 18th Show Green technician seaman, VSN, IOn
I of Mrs Bummer I. Scott of Orange
I Ivan A. SUrke, son of Mr I I I Park, has reported to
1 VMIrd In OrlandoMr Reelected<< SecretaryMrs. I I Training Squadron 29 at the
and Mrs C. W Burke of Keystone
Oother Martin spent last I Ralph Mllberger was I Naval Air Station Corpui
heights 1s scheduled tocomplete
week In Orlando with his mother reelected recording secretaryfor Christi lie has begun an IntenIve .
j Mr Hattie Martin the Business and Professional .v basic training Feb I I course In airborne navigation.
i Women's Club, District 14 at the Naval Training Center .
No.3. at their meeting last San Diego.llowsrd .
Sunday In Lake City at the I
Brother Visits i
Hotel Blanche
I Arden Oriffts stopped off In Cleori T. Smith, aviation
j Gl't'fn'f last Friday to see f r. Clayton aviation structural mechanic third dIN,
his sister Mrs Jerry FarleyMr Had Guests v I machinist's mate third clans VSN, IOn of Mrs Virginia Robert
1 < Orlffia. who was enrouU Mrs Loren Martruduke had >. M U8N. ion of Mrs Eva E Clayton I: of Green. Cove \U serving
from Ascension bland to BAr as her guests last week Mr and oi Oiange Park, U serving I with Attack Squadron 35 a.
Salvador and Elaine Farley Mrs Claude Klnmon of Jack with Flakier Squadron 174 I II board the attack aircraft carrier
went to Fargo Oa., to visit nonvllle and Mr and Mrs I homrbaM-d at the Naval AH UBS Saratoga The squadron
his family Friday evening Mrs I Oeorge Kliunon of Shreveport Station Cecil Field" The squadron which la homebawd at the
s Farley went to Fargo on Sunday Louisiana. provides replacement pil.I Naval Air Station. JacksonvilleIs \
1 1a 1rViss
to pick Elaine up. oU to Fat. Coast squadrons I currently onboard Saratoga
Attend Christening I 1 flying the Chance Vou,ht. PRO I for a deployment to the Carib
In Atlanta Mrs Herman Itt'f'd'laltPd 'Crusader a single engine bean.
Mrs lUrry Perlman Is on a her son and dauihter-ln.la* In superMtnle jet fighter\ alrcralt --- ---- --
buying trip In Atlanta this Tallahassee last weekend<< to attend With this continual supply ofqualified
I I) Morton
week. I, the christening of her pilots East Coast MF.TUODHT: T11OnAiRYE
grandson William Hal Reed Wayne l>. Morton, airman squadrons, can maintain a constant ANIIIUNra11AY
I I Jr The christening took placein U8N, son of Mr. and Mrs !:lip, level of resdlneas where "' :
Attend Graduation the Faith Pre brtrlan and. when required.
I ) I
D Morton of Green Cove, \la
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+ I Mr and Mrs W. II. Reed I Church with the Rev Walter Ash MednMday services
CmciNT PHOTO it dug IOtA ; their daughter Sylvia and H Stiles officiating.\ There serving with Training Squadron I will b. held al the tint
Hobby, went to Seven at the Naval Auilllsry\ t'hvrt WtdnMdr -
i their eon. Par-I were four generations of the I :MelhtdUt
Green Cove Lions this week lusion never before shown except perties and costumes used Ir rte bland, 8 C. last "'I'<<' toattend family present. for the ceremony Air Station, Meridian, Mlsa. lie Army Act. James II IInh'rI evening at Till e'ebek."Getting .
for the Ken television and In larger the performance. tile graduation exercises Jr.. 38: sun of Mrs. Beatrice Ready for CasUff":
were getting set on | was recently selected as thelIQuadron' .
Griffith TV Thrtll-Orama theatres. It consists of sawing of their son, William I liaMlon. Green Cov, Is partirlpatlng will\ b* lee mlnUUr's. s.*UUllon.
In addition to the tv arts "Plan. Captain ol
which they will present twiceon a young lady In two via a high.speed presented. the show also features Reed Ill from the Marine It111"1'(',,. Folaiflicte. A..w.4 dish sapper
the Month" for December (for
Feb. IS in the Oreen Cove p.ower-drlven saw, I II I Roberta specialty actress I Boot Camp. \1.1In Quincy > a II-day field training will be held ih. same
I I I I hla outstanding performance ol evening at Sill In the MInwihlp -
Junior High School. Mrs Pearl Drunker putted
I I I According to Griffith, this and a full two hours of comedy exercise In Alaska.
Shown above at a meeting model was specially built so It novelty acts, audience'I Open IloueMr Mr. and Mrs. Roy H.. Blltcti In duty. He ,entered" the Navy In' I hall.
this week completing plans for could be presented. on All participation, and dancing ;' and Mrs James Baunderswill Quincy last weekend. December \1182. I A h -
the two shows are, 1. to r.: the I coast-to-coajt tour. While it U The show will be presented at:'I' have an open house on I ----- -
Rev. C. E. van der Maaten. f 1 a portable model two trucks 3:30 and again at 7.30: o'clock Sunday, February 8th at 2 o'i I
O. Snyder, Ralph Mllberger and I are required to carry: this large In the junior high auditorium clock, at their home at the
Frederick; T. Bridges. I piece of stage apparatus The February II. I i I corner of Lewis Avenue and I
A feature of the show, according complete show requires a 2-ton Advance sale tickets, at a reduced I Highway U. All friends and Your drums com true T 1r TI
: to Mr. Mllberger, the I I truck to transport the thirty \ price, may be purchasedfrom relatives are Invited to attend I I with
Lions president, will be an il trunks and cases of stage pro any Lions Club member I -
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Plymouth'sis low price i MICE IN Till AD BEEF HINDQUARTERS 140-165 LBS. AVG LB 59l

'.nn ln Timot'oii BEEF FRONT QUARTERS 150-175 LBS AVG LB 39<

NAit AuAY. IIIIRUARr' I tiT AMI "aurrll..ua torn mmR AT no ADDITIONAL rout
a classic understatement. I -

II Beef Chuck Roast inn KUIIARK Rioiir rtnr lb. 45c

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Talk about ralu*-and you triH-lk only blTit,.. cornparwria. You'll! protaUjr} find

thing equal to IlymouUj'i low price UPlmouth' that car for car, model for !model, tenure URIC H'L NIWIE

J cUoak goad tusked It'. a ran f for feature, you won't |H w much car: for
combination. . one of UK moat handaoco w little-anjrwbmf t So fH up and r> scan I, TOMATO JUICE 46 OZ CAN 25c PEACHES NO. 21} CAN 23d

on tM road at a k Dd* *-potktt your Ct-o&-tnd-fo Plymouth Dealer tour .. r

price; that will l amaze jrou. Afid Iljrnouth DOW' I }IIf-] rot the BIG Plymouth yaJuHt t LNSHFFEE 5 OZl 89ff 1 FRUIT COCKTAIL NO 303 CAN Mfe .


NIBLETS CORN 12 01. CAN 2-29t

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Ts> new Items, or for other purposes, 6 %1 '
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Mil Gel Z8I-1166 W j1ark, .., :

Orange Park, MlddleburJacksonville
subscribers 164-1751
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Mrs H. Caldwell In Orange Park Election Upset OP Mardi GrasContestants I OPPORTUNITY EXPANSIONIf FOR

Mrs, Helen Hubbert Caldwell you are looking for an
'77 years old of Memorial Home 9 I opportunity in the livestock

Community Penney Farms New candidates are bring announced business, Dr. T J Cunha l had
died last week In a Springfield A I
almost dally for the of the Animal Science Depar*.
Ill, hospital after a brief illness
ment for the Unlverslto'.
Orange Park High School Band
,1 11 Association's: Mardi Oras festival Florida's Agricultural Expni
Born In Lincoln, B1.. she wu scheduled for Feb. 29 Stations, sayi that then ";
educated at Missouri Valley college : $ plenty of room in the sw,ne
and at Johns Hopkins University : ; + '4eY Competing for Queen ol !a.I Industry.
there she received her ? A Mirth are. June Nelson, sponsored ,
doctorate In Psychology She + by Jim Reid Brake and Florida Is producing only
was for many yean a teacher Wheel Service; Marie Katlbah about 20 percent of the pork
sponsored by Hal E. Haglund it consumes. Each
at the Northampton (Mass) "F .giIlu' year some
School for the Deaf, Randolph- 1iii Builder; and Dot Bradley, sponsored -.,'-,..", : 15.000 feeder pigs are Imported
Macon Women's College and at by the Orange Park Lion "There Is no reason why these
the University of Wisconsin ellas, 1 feeder pigs can't be producedIn
In 1917 ahe was married tc ,, Candidates for Queen of the .. t tI Florida," Dr Cunha emphasizes .
Clinton C. Caldwell, who died Mardi Oras are Susan Welgel i .
four years ago. She leaves two sponsored by San Lebrydc 1----
daughters: Mrs M, V. Homey Lumber Co.; and Betty Alien: I signed by her mother. It f featured
of Springfield; and Mrs Rich sponsored by the Orange Park a scalloped bodice of brocade .
ard Laucher, of Ogden Utah; :31' Promenaders. i with a scalloped train

two brothers William B, and : Johnny Lynch, sponsored by .. I flowing from the shoulders
both of Philadelphia )
Roger Hubbert "i Miller's S and 10 Cent Store, I Is, The brocade panel ,down th
Mrs ; and Caldwell's ten grandchildren body I ;: : the only candidate thus far forKing ,, front of the skirt was slightly

