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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: May 20, 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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VOL. 39 No, 20 \ '- GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA -. THURSDAY, MAY: 20, 1965 icr Uv:( "t. ER COpy

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Huntley Credited On GCS The Non-Issues

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TEACHERS WOULD GET Drawing For Stores Bill flA. HISTOR't
Estimates of what the county's school'teschen'mtghtLet .

if the 10 per cent only on the first $50) tax on utilities .
State Rep. Louts L. Huntley WM credited last week with
gets through the Legislature and a probable referendumnext City Commission Let Top Bracket Backing
fall) range from $140,000 to $250,000. I having steered to victory a House BIU'pennltUnr retailstoresto

On top of this. County Tax Assessor Louise Smith" estimates award cash prism .in drawings.

she will add. In her current reassessment, another Huntley Brothers Food Center of which: Huntley is an Off Job Corps Hook Gave City Chance For

$1S million of taxable property. 'owner, bat been giving cash prices In drawings for several yean.
Under the present 20 mlllage rate levied for the county'sKhoois r

. and this stands st the constitutional limit . Huntley indicated this week

the new ill million would give the schools an addlUonal he was ready to Introduce legislation By Sponsor Withdrawal $50 Million In Decade t

(300,000 on top of the $4(0,000 they now get from local In two other fields.

sources. He told The Crescent that he

School officials: estimate that of every dollar they spend ;' i would introduce with State Hours before the Oreen Cove City Commission was to The Oreen Cove City Commission came within an ace

1$ cents of it BOW cornea from local sources; the .balance Sen. Charley J:. Johns a bill have voted on establishment of a Job Corps training center of being caught In a controversial Issue on Tuesday night.

from the state and federal governments. to put a 10 per cent tax (up to st Its Industrial park Electronic Communications, Inc., of Happily, as It turned out, they were able to vote unanl-

*- $50 In each category) on all St. Petersburg, withdrew Its sponsorship of the project. moiuly In favor of Youth . white and native that ia

"JTJST VALUE" ASSESSMENTS) ; utilities except water It Is believed Oreen Cove City Manager Ben Zellner told officials of , and to I leave the inference among the,40-odd persona
that levying of such a there little chance the Commission would present they were In favor of such other staples as mother. i
week ECI was or no
Sentinel last
The Orlando tackled the
cloudy question N. tax would have to face a local hood clean living dairy workers and the newly poor.
of what the INS Florida Legislature had In mind endorse .the plan. I
referendum, probably in No- There was a slight hitch that threatened to wash all
when it apparently called for Just value" assessments and vember. ECI'g: action virtually kills any chance that such a facility this down the drain. Fortunately, the embarrassed guffaws

proportionately reduced millsges. If The Sentinel did not He also said he is preparing may be located In northeast Florida.It drowned it all out.
precisely clarify the l Issue, it brought out a few new point.: had been estimated that such a facility would have
a bill seeking creation of an It wss 1.1to City Manager Ben Zellner to tell them they
The Sentinel sums up the meaning of Section 1934)3) interim committee to study the dumped something- like $50 million Into local tills within need not stand up and be counted on the question of a

Florida Statutes, as saying: "If assessments (based on feaiiblllty of a plan to curb a decade.. Job Corps training center.
"Just value") go up.mlllagea must come down to and Including competitive teachers salaries Oreen Cove' candidacy as a sits for a Job Corps training The coat, Mr. Zellner said, was prohibitive. Officials of
back to February when a representative of
the years 1973-73. In the state. goes Electronic Communications, Inc. said It might cost $3 million
the Northrop Corp. worldwide space age manufacturer
However The Sentinel points out Florida Attorney Gen Huntley said that Inasmuch to put the unused facilities at the de-activated naval
spoke before of Oreen Cove businessmen. Northropwas
eral Earl Faircloth, In an advisory opinion to Florida Superintendent as the state now pays approximately a group base In shape Later, members of the Commission heard
st that time backing a raw'ground site within the
of Public Instruction Thomas D. Bailey, says "It 71 per cent of alt such Peter Novak, director of the Bradford County Development

ain't so." tale ..,. Hsntley salaries, the state should art up Standing compound Authority, say that while a Job Corps training center at
The Oreen Cove business community was told then to
Faircloth bases his opinion on an appended proviso provlding uniform teacher pay schedules proposal and that a decision was looked for Camp Blandlng would cost three times that much they were.till

an alternative for the budget years 196344 and 196465 which would prevent the rich within prepare a matter of weeks. In the running and wanted the facility If they could

which would enable a taxing authority (the County Commission er counties from luring good a get It.
afterwards Dr. Russell Jensen, president of theClaJ'
ONE LITTLE: WORD teachers from the coun In to Novak's plea Duncan Oroner editor of The
) to Increase the mUlage as much as 10 per cent poorer Chamber of Commerce named a committee to reply ,
County ,
In those After that Faircloth ties. Any such statewide schedule Crescent said his newspaper would henceforth support fully
years. opines Chapter 129. What's In a word promote the Green Cove site. Individual members of the \
he said, should take into the handing site because he agreed with Oreen Cove City
Florida Statutes (for county commissions) places no express
One word In this week's Committee were unanimous In their endorsement of the
account such factors as local Manager Zellner that Green Cove "1s not ready for this
limitation on millages: and Chapter 237, Florida Statutes -
held they voted to
Crescent that causes us lOIn.embarraum.nt plan but at the only meeting they ever
(for school boards) "1Hma to provide the possible! coats of living, education and duel action until the Blending site was rejected. sort of progress. !J
Increase of school budgets uoaer the direction of the state consists of length of service. Scarcely pad members of the Commission perceptibly'relaxed
, Crescent learned from
- only two letters. but we wish Late Jr3rboaqThe ''
According to report from .1wri lire Clifford Geiger Jr. confronted them
(of schools ,
superintendent wberw tbe'ne.d is treat and
It had three. of both the. Office of Economic Opportunity a and the Job
the constitutional limit on mlllsgee has not been reached." Tallahassee Huntley's maiden with a fervent and, perhaps, too forthright plea to take.
Corps that Blandlng was not under consideration as a
Turn to the Clayton speech In the Florida lower stand On State Rep. Louis Ifunlley's bill to tax all publlo
The Sentinel asks the present Legislature to take another
and The Crescent then moved to put Oreen Cove on the
Revels page ad In this Issue house faced the powerful opposition utilities (except water) for the county's publlo school .,.
look at these statutes sad clarify.
Job Corps' agenda for an on site survey, \
and you'll find the line of State Rep Julian tem. Mrs. Geiger was so forthright as to allow the Commission -
-*- U. a Senators Harry Flood" Byrd, of Virginia; J. William !
"PIKST In New Car SaI..1n8even Bennett, of Bay County, said to endorse the tax or to oppose It. ft
Fulbrliht, of Arkansas; and Thomas J. Dodd, of Connecticut -
TEACHERS BOTCOTT Monthel"It to be one of the Legislature'stop "Mr. Huntley has not contacted this body and we don't
all 'Intervened personally with Sargent Shrlver directorof
should read "FIRST In debaters. know anything about the proposed tax What about the
Public school tee4hen in Oklahoma which pays its the Office of Economic Opportunity, and Dr. Otis Single-
New Car Sales for Seven Florida law prohibits the additional funds that will be required next year," one member
public school teachers an average annual salary of $5,160 tsry, director of the Job Corps, In behalf of the Green Cove
last week voted four to one to boycott the schools next fall Months! awarding of cash for drawingsof asked bet
Bee the difference T this and also site.The "But." Mrs. Geiger Interposed, "you said" and she
Clay County teachers ret an average annual salary of type prohibits result of this was an on-site survey made six weeks I
$5,153.37. Both figures are approximately $1,100 under the There's an old Journalistic residents from entering* national ago by an Industrial engineer representing the Job Corps. pointed st one of the City Commissioners "you said this I

national average and close to $2,000 under what. 1s paid, on, saying to the effect thata contests where cash On his visit to Oreen Cove's Industrial park he said he county will never develop unless ws have liquor In here"

the average In Dade and Broward counties. lawyer's mistakes go behind prizes are awarded The bill had been Instructed to survey for an (00 man Job Corps For a moment there was an ominous silence and then
would aim eliminate this her words were drowned by the hearty guffaws of all the
bars a doctor's mistakes pro-
Most of Oklahoma's 33.000 public school teachers are training center locally

reported to have taken a holiday to attend a "Boycott" go underground, but vision for national contests. Soon after his departure and report to the Job Corps, commissioners.
Huntley Mrs. Geiger had no more to except that she was
meeting which was In turn, boycotted by Oklahoma Oov. sn editor's mistakes go forth argued that Wisconsin The Crescent was contacted by the office of Senator OoorgsBmathrrs. say
Henry Bellmoa A statewide movement to Increase the for everyone to .*.. and Florida were the only herself a tee-totaler.
states with this And then the body's supreme moment arrived.
state's sales tax for teacher's salaries was recently defeated. However there's no mistaking prohibition. lie Senator Bmathers reported the Florida congressional
said there Hiving abrogated the Issue of a Job Corps training
Adoption would have given teachers a salary Increase of the enthusiasm If..nerat.d was no difference in delegation was determined to secure a Job Corps training
awarding cuh than center and satisfied Itself I It need not take a stand on the
a prise giving
approximately $1,000 annually. by the Clayton' Revels center la the state and further It was their wish that It
merchandise the utility tai since Louis Huntley had not told them about it,
as merchandise
sales record In the Chrysler- might be sponsored and operated by a Florida corporation
the Commission allowed Eddie: Taylor to stand
could be
sold up.
for cash.A young
Plymouth sales offices. C. 8. It was through the auspices of Senator Bmathers thatEJl'Ctronle
THE "VOCAL MWOtmr cash prtee also assures the He was for. a day camp His father, Commissioner Edward
Osburn, southern area sales : Communications entered the picture. Two Vice
According to the esteemed Bradford County Telegraph! manager of the Chrysler* winner of full value in contests presidents of the company msde an Initial visit to Green B Taylor, wondered out loud whether dairy workers

a "vocal minority" In Keystone Is opposing establishmentof Plymouth division In Allan Of this type he said Cove and a week later, L. W, Wllley, vice president In and other families with five or six children could stand the

a Keystone-Starke Airport Authority "as a deep-dyed ta, has wired )lr, Revels his Bennett offered several chant of operations, returned to begin an extensive surrey $3 a week charge He volunteered to pay' (13 a week to help

plot . to make the (Keystone) airport available as a congratulations for being amendments to the bill one of of the Industrial park's unused facilities. "Ingldun children through the camp

site for the proposed Job Corps training center" first In new car registrations which would have required a Last week at the request of City Manager Den Zellner The commission voted unanimously to support the camp.

Says The Telegraph editorially. : "We feel this unfair and volume ek in Clay person need not be present to he returned to meet with the City' Commission with which The It, vote cams after Burch Stump! said he heartily favored

attack on the motive of those who are seeking do something County for over seven win a price. All of the amendments h.spent close to two hours going over details of the project
eonatrucUve with the Keystone ArporJIMt. another months. "Please express my were brsten. A straw poll run last week by The Crescent: was pilingup In oilier business, the results as of Tuesday afternoon

example of what lengths a few hardcore obstructionists best wishes to your entire "I can. see where this bill at IS to one majority at midweek In favor of establish* of The Crescent poll on whether or not the people of Green

win go to win their point. If traced to its source, this latest staff for this outstanding would open up lotteries la retail Inf'a' of a training center In Green Cove. Cove favored or did not want a Job Corps training center,

propaganda barrage would doubtless stem from the same sales eccompU hront." he stores all over the state. ECI eleventh hour Withdrawal thus relieved the City' were presented to City Manager Zollnar with the request

ones who have a long history of opposition to other forward telegraphed. Bennett .,.1Itd. The Bill was Cummlwion ef the Beceaalty of going on record for or that members of the City Commission be apprised of the
straw ballot. The vote close
was to 20 to one In favor of
looking projects." Passed by the hour 17 D. against the project.
the project, Mr Zellner put UM ballots In his pocket.

Smile It's Official
The county has received a check for $13,000 as Its shareof Summer School

the May race track tax fund distribution, according to ,

State. Comptroller Ray E. Green This brings the county's

hake for the fiscal year to $344.000 $12,000 more than tUHUT".Y: ing at the close of the 6-weekg 4 I
had been distributed this tune but year. Superintendent Jesse P. session will be determined by I"

Tynee announced that the stammer the progress made. I

Instructional There will be no tuition
charge to the
pupils enrolled.-
would Include
: lo units each at
Approximately 3.443 residents of the county . more the Charles I. lUnnell Elementary Parents may be sated to purchase

thaa 1$ per cent . are getting more than $1,7(5,000 annually School and the hinge Individual supplies for

la old age, suivlvoii and disability benefits according Perk n: >m nlary SUiuol./ The any child enrolled, and to furninh -
to R. B. Donaldson, Social Security district maiM er Orarwe transportation.Please .
Park: cl I.a will serve
ta Jacksonville.The the Orange park and Duciors: check with )'our.hlkf.

figure which represents a rise of 9 per cent from Inlet area, and the ela .. at s teacher and principalfor

the same period last year, .Is attributed to changes la Social the Itonnetl School will serve further" Information. In

Security laws aa well as to a growth of our aged population, the Green Cove firings and addition to the Instructional

Donaldson Mid Mlddleburg. arts. progrsm, the Libraries of both'

More people he said could draw Social Security benefits There will be a class In. remedial schools win be open for public
'.. use on Monday of each week.
U they knew more about the law. reading and class. for
from 9 00-13 00 and 1:00-
The national payment ta theee categories covers 11 Je-kae-MaavUle'i net (IIIM.e Hears feetl, Or... CeveTrieste alp Meg. .....&.4 sad flee** said .k* toped. .. Seal anrtkrrMe remedial !work .In Arithmetic 300.

million! person which receive payments totaling close to pipe ,UM Ihla veek .*... II ffirUI) wbea a ..>.estesi see ...l....,.. Jet .,fen are U W Ma4 In .....,..Wr, and pnaaibly. Language and A

'I' bIWoD. wee belated. e. Ue treat bwa> Mees,... shier Ski.P .. M....tUI.. It beesew hews Ikal Site J..... MsgelreTemsfe Spoiling at both schools deignaUd. -

The following table shows the number of county beneficiaries. ....ere was take, a kaaineae t-M alga went ep en ,Ale she. has Wen a ewretar le Carl IW>..... ItoUaPis To be enrolled In these JtMOR A nSfoa moil

type of payee and the total annual distribution: weal site ef the .Ua>! lever, fating llie..., IT.B duel aalee Maaaier, hat b*.. Ira*'frrre4 .. J tie claw, the pupil. will have to Summer School classea will

.l Ikat was Me .... Jack ll **e, Plat Manager ... Order H.o4ttmt ') $. .... .b Mag ..ese.4 4 h Mn. Kalklte be rtcwnm-nd.1: l by lhlr teacher be laughs In the Orange Park

Group )rOo Beneficiaries Annual Payments ae.aee4 that bMlaOabe* ef the ,..,'. U hty ......W Writ a.. ale ef tint. ('.... and principal High School: beginning Monday

Retired . . 1313 UMjOOO aueUaefT .. stew e4.f war sad Is ess* le4 U be _.Me4fer Gerald A. ....... ef Fasts, has lees sewed .. ,Ale CUaM will b*.lr 01 June Jjiu 14. from 1:45: a.m12:00:

Wife or Huabaad . . . . 347 160.000 BfWaetkMi by CM. 1$. Offke *.. e ,la She ttasrt will ,...c', Aeeeeetl.ghp. 14. from 9 09 am. ,1230pm., pm. and continuing through I
be --.4e.< . eight private "fleee, tee geawral) .,lice. lime MM ,Ale 7tVre4 Phil win "'ee4 re Iii ..1114..f and eoaltoue through July 23. July 33.Ctuuee.
Widowo Widower) . 1(3 140,000)
. wtlhU the seal I.. weU. Traewie s4ee .._n,. Tke Pleat at .. klkly ........4 Daily attendance, except Incase In the following sub I

Mothers and Children . 414 3I3JDOO Ilea,. said general hg fee plait who will WgU ea IbM jea emeeeyee win de Ikie where. II wield luvete ......,... of sickness, win be required Ject areas win be offered:

Disabled and Dependent 310 160,000 a etketfalrd ..... the tint week la J.... A..Balleeis a.. .. .. II a e.ea4e age. since the pupil's stand (Continued On Page ..Jru"u. 1


