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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
Publication Date: April 29, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135451
alephbibnum - 000579539
lccn - sn 95026712
System ID: UF00079902:00069
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II' As A Matter Of Fact II ,

Dead In Auto Crash .

Services for John Alan lowers last Friday in an auto oolllaton Huntley Bill in Hopper ff
Plans to offer an adult lIunea' aide training 'program 31-year-old ion of Mrs. on Highway 37 four mile north ;
in the county were announced this week by Jesse P, Tynes
of Frostproof.
Jean Jowers and the late James

superintendent of public instruction. Carroll Jowers, of Orange Park, JIll father, a U. 8. government

Tynea called the federally-financed plan the beginning were held In Grange Park employe, was killed tn Commission Turns Down Joint

of an adult education program that can lead to other vocation Methodist Church on Monday.Jtatmy route home from the Mediterranean ;

training couraea. ID 1061 in a military
The county's 9,000 achool student have been given aircraft craah. "

written Information on the program which they are to turnover
A companion of young Jower SchoolCounty Bond Issue

to their parent at the time of the tragedy Randy
The program will be operated under the terms of the Gallagher of Rockvllle Md,

Manpower Development Training act. it reported recovering in a Lake S .

Any adult Interested may secure an application blank Wales hoepltaLA
from the nearest school principal's office, from the school .. graduate of Orange Park A Better StartState No County

aupertntendenfa office, or from the office of Clay Memorial lush School where he played
Hospital. Applicationa should be returned to the office from football ha was a member of Rep. Louis L. week introduced a blU Board of County Commissioners la betting that a

which you received it. Rams Chi at Florida Southern. In the State Leglalature to limit the attendance In the reapportioned State Legislature will not cut 'Into the approximately

The availability of this class depends upon th. numberof In addition to hU mother first three gradei of public elementary achoola to 20. The $330,000 of race track funds now allocated to

Interested applicants. Please pull this word on to anyone i he leaves his paternal grandmother present limit for all grades 37. each county in the state regardless 01 population {
At a special meeting on Monday, the CommlMlonen, on
you think may be interested. Mra. Mae Jowere of Huntley, who spent last weekend at his Orange Park
enrollee.M. the advice of County Attorney T. J. Jennings, Jr". turned
This course would. be free of charge to any Jacksonville. horn, aald he felt the training received by beginner student
thumbs down School Board plea to pledge its share
on a
D. T.Anyone.
... Honorary pall bearers were la vitally important to their study habits in higher trades
interested in any other vocational courses, should of the race track receipts on a multi-million dollar revenue
Sigma Chi
memben of the and that this proposal represents a beginning at upgradingthe
list name of such course under "Comment on application chapter at Florida Southern ttaU'a public achool lyitema. certificate issue earmarked for capital outlays .
The present local distribution of the race trick funds
-*- Active pall bearers were; The statewide COlt of such a
1 1969.aa gives the School Board 50 per cent The other (0 per cent
Governor Haydn Bums has May George Center Kenneth Berry plan U eetimated at |3S million.
aH Floridians to goes to the county's general fund with a proviso' that the
Law Day USA In Florida calling on Billy Fraser, Robert Rosen- If only the first grades were cut
Join In a national observance of the American heritage of first 136,000 of the county's share gas to the Clay Memorial
berger Jim Nelson, Jim down In sire, the cost, Huntley
individual liberty under law as contrasted with demonstrations Jawew Hospital Authority
Schmidt and Richard said, would be $It million. How
of armed might in communist lands. ,ire, At two recant special meetings of the Board of County
Young Jowers. a Junior at Oreene. 4u.M ever he pointed out, in the 1B 364 .
Commlaaionera with representatives of the School Board
H. noted Law Day USA, aa an appropriate time for
Burial was in Jacksonville school term a total of 12,
Florida Southern College I lakeland -
spokesmen for the latter have urged issuance of menu ,
duties of
and the
public rededication to both the benefits
Oardena cemetery, $13, or It.4 cent of all first
was killed instantly IaU I Memory per t
citizenship under our rule of law. grade students were not certificates for capital outlays , aa many Other small
pro. Florida counties' Ire doing ', on the theory that race
The Governor pointed out that the privileges of cjtlunahlp moted.The cost of putting these )
are accompanied by responsibilities shared by all elti-, students track funds may, after reapportionment of the State Legislature
through flnt
Bens, including the duty to uphold the law and assist law Dr.. Howard Speaker ,second time U estimated grade at 2.4 a be distributed on the ball of population rather. thanIn '
equal amounts to each county, aWhile
enforcement agencies In performing their duties, reaped million Thus he said the net .
the right of others, serve on Juries if called, and vote in ........... coat ot limiting the site School Board officials have repeatedly emphasised,
of only
ejections and be informed oa Issues of government and community LAt, JoIhGraduatn'"The the first grade the urgent need for capital outlays ? buUdisga, >labors- .
torts land acquisition etc, tr
welfare., l sash student received consensus gong, ,members
I Slay first greater of UM County& Commission appears to be that l If the,
ifcThe) saiMUl eeUbraU*! of Law pay, GSA, oa .* Lends HaatleyHE personal attention and there .

began In 1991. and was officially.recognised by Joint Resolution * . ngm Challenge that,, Inf not God's, not the bt t'it: move Into a higher grade Legislature cuts the distribution to Clay County. and. rut '
a' and pai wereQ etu ssa'N tank the statewide allocation on a pro rate basis\ bunds,pledged
of Congreaf IHl ai special education cornea to all ot us I* the basic Ood ta, the animals are man ;
by the county to amortisation of a bond Issue. would! {he,.no
Jtriotio observance. need to cooperate Intelligently partly U and wholly hopes to :
Huntl.y. aald It,300'mlUlon Is to be spent on the stays safer than those not eo pledged. t-;: ot'" .

Secretary of Labor W. WUlard Wlrti today designated eo that the) beat may triumph" be. highway system new funds should go Into the school CommUsionw O J. Murrhe on'Monday nil ->.Hj'v>at
In this curious heritage of ours. Ufe manifest man
which rank In the lower" thlrd/; f.the nation both In teacher If pledged race track funds were denied the county, amorti
six more cities as sites for Youth Opportunity Centers, vthe Rev. Dr. George '. How- accepts tht challenge of dlf..fkulliee .
salaries and In fundspent per student per achool year ration of th. bond .would have to.'be nude up from. ad
Including This brtngatbe number "4.dU.
on.aj Jacksonville; ,. card, of Penney Farms, told the .he aald, "the hero
f valorem taxes His reeolutlon to turn down the Bcbooljftwrd: .
.. to 94'which have been a.pnroted"for ,
Wtsbllshrn/nt. Kfraduatlng class at St. Johns 'in .man wlievfs that the difficult ,
:.of a national*aeWort Gf'Yout6 OpiWtttuty 'Center*.V *' River Junior College last Fri things can be don. immediately II MILITARY RETIREE offer wu paved unanimously- . .. .*.. 'eev4 IJ, ATaylor

The Jacksonville center win be one of a system which. day iflgbt : ImpoMlble trvms DID IT AOAINI SEEK tl("
will eventually Include 109 throughout the nation administered little time. The OROAMZATION { '
take a more ,
Dr. Howard a distinguished
John McOre, of Mr.
by the U. 8 Department of Labor's Bureau of Employment theologian writer and missionary struggle I II ever upwards. and Mrs. Cecil son R. McOee, A meeting of all the county's To Start Weddf;

Security and It* affiliated State Employment retired military personnel has .
whose column appears ex "Ufs at times seems to treatus of Oren Cove, who we 'i
Service agencies. eluaively la The Crescent every meanly It flings us nothing been called for t:30 o'clock "f h t-l"
named Star of Clay
"Here and In other areas where cenUrf w < week, WM the principal speak. but a lump ot clay County two weeks ago, was i,4 ;
there la number of Vui- at "Lefa ,
a growing unemployed and1 Eat Restaurant !
''er at the> graduation ...reIM. aa,.. see what J'OI&'can do with designated district Star Student
IItWed. youths' ," Secretary Wlrtt said. 1 .,1; J JI .. the college mnaalwD., that. Rather than protest such , covering IS counties formerly. Chuck's Place Immediately Taylor Mobile Homes' Oreen Cove plant .an'nn'ownIng -
"Many ot these young pople come fro n1 backgrounds i south of the Black Creek
"What-ta Jif.'" Dr. Howard treatment, we should remember . In Gainesville on It* first unit of mobile housing next WednesdayJejtfih
Of poverty and lack the motivation' a oompeuUt' ,- asked UM ,1uteg,rated gradust- genius and children know Tuesday night. bridge on Highway n. Benedict, plant manager told The Cracn\ yeeUrdky,' o. s .

society. kewA (rag claaa* :' what to do: they See the angelIn : In hla acholasUo aptitude Purpose of the.m..Unr. according Machinery for the plant I II enpected to.e. +rrliit the '
These centers will provide an open door to'world a "'On' u. animal l level." be the clay. testa' for college entrance to its backers II I to company's plant this week ; 'J '

of opportunity for those most in need.* 1 f* said: "thwe la no sense of mystery "01.. me a laundry list, and young McOe scored 14(9 form a Retired Military Asso According to'Benedict. Taylor will ham $0('*imiiay.etat

The Jacksonville center will serve an youth. with par* no atklug of questions, I wlfl set It to music" said out of a possible 1100. elation All who are eligible are the plant within 40 days He said he has already received I

ttcular emphasis on the diaedvantaged. no cat>aclty for awe and won Roasinl the compoeef\ Life Is According to James C. urged to attend the meeting approximately employment appllcatlans.Msb may be ;i II' I

-*- der." a Struggle becauee It ls going: I Parker, Clay High principal The association, a non-profit' secured at the main gate to the Industrial park. ,t ,I
The people of Florida have reached a high level health
Thomas Carlyle. the somewhere. I see In the Universe where lieOee 1s a senior, the making organisation will be Benedict who retired last month from Ouerdon Industries -
Insurance As of December II II Quoting
protection 1943 percent Engllah historian the speaker a struggle to reach some. I boy U "exceptionally girted open to all military It one of the natlon'g largest builders" ol mottla housing, l

of the state's population were covered by some form of said be'would prefer to be a thing'that can be realised only and may be In the running will seek a better understanding has purchased Jhe John Plcclolo lice on ITOafif Drive, t l
Health insurance for the costs of hospital) and medical
rather than through man." M state Star Student" between Its own group and directly next to the borne; of John Halt On Saturday be \
This compares With the 1963 national figure of 77 per cent discontented man hog. "Something magnificent: la Young McGee will enter the general! community by making added an 14.foot nm.about' boat to hU fair growing. local t'. '
of the clvUlaa population 149 million a .. e
over -
having health Insurance. SUte data follow persona Man can break old mold and happening: here tn this world In St. Johns River Junior College known and available their establishment. \" #

: become an lanovstor, aa originator the midst of tragedy and cruel In September.BAAUUIX. knowledge, skills and experience James Maudent. TayV production m'l\IC.i I U Troy
Extent of Health Insurance Coverage and FiguresFknldlana
the challenge ). ls scheduled to arrive In Oreen Owe next week the
adventurer he aald. ty, and supreme .when
with hoapttaJ expense Insurance . .H,40aMMXFlortdiana > or an
Culture be defined aa "every that cornea to us U that we Leaders of the move to or. first mobile homing fabrication gets under w.,. Benedict ,
with .. .
expense Insurance 3,0434)00Ftortdiaiwi thing nun doe that the mon cooperate Intelligently so that Gree Cete Rebel ganise the group say such an aid be believed Baudent might remain In Oran Cove I long
with regular medical Insurance .
expense 1,044,000 dont" "Progreaa man's the beat may triumph In this vt Daeters Inlel organisation can promote the enough to see the production KIM,, la running order

Floridians. with major medical insurance . ,1431,000 tlKUte keys mark aaya Bro n- curious heritage: of oura" ....*, Sill Clay III cause of proires* and goodovernment The building of mobile homing II I a production line job I
Total health Insurance .
benefit paid (193) 9143449.900
by keeping each that doe not lend Itself to automation, Benedict ea.Id."OUr .

Hospital Statistics member in/otmd on any legislation biggest Job used to be to teach our men to hammer
Number Of hospitals In state U943I . ISO
at the local, state or a nail. Now we have stapling! gun and anyone who wants.
Number of hospital beds available Clint .... UJMO J-M Denison
Leave For federal |level| that Will affect to work can do this Job," be explained.
Number of persona admitted during the ((194i> nun
year Ui! community as a whale Approximately 20 per cent of the company's Nortb,
Number under hospital\ confinement on an day 14.194
Membership will be extended Carolina personnel he said I II a hard-working,grexp* ot., .
Average length of time patient remained In hoap. 7J days to say retired military personnel Netfvoea. '>

Average coat per Hospital stay .. ..' ,931UO E with 30 or more years of Meanwhile th* Taylor building la undergoing;:nte*. -

Professional Service*) ctlve duty; to physically tfle aloe renovation and modification. '*> $;*

Number of practicing physicians. Dee.. II, lid. ,? 9439 bled retiree with 10 years or Mr. and Mrs Benedict. both natives of Mlehipa'areactive .

Number practicing deatlsU July, 1943) UM more cad to active duty In Masonic
perwvawl and Eastern Star activities. The) haw
Number Of regt t rod pharaacM (1943) . . .. 3.319 f with 19 ',
years or
more. two married daughters.and four grandchildren.:
Number of practicing professtonaJ' aursea (1963) .. IUD i-; s ;

e SCHOOL LEADERS CALLING Clayton Revels Claiming Record Car Sales I I

Meetings win be held tonight at 7:30 clock to seta First place In 14 monthe. of last year.Other aJ procedure are cited saTnoet :

Of the county schools so that pare** and other interested a p ,a r++ That was the record being achievement for this nearly Weal by company stand. .

ciUam can become acquainted with the critical financial , iy claimed this week by Clayton new de.ferhlp, franchised in ard. t :.

needs of the county school system. Revels. president of CUfton October, 1943. cited by Mr Concurrently with eauplkh.