cremated. The ashes are to wan be I of the Mardi Oras fi I shorter than skirt of he the white satinflowing
) wedding/
The Raider band
delivered to MHC and memorial will play in
services were to be announced the parade set for FVb 29 and gown. The bride's crown war
sometime this week will present a concert afer ard made of tiny seed pearls and
near the site of the new AP I was covered by a shoulder-
Supermarket where carnival r aY, length bridal veil which flowedto
AGRICULTURE IS Harley Broom, Orange Park realtor, was Others appointed wtre! Herbert Morris, booths will be set up. Band PHOTO sr Gist (Xou( elbow length in, the back
MAJOR GOLD Mined to the Orange Park Town Commission assessor, clerk and street commissioner; members ahve tickets for the She carried a white Bible topped .
COAST INDUSTRY Tuesday In a surprise' victory ever Frank W Brown treasurer and llarley Mardi Gras costume ball to beheld Miss Donna Powell Becomes with a cascade of phalaen
James Tong SS-year-old attorney who Broom tai collector
tha opsls orchids surrounding shite
tevenlng in the high
Florida "Gold Coast" got 1U served one term on the commission Mr. The commlxlon also. named the following ,,' catteya orchid.
name because of the tourist Broom (II.I ) Is shown with Ileyt Cotney, to various petitions J. C. Morton, fire Bride Donald Kail
Industry. Jacksonville businessman who was reelected chief) J. C. Joints, police chief; Earl MOM, Other businesses and civic Of J. The maid of honor wore s
But that golden sunshine I Town officials said ill persons) went to the attorney) W A. Jansen judge) Florin organizations are being urged pink brocade and satin gown
and those balmy breezes also polls' This would represent approximately Ralph, deputy clerk t Dan Patterson Insurance to participate by sponsoring I Mill Donna Elaine Powell !of. Kill of Lander, Wyo. I She carried a colonial bouquetof
make three of Florida' highly! two-lhlyds of all the eligible voters At a ronsultsnt) Gordon Sandridge Dan candidates and by planning and Donald Joe Kall were Given in marriage by her father white phalaenopsls orchid
urbanized counties among the re-orgsnlistlon meeting of the commission Patterson Thomas F. Grady, II. W. McFlroy floats for the parade. united In marriage at 5 pm the bride chose Mist The junior bridesmaids wore i
leaders In the state's rapidly Tuesday evening Walter 0 Odum was renamed and Palmer Ogden toning board. I last Saturday In the All Saints Elizabeth Claytor as maid of I \lilac: brocade gown with a three
expanding agriculture.Palm mayor 1I0t B. Colnejr was appoint Chapel, NAB, Jacksonville Rev honor. Miss Janet Powell was tiered lilac eyelet over skit
Beach Dade and ed vice mayor and police commissioner (Staff Photo by Gene Kola) Some of the world most ex W. B. Feaglns, Jr officiated || a junior bridesmaid She carried a colonial bouquetof
Bromard counties rank fourth,I - - -- James Edward Powell acetd white orchids
I pensive real estate lies along j The bride Is the daughter/ of I
sixth and tenth respectivelyIn mer to inter-weary, northern tions agriculture is US million only to tourism, which this the eight/ .mile ocean front at Cmdr Arthur E Powell, USN as best man. and ushers Included A reception wu held In the
total sales of agricultural' states, Citrus, dairy cattle and Industry This often surprises year Is estimated at about $500 Miami Beach, National (fret.* and Mrs Powell Orange Robert Weimer and Thomas Walnut Room of the Officers
products In the statt. Palm I cut flowers round out the other t even native dwellers million for the three counties graphic ssys Property at 01'0-1 Park. The bridegroom Is the Kart Club The couple left on strip
Beach ranks only behind Polk,'I' major agricultural products ,.I Estimated cash value of farm Nationally, Palm Beach popular winter resort has son of Mrs. Verna Belle LIttle I' The bride' floor-length gown I to Miami. They will reside
Orange and lAke counties with 1 coming from these three products In Palm Peach County County ranks 42nd out of '
I for 14500 a front foot. Karl Van Nuys, Calif., and J of brocade and satins was de. In Orange Park.
their vast expanses of citrusa ties during 1983-64 Is $120 mil nearly 1,000 counties In cash 1 -- .---- -- -- - -- -- - -
high per.acre return crop..| In, Dads County, which Is 1Ion:1;, of Dade Is ISA million; value_of agricultural: products: ),
AD three countlrtf produoe best known to the rest of the and of Browsrd Is 110 mlllon Even In the heart of I
large volume of winter vegetables 1 state and the country for IU This Is a grand total of $205 great tourist area, ,FlOrida"j: I y'111rV, ,
to add<< *a touch of sum- luxurious tourist accommoda million an Industry. second remains a major S t J rN
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Jnnide Front KuckftifaU: ,Allin l Interior. Ammeter rear axle. alntem!-metallic brake" lining and ettrta- MlllR-lRESII

oil pressure and water Ump gauge, HooMiwunted styled' aimulaUd\ walnut steering sheet, to name just 5

'slraight-lm shift lever for IVwtrgUd\ or sporty 4. a few ot them. Canned Biscuits Can 5c
Spend' stick shift OuUide Special moklings) and whorl I covers, &> klentifkation. .

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120-hp and optional l&S-hp. r.m'S.'.. from standard three Malibu SS Coups and Convertible is their prier

283-eu,4o( up to (you're reading it right!) ,, And the beat way to And out what everything Meat Can 39c
327.cu.-ln.* Try I Ait one to flatten out hills\ m: eW la that make* them so super U to drive one. .
na.t Electric taholMtcor.I\Iit.raclioa Your Chevrolet dealer ran take care of that. i. xa iIdaho
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The death rate from luna M Penney

cancer caused mostly by amok Pafa

log has mounted rapidly. in
Reporters MRS HERBERT D. MTERS Phone M9-S1SI
1930 the death rate vu

in I960 the death 2.600-\ Raton This held Wed evacuated Their stationIs
\ Symposium Club Met Mary Schenck of Boca luncheon. was again 1v
hum cancer la estimated Miss Schenck and the Hlgbyt nesday at the home of Rev Mukedl where the trouble I
36,000. Tobacco benefits no one I The Symposium Club oldest were friends In Colorado and I and Mrs C. S. Hlgby. Mist, centered. The trouble was at a
literary organization In the Memorial I
wMle the money IOta up In rejoiced to. "pick up the Harris is director of the co-j Roman Catholic station seven J I
Home Community
smoke I I IThIl threads" of the years since they workers' program which Is ona miles from them. The M A II' I
last week In the lecture roomto
left Colorado some five yean of the departments of work of pilots helped with the evacua e h 1y { I
space contributed by hear urban
a paper on
the Kononia Foundation. The tlon Eva then stated. "Oui
The Crescent to I lems In the United prob-I ago. I '
Rev. and Mrs Alfred Hempstead stations are all 0 K. These are III
The Oreen Cove WCTU to tore a gold-medal-*' I I I L
I 1: film, "The Other ]""ace.'" The Celebrated Birthday had Miss Harris as theli American Northern Baptists'Missionaries dCaeeciesr
Dr. William L. Archibald ofPenney guest at aupper Mr. Hempstead of the Canadian
dim portrayed the problem ol I
I Farms celebrated ht I was serving as dlstilcl I Baptist Mission came this week
and substandard housing I
poor 94th birthday on January 26 superintendent\ when Miss Hrrls from Cabtnda, a small part of
Jacksonville. The federal;
in He is possibly the oldest marin I I was nerving a church In the Portugese Congo. They have I
government Is supporting urban I
A SAFETY REMINDER communities In clearing Penney Farms lie and Mrs I Methodist Conference In Maine had to close all their stations trI

Archibald live with his brother I Portugese territory They art
from THE TRAVELERSand their alum areas and establishing -I and aister-In-law, Dr. and Mrs Arkrrman To Preach I I In Nsona visiting Canadian
better living condition '
1 A. J Archibald across from the The preacher at the Penney friends.' I
for the lower bracket wage
Mr. A. t. Archi- Memorial Church 11 o'clock '
yourTRAVELERS earners Discussion followed the golf course i I PHOTO sr GCNg KOlA
bald Is 89 yean old. The following worship service next Sunday From $t. Louts
AGENT presentation The Rev. Thomas persona called to honor will be the Rev. C. M Acker Mr and Mrs Jerry Shown strafe during the banquet "which ton them' t'ove chapter; Walter Fennell.

Cleaver presided and the Mr. Archibald on his birthdayhis man The leader for the February ship of 81. Louts were hu\ken-I preceded the special meeting elf tilt( Order worthy grand patron! Mn. Irene Johns '

Rev Ralph Kortellng presented brother, Dr, A. C Archibald 13 prayer mf'ftlnl11\ bt I last week at the MHC of Eastern Star Chapter No. 45. which was worthy grand mAtron of the Florida GrandChapter

the paper and film. of Olds Hall Daytona the Rev A Lawsou of Mrs A I). Shatter, a held last Saturday for the official visitation and :Mr. Pauline Crowley, worthy

|' Beach who is 85 years old; them to the Garden Restaurant of :Mre. Irene Johns worthy grand matron matron of the Green Cove chapter

his eon. Professor Harold F Breakfast Schedule at Starke for their dinner. The are left la rUM: Thad Oouley. worthy pt- Staff Photo by Gene Kota) }
From :MinneapolisMrs 'I I
Archibald of Stetson Law College The breakfast at the Pone I Blankenshlps formerly lived Inwhat
Alma Fisher of Minneapolis -
: and a niece Mrs A. R de Leon Hotel in St. Augustine Is now the Hubert apartment WGMMVfe OC5 VisitationCn
of the Rev I
was a
Blackaddar of Chelmaford will be Monday. Leave the U,- She was a registerednurse l'lrJ Johns, ,
.x' and Mrs Clifford 8 Hlgby last I I
Mass mortal Home Community at t and through her wok
week She ia director of the International I I
I The Archibald family has a o'clock and arrive at the hotel 1 1I In our Mary M, Olin Clinic I their official
Prayer Tower lr Irene Johns worthy welcomed her 'back with them during
I rather unique record In the 1 by 9 o'clockWOMAN'S greatly endeared herself to the Mrs.
Minneapolis and also editor of I I grand matron of \the Grand home Honorary membership year
the Manual of Prayer a devo- Christian ministry Includingthe residents of the community II I Chapter of the Order of Eastern and gifts were presented to the A bMiiqiirt was held precedingthe
I father who was 45 yean I Gl'ILD TO While here Mr and Mil
school tare.trrla
In the *
tional monthly. Both are outgrowths Star of Floilda, paid hei win' thy grand matron and pat- meeting
and alstei :lIEETF.OSESDAY called on Mr and
In the ministry a Blankenshlp
of the work of Dr to her ownChapter "run from Chapter No. 45. and the meeting was followed
USE YOUR ': who was a missionary India I I The Woman's Guild of tht Mrs. C 8 Dopp. Mr and Mrs official visitation
founder of the grand offterri by a reception.
Oltnn Clark, I' No. 45 last Saturday The apixilntlvt
Memorial Church will ., R. C
''U years; the total number of Penney E R Wilson Mrs Bay who
officers rematned -
Farthest Out. Mrs aim presented a courtesy The grand
BELTS Camps ;i years In the work of the Lord I II meet at 2:45 o'clock next Wed and Mr and Mrs Oeorgt 8 evening, February lit at a special Cove over.
SEAT Green
Fisher was the guest of honor meeting held at the OmnI and gifts to Mrs. Johns and In
was 353 years It would be dlf- I nesday A special program under Button. The Blankenshlpe pur .
breakfast to,ether
/ 1 night enjoyed
of a small group at the cafeteria -1 Junior HUh Mr Fennell. using appropriate
Cove Springs
flcult to find another family the sponsorship of the literary chased a lot at Port Charlotteand
the Rlvervlew
Thursday evening Traveling words or song to express theplrseur. at
committee, In observance build their retirement School
with five members serving so expect to !
with Mrs Fisher was Miss I ISO members and It has been to serve on Sunday morning
many years In the work of the I of Brotherhood Week, will be home there when Mr :