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PAGE TWO QUaU( County(! Crescent THURSDAY MAY 10, 1885

flltay( touutg Crescent! i ? '

r \ pottikker Why Pray I (Q\\\f)\\\ irmrfW] : I IBy \

DR. GEOBGE P. HOWARDDr. Sheriff Jennings
Both the County and the'Oreen Cove City Commission
PVIUIMID EVUT THURSDAY t. 9. IOU tl Sri CnCIT f tU. INC. today face a great number of problems, affecting each of us, Ood enters bur lives opens from Do you, as a'motorist, know whatto
Cmui Covi SraiNM.' FLORIDA that transcend the election of any man or woman. And as our tide, and prayer ,if the do when you see a flashing red signal
TtllPHONl GCS (84-3168 we grow that shall continue to be'Increasingly: true. lifting of the latch. God needs '
Do know
lieom CUM POITAII PAID At (mill Cow .,.,.... FKHIM' The solution to these Issues cannot be resolved on the our prayers to make it possiblefor at an Intersection you the
ONE TEAR IN SUBSCRIPTION ADVANCE .RATES SAO basis that if you do nothing you cannot be criticized. That Him to give us His best. 3k0 difference between a flashing red signal
TWO TEASeS It: ADVANCE .. if you never take a stand on a controversial issue you may There are things we cannot t and flashing yellow signal?
succeed in being re-elected until the end of time. give others until they want '
The answer to the' question of whether ,the people of them and feel the need of ,t_ Florida statutes call a flashing red
Green Cove want a Job Corps training center'/' in their them. All parents know this signal! a stop signal not a pause sig
It Should BeState midst. with 1U multi-milllon dollar payroll and Its concomitant A by bitter experience. They can nal. A flashing yellow signal. is a "cau
responsibilities . was not an easy one. The give their children food and tion" signal.
Rep. Louis L. Huntley let It be known this week burden of the question could very easily have been taken clothing without their asking
that he will Introduce legislation to aid the school crisis off the City Commission's back had there been any demandon them. But the best things can- A ) The law says "when a red lens is
and to equalize school teachen' salaries throughout the the part of any one of the four candidates for the City not be given to them till they illuminated with rapid intermittent
state . a move to eliminate the competitive bidding; for Commission that the matter be put on a ballot; even a want them. We cannot give
Howard flashes, driven . aha11 stop before
teachers that now inflicts the poorer counties of the state. separate ballot across the room from the one on which the them advice, nor a real education Sheriff
After Mr Huntley's efforts In behalf of cash prizes in four candidates ran. But all four of them dodged the Emerson once said, "All men until they desire them. Murrhee entering the nearest crosswalk at an
drawings, this Is all to the good. Issue, presumably, I would suppose In the hope it would not pray. Every prayer if answered. But prayer la more than petition intersection or at a limit line when marked, or, If none,
There are many other pressing problems among those rise again. Take heed how ye pray." : it Is appreciation; it if then before entering the intersection, and THE RIGHT
he represents: But it did. What he meant was that the capacity of admiring and TO PROCEED SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE RULES
On the utility tax for an increase in Aachen salaries, And the answer became even more hard simply becauseno sometimes the only real prayers feeling reverence in the presence AFTER MAKING A STOP AT A STOP
he has blown hot and cold. The matter was resurrected last one knows, I think, whether a majority of the peopleof we offer are the expressions of the best. It puts ui in
week by a group of irate teachers and parents and as a the community want such a training center or don't of our noisy desires, or the a mood to perceive the won SION."
result, the County Commission, following the lead of the want it. It was made more difficult because there is in the clamor of some selfish ambi- der and beauty of the world.
On the other hand when a yellow light flashes at
l Ejchool} Board, went on record favoring imposition of the tax. entire county a leadership vacuum. Even the man on the tion. We get what we want, Prayer is fellowship with our ,
Passage of enabling legislation may further require a street Is or has been unwilling to commit himself; that Is and with it "leanness of soul" fellowmen as well as with God. an intersection, "drivers of vehicles may proceed throughthe
constitutional amendment or a local referendum. Meanwhile, with a few exceptions, those who passionately hate colored William Crews, chaplain of It Is a creative force; it Is not Intersection or past such signal ONLY WITH CAU-
there are indications the county school system may be 50 people and believe we whites may be overwhelmed and destroyed the New Mexico Legislature, In only communion, but renewal; TION."
teachers short of what is required next fall. by them. And so I believe that except In a secret an opening session, prayed: not only .intercourse, but rec
On the county's shake from the state In the matter of ballot it would be next to impossible to determine_the real "Almighty God, we who spend reation.
Camp Standing. The Crescent has often shown that the feelings, if any, of the voters $10,000 for a bus so our children Prayer is adoration and ;
state of Florida is earning a substantial profit every year, The County Commission last week shied away from will not have to walk to praise. It is listening; sometimes
from duPont Company royalties and other sources, in Its taking a stand on the Issue on the theory the proposedsite school, and then budget $100? we are more in the spirit
ownership of Blanding The state contributes to the county is owned by the City. 000 for a gym so that they cm of prayer as we wait quietly in
the annual sum of $25,000 in lieu of taxes , a preposterously "We don't get along with the City Commission," one of exercise, do now seek Your the presence of God than whenwe
low amount. the County Board members observed guidance In all matters, that think that by our much 59 6l111u1 eL'cLEANI3Bj
On 4-lanlng Klllway 17, and getting the project top I knew this to be the case, though I wonder why it Your creation might be used speaking God will hear us more
priority as quickly as the people of the state vote on it must endure. with wisdom for the welfare of readily. There may be prayer
in November The United States Government, In Certain matters of Your people. Amen." without conscious speech.
mutual interest, works hand-in-hand with the Soviet Union.It Prayer la religion In exercise; Prayer means that at last
isn't as if one of these two local bodies were Socialist and it is the inner communion of God gets His chance with us.
the other Ocldwater Republicans There Is a community of the human spirit with God. Does He sometimes say "I wishI
Around and About Interest: solid progress growth, social and political develop It is the effort of the human could reach that man?" SIS N. Orange Avenue GREEN COVB SPRINGS

I ment, better schools,, highways and secondary roads, better soul to enter into fellowship Paul felt he had been "arrest .
by HUGH SMITH police and fire protection, better standards Of living anda with the soul of the Universe.It ed" by God and he longed to -

As usual, the boys In Tallahassee the great state of Florida.All hundred other items in 'which both bodies, must have a is an attempt to come into "apprehend,that for which I -
are upping the price of this they can dobut Vital and urirent concern. perfect harmony with the will have been apprehended of
hooch, gas and boats. In fact, they cannot remove or get re The feud, if it Can be so characterized, between the of God. God." It is within the soul Helm
they are putting so many do's moved, logs floating in the Board of County Commissioners and the Oreen Cove City The lowest rung in the ladder I that God makes Himself known,
and don'ts on the boat owners river, stumps floating in the Commission, long ante-dates the hassle two years ago over of prayer Is petition Jesus not In arguments."In .
he is about ready to scuttle river or anything else floating ownership of the deactivated navy base at Oreen Cove, Impressed on us Ood'i willing the cool of the day,
the thing and be done with it. In the river that could and It may or may not have its origins in the struggle between ness to rive God walks in the garden of the Funeral Home
Last year or the year before, does..:. smash the boatowner's those who were once supposed to have been politically "Ask and ye shall receive." heart," "Be still and know
the do-gooders got together and craft to pieces or maybe snaga controlled by John Hall on the one side and those who If we who are sinful and whose I that I am God" 'J Mi CHARLES IIELM
figured out a way to sell a lot skier and take a leg off When are supposed to be politically controlled by Walter Odumon lives are a patchwork of love Nothing U so strong as a man
of plastic numbers, anchors, this happens, we break out the the other. and selfishness, leap at the who feels he If weak and prays Funeral Director.
lines for anchors and a pieceof boat anchor, line for the an From a political point of view, I don't believe John Hall chance of helping our children, 'Then let us pray.
paper cut in the shape of chor, boat paddle, cushions and today controls anyone. From a political point of view I how much more will God Hi / Phone 2S4-0G96
Florida life preservers stand or doubt that Walter Odum controls very much. even knows what it Is we need
This year they are selling swim, if able, at attention while If it U true that countywide political control by either before we ask Him. Say You Head .It in GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDAnwr.
life the fish fuzz inspects our regis John Hall or Walter Odum Is a figment of someone'i imagination Then why pray?
preservers, rear view mirrors TIn: CItESCEXT u EAST r. o. BOX U'
and a trailer tag that tration, boat numbers and the I cannot justify the continuing feud between two Because the door by which

doubled in price. One personality little piece of paper in the .Important.n.. .... ._..local.......political Uh< _'_bodies LO L and 0 though. ,.a few_ pine for
shape of the UIB ""u'D0 migni nave Seen in the
who represents somebody, great state of Oreen Cove
wants two people in a boat Florida. industrial park if It had been owned by the state, that is
one to observe and one to drive Personally, I am as madas a dead issue The city owns it and, I would say, Is doing
hops at these half-acre pretty well with it.
1 ell, this is the guy I would But this is
not Have
admirals and wish them many all Peace of Mind
Hike to get behind
my boat voters as unhappy as I am. The fact Is, I believe, in Its Interests and aspirations .. -
bBQtituffed to a ski rope and
Furthermore, I will lay seven the county is balkanlzed to a point where it l Is nearly Impossible
).lashe to a barrel stave at 30
to five that not one of these for us to move as a team. When you add to that
knots 011I a windy day. boat lawmakers and tax-getters the fact there is no real leadership anywhere in the county,
Of coune, these bill Introducers can ski, swim or fish. I do not either from a political or business point of view, we had
Are simply looking out believe they care one whit almost as well divide the county and cede its segments to
tor the safety of their people whether I am safe and happyin Duval, Bradford and Putnam. TAXDeductibtof
*nd I appreciate it. The reason Except for tax ,
my boat or not 10 long assessments and secondary roads, Key
I Appreciate it is because as they can get their greedy stone Is, to all Intents and purposes, a community of Brad !
the prcplt who elected these little fingers in the pot my ford County UK SAFE rnoTKCT
do-gopder6 are simple in the taxes and licenses fees are Orange Park, whose high society consider themselves t

first place and obviously need channeled Into before the split. among Jacksonville's elite, Is by no means unified. I hoar :- YOUR
looking after Most of us are migrants from members of the Town Commission up there cussing their DJPOSITBOXESn
Now It must be understood, some state that was as dry as brethren in a singularly convincing way. '
Dear Reader, the monies taken a popcorn belch and the reason Mlddlcburg Is just beginning to emerge from Its periodof VL.IY SAFR VALUABLES
in from the little piece of paper we came to Florida was to mourning for its dead past and I find Ita spirit of growth ,
in the shape of Florida go seek our fortunes busk In her and identity stimulating
for the upkeep of game pre sunny clime and enjoy the And In Oreen Cove I would say we are not so much
serves, natty uniforms for fish magnificent oceans, lakes and riven as apathetic. The issue of a Job Corps training cen
fuzz and $3,000 boat rigs for streams.If ter has been allowed to drag with no one taking much ..
fish fuXz ,to ride in. They can we are to be taxed out of leadership in any way beyond the nay.sayers whose ,
chase and catch any little rig one of the greatest pleasures voices have mostly been pitched in the direction of the
we are able to afford, circle us Florida has to offer or so fence-sitters.
at full speed, close haul u* for hamstrung with our craft thatit In the bridging of these chasms I would say the Committee
inspection of registration, boat becomes more trouble than It of 1 sot us back two decades; and I say that reluctantly We Lave recently added another section of
paddle, anchor, line for anchor is worth then let's give It because I supported It fully until 1 was asked to become SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES;
cushions, life preservers and back to the Seminoles and buy its rubber stamp.
boat numbers and the little a canoe All we will need then It was so disastrous, I submit, no one is willing to try Awhich are available to anyone interestedin
piece of paper In the shape of will be a paddle.ATTENTION gain to do what it claimed to be for fear It might happen this service Come in and sec us.

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But It Is not too late and if anything Is to be done to
heal the wounds and silence the old grudges and stifle the
old passions it will be done by the business and professional '
men and women of the county And it will be done Rent One Today !
GREEN COVE SPRINGSand through a wide open and agressive countywide Chamber
of Commerce, a group that meets often and decides Its
Views on the pressing local Issues and then goes out and
sells these views to the people, or to as many as can be
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The Rev. Thomas E. Cuttlno, FOUNDER'S CIRCLE
and Mrs. Prank Jones she visited her son, Frank Pen- pastor of the First Baptist Mrs M. B. Argo was Installed :
and their daughter Marsha, Icy, and her grandchildren Church of Quincy Florida will as president of the Founders
pent the week-end In Tallahassee Steele and Joannle. While these be the speaker at revival services : : Circle of the Oreen Cove Victim Held LocallyServices .1
where they attended a she also accompalned her son to be conducted at the Springs Oarden Club at a
reunion of the Van Landlngham on a business trip to the Bahamas Orange Avenue Baptist Church meeting last Tuesday morning
family. and the Virgin Islands. May lt-21. at the home of Mrs. Chauncejr for George Huson erts threatened to pull him
Roberta,, who was drowned in under In a frantic fight to curvice
Mr. Cuttlno Is a native of __ Moore.
a boating accident in the St. he pushed him off.
Mrs. T. J. Wells spent week Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Neth studied at the Citadel one year Other officers Installed were: Johns River last Wednesday
visiting her' Charleston. South Carolina. He Mrs. Charles Miller, vice president The men are said to have
and brother- of Oettsburg Pa., spent some afternoon, were held MondayIn
and graduated from the College ; Mrs. J. E. Carswell. recording been In the water'approalmate
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carl NI. time recently with their brother St. Josephs Roman Catholic
chola at Lake Placid Florida, and atster-in-law, Mr. and Mrs of Charleston with a secretary; Mrs. John Church, Green Cove, on Monday ly one and one half hours before
also Mr. and Mrs W. J.' Johnston Joseph Neth. Bachelor of Science degree. He Hendricks, corresponding secretary Blocker and Atkins were
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton received his Bachelor of Divinity ; Mrs. C. D. Bowles,, Roberts rescued by Mr. and Mrs. George
a commercial
Poodah of Tampa. degree and Master of treasurer; and Bonnie 'Dean Krelssle, of Palatka. By this
Lloyd Klnner has returned to Theology from Southern Baptist Baker, reporter. fisherman, was a resident time Roberts had gone to the

Us borne In Milwaukee. Wise. Seminary, In Louisville\ Mrs. W.W. Ivey, a past president of Orangedale.Robert's bottom. When the Kretssles
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Simons after spending three weeks with Kentucky.Mr. installed the officers body was found Saturday rescued Blocker he directed
returned recently from Bay his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cuttlno has been pastorof with appropriate advice and floating In two feet of them to Atkins who had drifted
Village, Ohio, where she visited Charles Klnner.LA. the First Baptist Church In presented each officer with a water\ In front of the home of downstream approximately halfa
her family during her fathers Quincy, since 1958 The church Park Girls corsage. Edward Van Wagenen. Mrs mile,
illness. Ed Saunders, who is has just completed a 350000. Orange Mrs. Argo conducted a business Van Wagenen, attracted by the Roberts leaves two brothers,
stationed at Patuxent, Md., sanctuary. Mr. Cuttlno served meeting at which plans sound of a hovering Navy helicopter Charles Roberts and Mirk '
Mrs. Clark W. Wager returned spent several days last week as chaplain for the Boy Awards At OP Lions Court were discussed for the coming that had Just Joined the Roberts both of Orangedale; I f
search operation went to her
recently from a two with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Scout Jamboree In Valley year three sisters, Mrs. Irene Aln-
week trip to Puerto Rico where Tracy Saunders. Forge, Pennsylvania, was selected At noon a covered dish lunch lawn and saw the body In the scough, of Orangedale; Mrs.
as the outstanding young By VIRGINIA ROGERS son, and Kathleen Freeman. eon was served to the fifteen water Marie Donahoo, of Switzerland;
man In Oadsden County in Girl Scouts and Brownies of Those receiving their Brown members present According to the office of and Mrs. Martina Carter, of 1
| Otters to Ebitnr 1959 and has served as president Orange Park held their annual ie wings and Scout pins were: Sheriff Jennings Murrhee, approximately West Palm Beach. r,
tlye of the Oadsden County' Court of Awards last night at Jayne Allred. Carol Dickinson, yea, Hillary Byrne, Rebecca 50 persons participated Burial was in the Hewson
Mental Health Association. He the Orange Park Lions Club Jane Elliott, Debbie Gregory, Cannon, Debra Carter Nancy In the search, Including family cemetery In Orangedale.
10 one Lresceni: and to give rum a chance to ex is a member of the Exchange : which sponsors all four troops. Christine Hayden Patricia Nil Edmunds, Linda Eulenfeld representatives not only of his i Helm Funeral Home was In
I read of the victorious de plain. Club and a director of the Mrs. V. T. Reynolds leader, son. Melody Plckens, and Laura Kriston Fitzgerald Jeanne office and of the Navy, but also charge of arrangements.
bate our freshman representative According to an article in the Oadsden County Chamber of I and Mrs Eugene Allen, assist Robson., Oeyer, Linda Kelly, Robin of the Green Cove Boat Dub
engaged in last week Times-Union dated May 14, Commerce. He has served I ant leader, of Brownie Troop The leader of Junior Scout t Kllnker, Carol LaSage Lu Ann the County Civil Defense the
while representing the peopleof Huntley steered to passage a three years on the Florida I 43, presented a one year service Troop 177, Mrs Ray Bradley,, Lawton Kathleen Martin, Roxanne State Highway Patrol, the State Dl'NBAR SPONSORS WCTU
State Mission Board and has' pin and and her assistants, Mrs. W. H. Poulos, Conservation Drptv and the
Clay County In the State bill to permit retail stores to Friendship pin to Marilyn Shipp, SPEECH CONTEST
Legislature.My award cash prises In drawings.The appeared on several Florida I the following Brownies: Mary Houston and Mrs. Robert Stud. Barbara Stephens\ Becky Stephens Florida Game De|>t.
Interest was aroused to article also stated that Baptist Convention programs. Beth Allen Mufftt Ollllland her, presented achievement t I Gay Stollrnwerck, Patrt- The Sheriff' said Roberts left Last week, the annual WCTU
think he had said something Florida law prohibits such at In 1980 he made a four week Zanna Cannon Babe Heasry, badges to: Beverly Bradley, ibis Watson, Kelley White, Oreen Cove Wednesday afternoon Speech Contest was held at
that was reported.My the present. tour of South America to visit Jennifer Lewis. Allison Ann Cindy Chester, Lisa Chipman, Joan Womack, and Susan In a power boat owned Dunbar High School. For this
wonderment came from My questions are: missionaries and mission stations. Relos. Cheryl Schultz, Klmberly Claris Davis. Mickey Davis, Youngkln. by' Joe Blocker to go to his contest, which centers around
considering our representativehad His church has recently White,, Nlckle Sue Payne, and Cecilia Dew, Guyle Dickinson, Also receiving badges. were Orsngedale home. With the two temperance and total abstinence
become a "Oreat Debater." 1. Considering he as a retail voted to send him on a tour of Margaret Money. Erin Eulenflrld. Carol Ann the following Scouts who are was Vince Atkins. has been carried on witha
But most of all my astonishment store operator may'hare beenin the Holy Land in July of this. Receiving Brownie wings anda "Ferguson Laura Heasey, TerrIlillyard r advancing to Cadette Scouting; Blocker later told authoritiesthe great degree of success. The
violation of this law by his I I
rose when I read the fine actions year. Scout pin In recognition of Oail Houston, AudrLavarlo Pe Phoebe Olden, Jody Richards, boat struck a high wave winners In this year's contest \
past such violation
print and discover what the Jim Oouge. minister of musicat "flying up" to Junior Scouting Debbie Mauldin, Lol.MIll.r Both Rogers, and Terri Sue and captlzrd Slacker and were Mary Milton and Joyce
due to Ignorance or design
great debate was all about. ? the Woodstock Park Baptist were the following: Mrllasa Candy Randall, VlckiRhodes 1 Cannon. I Roberts clung to tilt boat while Pope. Others to finish high in
Now before I accuse our representative Church of Jacksonville will Davis, Janet Ko chak, Oayle Joanne Shea. Nancy Mistress of ceremonies for I Atkins attempted to swim the voting were Robert Snail.
unjustly I want to 2. Would he be a party of a direct the revival music. You Prevatt, Angela Reynolds Nan Stadler Terri Totten and Susan the Court of Awards,, to which ashore Catherine Dowden, Queene
make sure I am reading right curious crew which puts a reverse are Invited to worship with us cy Samples Patricia Wllcox ZaJIchek. ill parents were Invited, waa Blocker said that when Rob Sapp and Susan Forman.
twist In passing es post young men Services will begin Paula Stiles, Laura Jackson, Also receiving badges w.rethe Mrs. Zachary Martin Olrl
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE facto laws that makes legal a and to hear these outstanding and Debbie Bostdorf. following Scouts who art Scout Neighborhood chairman