The county school budget provide a toW of 9334.Tl d"y! Revel Chrysler.Plymouth.! Inc* Revel Include the winning of mint of the. records. Mr.

expenditure for each public achool student a year. The to e who said that more sew Ply- a new sports Barracuda one Bevels said, has been a nlin. :

Florida average to 9403. New York State spends more than j mouths than any other make of five U the nation a* flnl ulna ixpanslon of. his dealer !

twice what Clay County does and Alaika'a expeedtture have been registered. In Clay price In a Florida CHort.le.:\ ship Hi* office have been I

art approximately twice whet they are ta Clay County. County during the lint six contest; the winning this year more than doubled Lg tJ\e\ put I
month of the 1M4 modal Of
year a 11,600 bond a* tint prUe
The meetings tonight wffl be In the Orange Park year and In January" he
dM tog ataat *k... ...... L .. r. ere I Ueitabl Al the seine time, he said hU In a 90-day percentage Of chased a purl I
Elementary: School, the T. C. Miller School. DunUr Tine Clay OwBtlaaw are aareeeertly sag nearby I1f. of IM-foot
Bet's..4 Keretewei a4 WillIaM M. SeW.Jr Plymouth sale during the first quota coital tn the same area;
A. I
PfYiMn frontage
School. JeaarKtaviUe ewa UM
cafeteria Keystone School. Mttdkturg Elementary: massed a* a separate
er Gree. Cvee belts. preelewtJe. feeeaew three months of this calendar and selection ae one of 330 deal.|
A. C. Hall School and Chart E. Bennett Elementary vas win leave early seal week fee II weeks car oration. RftUrtac.
Schools! ., .......... ......, at see'e Beat.w { as1teea W. Bn. ed Bertha Inlet..U 1u are up more than 300 per ere throughout the United trig shortly_ of. both his, new I
aeel recetvtog f.,..... tent over the t.nt three Bumthe overall 6peralion-
car and
(Tet.) TrseWU ........ ..sude.lerr. t mr need car Iou la planned


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TWO . .. (!Clati OTountti Qrtt! tnt.. THURSDAY APRIL 29, 196$

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(Stay! fltauntg (Orescent 1 h:. JJotlihkrBy ) \ The. Wonder 'Of Man. M@W! irmIIf I : L&WI

".NAT 'it eooD rat CLAY .if sooo rod TAR CAtICE11T" t MurrhePe
ELIZABETH LEONARD CRONESSECRETARY. less than six months something on the order of DR. GEORGE p IIOWARD the other

ruiLliHio! EVERY THUMDAT BY CKHCIM Pint. INC. $25,000 of new money should be tinkling into the business his are on his
P. O. IOX 171 tills of Oreen Cove every week. I say "should be" advisedly, capacity for ;
CHUN Covi trams- ftomo because it is Just possible that moral heroism; his spiritualattainment
as we are doing now, we'llspend be the dlf.
what else can
TfLirHOHI CCS 2643166SIMM US cents of every dollar earned in the county out -
CUtl HltUt Mil AT SHIM enl InilNM. FlOIIM of we do but wonder to dinner
SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Psalmist's eulogy: "Thou in the

ONE) TEAR I* ADVANCB .,.. S0 The why's of this flighty money ought to be, I would has made him a little lower

TWO YEAR IN ADVANCE! ...r.rr5.01 think, a matter of deep and urgent concern to the merchants than the angels," and Shake about who

of the county. I, for one, am deeply concerned because U speare's "How excellent a pieceof "the driver

National WeekThis if the merchants here don't get the money they work Is a man ." are Justified SHALL YIELD

Library cannot in turn bring themselves to advertise in this newspaper if we consider man at his I driver on the

And advertising Is the chief source of income best.It.

"National Library Week." 85 to 90 per cent . of any weekly newspaper. Where was considered, at one the "driv

The County'i public libTary system la Just emerging there is no job printing, advertising is the whole source time, proper for men to describe er on the left" should be instinctively wary. For the Inexperienced .
Into difficult periodof of a newspaper's there is doubt, let the other
from a period of infancy an even more revenues. themselves as worms; they driver, If any
growing up.Demands fellow, whether he's on the right or the left have the right
So it Is pot to but to take hard look even did so in hymns I There
carp a at the why Dr. Howard
life public libraries longtime of is in that kind of ,
on county's grow as of way. I don't believe any us hurry
was always something hypo-
that I venture to
suggest some means, for what they are
residents come to accept a public library as a vital worth, of recapturing some of this that into Charles Lamb described his critical about this loud profession The same general rule might be followed in the state
part of the community. The whole countywide system can other areas. money goes friend Coleridge as an "arch. of, humility! Humility law that says "the driver of a vehicle'' approaching an

easily find itself In the crossfire of reactions betweet those angel slightly damaged. Thatwould that knows that it is humble, intersection shall yield the right of way to a vehicle that

who are accustomed to quality library service and those, How many hundreds of dollars of sales, I wonder, are perhaps describe, all o I f t hat become pride one of the HAS ENTERED the intersection. If there's any questionOf
on the other hand, who are Indifferent to any library the merchants of the county losing on Wednesday afternoons us. capital sins which got there first, give the other driver the benefitof

service THow Formerly according to or, Pascal struck a truer notei the doubt and get home whole.
There are many among us who maintain because they thodox when he said: "Even If the Or, again, "the driver of a vehicle about to enter or
teaching, man bore th I
don't read books that is waste of many hundreds of dollars of sales are the three
any library program a universe should crush me I cross a PAVED COUNTY ROAD OR HIGHWAY . and
image of God, had Immediate
money. This kind of thinking can infest many areas of drug stores of Oreen Cove losing by staying closed (except Intercourse with Him, and lived I I would be superior to It, because not subject to control by an official tnffie-control device
for prescriptions)
community activity emergency on SundaylTHow In blissful! ignorance. I should know that I was being shall yield the right of way TO ALL VEHICLES' approaching .
' "Since I have no school children, schools are not important hundreds' on that paved highway or road.
many dollars of sales are the same crushed. After all. It is no
," . "Since I don't play golf, golf courses area Then, through disobedience
three drug stores losing by refusing to install lunch and honor to God to belittle man, Get home safe
waste of money," . "Since I have no teen-age children, soda to the divine command, he fellfrom
counters comparable to those In Orange Park's two His master-piece. The wonder
who about the recreational in the his high estate and has
cares com
opportunities drug stores . which seem to stay filled all day and half since of man lies in his awareness of
ever sought the backto
munltyT" ad way
nauseam. the night with people eating steak dinners, sandwiches self, his awareness also of
There is scarcely a crossroads hamlet in New England his former glory. Made a
milkshakes and guazllng coffee while they yak with their something outside himself, his
that does not boast a (Vermont marble) library with adequate little lower than the angels, Don Pool'sBurnomcx
neighbors T capacity to conceive big !issuesand
he is indeed
books and reference service The name of some a damaged creature
to live for what is beyond
turn-of-the-century textile tycoon Is emblazoned How hundreds revealing, sometimes, little
usually many of dollars are Oreen Cove's merchants himself; in fact to share the com tAtnonrrrakMtto
across the front of a handsome building. Three or four losing by not staying open one night a week . token of his noble origin butcapable \ creative energy of God. a Heard.n. Ore, Cm i
generation of serious readers by now take these servicesfor the night the Oreen Cove Yarn Company pays off, for Instance at times, of astound.\ Somehow there does

granted. In the Mlddlewest the builders were gadget TLocal ing heroism and gallant striving from life's discords, if emerge not a'' Opea 14 ... Bvery Day f:
barons. In the Farwest, moguls of the New Frontiers. towards his lost better self. Fhflsa.BendTr MahtaaiDealJd t
Only in the deep south Is learning regarded as a social merchants claim their merchandising problems On the other hand, suppose| finished symphony, at least an Leads! tie It-Lk. 8agta Laaisi Si .
liability bear no relation to those of, let us say a shop in New Yorkor him to have risen from the! unfinished symphony. And '

One of the great responsibilities of any public library Miami. I have never been in the merchandising business ranks of the lower orders of, there grows upon many of us Fhrff Dry IN
but I under the creation [ a conviction that there is a EVERYBODY WELOOMB \
am impression that cluttered store window
is to make lifelong learning an exciting reality to all. a what a wonderful .
To assume the human mind can go unnourished after Is confusing. I frequently look at the New York newspaperand career has been his I How he t Maiter-conductor not always
see a half or full advertisement has clearly seen, but present nevertheless -
graduation from high school or college is as absurd as to page of such high- outdistanced all his competitors
think the.body need not be fed after reaching maturity. priced shops as Lord A Taylor Best Sake Fifth. Avenue in life's race I We do And at times the beatIng ...
etc. Very frequently in the entire there well to wonder of His baton may be very
Modem psychologists say if the faculties of learning are space f js a single picture at the height'
not continuously and effectively utilized, previous knowl-! of a good looking dress or suit of clothes or whatever. to which our species generallyhas marked and decisive The won. Helm \
der of is less In
man his actual
edg ewlll not be retained and the ability to learn I will di Nothing more. The shop that paid hundreds of dollars for attained.
minish. that ad was not selling that dress or that suit; It was keepIng It (is true that we often wonder . achievements, great u

its name in front of the public and proving . with at man's blindness and Ignorance they are, than In what he may

that one dress or suit . that it was In business of selling his folly and sin; but yet achieve by harmonious Funeral Home

good looking dresses or men's suite this wondering too U a measure living In accordance with the

World Revolution of the greatness of our Ideal will of God. '' CHARLES HELM I
An advertiser once took me to task because among 87
,. of what man ought' to be. Our
(Bushflre Department) other Items crammed into a small space In midsummer,
standard of perfection for himIs w Funeral l Director
only one ski suit tor( some such out-of-season item) had '
high and
no doubt. God
The Free World, today, strong as we are, ia In greater been sold. The Implication was very clear that obviously given and

danger than it was in 1938 when Hitler'and Mussolini were 4, no ona read The Crekent. >For once I kept my mouth shut ourselves, and we him cannot for forgive falling 1' Phone 284-9696

conspiring, to take over but I should have pointed out then and there that only short of It. But when
Tbetv I It was simple to figure' out our adversaries. The those with high-powered magnifying glasses could find the of nun's actual we think GREEN con SPRING' FLORIDA
problem today is less simple. From Monday's headlines: ski suits. his achievements: RWT. 16 EAST F. O. BOX 441
ItssBt feerotary ., Defense Robert MeNamara Mid Intellectual triumphs; his

CamsMalst aggressta. against Seat Vietnam has.He I suggested to a clergyman recently that his church -

-*M ?BBSf. flagnnt and ..-&nI...." This I lo where. would look a lot better If he could persuade his flock to

close to UNt Americans, Inctadlnc several tress Clay put a cross or a steeple or even a weathervane on top of

Cef4r, are fighting a war .In sowert el .a governmentthatleea his church.No .

tte4 have the supped ** U. .*. People,' said he, ho wanted to engrave the name of the
I Item*,The V. S. flag was torn from Its staff and trass church across the front of the building. didn't think well
Ms4 4A the ground. la violent. anti-American iemon
I > a of that. But I was wrong again For Your Convenience
I stflBftM before the V. 8. embassy In Cambodia.Itesai "You gotta sell the name," said he.
Ia4la. alerted Its armed ferees. and recalled
I He certainly was right . with respect to the retail
t all ,.....1.a leave u Defense Minister T. B Chsveaieelffeeljhat trade anyway

I tlarge Pakistani ferees' are attacking along

1.-. eMrdm, ? .. .

daIeaa air tone planes today strafed barracks f __ ._
sal peeiUeBf! of army rebels seeking U return ox. 1 .
reddest Jaisl beech to po..... ,Boy Scout News ,

t Nest Tokyo riot. police . today ,..IIt.ed a demon Of

strife.. *Le'e'r"b1 U. I. embassy by about 1I..M leftist By. DAYTON Tv WILSON I' '
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stildot ''td '"workers KoUetlng America's policy la AsaC Scoutmaster : *%#
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Candlelight and spotlights Presenting the awards was Mr. ./
flags and uniforms. Bounds like Robert Madison, Scoutmaster.The r .rte RI
;, ; l County Property with a military ceremony doesn't ItT boys received their tint'

Impressive and military aa It Class awards were: Adrian

I t-/J"Frank W. Brown sounds, It la actually a brief ThIbault, Bobby Machen John .

description of the Boy Scout Lowe Francis ,Harris, Milee
,...t. t Tyak! I Lad AaestMsstiteeilots. Court of Honor which took Cooper. Ricky Robertson, and
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"', :',1-" ://1I: .::1.1 : place on Thursday April 33, Brian Wells Congratulations I I .\.
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It at the First Methodist Church.In Next came the ,Star Scout DON'T
II $1...u..I';'' ,. -. ,0..... Mk EVER MAIL CASH When you have to send money through "
my opinion this was the presentation which went to William ;
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most impressive Court of Hon X. Martin, Senior Patrol a check made out to your account here-or see us for '
fir NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY or Troop 1)1 has ever' hold. A Leader'.

." ',, 4fc ft**' frontage oa V. 8. Highway 11 candlelabra made of a large Then there were Merit Badges a money order, cashier' check, traveler check or other! "f .