--- -- Lord Dr William I* Archibald given by the Dunbar High Ulankrnshlp retires from the guests attended from District I ...

Is proud of a letter Of congratulations School Choir. Mr. Rufus Wilson postal service 31 and throughout the state. ,
For 'In/ormatum ahoulTrtutlert Murrhee from the Queerof Is director The choir will I Orand officers who attended I FLATTER( 1 ismutfGCXTrieft 'fllE

Auioniol England received on hit I enjoy a fellowship hour with! VUlUd Her were Walter Fennell, worthy I WHAT rlF1MINKS
Iiuurawe call M.j. Insurance Agency 65th wedding anniversary tweyears refreshment In the social The Rev and Mra. Paul Cal-' grand patron; Lee A. Bowles peRSON

ago. room of the church precedingthe 'lender of Butler N. J. visited! associate grand patron; Mrs OF HIMSELF! -

program, which will be presented the Rev and Mrs, Frank Ora- Freda McCwen. grand secie- \ rIrl

j. SLATER SMITH : From Canada promptly at 3;45. I coy last week, Mr. Callendei lacy; Mlsa Mary Laura Johnson
ADIQUATI The Rev and Mrs Frank The business meeting of the was a sister of Mra. Montrow grand treasurer; Mrs

tS N. Orange Ave. Oracey have had a two-day Oulld will follow the program\ I. who died a couple of years ago Edith C Roberts, grand ('hap-I

GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA I visit from Mrs. Orat'f,'. nephew All residents of the communityare The Callendert left here U. lain; Mrs Reartre / e ,. t ,

LNwlle Rice and his wife Invited. Mrs T It. RunyanIs spend several weeks downstate grand organist Mrs I\foU'1| i'd

s "grrrvunese" r Set RICHARD MURRIIK' from Kingston Ontario( chairman of the Guild program Rowlls grand marahall; Mrs
committee i Gloria Smith, grand Male Mrs
inuiUCE toliU
The limillS
Ages I nnellson.. grand Ruth;
V HMTrOftO CONNICTCUt Returns Home VUII Morrhouumi I
II Phone 473-4780 Mrs J. II. Meier's daughter DAIOIITFR EFFORTS The Rev and Mrs Donald H Mrs, Cortne Dykes, Ira lid Esther 1 C

.---- - - Mrs Maria Hartmann of DP- ON CONGO I Wing of the First Reformed I I ; Mrs. Louise Latlmeri
Kalb. Illinois left )'l'aterdaJarlA'r Friends of Mrs. Alta Bhepard Church of Chatham. N, Y.. tht i grand Elects: ; Mrs' C1yd ll.ni '

a week's visit\ with! her have been Inquiring about her daughter and ion-In.law of UM i ry grand warder' and George I y

COMING HUM ffl mother, who has been Ill wilt, daughter Eva. who la now at (Rev and Mrs II. C Mnrrhous U Myree. grand sentinel ,

the flu. I Nmna. In the Congo A letter spent a week with the More. Past grand matrons and pat
from her received this weeklays houses recently Among othvisits 'I rona ol the grand chapter ol

Guest Of HonorThe'Rev "News from KaOlu fjo- during their stay was i I Florida present were: Mrs. I

f ,. TH Miss Gertrude lUr..t vines Is not good. Bo thankful call on Mill Bertha Barfordt I Vema Dullard Brlee. Mn. She-. Tf
4RTFFIN its of the Kolnonla Founds t lor. that the U N la here and liI Lake Kerr, who U one ol I ma Lu Drown Mrs Leona

KEN near Baltimore was luest ol I now controlling1 the situation thrlr parishioners Included 1 lrUw i FalrckHh. Mrs Frrda UtCwet I Ijit14A
honor of the Monday morning I1' Friends the Barkmsna die I party were Mr and Mn.Peter Vincent' R ticks\ and Mrs fllln'j.rl f

p'IRfOYr prayer fellowship at a buffet II visited her last year, have ben Amrheln who attended I ones Woodruff, past stand
! IN iorspAlOlG ron of the Grand Chapter. of I I
- - Mr Wing's church In the sum
ob.>l.r. MM' ego sM a

IllUS10MsV + II I Issue ,.Inn kohUrt your teearllr, *aflngon -
N E1 Y The officers of the Green .
Cotney Tire Service Tear MIICTb.ltev wild a .sadist sUrt, will ab.M yo. sM rose
Cove chapter
and Mrs Raynamd I Springs
R Gregory were surprised las)i: *d a eiNirtMy to Mn rn&1 ,Interest ,,11I'\ sM ,r.. sM |tow
Cor. Park .* K'.ng: JarkwitrllleFbon week' with a UU by fronds ol I suing a Valentin" Ihrm along

.l KV f-SItT or EV: 4-411 Mra Oregory for many year with Valentino dcorauona, asa
Mr and Mrs Adfolbcort M Jakaman ., loving tribute to her as II* I If

of Orron Park ..... MrJakrman worthy matron Mrs hull
TIRE ls the year round quit>; t OM 111 It. Bier" In all reseed .sINC s.NS a "Ma iag N(. MMVNI//
ttlnUndmt of the Orean Par' .
Sponsored By (!ase'S nrlnllng Uf Ik* ( KM
lilt Arn>o Assembly a Hew' F.niUrxl: ) Cbs
.: ('I.teT resins. 1\I' n. peke
GREEN COVE SPRING LIONS CUD Ill.1RFAUIYGRfr11Rlfl tauqua-',,* summer organise. .. rUM. I
Uon. .1 -- ---
I; I character They wore much Im
pressed with their Informal too I
Ir Rte gill to - ten --r 1L.." I Irom lh. .m.llr.t to the AlUiMTf, I'' of MHC. which Included a shot

I Hi.tril.utor Mill'r Tin.. .\ulutil. lhHeri: \ Shill In Iwo of lire apartments p
I J ITK: OOT .\ IlKOrUK: : THICK: one In the quadrangle' thotter r 2 1fiDle

0.8014JTII.T: ; MATCIIKS: I --- ---_.._ -- I
I l'KItFoUM\\tr: 1 ; (OF) II end In Mrs Marshall Mirtsm and Mi,

I'KKMII M 1 O\SoJ.l as: II ClIl.\ 'fa: ".\111\ A J Archibald Mrs M. .rUm'brothrr 's

I S3 OUT OF 3 CARS I IC1C2J3Wn Frank Iir1... was fo
HH'lair S'itiuti Uoml) S.nic i many yeses the director a 1r

I for ti>. assembly, an
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, Hospital Auxiliary Holds MeetingThe 1 MRS.APPEAR SUM ON TO TV I! Junior High Honor Roll I or's and they carried nosegay

Mrs Jack Saam, president of .ttrr bouquets of pink carnations,
Executive Board of the I greeting cards for all occasions: the Oreen Cove Springs Junior
i I Miss Cheryll Hutchlns wusoloist.
Clay Memorial Hospital Auxiliary I In March plans are being com Woman's Club, will appear on Girls outnumbered boys more i Paterson, Sarah Perez, Debbie i
met on January 23rd, in pleted for a "Self Help:, the Waldo Norris Show than two to one on honor rolls I'Sloan and Mike Williams. I .
the hospital auxiliary room. Course," which will be available nesday morning, 'Wed-I.I for both the first semester and Eighth grade honor roUen' Following a reception at the
Many plans were made for to anyone In the county. Fur. at 10 o'clock on channel 12. the third 6-week period at the for the first semester are; Bob t x church, the couple left on I
the coming months. Memben ther Information will be an: On Thursday, Feb. 13, Mrs Oreen Cove Junior High School,I by Baggett, Margaret Batton a wedding trip to southern Georgia
of the auxiliary will be selling nounced at a later date. Tag Sum will appear on the Midday according to a report issued James Brummltt, Mike Elliott,I 4 4 rP Upon their return they
Day has been set for May 2 I I Show on channel 4. this week by A, D. Duck, prone Kris Hartman, Anna Hunt
will reside in Oreen Cove.
If you are saving stamps for I I She will be Interviewed concerning cipal. Sara Page Long, Flora Looney;
CLAY MEET HIGH MONDAYThe nATO the auxiliary, please leave at ,, the work of the Junior -| Mr. Duct said that though I Sharon McCormick, Lynn Mid- I
Woman's Club, particularlytheir dlemas and David Ritter,
least a one-fourth inch around I I i the students at his school follow .
Clay Hlfb School the itamp. This Is Important I I Emergency Aid Program the same general curricul-\ There were no students in CHURCH NOTICE
PTA will meet In the high If there Is not enough border and the Valentine Dance which I
'' urn, they pursue their studies these grades on the honor roll
school l eafeUrU at 8 .' the stamps are Injured wher they are holding on Friday in appropriate ability-level for the third S-week period CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
clock Monday. A film, taken off and have no value. I Feb 14, at the VIA. 'I groups. | who were not on the semester I SOCIETY
"The Tai Myth. will be The auxiliary has an Interesting roll.
Seventh graders on the honor Cor. E. Houston St. A
shown according to Ilenrey and varied program forany interested I
I I roll for the first semester are: Of the group, Sharon Me-1 N. Magnolia Ave
M. Robinson, president of woman who can 'I
Is asked
this organization
.pareI. I I Ann Arrants, Linda Cole, Ann Cormick was credited alone GREEN COVE SPRINGS
the few hours a week It has accomplished ,
group. I contact Mrs Gladys Phillips
I Crockett, Debbie Hamel. Patsy with straight A'l. I It FLORIDA
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n! Viva Jean Rivers and. man and the ushers were Bob -
Randolph Bernard Brunson Bradley and Tommy Ellis. I Thursday and Friday
.... were united In marriage last The bride wore a white,, February I and 1
; Saturday, February lat, at 8 floor-length gown of peau de
o'clock at the Orange Avenue sole with a fitted bodice I "WARRIORS FIVE"
I Baptist Church. The Rev. Jim starring Jack Palance
rounded neckline, calla lily
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f Craig performed! the double skirt featuring an overlay Saturday February 8
ring ceremony. j panel of white lace. Her veil "ROCK A BYE BABY"
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I of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rivers tiara of seed pearls. She carried "OLD DARK HOUSE"
The parents of the bridegroomare a cascade of white pompoms starring Tom Poston
a better car Mr. and Mrs Lionel Bernard centered with an orchid -*-.
Brunion | The maid of t honor wore a Sunday, Monday a Tuesday
her gold satin with fitted "BATTLE OF TJIE. .
Often in marriage by lather gown a-
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that the track is one of their most valued Miss Frankle Rivera, as her shaped skirt and a matching -
laboratories. maid of honor Miss Carol Riv cummerbund. Her headpiece I "ATOMIC AGE VAMPIRE"