SOCIETY crime! each evening at 7.SO: pjn. Brownie Troop S94, led by moving up to Cadette Scouting: for Orange Park and NAB
Cor. E.: Houten St. a I call on him to clear the air Mrs. David L. Hayden, Mrs Holly Blobee, Jackie Bowen Cadette Scouts also participatedIn Don Pool'sntrrana
N. Magnet! Ave. of any misunderstanding by Max Dickinson and Mrs. Henry Sandra Demister, Donna Lang In program, which ended
GREEN COVE SPRINGSFLORIDA reporting his position and past I Births Robson with assistants Mrs. Icy, Sue Liter, Linda Lorentsvn.Celesta with refreshments served by cow LAUNDRY
action. Walter A. Weaver and Mr Lynch, Courtney Mc each Troop. Pateetie a Rewteo. Green Om
I ask him to announce his I Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Davis John Nelson also presented Millan, Nancy Nichols, SucySchoene
Mar U. WJSa plans on legislation affecting of Orange Park, announce the service and Friendship pins to: and Linda Smith BILLS Oven 14 Bern Every Day
'je ti the county and give the people birth of a son weighing 7 Ibbs.! Linda Hall, Laurie Ann Bentley Junior Olrl Scout Troop SOI: PIBee Plealtt 14e1heaDesMe
SOUL AND BODYA a chance to discuss them even 4 os. on May, at St. Vincents Ellen Carver, Cheryl Eudaly. leaden Mrs M. D. Womack Hell things you no longer ....... He I.-.... Untie UaAst Pie
In the last hours of a dying Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Davishave Marine Mauldln, Rhonda and Mrs. Chailes M. Rogers use through Inexpensive rtaff DIrt INKTKBTBODT
cordial .ttaU... Is extend'd legislature. two daughters Ann, 6, I I Stephens\ Tanya Weaver, Patricia presented achievement badges Classified ads and let quick WXLCOsflt
*d attend ear servleea Harold Hill and Laurtn 4. Bannister, Kim OllllamfaCHURCH to the following. ; Barbara Brl-I cash. Call OC8 3188 now

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r Jack and Jill Picnic BE SURPLUS SOLD AT GOODS NAS TO 40 Ibs. In 40 MinutesA Outdoor Project how does ,

Are you In the market for r '

office machines and furniture? Combines Skill do[}[] d

I I M f How some fire about extinguishers a jeep engine These or and SciencePlanning \\1@OOrn O R

and many more handy Items
growl o.
are among the wide variety of and planting a garden garden "

used merchandise to be sold Is i perennial task of 4II
Club members. Last year nearly
at a spot bid sale beginning at 212,000 garden flourished under

10 o'clock next Thursday at the green thumb of 4-H boys
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta and girls."
e With spring well along and 1 ,e
tion.The ; summer just ahead, the 1869
sale la open to the general ,; '
national 4-H Garden program is
public. Registration on the F off to a good start Some gardens -
day of the sale will begin at will beautify, and some
8:30: A.M. In Building 174, NAB will nourish. But whatever the ...cdv.4
Disposal Division, located two garden-large or small-the 1
miles south of NAS Main Gate main goal Is to produce a fine i' a'
on US Highway 17.' harvest of boys and girls with .+ ..i f f .G
new skills and scientific know-
Items to be offered include

adding machines and type- how.There
record of sort was set In Green Core but week when Is a great deal of work
writers, beds, auto parts, paints
three fishermen took more than 14 pounds of red bass out between planting the seeds and 1 4t'
and varnish, trucks, steel bins, harvesting the Controlling
of the St. Johns Hirer In something under 40 minute crops
oil, tool boxes, plumbing hard weeds and Insects keeping i
The three that not the bats running
reported only
ware, chairs, wire rope clips records creating exhibits and
heavy but there were encouraging runs of croakers and giving demonstrations few
and slings, hose, 55 gallon are a
drums, tires and tubes, electrical drum. of the jobs that must be done.
generator filing cabinets, Shown above, hanging tightly to their 42-pound catch The most successful projects

floor polishers, air conditionIng are, L to r.: Clyde Knight and James Mitchell, both of will be judged for swards. .
equipment and other miscellaneous Savannah! and Henry Maxwell of Green Cove. Mitchell Recognition will be provided -
It brother of M... Eleanor who preside at for the 20th by Allis
i Items. All Items are a Stalling year best project In the entire state Gardening fits In with other
ryIA V now available for Inspection Mitchell's Seafood Market. Chalmers Manufacturing Com Medals will be given to a blue projects such as food preservation
1 pany, Farm Equipment Division, award group in each county. All and home Improvement.
from 8:30: A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
: I TO CIIATTAHOOTCHIE sponsor of the national 4H winners will be selected by the For many, a garden has becomea
dally, except Saturdays and Garden program. Cooperative Extension Service business venture. Roadside
Sundays. You must be presentto James Edward Perkey, 34 Clay County jail to the State During the National 4-H Club which supervises 4-H. stands dot the countryside

--- --. bid. No mailed bids can be yeara old this week was ordered Hospital at Chattahootchie. Congress at Chicago next fall, The young gardeners agree Any boy or girl between 9 and
accepted. You may pay for by Circuit Judge Tyrle A. Perkey, according: to police, company officials will personally that getting close to nature is 19 yean of age can become a
Pictured above are some of on a train and for most the Items purchased and take them Boyer ,transferred from the was i arrested on Feb. 18 on a present eight $500 educational moat gratifying, and tending a 4-H member.Those interested In

the 50 members of the Jack moat exciting part of the with you when you leave the charge Involving contributing scholarships to the highest ,garden provides healthful out starting a garden can obtain

and Jill Kindergarten from trip was being escorted by axle A complete list of items to the delinquency of a minor. ranking 411 gardeners In the door exercise as well. A flare Information from a local 4-H
the City of Green Cove Police and terms of sale are availableat On Tuesday, Judge Boyer nation. The Congress trip will for landscaping or a scientific leader or from the county extension .
Jacksonville as they debarkedat car <(
Green Cove from a train ) to Spring Park where Building 174. C. Moor and entered an order

ride from Jacksonville. For they had a picnic before returning adjudging Perkey a criminal ,
The sale will be conducted by
many It was their first ride to their home sexual PSychopath. He was ._ '
the Jacksonville Defense, Surplus
Sales Office.Summer represented by Everett Richard- ]
IOn, a member of the staff of

A ,......of Your Doctor: of M edlelwYour the public defender The state's
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(Continued from Page 1)) MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
City of Green Cove SpringsGreen TODAY I

Cove Springs, Florida English 7.12Mathematics Multiple Ict.roell"l I chronic
disease of the nervous system
WHEREAS, home ownership In these United States and Science 79 and I.i still one of the unsolved AT FORD MOTORAMA

In the State of Florida i is a prerogative enjoyed by our Business Education problems in medicine. Until H. L Bazemore is the latest I
the cause i* discovered. pnei i-
people as in no other nation in the world, and Social Studies live treatment It unavailable. addition to the sale staff of
Attendance of those enrolled Nerves within the body are J. P. Revels Ford Motorama,
WHEREAS, the Realtors of this State are, together will be compulsory Since one by nature' covered with a local Ford.Mercury dealer.
with Realtors all over the country, celebrating Realtor Week day's attendance In summer sheath, much like the insulation Mr and Mrs. Bazemore, who

May 23.29 to explain to the public the benefits of home school Is comparable to 5 days acleroaii on, a this wire.covering In multiple is destroyed reside at the Qul.Si.Sana Hotel,

ownership and the advantages of buying selling, or leasing during the regular term, daily and the bare place if have Itved: in Green Cove
real property through those who subscribe to the Code of attendance Is necessary. covered by scar or sclerotic Springs for many years, during
Ethics of the National Association of Real Estate Boards and tissue from which the disease
most of which time he has been
For further information, gets its name. As time goes
who have proven their proficiency In real estate matters, check with Mr. Fred Holmes, on the scar tissue increase engaged In auto sales work. IACIJ NiGMTir ucirr SUNDAY ON SOOJIVIIT i7t> JACKSONVIUIPrinting
thereby becoming Realtors, and and eventually prevents the

WHEREAS, our citizens have benefited from the pro Principal School.At of Orange Park High pasaage Common of nerve symptom impulse of multiple lllllllmllllllllllml lllilllmmllllllllllllllllllllmIIIIllWI I uII lIImmllll IIi 011WI I IIII U UImmWlilllmIIMm! "___ JJI "

fessional assistance of Realtors In all real estate matters, Dunbar High School a acleroau are blurred vision I
numbnetn of one or moreof
and our communities have profited from the tireless effortsof program of Instruction, Physical the rciremitiM, tremor* of I
the members of the local, state, and national real estate Education A Band will be rdiftf the body, weakness, .
organizations to eliminate blight and alum conditions offered Interested persons :: I in balancing and
walking. It in both
through their famed Build America Better Program, and should contact Mr. Oalvln sexes, and apparently occurs ia unre-

Brown, Principal of Dunbar lated to race or occupation. In '
WHEREAS, Realtors' efforts to promote Ownership on High School the majority of rases the symptoms
the local, state, and national level have been so successful appear between the ages i
that today six of every 10 American families own and enjoy TO of 20 and 40, with rarely a ;
case before the age of 15 or
the advantages of their own home, and REBELS UIN 9 5 after 60 .

OVER BLUE JAYS The frequency of the disease
WHEREAS Realtors have contributed to the commercialand compared with other afflictions IIhll! m llmlllI1I1W! lmW.11Imlllmmlllf..H..m! '
industrial prosperity of this State through their professional The Oreen Cove Rebels won of the nervous syitem Is high, ,
skill in locating, constructing, and managing factories 9 to 5 over the Oreen Cove specially In cold damp ell- ". ., '>
mat**. The Incidence I ia three
stores and office buildings; Blue Jays last Saturday In a times greater in the northern "'- "
well played ball game by both than In the southern part of '
NOW, THEREFORE, I, F. Warwick Kenney by virtue of teams. The win gives the Rebelsa the U 8.While. BILL HEADS: LETTER: HEADS5'

the authority vested In me as Mayor of Green Cove Springs record of 4 wins and 1 lost. there i ia aa yet no iatinfartory -
.<& hereby proclaim May 23.29 1965 treatment for multi-
< as This Saturday the Rebels play !
pie Dr. Inlet in the second game ofa supportive m aurea are a
REALTOR WEEKIn help. They: include maintenance '. ,
double hitter at Orange Park *
of adequate nutrition ,"
Green Cove Springs and encourage each citizen to Joinw and Sunday will play Dr InletIn red i nd avoidance of phYli'aiand : SALES FLIERS

th me In paying tribute to the services, programs, and Oreen Cove at 2 p,m. on the I. emotional itrain or infection
professional dedication offered us by the Realtors of this Rebels' home field at the high i Alan of rnnmdi'mblft help. '
to the multiple' arlrromii patient BUSINESS: CARDS STATEMENTS .
Sate. school. Baseball fans are Invited i I ia the kmdlinrsepetienre\
F. Warwick Kenney to support the Rebels and enjoy and encouragement of family
Mayor baseball. I and physician KNVELOI'ES: TRIPLICATE FORMS[



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GUIDE aOTICR .P APPLICATION 151: TICS cincvrr<<: : COURT: rrT or FLORIDA From Pats 10)
Yon TAX DII&U u. Alii" b,1R " or CLAY
THAT T. J. AtOJfcKJaJkJ< U tee He. -4-C KNOW ALL MEN by these
kol 4.. Q.CA.* *. say has film *.... *.ruttoat CANT, n .erDor.lUn. Hopt.raber II, 1144. Jam** MNiller. Notice 1* hereby given that on UM lit dy of June, 1949,
: CONDITIONING BEVERAGES **) lor a tax dead to b* Plaintiff /k/a Irla Mlll.r Family
PIANOS ....eeI tharoon. TIN **rUloataambor ". Sheet. and Irla M. MllUr. hiwlf aL Onen COT Spring of
county day 8UU of tax
sail year ot taanano. MWosZOWK.l..1: *. 1JIT Highway HI.".., ITOranc riorida.
aMcriptlea of property, and the aU Park Florida mad*. .*.
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IoU.. KOTICB or fir aalaeae Admlnletratlon. .
QUALITY iCartlttcat* No. II THE STATIC OPUKlUA-TO; of the v.".. Dial*. pay UM amount due for taxes herein Mt opposite the same, to-
REFRIGERATION Tar of lunano*: July T. lit HlCHAKD HOFFMAN nurauant to Till II. Vnlted
Oa DbpUy tams la which .*.*..*.; lA A.Maerlptlo MWOSZOWSKI.wboa BtateeCode, ftertlona Ill .t tether with all colts of such aal and all adrertUlnc. In the
r.*ldno* I I. unknown ...... a certain premlaeorjr not
Legal Beverages Sale Service *: Lot B." lI.b.I..Ie. but wkoeo malllnf addreea U: la Ilia turn of n..*...* and a lists following 8 stands tor sect on; T for townahlp; R for
SERVICE EASY TERMS . of let 1U Block l1 North Itltlt HKM9 1* MAO II. let certain' chattel mnrtrai. which
auburta. Maria Air Win*. Air 1eet a r. of record I I" Official Record rang and A for number of acna
Cortlflent No.' I rorvai Pacific.o Bark No It. II and also,
Open I HART FURNITURE CO. Marine pave :
M. t. 1 A. M. Par or laauaM July I, lad P.P.O. ana rraaclaco. CaMwrELJaA ono certain upplemental chattel
.- .....
.1, b.g --.... .....l 1.e' Xt Walnut StPh.. .. 184-511 Nama In which aaaaaaad) Bobby .1. mortgage. dated $temher tlI D "d.. .*. Twp ll&a A* Ram A-.&. TaL TAG
l>.*... whoa I4, ..... ...
M. 8W08ZOWSKI. .r. In Offtelnl Record
Palette Street Gitca C Lot I NH' .( Let
9 8. T. Spring fl,.
Dm'al'County Una DMcrlptlon Propartri realdenco .. lurt CIt,. NorUTOU'ARB'HBRKBT > Book M. pace lit. all dneamsnlperord.b a Bill II Long
of Lot A. Ulock 111. Palmar In the Office of th.
Home Phone t4>l7MBu'lneei Branch City .....
North if Orange Park 'REAL ESTATE Forrl Tract aa roe. la bud NOTIFIED Circuit Court Clerk Clay Coun Will Frank.lln .
Phone tM-'5llAPFLIANCKS f *. Book IH. pats III.Cortlloai that a nit haa keen filed ...1..., t,., nor'?.1.54 Half. 111 ||,|t
No. It you and U. C. : .a MKit. WHKRRA default haa bar
Teat of ....".*: Jaly r. Ill 0. C. ME8INA.: hi.1wits.. ma Dofondeata. mad In payment and performanc .
BOATSINLET TWIN REALTY Nama In which. aaM4i Baa. In tk* obey. entitled ..d., aald. note and martMM. LEGAL JIOTICH TIe da.ns.i rs Ingro.
nttt \komaa.Dacrlp4lon. ....: and that you are hereby demand has h.*n mad
APPLIANCE of Prcpcrtrt Nor required. t. file your .,.".. with fr fall .....m.nt. and geld I In. II
TV Hilda T. Seth tbarly II has of Lot /. Block II. t... Clerk of this Court and to trumenti ar. ..""..t to for- I* TICS riKCMT 1'0OP
SERVICEWe North Btrbarba.tvrtlfloala. iorvo a oopr thereof upon"urt. C.I........ Told rulMTII JIIHtlll.CIMll .
MARINAand Realtor : No. I or Plaintiff attorney, NOTICE Id HKRRRT GIVEN IT, in AMI: PUH CLAY
AD Tar ..T luaanco: July I, INS whose. name and ..."...* I. tkat. ........ la 4h* power a... tonTr. rLomui- .ear a40-.r
Repair BranitoSerrleiitf BatrardMERCURY ft RENTAL it BALKS Name !I. which, .._.*.: LiII Kmllh. Klllol and 1I..aI.... Itt authority contained In ,". afdearrthed ....... Cans ,no. *aa4801TH -.

Clay County ft ACREAGE oft tOT Thomaa.Dcrlvtlen. Barnatt National' Bank Balldlac. Instrument In Till'. BROOKLYN SAYINGS:
Sldeen'1'ean of Psim.r; Jackaonylllo t. Florldst net later II. l'""''' 1M'.'.. Coda, Mellon HANK, n corporation,
Fr Residential c..w of Lot r. Block. 17. than Jun: II. 1141. 111 lit and In Till. II, Cod. tP I'lnlntift,
Karri Tract .. ... la bud If you fall to do ao. drcre pro . t(LI5UFULLERTON'S SALES a BERNARD
Or.nlerk: Fh. SERVICE ]RIMrW Bock CertIfIIrate: III. roof... will entered atalnatthe IIS.Ttl.a.mall Bunlnaaa Adminlairatlon : P:. BARTON and