,f yjWa North< 'ef Greet Core'firings' ) pine log with three colored to be given out TheM ..1 .

candles surrounded by pine Merit Badgea represent a great ', \ ,
branches sitting on a table deal of work and specialisation. AFTER BANKING HOURS '
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draped with white, gives a brief The boys who received them

' .t I 41 a "p. ,lt in description of the setting were: Adrian Thlbault CampIng Use our Banking Lttttr Drop -:

:! lADAM BESSIE The opening ceremony was and Swimming, Miles "
i""'''" conducted by Adrian Thlbeault Cooper, Camping, William B. Conveniently located outside the Walnut Street

She will read your entire life past Rex Rawles Bobby Machen Martin First Aid, and John '
present and future. She asks no questions and Steve Brookholder. Lowe First Aid and Home Re door of the Bank < i:,,; ,

I but will tell you what you want to Many people refer to a Boy pain 1

I, know giving date and facts of business, Scout as a Second Class Scout, Following the individual 1 "I I "

love, health and family affairs. Will Pint Class Scout or whatever ,'rank presentations which come ....
rank that particular Scout hap. with commissions] or warrant ;
help you find lost art. TELL you whom I r I "'" "
you will marry and when. If the one you pens to be, but few people other , They were: Steve Brookholder Telephones: 'v2SH3 '

love la true, what part of the country Is than those connected with and Brian Wells Junior Assistant '/.

luckiest for you, and what to do to be scouting realise the amount Scoutmaster Xldrldg :! < 0 284-3999 2M-3051 "V
successful. Will reunite the separated of work, the knowledge Machen and William E. Martin .. '

locate absent friends and relatives, and acquired and the requirements Instructor Bobby Machen and I

cause happiness between man and wife demanded to attain a rank. A Francis Harris Patrol Leader -or- ,. \

Makes up lover's quarrels. Tells, If sickness or bad luck Is Court of Honor 1s the climax' and David Talbot Robert Martin *f

JisMMaljKiamiM, "U Influence and bad luck. Does not tell of a boy's hard work. A" the Kenneth Hunsaker, MUll Congress 4-9583 i .

to POSSM you but will tell the truth. One visit will repay Court of Honor the boy re Cooper Mickey Downing and \
eelvM recognition and praisefor CttK Tempto was prosmudAssistant I
TWflp*disappointments In all others. not only read yourluVflkrcri 1l-"r7 l'O ..
his achievements, and Is Patrol Leaders Warrants

book but I also
open help you out of your'
awarded the badge he la entitled and Badges, , '" '
TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, why p.c1g .'
.fti>i1lilg( seems to go wrong. WHY be sad and down. to. This concluded the Court.of ..
bearte&' The first awards were Second Honor., The ,closing ceremony .
Met and worried when you can be helped andererythlng'
'tniade clear Class Scout awards, presented was conducted by Ricky Robertson
by consulting THIS GIFTED \
MEDIUM'Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED.ibuke'bo : : ,' by Mr. Burton Scott John Lowe Francis of
Institutional representative for Harris and Brian Wells ,
honae calls. Don't mistake the address MADAM .
troop lIE The boys receiving We hop to have another
jJ Ii located north of Callahan on Hwy 301. Vt COVK
I their Second Class awards were Court of Honor such aa this _. r
IIII Ji trvr a'Ctfy Of CALLAHAN Florida. Phone IT9-23M. g ti
Charles Owens and David Talbot soon.
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Troop 131 would like to welcome aeeieuean sea
.. too Street from, SPORTSMAN MOTEL I
? Next on the agenda waa the back Junior Asstetaat
t: 7'Sen' r daily I AA to 10:?.m. Including Sundays presentation of the First Class Scoutmaster Larry Wilson who 21, COIIIIS ** OUttt m& JQsryeri.AOE Boca

tariilto.wyu Toil A W KUODta FOB '1 awards. Pint Class I is one of has been In the Naval Hospitalfor

the biggest step In Scouting. the past three weeks.



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!'| ABC TV, inc. 5.9 Minute Cleaners Mayhugh Drug ..Store Shadowlawn Farms, ,Inc,
I A to Z Upholstery Geiger's Store McCormick Concrete Co. Thibault Bakery "

i Apex Loan Corp. >' Hancock's Groceries 'Milberger Refrigeration Tomes Machine Shop .
| Beseler Motors, Inc Handy Way Food Store Milligan's Beefy Burgers Western Auto Store ,

| Bradley Insurance Hart Furniture Co. Orange Avenue Motors Williams Gas Service '

| Brown Hardware Hodges Service Station Parkway Pharmacy Williams Hardware :

i;Chaney's: Cafe J. Q. Tire Service J.P. Revels Ford Motorama Wilson's Barbershop

::1! Clay Building Supply, I Inc Brunson Furniture Co. Rio Grill Winn-Dixie: Stores, .Inc.
.;| Fred Davis Buick-Pontiac Joy's Dress Shop wa- ,.,'*, *0-1 ,* *.*....* Wyman's Grocery'Mitchell's :
John's Radio and TV Joe's Billiards Seafood Market Twin Realty
(Zenith and IW'\ rlor Dialer) (Charles Baler, Jr) (Unit end TVklc) (Hi! .,
< I. Bank of Green Cove Springs.. Harry's Mens and Boys' Wear Jr.. i City of Green Cove Springs .: ?"'f. !' Liberty Red & White Food Store ." f :

I Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth} ''".';1'..r { McGees Welding' & Radiator Shop .i

I Earl's Shell Service, Orangedale J. Slater Smith, Insurance and Real Estate :
Grace's Ladies and Children's Wear Western Auto Associate Store

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FOOT dtoy( '(Eounty (Ctesceut! THURSDAY; APRIL 19. lsg5


Clay County Servicemen RECREATION SOUGHT AT PARK PROGRAM FOR Top HonorsCarroll Social Notes Roger Green,Cove spent visiting the week-end friends and in of Orlando.-

relatives.Mrs. Mrs. Daisy: Fisher left last .J
.. Ronnie W. Kllgore, yeoman tering the Army MONTHS. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbert, week for her aummer home >in

'. \ first class, who la married to Establishment of an 8-week of Houston, have returned to John Hendricks had Boons N. C.CARD .

the former Willena Fox, of Aviation Ordnanceman First recreation program at Oreen their home after spending a as her house guests for the

Green Cove recently receiveda Class Carl L. Sweat, USN, son Cove's Industrial park Is under z week with her mother. Mrs past month Mr. and Mrs. W. OF
letter of commendation for of Mr. and Mrs. Oral W consideration by city officials Pansey Quigley. Norton and Mr. and Mrs. R.

outstanding Initiative adaptability Sweat of Oreen Cove Springs, Questionalres have been sent Hogarth of Detroit, Mich. family of Lee C. Warner ?

and performance of duty Fla, Is serving with Recon. to parents of public school t Van Maaten wish to express their heartfelt

at the V. 8. Naval Air Station, nalssance Attack SquadronNine students 8 years Old or more. left Monday after spending two Mrs Walter Stripling had as thanks to their many friends

Meridian, Miss. He has just aboard the attack air. These are to be completed and weeks with her parents the her guests last week-end her and neighbors during the loss

been transferred to San Diego craft carrier usa Saratoga,'deployed returned to John Neely, one Rev, and Mrs. C. E. Van der son and daughter-in-law, Mr. of their loved one.

prior to reporting for duty. In in the Mediterreanean of the coaches at Clay. High Maaten. and Mrs. Walter Stripling and Mrs. Lee C. Warner

Viet Nam. Sea. The squadron recently School. their children, Cindy and Sheri and family.

provided pre- and post-ttrlke Under the proposed program, Mrs. Laura Petfcld, of Dunedin -

,Army Sergeant First Class intelligence Information for the all participating youngsters will left for home on Monday a LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE

Herbert C. Tlsdale, son of Mrs. fleet commander during the be divided into two groups: S ti tiaf after spending the weekendwith
Celeste TIsdale I joint French-Spanish exercises to 12 old and 13 of NOTICE Of UNPAID DELINQUENT
of Oreen Cove, years years Mrs. Bessie Geiger .f .*. l I. *.,.lIy .1.' ." "'"'
Lafayette VIH and I and pre.ldd l by Chapie20121. Laos (alilu I .11" .ld 'rt no.
took part this month in Exercise age older. No personal . pawnproperly .,., .d "P do.

MARCH HARE 11, a major Poopdeck V. i equipment would be furnished S Dr. Jim Holiday, of New Orleans :ee,sans end ::;'.,menlh** *:'.| the April progoA, !1, ,\\i.::: >Hk, ::"::",ere'.?ar rHI.* '.oti Int..,,.,, ,
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field training exercise conduct. These exercises simulated Coach Nelly said If the plan spent the weekend with Unl.n tho .'noon' eel. biilewd e._ 10.10.dlnc/leg I. geld sari M apes In. /ht dry

ed by the 4th Infantry Divisionat conventional and nuclear war is adopted, supervised recrea the Rev. C. E. Van der Maaten :: M.Y hnglbie,i 111 I {;.runni r.o uI properly rill I of I..payer caa for sep.d ... pfa.lh.....:, ,
fare both In defensive and re- of ...... lncludmq tho co.t of A".rtltlII9 ad liremoeM9 ,1',
Fort Lewis, Wash tion will be provided including Miss Ruth Van der Maaten and sod unouni

Assigned to Headquarters of talltory operations. swimming, baseball, basketball, Baker, a student at Keystone Heights High Mr.: and Mrs. Walker Bowman. .I! : NI '1211I / "... I lit

the division's 4th Medical Bat. football, soccer, volleyball and School, last week came off with top honors in the conservation Suit. And d ,1.-1101.. aUJ'Malt.i..r S'' Jan..d. FIa.J.. Fl. : NIird

talion, the sergeant entered the 8/Sgt Ken Carey, who has social dancing A recreation. speaking contest cosponsored by the St Regis Charles DeWitt and his son, "ot: S.: Ill tail, Sherwood M.I. Ii. Palm.d. Jan each, Fl.. Fl. 120lechacac Ii
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Army in November 1950. j been serving with the Fifth hall will be established to teach Paper Co, and the County Soil Conservation district ''Irnad H.nry A 9140 Jim' ad. Jab tie. S 20

Special Forces at Port Bragg, dancing and indoor games on James D. Folford, St. Regis forester, (above) presentedher MRS. REBECCA C. REID bale p1 k.1141.h had.hlv.dere I J.., Na Ave., Jal. N.. ::so:

visited relatives In Green Cove rainy days.Parente a check for .... C/an/ ", .rtl. I., Sill Plum ,t. JII. I Fl.. 111
Pvt. Jimmie C. Mosley, son Mrs A. B. Reid has returnedto Cacao Ci.nac. W. 411 Center:t. Starke': II:25CCerieii :
Springs, prior to reassignment will be asked to pro Second prize of $25 went to Carol Spearman a student . .v: Pia.U, I
of Mr. and Mrs. Clem B. Mos her Oreen Cove home after p It IIPIG isD.dw.
to the Army Officer Candidate vide transportation to and at Clay High Other prize winners werei Lloyd Harrington damp 2. ::. cA.. f Old... P.O. loa m O.P. ,... i:ciDodcer
ley, of Mlddleburg, last week attending the funeral in Tarn I.I.i
School at Fort Banning, Oa.Sgt. from the area. Neely said the Orange Park High third prize (f 15)) | Colecn Wor bggln L. /IA' I I. 101 91 h/a/oae" Fl. "... 015Du.hy
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nrin Key./ore
completed advanced training as pa of her sieter-in-law, Mrs. s D.p.oot here? o/ o. H'1'
Carey holds a Certificateof recreation day will run from reD Orange Park High, fourth prize ($11)1) I and Nancy D..can Albert at I. '01 00A 0.'.. FIa.lacer' .
a cannoneer at the Army Artillery Rebecca C. Reid, 73, wife of ,. EqM Hwy IT O.P N.. 1115Idw.rdi
Achievement, Combat In.fantry' 8:30: until 4-30: with participants Bowen and Jackie Harris, fifth and sixth prizes of IS each G.Id.t A P0.:"hsfo GdMnllie' I .. 2111
and Missile Center Fort Franklin R. Reid. I N.
Badge, and Purple bringing their own lunch. Allen L. Lastlnger, district conservation agent, and school Ennle' HIMY t.. un T.Ii.beklie Cnoty,1.AVI. 2.FPO New Yerb. N.Y. /tl
Bill, Okla. Mrs. Rebecca Reid died at P.111. Gas G. 1211 W. lens Jas.
Heart, as a result of duty with es. Soft drinks, he said, will officials\ expressed their gratitude to St. Regis for makingposslbl. Fllllo',1.. Shoppi.-0r5055. A... ...c... N.. 12111
The 22-year-old soldier entered the Special Forces in Viet Nam. be available. the prize awards her home on April 21. Or.R) I. D. 01 M.edl:r.JT..FI.. 15 IIT:11
the Army last Decemberand Besides her husband, she firiffli.; Henry G.:M.. The day would be Insured Damii, 0.. 414 Orlt.e Panes Clr in. 1PI.
received basic training at leaves a daughter, Mrs W. D. rleH. I* I I. In 14*. Melrose MeHoHd'yTe'eck t;:
by the city under a RUTIIiE HAWKINS :: W11Iian, : Iii N. CC S. tic.I
group WINS TALENT SHOW N.m11o A' 2
Fort Jackson 8. C. of five S
Manning Tampa; sons Naonrltl Oe. 0. I... a Terra, J... N.. IF
He was graduated from Clay yon have a eon between the policy..Instructors will be able Franklin F. Jr and A. B. Reid ll.rrh, thda.: S.'Wt7't::.. A... Jae, N.. 1TY
to handle first aid Ruthle Hawkins was awarded Second prize was awarded to C be. 1111 Odeste Dr. JM Ra. 210
High School in 1961 and was ages of 11 and 16 who b Interested said cases.Neely of $1 first prize In the 3rd annual Deborah Pugh, and third prisewent both of Tampa; John H. Reid, :. : U./-/eW.. ::led/are/ fO.Helmet. Sec SIG, 1141
employed by Florida State In seontinf. If so, call or $2 a week would a be made In Talent Show sponsored by the to Sara Perez and Linda of Orlando: R. D. Reid of Fort VJ.keHC*; N.011 I I. III. ..y...... HI.. He. ail