For example, track competition led directly en sister of the bride, and Wji a matching' circular band -*-
MlM Judy Slough were brldrs- and veil, and -he carried a cascade Wed. Thar and Frl.
I .. '. _. to the following changes in the Fairlane 289! maids. Miss Dell Brunson, sister bouquet of pink carnations February U, IS and 14
.---,. ) P. ,1 V-8 engine: better block, improved pistons, of the groom, was the junior The bridesmaids wore "CAPTAIN SINBAD"

.... !' ,;'r-.J: improved valve train, btronjer connecting bridesmaid emerald green satin gowns 1 starring Ouy Williams
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I FORD OUTSCORES COMPETITION Ford's winning track record but also to the
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Inf bounded oa Ih. Fast by I North, T4 4rrca II II" \Vn eau... via: At right" of war fo, S. jC I

*::E L ]MOT ICE W.., 44 root rla-ttt or war lit 14 f eel la th* begInnIng lit ,Portion 0' gtata Hoad 8 111\ to I IKUAI. NOTICK:
of Slat Rood 8-111 aa 4""a.', th'l a rur,. roncava to tho North. borrow pIts and dr.In... *aimrnt. ..
ahovo, boundd on tho Mouth *atorly havlnf. a radtnaiKIl .. ..I for n-conilnry Plate Road
IS CtnCUlT COt'RT, FOVRT! the North ID fool rlaht ft .*l (..." run thnra North. asS ai part of 10.. lit... highway ,IN: ..THE?'OIJIITH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL CSOURT: 4-IK.:owVilE

jrnic-iAi. CIRCUIT OF KLORI. lino of ftato Road No 11 an sisterly alona" aalit run. ,.1 Klorldi. and lbs con. CUT IN AM nllI.'IM\r COt,).
1 1'S.A, IN AND FOR CLAY COVNT baunttrd on the N'urthwoit by 'through. a total .n".1 l anil cID 5,ru ,'lI-ti, and malntonanca of I Y. ..'. lIuLI". IN CHANCKJllfM = ;;
AT UAW. the arc of curt* "0111'... t.. drrr>*. to Id" a dlilanc ..I pul>li.. hiiihwav for tho via of 1741
CASK NO. ((I lbs Nortriwont havln a radluof Ml. IT f... to tho *nil of ..Id the KIIKI,1..1| puth. and that on. HOI' Tli UltOOKLYN 8AVINU8
I II fort laid curxo brim tan I-UMI, run thrni.* North It doar .. of th, .111,1.... lOr lha Clrcul HANK Corporation,
LAY COfXTT. a politic arrnt. to th. \\'.t40 foot rIgS! ,-... ai' U" W.., t lTI Into .. Court in and for the Fourth Ju. a fkalntlff
MiodlMilon of th. Stats "( c a> lino of nail *lat.* Ron Writ line nf i-il'S! Motlnn I. IIh'I,1 I i ir, ult of Klorld' will on
if Muriel, Silt at tha North Call of 81101 at a piilnt ltd J.I frit K.iulhrl thi> .' -; "z I ,b Uo :of Janunry A, 1I VA II.It'll L. I'IIIU.lI'4 I and

Petitioner '.us-.>. and tanivnt to the Sort <> from Iho Norlhw0.t corntr I 5504 o no o'.lmk PHI. or a. NANCY: II. PHILLU'i. lila wlfo
Va It foot rlaht ,.r ...ay Iln* of ..1.1'' ald ti>ctlon I. iVntitnln: oon 1 thci.rtftrr" *. ..iI,noel mab ', l'e.f ent.n to.
J I.\SA i. TITIIILU ot at. dial SIsal N.. II al lIsp .'pa, O.tl'i> aireS, oar* or Irta, mlxiIM leo ril :in: On\ mt Court Chaml : I Ih..u. Mil.UK UK CUTTo
I IVfrndanla. sad nf Mild curt Cnnlalnln of ....lIn. road right iThat l hers in thiCUv. County Court WIUU'll I I.. PHILLIPS and
Lilt CONDITIONING ::.. .. *\ .Ir...." .',,\. CprlnmFliirMx ..
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NOTKK OK RWIMOT 0\S NEil IIV JAM MS V" : ls'lNI' 1St'' lion ,.r raklnc. appoInt spIrals. I s' Wilbur I' I'hllllpi and
KOMUM. PHH'KKUINUSl OAKKY and 8I1IIILKY CARK1" ".. sal' inn k<. ....'h order a* IhiVurl ,.: II. Phllllpa' hi:* gUs, are

MILBERGER I IV TIIK NAMK AM BY TitAITIIUKITY huiband and ...I If*; .... Inl.,.., .lc..nn proprr All part I'll , horpbv notlfifd that a complaint
W.D.Morris : ..r. Lola I and give OF- TUB 8TATUK 1 ; part th..' -nit" aiul all parti. Intrrmii lo fnrrtloaa irlaln murl...
FLORIDA 1 Ill" II II, .YollouII.lp| Pirk, 1',1 ,1 I iiay appear and b. on the followln,, doavrlhtd rralumnrrtv
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SERVICE All Jersey' Milk rla-kt. title, Interest "'.n'l rnhlp t Kauth, llana-o Iliajit nf Ktato lluad It-Ill Hi-tlo,, fIli, ,, s11 41155cr 'I> 'h. I'.. <-i>rdd In flat llouk I. p....
ALLHAIRGUTS-$1.00 murtnaii or olh.r lion to or nay rounly FUrlda. It i.Mi.DI, ad lurv.y.lln. t>tIna : tltl.n hr.lptl'rs rII.d In thaI I. II and II. nf th. curr.nt pub
thoi certain ....ro... of tand In. mallS nf and WILlIs 1* frt arrihod *s : lit sill. I III, Ih. ala" 0,11,1.4 C..ur' Hiroiurd* uf lIlly County
Ur ('.....'..1.) *, R.rriimtlo. For h.rln; .f.r d.acrlb.d. and th. I of t". aitr\r Iln. of ",.,. Roa. .',,"In. on the W.at Iln. of thHV I.r I li'torc. the ISIS day ot Floridah

aid Hratlaar nMtr Orange Park Barber Shop fntlostg |i..noni, toftlirr. wit Hi-Ill. vllan T1IOT-IIII. uld > l' of NW Ss of tirrtlon ITo .'.",110" V l I' ISIS ... .ho.. *. bon. fllod acalnat you and
I 8. Palmetto Street all unknown ...,."n. rUlmln survey Una holng d<**> rlbd a. .nhlp k Mouth' ltsni o It what HHhl I IHlf' I lntrat.. o Sal aia riulrd to serve a eopyof
Iln. 1:30 i.m. to 1:10: p.m. : HOME DELIVERYCALL l I-. tKrouih or undtr know.. I follow Itoilntiln on tho wiIln Kail' at a point III.IT frt Nor. sIps MM or uny of you, nay: your an.w.r or pl.aJInj I to
Home Phone
tl-970 p.riona ho art 4ad. or wh. of H-K-tion II. 7'ssls01slp I| I thrrly from Ih. Hnuthw.it mi,. In ant p' ll\. atiodicrlho< Ill. uunmlalnt an O\t tslalfltlfif'saItorIl.ys.