Serrlag Greater Clay OawatyNetary No. I for 115 ...1I.r .m..d In Mortn*;***, will .alt. aiCHVAIHB: b. BA8TOM.' hi. wife.
BOATS-MOTORS-TRAILERS Tear ot lunanc: July I, 11Nam the complaint. for aala to tha hlKheet bidder. Defendant
PAWPROMS In which ...*..*.: Jimmy The nature of aald gull b.loe for ...11 In and upon the ..rom I.. ftoTicbi or HIT
Wet A Dry Stone Haraor.Pf for torecloeur cf morl*a* re- aa I.. wkkh Mortcaaor now o..n. TOt
Z4 N. Orange AT*. Maria Way >arrlD lo* of Property: Lot corded In Vol.' 41, Pa.* Itof darts lla bualnraai "10m.I,: tit Bernard K. Baaton andUarvalaa worldnews
Office U4-Jttl Flamlnvo Pose. A RukdlTlilnnf th* official Krrorda of nay Highway It. Oran a Park, riorlda. IX ....10.. kl* wits
Green Cure Spra. IIt.teC&ACCOtTIC'l'lNO Part of Palmer A FerrisTract ('00.", Morion, th* daacrlptlonof at or about It.II: Noon on 1'. U Bom littfemorlerotla.
C.S. HIGHWAY IT SOUTH v Bor Plat Book I, pats 11.Certlnaa th* property proco>.... ...1..., Ytedneaday, Jana I, lull, the Malm.
Orange Park Pb .* Z(4-tSM NP. II ...,..It a follcw.: All that ..r- following d....rl..4 neregaaproperty You, Bernard K. Ballon andOervnlaa
Orange AT* R. at Bay '" Year of iMuancat July I, III.
t.'. nrnp.rtyt.lluate sail b.ln. tow111lt'a' : IX haNcn, kl| wlf arabarby
cress Ce,. Inrtec Nama In wklra *aaaa<4: OracTharn 1 ( Florida' nor.partleularly Hen ...,. Natloaa' notlfwl that n omplalnl t .
INSURANCE .. ; doncrlbcd aa follow; Cask Heilaler Company lo fnracloa. n certain ...ort..*.
REED ACCOUNTINGAND oM-rlrllo *f Property: W.. Lot 4.. Block I. gnu I. BICU* Model No. 11-41.4 OCX; on lha following ..........4 real in
UPHOLSTERY half of lot '. Block 41. Or*.. LAIIl. ._"' 1". to Plat, ... CU IPK-1. Serial No. ITIT property to-wit:
Cov RnrIORsC.rllfM51e enrdd In Plat Book 4. pa. aII 411 lot Ten lll>. Block lleyen (t>, "
No. It and IT, puMw rvcorda ofClav Alr-Conalllonar (IHal/ng MBAlNjvVBlUNiK. nit I. aa.vordlnc .
FRANK WM.OHO Tear of laauanr July I, 111Nam County, r'lorlda.To . 5.1 ... 1.51, t thereof .
plot r*
TAX SERVICE A Z UPHOLSTERY In which ...*..*... M. H, I .*th.r with all .tr........** andlmprcvmnt plot. Ai..1.: IlAl 401: corded In I'Ut Bcok I, ,.... focus
LUl Kenney Owner WhHfltld now and bar. "rial No. Ill It nnd 11, of oho current public
Special Agent lit MagnaEa Avenue orrlptlon, of Property Part after on aid land, and th. rnta I-Meotrtcal: Adding Macklao.Victor. rocord ot Clay I County, Vlorl.da. .
7 N. Orange AT*. Oreen COT Lot I. Hire II. North Hub .. .
lnua. and proflla th. abovedtacrlbed Mcdol No U. ...
tnnrnn with ........ Green CTe Srlnl1Pheee rha.
TO. 214.1721Personalized **rrl.* aa roe. In Dd Book I. property; and all fli- Derlal No Illllll haa bean filed acalnat, you and
Cenpfet IntvaM .M-.7.4 pact III' t.... now 011 ".r..'".. alarh.dis I National' Cur HeleterMod.I yru ara required to nerve n copy - --- -- -
Services.lccountinlr Coverage ( .r
b LIFE mat AUTO FURNITURECANVAS : Yes nf In lanuanr which ...July...'..:I,Jam IIINama *.1 .. Scum.. dearlbd sod Muiiutt tha. aomplalnt on too plalntlffi On Norway It, Imton,Mss,0.1.1 I IS
II II followl.g 1-Mlrron 4 ft. I In I I ft. aurrneya. Mark' tlray, Yatea,
& Tax HOMEOWNERS: WORK P. Torrlblo, .::t".asIJ.: applia1W56which 1Mlrrorofl.tatft.Nalgna Conroy tJ)I bin. Ill K. PnriylkMtre.l.
tvirrlptlon ., Peop*rt r: Lot Meat. uSe my tubenlptlan' t*ttw
MORTGAGE BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS are and hall be deemadto '-- tubular rail Ualh Jackaonvllle.I Plorlda. and
Returns LOANS a, Block II. Orn Con Hprlnira. b*. .,.,..... and n part '"f tha ....U. revered rhalra' 1ehNr. fll. Ik* original an.w.r or plead- "Monitor, for th. period cUtked bobw. <
rr HOSPITALIZATION SLIPCOVERS MADE All nf ..... proprrty *.,ln. Ith realty and nr a portlnn of th. to tarn lection InIn' Ih. offlc* nf th* Cl.rk of
City cf flraan Ce,* Bprlnea, aecurlty foe lb. I"d......."..* I Two-arm whit l.5lh.r.tOs Ih. Circuit ("\I'L ,In and for I _.... $ -... lUt mast

Business Firms & Phnet Green CT U4-S54S "New Furniture PlnMdaV.0.a, b>raln mentioned- rhalr Clay l Plorlila I / on or k*'
with the Old Comfort." erllfk>...* anal RCA Whlrlpnnl. Rna Model 1-one-arm whll t..tlllo..U. fore the It 4ay rt May. 1//.. If Q I VIAft tM Q mentM 111O
Individuals JaekMBTill SM-UI1 arcordln t* law. No. IIR: I,III covered chair. '''" tall Iso .0, lutgln.nt b
C. A. HUMMELDont Ika nroiMriy. doarrlbvd In aur" III..... Warnor Wall Furnace II-Medium > /' Woid default will be taken a*.lmt I mano'o ,. I INama
r.Plltirst.. will ... .. .
lo th Model N",. It-TI-K ahelvlnii. 144 ft. fnr the relief demanded In
Antloe Urn ........ MILK DPJJVERT hi.".., ......... at the City Hal N....". Hond Pan and Llk aevt lade" Mho Dlaplaytanda the you eomplainl.Thla I .
door on Ohs nest Tuesday aft*. Over Rn.. .. nollco ahatl ba puMlakedenc
Ih. rl,..& Monday In the month Rlw>trl,<> w..."' haler MrdeNo I-. ru I I... i It I... Wrought *ack w*.k fop foe con.... Inns
GA KEY'SFLORIDA Take Lea nf Jnna 1141. hlrh I. the Itk II OnlV Iron Ulaplay alandt ell.,. we.... In the Clay Counly !
BtRAXIEY day of I."., Mil . -1 It. I Iii II .. City
When You Can Get The >n " IlllnitiWTNR a In. WroufhIHapUy CreecentnoN
TRADERS W. D. Morris /./H.n Xrllntr.. :*.. m* hand and this UtandaI ANTI flit'''0:11 tlD: inOreen '

clerk' nf the city of nf aid Court .c lr.. ('0". -Ilia. I ft. PUallo Miplay Cove Itprl".., Florida, this StolOZIPCocia-
Greta Con ........ melds TRIM SHOP linen Cove IIpI,,... flrrlu Itn.'''... rinrH thli llth day land IT day rf April, till,

IS E. rabnMr' St. TeL SM-SSM Dtotrlbwtor ... .f M.. AU II/L 1-4- It' Pertmard sad. Ply.wood iaBAL.1nroiuin rail ?
t*, 2? i.'
IdlrwiM and wed Sta. . ictirnT .rut tfFOROR wall dl.pUy ....Iv.. t. CARUHLK.
Antique S. Orange AtwavaTU T. r"".?"I.Po! 1-/' If lr,II...,.. display Clerk Circuit' Cnurt I -

M4-U44 Ore,. Cay Spring I IV TMI! t IHOt'IT COIN I. nerk nf (llr.<-ll Court wall By Vivian II "ohmltl.
All Jersey Milk Pken lltMIJUPHOLSTERY Aver roni n.a" /o1'TY. "v' Vlvlun H. fhihinTVnnt 1-4 (t. I I fLl.". |long a II a.., 11. II

Ornnee Park I FLORID it tH '>c.mrTIIIC nerk In wide a II In. huh Little Classified Ads .
.10. rurmlo top Cain !<... IUITlr"
BUaalag Read TeL IM-CSS7 fur ,.. 11&0.110 later Bund From tkla' I will
Jafk onville (Cars A Furniture) LEGAL: I'OTU'IINoUe. t-I rt, 4 In. Inns I II I.., wld not b* .. .::Itlo: for dbl In, Rrlny Jlig Results to 4Utrrs.
HIIXIAMaUUUUII *AV> I.I II....., ala thai t.. I II la. high> -blue formicalop rvrrad by ,pass aMp than m,.
Banding a Cma ... HOME DELIVERYCALL 23 Yean Experience I.NUU DANK: TeL ni-IW4 Estimates: llamlill will, hold n Publt llaarlun. en It-Tier.. 4V s Iiroo...4 Plywood M.,...... A. llumm lIII Try one ami
Free aureaat J, May il, .', al 11oilock .....11./ .; Maiaolla Aanu
WE TRADE IN AXTTHINOOP Pkk-l'p .A Delivery WAinEN IKJNALU UU.NVKU.K P.M.. In Ih* As.mblyNoun l*-.'.....* 411 Mainnll Green C.... 111'.1".., rta, results
21.-..4t *r II4-J1M ..... ol Iso VALUE Wark Guaranteed PATUICIA A. MONT klli II,,,.. A....., Un..n Con lh. prrml known a*
*. lirin*., klurida. for .... purueeaal loll i"Highway II, (Irani* larhKt.irMa. ,
iMIandanuKuriiM. herring o..j..,,"' *.. If any tr 'I .
or HIT .ionin. Iron III swat A.rl. The alarvaald ..). will b* bad fix] l rr FASTaJdNAit) lAST I
TUB rrATK or .I.OKWA-T.I culture Zone to lueloenllal 'It' fnr lha .." ....a of applying th<
WAItliKN: iMJNALU MUNtKLJ.fATiticiA : 1111. &0.... 15. helluwlns d.. proceeds 'h.,..., to IM 'Oslo r
ud Mod properly'Thai ,f ale and C. Ih. afor.Mld' I*.
A. WUNYKLUC. hi. purl of T'......P I nndMouth. d.*la.lnma. Th afnrailm'ribfdproperty
I ADS wlf*. II.",. II Kael ,...1.. will bo aId. an an *..
CLASSIFIED 41* Moot Mala .(....t ularly ......."... *. '..11..... I. ,.. wh.r.-U wllhuul r.*. Jr 13 EASY TO B4INF GALVANIZED
North' Adam*, Maiaa.kvi win Hula atM point ...... r..<".."..,. warranty .*....*...
Ten are krby aoiUUd sal lha ...1.....*...',,, I''.. *f Coats mmn Ihs *"....>.t-n.d and ..... 5'TEEL. U5c >
a all ha* ".. rild ...1".1 Itoad 11 lalareenla th. a.ulb. Iff I* unpaid. a4 valorem ...... ,
yu In in. abv *.|,u... cauoulred ... a.terly" bouadry of Lak* U..... It an", .lIlrll may ... ..01.1...... 2I\'C' DUST
.... ..... ,.. .,. ...,.., ... va aubdlvlalon aroordiaa to the tut aialnit, m.m., Th. atnrlgaga
A FOUND I* Ills yeur naaw.r with Iharoof. rerrrd'd<< In I'la mar lie a tiMdvr" and pinbaa.rso
FOR SALE FOR SALE LOST the Clerk of thl* (... and toaerv Gook 1. !.... II. INikllr'' Hater aid. pats PA1V1'5 JMCIL
I . copy ......., opus .... llalatirro attorney* whoa run Haulhi-aeirrlr, down F02AG
FOR SALE: Tare kedraam FOR SALE list CberrelrtS LOSTl Small Brews .k .. nam and ....,... I.: the Houtkweilerly Ii.. .t pals A. A.*ni-f .f tha ('.II.d CR

how an* heck weal ., tilth da: Needs paint but la geed haired tot la (eve area. A..1 HHVAMT.IIICHABLNION ritKa.MAN a WATSON, lion Hoad WHO No, la the* t.Weterly tb. I"'...II...... lllala A. ../I1I."u, M.rt>a.In.*.Fart. fns ; IERENCEAI'N

School 14* 'nDta,. .0 Ben' nnnlBC order f IIS ,..... ...... iwff t* the. name .f Slcbaa.Part til Hern.It hash Uulldln-. of ...... Head No, a-tll: ,II...... J>m.. \t.ltll.|... ./h/.
Jackeoavillo. I. riorldn run alone Ik. We.ierty sod< Irl. Miller ramlly ""....
HI Pr4vlag_. Reward II.M /
irrnlur Arena ky 14* feet GC8 SI4-3I7I. not later than June '1. Aft Northerly' alri* of Mlal HwadNo. Ono Ira M Miller kia' wile

deep on West BlreeL Gang CD: MIL David Tilbalt.. 1141171. Illl.If. a-lll I* Ihs lal.reerllon It C l>rm.. It. and
yon fall I.. d. to Decree .".. I". (,.,.I''u,1I t'nnlp It I. Cnkcr, .'''.'l foe FEftIW El'IC -
Med ..... TERMS. EtwoodJohtwon. FOR SALE lUtnrtralkr 41' 1.21.FOUND Pr. (.."t..... will ko line ,".".. rua Northerly *n. .."...... i

I* ,ami...*.L Will pelf ...1".1 ,.. for IM ..11., .... Mid County line lo the Inter* ..null II".II.. ... AAmlnl.lralton /
Residence ItS Ba.Ma partly I....... Is ,II. Cemolalol.TI. Inn with the Mouth bank cf t. ".,,1'. "r..I. V W,, INl
noU* (Oppealt Yarn MiD). ; Cheap! Can Donald a._,. ; Bragb. Call 114-UJJ atsn at 5114. all ...1.. Lake runeva; (h.".. run Kail.erlr. : .. Atlanta I (rionril'
fn. Iho '''....1....'. of ..0.'.... Northerly, and W..,.,., ..... ITTMH l )
T.kphe5.284.8111. S-4U Green C.T* Z.4117S.t(. Faand' BL Owier. newt ih. prnpvrty .... ....."...", ,,, tk. ....,,,. East, :T\TC' ,
.r.mlxa loratad I. 'I Idtnilfy and pay fee thin. ad- riorlda. d.*rrlbd aa b4l.w. nuts I. Ik* Inlrraecllnn with Iv nun IT ( ami* orTHH
FOR SALES Tore leU US' FOR RENT Francl \1.1,0I.II, HUx'IC e, MKI.I.AIH. III. tlnlll...... tin/ *f JAil. r.n HTM Ji iiii-i( i.
T rUn a ml. Omnir (05(11?. .11 Silo r m
311' I'.NIT' I I. arrnrdinn- I* llal. r* fI.'a $sbdIvI.Inu ga dN.nbM
reek with *a.UI If > I Wed CT* .tree.. Crete Cur. rordcd In Sill llrak I, P.gaa . .b, ....". Vii SLAY oi '''Y. rioNiii. Y.'ITM' THESE PAINTS '
M' girage. AO ,.... ... I..... FOR RENT 3-..*... fnrnkn4cotUg II and t>. .. ,". .., ...... NnU....*.'.'be .5 the ..uih. III e111A1'k.T': ,,
Spring Fla. 14,13 4', !7p lh rKarda ., I'Ujr .......,, ..( line *f ..Id aubditlilcn O..5.0.5In '
eater y Mil. eat .r OC8 to- .a rlTCT. Fr 1.1.. r-|..rlda. ...
tha point of .1",'... r.! "'.'"10" tf Uaorc WI..
wade Penney ,..,... ..... tin ....* 14-1171. 3-lift ANI.11"- > Ik* follawlaa d.. All ftartlea In 1111.,.. and rill.Mm "ion ,.".In.* fur Aduvllon *fMinor
HELP WANTED acrlbod tt..* of .4inipm' .ni nwlocated ahall hava an opoertunilrb .
M Jill. tf* I. ., upon tha ...... to hard *l aal4 .lime .... IU'"I(r #"' I NECESSARY
'** rid *r.mla... etas, T* v .
FOR RENT H SALEi Leah HELP "'A.'nEDI"e.... t* .. IICA M''''''_1 Haa.. N.. flat Ply ...1.. Ccmmleelon II..1olIlasu. .(.....

loft SALES S bed,.*. krkkbo I roes ...... )I"' ...n. k..met flee day* a w""LF..laI..U. Noton' UK .....llo. 4. fan and llaklRlerlrM Mr J.", ... K. Crew /!llahway 4. P'TOWEATNEa OR

.. with sere .f bndaeapedtroand. w- Let ItU' a IW Geed .. phes.284.1181 ... Cnalrmse Nsr. ., U. Is/1 f.(Nn* Sri N'I Indl.a;rky nollflad that / / '
FtllwhlB. Pirk. CadGrrrn ,...IUn. .,al k.,. CU *wn. Water tI..,., Mrdel.1M. '.lllh>a>r. 11_'.. Win.Ian. J... ; TO
11.1 otter i *. ..
dart, pj II O.I. Preeto Inc.. .... fit-S. .
1 In Ih
; Cave SM-IS7I. May beten 4.11,1/,1/,131 law.rl War.., Wall" Healer. 1 n TIIM bell rxupiT ar a aetlikn / VANIZED WITH
.rt 1I4-M4I. vte .bo.*...'1.4 C..rt 'to, Iii a...... ( (
ky a,aa4nUnmt 4-2 tfe Med.1 l oil II K 1 ..*l ( '>i I Tt, riopiiiitla tan ., iha minor child' nand
Venetian Hllnd. CIIANCErtro. .. .. .. CHEMICALg BEFOREPAIMTISJ&
Inbart l> . Jr. and
FOR RENT 4-WnV. **.* abckIbaaMr. M'.... HC II Wkirloool' ) lie- *l-40.4)viit'iiMiA nrynlr. .4 ,. 10. asd q.
It FORD Sak.fatrr. BUSINESS OPPORTrNITIENRMTACRANT fricrater" 1's.. fLa..t.l FAT lVLI.IGf. pear In all fanrl .n tba lobI.r r If '
FALCON for la Pr.mnyFaraM. ,
Mg yard N.. 1141WITNK4M rumiirr
*f J.... Itll and .h.w .....
Sidle. A. I .. II.t Can GCfl 114.t7M. FOR LEASERiTrr : m, bred aad ..elf ... why. MI4' 0.1111.5 akrald not lie : .., ' ,"" ..e.A .
HALlN' (1I.L5T
aaM Court al Oroen 4>ve JoiJY
... .,
agd h. .
,,,,,.. UM.M Dawn Balance 4.28. .. .. Rims a .,
View RraUaraat. will wwtthe. orlnve. CUy r.c. ,. Plorida.Ik | f.n> to' ,ear wrllln d.t.... *rMllant Oh
f" b* naaneed. ..... I$4. >. ink day ., 101.,. .Illl. vorrtM or Sib . !. aald' adoption. If any INTONLY CJ
.. a.*tL I aalb Berth <*EAI.niamnr..' TUB 1TATK III' .1.1.-.1" on Tkama i. HlT.ra, ,
IMI. Mi FOR RENTS 3-..... furnished i. ('* ''. .ir. JIIII'' WAW"'III tt.U.RT : l'iMiMr: P .rlII' CLEAN DRYSURFACi
CSC at Black Crk su CJ. r n. pn*
..... .f Circa. Crt ep Charlee Waaa.rK . ,
'eta Upriai rl. ..
IH a
Apt IN W4 Street 17. Ti.>pn..e CCS II..U" Clay Coaaly, rinrtdaMr >.a Mountain. Virginia 111, ... by film ih. arialailhr
: IN
loT "'1"... 1Mbm. Till,' AIIK: NKIIKUT N FOR SALE Eat ., Raild ntentk Including nlilltf >..r with 'b* Cl.rk .f aaldWHMt .
l>ep>ty riKlf lieu n evil be. be*. fil. .
.d *a Wtlkwg W Y IIS' ...... GCS m-itis. tf* nerktl.. tT. I-1.1. ; ...1.l .' ... I* U. abev* ealltl.d M ..1.shawl.,.. aesatlat 5 duns geld may. I.1IL0 WEAJTIrR I
.... ,. ...... .. slop.Ila.
N' RxbooL 'IH -- I
"... i. TNH cmn'IT M. N T. .. ... .4 I.* ..r.. upon plantlfrillorney . my haul and Ik* ...! 1WOT( 11DE2" ). ..
aalaae can k. naanred. FOR RENT S Wtfn. *** farafcihc wheN aims and . ..f aald, Curl al lttm c.....
'".n. FbkCamp. NOW Mar year kaaa.. CLAP t t ITT. r'.IP 4,... asses, b.'_.. yr wni apes".., ...,... UM Ih* tilt ENE FINE1v
ItltflL'OR N8 bM*. at ....,.. pp. I. C1UJilrER' ,.. ..r...*.. If any t* th* bill .. . CC1tT l5 / .., ..- /
Mach 'nd. For' inter.mlJea CaaUnwr waJUag fr Ares ,.. "' 11604: .f .emplalel. ..,.. sift ropy KAI.I i: "f Mr, ISIS.ii .