Road Department before en- Dayton Wilson at S84-9584. order to furnish equipment for Oreen Cove Springs Junior Cole Worth. Tex; Raymond F. Reid, HIIto.Heed ,. J. Lii"cilv"AciiW.: 12 R

the activities of the Woman's Club at the Oreen Honorable mentions were of Louisville, Ky.J: IT grandchildren is: :'Oil .- JT&M, J.. Fl.. eh
camp. . A. 0.. lot 50 .' 1I II
Cove Junior High School audi given to: Janice Weeks, The and seven great grand Jeckiee. Cabal H pea ill K. ;. HI.. N.. U I U'J
It's for children. J.mei 8 iiiip I I P O: loi 104 O F. fa.
torlum last Friday evening Sensations (John Spearman, Jeter/Mer.,.,. 1401 0.""._' Cir? J.i Ht II 71
MRS. DONALD SOHM Services were held on FrI. J.hrree, Jull.e' I. FO SM 4141 J.i I, Fl.. '1151
those who
:. Old .:. Young :.In-Betweensei. Among competedin Lon Custer and LaM Rldaught Jekntee W C. 4 2 Slow l I*. O.F. W*. 22 it
ELECTED PRESIDENT GCS this show were: Norlene ) and Janet Peavey day, April 23, at the Spencer JoI..", joteek H.. M 5..*. tier ... SM IMC. J.. 1. Fie. J JlKeeilne
Memorial Baptist Church of *. Je .pk A.. M I, So. III. "'.. HeKeyitene .
:. Newcomers :. Old Timers JR. WOMAN'S CLUB Elliott, Jean Ann Jones, Wanda During the evening the special ... c.., ,/. La.....* "lemee. Keyitone I/h. B*. 174 U
Holmes, Sarah Perez, Linda guests Included Miss Becky which she was a member. Klrkm. Larry H. 1411! le.kre Or. Jei %, Ht. \ :
K.ell. Alkert/ M. 4411 TlrMa >>e H Jei 0. Fie.
Mrs Donald Sohm was elect Cole Barbara Tucker Lon Cutter WIMIm .... Be. M 14Lewlt
i Campbell: of Mlddleburg, Mrs. ten Drl.e I. tke.fre-e/e Mr'H";
COUNTRY SQUARE DANCEv. ed president of the Oreen Cove LEGAL: NUTICB 'e Homer II Almerii' An J. '11\, { '
John Spearman and Lon. Julian White, Miss Dianne lttl.: Samuel t. II I. Sn II, 4 C. > I1
Springs Junior Woman's Club nle Rldaught, Nancy Agin, Pat Revels and Miss Patti Eddy Uctweod. J. C. yI I I. kei Sl. T. 0...ce rat. ".. I JJ
BUILDING IM THE corny: OF THB Mekel Steufy Skoeee. e/. Mabel l W.wmi.M" O r, Me. I
recently. ti Williams, Mary Williams, Mrs. White was accompaniedby COUNTY; JIUUB Iff AND FOR Meiee, ltt\: V. 1110' A.s.datc Clr J Other AM c... 7171 Jl Ji. rle. 4 JJ
officers for the coming CLAY COUNTY' rLOIUUA Serried
SATURDAY, MAT 1Couples Natalie Wheeler, Dora Pear, Mrs. Charles Bayer.W. No.' 4MIn hliddl.bs1g ....Iy thep. ,/. ", .ri.) .6r... "Mlrfdleeerf He. J
year are: Mrs Jack Saam 1st Non ,..... "Mxt Center: 3.'. Fie.. ..
Deborah Pugh Kathy Re Eettt ofCAULUd Nerves h/5nh.s/ I. Jr.
f 100 t p.m. 'til Midnight Stag 750 Kenny, Burch Stump served as N.G.I.,5< '

Vice president: ; Mrs Walter Jeanette Parker and Janice Master of Ceremonies for. the WcHULLIAN.l>..,..**. N.. 1111" '.' ...... l I..., ,/. S C. Pad l. 114 llnrildo Ave. J.., Re., II'MNewteo.
Lucas, 2nd vice president: Mrs ll''e* H., .HOI DeiuM' St Jab Ht. 4 11
Weeks. evening NOTICE TO CREDITORS; Newton. 5.v S., ./. N._. riik Cene.Mlddlekwf' Re.. So II 4NIcklMO.
Frederick Andrews recording To all crtdtlori and parsons II
4511 Part Jl Jn I, Pie l JJ
having claim *r d.maada NeleA J l J tvllle/, lie.l 52
Look how it is secretary; Mrs. Vance Powell, against aid eitatei 0...e'. f.rk I S IS Store ,/. J._. M. "Miller P.O. Se* lie O.f. PI.. .Iii i II
\ easy corresponding secretary; Mrs You and each of roe are hereby Or. 9< Ptrk Phwbicg Co M.J.I 17 O.t. Fl.. '
I .nrtldtd to precent any claim Pett:, Onrl.i Ml H-y IT. fit 1111
William Hammock, treasurerand or demand which you or either Pyrefei a. ker.., If I Medliee St. Ne. ,.... N Y. 14elett t
of you, mal have alnil the '. W A. Ul Hwy 17. O P. PI.. 14 II
to enjoy cool comfort tonight! parliamentarian.These a Let'sDance eitate of Carlo UcMullian. dictated ..clcll.,. Say c.. P O. Ian 174 ...wt.... Fl. 741Sedtter
I officers will be installed late of Clay County AvelU, * .. S S4llddrtl
Hon JeHerM 441 tuene Or <| II .
Florida, to the
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In September. Hivora, County Jades ; N.IM. M, A P0.
County aL his office In the Coun.ty aobtntro lr O 1101 C te.i.l A.. J.i, Fie. 111IMM.mA
Core .. Pr.Kklln. P O lei II, GCS: Fie IIIIi
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BEST Courihou.e .... Morrli _216 Lt.I..*. Are Jei. F'.. U
FOR all-round IInrlnllll. ('icy Count. Florida. ..11,.'. PaM/y Sale --t/. 0,1.." I.,..... HIS' PI.. 1111aih'e
within sight month. from the I...., '.1 -e'e leM "Mltckell: ."..... Hti Fie. Sit
rood printing try the CRESCENT date of the. flr t publication of torkoreeell. A. P 2414 W.I... ft J.I Fie 17t
this noil. It.oeero- V..di.4 Carp "/. Pa/pb/ M. Nasser 101 N. Pad H/W
PRESS, INC. The priceIs Each claim or demand must Detrfeld, lab Fie. ItStokki
he !In writing and must Mate Wm" I. It I, Sei 47S. 0' N. II '0
right the pUre of reildenre and poit- Terrell ere ..r.<._/. t M. t..M. Klyl.oee HH tie. 14 I'
office address of the claimantand h.... Jt.Weo.'. Reoert Fhlllloi. NO,.... A.. 6 C I. Fl... lilt
must be worn to by the Torn*. W.ldl.e' tkMi -c/e Herkert tense, 'ldl..Hd" A.e.. e C t. F).< 41 47TomllKW"
L&T Bar & Grille claimant, his agency, or his atlornnv II. 4IS Fee It, J.i, FI.. 114Turner
or It will become void U. ft., I0i4 Coll.. J.. Fie 7 41y.lldtfdlo
acrordlnic to law ( Jeroe M. PO *.. 111, Keyttone Hti Pie 1174yille
10 mi. S. Green Cove V/ mi. X, Putnam Co. line Dated: April I. IMS. A.D. I : Fhmwte Metele tek>rt leyitone Hit Pie, IIIIW
; : /*/ Jeanette McMulllanA ee, Fie 4 tl
PARTRIDGEWELL Admlnlmratrlx rf the : .. l.b.ft k'PO, Sei 44)f, Jei, "*. I IS I II
FRIDAY and SATURDAYIIillbilt Estate of Carlo. McMulllan Weed. J S. It 1. Se. If. ft c.. Fie. 7 41
(........d. Wood.. .11_. 0.. F 0 Set 141 S C I. Fie 4 11
Music THE COUNTRY BOYS Pint Publication on: April I. I,.. hi.t Skee, -c/o t.lelek Z,'.. F O ... 444. ..y..... His, Fie. IIII
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I :BUYER'S GUIDEAIB I IJT- THB CIKCVIT COCRT; : IN 'N' TUB cinniT rotHT OF IN. TIn aRCtrrr COURT or TilE feet to the point. of beginning; the North nd of aald curve and
I AND rOH CLAY COVNTV VHS rOlMTH Jl PHIAL FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF thence. run Ea.t Ill feet; theno at tangent to th* North *t foot right ofway
VLUN.1UA.. IN CHANGIUIT diets II ASS StIR tLAYJIOIINTV. FLORIDA IN AND FOR CLAY a right angle SouUt lOS fact, thence line of Stato Road If at the
N.. 54.55-V H.OHIUA.BolTTH COUNTY. FLORIDA at right angle Wrt 41( feet: Weal end of Mid cures Mid parcel
THE) WIUJA1I8BUROH AV.INGS 'Ass 140. 55-34'4t AT LAW. CASK NO W-4-L thence at a right angl North IM A and B containing leo ........ more
BANK. a orporatK 3IItOOkI.YN.AVINOU STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF feet to the point of beginning lying or lai. cxcluilv of exudIng road
rialntllt BANK, a corporation. FLORIDA ao Agency of the Mat Seal and within 14 feet of the survey right of way, (for Moody Rood and
AIB BEVERAGES .J'UlntUf.BKRNAKD. of Florid. and line of Moody Road. Section 7U10. Slat* Road 14).
PIANOS RICHARD L. DAUrHANIS.; *t UK.Dattndanti CLAY COUNTY a political nibdlvlalon lilt, aid lurvey one being deecrlb- OWNERS: H. M KNOWLtS and
'I : B. BA8TON and of lbs statS of Florida ed ai follow. JEWEU KNOWLES.: huaband and
NOTIC or Stir U.HVAI8K!: D. UA8TON. his wife. Petitioner Begin at the eouthweit corner o' wits
MILBERGER THE 8TATB OF FWRIDA-T.I Defendant Va. IRs Slit of .W(i of Section: 5, . . . .
CON8TANCU I:. OAUPHANIS.hi TO: formervly\ JOYCE PADELLA LOW. and run thence North- I'll'!"" Wee STATE: ROAD '- A
REFRIGERATION wit.. rldnc and address Bernard E. Boston and THER and RALPH W. KNOWUCS MX7 40 feet to the northweit corner CLAY COUNTY
Now OK Display unknown Uervaiie 1.). Uaalon. ma wife her huaband *t. .1.. of the Huh of SWU of laid Section DESCRIPTION
Sales Senrlee You are bsrsbv notified thaiivtt t 5... 0. Boa $54l.ansriavOtta. Defendant >. containing DIM acre. more or PARCEL IThat
Legal Sewages a baa lien filed acalnvlyon Main IM exclusive of Suiting road right
SERVICE EASY TERMS In th. above ntltlcd NU'.I k ou. Bernard h. Baiton and NOTICE OF alma Mill ofw.". part of- Communes at the
and that you arc hereby r*. drrvalie U Baetrn hu wife are DOMAIN OVVNIRS- GLENN K. HAHN and northWest corner of Section M,
FURNITURE CO. I III nuIred to tIle Tour aniwtr with EDoMfllENT Townihlp 4 South, Rang $ Eaat.
HART hereby notifed that a complaint NORMA E. HAHN husband and .IEa.
Open S A. M. U 1 M.DuTal thence .
A. run North .
tMl ., no
C..dtdS.... RfustIs turn Clerk of this Ccurt and to to foreUoee a certain mortaaa IN THE NAME AND BY THE wll.
Air ... B.stI.. .s'rvks' Walnut St- Phone M4-5U1 ncr.. a copy ther.ot upon th.PlaIDtltf' on lbs lollowlng deacrlbed real AUTHORITY OF THE: RAT OF . . . feet to the point of beginning
.tl.rn.y whoa FLORIDATO thence continue on th. Mm court
t 5. Palmetto Street Coanty Line Green COTO Springs, Fla. rim, and aIM..... I.: pioperty.Lot Ten to-wln(10), Block Seven (T). AU. WHOM IT MAY CON. PARCEL 4 130 feet:; thence South 00 BRYANT, FKERMANRICHARD9ON That of 451 feet: thence South MMI wed
Home Phone 2S4-t7te MhAuuvYBKOoK Unit i. aooordlnif CERN. and to all parwni and port part Commence ., the
North ef Orange Park REAL ESTATE A WATSON to pU thereof recoroea le claiming or having northwest corner of the northeeit UO feet; thence North OO'ST West
Builoeoa phone ZS4ISS1APPLUNCES Tit Barnrtt Hank Bulldlne In Plat 1 Book 4, page';' title. Interval. *etat, mortgage any rlabt or <(4 of SouthWMt U of Section: a, 4N feet to the point of beginning
Jackionvlll I. Florid U and II of Ih. currant Buolic: other lien to or on ShoeS certain Towruhlp S South Rang M IIut: lying aoutharly ot and within 40
nr* Isle this May 14, A. IX. record of Clay County, Fl Ioli.d. parcel of land hereinafter deortb- nd run South MO feet lo the point feet of the lurvey line of State
BOATS TWIN REALTYHilda IMS ed. and the following to- of beginning; thane at 5 right angle I Road S-120 A. Mid lurvey line b-,
It :you fall to do to, Dcrro b...%.. filed agalnat you and (ether with all unknown persons run Eait 4I< feel: thence. at right I log described sa followti
TV APPLIANCE T Ifeth Pro Conf...o will b. .nt r davalnit yen are" required to eerve a copy claimIng by. through or persona under ingle run South M feet, thence aright Begin on th* West line of Section
for the r.lUf d. M,
yea of your Aaaw.ror pleading, to known persona who are dead, angle run Weat 414 feet; Town.h.1. South Rang M East
SERVICEWe INLET MARINA Realtor tnnndtd In Hi* Complaint the complaint on the plaintiff who are not known to b* dead er thence North M feet to point of be- 5 t a northerly I from the
The natur of cud suit bslni or
aurrneya. Mark, Uray, Vatai live; ,Innlnf' lying hit and within M eouthweit corner ef Mid Section M.
Repair Afl Brands ft UNTALA BALES for th* forclonur of MortcaK '' Conroy' a (llbba. III K. FonylhStreet. RALPH W. KNOWLES the survey lln* of Moody run thene North NI1'01" B ItMM
nrutnbcrlnr the i rnnrtypr and Jackaonvllle feet to the eenlerlln of State
and Road Road
Florida Section Tl 10-Moa, sill
Strriclnc Clay County and Boatyard -tt,ACUAOIA: HOnReeldenllal .miim |orald In CI. fo tile th. original aniwer er plead- Haldneoi Rout t. Box no line being danrtbd 5 followi purvey N... U4. containing out acres more
Florid*. <1.icrlh.(* a> follow' 'lAt SprIng, Dorlda or eicluelv of
let in the Office of the Clerk of agln at the SouthWMt of existing road
For Sixteen Tear KNOWLES.orn.srty .h&-:
MERCURY ranimiariiUlbdnstrul tel 1. Block 4. RELX.AIR!: UNIT I In .nd for the ; way,
the Circuit Court ? \ JOYCE: PADELLA Slit' of SWU" of Section a,
Orance Park Ph. SMIU5FUILERTON'S SALES SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAUERS I ONE In according Plat plat rtofMf .. 14- Hay County, Florida I on or be- I THER LOW. Township t South Range. M Car OWNER: O H WILSON ."eIlI.,
toss the II day rf May and run thence North .U'I' West
Rnldanco: Rout .. Bo. UO ,
and IT. 0' the pibi record e e e e e .
Sorrlnc Creator day. Centr
do IvHlgmenl by len 40
!.' Clav Cvunly. Florida you aiLll to ao, Green Cov nprlnn floridaPIVERSIDE feet to th. Northweit cornerof
will .b* taken agalnit i the NE. et of PA.CIL.ThaI
Notary PmkBePHONE AND ALSO lh. followln de- BANK OF JACKSON SWU aid Section I
Wet Dry Stance rrlbvd lt.m. of o.ulpmonl now you for' the relief demanded In VIl.LEa : .I. containing *O44 i.r.s. mon .r part of: Beginning; at point
the complaint. .155.. cxclualv of exUtlng road right Ill taut due LaoS from the aouthwait .
Inraicd Corporation <
In the above
14 ?4. Orance Are. Marin Ways U4-SM1 d..rl..d. pr .upon..: This notice ahall h. Pllbll.hollon I Reldn. 1IM Klnf Strt ot way.OWNERS, corner of Section M Townahlp
Green Cove 5.... 4-444 Office Recessed Wall each wick tor four )onmo.utic. Jackaonvlll. Florida : GEORGE M WOODS and 4 South, Ranf M Eitthence:
u.s. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH uo IIt-SIU Modal OW U weeka In the Clay Counly LAWRENCE HULSKY SOPHIE L, WOODS huaband and North lit feet, thenee tart: 110 test
Thorn Wat" luster .. Model 1 1r CreerenlDUNK I Residence: 554 WaUan Street wit. Ihenc South II* feet to the South
ACCOUNTING Orajne Park Fhen IIt.tlSS Ornate A... ft at Bay ft II i.H.4.n ANn OROERRD: In Buford Georgia e . e e auction line ot .Section M- thence