Bo.lnf-4 Phone H4-HS1 mme (oration for over IS yean lr.noI knonn to b* deal .r I culls, Kanatl Rut at a pots. nr of "VVV" of N\VV of ikld Pee. landa an.I .ho.r r..... why lbOoISr HUrki. tin... Yita.fonror .
I lll 0 7 fret nnrthorl from thaouthWMt lion II. run th.no North II dt. notiM nut h. tak.n rnlb. lUbha III !' trr. *
KINGSLET IIIWAY II I M4-J94I or IS4-3UC l'ANA t ft'THIM. r of NW >i a arr.. It'll" blast: 4074 II ftot tthrnuarh . 11_.' .o.t oat torts" vth Mtrot Jai'kaonvllla, .
TV. APPLIANCE .fin; NortII ........ purpnuin d. sad fll. iha o".ln.I 0nIwseill
Knld.no.. 141 New York AYe" aid run th.nc ,he 514aIse of a crvS I In Sb. '.OllIos 111.4 "h.roln.Wl1'shiill .
nu*. Huntln"ton, N.w York dfk-roa II' It" I Kat ISIS I. t. SI.. Nortll..url bating I Ipsilas a pcy hiad and .1Ia- 1I1.'lne 1ft the tITheS 1,1 U.
SERVICEWe TRADING POST I'KKTAI.N-TBWJJ PRODUCTSOOimntATluN fort. la the north.rlT .itnala of Tills f..,. run thorn'--. Moat. of Ibis' ,'nll" on th* Iltl 'I.rk aS III. i'lr'ull "oun, 'n and
,>f th* scsi( Iln. of HIiKk 101. North.arh alum. .1" .'lIn.I for Slav County. "Iorio', ss cc
Repair All Brandt INCOME: TAX SERVICEINCOME day ,.f January A I I' 111.MKU ".'or. Ih. Uth dav of March.Itlt .
IU.U1.mII W..t AVBUInayn K1lowthln Park Ian t a. rord 5 total contral an.U 0' ,.I I
( tall to do an, |IU"or.
Servicing Clay County CAREY'S TRADING POST *. I'annaylwalaJAMGM .- .it In I'lat Hook t, I'aa It! 41 di>ar.*i 4f II" a dlitanca aIII ilKt'ROR I. rARI.MLK: monl bv you d"fiull will b. tak.naaalnit .
public rx-ord of lay tuaslsI'l'rlls. ) I II h.t lo Slip .nil of ial-.
VAL CAREY :: : Crk| of lbs ClrculI'ourt fur the .II.t| 4..
For Sixteen Yean at a point II fol N, rt I ,'. run th.nr. North II rl..
IU.ld.no.. .ru.
tttoff'a ( for CU
Orange Park Ph. 24.953FULLERTON'S I TAX WE BUT SELL TRADE 11.-..* and MorrIs 0AI"r (burt...,. .. at Ih. N W .,.,rn.r' *,...?. Can. .,.*. 41' II" Past III II f.Ii .. :foiinly::: In riori.la an.l :, mooted Thl n.In.tlc th* *shall i-omplalnt.b* t-ubll.h.d

nch. ... Jersey mInIng' ISIS arroa mar or t... ih. b.alnnlna of a furroiv liv liriro I M. ('u".1, oach conk fnr four con..artillt .
Three location! : F.r i"'l. ">,oluilv. ..t ulitlna road rl.ht ,- '.v. to Ih. rti
15 E. Palmer St. Ph. M4-im It..hhn..*: III."'. Court 'fnNni. ... a radIus of 111 II feel 51,1)5 PKTITIONKI tv Cra'onl
SERVICE > RV ItORRRT:; W COL.1 run thoni-a Norlh.ailrly. lion. 011.,1111:11. : al
0._nj and Morrla .....",. T J lonnlnaa, Jr I"INWlit: (
S4 N. Orange Are. Warchonaa .A antlajM) oM Lon Hninch. Now Jri.rROHKIIT aid eurv. thrnuih an mala o, P II Hot 111 tlro.n Cova Mnrlnaa. Florida, thIs
W (' )f..: That part nf U>tt It. It olll.xk II ....**. If "" o dlnanco' o' IUI dav of January lilt.OROIMH .
.. .. Florida'
Green Core Spn. lt<.4044 It Yearn Experience Gym Bldf* S. Orange ATBIG *. K..Idore: e.o Idmllla ItcCart, 111. 'I'nlt 1, r.lIs..lsll: lisps rant to th. East Iln. o, lire Mprlnia (IIKSI.l"

Short Forms U." '- TOP" tent Blandlni III.IT-lltth. Road IVrk a aubdlvloloa of tho south PoutS II, Township I Moult I.|. II II. iLKUtt. ; I. CAHI.HH.C,
BAKER APPLIANCE Cambria IKIfhla. II soul i, of th* flarIlIs..I Lone Form '5.10 up Blvd. at Rldcewood 1x>ng Island N.w York It. Toonahlp I lIou'It'' lion II, IVvnahlp I Mnutt - -.-kOTUktIN CU Bounty FlorIda
II rail at, noln' Rv. lira,'. M Carllila,
SERVICE J'III NIT AI1IR: liana. II Kat. Clar t 0,011;, lUna a
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Reasonable Pates for Biulnes Furniture and appliance at K..'ld.nr.: III M..(ln. Houi. Klurida I l Splsg I iouth I of sad willIs I I 1,11I. f..| Mnulh.rly from IhNortkwi Iwinutr Clark' .
Real Estate Rentab Fie mmthamplon., N.w York in f.t of th* aurvtr Iln I aHtata ; ....rn.r nf saId MorlloiII .. TUB ClltCltIT C l'RT t>Kl 11 ii It.< ii

MAYTAG barilla price lift FilEts W IK'HIKKRMd Slid H-lll.. Hoctlon tll T. tkni. from a lanirnt ...,. .I.Ak !>>l NTY, riAMUl'A 1- ..-
| .nr. p, 0. POI 411 Cbs. laId .11..., Iln. b.lna d.. I... of North II ....*.a 4?' II1 In IIANCKIIY IICUtiivrii: NOTIC"

PAUL REMLINGER UrrcnportU.n ribod. .. follow Hrilnnln 01th 1., Rail oonilnua ,rlhaitrly. a N" CITTIIUIIIUHA -- -- -
UPHOLSTERING 1 1BAXLEY'S 'I.Und. N T. ...*., Iln* tif *,*.rll.a II Sony saId turva through. an anil, 'j A CAIIKKR.
KELVINATOR 1111.04 HOIIIKBlt Townalilp I PoutS' tongs II. of II draro.a If II" a dilanr >laint. M or III.N
S645 Roosevelt Blvd. : ..ld. ._: I* O Ihil III Ie..., at a point III IT f..t oortktrly of III II f... to tho, .nd of ..1!, l KtM. Nutlio ii h.r.iiy al lo.5 that.ur.u.nt .

[ TRIM SHOp OrwnportU.r from tko .outkw.t oar.. .5cc, run thmo North II d.. 1111:Itll. II M I'AllK kit: ta a PIOuS f>oir.o *(
DEALER ORANGE PARK island N T. af NW l of saId I "option It. rui a,... IT' II" Kail Milt lin ..' S lH>r.mUnlMini '.","'''.II'' ... ".d .In .5u5.
t"iSAU> W. OWRNan Ih.noo North It d.g'*. II1 II1 Ills Kail Iln .., M.ctloa II SIlT lsamb.r..i has. IN th. Clr_"
ALL MAKES OK APPLIAVCESKKPAIRRP Complete Auto Furniture ..ld.nc.:: Rt. I. hot 114 .:..t Ittl II f.., t* .Ik. nortfiorl, Townohlp I Muulk. limit IKail TUB MTATK: t'K .'' 'ttll'A.TO'hr. l'OrS .5 ,'lao l'qInIP. IlvylsI ,
AIR-CONDITION. SIGN PAINTING Upholaterinf Crmrl.t.a )l.lhl% .ln.lnn of Iha ", *.t Iln onintk al a point III f... Scull. .I .. '' I will ..11 the prspurlv .,t u,.
ISO, RKKRIOERATIOV AND Hnulk tVtrnllnaHI tat of r.II.'p. 1..1tI' .rly from tI,. N..rt ,.*.| rern.of .. h..1 M l'arkr In tSar Cutinly. Florida. d..
I 1110V. Idlewlld Ave tla. rnmat l..t I of sail. % V A lIsspltsllopulceda. ,'rlli.d
HBATIN'O 8ERVICB: RY J. OWEN .., I aa roconUd In flat Itnnlt .. i a*
t'slIlrnl.till' .
lt.ild.nc. HI. 5. Bo* Ill Isis II, publIC rocorda of fla, Morllon II Conlalnlni III. had Twntv-nlna |ll.
Idlewild Are. Phone zae-sSU QUALITY Ph. fit-ISO OiarlMlon HflgkU, I'auntr Fla. at a point II f.., an,.., ins'r.spl..., nrlu.lv.| | .. \ AltU Ilb.ItIIIT: N.yn..IED'h. llliM-k T..,.. III' MBAfxtWllttlNiK : .
P.51 V1051 of .' a lull h.. uo.a "Cll.d' aialnayou 1'.11'. s.e.c ding Id
Florid N W. lhro .nIoIIlsg way.0WN0l.
Green Cove Springs Houlk Carolinar "North of SIss oorncr
I : .I in lh. .h... nlilld .'d.d In
: rau.
nplM National:: Fund. Inc. of, Conlalalnf 011 cc,.* mor lIT 5IlNIV P' lIlt. 11151 Ih.rinf. '.
SE V ERAGESPAUL'S }'rt's' Eathnatcfl'rto K.-Jd.ri" I'hllad'l-hla, I'. or l..a.! .iclu.lv of ailitlniThat : lIMit end .11.. KYU.YN: 5141. .n.' ton art hortby roqulrod ii. 'lat II.., I. t>a... IS .n""
SIGN PAINTIING ( Lock ..rtr upon plaintiff' 511,101.1], II, of lha rnrr.ni aukliarornrd
1I P05,1 h.t
]'irk-up and Delivery hENRY K.ild.lw r lAl.lisI'l IT SmIth *lr..t lIT J wnyIWNEII I). ITA'IEII who.. nam and oddria lpia' of tIer County.rii .
h.r..n. V"'"f wrlll.n, ..f....... II rldaat
LEE WARNER: Handle Any and All of Tout TI.byloa, N. Y. I.ATKRAU I'lTCII UUIHT Of ia tha ,.f coniiilainl Ii subtle ..I.. ta lha II....'
r.IUI.I"'I, ( liT A TION III 4- II II. II.; for rain", Ika
boot bldiUr
\ I. and
| rt f I1 t IlIad Ill aid I anil ><' nf whIch la dalyrd
Upholitery Need! lt..ld.ni. |1 Smith ItrottlUbylon ; That part oflUaln rt". 'soup
roll.iw.hlp\ cr555 st'sar .f IS.
JOS Glendrnlnf Road lull I of vats I ) lo you ...,..1111. oo o,
N. .
HAROLD BAXLEY uhdlvloliin. of Iho *..slSisuIa '' at Ills Houihn.l corn.:. haforr '... h I. A II. .till. Cowriknuio In llr.n l'sooSirlasI.
All Legal Beverage Orange Park. Fla. IKI1.L.IK' : C. TILUKOIIAMT f lbs northi W, n rtln II of ....rr....." a...,. a itak. In Clallramn ll.roln loll'1 sill 5, ilooroo pr. k'l.irl.la. htwn II 10
Open I A. M. to I A. M. Phone IM-dU Owner Upholalerer SI yr. Koldvnr. TIP Ulrard Tooaihip I Nuuih, It.sngs I! sIsal III ,*.t from Ih. conf.Mo will b* *alrd. aaainayou m. SlId I I .' os r...,,,...