SALES 1-BedrMH ann Ml rrrte*. Write Mr*. OrldaRwral. f.AYIII IUTctfttll,. of oftwb. la dellvrr,4 fa yrewllh ... ilwir** I. rarH.l., l ARE eETfER ., ,,
,..... 114.3131. P1515511 ** or "t.r* ..... II, .,
1rh ih rlNlC l
I t *al ear
hbrd bow .. State Read -----=-- .- P. O. B.l H., Lice Oak ".. I., br Vl>ln II ohm $ M. ,.
!* I..... ,... with I'/:OIIf 'UTI NAfI'HElt fall, not er doer. Pro y 1r ,
'. RENT Ixpoly "l .h T' f1e
Large fOR S-ai I S ,
Let with artml IL t.
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Frank ....... I-It n fAil r.T roe am rtEU: hat n son ha* ".. TU4 4o.... .n.ln.i'* end ,...|.,... r. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYOMUE i
loft SALE S-krdraoaa ean'rrt Tk. ....,. ol C*.*iy Comaalx ...,.., yn In In* ....?. .*. lie& I* Und .***.\*.. a ".r,

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hen. .... yard, gsed ...c. Iefecealleaph. aalil O *. < >,-leek A.M es ,.. apses. k.rn. p.Or writ(*. ... .e orrtbed IMIMel I H* (rdMMtk
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anian aaomihjy aayawnl. Crtk *porta).m. .
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r..r* .r O .ait Oar Car ..* fall not N d.*r.. pro a/ I* be In pU'eilff .
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.Unra .rowr. lb. r'... ,. roIM .III .t *......>... .ny, .r otberwl, a* ber I on your prtitlng.
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JIlin ... at French TMB ..JAMI.vow "r C( t STY SPOut mil DITORCPwRRPJI my band **4 '.
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( II LOInf11Rl: my loaM u. Ik goal I of as GIN .( firs pie... you.
tea RanneO Reed Rt. SH.Or Lady. TrlrwlMHM W4-MM. lIe.gweti. Tear (.I.'T' seal of ..... Crt al Virus r...* ,..e5 ..*..!... rtetn. ...1 epdaIl In j jOttku I EY ,..ur.'I" our prle** will be ,'
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'oa AYALtOWlRnE leek .rvo'i COOTINr Office Equipment a auH Cktaaiflod' .Ad -
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A GOOD Cleaner is i Your Clothes Best Friend! Scout. NewsBy Middleburg Homecoming,
Boy '-' .


Special thanks are in order call "the jBeaver'r Dam. Re:

... so'g u SAV MON Y I for the following boys: Kenny Rawles of the Eagle Patrol 1in x I
:;rs Hunzllcer. Raymond,, Buen, Eldridze - the process of doing the "" a, i .

-..... Machem, George Waldn : same., ., ? R
Keith Baker, Ricky Rob. Yes, these' boys are goo< .a'
ertson, Ronnie Robertson,Francis boys, and,,webave. a right Ube

... Harris, Frank Oassman, proud: of them, and we areRUFUS' .
For Quality Bobby Machen, Rex Rawles,

Laundry Dry Cleaning David Talbot, Bob Martin, Mil
Box Storage Fur Storage ton Thompson, and Miles Coop WEBSTER PARKER a
Serviced for Rufus Webster
For Pickup and Delivery er.These Parker, 66, who died on last
fjup- boys really pitched In
Call 2844923 Green Covo
Saturday to help the Clay Memorial Friday, May U, were held al M .a

ER ERIEVCED: GEORGE COOPER Hospital Auxiliary In Shiloh Baptist,'. .r "Church on Sun

RELIABLE Representative their annual Tag Day Drive. day.
The Rev Joe Olachea of the
Many people probably remember
ST AUGUSTINE LAUNDRY ZORIOiiwiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM -, The
what seemed to be First BaptI4-Church and
Rev Connie Johnson of the
IInllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllill IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU Scouts all
l dozens of over town.
In reality, there were only ten Mlddleburjr' Baptist Church of
flela ted.
x" or so working at one time. I
AUTOMATE YOUR FARM The boys.only complaint was I i Mr: Parker' served for ten I

that they didn't think they tookin years as a deputy sheriff and
enough money Jailer, and for eight years prior
PGAINTERMEDIATE to his death he operated a serve n1
WITH A I have worked with a lot of
ice station fr-
on Orange
different troops in many places,
but I feel that Oreen Cove's was a member of the First ... 'e+oYY
Baptist Church of Oreen Cove.
121 has finest
Troop +rs fif
TERM LOAN M group of boys anywhere. He is survived by his widow,

These boys have recruitedsome Mrs. Reathy Parker; three

up to thirty odd boys in the daughters, Mrs. Lenora Marvin
and Mrs. Mabel Bright, both
7 to past year and are still working.
years repay of Palatka; and Mrs. Joyce
They are advancing/ quickly
Haschke, of Houston, Texas
X and I wouldn't be too surprisedto
Get the "cash" you need to see some Eagle Scouts very four sons, Jesse; John and Ru ,, "
make your operation as profitable 1 w"- soon. fur, all of Oreen Cove, and Har-
ai possible by borrowing Industrious rell of Palatka; two brothers,
The boys are very
at simple interest rates Harvey, ,of Tampa; Jerry of
from PCA. Get the money r all right
Jacksonville; four sisters, Mrs.
you need from PCA The Beaver Patrol, lacking
Flora Kelly of Jennings Mrs.
btfort you ihop. a place to meet, built their own ;
I nut out of scraps found along Annie Frith, Mrs. Estelle Rob Natives of Mlddlebnrg . and a few ootlandtrs . the year-old.. daughter of the Rev. Frank Edwards, minister

1 the river's edge, which they inson, Mrs Oladys Bartholomew came from near and far last week for the famed annual I of the church. At last year's homecoming there was some

Northeast Production Credit - ---- all of Jacksonville and 13 homecoming of the Mlddlebnrg Methodist Church eldest ef speculation that the young .lady might arrive I* the midst

grandchildren.Active its denomination In continuous operation In Florida. Among of the festivities en the church lawn.
Association MAN IIELD IN
56t Edgewood Avenue 8* pall bearers were; E. the youngest to attend the services and picnic dinner was
U' Main Street Palatk Jacksonville ASSAULT CHARGE R MImi, E. B. Taylor, J. P.

TeL EA I-SSCS TeL EV 4-U41 Michael Hornsby, 28 years Hall,' Jr., George L. Carlisle, I undertakings for club members,C Dies, smart sports attire or
D. C. Turner, M. C. Mayhugh. Statewide 4 H Is I .
old, of Mandarin, Is being held Program leaden say, Is learning to appraise party clothes.
In the county Jail on'charges Honorary pall bearers were I each other's outfit and Culmination of the programIs

of assault with Intent to com W. P. Hidden, L. E. Wilson, Now Underway For Girls what to consider In Judging the annual dress revue held
L. H. Lancaster, Dr. T. Luke .
- - - --- -- the garment and the model.
mit murder in the first degree. during the National 4-H Club
Olennan, J. Slater Smith, John
II- According to police, Hornsby, SPECIAL "She walks in I land modeling. Local 4-H Club I well.. Congress at Chicago, Here 50
Hall, 8r., Pete Miller, Marlin
SEE YOU ATEchie's who once lived in Green Cove, Harris, Rev. Jack Hall, Rev. beauty" could well be the (headers and county extension "Taking part In a dress revue of the nation's attractive young
went Into a Green Cove store theme of the 4-H Dress Revue [ agents supervise the work. gives a girl a chance to takea ladles model their prise-win
Jim McCullough George Wy-
where his wife was working program now underway Another valuable assist Is walk around herself," one nlng clothes. The price In this

Sunday evening, pulled out a man, Jr., E. Wayne Geiger, throughout the state. Scoresof given by Miss Eleanor Echo, leader claims. case is the trip to the weeklong .
John Malone, Reed Wager
gun and began to beat her. girls are planning to modelIn 4-H stylist with Simplicity Pattern Even beginners can partici congress.
Burial In Shiloh Ceme
iINORANGEDALE Police said in the ensuing was the county, and hopefully, Co- Inc, sponsor of the pate. Their first sewing effort A set of dressmaking scissorsIs

scuffle, Hornsby was shot In tery.Helm In In the state revue this year. .program. Miss Echo visits many Is usually an apron or a simple presented by Simplicity to
Funeral Home
the hand and his wife, Mrs. was The young models make their I clubs and helps plan and stage skirt Older girls who have devoted the state winners at the eon.

Bobby Hornsby, from whom he charge of arrangements. own clothes, choose accessories, the dress revues. | several years to the project gress. County medals are also

was separated, was shot in the and are coached in grooming I One of the most rewarding appear In complete ensem awarded
shoulder. She broke looa and
Say \"OI1IUOatl It In
ran to the Oreen Cove police

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present and future. She asks no questions

\ but will tell you what you want to

know, giving date and facts of business

f love, health and family affairs. Will

help you find lost art TELL you whom

I you mill marry and Vo'hen. If the one you service!
a pickup specially equipped for
love Is true, what part of the country Is camper

luckiest for and what to do to be
E- j successful Will you reunite the separated Just add a camper body and head for the hills! This new pickup comes

-..,'- locate absent friends and relatives, andeau."e equipped for vacation fun with heavy-duty rear shock absorbers and
happiness between man and wife.
'. '11ANT 10SllltRO-ZONE FREEZE e J FREEZE.00011 SHELVES 51 4 Makes lover's quarrels. Tells, If sickness! bad luck is 16 tires front stabilizer bar of
f LL-WIDTH SHELVES.1 OJUST 3lt c PORCELAIN CRlSPtRS HANDY up or auxiliary springs, oversize 7.50 x a pair big
E.3 SHELF a HITTER CHEST 1 000 SHEWS MAGNETIC DOOR natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell
GASMTS:\ ALL I SIDES to please! you but mill tell the truth. One visit mill\ repay side mirrors, radio and deluxe heater tinted windshield,

t.3"(CE BOX DRAIN"'FOR Off HOST WATER. In"Aim/frotttm ralrlfreratori you for disappointments In all others I not only read your .
Ill detract tt.r full-depth foam seat plus other pleasant appoint : .
under the you'll crispart find *,n But old not tthion In Mlvinatorl,"lee box A tpacial drun" tube carnal*thltWMter life like an open book, but I also help you out of your many .e

/ down the outtlda ol the Cabinet' to the IV'PlV4tor pin It never TROUBLES.: Come and see why you are so unhappy why ments. Check Into Chevy's big choice of all kinds of
runt down the Cabinet wall-hat no Chance to contaminate Iced. everything seems to go wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted

SAVE: UP TO'St.41 A MONTH' In test ails Kit Ktlvmator No-Frotl" sick and worried when you can be helped and pickups at your Chevrolet dealer's! NO. 1 WAY TO WORK
till proven to B.tar mora economical to operate thin other type of OIF3'EDMEDITJMI
everything made clear by consulting THIS
yttemt Von' tan actually acne up to SMI on your tlKtne bid vary
month! And thare'i tar less to go wrong because "Kalvmator' use one I Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. See your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck.

trouble system tor both rafrigtratmg, and removing! frost I make no house call*. Don mistake the address MADAM ...- ., --.-----.--..-- -
TM sttt kuf.'Mhliatar 50th Annharsuy Vibes? BESSIE: is located north of Callahan on -JlW). 301. H I
S 0!-230!
YM fit oett\ IIdInl.uKit' ,oowdibilit and Mommy ot aped mu M t mile from City of CALLAHAN Florida. Phone K-I350.: .
MtwuWw'WCti' They tr. the r 1\111" SO yen d N545- 7tlx
ale...,M dabs tpahaanv includiai, IN hid ucwitM tnctrie taM rtftiprHor, AMBiroutl s WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OP HOUSE
I a vrwia. Content. ttvt. Improvement' afoffMi. AIMIICM, Model enagloe Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL ROBERTS CHEVROLET Inc.
h topes real Ml*M Mtmnitcf ipplnnnt!' |lull n M ton it RuntM! cut.
Open dally 0 .Ja to 10 pjn. Including Sundays ,

ABC-TV AND APPLIANCES THIS curraa CITES TOO A M READING rot it Orange and Park Green Core Springs

l\ 110 Idlewlld Ar nM Phone 114-1311 Greets C.T. Sprinfi II i

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HUltSDAY, MAY It, 1845 QItaU( \ (Eautitg Crescent tl,; 1'.1.0& anal .


r M H C & Penney Farms '. VFW Winner Itoiiftt1l1

Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. BITERS. rbene UMlll lIS'.P.M. 1:0' P.M.

e preacher at the Penney I scene In that country and rePort -' Intendent of schools, spoke to Visitors home Visitors 110...
I mortal Church 11' o'clock back to the Security Council. the residents of Penney Farms Mal 20 Coca Cola Chane BeI.I.r J. P. Revels

rice on Sunday will be thev May 17, on Integration In the 1 21 Coca Cola J. p, Hall Chane Burlington

George S. SUtton. Ha will Dr. Howard goes as political Clay County schools.The meeting
J. P. Revels
J. P. Hall Chine
25 Burlington
assisted by the Rev.. Frank advisor to Major General Rf- was sponsored by the Good
Beleler Burlington Coca
J. P. Hall
Oraccy. In place of the khye of India. It will be remembered -Citizenship League of Penney 2T
J. p Revels Beeeler
21 Coca
luiU Mr. Oracey will
that young Dr.;Howard Farms
Kig "The Ninety and Nine," lectured recently at Penney SHOne half

[compalned by Mrs. Ono B. Farms oh the United Na The Rev Percy R. Batchelor June I J. P. Revels Burlington BI'I.I"r Coca ColaS

ns,organist Hone recently received a letter of Burlington Belel.r Chine J. P. hall
Ion Wednesday May 28, the appreciation and commend.. byy 4 Coca Cola Chane J. P., Hall J. P. Revels
[port of the United Church Mr. and Mrs Charles Griffinof Hon from the Connecticut and
omen will be given at 7:30: Princeton N. J. were the Western Massachusetts Conference 1 Coca Cola J. P. Hall Burlington
(clock. Mrs.,H. T. Button will guests of the A. Selden Barrows of which he is a member 10 Dur1lnlton J. P. Hall Header J. p, Revels
in charge of this meeting last week. Mr. Griffin Is for his service and preach 11 Coca Cola J. P. Revels Bel.l.r Chaneyla

serving on the national staff ing In the Advent Christian J. P. Hall Header Burlington Coca Cola
" j The Rev and Mn. George of the Boy Scouts of America. denomination for over 40 years. IT Coca Cola Bel.ler J. P. Revels

I. Howard received word bat He began his professional service II J. P',Hall Burlington J. P. Revels
Iwk that eldest ion, Dr.George under Mr. Barrows In Kalamazoo The May fellowship meeting '
Ior Howard ,Jr. had been Michigan, almoet thirty of United Church Women was Mrs. V.. Wolff, winner eTthe Veterans .f Foreign Wan 22 J. P. Revels J. P. Hall I Beaeltr Burlington

)enf by the United Nations to years ago. observed at the Penney Memorial Green Cow contest,. wields a mighty shovel at the doorway 2t J. P. Revels BeJeler Chane Coca Cola
h. Dominican Republic with Church on May 12. After .f Williams Hardware) wbere she will choose $100 worth efmerchandise. 2Burlington J. P. lIall Coca Cola

L tram which 1 Ia to observe the Jesse Tynes, County super the opening, hymn and prayer In the center b I Batter Williams and at the J. hall Burlington
J. p, Revels
and a short business session night Charles Heath poet tuartermaster. leeks en. 28
I Cola Burlington Deader J. P. Hall
Miss Tarbell Missionary Chairman July I Coca
List YourChy County Property with- took charge of the meet- School 2 Ch.nel B'lele J. Po Revels Coca Cola

Ing. Mrs. Ward Krone led In CommitteeTo
Frank W. Brown devotions stressed the ._- I

of spiritual poverty and what Await Ruling On Glenn W. Ryan Jr., of Doctors maintains active accounts for
And Associate church women should do aboutit.
Inlet, has been named to more than 60,000 breeders of
BegMcre. steal Mate ..... . TRY A SMALL AD Junior membership In the registered Herefords over the
Mrs: Runyan Introduced a
ItM US. Highway 17 Osage Feet Property Assessments American Hereford Association nation.
i il ir ir group of students from Dunbar
n... III-tIM the world's largest purebred The Hereford Association,
High SchooL They two
L" NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS FROFERTT4M Negro spirituals and three sang nunbetafrom The Jacksonville rt, now in process of com FOR registry organisation, with 1 during the fiscal year, recorded

toot .....tare on U. .. Highway 17 their recent spring who handled] the tax by County Tax Assessor headquarters In Kansas City 493,160 purebred calves. Th.the
Missouri. year's total recordings were
(Jwt North .f Green Cove Strings) concert. The thank, of the ment suit In Duvsl County, ; Smith BIG RESULTSAUTO Seventy-three junior hereford seventh,highest on record and
meeting were expressed tothem Editor's Note: Mrs. Smith
In the State Supreme breeder were placed on almost twice the combined r.rlat.ratlone -
and to their conductor members of the Board of
I this week advised\ the Association's official roster of other major beet
: Mr. Wilson for Commissioners last
a splendid program I ,
WHY BE WORRIED OR : of music. the_ ._ County___on. Cltiiena that ..tla.. "...)..lm....-t..." her last month The Association breeds.
After an Introduction to the Committee to withhold .... will add tit mil
program of the afternoon action until the Supreme In taxable property to the ( U''s I IJ

IN DOUBT? ONE VISIT which was on "People, Poverty hands down Its decision. ,', Us rolls Obviously, I I Ir
and Plenty" Miss Tarbell presented Oeorge Btelljes told is' & will depend upon the mil--
Mrs. Pease who spoke of the) Committee that If lag set by the County Com
, TO MY OFFICE WILL on the activities of MHC Worn Supreme Court upholds aa to how much addi BIG 13 li 2-DO OR
en, and Mrs. Coker who presented Circuit Court decision In revenues this will pro it

lob CONVINCE YOUMadame the matter of the matter of assessing all ..) 0
church Job training and opportunities. estate at fair market Members of the Committee "
00ng She told about the will then be In order for \ the current school RelrlgerafqrFraezer r l -