Green Owe f pttncsUPHOLSTERY KUclromod. Wall H.atr In (IT trots Cove Hprlnu, Florida, this I BERNICE: P. HULSEYReeldwic PARCEL I West itS feet to the point of beginning .
day rf April 1551.
lying northerly of and
INSURANCE half lath *: SM Wataon Street Thai of Commence
part :
I8KAL.I at thunorthwest
0* I I within 40 feet of the Un et
vallnn All tankNutcn Buford, Oeorfl' survey
REED ACCOUNTINGAND OtSORflR!: .. corner ef .
CA1SLISL.E.Cisrh. the northeaiiU
B. Hood and Slate Road S SM A. Section "804.
GLENN E, HAHNReeldence of th
Circuit Court southwest U of Section i, Rlcitrlo rant Modal I ISIS AlIce Drive Moa Mid eurvey line being deeerlb-.
By Vivian H Sohm Townthlp 5 South Rang M Bait
AND : ...
Nn J.Itl ..... .... U IDIN Lake" Worth Florid thence Eait, 1 foot ss
FRANK mono TO nn.ral Rlaptrlr rfrla"rator I NORMA E HAHN : thence Southparillol Begin on the West line of Section M,
SERVICE A Z UPHOLSTERY .Mn...l Vn TB-l 4tW1TNFMA ......d."...' Ml* Alice Drive to"U the of wwt line of saidliOrthsa.t Townahlp 4 South Range M EMI ata
Lisle Kenney. Owner my hand and meet THB illiCit CO* NT OFCLAV Uk Worth. Florida aouthw l U. Ill point 14 feet northerly from its
Special Agent III Magnolia Arena. C, aald Court at 1r...-. r..... COiNTV.) FLOniUAIn GEORGE: M. WOODS feet. to the point .( beginning: eouthweet of Mid Section M.
7 N. Cram Are Oreen Con 11"1".. <'Is" CVunly fI'1"r''a. I CHANCERVNo. : Retldenee. 1U Elm Avenue ,thence continue on the wm sours.iii ., run : North 55.1751' EaitISM
laaara** with Personal lied. Oreen Cere Springs .." II *", of April. *. n '*", I oa-a4-v Imperial Beach, California' foul Mime Sail at a right angle M feet to the centerline ot Slat
lit lest
'I'll. 2141721Personalized 11''? VS U0BENNEH: : thence North al rlgh angle*, I
Phene 144-174 :* SCARLET F. SOPHIE L. WOODS : Road SM, eonUlnlnf I IOS acre
Services Complete loeuraiKe Cerento -. oronor T., <'*" .''' HalntttfUWIUnT Iteeldence. : lau Elm Avenue IM test; Ihenc Weal III feet lo its more or lisa exolualv of CKliUnf] I
FURNITURE: n.rk .., rircBi Cn"rt .a. point or beginning bins lilt and road right
Imperial CalIfornia
IIIAccountinJr' LIFE FIRE AUTO *"l.r County FloridaBv A. FOSDENNEn MORGAN 0 CLARK within M feet of the eurvey line of OWNERS! OLArYI! CHERRY S

HOUEOWNER3 CANVAS WORK VlTlan H. "Mohm DefendantnoTicB Residence. Mailer Drive' Moody Road Section 11(10- ., Inf I* woman
&; Tax A I r>.niny Ci.rk OP HIT St. Mid survey line being deeortbed H . . a 0 5
CUSHIONS Aumu.tin.. Ploridi
legln *l Ih* aouthweet earner of the
rer HOSPITALIZATION SLIPCOVERS DWlUHT A. rUl4I1INN1IK.!: Neeldenc! Muter Drive IEU of SWU of Section S. Town- Thai part of: Lot II. It IT. II II
11rwn rinci coin, iv lleeldenv* Unkaown. St Aufuitln*. FloridaHENTON and SO. Section M. Rldgewood Dlvl.
5 .
.hlp South Range M Eaat
Furniture and
Business Firms "New Ann ron clew rni' HKHKBT: : NOT. run
; Phone Green Cove U4-U4I CLARK then** North I Ml II" West aNile ion o< Orang* Park Clay County,
with the Old Comfort.* ri.onio 11 rH"*rr.nT: FlfcU that a still b*. been filed Fleeldeneei: Rout IPalham Florida' lying nertherly of andwithin
Individuals It u th* northwest comer of the '
Jacksonville SSI-MIS ".. a-f-c In lbs abe.
sialnit '01& entitled Georgia
40 feel of the lIne et
I HIlt of 8W' ef eald Section I,
C. A. HUMMEL TUB c..... and you are hereby MARY kolrcitlir
FRANKLIN RAVINOS : CLARK containing (04 semi. mor or Slat Road S MO A. Section 11504MUS -

LaUgees Thsl FSr.1... MILK DELIVERY RANK YORK IN Till a! orporatln CITY OrNRW attorney required whci to upon and plaintiff addree Pelham Realdmcoi Georgia, Rout I xclualv' ef editing road r "t"c follow, Mid eurvey i line being described .

I'lalatlff appear hereon your written d*. HORACE: T, CLARK .rN.RII MAl Begin al the aouthweet comer ofSection
GAliEY'S Dons Take Lea ... fenae.. It any, to the bill of com 1I..1d.,,", Ml Huron Street PIPPIN | HEIRS OF VICIE IT, Townihlp 4 South, Rang*
Pnp'LASIRF.RT' : plaint I* sold ault copy at which '
Jackeonvllle Florida
M thence North M-M 11"
Eaal. I
When You Can Cot The Beat I smi PAI'LISI: delivered to you herewith ca MORGAN D. CLARK ind CLARA run
w. LAJoIOEItT. j M1REASE CLARK Last Sill M feet to the lout tine of
W.D.Morris CI ARK. huaband
and wife
hi. wit. or l (ore May A Reeldeneei I Ml Huron Street northerly .
Section IT .t point M feel
... .Ianl', Herein 1 fall not er decree ore HtNTON E: CLARK and MARY
Jackeonvllla .
Green Florida
Btwtno, Florida TRIM "OTIC& 0. Sit? nfe,.o will be entered agalni' JOHNNIE U CLARK wits MONCRIEF CLARK, and Mid from Section itS 17 eoulheeit containing comer(101erM

13 E. Pahner St, Tel. IM4SMAatHrms Distributor Tlflll .TATI: 0" t'WIUIJA-ToI: tall tor the relief pr."d In tb. Rnldenc! Sill Avenue. SE HORACE T CLARK and MIR.EANE . mon* or lee*. uluelve. ot ...

.. Orange Arene Idlewlid and West Bte. I and cuLt 1-ALLiXk., l..uM$5itT M: LAMUEHT \TIll of .'::'ILlllt"J'OF SAID SUIT Cairo MARTHA. Oeorfla, CLARK D CLARK, huiband and 1.11,11: road right of way. '
TeL SI4-U44 All Milk ,Green Cove Sprint kn wi(.. BEINU I FUR KIVURCR.wrTNLK Residence: Silt Avenue SE wlf *
Jersey Phono SI4S3I5UPHOLSTERY lie W. Curtla. my njr..4: lbs Cairo,. Oeorfla JOHNNIE: L. CLARK and MAR. . . . .
Ornnsre) Park ,'......"., lees. sail of saId Court. at WINONA PAYS CLARK. a minor TIIA J. CLARK husband and
Blinding lead TeL YOU Allt: tUaulI1': NOTIFIED "p'I".... Florida' ISle l-lh day tf Reildence: aooa Sootty Road wlf* TAKE NOTICE thai t DtolaratJon
M4-4BS7 For
III.t a edt II.. ...... flied a.a..t. April. A. Ii, l leQKORUB. ....k."I.. Florida JAMES RUSSELL. CLARK do- of Taking .... been filed In theabove
/I'bon\.jl (Can A Furniture* I.! **.... styled Petition
If> you I. iSi sbovs .all". and v.aSr. DEBORAH: LII: CLARK. a minor cauee by the
Blinding A CoOns ... HOME DELIVERYCALL 22 Year Experience i.culr.4' to tue ruse a..r SEAL) herb' Circuit Court Reildencel.. Bootty Road HIIRS OF JAMES RUIIEU.CLARK .... the acquiring authority of theeeprocewllngi
.lib tbe CI.rll ., thIs Ciurlcml Dy Vivian II. Nnhm Jarkannvllle, Florida of the taking of tho
TeL TT1-M Free 10 ..,.. a reoc tb.r..1 ...... Deputy Clerk SANDRA LYNN CLARK a minor WINONA FA' YE CLARK above deaerlbod I...... for the purepoeee
ii.. lal..Ulf .r ... .tlor..,.. ERNFHT J JAPOIW Meeldenc, MM RoadJarkennvtlle a minor ael forth In the Petition In
WE TRADE W ANYTHZNOor Pkk-Un A Delivery far i'lalnllft DCHORAH LEE
lit..*.. or S4I-S144 Mahanar. Hadlow hambcra and Allornry Florida CLARK. this eases via I Road rtghl'otwai
'VALUE Work Guaranteed A..m.. fe.llonll hack Ad4ra.i: MILDRED n.ARK SAGElY: a minorS en RANDttJ. ROAD alas known a*
Uulldlna' JaakaonvllU 5. Fl..rlda. lot tan Firhanga Mulldlne Reddenco. aunt spotty RoadJarkennvlll AN UH A LYNN CLARK. MOODY ROAD and a Slat Road.Section ..
not later Ikan May $4. I.U, If Jarkaonvllle. Florida. a minor IMIO-IOOI and road rightof -
*, limits
"o. fall ao to ..., a Dorr'** fro a-I|. .'. .... UpIt SullEn BAOLEYReeldenr Mil.IHIFp ClAnK wMnw of .way en STATE ROAD S 110 A.
Conf.a.. .. *, auKI Sootly Road JAMES RUSSKIX (tLARK. now Section 11M4 lId..1 and a BUM Road,
vol for th*\I.iln'L. in TUN IUINT OF THN ;af .nnvilla, Florida .MllDltEli (LARK. JIAMI .U being Stale Road In Clay Ceualy .
the Complaint This sii! la MorMloaa 1411 'TV Jl iMiM KORTOAOr INVESTMENT sitS married 1 I* IIOIIMIIIPASCCL J Plnrila. and thai the Honorable.
/ a mnrl-i-a. Tha rproiwrtr n.", 401 'TI. FIUMIUA liAitJJV ROGER J, WAYBRIGKT or en* ef
I ,1''......"." aaalnit 1.1: I. Probate.U Reeldenre FOUNDATION: Out N E INC.Ilil Street. ,I' . Ih* Judge ef the Circuit Court ef
CLASSIFIED l..H 41. lIlieS I. MKAIMtW.KI tel Mta4a fl Miami. Florida I Clay County, Florida and the Fourth.
(N>K. I nit I nnrdim* to UlNA: rAlltUA.NKH I 4JILMUIII: JOBRPHINC M KSTZELResIdence Thai part nil 'Commence al the I Judicial. Circuit ef riorMa will
east Ihtrovf rvrordrd In Hat v.o..d an Ih. tt day of APRIL A.D. INS
i HI S. Illaaayn .l.*r northweel ntrner ef I". northeael
lh> k .. pose 14, of Ih* ror. To *.&. .ItIIITUII. ANt P"Il.0tI. Drive '4 of th. anulhweal '. of S.etl..nI al ills .cluck PM In Ih* ClayCounty .
.ll. ..
_rant pul .od. of flay .:.. UAVU"J 'I.A'\I" Slit 1J1o;. ('ourt"II Oreen Cone
Miami, Florida ...1.... Rang M Baal: .
| .iniy, FlrrldaToathr TO..h.u': aald D -
eoneWer *
MAilije A.A.o..t.: SAIl bCTATb Spring Florida
I' I H M KNOWLEflRMldMiv : an. along all quart.satins .r .
with all afrurtlic. and I :' .: Rnul .. no. 41Orevn line. a dlelane ef M feel larallon *f Taking appoint appral.on
FOR SALE FOR SALE INSTRUCTIONFrench lmpr.....*.. now and C.r.sti.Sr tile
I.v aid eatS "I )'011 sri and maSs luch orden a*
Cove la
"Nprlnn, Florid a point: lh.n.e run Eaet parallello I
55 aald) land and all flitiirr I
I ; Ssrsby .utlt.d eatho ,..,111.01 JEWEL KNnWLaANeeldenc Ihe North line of saIl quartetMclloni r Court dma proper All parties to
now or fcaraafur altarhad I. or pr..1 sup lalm. iso.I *i Route f, do* 4) lid feel la Ih* ef bo.ginning the lull *ni all putties InUreetedmay
FOR SAUl Three. bedroom i] SINGER AUTOMATIC Lessees private or ot.......1.! I... .ronnxllnn*,.1. daofrlbait wllh and lbs ........... shir. 55.5.. or oilhsi: grii.rfrlnl... Florid : thence South paint parallel" 1 I*.I appea* and b* heard at the
hone CONSOLE MODEL Give. by French of yew. time. asstssl Sn.' Ih. Weel Una ef Mid. lime and plae "yoi.
ewe block weal of High In gT..p. In addition ....,.1. Ik. folio. C'r'I.IC I quarter YOU AND EACH OF "
School 1M frontage en B... Imn.claiM Fig Zaga. blind Lady. Telephone SI4-MM. tinftle 1st daorrlbad **" ....olb.r.: . IILMUlll, d.......,. al. of aaFlorida. Reeldenr I Route Florida IOraniaPark right'lion angle IM feel. |M: fist then,**thence Kaat: North at I I hereby ommndd to appear by
anraa ara se b*
entnre. Arenee by II* foeto .... ..ce........ deeeratea.ete. Lenate 0........ I.... .**.... to ... fiilra: and a (t'osslV'lay C..nt'. t. .....lIerI4s Caaihy. .t Jades his of.ffri of. Realdenre KATURAII I Route... WILSON I .Wed i a al right. right angle eagle, Itt IM feet feet: Ihene to th*I I* Anawer filed. In thiS to lii.aaua Petition In Ute