EDWIN BAXLEY N/W 5I.S5Ws.IIui5os Fan Slay Coanir rinrlda, I Ir J T K. W Railroad. Irarl f..r the ,.11.. played In Ik. I ISIS
Duval County Line I>. C. Ins north of and within, 4* *.., man run North II a.at..* IIMt bill' ..f oniiilalntTMM \.1

North ol Orange Park Son and t'pholaterer 4 in. <(< 1.0\T rol'N'T.I.oRm" of th. ouMoy lbs ., Rial' II..-" Ill ,*., |u 51540. III.n I NATI-UK |iK Slits PUT 110111 I. "AIII.I'I.I
C. A. HUMMELUpholatrrer ..Ilk. HoKlKin. IIIIT-lltl. aal.-. SoilS II .*.,... liowt III f..' urisii IMII iiivoitrie. "M"'i'
H.. tlon TIKt-IMI. Itlfkt' .. oil...p Iln. b.ln. .....,... afolluiti to oliko, 'h.. Mamri II ...'.. <.teA 1.1 Rv. llrao .. .
BO.ITS ( yr*. Wsy 1111' 11.51 5 515.Ill. li..laalna on Ih* we. ..' luil I III (.., to run of 1'1., 55 MITNRUM, hand and Ik-. I'... I'Urti SI'SINISIIV
.IIIT.OP.WA T tin: of kWtlita II, Tao/nihlp : Kraaih ,"." *,..! aloni rua ollramh ..., nf aald Court at tJ'.1I MAIIK I IIIIAT, YATKk1 .
: That" part nf: U't If, Bloc: "..u... Sinus II East al a kola, IM pta.SI b .lnnlnirontalnlna I'Ol.Rprinia. Flnrld. Ill.. a otriiw 'I
FKKK: : ESTIMATES; III full t, rllowahlp I Park.ut III IT Soul nnrlktrlr. from Ik. I II arr.a mor. or I.*. I II ..., nf Jattuarv A l>. 111llrHiltilR nhl T. T..I Mlr..t1aba'ssolliS

INLET MARINA PRINTINGNTE >dl.l.loa of tko Hovlawoatii "* of NWit S th. Mitt SInE port ..f Sal I--. ) I. AHI.la-l.il, R ,. ri.rldaAitrna ,
h.'II'i '
ALL WORK GUARANTEEDOllAXUE >f ISiS Nopthw.st I S Sat all ; run lhaoa Marl Trap.,. Uranl, a)..-lion It, To*a. i'lopS Irrult Court i
R rtM MFKCtRY JOHNSONENGINES : I'AIIKUI'IIOI1STEIt'i' llano( II r...,. Clay Cnuatitlorlda ;, (..t la th* nnrlh.rlr ."...... ill "..' af and .itkln II ,,,,, Imps ,

/ trine I mulk of and will j ,if, ih. ...! Im ..f lil.M-k I.t fool and III IsO ..f and. .lll'l" |... -.-. --
: In 50 f..t of In* surrey linoHtata I ot ,. ; I'art I atamrd'd :, .. I... of a ..,.,,1 dtu-k i..r.., 5l.o.' fur PUIntlff i_ in *. tii"irktrtiiM
CROSBY BOATS I Iliad .*.III. Hactlon tlllIltl .. In'r1't "" I, Pa* II.... told. 4ll.k ...,*., lia' '. Iwln. .. Ituont III --
Archie Pallet sill .un., II". .txlnc di. II. pukllr rorordi ., flar Coat oirlbod tm fiilln.. Comnwm .I.. Tula nwllitlna
KK-ZT TIt"1.1/11I' .-Ib.4 .. fnllnva. ll,,'lnnlIn .. .., If. 'Horlda. at point 1$ 1.1! 00 tko Kaa*. .)... .. in.oroo>*i.I'I''i ,...... '* rinrlda Ittl' Ill.. Th4A5-41't.5tt "LIblLd 5 5t'l.tHl'
Oo Klnialey A,... Jut W .., )II.! of II..".. II :'. Iarof < I'S AIlS'S F. 55 "
SALES SERVICE roM tums ntnr: !. .11.'.... Norm of Ills H rrnr Sal I lo ......1.. II. Ta.nklp '... ". lip .
Eaal of II", IT Wowa.Slp I IIoUI h. Issue IK I t'0slaInln 5054 sorSa s.c' :, ....,It ,..... II Kal al a polnIII .- -- ta ,iJlN'rh, rI.uIIIIAOIlS
OUTBOARD REPAIR good orlallaa icy Ik. C.$P5SSIPup r h.rlfrnm ., be I i.sa. s'-lusUu .4 555.1101. f.. a.""lkrlr from tko hioornr 154445. 11115CM .. T"'tj'JI
Park Ph. No. COngress l-ltll Ih. outlier. corn.r o.NWH road rlahl of *>arIIMNKHHY :, ISsSppon.ol U>| Ml -5- t: IIM-' '
R.,. 17 Orange af pall' .cllBa II. PSIIhene : rrtltf(' W ,'nilau.I'A / ItifNTV,. Jl'lNlM'l' )ISIiJllitIN SPAN "ILa"l',
:.". I\( Tko ..... .. Hokt Ha.roww it'll aid Mn-iloa. II (.. lknr Nortl
Park. .
Phone CO 4 ass I Orani SonS It i.gpr.s and .lf.. HI\. IDMIIKM. II d>...... If II" Kol till MH" SIT or L'u* I iHii'Mtii' -iou.sI tti S Halls-runs: i
...rt'., .
f. 'h.
Katl: llol II t to
'"II'" la ",.h'.
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fool I.. .... 4.51sslsl..leVI / ad all p-moss
h .. .5.s.Ioa of tka, *..| III. oMlork Tit all" r4llorv
III of r.lUw.hlp "'.rlt. That" part of ('.........,'. a, ,a.nsS. lo in. nuik. ki ,lm...i iradiaa I I. .. Ik/I Mtoi'Hi tVltiNU atJuilN kavioarlaMi* or .._1. aalnn -
of |UI tl t. ran .11. .
I saIl
1'irl I at ror rd>d In flat fowl" Ih. Hn.ikaal oojraor, of U. .
anrtk.acl.rlr ..." ) tn< '|'fI'tI| tIP I ..till.1..1 las aad .*.... *>f rnii. a'a "....
rorord ., .... ....
I, ... II. PuhlM uulhooai l% *r .Ik .1 : laid .
i rxlii.irt .
@ L"I t-S-J.SillF.iI IDYU)1Si! I flai .'oun.,. rlAMa.. N..al W o .pain,'.,. V of 55.55.5 .. 1'.sahlp. i I sosibs.I.rII a lulal' alunf..iral anal rnr il iIkrauak i T"lladna All flalma or ana|i....*..* k:..i.oaf I .41IrsI.lru flaimo: and 4 d..nIswIles I* Pica
of IN.
[ II r t N.itth Month. Hana Ii Kaill Ikawi
...r ,.10.1.155. tila I North. Ralri 1 ....,.... If If a 4ilnro' al oln.i Mid .....1.I yim ., "ha' St ... marfcav
ih.r al..sg Ik*
Sir. ran III U f.l lo .lIe. *nd .f isIS l tau and sayS "f rail, are lads ...Iu' tka ..l... of
r.. mor... a, I I.M. oirlmivonliilni .t IoaaS.PV af lha a 'lt\w..t Wul -5 cii's. ."... Mnuik II 4.r u. kuiiliod and l*..iilro) la ,.*. ..",'1. J.... IHImaur, 4ov.ai4

r ad naM of wariiWVKD lbS ulhoal ta of awilaa ITiio ..i If If r*.| .Illta ,... "j I ,.'1 aSp I I. I m a and d.. HII f I'Ut Cuuniy. :' :, .. loho
lIT I'ANA.. TI'Tllll.l >naklp I M>iulk, 'tang. IlSi.l : in. Miim nf olnlo-. of .... _.... e k I I. h ... or SI.II. .I.. Tkiimai J Ml. . t'oiia.
- -- . . a I., ":.. or Ills fl fia dil-k. .rv.r tin.. ran lk. *.. .., 'l "II I,.. l5p. esala.l, to ..at Clar Cauntr Ciunlt
I ,..,.., Iof ....1..1.l >. Ikonn W. .. .,. ... ,'.....c.......* In llr.on t..a
POE SALE use Enerht.pedla u -.5.III I C..,*.* If II .. 41 ,... 0.151. .I J. r *
51.1 part 0' Tile r.It nf 10.1I"lIoIss inatlavlnaN.rlk, ila, ** ,. I ... .. .. ... .. I.,. add ,..... . Onrinai I'lot I..t.. riorldollhla .
WASTED Saiophon playeiwith ;. I PIIPOS 15.0 PanIb d of I.Ill.
Beef the hall 4.Srilb.4 Pam'S Irlu. ........... Iln. a . ..-* of IIIf. lit maalk flu. th* dal*
tOR SALE br BrlUnniea. will eaklrwtperfect ISIS" W.Ol SIP '..1 'n .... 154 I' luitiii" lUlls "| slap ('u.s
.. ..,
.. .. til ,
U play with newly TS..rIh, .., a ...ot.. road snlsn4. l ikn I if ih* ftr.i. auktiiailn I al tkia
or whole; alno pork .t smoked own eondlUon; I. C. higgins ,151 W..h "Pain f .4(55., ..... .<> ...u... 14 (..I '.....reI' ,,f (..I.I diltk' iir,*r "... fin Is riorl'la. al kla afflr. In Ik. lli *
I formed band. Contort Lea. ..u N.. (IT ,55 .". Tratoro lirani, n ..... Ill (..! !Is ,... point ol lamia, abCs a1,1 o,nr. .. .... .ronrikou.. .. of saIl lSssl allli.in .Main ,1.1. damaml masS .*
aauaaie. Or will butcher, hill XI. S lbs IN II....,. shotgun; <} Adanlra'tllnrh .".. .1.... It T,.>a klp I Rnulhk i ......,.. ltl.i ooirh *,I4. ol, .i. I ..I.. uf .11.1 loa rod loll i ..55 tirln i, Flarl4 in .,Illaa .... mu.l .!.!. th