Job training corps centers letup Committee to review salary scales which are
m RobertsLICENSED by the government assessment of Clay the lowest In the state at
his : The work the women of the
.k. I *OHt
church are doing is under the friends who learned from KaUmasoo College,
PALM READER : leadership of Miss Martha Benson occasion dropped In to .t RIO or THAT KNOCK

onto : Miss Lulse Bollens, Mrs gratulate them They were Mrs. Ono B. Coons Mn. Gertrude ,
r 5; Miles South of Starko on lliwajr 301 : Daniel Snyder. Mrs. Helen fled In DodgeMlIe. N. Y. A. Post and Mr. and A better way Is to let the r

In.Iao. (Look for the Sign of the Palm) : Springer, Miss Edith McDowell Dopp la quite a ; Mn. Herbert D. Myers entertained expert mechanics at L.Rue'sService C
and work they do through the and has done a lot of Mrs Vlrgle Dibble on Station take It out.
I GIVE RESULTS NOT PROmSKS Good Citizenship League work catching and her 10th birthday May /. witha We do all minor and major I rAY115YS1
mechanical work. I
birds. dinner at the Qui 81-Bana.
The Rev. Percy Batchrlor .radll'p Mrs. Dibble received a large LARUE'SRKItVJCK
chairman, with Mrs. P. R. of cards from her many I r'I
Mrs. Fred Andres, our I
Private and Confidential Headings Batchelor\ and Mrs H. E. Ever- linist, has left for friends. : : HTATIO.V
.lay were Judges In two speech Phone IIMIII
Germany, river port
Daily 8A.M. 10P.M. a
contests at Dunbar High School Rhin.Inr, a Mrs. Mtrgaret Merlam Brow- Junction Hwy U A 17 ..
PHONE M4 HIS : on May 12. Mrs. M. V. Dibble der, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Green Ceve Spring
and commercial center. I ,
: gave a talk to the students. Marshall Merlam, accompaniedby I II
!left air
by from
"YOUR' PROBLEMS ARE Ml' BUSINESS" a friend from Stoneham
had a two hour wait at
: Mr. and Mn. Charles &.' Mass, drove from Needham ir
port In New York City
: Dopp celebrated their Wh 1, Mass., for a week's visit They
EVERYBODY WELCOME six hours later was In
: wedding anniversary on May 1.. enjoyed a trip to 8t Augustine PARTRIDGEWELL wmrwMow
Her eldest IOn, Hal, met J>>
A number of neighbors and with ocean bathing, and visited
re. Mrs. Andrea will
I ITAtd' IIn, friends In Lakeland. They ex ONLY
Germany about 7
,j to visit the World's Fair DRILLING
Bill AnlasorlI Silting atop Ms HacihoeBT I spending mOlt of the time their way bark home, $199.VIAHS 'ROM NOW YOU'1L
I her slater In Mannheim. IT' A..,
i will also vUlt Mr. Andrea' COMPANY
With Trade I Yrs.or .
lives In the PsUtlnsU.Th IIMCf sees teas f IXJORG_ 1 E
I 2" THRU 6"

Penney Farms for Bay
Mich., on May 19. While in REfRIGERATOR
they will visit sons and f" wen JMel.NdI / .

tn and other "Plus
Maryland New Jersey CALL THE CRESCENT I I\ ELECTRIC PUMPS I Dig ,c.etee hold 11I f

England New York! and ta WATER SYSTEMSf. Ibt of f(Men 'load ,

gan. Convenient deep ,twsgetp
I Mn. Johnson will . 284-3166
I PHONE; f. H. A. TERMS e m both doom ,
Mth Anniversary of her .
butter end eg.
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In Florida,

THE JOB OB BT THE HOl'RAO after a day's hshingbeer's LONG OISMNCIje JOHN'SRadio
Types *f BaealMe and r-E. Leader Week
.k Mllle, ft Ie.
Ditch DUflnr. Tree aa4 Slue' Rnswval ITU Dirt tlaaMag ..< Grading the one...

Call for good taste'.r.'\ 1389-14381 & TV

good fun WILL 4SIOCMr/OM SI Walnut .1. Green C... springs

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hearty taste and cool refreshment only a glass of 450 Orange A... Phones 2U..S3'-214.IIJS 0C8
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I Revival Speaker Cheese Stars In Shrimp Fondue Castle Farms Opening I IIRFLI iDDCtr IIT ann TUNE I, UP : ; cooo I I VALUES

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What pretty kettle of fish Shrimp Fondue makei a combination LB. ,
of savory, sharp cheese slices I end succulent plus ,. ,
toasted bread cubes. The smooth,custard-like fondue'Is made with (
nonfat dry milk. This cheese and milk, both so high In protein, Donald T. StoeffeL general' manager of Castle Farms, ALLGOOD BAND NO. 1 SUGAR CURED SUCEDBACON ,
become mainstays of meals without meat. Enhance this dinner
local ,
lee, is pictured above with Mrs. Ray lime manager
main course or generous luncheon fondue developed by the Borden -
Kitchen with a biff salad of crisp, fresh greens, of the company's new retail dairy store which opened In
,- Shrimp Fondue Green Cove> last Saturday. Representatives of the company .
(See Story Page 3)) (Makti. itrvtngt). .
announced the hen and were pleased
opening a success
2 (t-1/2 os.) cans shrimp, 1/2 teaspoon salt t
well drained 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard with the response of the citizens of the community. The "A" QUICK FROZEN CORNISH GAME
OLDEST COUPLE WIN 1 ((8-01) package Vera. 1/2 teaspoon onion juice
Sharp cheese slices Dash Tabasco sauce store I is located on Magnolia Avenue and will be open seven

CORSAGE AT VFW DANCfi cut into cubes 1.1/2 cups liquefied Starlao days a,week from 9 s m. to p.m.
S cups toasted bread cubes nonfat dry milking HENSGRADE 18 to 20-OZ. 65
At the Square Dance sponsored S eggs, well beaten

by the Ladles Auxiliary In a large mixing bowl, chop r} ttr.aTsrnd cheese County Students On Average Ea.
cubes and toasted bread cubes; mix I a well.buttered I A B C'Of Spices I Morton's Quick Frozen
Of the VPW., Post No. 1988, 1.8or quart casserole In a small bowl, beat eggs Cap'n John's Quick Frown

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parks won and add seasonings. In a small saucepan, heat milk just to boil- SJRJC Honor List DINNERS va.2 I Fkg
point Remove from heat Gradually stir a little of the hotmilk Most women would like to add : 89t SHRIMP DINNERS >:ri:: 49*
the corsage which was pre Into the egg mixture Slowly combine egg mixture with remaining the flavor and variety of spices
sented to the oldest couple hot milk. Pour over shrimp mixture in cassesole. Place to their meals,but are just: aid Students from Clay County Super 'Bight, Sliced Salami, Liver, Loaf.r
casserole in a pan. Pour hot water into pan to depth of one-Inch. to.e1l eriment The fact Is that who made the President's List Spiced Luncheon Mix Match Super IUl'bt Fresh
present. The corsage was donated Bake in a moderate (350'F.) oven about 1 hour. Serve immediately spice and herb or
at St. Johns River Junior College -
by Madylen's Florist. I "T'' cookery be com need pli with a 3.S or better grade MEAT 3 Wig': 79t GROUND BEEF 5"$1,95

\ ,time con average are as follows: Donna

inot .or ex- Campbell, Linda I. Cooper, Cap'n John's Quick Frozen Super Right Tender .Cubed

spices are Sylvia McFarlane, Sandra MaGee HADDOCK DINNERS : VEAl. STEAKS
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Z r: to you, be- Larry A. Weber. J'q.
by lessoning Students who made theDean's
In small quantities. If desired .
List with a 3.0 or better
more spices may be added SO FRESH? SO DELICIOUS I JANE
average are as follows: Melln-
later, but it Is Impossible to correct -
or remove seasoning if too da Robinson, Cathy DeMoas,
much has been used Initially. Patti Jo Linsley, Sally Maxwell. Apple Pie 1'' 7. 39c
j THE WORLD COOKBOOK, Cheryl Bernandlnl, Charles J.
which contains a special sectionon McOuckln, Janet Rockwood,
the history and one of spices Winston W. McNeil. Leonard JANE PARKER FRESH CBlIIPPotato

advises is that which that well has seasoned been made food to B. Bchlomer: Rosa W. Jones,

taste especially good without anypredominating Shirley Roberto, Judith Chips 11 Pkg. 43cYUKON

Friday May 21-9 sharpWomen spice flavor tough, Alice V. Williams, Ron-
Beginning spice cook. will find
: aid Todd and Talraadge Stuc- .
great success with seasoningslike CLUB KOLA, ORANGE. G BAPS. ROOT BEER or GINGER ALE
paprika and whole cloves.

and Children's -: They as seasonings serve as Paprika tarnishes,mild ai well and Beverages 15 Cans $1.00
Clothes$1: I'
i OPENING I COUPON $1 i iI slightly as a colorful sweet in garnish flavor,for Is used fish, y.RWSGE\\

Dresses S Sportswear meat, canapes, soups, potatoes, IOWA I si I eggs and sauces. And, If you're

Lingerie Blouses, I Fri. V Two i Hungarian adventuresome goulash enough or to to make try SALE Lima Beans 1-Lb: lOcI

and( I Off Days i your own French dressing, paprika Can
1 $ Is the seasoning
.> Sat Only principal BP.O. DOES
ised. Whole cloves garnish hams
Range of prices and sizes. I I fruit, glazed I pork, or btf. AnJcloves Saturday, May SI / /

i On the purchase of any I roast, marinades enhance the sauces flavor, of soups pot, VJ.A.1:10 to Patio 1:00: PLAIe O'CLOCK: Coffee I Sale I !

Children's clothes in sizes tomato juice and spiced I tongue.The I ( STAMPS
/ to 10. LADIES' DRESS ---- ? Ol s's 14-OI. ran lIpiR
L. .J cook who has had some ex. el.d* pa. AtLn p AIR10My
- - - - penance with haste spices might J "jAx"s'.iilis' g
add cardamom, mare, tarragon Coupes n good thru Mar ftKiklmn 14LIIA4 34m.UO
12 Walnut St. leaves, and .nlll4lleed to her rep 11 ..aeaeeae aeese.M ti '
Ruth Ann Shop rtolre of seasonings. Anise has AUCTION SALE
an unmistakably strong licorice
(7 Cove Springs
reen ( avor. The confident cook will Cee
want to use it whole or crushed Antique and modern_ furniture PIiID I
in cookies, cakes, breads, applesuce ...-- --- 4. !!!
fruit salads, beef stew, .t Can,'. Florida Traders. STAIIPS ltIflJ
I .n.lln." fi.;h -anil' ."'..HAHh' rnnlcvrv.; .' ......1..Pie.. ,,,....S. Pelt I" LtLtTI: iiaa
If jou're a gourmet cook i, youhave Standing Rd. at Rldgewood. SAX lliUCouprn I
a whole world of spices good thru "''a, II
waiting. Sat t p.m. bwa4-.e.n. _
Seek Rrrnemher-you rive( your food
flavor' yai icty through the proper FRESH
use of spices and herbs i / t v,


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I blonde Your I.txal UvliulPAIN ,Nelhesl._Sonot".." ...and the Monday bra FridayBox Jw.o--.: ,
p,. : A PUNISHMENT? CouP .oc4 tkra May Itae
a Complete Feature) Aa Late ..._.......... *_ BANANAS LB 10 1
Pain, the word) came into A* IS' TM. I' *
R. nl our language front the French"peine" and
derived (from the LatIn Saturday I FRESH: GOLDEN YELLOW:
Greek from S PS(. f "
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I d punwhrnent"polne"I meaning Pain Is penalty indeed or aseeming Weds, Than and Fri. i' ..._-.:; 1c. .h ?f CORNS I 10 EARS 49t
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1 1 to the mechanism individual that sipuflM something t..=:'1004..lkr May tl .-.C'1. 4 ::.0': 19t

Is wrong The relief of

..J pain is one of the physician's .
., important duties iPIiID
Pain has been described as .. .. 1Ga,1 .r..w. .is.r,
ktabhing, gnawing,' throbbing I An.
aronn /-ea Paso R.Mre1i
lancing, crushing, palling, Sat May St Am lace
al.ek P.Ve e ea tee add 1h-ca ease
grabbing and pricking. A pain i SAX I.H-SS Ma.ata efeeswas.*
may 1irriJi.tar" :, .' ft III tIfJK Coolies rood tars MT It jAX"sVt't.eCoupca ISSPlec
: goal tan Ut
vague aiul poorly<
It's A I'otksuayen, loot pain may be floetlng. brief or ,rag
of momentary in its course, or it .-- COOL TEXT
may be fluctuating varying or PICNIC ICE CHEST I
intermittent. And there ..repaiN CAR SEATS
that arenllteftt. unrelenting LAWN CHAIR SETS PLUS M EXTRA
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Chair 1 LMstge
Generally speaking, pain is S1J9COUNTRY
medically clamiSed u either 99*
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acute or chrome. Acute pain y
I.I is immediate In ita onset and ; NO COUPON: NECESSARY BOY
eventually lubouWs after auCo Li: ROBINSON
reesful treatment although it LAWN MOWEBS
may gn away of its own accord San.. Men, or.....
fhmnx)' pain on the) other S k.. Brlgra Strmttea
hand la continual, permitting May 13. St. IS ICE MilK / Crete EagtsMS3

or recurring.during' a long period 'Sex zed The SlagW GlrP HALF GAL. Wltk fertile .... ... N
,of LiJr. Among acute Starring

and pains: headache'are colic, while bodily chronle Injury, Tony CurtIs and Natalie Wood I 45t $8.18 $49,95

arthritis paiN are and thoM malignant of rheumatoid cancer. Wedik. Than. and Fri. It rour birthday la in MAT, dons forget

Pain does not affect all alike Ala, St. 11, a II.ATRAGON ?L i. tO renew JOUr tiltftfl 1Iet....
SaIes&Service1L [ fur smite patients complain out ?*..fcl AH ttfti,
of all pronnrtum to their rnnditmn. *MM .seas er r.w. M US X' Once A", a.... Qua Springs aariSIM

pain than. while the others physician report would lets nwr. IT.OraJkt Park
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Notice Is hereby given that on the lit day of June, IPflJ,, Adrows 100. fI.1I TIll UO.t!$ Lot j : 01HoIrwQo4 .. .alD
Part ot Sffi14, ot 81D14 No. { are 1
All & 7414of t1 "II Edward C.
at Green Cove Springs, County of Clay, State of Florida, tai 54 pap 1111. 74o. NE41 ping in of..t. N.wlDaa III ....
... f4 IUD Ch.rl. X. Clay County .... 11 i 'IID In Jorr. 31. ""part' aroe.
Bale certificates will be sold on the following described land to I Pan of 8m14 d SIDI4 Bearborc..h 110 11.1 Valldojtlll; )SIT/ ....1/I Lot. .t la.IL Dhd BostN
Lot 1. IE. 10 ft Strip
111 111

pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together u Ii page rea In 101 OR...No.... II 4 1111 KId State on N.0.7 BId.II a p.reaOn .. pars page 14. .,.,.,,, 4 t l/E I 7 T Pori..,. Jr. 511 IUl

with all costs of such sale and Part of 00'1' Hom.. In. II '.11 IU Bonner Seri/. Part ot Lot 11 luau
all advertising. In the .. reo. In .OR Lott No lID No. I ......V 17 1 .Im WHCol.on .110' 17.1 I C..b.a ar

lists, following S stands for section; T for township; R for I pp 011 ... .. 11 I "II William JLRob.rta Part 01 81i of NW No.1 0. In pale Deed Ill Book e, tt 1 JlID NLirete:rI
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W. H. Lot 1 Blir I a. roe. .
\ Part of JIIm", ot JIIm Part 01 00. Lot II Rlchard.on I" 11,11a. In OR. No, II pre Lot 4 Elk 'A F1.mIngldand .

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D..d Book II 71 $5/ ..., 11 SiD .
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Lot. T 0 Blk D Lot 11 .. rea I. OR R. III O.R Ferry W.
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Part of Oor. In
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10 r. In D. path II' U. 1tlffi Chrl.tln. I Acr. In Nil Cor .n Oraat u roe.In .

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1111 11.1. of the Nit of 001 IUILrt Part ef NII'4 ot IWt
Let n a r.o. In O.R. 'h. NWy, II rea n Elk 1 Dooton 11 4 II u fen, la 0.14S
J1 page In In Dead Beok No.10pars111&417. Oaks E.tatee BID 11 II Carl H. Bass i011.01 pate 17$ ... :.. i 1 "II Montage in.ratment .
tat Lake HU . .. 1 t JlI!: Julian E, .
John.on 1001 172.51Cryotal ... Part rea In OR Lo4. 10 A It IlIk au
Lot at u. B'I,. U' No0 P'I' 130.. II I UII 141 John U.Jacklon. rae. In OR No P.rt of NWi4 SW .aUo. lac 1101 101.51
17 Doctor .1 II
Lak. Ht.. pap nOb
150 1,11a. Lake E.I.l. II 4 II Orvlll. Elliott toO 11.1' 14 a roe. .
reo, 1 Put or N34 of NWy,
i tll pars 1lr', .. .o: .7 m A. O. Imlor 1100 m.o" roc In OR No Lot 1 Dlk Doctor. II 4 15 Book III Dale In S 80 W. A.. 8nlp.. 10. IUI

60 page 111 . ... II I !Iffi J.m. Burch U' 7.01 Lak. t.t.te. a/v II 4 II LsWlnifleld Part of NW'4 of 8W
Lot 1 a r.e. In Died Part of Nt4 ot NW 101 1.11 lot II reo. In O.R.
Book 18 pare 170 .. Part of NIII" a raIn II Dili II', 11pat.
Lak. Bedford No.4 U page 1125. II 1111 I William T. Lad Hook No. II .. .. ... .. I' 115 Daniel Co
Camp Site BID.. 1 t JIm Thelma S, lI.nn.U 100..1 101 pate II . . . t 1111 J.m.. L IocR 11. 7.11 Cllns 12011,31
Part tf NW'4 of 8W
H.rrls 1100 101.81P. P.rt or the 10N4i of Lot II reo. In OR

pan of Bee.1i In of De.i SE4. the NW" .. . .. II I SIB Truman E. No II PAIU H.I.bI.III Rio II 7 pats u .i71 .?;,%.. 1 Jill Richard r.
Harrla 1.55aa
i I Book /1 Page 19. lIarcld lulls 10 155 Put of 8% of NW" 100 D.. ..... ....... t III' Alb.rt :I. Pat ef NW'4 .r .W R..b.h II "..."I
r.o. In 01No.. finder U' titlHellhl.
. Put of S44 :' SE'ii II P'.' 101 .. ... II 1 lIE Am.rle.n H..1 Lot II RIG Blanca Nook m.P ",!'ii1' 1 "II
rea. Di. t'I' Noma a.p .. .. 5 I Jill Jam.. Loyd E. W. Ayecu: 5511 11.11
Book 14 page 100 i 1 JIm Etlulllvan Inc 110. 11,21y Joan 110. I.... Part et NW'4 of SW
100 Uti Part of Sy or NW Part of IIW1,4, a roe 14 a. %.
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Loto 1 . Blk. 1 and II r.o. In on In 0.R .. p.I'UI 7/ pare ;. I' UII MId 5t.!.