> Orlflnal price DM. lEes .. Green Cove Sprlan.BUSINESS . nart of lbs raaltri I I. lbs rosrthoSsa .f Mid above entitled Court on or bolo
en West Street .
en Garage. Hat Point Ha... and Ova* RH-II Orange Park' PlantsGLADYS point ef beginning all being In thenorthraat I .
(.. ; et MAY AD 14** to
belies _... ..." I- .M. .t tiros Iso. Sprinsa. CHCRMVReaJdonoet I I. ef Ih* enuthweel Sb offtertmn Ih* IT day
rrked 171N or Hnwr in Fan In Kltrh a
... $..Nf down. ElwoedJohnaen. : title.. InUreet M
Wa..., Malar llaalarlawart suSie al* C'.I.nd. Rout I. Sos Ill 5, Tawnihlp t Bnulh Range haw whet right,
........ SeS So.Macaoaa monthly ..,_nta. HID lake OPPORTUNITIES Warner II........ Wall montha from the Urn c' the C>'.n.. Park Florida M lost, lying within M feel ef the I lien you er ":.v-: UerlbeJ yea may Unda hv
HMtar elder machine .. part :;
(OreJte Yam MID). pay II Hallo Oil r>r.mTkamuioor twplea ef earn rlalm or IM Rabeark. StreetQuince 1lIO 40t ailS survey line being and ihew **ua* why Ih* Man
Telephone t>4-445t. S-4U ....... Phono Collect JafUenvine RESTAURANT FOR LEASE Wall "..'., *4 Stalk, maud ehall bo In wrltlnahall ned Maeaachuaett deecrlbed aa follow! ehouM not b* Uken for the see and
elate the plai'. of reelii.. forth In the PetlUoolied
ANN RKOPIIY Hegln al lbs ...., ..... efIh purpoeM MI
IIH t.
1S1.Iel. Art for Credit River View SUateerant with eewltboet .... ., .. ....,... corner
and .
Wr'MCP' my Band and lk. ..alof rt. of "ha ......._ |1M Raheock StreetQulny Nr< of SW, of Bee-linn t, herein.WITNESS, eat
FOR SALE Three. lets US' E Manager. Will >Urer. No ehUfatlon motet S mike north ISle Court .1 Or... r..aHnrlaia. rlalmanl and cIteD ... awornneanled isby . MaaMChuaetl Townahlp ( Smith. Rang M Fait, my hand and the
Ike rlslniast. '''. I of APRIL
hands this t* day of .11' a at.l.lts uiknawn. halre. of VICIE MAE' run thes55 North M'4444" lest .f thli teurl en the day
ISV each, with ntetal I." 1 4-SS.Stp GSC at hub Creek en UJt April A n, ISIS. nod l h y s PIPPiN whoa r..Id._ are tin his*. feet In Ih* nnrlheMl corner AD holeornltDl
21' 17. Telephone GCS 114-1140 (. :AMriroRHK fill I ** fee of one dollar and] e.u..Selsie ,,-.. of WItS of SW'< ef Section S. Town : U CARLISIJ
garage. An fenced In. ...- demand DIalsiistl CIRtUIT COURT.
or Mat OIl ClERK OF Till:
FREIGHT SECTION lll-lei ehlp SoulS Rang M Eaal. eonInlnf -
eater 14 mile set ., CCS to- .. n.rki be 14)51153 void tln"mc STATE ROAD SANOILL ROAD Cal ......,* feet mar or IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY.
Tw. Vaeaant ClHMn-ka. Reel. Eotete OpporlnnllyCAM | ...r \l li." H. iSm.Insiy /a/ Icea. eeclualv. ef dieting rood rt.oRIDA
wards Penner r.,... FhoMMIJ41L. flark, aa KierMrli: of hits. La'i Will ruSt of laY iiaAC'I W CARLISLE
new eeratehed In ahlneaent.Has YOU StLLT and T....", ...1 atLKNA DESCRIPTION way DfPUTY CLERKSEALt .
an atteehnaente erUtnalguarantee. a 14155? rnn nine FAIHMANK nil,MOI. itFlret PARCEL ftIIRYAPIWIIENY
Yenr own f n-Ume beolneoa.Real '.... 1-....". Eat feet of .... ....FOUNDATION. INC' a Corp. 'j
Sacrifice. for IIS. n. Board .1 ( rammla.alooar TIle M th* north IM "
FOR SALE INS 'VoDuwacra.fc Eatete. rIght U this arm.National of t'lay '....1.. will ,.. J. JKNNINUH fiunlltatlo:: .*JRAllorner .r1l 1 It. 1141 fed of the South. Ill feel of the MORTOAGIB: JOSEPHINE: M sTATS IIOAO DEPARTMENT ,
.dle Call Ceaect JackaenvHI. any ...le, bid. In Iho ..".... ofClark T. keel MM feet W the NWC! of *WV, KETZELPARCELf HOlLAND nUIUWNOTALLAHAIMKS
Hester. U.M4) mitetf. I .......,. for KatalaL : ' . . . .
4h Clrmll Court. atil a. Sa.tien S. SouthRanf FLORIDAT.
tin. US-IM4. Free nee** rn- : .* Falrbank fill. r. 1'-1':
a II.IH. Good Urea. Per InrnutWe .In I.... Iar,eet In Ite Hold. (eVa I ci odin A U.. May 14.: IMt, ..u.n. 1.4. II M Caet : part at J lEMMINGS JB
'. nection 4-SS. anon* Z.4-17U. ecnaedr write na) Train. A rompMa I....... radio ala. M feet .. the survey line of MaodyMood That part eft: 1l
4-*. 17. I3e IM and ....,.... ( .... !15 ties to rover entire Clar CoaatyIII .. I will ir4iti. Tl.l-l*..l eooUlnlniOM SWI, ef Beetlnn 5, tnwnaftlpBnulh 5
__ u.. lou* aiailon II With C ..... mere *r laae so.ia.Iea. Rang M taut lying within SPRINOO FLORIDA
FOR RENT $a phaaoa of operation* I .. F. M, I. debt .Incurred kt arne ...., I lIne THEPETniONEMJS.
peer <
or mrr o operate n ... eiletlnf read rlght-.iway. W feet ef Ih* euyvev ef Moody OF ( UNCI FOR
loft SALE OR .SWAP! from Start le ...... Alladvertlolnc. III-.ITI M C. Hand Comple-a than ,..If. from Ihl day f., I OWNrN RALPH W: MNriWIElnd Hood. SesSIon Tll-. **>l. ....I ...,.., -_
FOR RENT bedroom hewaenfmbhed silk MM>ro hona. ward. JOYCE PARri4A RNOWI line being ...." ..... .. follows R*.
*4 ft Henes.... Formica Bar all "I'". forma Ill 10 ft Tower with lain An ,.' f. T. M'AaaallyMl '_.'1.. JOYCE' PAUIU LOW. gin *n Ih* North boundary of the
with S larfe e.. lean .....1..1.. laeMllad No. I, Hoe 14 ..... i.
THEN ... .. and atE.MtNTGAOVI' r. of BWU et Section Town.
Top Mppllea are ,.,....... JIf..... III Two Mohlla. Hadto .. II 111""... Cove nprlnca. Fla CHURCH NOTICES
17. hip t South, Rang M Eaet, alpotnl a
cleoed porchce. on |*, 14. II. I*
General 1 ElK.,.. Ctetheodryer .... dverUolaf kings Beyer W.... or more t* ..oporat In II 1 Of JACKSONVILLE toraorallanPARCEL I.n feel Wail ef IRs _h.
For Informntloe phone 14- Volt Veklrle. wIth n.,,, A*. . . . .... earner thereof run .hanoi
M.*Ty Only Oak Deer from Everywhere. Can yon lennaa. ........1.1.1. toalalled l.l43L %'ITIf'f! I South 0414T* ,... liMit feel CHRISTIAN SClEhCESOCIETY !'

''with (hue) 1744. S-SSC ,MIll,? 1'.. ..* have InlUaUve The rM .l.* Mar Orly ro..,.*.. shy doblt eirepl ih".. dlrerilMarred '' of .
I lowe at Ih Baulk W* feet Ih* *K'. of SWU ef lathe *. TewnTilp -
large nsa,. D Swlteh Bos1eompaftnwnt FOR RENT 1.ta. -,... fnmlihid eweBent character (bondable The n..*rd' reeervea I". ruSt er rr reiMially aoihnr. vast l. .... of Ih* NW<* W SW dBertlan g Biiulh, Rang M lass I* the c.... E. II...... St *

aUUIeea slid ... .. ee river. For Information ), aake ....e'. be flnan- I. ,.',-t...."see rtnAHfOooria and. .alt... COuNTY",..."' 10'I...."k'*". ....,..., Irrm ibis lay 51 W taat.e. T.t.: Bart SouthManga W eenlerlln..., .. Staled I I" N. M.fnoU* Are.

akdfarrtte phone t4-M7t. S-lltfc daD, .......w.. Commbalon' ('OMMIDINY.fli. "' ,..1".. P John Mid loch I lying want and. within. A pareel of land. m Ih. II '. ef 1Wet GREEN COVE SPRLNQ1 I

Machine votomo opportenlly for man ply .. afll.le, (I.n .1..1I.'r"Mlddl. ...'" rta 1* feet of Ih. eurver tin* *t Moody 55 Beetioej t. Tewnehla 4 South, FLORIDA

for InfonnaUon Phone FOR REVTt S bterum ....... o.rll. 4.II. U ..?,. .,. 1.4 1LIMIt. Moad. mr lon till*.M.... eonUUiIngrfee lane* M taut deeetllied a* belghoumled
woman ...... or teem Thai I a.J mice or lee eo.iuowlsf eel Ih. Foal b> Ih* We<4
GrHa Core SI4-IM ItS B yard Street Green C.nSprigs. Can SHL Writ today for Information. -.M&L :StIfles south sst.UO4 rust ?tP.l 51 'rJIACY' line of In* right et war fur Mandy May 3, 194)
owpeplrs i.AWlr5.( Iliad ee deeerlbed above, boundeden
Slants Taylor
CaU STROUT REALTY and "'''''1('& P IIULBKT huaband Ihe South by the North right efy RebJsstiEVEIILAITINO

loft 8LE: ..W..... he.- St. A.p.u. Florida. Phone NOT ICE! : ant ..... so line et Stale Rood I II. endnuwted PUNISHMENT
>. E. II.... Area Snpirvfaar.E. . . . en lbs nerlhweef by Ih*
." Hicbvay It Lot IM i >Hrprt. 114.1411 or it 4-1 117. tie un c....... Dr, Orbndo.Fla. or rFAID INTAHGIUir. TfAa RMOVAL PROPERTY TAXES PAiCEL I ere of ewe,. rename I. the NWhavlnf I
('' For Information heM That pert *4: Coenmno* al IK* l rwltue of ** feet. aakl curve A cordial. Infllallon I Is eitcnded .
1 10. F.STiiT: Lorrly: 4-tt. MwAvrrn provided by Chapter 2 12(67 Less of 1.45.. ,notice .UI aorthweel tenor of the _rt_.. lH wing ton...,. I* th. Saul 14 fiiulUMef I

;,.._ ('.,. 2114324. 4-II. SS'OR I I } room ....*. Modern ronvenknrr liven that Intangible Personal I I Property tax.. iaaeMl for Ik*-_./1._... ', and. run Saul way lln* of Manly !Road to_attend onr ." ....

+ Lot 1HJ1 I JH' Good SALESMEN 1>44 and unpaid! are now drbnqI. tt.tit and rinnlnf with April I :::: ; : ;;;
44$4tsss--t$++ +4+ t+
KILEt Cwhman S-Milrr % +4+ $+$stt14 ,1..1 C$++
ronditiom. Real M,. C0 own- IMS uch: l**.. irs d.ln.Uontb Internt of 1 iper c M> por

\1.1. ,, ooler with aelowatie til Mil. 442.21.3.413. A TEXA4 OIL COMPANY plus th* proportionate coUnlcae .t of publishing Ibis notice I I

'"........... la ,... lha,.. f; : I WATTS MAN OCR 44 FOR th* amount ft opt *lte each name below .U peldIMI .ANpIREcTQRy! ) : I

.<.. PKoao G<'R SS4-MU f OR RENT* 4WdrM bloe k \ GREEN CtY 1. SPRINGS! AREA before the tint day of May. I Ta* Execution will IMU _ _ _
II po-wesssvP . . . . . . . . . . .T'\'II""Y""" .'ev'p'ow'po-o-ppssws*** I
hM.r. We yard. In Pm cyFanwi. Me need a food ... ever 4* thereon directing .levy upon any jroperty. reel personal or mIned

OR ftLE: CyprtM Garden Call CCS H4.t7ti. I .... can make abort isle tripe "belonging to th* taxpayer for ipnld' taw, p nalUe. and nddl- 01 lICE FQTIFMCKT .'t.iIIfI III: ,mUD RrUSW. -

st er Kilo ....'tM etlal 11reT I .*e for aboet a work al a lime. to'* Uonal twite. The name of UHixjuent Inten/ibte' P.ronl -- - --- .- -

etd fit ...... are _iDl., .. pay toy .......*. Property Taxpayer and the ..mount of l's.a, Inrludinc the AMERICAN Alit PEASE riii'vitiKC\ (:0. cite you the

roC" til. J|.. GI\ta.U:: ('O VTRACTLXOw II4JO* In a Year Ptaem flOat of advertising and th* tnt month's penally, are M follows: GUILE SUPPLY 10.: lino 1 'nrIUr bed possIble job .