and rat your Leroy \\lkon mon John ren.... IT .... Apt ,ta.... Ii PlaIt; I s.I4, .....4 rosS .. oilinln II t..t .f ISo i.,ri I.ifnMMMH.. I .nhln *ia( iolndir, maalk fromIh. .l>r. uf r.i4ao, sal p<..-
Green ron ",rtnK'. I.'., .ma 'nmmunlt knioc. ai tfcir.llMWotiin I 11..f l-. A'.5 aial, Ha4III ii.T nmur (' rit. tint of ,.. lirl pitkluiallitrof Ir* .i.lru ,.1 ik. .Ulmonl
phone GCS 111 C. Mainolla Springs, (i( S I'ark r.,ad and aam S 5.-ll.5 Hill tltl. aiH |5,00151551', ... PIHMrV.. II Til. IbIs, ...\1. Ton ropi.a of ... klilw SnaIl 5. **Mrn tu kv Ik* I:

zu.un.n.n ( p.,. -I .I". orrlbod ao It*. Ow, lI tin' .boIsE l d*.< load. aiMl 'II'I'' Ills VT "i ..",.... rwall ka III... 505 III. ....,. ., IsIS 550
M .N WANTED U manage aDd l w,\Stll: ) rUmevn lo coordinate gin al a slabs In lk. r*.,.' ol I .'.*a ll.oln .. Ik. oVialk lint I I* .rlii.* and ikoll alaia. Ikl 1 op 1 ...11 ..... osIS 5,05,41,5,
Watkins Route to liranrh ...r. .In. Wool .>f oirii...a I tesalbIp' I (toothMaoi ,I..* .if .....,... *nd o.., Hfftr. .. ..
operate a Republican party s. I''".I of Hwtluo It Tiiwaoklp I I II ... .,. at a polnl .ItllKf.l ''T".' pall nf tI. ,. al lk. .44>*i* .., Ik. 'lalinanl. *M hto.ki ,-,..|11.. .''.1 ...H., mffirl.nl .

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B-Team Blue Devils As A Matter Of Fact. .

Where to Register to Vote
(Continued from Page One)

curricula especially: for early school leaven with the tame diligence -

Duriv February registration books will be in each of the county's 12 precincts for that we prepare programs for the gifted It !U to our national

discredit that tingle one of the National Science
the convenience of those who have never registered To be eligible one must have 1+ every
F Foundation curriculum improvement
been in the state a year and In the county six months. This is not a re-registration. projects programs -
which have coat millions of dollars has been designed
Below is a list of registration places. Persona may register at the county courthouseat
for the above-average student.
any time through April 4. Registration at these precinct registration places will

continue only through February. After the end of the month all persons must register If we were able to declare areas of educational disaster we

in the courthouse.Pre. would have to begin with the routlnlzed education of graded

_, schools and their mythology of egalitarianism which asserts

that there is no difference in students This Is a kind of educational -

cinct Area Registrar I disaster which Is leading us in the direction of Intellectual

2--oCS. . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . .County Courthouse 13I bankruptcy.
I If we continue the present trend of developing curriculum

:2-Doctors Inlet . . .. Mrs.. Dorotha Love materials to fit the obsolete graded school organization then we

s shall be retreading some very thin rubber. Most of the materials
3-Mlddleburg. Charlie Frisbee
being taught In graded schools is already bankrupt. The graded

f-MaxvWe. . . . . . .. . . . . . Mrs.. Millie Wilkinson I curriculum Ignores the great themes of subjects and in Its application -

i students are flooded with particulars. Little bits of
5 Lake . . Mrs. I I
-Llngsley ,, Mary Shipman
untied fall to
Information to major concepts give students the

6-Belmore. Mrs E. B. Coarsey (Smith Lake Grocery) Incentive of curiosity and Inquiry Graded curricula literally

clobbers students with minutia. The result is that graded edu.

7-Keystone. Mrs M. Smith (McKay's Real Estate) cation has no Integrity whatever

8.-.OP City Mrs. Ralph9Rte. There are several recommendations that need immediate

implementation to Improve the American school system:
1, Louise Knowles Th members of the B Team of Clay high ond row) Coach Caplno Scott Smith

School Blue Devil are, )left to right, front Butch Bonds, Terry Turner Mike James, 1. Make It illegal for coaches to become school administrators

10-QCS. Courthouse row Douglas Glltner, Joe Sabolta Bruce Alan Mllberger, Lacey Farley and Mike and select only academicians to head the schools

Maguire Mike Harper, John Gronrr, Craig Bartholf.
11-Penney Farms Mrs Jewell Moree 2. BreaK the lockstep in education by multi-grading the
Maguire, John Slump Billy llntthlns. See. (Staff photo by Gene Koza)
schools so that each student'i curriculum will be geared
12-OP (Meadowbrook) .. Bernice Moon ((305 Loma PI.) --- I
to his level of abWt .
and you ar. ...,.b, rviiulrfil ti -- --
----- - -- ------ .cry upon plaintiff' attorm-i I.MM: I. Ml I'UK: IiIit011E:
--- ---.--. -----1 I who. name and addrM appeal _. - 3. Increase the emphasis upon basic education so that all
ST. ANNES EPISCOPAL I KEYSTONE MASONS SERVICES IIFLD FOR I, hrT'on your the written bill of drfrnmIf IN TUB CiRCUIT COURT IN fiLJ<;T IS! AM Volt youngsters can learn to read and write effectively
I I .I.il: romplalnl: CtH'NTY.KUiHIliA CLAY t Yl'NTY( KIX HIJM
NIMROD BENSON BREWER In Hid I ropy of whlih In ds-! I II
CIURCII TO HAVE I I MEETING DATES II I llwrvd to you n.r,,with, on otIwfur IN niANCEKY I sIn: BN'IATE Pile .No.OKHAVID ell 4. Establish effective courses in the humanities

PANCAKE SUPPER Services for Nimrod Benson Manh *. AH. l 84IlrrHn I I 1 CANE! NO 1141 : C lyl.Mil.N. T>..raird.Ml I _

8t Annes Episcopal Church The Keystone Heights Masonic Brewer, who died Saturday at I l \ fall not or doers. pro VISION I II 'I UK TO HKDITOHS.

- - -- Lodge, AF and KM, meets Clay Memorial Hospital wen .onr..o will. .>. unturrd BK lnat KKUEKAL NATIONAL, __ To all creditors and all niraonihavlnx
you for lb relish prayrd In the I I MOHTUAUK AJUe)C1ATION.a I
on the second and fourth Tues- held at the Helm Funeral bill fit romtlMlnt. claim or demand aKtlnil PHONE 325.2741CIIiROPRACTOR
tiV RAin Bl'lTHKIVI / rorwnrallon, org"nl.*d under laid wititi, 'Iv .uc 1:4f
CLASSIFIED ADSTOO day evening of each month at Home Chapel on Monday. THW NATUKK FOR DIVOItrBWITNEHH ( 'art Art of Consr.ss and eoislIna You and Ntlt! of you, ors k>r...
Federal bv nutllled anil "ul@d to pr*
the Masonic Temple, at 8 0'. :: Mr. Brewer 58 years old was I my hand and the NMlonal pumuant, Mnrtiaia to th Aafloclullun I 551,1 any cl.lm. and "..mand.whl..h .
Mil of laid\ Court at Oro.nCove
LATE TO CLASSIFY clock his Chartr Art, having III prim'I.lial I. v..u or rilher lit voo may
on to in
way a wedding !Kiirlnif" Hnrlda, this have .lIlIln.I the ..1111. 01, J/A
----.I I Green Cove Saturday evening led d.y ot February A.I). offlct In th* City ofWanhlnnton I VII C IAINMN, dwraJitd Isle
IHntrkt of Columbia
I.... I IlEAL I of Clay County. Morl'lH.) tn the

FIRE WOOD Round ot(I I will hold a Shrove Tuesday when, lie he died suffered at the a heart hospitala attack ( ) L CARI.INI.E'I IOF.ilRI'IIC '' .. J'Ulnthff. ( I i County County Juila Ctmrlhuuii* of Clay in County(lrenCuv O, DRS R. D. LONGWORTH

pancake on Tuesday Hprlngi. Clay County, Dorl.
Spill Oak and Fat Fine Any supper Clerk Circuit CourtIlyt I Hdl'u
few minutes later. Service I da, within pit! month from th*
CarlUI : :
Uraf M.
Length. Ph. tl4-.H7. February llth, from 8:30: to r) Clerk I MAR UL'ILUEAU, I dote of the first publication of ill N STIR ST. PALATKA. FLA.