Lel. 11 1Slk No. /1. pal' 110.. II 5 IUD Johnny Pad. .. ... .... .... II t Jill .. Ch.rl.. r. 4of Jlome. Ina. 101 I'....
2 .t. part rig In "U EI.l I' ...t1y Worrl. Jr. 1001 71.11 Part et Rw SW
j Bandy Shor.aNo. U Put cf 114 or JIIW Part ot NJl:14 .. ree. .OR
1 io 1 JlE: n. H. Ooodwln UOO 158.71 II reo In OR In 0.11. No. Ipar.' 00 pars II 11/0 Joel D. Brown 110 171

i No. 70 p... .U.. II UII 011I. V.Form.n. 01Part II.. . .. . ... .. If Jill Rosa Los Part of 1W54 et SW
I it 100 '.11 110o5. 10..1 Ii a roe. heed
tot Si 7 McL BID 14 Part of 8y of NWy, of JIIE'4 se Rook 107 pn.n. $21 1 1111 Jlerb.rt NXSI0Of .
J No I ,. .. .. .... 1 lIE William E' .. 'II Jo'.rl. 100 lt./0 71 page In .... .. II II UII )( $' pars 111 ....... If 1111I Mid State of N314 a. rea In
j 1..It .,. Parcel 1.10. aroe. 10 :.t.'lnO. 1500 11.7. 110m... Ina 11. 11.71 0.. Hook n pate
In O.R. .. pall Part of $14' of NW Put of Iml4 of NW ... .. .. . . . . 11 / liE Marjorie' 0.
'51 McK.y. 8/D .. Jim W.ll.r % II r.e. In ABNo 4 .e rea In 0.5. 1501iii
Cur" 1500 12,00knt 04 page II n. Ipat.. lal .... It Jill Walter HXIIIO Sunny Arne Chancy

f. II. Parcel !.A Part reo. In DB Marshall Jr. 10 .... . . . . . .. U 1 11II B nlamin
.. Sec In OR No. No, 01 page / & Part lit 001! II ree. .: 1as .
; /l\, pass tOO Wo. OR No. 4 paa.'u II 1..11 I Jack Lee 100 U' In 011. 1pal.. IU If 0 Jill Wary 0.Dandy. Part tf Onr Lot I ltobin..q

} h.ys 8/D . ... . 011. 0 n.m. Lot I Black Creek 1t0..1In roe. In 0.1% /7
: 110 11,11LV .
& rick Eta Part of NE" a reo. pars Ill : : .
. IIhor. It..J'I.l Na 19 ? I. IIIC J. D. Smith 1100 TUI
S Dlk. I Ie Lot 11 1 . . . .... .. .. II I m: Ornrre LThompson Ue.d Book 42Palo Part er Oc>y. Lot 1u
Ink\ 2 a. rea. In t019.10 7. .. .,... It 1 Jill Harry /. 0.3. 2per. /
o It. U pa. Lot. 14 ft IS 100 I." 'i1 :
N..I !: a* roe tf a. reaIn ? 1 T !IE base Imllll 1U0 511
10 1 .
. I HInd, 8hor.. .SNWl3d it i UOO 7U. In OR No. II pag 1..NEt4..k1 Pert er (705 tot III

114 lllk Cre.k 11 'U .. ... ... It Jill Lurlnda ret! I" 0.0. /1pate
i\\ n
) Part re.In cf Farm 11..1 Book II'j Short 8/n ., . It I I4B Rohart Austin 101..1 If/ .. . .. I..1 1111 Dem..tkFlahee
1001 n.1I
U 1)15. tan. parts Part of lee 17 lylnc Part of NE", ai no,. 0 111. Ft .f On S.rrlc Ina It// 4371 I
. . . ...... IT I UE!: J. T.511011. h In (1.11. Net. 11 pale
sol4. tw..n
i JI ln' 10 ...18't. 80 U ftl'aed au . . . . . . It Jill I Mary RW1 1 .11 parts roe la
Sf Road Bound I O..dF u' I." ho.t Snob 17 pane
of Farm II
Part. on N by EltnllonF'IY { fOr w 4 ot NI\4!: IOlt, 1\\ page
r.'. In 1.1t'ed Book. . I" I !1E JluulJ 1111. 10 UI of Lln. UlvldIn ot NW" oIW '" I" /0 pate 01.. 7 liE Thelma T.21r'5 .
44 nars .0. Lot I ft t
of NW" .. . .. .. 11 115 1B.. V. Rood 10. u.tI 10117NK71
Hoc 11 ft a by : Ulcb.nep i///
, of N1I\ : ef
i. Pitt "r Farm Sf are Black Creek 17 I 1479 84 or N114' ef Nt) "
In Lend Dook IrBeavr: TOot 1ft.. 1/" of NWy a r... as rr.O.
14 p 5. 300 : . 11 I US 5'datll' van I 100 UI AI S of In 0.R II pigs III 1..11 I North Florida /1 pogo I 1 1111 IWm.. A.broll J. ... 1'4
s..1. 1. 1. I I Bile
n1Lr I"r land Co. 111 u.taIII
State .. 11 1 UE ttHE Jo,.. hf.Va11JnJu11.
rut of Lot 7 as tee Lot If Blk I a roe 1 II rca I" 0.1\. It
i ,In OR. It Vase 601itayolrtee lOOt 30/.22 0 R. 11 p." 148Koadowbroek plop I 1n3 .. l0 J....
. IT UE l rank AItl 8 of l'nlt 105 Mallory
sit n1Le lr lark
; .00 n.TaI. . 11 7 101 JortIIJ full It./ 11..1 1 .. .. ,. .. . . South Brooklyn aril . .. . . .. II "iE larnin.'

I. d t as a r.... In n.R. AU lying II 112 ofslat. Lt It nlk I artnis hank 4800 11.... Port of Jteautloa'I U" I' "1O5
a. r.e. $14 0'
rate Say \te.d .. tt Ttt UE: III14E Jo .E'4
::'r le /.J . . . 11 1 m DnrU N.Canun. 1\ Ya t.I I.l'juIl1l1m: ...... In 0.1Up.... r.. .1 pp
i 1 1300 $1.01 VHVH .. . . . .. . . TIT : 111I4E Jorge H.Y.i Pal H 1 il 1ir 1 !'n tJ 1114 A Il.rllat Sl// 111.11 IU . . . . .. It 'UP: I Mid Slate
Ii' of 004 1leg
L.I It Dare h''''' : f'I
p shill U1I 111.11 litmis Ina "I
:' i'' + 'n . . . . . . IT 1 I 1E!: Ell.e: I th C, .. .. .. .. .. . . 7 II* H of 8tat. Itd. II I"t h1ii rt NWy of
; I m." 1700 11,11I JOVihl julI u roe. III 0.1II s r.o I.

\ I lot sn Brooklyn All . . . . ....... II 7 HE: 141 $100 11.... pal. In .... . . T 1..111\ Jru.1a Ed. o fII pee 1/? 11 'UP: MId 'I.t.

; : L'n' E.tat... . . .Flntd1. . .. I" 1 liE Wn\. N. Long COO 11.10 All . .. . ... .. .. 11 TAll liE lit Jorge JOilr.iull M.V.II".JulI. 1ot. 141.40 Lot I a.PIC'. In 0.1\. wards Et.t 1001 lUll 54 0' 51!:, of NW">,; Items I... 111 011of
Ile Robin . .
It p. 7E1. . . It r
I f 1 I. rt 011pit. 511 Int All lying 8 ft B: of 7/10 IU." .u. liD . .. .. .. U ''1\\ 1>naold W. H nl.' Part .f Lot IlIII In 1 May Alamo. 100't

LAkevlew It SID .. 11 I tiE Jofophs 71. Stats Ucad 11 . to t UB: 111 Jor.. M. Lot It II r.... III 0.11. \\I'lla'4 T" ..... Rnok II a.F roe P 'Is Uood
U50 n... VU".lull l TIS' 141.11 In Robin. Pate lio
f All ... .... ....... .. II 1 HE litHE Jort. H, pal $i.yar4 Tract I
; t.."' I ni roe In O.R. .u. II.P ..,, ... U In "' .. HXI. l"ntao..a II.
t "' II p..a .U Camp 1'alldJull 701141.1/ 1. Le 1i/1 IU.n ".rt .f Ln' 1 815 1as
, Irouklyn IIID 1.. 11 1 .SI!: LsKlrkmaS .. ....... ....... It 7 141UB Jorra H.Y.1LI Lnt II a ,..... hi 0.R. roe I. OIL IITrs
1101 10,11b ei jull l 12101 U1.n D.a 1Hob. $717a14

' P'rl ot Tot a ran All .. .. .... .. .. .. II T 141 Jorlite M.V.lld.lull. .tt. IIID ........ U IUI TI\.u HX.... .. . ,. ... lit Jeb 10.... III 17'1Part I
n OR II pass 100uth T/1/ 111." J:. 0.4147 IN$1.11 of Lnt t Elk 1a.
IIhora. SID WH . .. ..,.... It 1 UB til bra. hl.Yalldelull. I Lot 11 AI ,...,. III 00. ,.. I. D.i4

1 ., ... ... .. ... 11 1 .SI! RGarland: r'500 $131 nus n pan II Nook I" ,... .u
101 IUl All .. ... ........ . 5 1 tIE IIIUB Jor. If.Yalld.lull. atl. II/P ..Robin.Onrory\ Math Ono Cons

111117,11 tl21,77 5prl"a . .... .
(.o!.t l II reo.IS In RI4 O.R.i. All .. . ...... . . . I' 114 in,.. M. Lot 1a rlC' hi 01%. Part .f 11111 If ClI.t.. Or... I" U.:

; "a. I U 2 ssm 7.rlna V, .II".Ju\1\ 71" 114.53 II pars 15. nobl.. roe III toed II
1d! Park SID
NFVi A NE14 of NW
U I fffi
Slaeon 1200 1,1,11 .tt. aiD ...u. uxu. /
V. NB14 of iKU FnneT . Mu 5 $m.r
i. 1111 I'UT
L'I C t1 u reo.M 1441 a ..
of Sly. 81* of 8R 1.4.1 I as reo. In Oil.Te U' : .1
OR. No1 page of Part .f Rib
to of NR4N4 onto U' Shady n II
J .'t Rid 5.51.14 04 of 8W14 of 8K Oaks lID ...... Poe I. toe/ Rook.
Pork I.D No. I.. 11 III!: z.t'.o e. nOI 141.rl / w . . . . . . . .. I' I4E 111UB JO: Homo h. U. 11.1. /1 pan ff a. h/1
; .illjull: In 01\. pap lit Pal".r
... ot dog Lot tis 1101 111.51 Lot 11. PM' A
Part of VKV4 of SW Forts
11 pars 111 Shad Tnct . ..
0 I\. No.
rIM" la H of NRH aa reo. O.k.D ........ Bawls 1. .
0 It pain 11' 41 In OR No. 71 pace Ht.m..lac 2S21.10 Rroto A. .,
.;f' 411&43pat. 1 .. .... .. ..... ... . Wl d Rut. Lot II u roe. Ii OR 1 a. I .....U... Rob.rl.. 10014't. $4N.piatt
. 1
11 m:
,1..inI cl ixlI'oE'.I horn... InC'. 1111 13.11vi /5 Plat Boek
11. 1111Piet Part of $1714 of NE : dh.r.'ID'.. t Robert HX1... / lNIII s0. ..
a* roe. In Dd 1. Ndq U' Fra.kll. .
4 ot Oo\ Lot t kt Hook Nc. 11 pac Let 11'' n If II Let II .....1... R. R.e..beeh U" p1par.

U j'eG. la Deed> 170 .. . .. .... .. I IT HEUB CbrLtIM T. Forest lID _.. .. III: H...... H. ..Ir Saok /
00011 n .... In.. II t ,n AAINIfi on Itor.\t'k .
[ 110. 13,11 Blackwelder. 201 .. lit' 'UI ml 111 :4
00, Wnter
Part of NKVl' a* P.". of S0
'P.rt .t Oo\' Lot I AI In I>*4 Bonk No. Para In OR N10. Stpal. Lot .. .1r 11 n

"p u rig 1ft D..du. It* pate II' .... It EI.onllP "I ("rellll,.. .. .11.1.//.f.
.. part 0r. 11a F.rnb.1II 1111 1..111 Fort BID .., .. .. ''1I'M'I.\ .,., 1.I.t 0153tffotD01k
srq Part Dod a* roe.In Ca... Ina e/. A "ar.
0.00 Desk TO parer Book ( I lab. Rush. P. Tract . ..
q Edw.rdl 850. 115.51 $ 11111111 ? lira. H. r. ...
U m: Ru.1a
.. .. .. 41 .. I UBUB V. a. Traet I u 117.11Ii
$/ .J./ E4 Tun.r 11511.11 Part .f Part .f Let Dal. Bites 4200
of ; R4 *f I rea 1ft OR W.. 1p.p H mil
Lot IiU .,.:n8 r; I/- Nr".II if ft 00lots" / / .. row 18 pR5
.. Nil I I 141 I n.c: : // 0 "II Ronald Ale 110 Pal.
.. 1 In: .f 8114... ..... A ?
.... "elld.Jull renta
tab Tract.
::1: 2111 1.11 11111T4 rubr. Ir. IN '1.11 ". Loth. 1OWU.
41 1$00 .tlT

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fart of Lot P rihrw1ITMtaihi pair lA II' .. Port at Lot I ft an Rldp wood DIy. La
Palmer ft
111 part to Alice Loa1,1ABIk1W A.M rt1OJR Co Derlr III.1t
drew Lot .1 811t. 1 ci reo.
A Lodge lot of BR 111 no.
O. Berrtu In0.11NpanINRldp
TflI/7 Ptdths Platoon Book I/O 1 t.I.t-:..111OpraA.ll. l wood DIV. 1.4

8 104 III ft It of atheN tko N pose 1. ......... lulls )fIt.N" On(. PorkXMd.eptdN II O1. DSIren II.
....U hairs 111 11.11Ik tLit
HI tt throC AI> or Lot II 1 ''U' Lot II Blk. I RId,..
'0 the N IIU ft of IB*, w 1.11
++ I Of Lot 1 wood DIY. No. 11
Lot Blk D Mar.ahaUt ..... .
the 8 Ul ft of the bill II .
B. O. 5.r. J.18.. H.Ifol. .
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W1I4 of the H 111 1 pee.
nonD. Plat Oeorftana .. ... 111 ..,.
ft .< part na la Book Pate, II.. t Nola Rsrring '01. .... Lot t elk u .
O.R.1 paco 471.. t Frank IMIHXlit Walker. llll 11.14 0Jt. .. ... 111RMtewood
roster 11.11 Lot 4 Bib 1 .f Lot Lot 4 Blk E: Lying E: DIv. ....
Fart of Lot F Blk 1 blk 5as rso I. 010Rd.u ro*. n ..
107 a. roo la OR. 0.11. TI pats 111I. Deed Book M pep "/ 11 O.P. Jey .a.

41 pegs 47* Palmer 0. berrlan LD, 114 Marshal .BA Lot 1 Ilk 7 It.d. ,.. AUIo'"r Ill ,
Ferrla Tract... Mid tab Plat Broil 1 pats PM t 0.... GeerctaaB.Walker wood Div lee. 11 4
H/mtt 10 lilt llll II .,............. TrulII,. t.. .. 11* .... 0. K
A Lot lying between C huroA I .i' Part of Lot 1* Bit.4 ? :y I. 1101 51st/
Bonv'nturo ft Idle Xlop.tS .f I a* no In
:4 Lot Blk. 1 r psi.In .
wild ATOO a* roe la ,. I Orin Christ' Ill II." pan Ml Bta.oro.f.I OnnnParkKlndarvardon 0.15. Np.n 101Rldtewood
O.K 17 Zags 117Pllmer A Lot II A II n : DIK lea
In Bib I of Lot I lao TIM ......
Tract .... .. ..... K. P. "1'-.. tttl 11.11 SBIkl/un.ln of Lot tt a* no 1Ol.. BrNeon Co .1/1 1.1.
A betwMB Deed Book II pats in OR. 1pa n 114A .,
Sonvietu 1A IIIk1
..... 111 r. 0. Iarran lit ma !r Ol. .. Or*nn ParkLand 1Illd1vwood j
wild Av.. at ro IBin ..0.. Plat book I '1. \' Co. llll IT IT
O R.IIea1I PacoIt Pots a. ... ....... B."Jaml. Ut 1 ft PI of Lot I 11' 10..?. A. N. 1Ga5 111 (15.//
Per. Tna.r... 11.11 Ilk 1 a* ..... InOJt Pertofikll.IIA
rig Tract ii.jti'i' R. P. "1'm.. ..... Part .r Lot 1 BIll : .... M pact BM sea I/ lying 1111 01 ad.1M .
A Lot 14 : 1se roe in Deed tOP.Ut Ray E. Payn HIM 111.ITBXMtt en n. 1ft 0.S.
NW nor tl ....dr. Book If pegs IfsNA. IUd
lot a* n. In Deed \ Oran CcvsSprings. I a* lie In OJt oo dDIn1 1s.. 1 I

Book No. II Pac .......... R.nry B.". 11 pan Gets 0/U 0". Carroll W I
44t Palmer ft F.,- net Heirs llItdl Mammoth W..cllltor 11114 ....U.
rl* Tract Jfola Barring IM It.ItL. Port .r Lot 1 Ilk I O.P. Robert A.Hatcker. PortoiLoal& $ '
Lot 4 1 'lt'iiD tt .. sow I. Doe< Port IMI ITI IIEd. u 0.11. i
Plat Book I Pat Booll 75 pass 451NI. of Let t M 055.a :., ;

11 Haadrlpk lit TIT Or.. On. Deed look Dlv,1oo,11. A MI, I..te Romeo .
Let .i'n"t B/D ." ..... F ...... Noise 81.rl. I" L/{ ., 3,1.,. ..... .... 15.51

Plat Book 1 Pac* A Lot 14tlit ci : MoDowtf IM t.II Ion ::OU' .... In

It a* Fee la O.R. II side ., Lot I I ** ree ta OJt. Patp.11w5..kd Sp /
Kc. 41 Pace 114.. K. .. Pield$55 1171 Sib 11 In Lie pan M.* PM. | HXMOtMarrteB v. lee. "
Part .f Lot It Do. MAW b lend of Ol .P0 aJa=r4 L.

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I. ait. N.Pose\ RR A I Ar DeildOni Part ot Ut 44 u .... o>1. II panN A
Fred Battle 111lt .< Springs .N 1M ..
11 011 Ridpwsod \\Y
7.SASBlkIIIdIewlld 11.1. IaN010p ,
Lot Bole Aoering Jet A.*to lit I.TlMa ass' II .P ?