N,w CiestrtisU NEW CAR a* e Beans ...on. Carl 0.. Dos Ill. x.,...ofeflUte.. ....: J b 9411 ('at"" ApplUncce on your printing. /

'OR SALE HIRE IIURAJUX 0 .,... &.. Onr ten men In e4her port efeoenlry BorowUy LIllian B. IOU River R4, OP Fla. 11 21 Lloyd J:. Jones Jr. Owner (.anf/fcH HOMO setstisgeSCII3 Our .."Ie..111 '

'l''IES I wevfc. .... 0 draw eiceptlomal enrn lInger, Ctua. R.. Rt No. I. Box 121, OP .l&. M.ItOF. Ib oetell Illfd.JeikaeorllM pie.*. you anJ

"...., I.. 714-4417. Satertar.y I Driveway Inn n* .. |I1M. .. n year. "..... Phlfflp H, PO Dot JOd I PU.' 110 0peciattte! In ETV T.441I out prices will be

:.,, or I........ 4-I Watt war* nit ...... In the Green Cove Mnlr.'Lcwto A. Box u.. feyitoPoflock . HH< PU.. n.nRA Office Suppose and rmaonable, j

General Tractor Work Spru.* won I* worth Jm4 nomnck Ami Vtolet 1MO Elbow OP, P1... 174Id Office Equipment Try a mall CUUUd Ad

loa SALE: I bedroom brick I LaadM.p<... DtMtef. Plow .. the rifhi .... All PoUoek.: 0. Brook J1IJ PtaJnneA. Are* OF, PU,.( / in for otnepry aaaailM reaeH CALL Ufl FOR ALL

...... with acre el laadeaadreOewJklp lag mJ| reply te F. M Dtthoraee, Vlnceat, D.. UU II:. Holly ft.Wb1klMed. Rd.01 FU. soil CGCDpJ.u.J.IM. ., Oreetlnc PRINTED: MATTRICLAT :

,,..... Park. Call For Information CaR From. Sinthwijtmi 1'......... Ibinert C., PO But Off, JM I, Fla IMPI For a Good Prt.tu.f Jon COUNTY CRESCENT

Gr,.. Cere ZS4-IS7L May be. 214-3141 Corn, U4 Ne Main IL. Pert Whitney. Ruth. Fennel Yarns.Wetbidgi. ... lit cards" si .......... Prkea Call

we' by apaelaion4. 4-Xtife a w. iMrra Worth L Texan Arthur ft* MW W. Hour Pt' Rd, OP, PU. If Jl ),0e1 Flit .. JackaetnCV TIle Ca f CotuUy Creaoent. ,... tUI14t ...

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PAGIe.SIX, .. at/tttog .(Eounty# {Crescent TiIURSDAYAPRiL,29,196:


I Clay High News. Collegiate 1.114';!' HC' & Penney Forms. : .. 'i' I r v Middleburg"' 'J.'v :School, News

First Grade United States and of foci
1 Reporter MEL HERBERT UYEBS. Pfc n* 5t'-MIlTJf '
BY PEGGY Notes !. I
I The First Grade has enjoyed This is test week and all

CONG MATTHEWS Mitchell, and Janice Snipes all Preacher at the 11 celved. She closed by expressing Carrie Osterby of Kalamazoo, reading several new books us have the jitters, because
VISITS CLAY HIGH cored one touchdown each o'cl&\! services at the Penney her gratitude to the mem Mich., who ha been in Braden- about spring We are also drawing prepositional, adjectival, a
with Memorial Church, on Sundaywill'be bers of the Penney ;Farms WC I ton all winter, and Mia Lela some pictures of spring and adverbial phrases. Prepoaltk
April .20, 1965, Clay High three, one, and one extra
the its,. W. B. Cole TO for their Interest which had Osterby of East Tawas, Mich., learning some songs and poems and conjunctions are demoto
School was honored by the points respectively. Nancy New-
made her attendance possible. a retired school teacher and that we like very much. us, but we have eliminat
presence of Congressman Billy eU scored four touchdowns and
librarian who had been with Stella Mae Rawlins had a several Math. English and 8p
Matthews representative ot one extra point for the Seniors The executive meeting of the As she has a position, for the
the 8th .district. He was in taking home the high scoring Myra Morton Bible Class Board summer she will be unable to her sister in Bradenton for two birthday Wednesday. We all ling demons this year so .
troduced I to' the juniors and honors for the game Nancy will be held April 30, .::30 AM, return to Camp, much as she weeks Mr. Carrie Osterby is sang happy birthday to her fully intend to conquer &
seniors of'' Clay High by his Boevin scored the Junior's lone at the home of Mrs. M. E. Crosby would like to do so. visiting secretary in the First Ricky Norman and Lori Jef- Preposition and Conjunction.

former Page; Eddie Taylor. T. D. She along with Pam Poling Boulevard, Apart- Mrs. H. C. Morehouse, chair- Congregational Church of Kal- ferson went to the beach this Mitch Padgett and fam
Congressman Matthews was Pulllam. made, a fine showingfor ment 105-B. man, described the work of her amazoo. week: They had a nice time visited Boone Blowing Roc

very cordial to'the' class and the Junior Half time festivities The Myra Morton Class will committee In providing temperance swimming and riding. and Grandfather Mountain. 1
spoke to them for about twen- Included the crowningof hold its Annual Picnic Tuesday, In the Elementary and Another recent guest of Mr. We are making plans to visit visited Madam ,Curie' Hor
ty minutes and then allowed this year's queen, Melvin May 4, at 12 noon, in the Pine Junior High schools of Clay and Mrs. A. 8. Barrows were the too on Friday, April 23, to and the.Curie Hotel.,This w
them to ask questions. He spoke "Lucy Lamp" Lumpkln. Grove Picnic Area. If possible, County. She expressed appreciation Dr. Urner Goodman and his learn more about animals-' an Easter holiday trip whl,<
I to them about a Congressman bring your own table and of the fine cooperation wife .from Bondvllle. Vt., who Janet and her family went was enjoyable and educationWe

duties Washington and at SOIL CONSERVATION chairs, also arrange,. for your shown by the Supertendant of are trying to rent their homein boating last Friday on K1n&'sley's are going to have an s
own lunch. Schools, the Principals of the Vermont with the Intention Lake. They had a very
:home, and gave his opinion on SPEECHESThe exhibit May 6, which la P-1]
various topics of Interest, In- sixth annual Soil Conser schools, and the teachers. of returning to take up residence nice time. night. We are all trying to 1<
aJ The state of the Schools visited in their It trips in the Memorial Home Wanda Neal report that she
eluding the world situation. vatlon Speeches were held April meeting our best and win the prlzfe, b
Clay High was very honoredby 21, 1063, at Clay High School. United Church Women of Florida reported, had represented about Community October.. They had nine new puppies at her you have, to be able to drt
his presence. Three schools participated in will be held at St. Peters 4.000 boys and girls, In Clay have spent the. winter in St. house. very well.
18 19 County. Mrs St. John Ward, Augustine\ Fla. Tony Silcox and his family
the contest, they were Clay Miss Diane Weavevr burg on May and 20. This will be the last P-1]
SENIORS GO TO High, Orange Park'High, and The two Official delegates co-chairman reported many Mr. Goodman was a Boy went fishing this week. They meeting this year We wlU I
NEW YORK . Keystone Heights High School. Miss Diane Weaver, daughter from our guild will be Miss statistic which were really Scout Executive In Philadelphiaand caught. eleven fish. stall new officer for ne
April 26, fifty-two seniors The contest was made possibleby of Mr and Mrs. Samuel A. Carrie Tarbell and Mrs. Ann amazing, as they representedso Chicago, and he was a Second and Third Grades ,ear'* P-TA,
and eleven chaperones boarded St. Regis Paper Companywith Weaver of Green Cove, was Sutton. Everyone is welcometo much consecrated effort on Director of the National Boy The Second and Third t

an Atlantic Coast Line Mr. J. D. Fulford in coordination graduated magna cum laude attend. the part of so many persons. Scout ,Organization grade of the Middleburg
train destined for Washington. with Mr. A. Last- from Jacksonville Universityon The exhibit of posters, books, School are to visit the Jackson- GCS JAYCEES

They spent four hours in inger, Soil Conservationist from April 19. The April meeting of the leaflets, and materials used In Mrs. Mary Storey and Mr: ville Zoo, Thursday, April 22, ,ELECT: OFFICERSThe
Washington and then went on the Clay Conservation District. Miss Weaver received a bach- WCTU was held April 20 in the film strips and flannel Lillian Gregory 'went to' De- 1965 We are all looking for- Green Cove Jaycees he
to New York where they will Entrants in the contest were elor of science degree in elementary the Lecture ''Room at 2:45: graphs, attracted much interest Land Fla., to tee' Miss Ellen ward to a very pleasant visit
spend nearly four days tour- Pat Wells, Carol Spearman education. She will o'clock, the new time agreed and it was voted to contribute BJork who came back. with r Sixth Grade their annual election last Tut

ing the city of New York and from Clay; Carroll Baker from teach at the Charles E. Bennett upon at the last meeting next month's offering them to spend a few day with The, Sixth Grade Is going'on I day evening at the Qul-81-San

the World's Fair. Keystone; and Lloyd Harrington Elementary School in the fall. Mrs Helen Springer, president for. this most important project Mrs. Storey, On April 21st the a school trip to Marineland The following officer we

This trip is an educationaltrip Nancy Bauder, Jackie Harris She Is the third member of her presented Mrs. Bennett R. R. Gregorys, Miss BJork and May 14. We hope to broaden \elected: Freeman Everett pre
Mrs. Marie Gunther servedas
provided by the school Coleen Warrell, Kathy family to graduate within a Curtis, who opened the devo- Mrs. Storey went to Jackson- our concepts Of marine life.
hostess, and Mrs. Anne Sut- dent: Hal McKee, fat Vt
for the seniors. Upon their return Love, and Donald Oldfleld from period of 90 days Her father! tional service with the youth- ville to see the movie "Soundof Next week we are going to
there will be a full report Orange Park. The topic on a retired Navy man, graduated I Inspired hymn, "I would Be ton presided as Program Chairman Music." On FrIday Mrs. the Orange Park High School president; Randy Brunson. 2i
of their activities. They will which they spoke was "preser- at Massey Business Collegetn True." In the absence of Mrs. Storey had dinner guests from for orientation of the school vice president: Vance Powe

return Saturday, May 1. vation of wild life, and natural Jacksonville in january. And I As "Youth Temperance Edu- Brown. keystone Heights, Mrs. Elmer plant and to get acquaintedwith secretary; and Hal McK,
resources." her sister, 18 year old, will be cation Week" is being observed The final meeting before the Howe and Mrs Linda Britton. our new teachers for 1965- treasurer. Directors: O. H. T::
BASEBALL v Judges for the contest were graduated as salutatorian 'of from April 25 to May vacation period will be held on 'Mrs. Storey and Miss BJork 66. > ler, Fred Caustic; Jack Oree
The Clay High baseball team Mr. J. D.. Fulford Mr. Joe her class at Clay High In June. 1, Mrs. Curtis quoted Scrip- May 18, with the program in went to Keystone Heights with We have been studying the Frank SchUle. Jr, John M
closed out its season with an Jennings, and Mr. Griffin of ture from Eccleslastes 11 and charge of Mrs A. S. Barrows I their .friends, when they returned powers and duties of the presi- Klnley, C. L. Geiger, Jr., Frai.

8-0 win over Bolles of Jacksonville Lake City. The first place win MRS. HENDRIX HEADS 12, including the familiar "Re home and spent the dent of the United State So Barrington was named state d
Don Bowles and Wil ner was the winner of $4000. COUNTRY member now thy Creator In Colonel and Mrs H. R. Tot- night' there. Miss BJork re tar, 'we have ,committed to rector.InstaDatlo"ot.' r
bur Jones led the batting with The winners of the contest GARDEN CLUB the days of thy youth. She ten of Chapel Hill, N. C., were turned to her home In DeLand memory eight\ of these and these office
2 hits each Gary Allen was the were as follows: Mrs. A. E. Hendrix, of Doc- added "Remember now thyyouth' week-end guests of Mrs. H..T. last Monday learned the Preamble of the Is planned for June; -
Carroll tor. Lake, was named presi- I Sutton Col Totten was at
winning pitcher giving up only 1st Baker Keystone and said "By next .
dent of the Country Garden Camp Blandlng during the Sec-
two hits.POWDER year, 1968, one-half of theworld's
Club of Doctors Inlet-Middle- ond World War and during that JUst NEW NAME
2nd Carol Spearman Clay I population will be un- .5 '
burg in Its annual elections period made their home In .
PUFF 3rd Lloyd Harrington der 21 years of age.
The Senior girls at Clay High Orange Park last week. I After a plea for continuationof Penney Farms They are both 2r1 SAME FAMILIAR FACES
The meeting was held at Interested in horticulture and
made like a tidal wave In the 4th Coleen Worrell *- the t work, now being done, ,., '
the Fleming Island home of the I Col. Totten has just retired
annual "Powder Puff'l' Football Orange Park I more prayers 'offered ,tq..theI :
retiring president, Mrs JohnJ. after SO years as Botany Pro- NOW --
Game last Monday night. 5th Nancy Bauder Orange evangelUm'of youth, and more -
Playing ten minute quarters, Park Johnson. Mrs. T, W Davis I mo ieyytyin: 'for attendance atChristian1 lessor at. the University of

'the Seniors defeated the Juniors 6th Jackie Harris Orange acted as hostess.. "Vouth Camps, a letter North Car Una. ; FRED DAVIS UlCK-fO.NTIAqJ INC.
48-0. Kay Malone, Ellen ParkJohn's Others named are: Mrs ; wiS ;gad. This account, il4' ---:- ,, ,

811111111I111111I1111111111"111I"111111"11111I111111111111. "' ., 11111",1111I011I11I, .11I11"1111I11I111"11"11I"11I"11I"11I0111"11"11I"1111 Charlei R. Hager, 1st vice written'by'V'boy, ,whose life "Mr,ij d Mn Ls lie Rice of -, "
"''''''''''''''''n'''''''''''''''' ":'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''' ''''''''''"" ' ''''''''''''''' president, Mrs. Charles Hisler,
had been changed by attend Kingston, Ontario,.were recent ' "V N-NESS toUICKPONTlAC'
2nd vice president, Mrs. Eleanor ance at an A5semblyWltci: \ guests )of ,thRev,, ,'end Mrs. ' .
of&ITV Richardson, secretary and LakiJ Wls., abowi 4'ttifalsle ftradi .uraeyry; ';. X tt'H.U.' ? }. :, \ ,
f Mrs. A. S. Reinoehl, treasurer. .,h, \ \b., '* 0
of attendance at similar camps r''' . 1. !I
.11I : \
) .
They will be Installed at the .
Miss Alberta F. Black was a vr h
I ROA Following the Mrs. T.
: -> :- ZIaNITII'AMANA prayer 4
May meeting at the home of
guest of her niece In Largo
H, Runyan sang a lovely solo, .
NOItGK: Mrs R. P. Wilkes, SwimmingPen
N APPLIANCES with Mrs. Cella Pratt as her Before this. Miss Black had
Drive. her cousins the Gregorys of
- accompanist. I
Experienced Service On All Makes <& Models Members of the club will Miss Judy 'Miller offitarke Greenwich, Conn., for a 'Visit.