:. 7:30: o'clock at the Masonic were conducted by the Rev. J RICHARD c*,puty oonniHAttarnny >> his wife. I I this nolle. .
R. Olaches the new mlnlstei for Plaintiff Defsndsntl.hOTI'K | t'juti claim or demand moat
-.Z"I' Hall, In Keystone: Heights b In wrltlnc and mum stale the
LOST 8hert,- of the First Baptist of AddroMllanV. Ilulldln OK TALE t TRUTHS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Children nine of rmld ni and poat-offtr
sale. Florida
Tickets are now on Or* n Cove Hprlnn,
Beagle Answers to under 12, 78 cents; adults which Mr. Drewer was a memo |.', Ii. 10 57i.EIIAL Nolle I.I h rhy Given that, sddrea.moot b* swore of the to claimant by th. claimant and.
Phone SII-I7I7. 1-1'1 ber. pursuant to. a Klnul DMTM his actnt. eI' his attorneyor Most Insurance Companies as well
ntrd In cause
| $1.25. I
It will becotm void according
__ .-- - lie leaves two sisters, Mrs IIIOTICIO- numbrd 1T4I .In th. Circuit to law.Rarh. U the Florida Industrial Commission
Court of Clay County, FloridaI creditor shall dllvr * Milford) Chiropractic.
Elite of Green Cove; will tell!! Ih. properly altuaud Recognise
THC mUN.FWnlna roolri of his claim to 'li
and Mrs. H L. Showman oiBturbrldge IN Tin CIAT (COUNTT In Clay County Florida, d..trlbd able the County Judas to mall 35,000,000 Americans Avail Themselves of Chiropractic
T *.. IIns I ',n* to neb pmonal r.erfi.nta.
".....I..M the ...."" Mae In r1: HS :i. f1L I 1. It, Work 4. MEADOW. "I'.tfd Health Service
Burial "was In Opellka '.l 1I\. >A POVUOM BRiNK Dcaaad. KltooK I'nit No. t, accord January |1 LUNIHV AH Illl.PAVin Florida Chiropractic Physicians Must Pall the
c Tuesday, Helm Funeral Home T* All Creditor sad Pen..s In In.Plot to plat Hnok ttiaraof I. pal r.cnriled. II and I Aa Adira-nl.trator of >4 Same Basle Science Examinations aa Other Profes
... U..s1. A. C Lundin
H. Claluia Esau of liavld
was In charge of arrangements ...... Said .0ta.. ..i I I I lt. nf 1 th* rtirrcnt pubic I'.d. sions.High .
sod .sib of are h.*. tap/1 of Clay County I II First nuhllratlon. on> Ftb. I, DMM.
Get ahad dultt1'1land Tou you .
a great big piece of good, ,/ i Florida 11. II..17
by notirud and qulrd pro _.
NOTI or THANKS al 0tbll t.U, to the hlah.stend
With the old swimming hole nearby ..., any ..I.11ft. and dsmiedswhich boot bidder for cash. at
I wish to express my sincere you or lthr of you, may front tntranr of th* Clay Co.tb'l

Tract from $5T up. Buy tenni thinks and appreciation for the hart IIOTI.HS ainaliMt:, 'PRINK In. Mtatt dlK'***of", IDA lal..r .' ty Court rirlda)lou.*,, In btwn A'.." (II'/4 Coy ,,,,
kindness everyone ahowed me taM County, to the County 1 Ih. Hit . sit -
and It* on
a m. am.
Bee Ui for Real Needs Floridaat I
your Estate during my recent Illness. Please Judas hi I* (f tI Clay n County the court:. hou*,, day of rakrtitry, 1114OOl'HT .

consider this ) of ald County at nr.." c.... <(< HEAD prices got down? .
S. E. McKAY mjr persofyi apringe, Florida. within ill raltndar GKOK'IE: U CARUSLR!:,, you .
MRtystae thank-you for the lovely card month from In. tlmt/ ol Citric Circuit Court
t I ... I
Site first publication of this no.lira. 11"11..1. H Rohm
gifts and flowers. I appreciatethe
Halibte ....... ..,'.;.1. Two c0pla of oarh claim or r.putv CUrlr
thougtitfulneaa and kindness demand shall b* In wrllln. and F.LUKR ANMBACIIRR
I shown hall at>.. th. pl.co! .f r..Id."". Attorney
m* by the doctor
and port .rfl..A1rsa. .( lbs M
and hospital staff at Clay Me. rUlmnnU. and shall\ h* worn to I II
h< tho tlalniaac hi. *(.nt. orallornvy '
mortal Hospital and ....,. "I." by a = I.IcOAL aoTICitUOTII'G : =
I I dollar -"- -
I IVtXVN: WILSON flllna- f.. of on* end suet ,
rl.lm demand not *o filed
or or S .jR ( I Iv'

VALENTINE DANCE I /.11>0'1. llrlnh "."h.rtAl Notlo. la hrby given that .. 1 w +,
I *IrltrlV' of 'th. I*<*l I puriuant t* a Find' I'ncra ofKor.olniur 1 y
The Keystone Woman's Clue Will and T..'lamnt of IDA *. In cats I ar Ia ._
will hold a Valentine dance IIOYIK llltlNK. dr***'<1Flrt number.d In Circuit' 5- a
I I publication: February S Court: of Clay I't'-O I'h Florida: I 4k T

7 AIM. 11 P.M (acini-formal) on Saturday 1U4M !I will aril! the .:11"'I * In
i P'r. :
evening II to IfLru 1 "''M County, dcrlbcd
February Wh. from
1 I.*. Up to your ears In Does your car have Think all extras have
1:30: to 12:00: o'clock at the Masonic --- --- -
Temple In Kl'yatolleThpl" \ ll. MITIIKIN"TII I, lion l'.rl II of Tnvnihlp lots. I and 4 I South. II.<.. I car bills hollow legs? price tags?

ME SPECIALIZE IN CAT'" 1111. CIIICKEN, will be a live orchestraand t ITY! II'I..IIC Kroner I CUAT or Title 4-urNTir('4+1'54.! ,, In Itan1.lx>rd 14 Nook K..t.N a. *I.rtrordrd... .". Moat ran cost too much to Why throw away money Rambler extras at no ei-

refreahmenU will be servd. rU'RUIA' IN PHOIIA.TKIn ..cpt that part la MistsNo.d I buy. to kwp. Jut lUmbler to feed a jas-f uztler? tra mat include: Deep-Dip
AND JifAQIIKITI tIwf. itw161JH'OLKMAN No. I a*>4 .swirl partIn
\ Ttonatlcn ls 1300 per coupli. rt' Hit official ItM-or Mnnk II, savings start with Ameri Itamblera give you world. rust proofing. Ceramic-*

.. l>...**..... I'*** .". pul.llc' record ofcliy ca's lowest price.* No famed with. mored muffler Double.
Florida" gas economy
- To all. Irvdllar. mmt ...... County
I I.KUAL purl( r = tl*.tl fl.l.* .r tN....* A. *t puhllr *al., t* Ih. Mrh.t strain on your budget! out sacrificing| "rforrnance. Safety Drake, many more.
..IIMI a"11< IC...... and best hid"., for rs.h..1 Ih.
IN THK\ : i-iiuTiT rtiniT'or'( Cool door of the Clay County
You and ) tit h. .
DINNERS: OR SHORT ORDERS: CLAY' f"'H'NTY. KUXtlDA bt notified and*< rogulrod you sri to p r r.. Courthouse. In Or..n (Cov -"", ,- .....rf M _.../._.' __ Mar pan ,., A".d pa.d -*I.I .
In rhanrrrr Hnrini. .. Flurida. blw' ..n II o'o
I Nil ITUINNIN .' \ .rat any daisi and dan.nA s m .,,4' ,.... on 1'.10'..."
which' yil, or culler ofUK
"" IIKM.: 11I11**rt.IMalntlff you' _mayCs
.. s.aln.I lbs ...... at w 11.. II. 1114Ir'IN'RT
n',.ICW"N. ell dmiill SRAM Get Rambler American
I'KMNI K UKUWI.u l I.,. til Mid ,'...."1' III Ik. Cou*' i 1 (UIHIW I U CARUKIF. I a lift-get
fndaiit it Jets..1 C.ay Count. r. Fl 1.1- Clork, Circuit CnurlRy
JIM RIDDELL cntr SOTU N UP' M IT I da at his oftlr. la I". connhitu Or.c! M C.rll.l.
TUB HTATK t>r ru>itii>A-TOHiwr ** ol said County at llr... pepulw' ('Serb
4 U.ena l I. u,.... i'oto Kprln*. Florida" withla, an 'Ntl.l'NAV.5'Nmssrtt d I.ICWIII
-'h- II M IllHlotMilitary aln4r ....",... frum th. Ism U' C'1.'rida N..I. Slash
I PuI.Ilatlaa5nAI .f th. flrt publliaikm ..f thli' lblldin.Jsrboonvlll.' .
>: 114. li.. nulhTwo. raplu. uf pads claim I. Florida '
% linal I
r .., .. I.. MIdn.v K: LAwi.t,1 .
N.. T.r. t'liT, N.w Vor' dmai .11 kt In wrlllatand
KOUTII OF GREEN COVE I TIM) AHK IIKUklir NllTlrlKIlthai shall *lal. IC' pUe ..f r..i- .
I a Put t>.. .>.... fil.d *alnlyou dnr* *ml post nfflr adilm .f S
I lit tk* Ih* .lim.al. and shall. k. a*..riI
11..ntI.drssv. ky the. .rUlmaal his, shot ni I'nel vntl.rIN I
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altoriwy and a.r..miaai' ,.. ...
tae .f aa dnllar and h ,
THR ""virr or TUB corn.
.1.,' ..r dmaad sot w fll* hall.. b* woW I IV I'ROIUTE.:
A* .4m''I.' ...,., of .". i' wri r.TITN or
Eslsl.. of WIU.IK: CI'LK'MAN : Kill t:. IIUIHM*. l>..*.... i
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lilt dT Ti all t'r.dll.rs and r raoatM .
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First Lb11ca1Ws' FM
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CW":tf>Tt rUiHIUArtu : othi.I Hs rol.sdat See MsM. .. 15nYe

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i wo111K Tr INKaittwKs: shall. M ,la vrlliac .... Malllal
all r.*lit'n a>.4 all __*. Its, plan af y(4...* sat
PRINTINGCall kattu r4aios *.*ial oN..t.l. lout ..fors addr..s If Iho' .hlllt
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br ..""... sad IwSSUN .. ..... > Utn.*" II.. ....!. *r alt .
Mkl sun ttaimo a.4 4*'aa4iaVfc .rr est paw.Pssl.l ky I filII '$. tat X-RAY took Ne.l la Cempact-Car Salts
taw ..f br aauki ik* .!* .' <"Wt aCaress .. N '._n4 NN fil'4' cR; ; ; KfcWliwW. pIda..ph r _
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