Park Plat Part .f Lot 1 Bill Lot I Ilk.u.. ft rY r.\ 111' 11,11'Port

Book t Pace II ftII 1N rea I. Deo4 Ol FUbM 1111 'Ml cot Lo II u roe.In .
......... r..... Co r. Turner lit T IT Book II pegs 111et I penN
L.4BIk11opp.1 Do"tut Book rN illq Sn Lot I ilk l at re*. toOR Riel i.w.:2 DiY. ....
I. O.R No. 17 M pan M PM. k W
Pace :... arson SOP: Mid Btato 'J1'nLot. ir. 14.l1
114 JdUwlId Parll."I'n. W. Dole 11$4.11 = ILII .
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N A U Ridge.wood
Blk 41 A LoU SAI
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Book II pep II pan Jeltp 111 1111
Park Plat 8y1o1)orret .
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Book I Pave It ftIt .. WTrMalrnama. 111 11... II Ns. : ""ill. rIlI II. .. V.k.... N .../

.a ............... Herbert HBeberl ...
Bender III 11.1$ LoJD: 1.,llet t t t Let J. Blk II PM. iB tlll.lII. UI h".llIba uLtd''

IRriGtA Lot Ilk It NJh C' Wfclle.bead. Fellowship Pork I
Lot 4 Blk It Ham. Orson Cove ."..1." . Jr. Tit II14Claude 0. I. .1I11ft. INt/
mono SIB Plat teCooo..r 111 .... all ft ef Lot t ftW Loa 1 A $ Ik. III i

Book 1 Patr l/... Robert LeaAiwabirc 1u rot le Deal MM ft ot Ut 1* Fellowship' rK H .f; .//l/k r1 iNt/'
1M IT.IIR Book If page ltd Ilk. 11 oe*. I OP, O.Bentlty. Lot II Ilk III 7e$. ,
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Lean 1 1 Glk 1Iu. Q Rhkling N LIFelow.hp /
la O.R. No 4 Pac Sprlnte. .......... Dsrottv Ut t Blk. M at no.BiSpMp III
III HaralKOBI SID MIlrkell I"/ 1111 Poe '
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Plat Book 1 Pace Part .r Lot RIll Lo A I
1,1..w.. Gee,.. W. IursoleletDI. I >...,, ; Pork U'A. /
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Book 1 Paco II .. R. Dyal., lilt IT.ITTkad ..,. II .... I tee. I OP. Ranr JBredleyL..'" 77111 Lot 1 Ilk 111 r51Iowehlp .

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B U"t o* Lot5 Ms. OR. Lons IIIIAIIIlk.IN .
INA Orson 441 pan
111kt B/D Plat Hamllteaa Book 1 COY'pore Sprlege .. .. T. !. : ..,. Ml Holly Point r*> ;Nawihlp I Pink A. r. We5t t// 1.11'Lot.

: Pace IIot ... .. .... Croaley. tltt II.ITEmllya I" 11,11 plot tee. t OP. ..... I A I Bill. .b .
I Rlk T aa re Port ef Lot JllkIt Lot 14 ilk C R.dwlns111 .lIo.'lp Perk Clsoks ..,.. I" Lt/
I" O.K. No II a. roo I. 0.1\ Holly Less I A 1 11111. W ,
Point r.-pal *e*. I
No' II eece l5 N AOre.
Pose.1 AI. ". ,,0n4 'lftlo.'I Pork Wlllu Boies u. LT1'
E Or... GOTO Bprlac : COY, .pI... M1(00.:: .: lea 1111 11.11 OP Javl"" l .IMI lots I A 4 RIk, qlf '
Arrant lltt lit IIB. Ibw hip. Perk w.
Lot II Blk B
4 ., Lot I BIll TIreiB Les Ie liD Si Lot HOUI
Point Holly Point .1111.111' III U.
Cove Springs F All'''. ItttHX Oisoliltve: :. :: D. A. Boyd U" II." OP r* plat Development Let 10 Ilk III P.I .
son Heir Ittt III.II C lOot llllHXMOt lownhl n. A. rl.... It 1.111)
._ of Lot I Blk" f IWt4 el Leo l Ilk, NII1 lot / : ;' 'r... ti
a* ...* la OK N*. Orson Cove helotiS01N.Hotly f lowshl Puk 1 I. K. IlopYlp It .....
.. I
111 IilIIV4
it Pate 481 Urinetprtnt. Ipolnp Aua .wart I OP RobertC White, LoI 11111. MS r... .

.,-.. .rneetlne. IL.It d Lot I 1111I. N.t. I bead. Jr. 'i0LII ;.a-t'glar' : r Wm Ja'u: It 1,11'
.JlW.. ? 1111 U'.II . pl a l/a Part ef Lot M ee .... Pole
.t I W 4* ft of Orson Cev. Sprtnp D m i In D" M pen 434 4 ,low hrp Park N. r. Ponders 11.11
lxtl 4 Blk 11 OreeaCoire 0 .. III LtlPert ... DJN Lo / RIk, n/ r.5.
pt. ree In /
[ Bprlnc ..... E. Oetbrle I11.11 dLotiIIkN I 11 Perk ate ..
pen 04, penMt. .i"lt 10 ....
of Lot I Silk II se ... In Deed Pt pen tots / ISIS' 17.
I ae roe In OH. No.H look N pan 41115.Ore. 011. 111 PO" 11.. ,.110..111, Park n. U. Ihlllli 110 .."
Pace 111 0.... .. c... /pran llama Lao II _.. NI .II _n I t01 ..... US P.1.
I Cote fprlace .. .. Will Fadcott lilt 11.74 r....' III U7 U A it pato 1000*. ; ..; bw.hl..p '., I.
Pert of Lot T Blk MM J4Widort
4e1Lot/ALet B.rlho 1/ 1,11Iowihip
no. In Deed
I I Wilson "/0 ./ Melrower 1100 11.11MOR. 1.04BIM MI r.a.
Book 44 41 N a
pan Part of Lot M .. Park
I N part of Blk It Green Con fprtnn Jennnle LeoPertofLottBlkJ. roe n. I. Dennis 11,11
[ ae rc In n.n. No. Kooo '" T' *MpecMaee 101. to 1A II 11111.IUI .
I It Pace II Once N IOP. '. ... K Tente.Trutlt P.Ilownhlp. Part 11. n. iidrr 111 '..01Lo
I Cars Bprlnc .-.., ItttltX : ? III ..T' ,. 5 A 1 11111. N
Part of I
11.1 "
Lltle Kenaey lit at
t 4 BIb II aa TO* Book M pan 171Na In lit: 171 =. I'' I 141.111 M'ddlabll"' 1. W, SIY.i.
In aK. No 17 Pegs Bprinc*Green 0., 1I..r\ lit .... Ml to*. IOP, William B.BluPbt. t0a I AI I 11111. 1 S usln .. LIIof

II prlac* Ortea* .... .Cove. ,.. tlt.t'1'" : Margsnt1.1t1511 /114f.of1115W111 Lot B ... Weet 5 II ft lilt IIIIIGeortlana 5 N R. a .,.... 111Fh.lp. Inn
.n .
$111 net ridI0/1Silt. II ceo. 4 0 P.
aa .... In OR. J40 B a D .1 1St 0'".,. T.
104' t r tAte Bib II Orson Uta M ree. In O R. Welk., III IMI 111 1,11
Frank Howard lo1.11
Orson Coil Springs Cow 10140 lava lIMa 4 -pr M ft M Pert fI' Let r roe.

t. 1 *. 4 Hlk 41 llome. Ito Ill Tl, 41 471 . O.P In nil" It pod.ON .
pete cot .
Orson Cove "prmctI Calvin. WUeos 44* H.tJeaaaetl Part of Lot I RIlL tl w r nxioti Klnlnay II.." rt.

I art ef BIll II a* re. .. no. In0.0114 Part of Ut n a* reIn Merlin Jr Itt ..... OrllfliIn (111 nUt
la t>*.4 Bock II pen NI os- rt r.. Deed Book tl Ptn toI lot so rso,.
legs 144 Borden pen Ml ae*. 4 OP. 0" g II pigs "
Oak ft ./IJ PlatBook Harry HMartin. Xln....' Kennel A.

I Pegs II.. cowCarrie Tkoma Pert of Ut U lying lilt lllllltrry 1I" .1111 14,11let.
Lco li1.11 N of R R. Aaron limit'
Beott II* nil at pee. MIn II
'art ef Loft Blk It OR ftt pat ... A II 1 111 lorrnIue 74.5.. 111 1.11nalriun

Smith Plat ., Let .<. )* ...* In NW 4Meo, 4 OP. .rnn Smiths
II Blk It Bkaa.e eor Na Groan Siva II.t 1It1 t7+omu A.

Plat aa roe la O.R.No. Cove Springs Nolan IltrrleC II* ,." o.P54 A N N/ Mnrlln 111 "II Iarkln 111 1.11In
14 Pet. 141 Lot I 11111. 10 e.IJ,nln.I
North '.. o". Lota t ftB,Dot Lot IfMerlin. I 41 M..ntskN
Ore. Cote apriaceIir Meals Loeketl 1145111 RIlL 11 a* .... In Lot M *M. 4 0 P.ree lilt III 47 t tp 1Y.l ...t.ndingsown
:' ....* ft .f Let OR.: 1I pagN Harry HMartin. ate to Sealenna
1 HIS. IN a OreoaCeTe N B Croon Core5p'l Port 01 IM 101 lilt II ITRoberlO SlrueS r sow.
Springs ... .. .....rt 11..1.1115111 .. "1'. J. Aldtrmea. 1114 I4K In OR JH r| M (IN MM psl.111AI1IP..k.SD..

8H of Lot 4 Blk IINm Lot t ft t Elk 41 M J. HXMOt pan 434 tee 4 OPN pot 114$1,11 Il a1 ItarO.

Orson COTOBprlac Green Con Bprtnc K." E.: Cat tttl lit 11 1I..141h MO II....
.54 Lata N Perd 101 1
.. ,. .. Wllber Law.aea ;! 1 1111. N
lit tilIt I Iobt,1/.Nlli 0 j. w rN In Deal
I* Blk q ......... a JM tit i n ......11 N pan lot .
of Let 1AK4: >4 of Nik of Lola n...
Plot Plot Book IPt LD tl 1 W
W.'''. .
ef Let I lilt It .. I M ee re*. In Hoe, 111 11.11.
NUn Na Or... Wllber. Laweea Itt 11.1)Lw&t1.SAN 35RA I1 peg LotIsisNApailo
Cove Sprigs .. .. IM4HX ft 441 ee*. rJ';. WI) d NW'. w
w, R. Hall 14* It7lEll'BAaetla ot Lot 1.t.. part "' r... In Sinai ik..k

lx* I lilt I* .* part ... In Deed Book t e*' pert n*. Ina 501 1111 170 r-e. 4a 11 Ae
to Chsre\ NJk I** pan M Blk W in 0. R ok* *T, r pan Ill Ar.
Gre.n Cone fprlacelx W soonlaw.. II" It.11 attend Plat Flat re&Ut 4t pacee B D II III New kin...., BeeehMe.

Book 1 pen I Wllber 13*. U pa' sIIANNpsi.IN I IMt lilT.
Lever. 141 IT II 1 II
>ie i A. 4 .. part Rlk' /.r l..t II A 14

r.. la 0 R. No. II Ut iISlk* Pa Pal MXhand M pace MO, M pen Uke a_.. Alll .... |l.tRulhM 11,11
penII Bib. 11 Baa t papal m It pile tan 4**. !U4 I Ilk I, ae re InIB
Nertk Habarbe B A P, tea ttt 111 II ...e ... M pact ( e* pen IM
Gr... CeTe aprtageL Wilts La. $4.11 Ldn81\SXuree. III M pete ,, lot Uke JaweTO A P...
as to O R. */ pen 1TMtande iy
MC* 4*. ae eel 1.ln. between
t I .. B 41 ft Bill Ptet. Plat
bo, lot pecM M ft Uke Ittlv A lobe
Tot Silt/$1f1III Book I pan Donald W. 141 11 peiet IM A. Genev Cry*

7 .' I; : ll HX """* IM '." IH. III pi.. 1* O ANp.gela,57pail Dial I1$3.15
6n..Cs.Sprigs UtelftlBlkVX
: ..... I A tl Rlk IT
Heir* It.IIMarcaret ....*... ...... put lobs (
I 0 ft of Let I. Rlk Met I pen I ......,. IV;. pan 141 -*. t teneraUte ft T Rlk, IIBlrtoklemlt Emily: Arrant III Iff

II at roe la I)edIb Uar..' I... MMPlat. 1:4: M.r>*wir tit llllITI ...-. Oener Asses B
k lk Paa-o ** UtllB-BBRhMd. Pert of Lot t M re*. Bry4 II* 4.11
H a Qrtea Con Pal Boa I In Deal Rank 14 1pan I Ute I* ft II "Ik Q
*, . . De,- ...-. Hilleroit. liD 1. .,.
nce .. I M ee*. I OP, ** Icing IM ITI
Acne ..
T. I.
pea II* MTAaal T lit III Aanl .... Ut I* Rlk. U Ray.
II puke MX w lie.
.11ACttn.f I M OR Pert of Let I ee na, 'ft Uem.lBotnern tit Hone rMatiMUt Merr ....1.' Itt ILII
o IN/t.fI.4t let BMMdo /rn 101 0.. JO...,. MUt 14 Part ef Let
.HU. II NA% Greene .. .... 0 P. It aik M toOR
I ee re*
BerfleU IM till *
Pn ,. IteleaBepply
| . ef Lot I ft I .. t .*. Lot I. t, I .* pert re*. In Corp. Itt MlIt III* W. If

nik II ae re* la wu ot Let* : ft 4.N D..d Mea n pan I IS...,..,. Ittt
(' a No. 11 pace to n. of W .*. ft OR M pet MXMMfUberl La I*. II ft II Blk Mr ITIIIP

'" N nreea 1011 M NiI. 111 Be*. 0 P. x. nM Ifte, fie.Ul 0
,. j.... .... RkktrdTeC'IM ef ",ltn. let .71 rd.ttug 117.It
( tit 1111Ift5Wlien Gate wow" Ut I at re* hi OftM I Blk I ramaeulPerk
Ernaat: TI"... It1.11 pete Ml liD MreK
., ...... ... U A H *.. of Lot ? X 4. .
Let IA expert "* | IM UllLatlue
; part lots It AMBIk. U P. $4.I A. pt 01.*.*
asIp.. I Blkll Gotden Cot. Manor E'Biel Jeae 1144 1441 4 A. 11 P-lk II
la f>**4 Knot: Tlpelea It* MlBlk. Loot 4 M roe M OR. e*
'. .kt II pave III . II ... Let L .. .47 pice 41 liDof sow M05 ** pin.
II Pert .. Ut M Ukevtew Mlf*
Pace 147 N-a. L t Ctlden If
Pass Ce Springs Jo* ra. eg 14* ILIIB Got* 05: m" ..a Be*. I 0 r, 1I.'t. lendeB,D Corp. lilt IU7IJeeepk
L.1IIenrw In OR.
Lot 1 I Itiltt Mk I n* .la. Ut I Mtltyn. Trl- 1'1.' ."* MXIMIeacle Uf f1to a 'M 35 d ... WIIII.111$ q/l I pee t aw/d edit*.

.la Deed Beet ..*. I OP. ......, A I la n. 01 Loot IIr tIoooa Mencln. 111 III

... te. KJL ......... II44I tlt.ltNew roe M Deal U4 tl Ri 4 addtttenM Frank M,1rnlgN MJBOenaM
"'.. 9Jordan.. Lot I lUlL t W of .555 57 I7t
Cot. .prt... Mn .. Ia 14 .'11, I
A.aMenu&. Two A**. ft See or. ClereaeoJekeee ee ree In OR. 41
A. ... Rokla Viet pert of C* efUt lltl
..5 IN14.10 14 W ot Le4 Ivs.0" .lass L i *. GIn llMre 1144Oeace I r.i g.Ma UBiwrtM hAI100
I" ', F.Pleeber.
f Let 1111k POlItI .. In OR 1 psisIM
1 sor..aDad : ; CMttoe L Pone NxaOBe .. It* till
5V r1 Pop 14* *. tOP. Lots / A / Bill I
rest **"" LU Park
Park B, 0
nreea COTO U4.,4UA--t Harry a Otis le5.u
Uad t*. Ittt 1444
lPri.g. .. Wtllam tl. p.rtdLeIsAII 1.A 01 w.4 01 Lot Int.NAN515,1sopn.

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V *.* '. OIL MI.oLeISSB. .... n pane Ill ter.rho

Ana./Je..i' IT* 4 e. .... to De 4 .... 0.. J.1e II Poll: I II l> La N Buekma lit IMt

.r ..., lID Bee* *t P04. MOP.Be S..las 114IT IIMl Pail ef Ferm 41 r
x.. *. I Let M Blk I r re.. sow.hi00.M
"k OrZea o L pa n
n na M OR M pen tttRMfewoo lee Uwerona IM
c e Bprtac* :: Joans.:. 110 illS Ut 1 Blk B MarI INN U".II *) l*. Boa.I Co. I/D 0.1140

L: .. .t lllli ...... D. ee* I Mill IOP OP. Br*<. ""1.. tl* 1loSolK INN 1111Tin !
J.- .f WOBMCCJaao toII0* Inn.
1 Mklt
aa ,.. Collector. Car Coaatf
I. X>**4 Book t 14** 1HII aoa.13m4 B. Wela.O.lger

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1 Outsells All Others In ,: ;S: N :?+ p y ,} Yi

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.. 'FIRST in New Car Sales in 'Seven Months! :':;

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It's I "In 1 The 0 focial. I Records !.I'. ,, h.. Clayton CLAYTON Revels REVELS Chrysler-Plymouth, President, Inc. .

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"' "" has been first, in volume,. sales in this county for over'sixI"

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MOREPLYMOUTHS SAVE!' during t our May SaleFury I '65s I

Valiant FURY



HIGHWAYS [l200J] Cars to Choose From] BARRACUDA


I I NO BODY undersells Clayton Revels

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HERE'S HOW PLYMOUTH'S STRONG WARRANTY PROTECTS YOU:Chrysler Corporation warrants for ft years or 80.000 mn...whichever come lint.against defects In
materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motor Corporation Authorized Dealers place of bustncM the tncln block bead and Infernal parts.Intake '
manifold,water pump, transmission case and Internal'parta (excluding manual clutch),torque converter,drive shaft, universal Joints mr axle and Uffreatla], and rear
"'heel.bearln..of Its 1965 automobiles, provided the ow ner has the engine OH changed every 3 months or 4,000 miles,whicherer cones tint the oil filter replaced every second .
oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every .months sad replaced every 2 years and every 1 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of
the required service, and requests the de&1er0 certify ID receipt of such evidence and (2) the car's then current mileage.

I, Clayton Revels Chrysler-Ply mouth, Inc. .


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