SEI YINO( CLAY COUNTT, AVER: 10 TEARS attend the Flower Show at was then presented ,by Mrs.M. They were on their way to
a4 --i- Raiford on Thursday afternoon, O. Robbins who remembered Naples where they plan to live

/' 24 West Walnut Street Green\ Cove Springs May 20.Prizes. her u a faithful' member when, they retire, ,.
for flower -
& & of her L. T. L Miss
Phone 2 122' group.
: :> ... were won by: Mrs. Joe Recent guests of Mr. and Mn.A. "'' I
!.:QIUIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIUIKlIIll llI1nIIllUUlwllnlu iiuiiniiiimiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiniittiiniiiiiiiii! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii_ _ Huntley, Mri. Carlton R. Miller gave an enthusiastic description S. Burrows include Mrs. I' i ... IJCX"affll .at' Iof.
... ... ...... _YIIWMYXIIIYMNMIMNMINMMMM of her attendance at
"' "'" W HIN-MIMYIMWMWNNNIYMYMN" Clark and Mrs. Eleanor Richardson J '
the Ithlel Camp, and of the
i all of Mlddleburg.
spiritual ,uplift she had re- 430: OHAN'GK: AVKXUKGKKKN' : :

\ !1 Concrete, Special INCREASE FARM PROFITSWITHAPCAJ FOR (i) 'I i : eon[: SPRINGS i,

l : Patio Driveways Walks -"Drivo RibbonsExample BIG RESULTS


Patios 16 x 20 ((320 wj. ft.)-$120.00 TERM LOAN <

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School Leaders
"' ': up to : Calling

Guaranteed 7 years to repay I .

1P ..tMeeting'
Quality Work at' Quantity Price Finance your farm Improvement . I
at the lowest possible
cost Yon eaa do this with ; of
simple interest PCA loans .
You automatically increase

i I ,,.": ,G. W. Smith oa profits credit financing-when see .you eoeis. save Stop for All Parents and interested Citizens in Clay

i Phone ICS 284-3249: Nwtheast Pre4MM. a Cfedlt '"
(' ; A County to Discuss Critical School Finances.

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SEE YOU ATEchie's ;.I IJ' i :j. ORANK PARK:. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL$ ,n. ,ft ;::- a. .

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I., COIN OPERATED Your Child Needs You At This Meeting !


: Where The Best People Meet WIN I COME TO YOUR AREA SCHOOL TONIGHT AT 7:30: PM,

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A VOTE OF THANKS: We at Clayton Revels Chryaler-Plymouth,
MORE 1i e. ..10 txprnt our sincere tkanJci to all our friend and cvttomerttck 65s

have had a part in helping this firm attain Skis/ owtslardiNg Clay

I PLYMOUTHS cowry, oiwr.At '. F FURY'
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CLAY COUNTY : our very best efforts in the years to come 'to justify! your faith in our

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.Hl&rv BOW PLYMOUTH1 ffTVONO WARRANTY PROTtCT YOC Chr'7Prr Corporation nn.. for I yean or MjOM mile*, vhlchew ...... flnt, afainet d.ftcU In
materUfc and wortananahip and vffl replace or npoJr at a ChrytUr Motors Oofpor.Uon Authorised Itaawrt ptoe of kiMiruw, UM mete block htad And InUraal part, Intake I
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The Ladles Auxiliary of theVr.W. JAX FISH SHOW
Mrs Dorothy Mllberger was GROUND !
Post No 1988 wtlCeponeor Assistant District The second annual Greater
a Country Square Dance installed as Jacksonville I
Tropical Ffeh
Business and Professional
this Saturday night at the Director of Woman's Club, District Show will be held May 7, 8,"9, BEEF !
VrWr Building on Orange at Sellers Auditorium, Jackson
Avenue in Oreen Cove from No.3, at their meetinglast i
w Sunday at the Ponce de vile I i
aef' eight o'clock until midnight.This The Jax Fin Fans tropical I a.1u19;
Leon Hotel In St. Augustine
dance is planned for fish club extends a cordial welcome
Mrs. Milberger was accompanied -
young and old and a special Christie to all Clay County rest'
Mrs Louise
welcome la extended to Gold by
Thibault. dents who are interested in !
Star parents and parents who and Miss Irene tropical fish to enter or attend
have sons In the Armed Forces "Super-Right" Whole or ;
this show.
During the evening a corsage Say You Read It in Trophies will be awarded for Rib Half '
GtTTING CARS STARTEIf will be presented to the oldest I THE CRESCENT best in show and for first placein }

your battery la past re- couple present each class. Ribbons will be PIIID ... PORKLOINS :

tirement age, stop In today .__......._._._._.__._.__...mnnn..0'.''.' ............,.-. awarded for lit, 2nd. and 3rd. i
and let us install a new one NOW OPEN Freeman Everett place. ,
for you The best cure we New Licensed Nursing Home '(See Story,on Page 6) The show will Include the SEE'THE NEW !
24 Hour Nursing Care for Aged .. following classes: Native flab GIFT CATALOG! 41

know.LARUE'S' Registered Fireproof -, Licensed AIr-Conditioned None THWIM DON'T THINK I I Goldfish, Guppies, Bettas, XJvebeaers, Communitytank Err- Irs FREE AT MP! m49ci;

Elementary swimming lessons j jf
layers Novice community tank w
SERVICE STATION Invite Reasonable Your Inspection Ba&e8We will be given between to[ Green Coveyoungsters and, Rare or unusual fish. i e""' ; I f i
Phone 284-9108 the area For further Information write "
Road SuperRightWestern ,
808 South Colley
Junction Hwy 16 A 17 Starke Florida of 5 and 10 beginning;on Mon Mrs. Virginia,, Forsytht, nIt
Green Core Springs day.Lessons Brent 8t> Jacksonville 10, or Like Your Steaks PORKCHOPS ;
STARKE NURSING HOME will be from 4 until Mrs Jane Dunwoody, 724 Lyn- ,
0 o'clock each day. The cost ton St, Jacksonville. a Thick'or Thin IT
969-4271 H. A. Bennett, Administrator will only be the price
SHOP at HOME First Phone , of ad- All entry blanks must be In
by midnight, May 2nd. to be
Cuts at
Arthur Rivers Special
and Dawn
eligible for competition.OP Center
Powell will give the lessons
Cut '
WOMAN'S' K Your Request! IB.69c

New officers of the Orange
Park Woman's Club will be 4 to b-Ib.

MotoramaLargest LONGER! installed at a luncheon meeting DUCKS Average 39< I
on May (8 I at the Tlmuquana
I Country Club. LB.
This day has been proclaimed

Stock Ever asked to bring as many green
stamps, plaid stamps, etc. as fib.
possible for use in obtaining Ctn. 99c"SUPER
two coffee urns.
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Buy That New I Ii Walter Jack Shea Weaver, 204-9219 284-8717.or Mrs. RIGHT U PORK LOIN SLICED PORK

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Tired of ilzJing! instead/ of iTeep CHOPS Avg.

ing? Bring cool, crisp/ comfort to' CHARLEY E. BROWN 59"SUPER
Ford Services for Charley Edward
i or Mercurywhile every room of your iome'a'sjrand : Brown, 87-year-old father of

nlght-with True central air Joseph l.' " ,- '. conditioning./ Let ni analyse your Cove, were held last week in I "- RIGHT COUNTRY STYLE

] air conditioning. peach and ;,... Appllng, Oa, where he was S1AYn :
our :
Ifjr the right Trint equipmen tot burled.,Mr. Brown who had lived at T PORK BACKBONE18,49;" *
Coupo May.1
your homa ;? t itturtng you of the Mahama Bluff home of his JAN, f 1.11 1 CHEF BOY'AR-DEE QUICK :FROZEN UU-oa/ .

i I Big Spring Sale l Is On lowest the Lest vpotslble poulbIbcse, operating q1I ng'et:' coat the IOn died for at/Clay the,Memorial past, three Hospital years PIZZA. WITH! SAUSAGE 1 69,*

April 1o: feltit
on tie his eon'stisane
Call today for I freo'tttloaUiit"t ftrdayi urlle9and suN .. s1asN SUPER RIGHT VAC PAR,SLICED .-... Pkf.
**' .Ny 11.ILN a NIIYNII M,
no obligation. Vj, teNd a broken He died of
rear W.a ul. e.nA. COOKED HAM I'
complications following the ac .,. N'aa nod OAru,.. TN .1 1 59*
... 'WIRE'j Coupon JAx.1.1.11 May I, 4

:! I 'Don't Miss..It.--Come In and See. I::Ml.Mafr' .. cident.He leaves two other sons: J QUICK FROZEN IIEADLE8S'. 1.8. '

Jesse Brown, of Jacksonville; FRESH SHRIMP 89t 1
and J. E:. Brown;pf-Martinet, .
Oa; a daughter, Mrs B. L. .. MAID
Crawford! of Grove Town;Oa; plus [ 1b Ct 111,1 Fresh & Vege tables
a sister, Mrs Clara Matthewsof Nnaarl.:

r I: J. P.. Revels Ford Motorama children Charlotte, 20, N great C?! grandchildren 14 grahd-} l'aupoi sAx good faf!Ara !Lr 1 hnrg j gq.y Calicorn t J mon8.!doz. :"K>ct

ri' and three great gre*tgrandchildren. ''fw l.'t, ,.frlri.tiMct\ltnJml'{ ( '8._.. for Wte:!

i': 601 N Orange Avenue GREEN COVE SPRINGSJ ... f riarge; ,'''Imuported,; rlla"c1# GrapcH.. .1h. 3Jterwl I
;2( ;t Helm Funeral Home was In PLAID ;
j Phones;,284-3023 4-244.3. .j| For Proper,
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.. _nod.thra. Yar ,. r. rerh, t j'el low Corn.._.10 car 59ci. )
Little Classified'.u, JAX. , ..
'Briny Big Results to I -' '' i..t tyuler Hhubnrl! ?,_..."......._Ib. :2.VReg !

r ExclusiveMINIBASKET Users. 7'rll.oNe and or Super Sanitary Armour Star If-oi. Cana Minute Maid Fro en .-oc en
i see your results! I ,Napkins Pkg. of 12 TREET .. S fee SIc. LEMONADE .. l'e
NE.W! KOTEX .. , |
t\ Detergent 1-01. Bot NonFat'12qt.- ft,. lice pkg.

CLAY AI P Really Fresh 10-os.Jar AP Vacuum Pack 14-os can Nutley Colored l-lb blocks
t'lnlf\m"1O: \ "' lll.ll/JI!/ : ...;;;._ MINE
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t . ...'."" .. FILTER-FLO WASHER Greet 0t .ytteg* Apple Pies 3
i Monday tern Friday ONLY
I Box Office Open TiIS FJM.
Complete Feature As Late IONA CREAM STTLEGolden

I+ only $ Saturday and trot. BandarCratlmmM > PX._ Corn 8 c: $1.00GREEN

I 199 Weda. Than and FrL GIANT TENDERSweiPis_ .
; April I'.'It 10.w -

a, 2 43c
: MmlKEXISatwday. Lemon Juice 1.... _
I r' There's No Other REALEMON .. . .... 41e Kraft Gaiorto WIlt Weufe. Golden RiM Pre-aiicd:

May 1 Detergent Oust I'Q.bawl Sot Refrigerated lt-os Doa
t Washer Like Itl, ., "ROBINSON CRUSOE TID1 j;,,...,jj.,. ....M e tle' CHEESE 'f ,' ,.,, ?"? Ue COOKIES: ..._,.., te
ON MARS' For choking w Salads M-o '

Mint-Basket-ideal for 'laundering delicate eta die .... MaateeSma WESSON',on. .,?......., osFlelschmann'i .

I I-.1 fabrics, sweaters, blouses, and other small -'aD4 Corn Oil llbMARGARINE. 1
ii .eeta e .j NEW I !
; f :, ,4" Jo di., Saves Time/ Water and Detergent r: Pollen 1-Ib. can :--

F: : DNHRED.Oitt COFFEE ,,. ,. .. . Ue _
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PoUrs> 10-os 1 Parker
Il : washer twowa.hers in ;
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4 Water Level Selections ''3'Wasnj Cycles BUT.Klst light Meat IH-os.' .. BtiBKA

'. 3 Wash,' 2 Rinse-Temperatures" Safety Mon aid TM. CHUNK TUNA: .. .'.". lie, G ..
if Ltd Switch .; Porcelain J J.n.n> .
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Tub and Wash"Basket. ,
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'10 .. '" t i I COFFEE CAKE: 4* a10/FaMa iM queda.sea rta4ne. 79 $
,IIIi. Tipped non twirbaie .Mints IdItc
1 .I,- ) Howe A Garden Buff ....eaav.ed'e".... _
I' ,. Killer IS.-
4 .let ', TfoJe Malt General Cleclnc .and. HOTSHOT e.: |LU .
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,;<: 'VA 6 3U ..-, May 1..1.1'"4S ,Mrl If your birthday to la April, donl lariat
s'f oJ . . ''", .. ,,II asMl to renew your drrrtrs.Ap stew. ..
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.Greta Cet. FULLERTON'S Jmft Park ,.a pood Stores SIM B.,. 17.Oraa,.raft I
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